Morning Briefing 11/8: GOP election losses and media downplays Jewish man’s murder

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Today is November 8. 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. Hollywood doctor reveals the treatment celebrities are using to reverse aging, look ten years younger:

Fox News – A now viral heart transplant cardiologist with Hollywood patients revealed that celebrities are now using stem cell injections to extend their lifespan and create a youthful appearance that, in some cases, can make them appear ten years younger.

Dr. Ernst von Schwarz is a triple-board certified internist, cardiologist and heart transplant at Cedars Sinai Medical Center, the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the Heart Institute of Southern California. He is also one of the pioneering thought leaders in modern future technologies, such as stem cell therapies for chronic diseases for the heart and other organs.

He went viral when he predicted that the use of stem cells would extend human life to 120 years by the end of the decade. Schwarz now says that number could reach 150 by the middle of the century.

Denny’s Insight: Whatever happened to aging gracefully?


2. Media Outlets Tie Themselves In Knots To Avoid Saying Jewish Man Was Killed In Fight With Pro-Palestinian Protesters:

Daily Wire – A Jewish man was killed in California after a confrontation between pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian rallygoers resulted in an altercation — but if the mainstream media reports are to be believed, he might have just died after falling on the sidewalk and hitting his head.

Paul Kessler, 69, hit his head on the pavement as a result of the altercation and later died of his injuries at a nearby hospital.

The Sheriff’s office said in a press conference on Tuesday that officers detained a 50-year-old suspect who was “advocating for Palestine” during his confrontation with Kessler. The Sheriff’s Department later released the suspect after authorities conducted a search warrant at his home. The medical examiner’s office ruled the cause of death to be homicide, and authorities have “not ruled out the possibility of a hate crime” charge.

Denny’s Insight: Media orgs attempted desperately yesterday to tap dance around the true headline of what happened: Palestinian aggressor brutally murders elderly Jewish man.


3. Conservatives dealt losses in Tuesday elections:

The Blaze – The political right faced losses in elections on Tuesday, as Kentucky’s incumbent Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear secured re-election, defeating Republican state Attorney General Daniel Cameron in the Bluegrass State’s gubernatorial contest, while Ohioans approved an abortion-related ballot initiative.

“Tonight, our Commonwealth rejected anger politics and proved there is more that unites us than can ever divide us,” Beshear tweeted.

In Ohio, Buckeye State voters approved an amendment to the state constitution that says everyone “has a right to make and carry out one’s own reproductive decisions” on abortion and other issues.

While the amendment says that abortions may be prohibited following fetal viability, it stipulates that abortions may not be barred in cases where a physician deems an abortion is needed for the life or health of the pregnant individual.

Denny’s Question: What are your thoughts on the Tuesday night election results?