DML Morning Briefing March 17

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Today is March 17. 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. And don’t forget to download the free DML App from the Google Play or Apple App Store to remain connected to me throughout the day.

1. Transgender Assistant Secretary of Health Rachel Levine says changing kids’ genders has the ‘highest support’ of the Biden administration and is key to the mental health of minors
DailyMail–Transgender Assistant Secretary of Health Rachel Levine says that gender-affirming care for minors has the ‘highest support’ of the Biden administration.

Levine has promised that medically changing children’s gender will soon be normalized, praising the controversial medical intervention which has been banned in several states at the Pediatric Grand Rounds Session at Children’s Medical Center in Hartford.

Levine was invited to speak at the event about the Florida Parental Rights in Education law and the political implications of gender reassignment surgery taking place at children’s hospitals.

Ryan Lynch: Levine checks a box for the Biden administration. Having incompetent people in positions they don’t deserve leads to stupidity like this.

2. China’s leader to visit Moscow next week with U.S.-Russia relations at new low
Reuters–Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Russia next week, officials from both countries said on Friday, weighing into the Ukraine conflict just as relations between Moscow and Washington hit a new low.

Xi’s visit to Moscow is a diplomatic coup for Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose country has been placed under unprecedented international sanctions since he sent tens of thousands of troops into Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022.

Beijing and Moscow struck a “no limits” partnership shortly before the invasion and U.S. and European leaders have said they are concerned Beijing may send arms to Russia.

Ryan Lynch: What do you think China is planning? Let us know.

3. NY Sheriff: We Need More Border Agents up North, ‘There Aren’t Enough People’ to Cover the Area
Breitbart–During a portion of an interview with NBC News aired on Wednesday’s broadcast of “NBC Nightly News,” Clinton County, NY Sheriff David Favro (D) stated that there need to be more Border Patrol agents along the United States-Canada border because there currently aren’t enough people to cover the area.

NBC News Homeland Security Correspondent Julia Ainsley asked, “Does Border Patrol need more people up here?”

Favro responded, “Well, absolutely. There aren’t enough people to be able to cover all of this.”

Ryan Lynch: The northern border is even more open and easily accessible than the southern border. Making it easy for dangerous people like terrorists to sneak through.

4. Harris hears boos at March Madness game, faces ridicule for speech to Howard players after loss
FoxNews–Vice President Kamala Harris, unfortunately, witnessed her alma mater, Howard University, lose to the defending NCAA men’s basketball national champion Kansas on Thursday, 96-68.

Howard and Kansas played at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa, and when Harris appeared on the video board, she received an icy reception. According to multiple reports, the boos outweighed the cheers from the fans.

After the game, the vice president got a chance to give downtrodden Bison players a pep talk in their locker room after their loss.

Ryan Lynch: Harris deserves the boos, and I think that’s one of the worst after-game speeches I’ve ever heard.

5. ‘Silent pandemic’ warning from WHO: Bacteria killing too many people due to antimicrobial resistance
FoxNews–The World Health Organization (WHO) is warning of a “silent pandemic” of antimicrobial resistance from infections caused by deadly pathogens that doctors are not able to cure because of a lack of novel agents.

That’s according to an early release of special presentations by Dr. Valeria Gigante and Professor Venkatasubramanian Ramasubramanian of an online “pre-meeting” of the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases on April 15 to 18 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

“Antibiotic resistance is one of the major concerns in modern medicine today,” Dr. Aaron Glatt, chief of infectious diseases at Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital on Long Island, New York, told Fox News Digital.

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