News Roundup & Comment | December 1, 2023

News Roundup & Comment | December 1, 2023


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From Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to the far corners of the globe, Crosstalk brings news items to listeners each Friday to keep you informed.  Here’s a sample of what was shared this week:

–Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited Israel seemingly in part to push for an extension of the Israel/Hamas cease-fire.  Since that time, rockets fired by Hamas triggered an end to this week-long pause.  Fighting resumed after Israel accused Hamas of violating the truce agreement.  After Hamas began firing rockets into southern Israel, the Israel Defense Forces resumed bombing in Gaza City.   

–According to an Iranian official, Hamas has only used 10-12% of its military arsenal so far in the war against Israel.

–Roni Kriboy managed to escape from terrorists who held him hostage in the Gaza Strip, but ordinary Gazans returned him to his captors.

–Hamas terrorists kidnapped children and were trained to create a specific sign on their bodies.  They would put one of the legs of the child on a hot motorcycle exhaust creating a “brand” on their bodies.  This mark would help identify them if they attempted to escape.     

–Israeli President Isaac Herzog told “X” owner Elon Musk that his platform needed to do more to fight and combat anti-Jewish hate as Musk visited Israel on a goodwill visit.

–Tuesday evening the House voted to reaffirm Israel’s right to exist.

–Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (who is Jewish) ripped the political left in a speech from the Senate floor Wednesday over its overt antisemitism in the days following the October 7th attack.  Jim provided audio from the speech.

–Far left extremist Greta Thunberg is facing backlash after she was captured chanting, “Crush Zionism,” at a recent pro-Palestinian rally in Sweden.

–Thousands of people gathered in the streets of London to partake in a march against antisemitism.  

–A United Airlines pilot has been removed from service with pay after posting dozens of messages on Facebook expressing support for Hamas in the aftermath of their barbaric assault on Israel on October 7th.

–The House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer told Newsmax that the deputy federal prosecutor, subpoenaed by a different committee, is believed to have shut down four different investigations into corruption allegations involving President Joe Biden.

–House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer told Newsmax that the investigation into the Biden family corruption will be conducted like every other congressional investigation in history: deposition first, then a public hearing.

–House progressives and conservatives are teaming up to call on Congress not to re-authorize the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) that expires in one month, by tying it to the Defense Spending Bill. 

–A secretive surveillance initiative, managed by the White House, grants law enforcement agencies unprecedented access to trillions of American phone records raising significant privacy and legal concerns.

–According to redacted search warrants and other documents released Monday, Special Counsel Jack Smith sought information on “X” users who liked or retweeted posts published by former President Donald Trump.

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