The Daybreak Insider Podcast is a rundown of the day's top stories hosted by Mike Scott, with top notch reporting and sharp insight and analysis from the resources of SRN News, Townhall.com, and the Salem Radio Network.
Ukraine Attacks the Crimean Bridge Connecting Russia to Annexed Territory. Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal Retracts a Statement Where She Claimed Israel is a Racist State. Ford Cuts Prices of its EV F-150 Lightning by Nearly $10,000
John Kirby Says the Secret Service “Did the best they could” to Find Source of Cocaine in White House. FBI Director Chris Wray is Unaware of Why the FBI’s Reputation Tanked. Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio discusses the weaponization of the FBI.The Biden Administration Forgives $39 Billion Worth of Student Loans
Biden and Zelenskyy Meet at the NATO Summit and Senator James Langford of Oklahoma weighs in on the war in Ukraine. Jim Jordan Questions FBI Director Chris Wray About FBI Targeting Americans and Senator Marsha Blackburn discusses what she feels is a two-tier justice system in America. Plus, A Suburb of Chicago Has Begun Handing Out Reparations Payments.
NATO Declines Ukraine’s Membership Until Requirements are Met. The Whistleblower Who Accused President Biden of Corruption Has Been Indicted by the DOJ. Bank of America Is Ordered to Pay Over $150 Million in Penalties
In a Surprise Move, Turkey Backs Sweden’s Bid to Join NATO. House Judiciary Committee Reveals the FBI was Working to Censor Americans on Social Media. Yellen says the US Might Respond to China’s tech export curbs. Miles Yu is a senior fellow and director of the China Center at Hudson Institute and he joins the Daybreak Insider to take a deeper look at Yellen's Trip to China.
Biden Agrees to Send Cluster Bombs to Ukraine and Says the Embattled Country Isn’t Ready for NATO Membership. The White House Dodges Questions About Biden’s Illegitimate Granddaughter. Janet Yellen Claims Progress in US-China Relations During Her Trip to Beijing.
Belarus's President Says Wagner Group Leader Prigozhin Has Returned to Russia. Hunter Biden’s Lawyers Attempt to Discredit the IRS Whistleblowers. Political consultant and author Peter Schweizer explains why the IRS Whistleblowers should be believed. Meta Launches Threads, a Competitor to Twitter and Musk Threatens a Lawsuit.
Calls Are Growing for Congress to Send the US Military to Deal with Mexican Drug Cartels. The Biden Administration Launches Its Plan B to Cancel Student Loan Debt and Attorney Caleb Kruckenberg of Pacific Legal Foundation joins the Daybreak Insider to discuss the Supreme Court's ruling on Student Loan Debt and President Biden's Plan B. Plus, A Potential Strike Looms for the Shipping Giant, UPS.
Suspected Cocaine is Found at the White House and is Allegedly Tied To Hunter Biden. The Wall Street Journal's Kimberly Strassel discusses the alleged corruption surrounding the Biden family. New Polling Shows That Most Americans Agree with the Supreme Court’s Recent Decisions and Congressman Jim Jordan explains the importance of a constitutionally minded Supreme Court. Plus, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Heads to China.
American Farmers Raise the Alarm on China Buying US Farmland. Brandon Weichart, the author of "Biohacked: China's Race to Control Life" dives into the CCP's Strategy to Take on America. AOC Rails Against the Supreme Court and Accuses Justice Thomas of Disrespecting Justice Brown-Jackson and Judge Amul Thapar of 6th Circuit Court of Appeals and Author of the New Book, "The People's Justice: Clarence Thomas and the Constitutional Stories that Define Him" joins the Daybreak Insider Podcast to discuss the Supreme Court Ruling on affirmative action and stories about Justice Thomas that few people know. Elon Musk Announces Temporary Read Limits on Twitter.
The Supreme Court Strikes Down Affirmative Action on College Campuses and Virginia Governor Glenn Younkin weighs in. Stoneman Douglas High Schools’ Ex-School Resource Officer is Found Not Guilty on All Counts. Bed, Bath & Beyond will Live On as Overstock Dot Com Acquires the Bankrupt Retailer.
In a Strange Twist, the Leader of the Wagner Group Reportedly Wanted to Kidnap Two Top Russian Generals. Republicans and Democrats Team Up To Create Transparency Around China Buying US Farmland. Congressman Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin discusses the problems with foreign governments buying American farms. Biden Travels to Chicago Touting His “Bidenomics” But Only 34 Percent of Americans Approve of His Handling of the Economy.
Russia drops charges against Prigozhin and Those Who Took Part in the Brief Rebellion. Retired Colonel Cedric Leighton of the USAF, joins the Daybreak Insider Podcast to help us make sense of the mutiny in Russia. Another WhatsApp Message Emerges That Allegedly Points to the 'Bidens'. Washington Examiner's Chief Political Correspondent weighs in on the Senate's call for a special counsel. Bud Light offers $15 beer rebates for Fourth of July weekend amid declining sales and author Mollie Hemmingway shares her thoughts on the beer giant's declining sales.
Wagner Paramilitary Group Attempts Coup in Russia and Negotiates Exit for Leader Prigozhin to Belarus. Reporters Pepper Karine Jean-Pierre with Questions About Biden’s Business Dealings. The Bank for International Settlements Issues a Warning on the World Economy.
The DOJ Convicts First Group of Individuals Involved in Spying, Stalking for the CCP and the Heritage Foundation's James Carafano talks about why he feels the US is so weak on China. Testimony Before the House Ways and Means Committee Reveals That Attempts to Charge Hunter Biden in 2022 Were Denied. New York Post Columnist Michael Goodwin explains why in his opinion, the deal Hunter Biden received stinks. 3M Announces a Settlement of $10.3 Billion in the ‘Forever Chemicals’ Lawsuit
Biden Calls Chinese President Xi Jingping a Dictator. Brandon Weichart, a Geopolitical Analyst and author of "Bio-Hacked" discusses what he feels are the failures of the Biden Administration's Foreign Policy. House Republicans Vote to Censure Adam Schiff. The FTC Sues Amazon over Deceptive Practices for Prime Services
Hunter Biden to Avoid Jail Time in Plea Deal. Donald Trump’s Trial Date is Set for August 14, 2023 and Congressman Jim Jordan weighs in on what he feels is a two-tiered justice system. And, Will the Rate Hike Pause Help Home Buyers?
Blinken Meets with President Xi Jinping and Immediately States US Does Not Support Taiwan Independence. Military affairs analyst, retired Lieutenant Colonel Robert Maginnis explains what the meeting means for America moving forward. Congressman Jim Jordan Wants the IRS to Explain Reports of an Agent Using a False Name to Intimidate an Ohio Taxpayer. Congressman Jim Jordan discusses the bureaucratic overreach from the IRS. Anheuser-Busch Executive Admits They Need to Understand Their Customers Better