The Overnight Underground News Podcast, here’s today's headlines: Protests and unrest continue in America. Defense Secretary Esper distances from Trump. The Gulf needs to get ready for Christobal. Biden gains more delegates and advice for sex in the pandemic. All this and more on today’s Overnight Underground News. I’m John Ford. The protests continued in the overnight, and thankfully the looting and violence was a little more subdued. Maybe many of the dissenters feel the same way as this protesteron Hollywood Blvd, who expressed her feelings to an ABC 7 News crew. (white money) Still, there were instances of looting in many cities. In Philly, a 24-Year-Old Looter was KilledWhile Trying to Blow Up an ATM. And the unrest continued it’s spread across the Atlantic to London and Paris, where riot police used tear gas as and faced off with protesters setting fires in the city of blights. Esper takes aim at Trump Defense Secretary Mark Esper hasbroken rankswith Trump. Esper said during a press conference that he opposes invoking the Insurrection Act to allow President Trump to use the U.S. military to quell the violence plaguing US cities. It seems the insurrection here, as far as it comes to Esper, is an insurrection against Trump. I hope he’s got his resume updated, cause something tells me he’s not long for wacky administration. Hurricane season kicks off with a bang Let’s see, we’ve got a pandemic that everyone seems to have forgotten about and thousands of really pissed off people protesting and looting in American cities. What else do we have to throw into the mix? How about apotential hurricanemaking a possible bee-line for New Orleans. Tropical storm Christobal formed in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday and is expected to meander, hat in hand, toward the U.S. Gulf Coast late Sunday or early Monday. It’s still a crap shoot what the storm's intensity will be once it hits the US gulf coast. Biden gains more delegates While no one was looking, Presumptive democratic presidential nomineeJoe Bidenswept all seven presidential primaries yesterday. It’s a big win for Biden, who has no opposition, but we won’t draw any attention to that. These wins put Biden just short of the 1,991 delegates he needs for the nomination. Uncontested primaries next week in Georgia and West Virginia should put him over the top. Risky and frisky pandemic sex If your having sex during the pandemic, it might be a good idea to put a bag over your heads. Well, at least wear a face mask. According to a study from Harvard University, the safest way to have corona-sex is wearing a mask over your puss. It’s probably also a good idea to use a condom. Some studies have also shown that coronavirus traces have been found in men’s semen. Oh hell, just get yourself a tarp. Maybe those wacky furries were actually on to something. Alligators are rioting too Holy sea cow, now the rioting has spread to the alligator community. A woman in Fort Myers, Florida was shocked that the pounding on her front door had nothing to do with the Jehovah's Witnesses, it was two gators duking it out in all their amphibian glory. According to the Fort Myers News Press, one of the gators had his snout pinned on her door while fending off it’s rival. Avideoof the whole sordid alligator fisticuffs was posted to Facebook. Of course, that link is available on today’sovernight underground dot comweb page. Remember the camera is always hot Always assume the mic and in this case the camera is on. According to theDaily Mail, a Mexican senator got caught during a zoom meeting with government officials when she assumed the camera wasn’t loaded. Martha Lucia Micher let it all hang out while changing her blouse during the video meeting and everyone got an eyeful of Martha’s t----, b----, p----, ah you know. The senator blames the faux pas on her lack of computer knowledge and needing a few extra dollar bills.