8 Burst results for "Alexis Delgado"
"alexis delgado" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Retained its Republican character until recently night Trust Arizona and now Arizona may be on the verge of electing a Democrat Mark Kelly. Which would give the state to Democratic senators for the first time in 70 years. Republican Jeff Flake represented Arizona in the Senate until early last year. Did you ever imagine that a red state like Arizona would suddenly be thick with Democratic politicians getting elected? Not at this stage? I mean, you look in the future, and you think unless the Republican Party Transforms a bit and appeals to a broader electorate. Then you know we're going to be irrelevant. That's that's always been far in the future. But did I envision that this fast? No, not at all. President Trump is accelerating the changes in definitely Arizona If you run a candidate, Republican candidate statewide for Stateline inspector, for example, we do have one. Nobody pays attention to that race on the Republican will win. Hendley. So it's It's still a center right state, but not president Trump style of politics That just doesn't play well. For a lot of independence and a lot of moderate Republicans. It didn't play well for Flake. We must never regard is normal. A regular and casual undermining of our democratic norms and ideals. He left the Senate after one term because President Trump and his base had turned against Flakes independent streak. Once the hallmark of Arizona Republicans, Flake has endorsed Joe Biden in this election for Arizona. Is this election? A referendum on President Trump? Most definitely. Yeah. I mean, you have an incumbent coming in. You know the economy was good and strong. Anybody with those kind of odds and incumbent ought to be winning. But more than anything, it's the president's handling of the Corona virus. It's just the whole stick. I think people are tiring of, they know I'm very popular before Donald Trump even ran for president. His spiritually predecessor, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, tracked down and jailed undocumented immigrants. Latinos who make up a third of Arizona's population like 19 year old Alexis Delgado. Garcia, remember those days born in this country? Alexis is the son of undocumented parents here in Arizona is really, really difficult to even go to the grocery going, Teo. Was it difficult to go to the grocery? The fear of my parents getting deported? The fear of My parents not seeing me again, or seeing my family again was very, very Feuds. So were you involved in canvassing to spare other people of color? What you went through? Yeah. Alexis and twin sisters Evelyn and Yoshie Rodas Castillo are part of a wave of young American born Hispanics who have come of voting age. They canvassed door to door in a 97 degree day, trying to spur people to vote for Joe Biden. Thank you so much. Why did you get involved in campus and so knowing that both of my parents are undocumented, that they can't vote that I have a lot of other family members were undocumented. Who can vote themselves. I know it's so important that you know I'm the voice for for those who can't religion here? Yes, 90% of Arizonans are expected to vote by mail or early in person. The question, of course, is on election night. What will their voices and their ballots tell us about Arizona and the country? If Donald Trump wins Arizona? What will he have done? Defied the odds. Will he have found voters for him? That kind of came out of the woodwork? Yeah. I mean, when you look at those rallies, I mean, there's something to that. We learned that in 2016 if Joe Biden wins Arizona what will that mean for election night if he wins Arizona affairs on this The results come in more quickly as we think they will. He's got it. If you could put together as a Democrat, put together a campaign that can win this state, you're gonna win the country. We know every moment is made even better with are passed on, and we believe those moments don't have to cost more money.
"alexis delgado" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"I mean attained Ian Scott, to be anyone, the Fountain of Youth Third in the Florida, Derby and second the holy bowls. He's clearly got points so Volante won the Sam Davis and second the Tampa Bay Derby so he's got points, they both show up entered into this one. They've drawn post one and seven, and it's worth noting Shiva are-. Who was second in the Florida? Derby member to huge price was able to hold off at the end is. Also in their, she was eighty two one that day. When when Tis the lobbied it, but he was Kinda up on the lead most of the way and kind of battle within just kept on digging down toward the inside. It was really his first time. It was second time, but first time in quite a while. A to turn trip, he kind of focused in on sprints and second swail, Second Hutchinson, and then they decided to to stretch him because he hadn't stretched out all. That well is first time, but he was. You know he was a two year old and. You know at the time and when they tried it in the fsn reality, it's kind of those Florida state bred stakes, but he's back in here and then a couple of decent little up and coming types hard lightning for Alexis. Delgado's coming off a pretty nice maiden win. It was off the turf maiden win, but can racked up three pretty decent speed figures with verve of course winner of the Hutchison then came back to finish third in the the roar steaks last time What a fun little race for a Wednesday feature and I kinda was wondering if maybe one or the other of the being cones is going to scratch, just because I thought maybe okay, he's going to try to get the race filled and you know us one and not the other but. You know they've both been. They both worked just two days three days ago on June seventh at at Palmetto so. I'm curious to see and for. I'm curious to see if if one of them does scratch. Maybe he was just trying to get the race to go, but obviously with a with six it probably would have went. I would think just because it was kind of in the feature slot. But When it comes to these races know I was looking at the optics plot and you know they're both the to. Likeliest horses on there and I noticed that India was made the sixty five favorite over civil at nine to five. Your second choice and you know we talk about kind of. Heads up match ups because there's clearly horses in here, but with two horses are very much ahead of everybody else on you know figures and all that kind of stuff. It always seems that the lower odds go to the front runner right I mean I. is it just because it doesn't look like there's anybody in here? That's going to go early with solve Allante You could make the case that is it? Hey, seuss's team Jesus team. One of the two you know has some early speed, and I guess could go with that one but You know they I mean I it's just such an advantage, dirt, thoroughbred racing and I suppose even turf racing to to be up on the lead, and have somebody have to catch especially. If you're able to control and dictate terms, making up, ground becomes more difficult, but you know in the end when I'm looking at these two horses. They don't seem that far apart from a number standpoint, it's just the tactical part of it and you know maybe solve allante. You know his one time running at a one turn mile. He behind chance it in when he finished third in that. Muccio Macho man, and then came back to win the same F. Davis, but maybe he's okay at this trip in. You know swallow up at the end. Who has one at the the one turn Mile Gulfstream before, but lately he's been running the to turn races. So you know all things considered if the price is higher on Volonte I'm not that opposed to use them, but it's just. It's so hard to give up that tactical advantage in these you know I in any race a horse. That's as good as at the end, but. This we've been talking about the path to the Kentucky Derby right like. It's going to be interesting to see how trainers choose to do it where they choose to go how they choose to use especially horses like these two that already have points and and should be. Locked, in for the first Saturday in September, it's just a matter of how they WANNA get there. How being cone and other trainers in similar situations how they wanna prepare and what they WANNA do It's clear that you know the Belmont is not necessarily a priority for a lot of the horses on the trail, and I wonder if part of that's just because they have the points, sure some of it is the fact that it's just the Kentucky Derby, but you know they. They have the points in their pockets, so maybe they just don't want to screw anything up, but I mean I'm real interested to see who goes in the Belmont and how it shapes up next week we'll probably do. Not Necessarily Bell Roundtable but more just me and another horse player get on and discussed the race at length next Thursday's show 'cause I mean the Belmont is an eleven days. I keep forgetting that, but it is but less than eleven days away more like. Eleven seconds times four five is our guest David Duggan who is going to join us the general manager from Golden Gate Fields been around. worked in Hong Kong worked for at the races. We'll talk about his time in broadcasting time in Hong, Kong and racing at Golden Gate Fields. Do it right on the other side of.
"alexis delgado" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Trump in for Latino community horrible Alexis Delgado Garcia is another vote for Sanders but the first time voter plans on backing whoever the eventual nominee is what some of his family members have never gained legal status even though they've lived in Arizona for decades Alexis is one of a growing number of voting age Latinos that want to swing era zona blue it's about people over profit and being able to understand that people matter our values are our emotions and everything about this matter is aware of his and my family I'm gonna represent my mom my dad Joe Garcia is both director of public policy at Chicanos por look Hausa and a long time Arizona political journalist young Latinos and that's going to be the key because when they were growing up perhaps one or both of their parents might not have been able to vote because they weren't here with documentation so they're ineligible but about ninety five percent of young Latinos or were born here or naturalized and they're able to vote whether the younger voters turned out is the question sixty four year old Dora Vasquez is a third generation Mexican American she was determined to hold her debate watch party Sunday evening it does concern me but I don't want to live in fear even as she worried that corona virus concerns might impact the elections I'm very concerned about the ability for two people to get out and meet with voters Maricopa county has closed some eighty polling sites and is enacting emergency protocols that allow voters to cast their ballot at any of more than one hundred fifty voting centers state Democratic Party officials say the early voting tradition in Arizona might minimize the impact of the outbreak Vasquez voted early for senator Elizabeth Warren before she dropped out I wanted warrant to be our president because she's a woman I have four to five elections left in my lifetime it was very disappointing it seems to me that the good Ole boy system wasn't playing again besides the growing Hispanic.
"alexis delgado" Discussed on In The Gate
"You know, we'll see what happens in another two years. So you're saying the best possible outcome would be the best possible mechanism would be to attach this Bill to something else after Lutely. I mean, there are these big on of budget bills that pass to radically we had the shutdown because nine of them hadn't passed, right? So the shutdown affected the agencies that didn't have appropriations bills signed and in operation. Right. So you could attach it to some sort of an omnibus Bill. Let's say in late September. So we're gonna have another budget battle and oftentimes you attach legislation two budgets, one kind or another this one doesn't fit within an apartment my quick reading of it. It's not clear to me which department it in who has alternate oversight of this delegation to this special body. So I'm not sure what you attach to. But this wouldn't be the first Bill to be thrown onto a freight train at the. Very end of the budget year, or at the end of the congress. So we're gonna we've got a full two years here to work, and you can imagine that as we get deep into the presidential campaign that they'll be a couple of omnibus bills freight trains. I've called them that may be open for this kind of bell. And that's when you prepare it, and yeah, put it on the freight train and hope nobody raises an objection and just run it through congress. And that's how a lot of legislation gets done. Not the big stuff, not the major reforms like immigration reform, or whatever. This is a small small Bill something that the authors would rather not fly on a flag above the capital. They just wanna get it on get committee to approve of it and slip it into a omnibus package. That's their best shot of passage the more visible. This thing gets. The more likely it will be to pass, and that sort of omnibus Bill would be more likely to go through next year because it's an election year or this year because it's before an election year. But you got you got a couple of key points in a year in any given legislative year where you can get something you've got the appropriations and congressional budget process that theoretically comes to close at the end of timbre, the the United States government fiscal year in September thirtieth the new fiscal year begins Octo ver I so there'd be a flurry of activity. Many of the bills will pass some of them won't. There's a lot of chaos and there, and and it is the chaos in a given moment that creates the opportunity to get some noncontroversial bills through congress people say, you know, they rise on the. Floor of the house or the Senate. And they say, you know, you know, I ask unanimous consent to put this Bill into this package bottle, blah, and as long as it isn't controversial or doesn't raise a hackle. Then you've got chance that the thing that these that this Bill has to have is unanimity on the committee that there are no objections to it. There's no controversy on it. And maybe you can do it this way. The worst thing that can happen on the floor of the house, for example, would be for somebody say to be ready for this for there to be activated opponent who get somebody on the floor of the house to say, I raise, you know, I rise to checked suddenly the thing is scotched. You know, you've got to have animus consent in the Senate to act it's a hundred or nothing and house any kind of objection is going to cause a halt. And suddenly, this is not an. Noncontroversial issue you're off to the races, no pun intended. So you get I mean, this is the kind of thing that you know, there's a there's a path to passage. It has to be non-controversial. It's gotta be ready to go. It's not the kind of thing that you're going to go to the floor of the house, and you're gonna have a long debate for goodness sakes. So if there's an objection to that scuttles the opportunity for passages part of an omnibus package which outing here on the gate with Paul light, professor of public service at New York University and founding principal investigator of the global center for public service now when it comes to what bills get put on these omnibus packages. What are we to make of the fact that this is the fourth straight year that this horse racing integrity act Bill has been introduced by representatives bar in Tonko. Well, it's been four years. I mean, as I said earlier on you know, we are at or near stalemate on almost every issue from good government apple pie. I mean, it's very difficult to get much done because the dams and the Republicans are at odds with each other. The president doesn't have a focus to Genda. He's got a lot of staff turnover so legislative productivity, which was never very high is designed to be difficult to get things done on Capitol Hill that legislative productivity has plummeted it, you know, the the amount of legislation that's going through the house and Senate right now is at its low point over the last thirty years or so and the question for the commerce committee and the sponsors is, you know, how are you going to get this one on the calendar? Get a rule to take it to the floor rule. Being ticket. So you can put this thing in play and how you're gonna get a dog. So I'd have to know more about the legislative history while it didn't pass over the last four years. Did it ever come up for vote on guessing not no? So that's the problem, you know. And then the issue is if it gets to the floor, and if somebody raises objection it's dead is that gonna be a problem is this a special concern for some group of Americans who want to use this kind of a Bill to show their opposition to horse racing in general, you know, you get all sorts of things that pop up and it's hard to predict I know, this may sound I eve, but how much do you think small is this Bill is that these committee members are aware of the hand wringing going on about the deaths at Santa Anita. Elsewhere, and the industry's growing call for this bill's passage that I don't really know. My friend. I I'm not schooled on this particular Bill or the commerce committee's activities on it. So I can't tell you right now is you know, the house is beset with concerns about impeachment and high value investigations of the Trump administration. You know, there are dozens and dozens of investigations ramping up commerce is going to have some of them. You've got the census issue right now before the supreme court commerce has got a lot of business right now, not as much as judiciary not as much as government oversight. The big investigatory committee commerce has got some room on its calendar. Consider this, but you know, in the grand scheme of things where you got House Democrats talking about whether and how to impeach the president, this particular Bill just isn't going to shy that the best advantage for this Bill is to the download get. Ready to introduce it and pass it. They sure you've got all your is dotted and T's crossed. And just have it in your pocket ready to throw down if an opportunity arises, that's my best guess, the commerce committee may have other ideas for doing this. But I'm I'm thinking that this is a long shot that can benefit from sort of an accident of history. Something opens up a couple of days of ordinary businesses at sometimes called we're gonna see and take action on a number of bills before the Christmas recess and this could be a present that they might want forward. There will be some legislation passing. But it'll be with little notice, and it'll be at the end of the session before members go home where we're getting ready for brutal twenty twenty cycle. These members are going to be running hard. The Republicans are going to be running hard. And we got just a few moments of opportunity for it. So what would you? Say from racing perspective. But with the spe-, I you know, I think it would be in an Uber shot, but stranger things have happened mine that bird Giacomo won the Kentucky Derby at odds of fifty to one within the last fifteen years. So you never know. But this is a very sobering. Yet, very realistic. Look at something that racing people are hoping against hope becomes reality. Thank you so much for sharing this perspective with us, professor light. Very very interesting. Okay. Good luck to you best. Thanks to pull light Alexis. Delgado. And Andrea Blanco the battle over the fate of the Preakness got a lot more real. When the Maryland jockey club had this to say that seven thousand premium seats, just past the finish line will not be used on the facilities. One big day. It seems that part of the grandstand. The last that's ridge too old hilltop cannot support the weight. It's meant to hold the MJC hired engineers to assess the grandstands condition a step that euphemistically. I'd call fold the N J C, of course, would like the Preakness run at laurel located between charm city and DC, but Baltimore City officials are prepared to dig in their heels to preserve tax revenue and history. I'm really torn I understand the Baltimore point of view. But I also know that Pimlico is a dump Mike. 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"alexis delgado" Discussed on In The Gate
"She was fifty one to one when she upset champion. Jay walk last month, Ken gel, Trinh reproduced that magic in the Kentucky oaks. Plus, I've heard enough about the wise in the where of course of the horse racing integrity act. What is the chance that this Bill gets passed? We'll talk to a keen congressional observer about that on. This addition of in the gate. Ought to be. Off as they strive. This is in the gate ESPN's. Thoroughbred racing podcast. My name is Barry Abrams. You can follow me on Twitter at be Abrams voice or on Facebook at Barry Abrams voice. You can also get us on our YouTube channel by searching in the gate podcast. You can get us on soundcloud as well. Get us at the I tune store or tune in dot com. You can get us on that little pink pod catcher app on your phone. You didn't even know you had. And now you can subscribe to in the gate in the listen tab of the ESPN app for the full indicate experience of scribe now in the listen tab of the ESPN app, we all enjoy a good David versus Goliath story where unheralded outsider takes out the regal seemingly unbeatable superstar we've seen recently in Churchill Downs marquee races. Mine that bird and Giacomo at fifty to one winning the Kentucky Derby and to get to this year's Kentucky oaks and outsider name gel Trinh had to overcome last year's eclipse award winner. Two year old filly jaywalk fails to fire hair. As children now offers the challenge to cookie dough Kotido digging. Chiltern surging Joe trans-. Fifty one cookie tries to hold off these phone finish. It's a huge photo in the devan. Adele, jaywalks not involved. Not only was the winner sort of rags to riches story for children. But it was the first graded stakes victory for her trainer Alexis. Delgado. Just under two years ago in August of two thousand seventeen Delgado won his first race of any kind here in the United States after moving from his native Venezuela, Alexis Delgado joins us here on in the gay to talk about jell torn-. But since Mr. Delgado doesn't really speak English. We also have with us as a translator the man who recommended the Philly to him. Andrea blanco. Mr. Blanco is a former rider and fellow Venezuelan. He now consigns horses at the Ocala sales. Welcome gentle. Allman. Mr. Delgado, how did you feel when Gelin was coming down the lane and the devoted DAL and on also yet gonna add is he willing to say, meaning dream and. Only when he see feeling what's culminated hitting trying to win the raise it on the moment when he is. He doing but. He's saying that she had run fourth in each of her two previous races at Gulfstream this year. What made the difference for her this time and many other hundred? Got word say you wanna use on them. They'll raise the order from. He was like trying more. We're going to we'll chain training. Trying to nice day. And if he leaves basically was doing there in there. And everything. They way that he wants also the first two races were really just preps for the Devonian. Dale is that what he's saying? Yeah, he was trying like in giving like Bush shade of the because he was thinking the feeling got a lotta class, and she might have to win the onus take. Yeah. Why's it? No, MR Doug, are you chose not to run gel Trinh in another race after the Devonian, Dale. She could have run in the Gulfstream Parco or the Ashland stakes at Keeneland. So she'll be going into the Kentucky oaks with eight weeks of rest. What are your thoughts about that? Will that are when they finish the race feel that seemed you own energy like machine Nita? The Liz might not like recording Strom ate. I raised. Finding bang decide. What what he knew getting to God? Your for the kill and give it the only possible way. He comes ring like recover more king. Now, obviously you made the move here from Venezuela. You said Mr. dugout, oh that you had fulfilled your goals there. What were those goals? 'em summit. Okay. This Beijing burden on their first thing is visual gorge region. Down the dome Doma. They're like he wants a lot of day. But he he used to be good with babies over there. He won't internationalised a Caribbean in total that they're being stays crying. He wants to try and United States, even before she. Income maintain we hell we was in the beginning was people Walser. No, you get a lot because he's like he leaves every over there come here without we'd horses and few hailed and the only people that giving the twenty two hornet was me underline giving three horses he trained guy and the rebound Regan helping to. Even course trains and you start
"alexis delgado" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Samantha Siegel with extra hope and keep the storm's gonna try easy shot in here to figure give him another chance at what was he third in the sham fourth in the sham. So. There's your five for the Felipe. And of course, the big cap and everything else going on. I it's going to be a tremendous tremendous weekend of all the actually in not the take away from what happened this past weekend. But I I kind of. Really looking forward to tomorrow and not just to get the Tampa. But to get these these cards drawn, this is one of my favorite, really one of my favorite weekends, some years less. What to add last three we've been out in in California for? In this case. Because of the HP convention next week Clearwater. I thought let's let's Guam onto the Tampa's big day. There's the there's the opportunity, and then I mentioned yesterday superstate it's got a little bone bruise that I think I'm I mentioned this. So he's he's Kayode and apparently. Jinks fires also said that that gray attempt miss the little bit of time. But he thinks he could still get him ready for the Arkansas derby and really. If you hadn't seen that. Muccio? Muccio is going to head for the Bayshore. And and stick to it. It's a one turn sprinting for now. And you know, it's your feels like you're gonna see great when we get Churchill if it kind of feels like you'll see gray attempt in the pet day mile. Right. That that's that that feels. Intermediate term that that's that's where you're gonna get a little bit more has come out. About. The upset gel Trinh and. I guess I could try maybe we'll try, but it's gonna be maybe when we get down to Gulfstream for Florida derby in for the sale, but. From what I what I'm hearing Alexis. Delgado is English is not good. So I don't. I don't want to try it on the phone. Maybe we can get them. But I did see a really nice story. About his background a little bit came from obviously from Venezuela and other one of the outstanding oarsman and. This Philly this gel Trinh they've had they were pointing for this spot and. That forward move that that she had made in the previous, you know, the forward gal. And he said, she's nice oh horses. He's ever had. And. The back story involves. The consigners and. Helping you know or or giving him the suggestion? About. About how good. Gelson might turn out to be and. It's kind of fun these stories because this was not a expensive horse. And of course, I as we're getting off the air yesterday. I mentioned the the circumstance involving Hoffa's union waiting for final word about. The sale of of the union rags gelding who was so impressive last week at laurel. Also, a inexpensive purchase. And it's it's great. When kind of gives everybody some hope that that doesn't have. You know, mid six figures to spend and more on on their horseflesh standoff is going to join us next. We'll.
"alexis delgado" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"The he does that. And does it at a price that his backers had to be delighted with twenty one dollar when mutual and by the way, speaking of the wind Mutual's game builder performance from Nick. Building that ticket that three by two by six and that ticket very successful. And a lot of players that was almost two hundred for a buck. Try paid ninety seven to change for fifty cents. So close to two hundred for a buck, and then the double because of course, Zulu alpha did prove out and Mel mic Melnyk ran a tremendous race to the just just miss chasing Zulu alpha the wire and ran very very well. For Kevin it's art but great job by Nick. And I know a lot of players, especially after jaywalks miscue. And jaywalk kind of fits that. I started a reference some of the the toe stubbing that's gone on so far this year with horses coming back and. Conversation about that that one gap in in j what's Johnny? We were with Johnny and teen and I were at Philadelphia for the weekend. And we were with Johnny Gaylon Saturday. We'll talk Johnny obviously at the top our to Johnny said that he's he's he hates when there's any hiccups on these on these paths on these in oak. The roads to took Lori. And then there was that that little gap in jaywalks, preparations and John service. He it off and set it just. Probably just hope certainly that she needed it. And. It's funny. Seven horse a seven letter horse. Seven letter name starts with j Gelin if you were expecting if you're expecting that kind of a of a name, it wasn't shelter in that you expect it the funny thing about it is in that. The voter Dale if Jay walk was going to stubborn toe and not. Be ready and fall short not fire. Then really any of the others. There was I'm sorry. I maybe some people somehow were. You know, we're convinced of something that isn't readily apparent but virtually that whole field. That whole field any of them could've won. And. From a. From a point then stylistically. Once Jay walk. Failed to reach the front. And you realize there's going to be an upset here. Any of them go to one? So congratulations, Alexis Delgado yet another of the army. Of Venezuelan horsemen. And we love to have him. We'd love to have him on. But his English is not. Is not good so. Nope, ueno. And so we'll congratulate Alexis Delgado. The tap is our Philly. She was really good. And and, you know, having Lewis I is right now, you can't really go wrong. Either Sayas just powering everything home. Really? Really writing spectacularly well. And he picked up the well. A rare about that case the organ giving us a giving us a hiccup. So. I think I think we've warned that out after fifteen years of playing. But. What an ice win. This is for Doug Otto who does got got a handful of horses, and I don't know bunch. But yes, been winning, you know, eight nine ten percent for couple years. And it's obviously a big breakthrough win and edgy ran. Don't don't get yourself. He ran gel Chern. And from a purchase point. This was a seven thousand dollar Keeneland yearling. She broke her maiden at Calder for fifty. But then has been you know, keeping good company and she was only two lakes in the forward. Cow. You know, it's not like it's not like. She was beaten to polls. Pretty good effort. So those were the the three year old they track the vents the rest of the day. Day was. For the most part the to Chad Brown winners and. As Mike Welch suggested that can't be our park. He made he made his best bet. She was very good. And then of course, I think we all kind of expected press use in the Honey, FOX..
"alexis delgado" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Shooting death in Meridian, Mississippi has been identified as thirty nine zero diamond Stevens, a transgender woman of color, and this report and local media miss gender, Stephen, trans activists have preferrence trains. She use female pronouns from now all social media profiles. According to local outlet, there has to be a whole branch. Just trans activism that is just, can you please not miss gender people when they die? That's all they hope purpose. There's a whole branches just like a Rudo come out. What are you doing? Well, I'll just before the police say, yeah. Okay. Jottings Google every fucking hang else. Let let them. I do a crime if y'all won't go and faced pay to put pages in them up. Let let let let let Trayvon Martin Facebook pictures when he's not. He's the one who's day, not the one who did any crime, you know, like y'all go find that shit. We want to don't want to. But yeah, according to local alad WTO authorities, the call to the scene of a van crash on the evening of June eighteen. They discover Stevens fatally shot inside the vehicle. I don't really know what words to say other than we need God to help us and give us strength and make it through the situation, and we prayed to God that whoever did this is found and we get just from Stevens because George toad WTO k. as Mike is previously reported transform side to optimise gender by local media, law enforcement or their own families that Dez or they may not be out of transit. All which means a real number transfer side victims each year likely far higher than report suggests at the Stevens death, friends, family candles and released balloons at the site where body was frowned Kimberly. Steve is another cousin Stevens told WTI, okay. She hopes the community rally against violence claimed her has her cousin's life. I think the community needs to get together and stay in because we're all United was so work without us being together hours continue. It will always continue. Yeah. Stop me these stories before. My things like a lot of these stories are saying. All right. Let's see. How about this transgender? Teen hails. Puerto Rico burst ticket win at the fifteen year legal battle. Puerto Rico's government is now allowing transgender people on Allen to correct their birth certificate to reflect their gender identity. The change of faith in the US territory came into effect, July sixteenth, three months after land, legal, Brian, a federal lawsuit, Arroyo e versus Rosselli on bath. A three transient Puerto Ricans teenager, Daniela Arroyo Gonzales Victoria Rodriguez transgender mad and five g. is j g in the NGO Puerto Rico pot power told us, I guess, doesn't it pay on this? This fight began a long time ago. We finally succeeded Omar Gonzalez, pagan and attorney for Lambda legal, two thousand five, Alexis Delgado Hernandez, a transgender woman fat. I filed a suit to have. Are gender modified our birth certificate, driver's license. Her request is denied on the grounds that there would have to be a change in Puerto Rican legislation, land legal argued in his suit that the US district court for the district of Puerto Rico that the legal decision had no rational just justification in law practice years ago. Puerto Rico did not have the political capacity for this change. It was one other jurisdictions that riveted to change, say, Gonzalves, pagan. The state finally recognized identity, transgender people born in Puerto Rico, which is vital stepping discrimination of this community. They are finally respected their identity and dignity. There are still three stays in the United States, do not allow modification, Kansas is Tennessee across the country to policies for changing gender markets vary according to the transgender Law Center..