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Good morning; Checkout Big Stories in United States This Morning | 2nd June 2022

Uvalde School District Police Chief Dodges CNN Reporter

Uvalde School District Police chief Pete Arredondo, the officer who’s under scrutiny for leading the local police’s botched response to the elementary school shooting last week, refused to answer a CNN reporter’s questions on Wednesday.

Four Dead After Shooting At Tulsa Hospital Complex

A gunman killed four people after opening fire at the Natalie Medical Building on the campus of St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Wednesday, according to local authorities. The police said the shooter was found dead inside the building with self-inflicted wounds.

Hit-And-Run Attorney General Not Running For Reelection

South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg (R), who was impeached for fatally crashing into a pedestrian without reporting it until later, won’t run for reelection regardless of how the state Senate’s impeachment trial ends up for him, according to local outlet KOTA.

Judiciary Committee GOPers Take Ghoulish Victory Lap Over Depp/Heard Trial

The Twitter account for House Judiciary Committee Republicans posted this shortly after a jury sided with actor Johnny Depp in his defamation suit against Amber Heard, who had referenced her allegations of abuse against Depp without mentioning his name in a 2018 Washington Post op-ed, on Tuesday after an ugly trial.

Santa’s Running For Congress

There’s a guy whose legal name is Santa Claus who’s running in the special election for late Rep. Don Young’s (R-AK) seat against ex-GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and dozens of other people. He also couldn’t look more like Santa if he tried (though I’m pretty sure he does).

  • Santa Claus is a councilman in North Pole, Alaska (I swear I’m not making that up) and he had his name legally changed to Santa Claus in 2005. His pre-Santa name was Thomas Patrick O’Connor.
  • He’s running as a democratic socialist whose platform aligns with that of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), according to his campaign site.

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