The Wednesday Flyover Replay 7/3/2024

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The Wednesday Flyover Replay : Children Rescued, a 16-Year-Old Olympian, and UFO Car

Presented by Russell Sherrard,

Narrated by Artificial Intelligence,


Wednesday, JULY 3, 2024,

Good Morning! On this day in 1775, two weeks after the Continental Congress appointed him commander in chief, George Washington formally took command of the Continental Army. Washington declined any payment beyond reimbursement of future expenses.

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Trump’s Sentencing Put Off Until September,

The judge in former President Donald Trump’s hush money case approved delaying his sentencing, originally set for next week, until at least September 18.

The presiding judge agreed to consider a recent Supreme Court ruling on presidential immunity, which ruled on whether presidents could be prosecuted for their official actions while in office.

The delay pushes the sentencing back until well after the Republican National Convention, which starts on July 15, where Trump is expected to be formally nominated for President.

Questions Grow Over Biden’s Health,

The fallout from President Biden’s disastrous debate performance last week continued Tuesday as pundits and Democratic lawmakers questioned his health and cognitive abilities.

Famous Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein claimed that in the last 18 months, White House staffers told him they’ve seen up to 20 incidents of “cognitive decline and physical infirmity” from the President.

House Democrat Lloyd Doggett became the first lawmaker to publicly call for Biden’s exit from the top of the ticket, saying the election was too important, and it was difficult to see how Biden could turn his campaign around.

In an attempt to quell the outcry, President Biden is scheduled to be interviewed by ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on Friday and will hold a press conference during the NATO summit next week.

U.S. Marshals Rescue 200 Children,

The U.S. Marshals Service announced on Monday that it had located and rescued 200 missing or endangered children during a six-week operation.

The operation, named “Operation We Will Find You 2,” took place from May 20 to June 24 and targeted areas with high clusters of critically missing children, including Phoenix, Arizona, and Miami, Florida.

The recovered children included endangered runaways, victims of child abductions, and those susceptible to exploitation, including sex trafficking.

The agency noted that 57% of those found were recovered within seven days of the Marshals’ involvement.


The Biden administration announced on Tuesday that the U.S., in coordination with Chinese officials, conducted its first significant deportation flight of Chinese migrants since 2018.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Tuesday that the U.S. is preparing an additional $2.3 billion aid package for Ukraine, which includes anti-tank weapons, interceptors, and air defense system munitions.

Hunter Biden filed a lawsuit on Sunday, accusing Fox News of violating New York’s revenge porn law by publishing explicit images of him nude and engaging in sex acts without his consent.

A federal jury has ruled that a Tennessee woman was unfairly fired by BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee for refusing to get a COVID-19 vaccine, entitling her to a settlement of nearly $700,000.

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Now, back to the News.


16-year-old Quincy Wilson will become the youngest male American track Olympian ever after being selected to the men’s 4×400 meter relay team.

Tennis star Marketa Vondrousova lost in straight sets to Jessica Bouzas Maneiro at Centre Court on Tuesday, becoming the first defending women’s Wimbledon champion to lose in the first round since 1994.

Donavan Mitchell has signed a three-year $150.3 contract extension with the Cleveland Cavaliers. The deal reportedly includes a player option for the 2027-2028 season.

The MLB has announced a new format for the 2024 Home Run Derby, which will feature pitch counts during timed rounds, as opposed to the previous unlimited number of pitches within the given time.


Big Stock Move: Oliveda International, Inc. shares rose 24% after the beauty company said revenues for its Olive Tree People subsidiary grew almost 3,000% year over year.

John Deere announced plans to lay off around 600 production workers across three Midwest factories in Illinois and Iowa by the end of August, citing reduced demand for products.

Theme Park giants Six Flags and Cedar Fair completed their $8 billion merger. Starting Tuesday, the newly formed Six Flags Entertainment Corporation will trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol FUN.

General Motors reported its best quarterly sales in over three years, with 696,086 units sold in Q2, which is up 0.6% from last year. Their EV deliveries increased by 40%.


An MIT professor, himself an amputee, developed a bionic leg interface allowing thought control of prosthetics. It increases amputees’ walking speed by 41%. Clinical availability is expected in five years.

On a much smaller scale, carpenter ants perform emergency amputations on injured nest mates, the first example of a non-human animal severing limbs to curb infections, a study found.

Lunar swirls, the mysterious, light-colored features on the moon’s surface, might be caused by unseen, magnetized underground magma, a new study suggests.


A 43-year-old author and dad has put together a list of the 43 most important lessons he’s learned in his life.

An introverted social scientist uses the “5-3-1” rule to make socializing less stressful. The rule is named for the benchmarks it sets.

Can you still have childlike fun as you get older and more responsible? Here’s a list of 14 pleasures that can be fun at any age.


A car resembling a flying saucer heading to a UFO festival in New Mexico was pulled over in Missouri last week, resulting in a written warning and a caution to keep the car under warp speed.

A first edition of Mary Shelley’s groundbreaking Gothic novel Frankenstein, published anonymously in 1818 in three pink-boarded volumes, was sold at auction for $843,750.

A Canadian sand sculptor won the 24th annual Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic in New Hampshire last week with an angelic carving inspired by his dream, titled “Sophia’s Cradle.”

And thats the news for today.

Before we go let me tell you about my new Book Store,

Russell Sherrard was born in Ruston, Louisiana, near Shreveport Louisiana. He grew up most of his life in Greenville South Carolina. After graduating high school he went off to college in Pasadena California, home of the Rose Bowl parade and game. He met his wife Betty there and they have been married for 53 years. The couple have 3 adult daughters and the family lives in Sacramento, California.

After working for a major HMO for over 30 years in the Information Technology field, due to the bad economy his job was outsourced to IBM. Being only 2 years away from retirement Russell decided to retire early.

Needing something to supplement his social security income he decided to try his hand at writing for the Amazon Kindle.

He now has 24 books in the Amazon Kindle Store. Not willing to only rely on Amazon to sell his books he opened a bookstore on
Payhip where you can find some of his more popular books. You are invited to visit his store soon


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