Morning Briefing: May 22

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BY TEAM DML / MAY 22, 2020 /

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Good morning from DML!  Today is May 22, and the stories below are catching headlines. I’ll be commenting on these stories in a quick Facebook Live before 9am today at www.Facebook.com/DMLNewsApp.

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1. 75-year-old care home patient brutally beaten in attack caught on video.
Fox News reports: A shocking video surfacing Thursday showed a 75-year-old Michigan care home patient being beaten in a brutal, bloody attack.

The graphic video shows a younger man, who authorities said was a 20-year-old patient of the same facility, relentlessly punching the elderly man in his face, dozens of times – both while the elderly man is lying on a bed and while he is seated. Detroit police believe the incident occurred May 15, during a nursing home lockdown that remains in effect because of the coronavirus, the station reported.

 DML: This guy needs his balls cut off.

2. Pakistan International Airlines passenger plane crashes in Karachi.
BBC reports a Pakistan International Airlines plane has crashed in Karachi on a flight from Lahore, aviation officials say.

Flight PK8303, which was carrying around 91 passengers and eight crew, was flying from Lahore to Jinnah International Airport, one of Pakistan’s busiest airports. The cause of the crash is yet to be confirmed. PIA chief executive Air Vice Marshal Arshad Malik said the pilot had told traffic control that the plane was experiencing “technical difficulties”.

DML: Pakistan? Plane crash? Smells to me. Either, God bless the victims.

3. CDC acknowledges mixing up coronavirus testing data.
The Hill reports: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) acknowledged Thursday that it is combining the results from viral and antibody COVID-19 tests when reporting the country’s testing totals, despite marked differences between the tests.

Viral tests — commonly referred to as PCR tests as most of them use a process known as polymerase chain reaction — are used by health professionals to determine whether or not a person is currently infected with the disease.

Antibody, or serology, tests serve a different purpose. Unlike viral tests that are taken by nose swab or saliva sample, antibody tests examine a person’s blood to see if their immune system has created antibodies to combat COVID-19.Health experts say combining the tests limits the agency’s ability to discern the country’s actual testing capacity.

DML:  How did America get so dumb?  Lets get it together already.  We can put a man on the moon but not create a test?  Come on!

4. Identity released of terrorist who attacked Texas Naval base.
CNN reports the deceased suspect in Thursday’s shooting at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi in Texas was a 20-year-old male named Adam Alsahli of Corpus Christi, according to two law enforcement sources familiar with the ongoing investigation.

Alsahli drove to an entrance at the naval station and shot a security forces member in the chest, hitting the guard in her bulletproof vest and inflicting non-life-threatening injuries, according to one of the sources. Alsahli then accelerated towards the gate entrance and crashed into a barrier. After exiting the vehicle, he began shooting, and was shot and killed by naval security forces.

Alsahli is reported to be a U.S. resident who was born in Syria. Investigators have discovered a number of social media accounts believed to be associated with Alsahli, in which he expresses support for ISIS and Al Qaeda.

DML: There’s more to this story.  Stay tuned.

5. California doctors say they’ve seen more deaths from suicide than coronavirus since lockdowns.
The Washington Examiner reports doctors in Northern California say they have seen more deaths from suicide than they’ve seen from the coronavirus during the pandemic.

“The numbers are unprecedented,” Dr. Mike deBoisblanc of John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, California, told ABC 7 News about the increase of suicide deaths adding that he’s seen a “year’s worth of suicides” in the last four weeks alone.

DeBoisblanc said he believes it’s time for California officials to end the stay-at-home order and let people back out into their communities.

DML: Lockdowns don’t work!  Unless of course you are looking for people to lose everything, including the once healthy immune system they had.  Look, the country needs to open 100%, and eventually it will.  But you can’t be a victim.  Get that immune system rocking like the rest of us.  And by the way, I made a huge announcement last night to piss off every competitor in the CBD business.  I am now selling you DML CBD at wholesale prices.  Check it out at DMLcbd.com/bulk

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1 Comment

  1. Deborah May 22nd, 2020 at 10:30 am

    Dennis – Why isn’t Facebook querying all the accounts for instances of ISIS, Al Qaeda, etc and shut down their accounts after sending all the info the SOMEONE who WILL DO something about it???!!!

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