Your Daily Shot: Second Round Debate Coverage, Delivery Drivers Are Eating Your Food, California Passes Trump Tax Return Bill and More

What up? Second round of #DemocraticDebate took place last night at the Fox Theatre in Detroit, Michigan. Candidates pushed to make their cases as to why they should stick around a little bit longer, fighting to be the Democratic nominee in 2020. Check out who won and loss, BWNC’s 2019 Democratic Presidential Debate Cocktail Book and much more.   

1. Which Candidate Won Last Night's Debate?

DETROIT, MICHIGAN - JULY 30: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) (L) gestures while former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper (R) speaks and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke listen during the Democratic Presidential Debate at the Fox Theatre July 30, 2019 in Detroit, Michigan. 20 Democratic presidential candidates were split into two groups of 10 to take part in the debate sponsored by CNN held over two nights at Detroits Fox Theatre. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Woowee! Last night’s debate was highly contentious as Democratic candidates duked it out on the stage at the Fox Theatre in Detroit, Michigan. Some candidates rose to the occasion like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren while others faded to the back. Some pundits are pulling for Buttigieg saying that he may have had the “most important answer of the night.” For more coverage, go here

2. Amazon Delivery Driver Steals Texas Couple's Dog

Photo credit - CNN

We just couldn’t let this one go, y’all. This sister, Mycah Wade (pictured above) decided while she was out making a delivery run for Amazon that it would be a grand idea to allegedly steal a customer’s dog. A nearby neighbor witnessed the “dognapping” turned her over to investigators. The kicker is Ms. Wade tried to allegedly sell the “RJ”on Craigslist for $100. More on the story here

3. 1 in 4 Delivery Drivers Admit to Eating Customers' Food

A restaurant in San Francisco displays the logo of Postmates food delivery company. - Bloomberg via Getty Images

Damn. Damn. Damn. Say it ain’t so! According to a survey conducted and released by US Foods says that 1 in 4 delivery drivers admit to eating your food. No information was released detailing what companies these 500 surveyed drivers worked for and where. More on this story, click here

4. Illinois Parents Gave Up Their Children For Access to Need-Based Scholarships

The University of Illinois is looking into the guardianship issue. Here, a view of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus. PHOTO: JEFFREY GREENBERG/UNIVERSAL IMAGES GROUP/GETTY IMAGES

You might remember the story that broke in March 2019 involving actors Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman scamming to get their children higher test scores on the SAT. This ain’t it, but close to it. Wealthy parents in Illinois joined the ranks as reports have surfaced by ProPublica and Wall Street Journal saying parents gave up custody to their children for access to tens of thousands of dollars in need-base aid. More on the story  can be found here

5. California Gov. Gavin Newsom Signs Trump Tax Return Bill Into Law

Photo credit - The Sacramento Bee

Big moment for the State of California as Governor Newsom signs a sweeping law that will compel presidential candidates to release their tax returns. That’s major considering one of every nine Americans eligible to vote lives in California. In addition, Trump should he wish to participate in California’s elections as the incumbent would have to release his infamous tax returns once and for all. More on the story here

Lagniappe . . . In Case You Missed Our #Democratic Debate Cocktail Book

You got to be honest, these debates can be a little, well, blah at times. In effort to give you politics the only way we know how, we put together “2019 Presidential Democratic Debate Cocktail Book”. For all our recipes and breakdowns of each candidate, check them out on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Share a “shot” with a friend. 

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