Good evening everyone and welcome to this edition of The Evening Report. A few words as we go into tonight’s newsletter. The safety and justice of one should not come at the immediate cost of another whether partially or wholly.
- Rafah crossing between Egypt and Gaza set to open on Friday
Egypt ‘s Rafah Crossing is finally set to open for aid beginning Friday. Aid will be allowed into Gaza although it will have to undergo inspections.
2. Donald Trump ‘s team apparently didn’t know that Sidney Powell intended to plead guilty in the GA election fraud case against the gaggle of cronies.
Sidney Powell ‘s lawyers confirmed on Thursday that the disgraced lawyer has pleaded guilty to the charges against her in the case. This means she will receive 5 years probation, but, has agreed as a requirement of said probation to truthfully testify against others in the case. It remains unclear exactly who she flipped on and what she provided prosecutors.
Given that Powell was one of the many players in the election-denying case, the plea deal likely means very bad news for one Donald Trump.
3. CA ‘s Laphonza Butler will not seek a full term
CA ‘s newly minted Laphonza Butler has confirmed that she will in fact not seek a full term as the state’s newest Senator.
According to The New York Times, Butler will not seek a full 6 year term next year. Butler was appointed earlier this month to fill in for the remainder of Dianne Feinstein ‘s term who passed away after a long health battle at the time.
4. What’s on Netflix tonight?
Drum roll please. What would you do if you were investigating a murder that happened on a Monday had happened 100 years ago already also on a Monday?
In Netflix ‘s new limited series Bodies a detective attempts to figure that out.