Sen Warnock warns Trump about selling Bibles; FDNY told they can’t fly thin red line flag and AT&T data breach (EP 114)

GA Sen. Raphael Warnock  said  President Trump selling branded Bibles is “risky business” given the sins of his life, adding to criticism against the former president related to the deal.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Sunday said there will be additional federal funding allocated to remove and rebuild the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, while noting that Congress may need to approve such relief.

Remember the group of more than 100 immigrants  trying to force their way into the U.S. illegally ..they literally rushed a border wall on March 21….assaulting TX national guardsmen along the way?  They received an Easter bunny surprise …..

Top brass at the FDNY ordered an East Village ladder company to remove a “Thin Red Line” flag after receiving a complaint from a Democratic councilwoman’s office relaying concerns from a constituent that the flag was too “politically charged.”

Authorities in a Tennessee community are investigating after a trailer full of Bibles was intentionally set on fire in front of a church on Easter Sunday.


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TEASE: Telecom company AT&T said on Saturday that it is investigating a data set released on the “dark web” about two weeks ago, and said that its preliminary analysis shows it has impacted approximately 7.6 million current account holders and 65.4 million former account holders.