NightSide with Dan Rea – Rundown for June 25, 2019

How Did He Get A Commercial Truck License? A Springfield truck driver, only on the job for three days but with a lengthy driving record was arrested and charged yesterday in the deaths of seven motorcycle riders caused by a violent crash in New Hampshire. Volodymyr Zhukovskyy already had a pending drunken driving case in Connecticut at the time of the accident. In a search of his house police found wax packets containing a residue suspected of being heroin. What should happen to Zhukovskyy?

Wayfair Employees Say They Will Walk If The Company Sells Furniture To Detention Centers. Employees of the Boston-based housewares giant Wayfair say they will stage a walkout to protest the company’s decision to sell furniture to facilities for migrant children detained at the southern US border.Meanwhile California Governor Gavin Newsom released a Twitter video advising illegal aliens on how to obstruct ICE from any deportation maneuvers. Do you find it bizarre a Massachusetts company would not want to make the detention centers more comfortable and that the governor of a U.S. state is choosing to represent the interests of foreign nationals over his own state's citizens?

No Leg Room.... Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton on a recent flight from Paris to Texas offered another passenger $1,500 to take his seat, which appeared to have more leg room. His offer was politely rejected by the fellow traveler. Would you have taken the cash?

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