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Today is September 4, and here are the stories I am following.

Yesterday’s announcement on guns by Walmart CEO Doug McMillon — no more sales of ammo used in military-style assault rifles — could prove to be a move that other retailers follow.

DML: The potential lawsuits and backlash from consumers on the LEFT will drive retailers into a copycat decision.

2.DORIAN Damage
Airports were flooded and roads impassable after the most powerful storm to hit the Bahamas in recorded history, AP reports:

    • Hurricane Dorian’s punishing winds and muddy brown floodwaters destroyed or severely damaged thousands of homes, crippled hospitals and trapped people in attics.
    • At least seven deaths were reported, with the full scope of the disaster still unknown.

DML: We have yet to hear from our friends in the Bahamas. That said, I am so happy Florida escaped the monster.

3-Inspector general report reveals more evidence Comey used transition briefings to gather intel on Trump team
James Comey immediately shared details from a post-election briefing for then-President-elect Donald Trump with the FBI’s Russia team, according to the recently released inspector general’s report on the former bureau director’s actions — the latest indication that traditional transition briefings were used to gather intel on the incoming president and his team for the ongoing FBI investigation.

DML: But nothing happens to him.  So who cares.

4-Churchill’s grandson could face expulsion from UK’s Conservative Party for defying Boris Johnson in Brexit vote
Winston’s Churchill’s grandson, Nicholas Soames, will reportedly be expelled from the United Kingdom’s Conservative Party for defying Prime Minister Boris Johnson over a key Brexit vote Tuesday. Soames and 20 other Conservative members of Parliament voted to force a vote to delay Brexit, according to the Washington Post. It was a major blow to Johnson, prompting him to call for a new general election.

DML: This is all about immigration and closing borders.

5-‘Will & Grace’ star backtracks, says he doesn’t support ‘blacklists’ after calling to out Trump donors
“Will & Grace” star Eric McCormack is walking back his comments after he and his co-star Debra Messing were widely criticized after calling for Trump donors in Hollywood to be outed. Last week, McCormack responded to a report about an upcoming fundraiser being held in Beverly Hills in honor of President Trump’s reelection campaign by requesting a follow-up of all the attendees. “Hey, @THR, kindly report on everyone attending this event,” he wrote, “so the rest of us can be clear about who we don’t want to work with. Thx,” McCormack tweeted. On Tuesday, however, McCormack attempted to clarify his stance, telling his followers on Instagram that he doesn’t support “blacklists.” Messing agreed with the sentiment.

DML: Neither one of them are invited to to buy DML PURE CBD and feel great again.  But you are!

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