DML Morning Briefing, Nov. 10
By Ryan Lynch

Today is November 10. Below are some of the stories grabbing headlines this morning. I hope you share this briefing as doing so will make you the smartest person in the room.

1.Conservative Latinos blast suggestion Spanish language ‘disinformation’ helped DeSantis win: ‘Trusty trope’
FoxNewsConservative Latinos blasted Jen Psaki for referencing Spanish language “disinformation” just ahead of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis,’ R., re-election victory Tuesday night.

A majority of Latino voters supported DeSantis in his resounding win over Democrat Charlie Crist. The Republican won 55% of the Puerto Rican vote, and 50% of all the other Latino voters in the state of Florida, according to NBC. He notably won the historically blue Miami-Dade County, which marked the first time in 20 years that the county chose a Republican for governor.

Psaki, the former White House press secretary turned MSNBC pundit, cautioned her Twitter followers to keep in mind that the “Latino vote is not the same everywhere” shortly before DeSantis and fellow Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio easily won their races.

Ryan Lynch: DeSantis gained their vote through policies people want but the left doesn’t want to give the credit.

2.‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ aims to break box office records this weekend
CNBCDisney’s latest entrant in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” is on pace for a stellar theatrical debut this weekend, with box office analysts suggesting it could outpace the $185 million average forecast and top $200 million in domestic ticket sales.

The long-awaited sequel to 2018′s smash hit “Black Panther” isn’t just another Marvel film. It is a memorial to the late actor Chadwick Boseman, who starred in the first film, and a celebration of diversity, which could amplify ticket sales.

The release could be a boon for theater operators, which have struggled with a thin slate of releases this year. AMC Entertainment
, the world’s largest movie theater operator, this week reported another quarterly loss as expenses for film exhibition and rent outweighed ticket and concession sales.

Ryan Lynch: Will you be going to see Black Panther this weekend?

3.October inflation report likely to show consumer prices increased again
FoxNews–A high-stakes inflation report due Thursday is expected to show the fight to wrestle stubbornly high consumer prices under control has a long way to go.

The Labor Department is releasing the highly anticipated consumer price index (CPI) report Thursday morning, providing a fresh look at how hot inflation ran in October.

Economists expect the gauge, which measures a basket of goods, including gasoline, health care, groceries and rent, to show that prices rose 0.6% from the previous month — up from the 0.4% reading in September. On an annual basis, inflation is projected to have climbed by 8%.

The report is likely to show underlying momentum in inflation as home and rent prices march higher. Core prices, which exclude the more volatile measurements of food and energy, are expected to climb 0.5% from the previous month and 6.5% from the same time last year.

Ryan Lynch: Inflation unfortunately isn’t going anywhere for quite some time.

4.MSNBC’s Katy Tur suggests Fetterman could run for president: ‘Makes you wonder about his future’
FoxNewsMSNBC host Katy Tur speculated on Wednesday that Pennsylvania Senator-Elect John Fetterman could run for the presidency someday.

Fetterman’s victory against Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz provided Democrats a flipped Senate seat on Tuesday, in which several MSNBC panelists praised him for bringing new leadership tactics to the Democratic Party.

Tur floated the viability of, “Fetterman, as a nominee at some point for president,” before later going on to say that his record for surpassing President Biden and former President Trump’s vote share in the state.

Ryan Lynch: I guess the left loves incompetent puppets to be their presidents now.

5.Elon Musk ends remote working for Twitter staff and tells them to prepare for ‘difficult times ahead’ in his first direct email to employees since taking over
DailyMailIn the email he also announced he was banning working from home, expecting workers in the office at least 40 hours a week.

The hours are subject to conditions approved by him as the new head of Twitter.

He said: ‘The road ahead is arduous and will require intense work to succeed.’

Policies mentioned in last night’s email are effective immediately.

It is his latest warning to his new staff just days after he sacked almost half the company’s global workforce of about 7,500.

Ryan Lynch: I think it’s great Musk is having Twitter employees return to the office to work towards a better Twitter.

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