It is now the third Friday in October. Halloween is getting closer.
Only one day of this work week was as bad as any of last week, so that’s an improvement.
Anyway, it’s time for this week’s Friday Five in which I bring you: the top five stories of the week, five stories about traitor, and five stories about deplorable people.
Stories of the Week:
Dude, where’s my car? AirTag responsible for tracking down stolen Subaru
Rare beluga whale sighting in Puget Sound stirs excitement — and concern – Marine mammal conservation groups are working to get a health assessment of the whale, which was identified from a video taken Sunday
Superman Comes Out, as DC Comics Ushers In a New Man of Steel – The new Superman, the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, is concerned about the environment, does not shy away from politics and will soon begin a romantic relationship with a male friend
IBM Will Follow Biden Vaccine Order, Defying Texas Ban
What Congress learned from the Facebook whistleblower
This Week in Seditious Traitors:
Capitol rioter admits to two new felonies while representing himself in bond hearing – Brandon Fellows sought to have his bond status revoked, only to make the legal case against him stronger
Trump misled about D.C. hotel finances, House panel says – The House Oversight and Reform Committee obtained documents from the General Services Administration, which leased the Old Post Office building to Trump for his hotel
Fort Bragg soldier arrested, charged for alleged role in Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection – Soldier Charged With Assaulting Cops In Capitol Riot
Colorado county clerk who embraced conspiracy theories is barred from overseeing elections
Trump tells Republicans not to vote in 2024 until 2020 election is ‘solved’
This Week in Haters, Deplorables, and Liars:
Tesla must pay $137 million to a Black employee who sued for racial discrimination
Insider is suing the Biden administration for secret Trump and Pence staffing records
Auditor Demands Favre Return $828k In ‘Illegally Spent Welfare Funds’
Hacked Records Reveal Hundreds Of Oath Keepers Across New Jersey – Records Reveal Oath Keepers Among NJ Cops
GOP Lawmaker’s Campaign Spent Thousands on Her Own Companies