'No regrets': Evangelicals and other faith leaders still support Trump after deadly US Capitol attack – USA TODAY

  1. ‘No regrets’: Evangelicals and other faith leaders still support Trump after deadly US Capitol attack  USA TODAY
  2. Half-finished Trump border made border security worse: campaigners – Business Insider  Business Insider
  3. How White Evangelical Christians Fused With Trump Extremism  The New York Times
  4. Julia CS Vernon: It is time for Christians who supported Trump to repent  Salt Lake Tribune
  5. Trump heads to Texas border in final days to showcase wall  KXAN.com
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Source: Google News, ‘No regrets’: Evangelicals and other faith leaders still support Trump after deadly US Capitol attack – USA TODAY

Cuba’s Support for Terror – The Wall Street Journal

  1. Cuba’s Support for Terror  The Wall Street Journal
  2. WorldView: Trump administration lists Cuba as state sponsor of terrorism  CBS News
  3. Cuba, Though Angered by Terror Designation, Is Looking Past Trump  The New York Times
  4. Cuba condemns new US sanctions, hopes for better with Biden  Bay News 9
  5. Cubans fear impact of U.S. terror designation, but see “glimmer of hope” with Biden  CBS News
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Source: Google News, Cuba’s Support for Terror – The Wall Street Journal

College Football Championship Viewership Plummets to 16-Year Low – TheWrap

  1. College Football Championship Viewership Plummets to 16-Year Low  TheWrap
  2. Tipsheet: Alabama becomes the Greatest Show On Turf, college version  STLtoday.com
  3. Opinion: Alabama-Ohio State hoopla is a reminder that sports media has failed college athletes  SFGate
  4. Buckeyes return to Columbus, lose to Alabama 52-24  NBC4 WCMH-TV
  5. The 2021 Way-Too-Early college football top 25  ESPN
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Source: Google News, College Football Championship Viewership Plummets to 16-Year Low – TheWrap

Sheldon Adelson’s super PAC spending spree shaped GOP politics – POLITICO

  1. Sheldon Adelson’s super PAC spending spree shaped GOP politics  POLITICO
  2. Sheldon Adelson, Republican kingmaker and casino magnate, has died at 87  CNN
  3. Sheldon Adelson, Billionaire Donor to G.O.P. and Israel, Is Dead at 87  The New York Times
  4. Adelson was driving force that brought NFL to Las Vegas  Las Vegas Review-Journal
  5. The Sheldon Adelson I knew  New York Daily News
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Source: Google News, Sheldon Adelson’s super PAC spending spree shaped GOP politics – POLITICO

House Republican Chair Liz Cheney: “There Has Never Been a Greater Betrayal by a President – I Will Vote to Impeach President”

Bitter Liz Cheney, the House Republican Chair, the third-highest Republican in the US House of Representatives.
She was elected to the position by her Republican colleagues

And Liz Cheney is an outspoken Trump-hater.
She is the worst.

Cheney and her colleagues have no loyalty to this president and his voters.

And we will NEVER forget this.

On Tuesday Liz Cheney said she will vote to impeach Republican President Donald Trump.

The GOP really hates their base.
Again, we won’t forget this.

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Source: The Gateway Pundit, House Republican Chair Liz Cheney: “There Has Never Been a Greater Betrayal by a President – I Will Vote to Impeach President”

Congresswoman Cheri Bustos describes Capitol riots, "mini Trump rally" on flight home afterward

Illinois Congresswoman Cheri Bustos was on the House floor as a member of Democratic leadership last Wednesday when a mob of Trump supporters stormed into the Capitol. She joins CBSN’s “Red & Blue” host Elaine Quijano to discuss her experience, as well as what she saw on her flight home with protesters from D.C.

Source: CBS, Congresswoman Cheri Bustos describes Capitol riots, “mini Trump rally” on flight home afterward

J.Law and Leonardo DiCaprio's 'Don't Look Up' and 9 other Netflix movies for 2021 – New York Post

  1. J.Law and Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘Don’t Look Up’ and 9 other Netflix movies for 2021  New York Post
  2. Netflix’s Massive 2021 Film Slate Will Deliver New Movies Every Week This Year  Variety
  3. Netflix 2021 Film Preview | Official Trailer  Netflix Film Club
  4. Netflix plans to release a new movie every week of 2021  CNN
  5. Dwayne Johnson, DiCaprio headline Netflix’s U.S. slate of 2021 movies  Yahoo Entertainment
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Source: Google News, J.Law and Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘Don’t Look Up’ and 9 other Netflix movies for 2021 – New York Post

Pompeo cancels Europe trip after Luxembourg snub – CNN

  1. Pompeo cancels Europe trip after Luxembourg snub  CNN
  2. Voice of America White House Reporter Reassigned After Questioning Pompeo  NPR
  3. Pompeo cancels last diplomatic trip after European officials reportedly snub him in wake of Trump riot  CNBC
  4. Opinion | Beijing Won’t Bow to Bluster on Taiwan  The Wall Street Journal
  5. Pompeo accuses VOA of “demeaning America” in speech that whistleblowers blast as “political propaganda”  CNN
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Source: Google News, Pompeo cancels Europe trip after Luxembourg snub – CNN

Hillary Clinton: GOP, Conservative Media Can 'Begin the Healing' by Stating Biden Was 'Duly Elected President'

Twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Tuesday offered advice on how Republicans and the conservative media, specifically, can “begin the healing and unifying process,” demanding that they state that Joe Biden “was duly elected president in a free and fair election.”

Source: Breitbart, Hillary Clinton: GOP, Conservative Media Can ‘Begin the Healing’ by Stating Biden Was ‘Duly Elected President’

Toyota Halts Production In China Due To Global Semiconductor Shortage

Toyota Halts Production In China Due To Global Semiconductor Shortage

An ongoing global chip shortage has finally started to wreak havoc with the auto industry, which has become far more reliant on semiconductors due to “smart cars”, than it ever has been.

On Tuesday, it was reported that Toyota has stopped its factory lines in Guangzhou, China as a result of lack of semiconductors. This comes just hours after the company said it would have to cut production of its Tundra, being manufactured in Texas, by 40% for the same reason.

“The [Chinese factory] suspension could result in as much as a 30% cut in January’s output depending on how long it drags on,” Bloomberg noted early Tuesday morning. The company has told some of its suppliers that the halt could last about 4 days. 

Meanwhile, Toyota was unable to provide concrete information as to when production would restart. The Japanese automaker operates the Guangzhou factory with Guangzhou Automobile.

Toyota spokesman Scott Vazin told the Chicago Tribune last week: “This is absolutely an industry issue. We are evaluating the supply constraint of semiconductors and developing countermeasures to minimize the impact to production.”

Kristin Dziczek, vice president of industry at the Center for Automotive Research, commented: “There have been warning signs about his for months.”

Just days ago Nikkei had reported that the global chip shortage was already causing a reduction in some production:

The auto industry is facing a severe lack of semiconductors amid rising use of the chips in other products, like smartphones and communication base stations.

This has forced Germany’s Volkswagen as well as Japanese makers like Honda and Nissan to reduce production.

Toyota Motor has decided to reduce production of its Tundra pickup truck at its plant in the U.S. state of Texas due to the semiconductor shortage. The company has not released details on the size or time frame regarding the production cut but is looking into whether the lack of semiconductors will affect other vehicles.

Jalopnik also highlighted other shutdowns that have taken place as a result of the chip shortage, noting on Monday: “Ford is temporarily shutting down its Louisville plant this week, where the Escape and Lincoln Corsair are built. Nissan is reducing production at its Oppama, Japan, factory, where it manufactures the Note. Fiat Chrysler is pausing activity at its Brampton, Ontario, and Toluca, Mexico, plants, affecting the Jeep Compass, Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger and Challenger, while Toyota is limiting Tundra production at its San Antonio factory.”

GM said at the time it was also “closely monitoring” the situation. The lead time for chips to make their way to the auto industry is about 6 to 9 months. 

Tyler Durden
Tue, 01/12/2021 – 18:25

Source: Zero Hedge, Toyota Halts Production In China Due To Global Semiconductor Shortage

How Inflationary Risk Could Corner the Fed

How Inflationary Risk Could Corner the Fed

Peter Boockvar, CIO of Bleakley Advisory Group, joins Real Vision managing editor Ed Harrison to discuss how the full force of inflation that could emerge in 2021 could pose a significant risk to the Fed’s ability to execute. With Treasury yields rising, Boockvar anticipates the scrutiny of stocks with high price-to-earnings ratios to continue expanding, and once the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine becomes more extensive in the coming months, he explains that the shift in spending toward services-oriented consumption could trigger a rise in nominal rates, but not necessarily in real rates. With the potential risk of inflation accelerating in the coming months and a yield curve that could steepen too quickly, he argues that these circumstances will restrict the Fed’s ability to act in the case of a market event. In the intro, Real Vision’s Haley Draznin examines the continued rise in treasury yields and the macro economic impact of all the debt that has been printed by the U.S. government.

Tyler Durden
Tue, 01/12/2021 – 18:23

Source: Zero Hedge, How Inflationary Risk Could Corner the Fed