8 Burst results for "Lynch Stewart"
"lynch stewart" Discussed on Necessary Blackness Podcast
"Myself Amalie. And you talked about during his defense that they used the law in the law withdrawn inside the law is actually on a lot of people side when they go into these trials but seldom do they win is. Because of the jury now when we studied this case the jury makeup for this trial is very unique. And unlike no other especially during that time, we're talking about in the mid aids of the juries for this trial. There was no white jury. And the jury included ten blacks and out of those ten blacks for them was women, and there was one Hispanic man and one Hispanic woman and a lot of people look at this case as unique case because whenever we get arrested, and we go to trial. You know, they always tell you you have a right to trial. And to be judged by. Julia your peers, this was actually a jury of his peers because many of them came from the Bronx, they know the political climate they know about the police about the corruption and they rendered a just voting will let let me say this. Let's be clear to Justice system is not designed to be beneficial to us, you know, poor people. You know, what I'm saying or an specially in particular black in that Tinos and during this time today and during that time and throughout the history of America, the justices missed system to his laws is sound good. But the application of it when it comes to us as never really been good. And it wasn't good in the case of Larry Davis. So let's I need you to be clear that there was a lot of blood. On metaphorically speaking, probably literally to be shed in order to establish the jury that you speak up. It wasn't as simple as all. He's called. He's co he's always coal in Noah Alette. What what it was was that? And once again, people not just saying you, but people just assume that it's just simple when you fly in the there was there was situations where they was trying to put individuals that was onto juror that are either had a relationship where correction officers family members that was police officer. But it was to the work of William counselor and Lynch story in other lawyers that worked case to make sure that that didn't happen. Yeah. In fact, list, not Leng William kuntsler. Actually, I need this to be understood because I looked at the Trayvon Martin and sort of the different dynamic in his case. But when people. Seeing how you know the decision was made. They're not understanding that the prosecutor really didn't go hard and picking a jury that will be that would be more. Partial to the type of verdict that they were trying to get you know, in that happens over and over again, when I'm seeing how long it takes for someone to go straight, the trial, etc. Etc. Don't see that there's a huge fight in picking the right jury pool. So when you look at larrys case, and I tell people to study it all the time. You gotta understand that. There was a lot of fighting going on in order to establish the type of jury that we felt would be unbiased in rendering the right verdict. So. The jury picking of the jury took months and the highlight of it was consul actually going to jail for contempt or whatever because he wasn't allowing for them to place the wrong people on the jury and stuff like that. And this is before we actually begin in the trial. We're actually in the jury picking process that was essentially, no more. Yeah. Well, you know, we need to understand it because we have cases like that. Now, we have cases that are similar to. Larry's right now. You know, what I'm saying on either side of the corn you're saying, so it's like you have to take the time to fight for the right type of jury pool. So that you make sure that you get the right verdict. You know, and so in Larry's case, you know, that was essential to be able to beat the case make sure if you have a right to a jury of your peers someone living up river Riverdale, which is. The top upper part of the Bronx is not a jury of. Larry's peers, you know, what I'm saying. So you know, you gotta fight for that. And then you gotta take time to look at the background. There was some members of the jury in some of these cases and not just the Bronx jurisdiction, but also Manhattan. So there were people that were picked day themselves may have not been law enforcement. But you know, we were intelligent enough to know that we have to check the background of their relatives. So you had some who they had aunt father's uncle's kids that were in some way affiliated with law enforcement. So in that respect we felt like now, you know, you might not be filling. Larry simply because you know, you got. That's a cop. We don't want him on a jury. You know what I'm saying? And so, you know, we fought for it. And it wasn't like something that was just 'cause we wanted. It was just granted, you know, like, I said counselor actually went to jail because you know, he wild out and one of the instances where that that fight was taken place and consular is not the only one that went to jail. Lynn, Stu, it who was a freedom fighter activist and a lawyer. She was convicted after being forcibly charged with aiding embedded terrorists because she was representing the chic that was accused of the nineteen ninety three World Trade Center bombing. And she was actually sentenced to twenty eight months and doing her center send she said in open court, I can do twenty eight months standing on my head and what they did was they appealed her sentence. And the pellet court told the. Lower court that they need to resent her and subsequently they gave ten years and many of her supporters believe that this was in retaliation for her representing Larry Davis and helping him to beat his charges now me, and you we spoke off record. And you were selling me some things about Lynch steward. You Lou her personally, could you tell us your Fundus memory of Lynch Stewart, if you don't mind before that let me just let me just say something when she got the original charge with the Sheikh, let's be clean, she explained this. And you can you know, people can do the research to charge against her eight and a bed in a terrorist or so ridiculous. What it was was basically, and please do the research. So that you know, you get the actual facts is that in the court proceedings. They were all given. Gag order. They couldn't speak to the press. She was overseas and spoke to the press and on the basis of her speaking to the press, they acted as though she was giving information to other people that were out there in that. They call terrorists and stuff like that. So that's not has nothing to do with transferring information as the media tried to portray that's the actual thing that they tried to get on. So which is why they originally didn't really give much, but what happened was to do the Clinton administration, the attorney general then Janet Reno and Clinton they needed something to try and draw attention to make it look as though they were tough on crime. So Janet Reno was giving the instruction of find something. And the thing that she found was going after Lynn suet it and make using her making her an example, you know, and so. This comes straight from the President Clinton and administration, including Janet Reno. And she became a target of them that was that that was the one thing, but I can tell you that. And this is actual facts that, you know, it's not just the people saying Lynn Stewart herself came to Harlem follow in the death of Larry. And at one of the memorials we did after working in the highways in the by ways distributing flyers. And spreading the word and talking to speak to the people about Larry, she came and sat on our panel discussion and spoke for hours, and in that discussion, she stated that the prosecutor in her case said to
"lynch stewart" Discussed on KGO 810
"Minutes could save you fifteen percents or more. Nothing. You understand the new world. Order of the twenty first century. John Batchelor show. Hey, ted. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. I welcome Thaddeus McCotter and Andrew McCarthy, we're following the midterms and the midterms in Arizona turn out to be especially colorful because the democratic candidate the Senate hopeful who has pulled. Well, I believe and it's a very competitive race against Mick Sally. She has a colorful pass that connects with Andrew McCarthy is experience as a prosecutor against the cutthroats. This is back in the late twentieth century, especially a man named Omar Abdul Rochman no longer with us and an attorney who at the time. Lynn Stewart was in the news all the time. I miss this Andy. This was amazing to me when you publish the piece of national review online because I followed Lynn Stewart and to call her radical, lawyers and understatement. I did not know that she intersected with the now Democratic Senate hopeful in Arizona Kirsten cinema. How is what is their connection in the password is no longer with? With us. So we have to speak for her. Good evening to you. Andy. Good evening, John. Well after the blind shake was convicted Lynn. Got herself in her own mess. Lynn, by the way, had been the Lynch Stewart had been the blind shakes main defense lawyer at our prosecution of him, and his Jihadist cohort in nineteen ninety five and then in in the late nineties Lynn got herself jammed up as it were for helping the blind shake get messages communicated from him in his prison confinement to his Egyptian terrorist organization. D'amoto al-islamia the Islamic group in Egypt and Lynn herself ended up being prosecuted for material support to terrorism in the year two thousand to two thousand three and going forward. And that is where she intersects with Kirsten cinema who hosted her. At a couple of events at Arizona State University where MS cinema was studying law in two thousand three two thousand three that's the intersection. And at the time Lynn Stewart was not a small story. Maybe in New York. It was a very large story. Would there have been reason to believe that Arizona was fully import of formed of Lynn Stewart's activity? Oh, John the whole reason that she was being hosted is because she was as you say, very big story. She was a big national story, and she was a cause celebre of the of the radical left which pretended that she was being prosecuted for her labors as a defense lawyer for the blind shake, which interestingly an to me amusingly is the story that miss cinema is sticking with. I guess we should call a Representative cinema. She's the congresswoman from the ninth district of of Arizona. But you know, she continues to contend that. They were simply protecting or doing in favor of due process and war against the prosecution of wind Stewart because it was in a way criminalising the work of a criminal defense lawyer, which is an absurd position to take by the time. Lynn was transmitting messages for the blind shake out of the prison. The blind shake had long been convicted his appeals had run all of his ability to appeal to the court offer any relief had passed and Lynn was not performing the shake was not an accused under American law, and then was not performing the work of a criminal defense lawyer. She was performing the work of somebody who transmits messages for a Jihadist chief into his subordinates. Thaddeus? So what? Now, Representative cinema hope to get out of this arrangement. I think she'd like to stick our head in the sand. And pretend the Richmond never after index. I think this is a this is a situation, Thaddeus, where she was trying to put herself on the map politically and in her community and the the way to do that at the time. Was to appeal to her fellow radicals? And then when she thought that it was expedient in Arizona. To change spots as it were in order to rise, politically she metamorphosed as a. I guess you would call a moderate progressive, and that's the sheep's clothing. She's been in ever since the problem for her. I think is that she's now trying to go for statewide office rather than just her her her place that she had in the ninth district in Arizona and so much more competitive. There are many more is on it. There's a lot more money involved in it and her her past is catching up with her. Let's be very specific Andy for people who are not listen with us in the late twentieth century the blind shake he was convicted for participating in the attack the first attack on the World Trade Center, and though that attack did not leave the mass casualties. It could have as I recall that explosion was capable of causing mass casualties. It did not bring down the building. Because maybe we just got lucky the first time. That's exactly right. John was a fourteen hundred pound chemical explosives. That the jihadists not only composed with an idea of knocking one of the towers of the of the World Trade Center as it appeared at the time into the other tower, they also attempted to aerate cyanide in the course of the explosion. They had hydrogen tanks and a and cyanide. With the bomb, and the idea was that one exploded the hope was that the tanks would explode, and they would be able to kill people not only at the epicenter of the explosion. But also berry remote they were hoping to kill ten thousand people, and the fact that they only killed six remains one of the really major miracles of modern time, and it's not it's not rational to conclude that cinema did not know this connection between the blind shake, and the attempted mass murder of Americans and her hosting store that would have been entirely available for cinema at the time. I think the only reason that Lynn was a notable John was because of that representation, and the reason that she was particularly famous or infamous, depending on your perspective of it at the time was because she was under indictment. This was very publicly known. She was under indictment for helping the blind shake, basically, run, his Egypt terrorist organization. So if you would go through the the the labors of hosting her it would be because she had this notoriety a minute, Thaddeus. Go ahead. Oh, it sounds very akin to the radical chic we saw throughout the sixties where the lawyer who does something wrong. Done something wrong. Then becomes a cost to love. It seems analysis in the situation doesn't it? Not only does. Thaddeus? I think that Lin had her roots in in precisely that group of radical lawyer subtracting sixty she worked closely with with Bill counselor who of course, was one of the lawyers on the Chicago Seven so. Yeah, it all goes back. I think to the same thing Andrew McCarthy writing the national review online. This is about a Senate contest that is right now, we're looking at the midterms Kirsten cinema is the Democratic Senate hopeful and mixed mixed. Sally. A Margaret MC Sally. Is that correct? Thaddeus? Martha Martha mix Sally is the Republican candidate. But Andrew McCarthy is done us the favor of connecting some of the dots that perhaps MS cinema will explain before or after the election. Thaddeus McCotter WJR, the great voice of the Great Lakes. 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"lynch stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"A L or Washington comes to talk. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. I welcome Thaddeus McCotter and Andrew McCarthy, we're following the midterms and the midterms in Arizona turn out to be especially colorful because the democratic candidate the Senate hopeful who has pulled. Well, I believe and it's a very competitive race against mix. Sally. She has a colorful pass that connects with Andrew McCarthy is experience as a prosecutor against the cutthroats. This is back in the late twentieth century, especially man, named Omar Abdel Rochman no longer with us and an attorney who at the time. Lynn Stewart was in the news all the time. I miss this Andy. This was amazing to me when you publish the peace at national review online because I followed Lynn Stewart and to call her a radical lawyer is an understatement. I did not know that she intersected with the now democr-. Senate hopeful in Arizona Kirsten cinema. How is there? What is their connection in the past? And Lynn Stewart is no longer with us. So we have to speak for her. Good evening to you. Andy. Good evening, John. Well after the blind shake was convicted Lynn. Got herself in her own mess. Lynn, by the way, had been the Lynch Stewart had been the blind shakes main defense lawyer at our prosecution of him, and his Jihadist cohort in nineteen ninety five and then in in the late nineties Lynn got herself jammed up as it were for helping the blind shake get messages communicated from him in his prison confinement to his Egyptian terrorist organization. D'amoto all Islamia, the Islamic group in Egypt and Lynn herself ended up being prosecuted for material support to terrorism in the year two thousand to two thousand three and and going forward, and that is where she intersects with Kirsten cinema who hosted her. At a couple of events that Arizona State University where the cinema was studying law in two thousand three two thousand three that's the intersection. And at the time Lynne Stewart was not a small story. Maybe New York. It was a very large story. Would there have been reason to believe that arrow Zona was fully import of formed of stores activity? Oh, John the whole reason that she was being hosted is because she was as you say, very big story. She was a big national story, and she was a cause celebre of the of the radical left which pretended that she was being prosecuted for her labors has a defense lawyer for the blind shake, which interestingly an to me amusingly is the story that MS cinema is sticking with. I guess we should call a Representative cinema. She's the congresswoman from the ninth district of of Arizona. But you know, she continues to contend that. They were simply protecting or doing in favor of due process and war against the prosecution of wind Stewart because it was in a way criminalising the work of a criminal defense lawyer, which is an absurd position to take. By the time Lynn was transmitting messages for the blind shake out of the prison. The blind shake had long been convicted his appeals had run all of his ability to appeal to the court for any relief had passed and Lynn was not performing the shake was not an accused under American law and Lynn was not performing the work of a criminal defense lawyer. She was performing the work of somebody who transmits messages for a Jihadist chieftain to his subordinates. Thaddeus? What am now Representative cinema hope to get out of this arrangement? I think she'd like to stick our head in the sand and pretending Richmond. Never actually, I think this is this is the situation. Thaddeus, where she was trying to put herself on the map, politically and in our community and the the way to do that at the time. Was to appeal to her fellow radicals? And then when she thought that it was expedient in Arizona. To change spots as it were in order to rise, politically she metamorphosed as a. I guess you would call a moderate progressive, and that's the sheep's clothing. She's been in ever since the problem for her. I think is that she's now trying to go for statewide office rather than just her her her place that she had in the ninth district in Arizona and so much more competitive. There are many more is on it. There's a lot more money involved in it and her her past is catching up with her. Let's be very specific Andy for people who are not list with us in the late twentieth century the blind shake he was convicted for participating in the attack the first attack on the World Trade Center, and though that attack did not lead to mass casualties. It could have as I recall that explosion was capable of causing mass casualties. It did not bring down the building. Because maybe we just got lucky the first time. That's exactly right. John was a fourteen hundred pound chemical explosives. That the jihadists not only composed with an idea of knocking one of the towers of the of the World Trade Center as it appeared at the time into the other tower. They also attempted to air rate cyanide in the course of the explosion. They had hydrogen tanks and cyanide. With the bomb, and the idea was that winter exploded, the hope was that the tanks would explode, and they would be able to kill people not only at the epicenter of the explosion. But also, very remote. They were hoping to kill ten thousand people, and the fact that they only killed six remains one of the really major miracles of modern time, and it's not it's not rational to conclude that cinema did not know this connection between the blind shake, and the attempted mass murderer of Americans and her hosting store that would have been entirely available for cinema at the time. I think the only reason that Lynn was in notable John was because of that representation. And and the reason that she was particularly famous or infamous, depending on your perspective of it at the time was because she was under indictment. This was very publicly known. She was under indictment for helping the blind shake, basically, run his Egyptian terrorist organization. So if you would go through the the the labors of hosting her it would be because she had this notoriety a minute, Thaddeus. Go ahead. Oh,.
"lynch stewart" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Nine forty-one. Thanks for hanging out three things. I think you need to know number. One MC Sally's now up forty seven forty one forty seven forty one. In the latest poll between her and Kirstin cinema. Here's some bad news about her past coming out because listen Kirstin is the the people that you saw act like idiots and maniacs last week the supreme court Chason Republicans down cornering and elevators chase him at a restaurant. That's Cureton cinema. That's what you're going to get. If you vote for her. And that's what she was. That's what she is back in three. She had she she was the co founder of anti war group local to global Justice. She invited twice a lawyer Lynch Stewart who was put in prison sentenced ten years because she was a she represented a terrorist. The blind Sheikh, I'll do Rochman and she was passing information from rock Mont whose terrorists to commit terrorist attacks, and that's accused in cinema invited in for meetings. I have more on our Facebook page a lot of bad things coming out about Pearson's past second thing. I think you need to know Anne Kirkpatrick. Oh did a debate with Liam Marquez Peterson the only one yesterday we played highlights throughout the show. And she basically says I want open borders. If families want to have a better life, these people to come right into the country. Not a problem there. She wants gun control. She wants Medicare for all. In her proudest vote was four ObamaCare. That's an Kirkpatrick for you. Third thing. I think you need to know house majority leader. Kevin McCarthy is going to choose a Bill this week that would fully fund the Trump border wall. Twenty three point four billion with nothing else attached to it. Well, no, nothing negative. No, no deals to give anybody amnesty, right? Twenty three point four billion. That's what includes as well as other enforcement measures that have already passed the house. It's called build the wall enforce the law act. And this is all by the way. Well, three things I think you need to know more on this with the Joe Scarborough, just a second. Macarthur, really wants to be the speaker of the house. That's what he's going for. He's going against Jim Jordan. So, you know, this is competition. Jim Jordan is a real conservative guy. Kevin McCarthy is kind of an establishment guy. So Jim Jordan is making. He's competition. He's making Kevin McCarthy become better unless you just don't trust it. It's up whatever McCarthy's in on the Trump agenda, though. He likes the dawn. There's nothing in this. That would do anything for the Dacca recipients amnesty. Nothing like that at all the Bill would just be about enforcement and border security only. That's it. You need sixty votes though, to to make this thing happened in the Senate, but Mitch McConnell could change the Senate rules. He hasn't done it yet. Republicans could pick up five at least five more seats in the Senate. Wouldn't that be incredible? It would be near sixty. But they wouldn't have sixty you know, every Democrat's gonna vote against it. So good old michi- needs to just change the damn rules. So the house could pay could pass this Bill late this year. And it needs to become law. Bird to become law. The Senate needs to go for it this year it will invade if it's not it would have to go again next year pass early next year. So that's why they're wanting. They're they're doing this now and saying bone Republicans we want to get this passable Republican. And they're hoping that happens that's a big frigging deal. So we've that which is nice. Let's play. Joe Scarborough really quick remember fifty nine if you don't mind, right? Fifty nine you have we just played the the story from NBC news where this dorky NBC news. Reporter Jacob sober off trying to get young people at UC Irvine to register to vote democrat asking who's going to register to vote. None of them are finally when goes I will what's important you school nothing about Russia. Now, I don't care about that. I don't watch the news. I don't watch it. But you know, what? Once those young people can't show. Can't catch one of a show like this. You don't if you're gonna listen. Oh my God. Yeah. Anyway. Young people just don't vote. That's why I thought it was hilarious of the media was just just breathless about their fawning over Taylor swift telling people her her gazillion people on social media, right? Her gazillion people registered to vote. I don't like the Republican vote. Democrat Taylor's telling everybody to do this and immediate acting like this will make a difference. All the young people saying, I'm not gonna registered to vote. Now. I may or may not now I don't really know a lot and even dopey Joe Scarborough into this. Remember, Joe Scarborough was Republican congressman in the nineties is just to sell up for a paycheck. I want you to hear number fifty nine Scarborough talked after seeing this report by Jacob sober. Listen. I always had I had younger kids younger people in my district. Always asking why only advertised on talk radio when I did radio. Why didn't I why didn't I advertise on stations that younger voters listen to and I said you don't vote. Oh, I could do it. But I'd be wasting my money. I'm here to talk to you to try to get you to vote. But yeah, it is remarkable that these students that have crushing that that are going to have crushing debt when they get out of college that have crushing of debt from what the federal government's dumping on them that are growing up in America that is it could be radically different than what they expected back to the roots of America's remain Justice disengage today as always. So apparently, the Taylor swift effect is going to have no effect. Shocking. Millennials. They're citing for the Democrats. They'll be the difference. Yeah. Right. They never or whatever me a break. Get out of here. So anyway, we have that I want you to hear one more of an Kirkpatrick and Kirkpatrick at one point years ago had an a rating from the NRA, do, you know, that she changed her mind, though, fifty three this is an important thing and Kirkpatrick Fifty-three listen to this. The Gabby giffords was a mentor me to me in the legislature and also in congress, and I it was a law clerk for John role. In fact, he had just come back and visited with me right before the shooting. So I was devastated. When Gaby was shot. Gabe Zimmerman was killed. John role was killed. And I have changed my votes the way I. Address gun violence and part of the program. Moms demand action, I know mom's here tonight. Thank you moms for being here. So because one nutjob Jared Goff ner his parents couldn't control him campus. Police kicked them off Pima community colleges campus. He had voices talking to he's mentally he's mentally ill. One mentally ill guy goes off the rails because he's mentally ill the rest of us. Well, we can't have the guns that we want because at one mentally ill guy. That's an for Halloween and Kook Patrick like that. It's kinda funny. Crazy cat lady. She just looks like it. So she does. So that's an Kirkpatrick for you. I mean, I think we played enough today. Did we miss any other unbelievable wants from played throughout the show because it's oh, let's let's do the climate change or this is the best. Okay. This is another forty two really quick forty two. And then more stuff to do and Kirkpatrick number forty to listen to this. I believe the science behind climate change. The defense department believes it. It's been said it's the biggest existential threat to the planet. Oh, yeah. We should have done something about it twenty years ago on, but we really have something. Now, we have to lower fossil fuel emissions and Tucson's got great face for this because we should be using alternative energy. We should be the solar capital of the world. Yeah. Right here in Tucson. Gabby giffords was working on that. I want to pick up that effort. Because we can do it. Let's stop using fossil fuel. Let's convergence energy wind solar natural gas where it makes sense. Now, let's make everything more expensive. Hey, hey, hey, hey, that let's make everything more expensive. Let's stop using. Let's make it happen. Oh, I believe in. This course again this. So I get mad. No follow up from the people on that panel. Like, well, you just issued a report saying we have twelve years to change. But they also said in the report that extreme weather is not happening because of greenhouse gas emissions. There's no more drought. No more flooding, the greenhouse gas emissions have nothing to do with it. And what about why are we talked about yesterday going back decades with all the scare tactics about this is it this is the time nothing. What's her name? I want you to thirty one let the question there. Thirty one leeann Marquez Peterson give a Bs answer on this. Instead of just saying, no, you know, what thirty one thousand scientists that say there's no such thing as manmade global warming enough of this stuff. It's not proven it you to actually put a question claims. It is proven. It is science science is definitive. There's nothing definitive about this. But no, she didn't say that. Listen, you accept the science of climate change. And because if you jerk what are you willing to do to act on that in that? Body of knowledge from climate scientists I think it's a delicate balance between growing a company in the environmental regulations that are put in place and not having them overreach. But I think it is a very delicate balance it must be met. So she didn't want to say anything too bad. She wants to say anything like I don't when she could back it up with actual facts..
"lynch stewart" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Ninety Tucson's. Most stimulating talk seven forty on this Trump day. Thank you for hanging out Garrett Lewis with you three things, I think you need to know. Number one latest ABC fifteen OH predictive insights, Paul has mcsally up forty seven forty one over cinema is it because of the Kavanagh's at the cavenaugh bounce is it because people are starting to realize Kingston cinemas a radical nut stories coming out about cinema today that she back in six compared the deaths of our brave soldiers on the battlefield to illegal aliens trying to cross our border illegally and then nice. She also it oh nine said that well, I'm against all immigration laws, which is not what she portrays today because she's a she's always you liar. And then on top of that in two thousand three it's come out, Fox News as a story. It's on my Facebook page, she tried to set up meetings with her antiwar groups. She wanted to have a a. A lawyer that got busted and sentenced to ten years in prison. For passing messages for terrorist. Client, Lynch, Stewart, she she wanted. Lynn Stewart who was passing messages from her terrorists client terror leader, Abdul rock, Mon to his followers to commit terror attacks. Here's cure said she's innocent. And she said up to meetings with her. Second thing. I think you need to know anchor. Patrick had a big debate with Liam Marquez Peterson yesterday. Patrick, the damn Lia the Republican and admitted that she wants no wall. She wants amnesty wants to keep ObamaCare live at your proudest vote believes in climate change. She she also wants Medicare for all and wants families that want to come here for better lives. They should be allowed to do it. Only crap third thing. I think you need to know Kevin McCarthy. House majority leader Republican has a Bill he's gonna introduced to fully fund Trump's wall for twenty three point four billion dollars. Now, it has to get through the Senate probably won't this time, you need sixty votes. There Republicans are making this a big big midterm voting point. So I hope it works. They could reintroduce again next year to in the new congress start. So hopefully, this will happen now McConnell, by the way can change us needing just fifty one votes. I hope he does three things. I think you need to know. All right. So the Arizona Democratic Party, you gotta love these guys. I mean, you really do do, you know? I happen to see a tweet that they sent out yesterday. And he did it while the Kirkpatrick and and NIA marquess Peterson debate was happening. They tweeted out yesterday. And I believe I retweeted I'll read it to you that you're ready. Please and Kirkpatrick believes Arizona can secure the borders without building a wall targeting productive working people for deportation or separating children from their families. So she can secure the border without a wall. She doesn't say how to secure the border, then amnesties the way. But you're right. You're ready for this not illegal aliens productive working people? That's the new term for legal Elliott's. She doesn't want to target productive working people for deportation. Well, the only productive working people targeted for deportation or people that are here illegally. So the Arizona Democratic Party now has a new term to call illegal aliens productive working people. Words matter. I mean productive working people are not lawbreakers. Productive working people only add to this country productive working people deserve a fair shot a fair chance right productive workman. Not never say the word illegal aliens or illegal immigrant. Nope. Productive working people. Wow. There you go on that note since you're listening since you're here. Let's hear an let's go back to the highlights. We have so many let's start with number forty. The can't play these enough number forty. This is an on border could border security. Here we go I visited with the mayor's. Douglas, Sierra vista even Republican business. People said, they don't wanna wall. A wall is not the answer. We need comprehensive immigration reform that protects dreamers DACA recipient, but not a wall. So there you go the best way to secure the border. Protect Americans is to build a wall and the best way to protect Americans as give amnesty to Dacca and dreamers that does that make sense. Of course, no follow ups by geniuses asking the questions on Arizona public media. So I never invite me. Okay. I'd like to hear your follow up question to that. What exactly do you mean? Exactly, what does that mean? Anyway. Let's do more. Stop yelling. I'm sorry. Sorry. Sorry, number forty three number forty three. This is what she believes. You're ready for this one. Here we go I support DACA recipients, I support dreamers. I had an immigration working to address immigration reform. And I always started my meetings with testimonies from dreamers, DACA recipient three or four different ones. Each time their stories are so emotional. Oh, yeah. So impactful, and in so many cases tragic that I thought, you know, if Capitol Hill could hear these stories we'd get immigration reform done. So I introduced legislation to allow dreamers to work on Capitol Hill. And I want to do that again. Yeah. I wanna legal to work on Capitol Hill. Everything's for legal. She doesn't care about Americans doll for legals. Oh, it's tragic my follow up and have you heard any tragic stories from people that have lost family members to legal aliens, any of those stories, no. Let's continue you need to hear this stuff. Forty four. This is strange. Let's go with it. Deposit near the borders. Only secure when the people who live there feel that secure the hell does that mean? Me. I don't wanna wall. It's only secure people live their seat secure. Let me tell you. The ranchers don't think it secure genius as. Yeah. Exactly. And then the Davis is they don't think it's secure. Let's continue and I know ranchers along the border who feel that the president's policies are are inflaming the issue. What's policy of separating children from their parents is horrible horrible, gut wrenching, painful policy. A black eye on our country the rest of our history. Posit I had read. So is it not horrible and the people send their kids up by themselves. An this'll be again my follow up. This is why nobody wants to come on the show because we deal in actual frigging facts and nothing else. Hey, and have you heard about the actual fraud at the border from people claiming to be parents of these kids, and they're not? Have you not heard of that? Because the story just came out like last week about that. It was forty percent. I believe in the Washington Times forty percents it shooting up like crazy. The amount of people that say, oh, these are my kids, and they're not the kids. They're not they're good. They've no relation. Let's continue. How are you asking a question? My yelling at somebody. You stop it. I have three grandchildren under the age of three and the fact that they would ever be separated against their will from their parents and put in the hands of stranger. I can't I can't bear to even think about that. What they go back. Beds. What? All right here, we go. Okay. I have three grandchildren under the age of three. And the fact that the aim would ever be separated against their will from their parents and put in the hands of stranger. I can't I can't bear to even think about that. I don't hang on. So what if your daughter committed a crime, we're to go to prison? Nothing. They're nothing there. Okay. Let's continue. I don't know how these families are coping with it. We've got to stop that policy. We've got to pass border policies that are share main and legal what this administration is doing in Jemaine an illegal really Washington Times October second which is last week. You're.
"lynch stewart" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Can AM seven hundred Tucson's. Most stimulating talk three things. I think you need to know number one. Yes. It right now. The latest ABC fifteen OH predictive insights, Paul has mixed Sally up six over cinema forty-seven forty one. And it's not good for cinema. As a couple of stories have come out that are not good one. We'll get to this. She was organizing meetings for people to hang out with a terrorist sympathizing, a lawyer who got busted for helping well terrorist attacks happen. And then I said you explain that one away. Also, she back in her radical days, and she's still a radical. She tries to hide it by dressing like a normal person. What does that mean a person that's on? We're gonna pink to to a green hair. That's what it means. She also compared American soldiers dying to people crossing our border illegally in dying. Not good for Kirstin. Second thing. I think you need to know big debate last night between Liam Marquez Peterson their Republican and anchor Patrick the democrat for CD to accelerate old seat, and and Kirkpatrick showed her true colors. I give it to her for being honest. She wants no border wall, but amnesty for Dacca recipients and dreamers. She also wants Medicare for all and said, she's extremely proud of her votes for ObamaCare. That's why she's running to make sure ObamaCare stays alive. She says the the stories from the dreamers are just tragic, and that's why she wants to work for them and everything else and. Yeah. And also, the January shooting made her change and want gun control. Just some of the things she stands for. She is not in step with the mainstream as they say third thing. I think you need to know Kevin McCarthy Republican congressman the house majority leader leader, according to Breitbart news, they had the story, and it was confirmed. He is going to introduce a Bill that would fully fund Trump's border wall. Twenty three point four billion with nothing else in it, no strings attached. Or I give us this. We'll give you Dacca. We'll give you nothing. They wanna make it a mid-term referendum twenty three point four billion. Now, it'd probably pass the house, but it has to get through the Senate, we need sixty votes. Let's Mitch wants to change it to fifty but they wanna make this a midterm thing to make even more Republican squad and vote and say man, you're gonna because if they could reintroduce us again. Once the new congress starts in January. I think that's the plan three things. I think you need to know. I wish they didn't wait till now to do this. But they wanna use it to try to get people out there to motivate them, even more to go. Go vote, which is pretty cool. Pretty cool. So Martha's up forty seven forty one. Now, the lead continues to grow not looking good for Kirstin cinema. And there's a story. I put it on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Garrett Lewis radio like it and follow it. I also I also. Put it on my Twitter account at gear. Lewis on Twitter tweeted it out. Fox News has the story. Senate damn hopeful Kirstin cinema promoted events, featuring convicted terror lawyer, excuse me. Yeah. There was a terrorist lawyer that was convicted for aiding and Islam, est terrorist organization and its leader. Can you believe that? A lawyer her name is Lynn Stewart. Lynn, stuart. Let me take you back. Here's the cinema. Apparently was a co founder of an activist group called local to global Justice. We've talked about that where she. She she ragged on American soldiers. She called them terrorist. She compared she said our American soldiers are committing terror in the Middle East. That's what she said Kirstin cinema. So she's a co this activist group local to global Justice the two two. She invited people in a now closed. Yahoo group to attend two events with a woman named Linda Stewart, these two events are in two thousand and three Lynn Stewart at the time of the invite was already charged with helping her former client Islamic radical terrorists, Omar op del rock Mon. She was charged with helping that guy radical terrorists. She helped pass on secret messages to his followers to commit terror attacks. This will again, do you understand what I'm saying? She literally was caught she would take notes and direction from her terrorist. Client, Omar, Omar, Abdel Rochman and she would pass them onto his followers. So they could commit terror attacks. And this woman was invited to events that Kirstin cinema organized. Let's hear from this woman who is helping terror attacks happen. And she wants to be your Senator. How do you? Explain this one away. Mon was charged and sentenced to life in the nineteen nineties for plotting to blow up the UN and FBI building tunnels and a bridge in New York City, and this woman was helping him achieve those tried to achieve those goals and Kirstin cinemas like I like you lunch. Come talk to my people at our at our at group local to global Justice in the first events. Invite cinema said the lawyer was quote emphatically, not guilty, and quote, don't you love that? And would not have been charged with the crime. If it weren't for the hastily enacted Patriot Act. Yeah. That extent expanded our government's power to surreal people and catch Lynne. Stewart was right after nine eleven. Cinema posted prior to the eleventh prouder September eleventh and the hastily enacted enacted at Patriot Act. Lynn Stewart never would have been indicted at all she added last April F B, and this is in two thousand three last April FBI agents, arrested Stewart at her Brooklyn home as they took her away in handcuffs, the FBI invaded and search term had an office her crime doing her job for the past twenty-seven years as an outspoken criminal defence lawyer. The second event that she invited Stewart to came just days later after the first cured again Lynn Stewart took messages from her terrorist client and passed them to his followers. They commit Terex and Kirstin suet and cinema thought that that was just fine. Just fine. Cinema's description of Stewart was not particularly accurate two years after events the events in Arizona Stewart was convicted when Stewart convicted of aiding the radical Egyptian cleric to pass on secret messages to a US designated terror group called the Islamic group. So. We're cinema said she would be innocent. She would never be indicted. She didn't do anything wrong. She's emphatically not guilty that secure Ston cinemas said about this woman. You'll Stewart was initially sentenced to Twenty-eight months in prison. But in two thousand ten re-sentence for ten years. The federal judge said Stewart also committed perjury and lacked remorse after her first hearing. She eventually was released in twenty th two thousand thirteen due to her medical condition and died last year. And Kirstin cinema. Said that she was not guilty. This lady was such a sicko. This Lynn Stewart. She literally lacked remorse after she got caught passing on instructions from her terrorist client to other little terrorists to carry out terrorist attacks. How do you recover from this? You add up all of the the I mean just horrific things from the past the the two. The fact that she called our soldiers terrorists they're committing acts of terror in the Middle East to try and look out for adults that got caught paying for sex with child prostitutes. What are they didn't know they were underage? That's what she said. There's so many horrible things and. If Martha wasn't such a bad candidate. It would be like seventy five to twenty five at this particular point because there are some people that just don't pay attention. Right. But at least Martha's up by six whether it's the cavenaugh affect I don't know. That's that's driving people to say, I'm gonna vote Republican because Democrats are just bad. So Martha's just getting that by default. I I don't know. But this this cinema is just awful. By the way, this Lynch Stewart who again was invited to to events organized by Houston cinema. She helped this rock Mon. He's the blind Sheikh guy. She helped him between nineteen ninety seven and two thousand two to pass instructions to his terror groups followers. Bloomberg news reported Rochman relied on Lynn, Stewart and two other people. Withdraw his group's support for the ceasefire with the Egyptian government after its nineteen Ninety-seven terror attack that left sixty two people dead. Fox News broke this story. Shockingly, the cinema campaign did not respond to Fox News is repeated requests for a comment. It shouldn't even be frigging close, right? Shouldn't be close. Would you like to comment on this? Eight eight zero eight zero five six seven eight and it's on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Gary Lewis radio like it and follow it. But we're not done there. That's just the beginning of the bad news. For Kirstin cinema. Oh, there's more. Having the goal to compare our soldiers, our military members dying in battle, comparing them dying in battle. Two people crossing our border illegally and dying. Really? That's what you're going with. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. That's coming up seven eighteen..
"lynch stewart" Discussed on We're No Doctors
"Can charge what i want and out honestly that was one of the big selling points for me with your sliding scale i was i can't afford dm yeah you can't have something like this it's really important to pay for this and it's important it is a priceless practice but it is also if i had the money it would have been totally worth paying thousands of dollars to learn yeah there needs to be an exchange in order to sort of honor it and and value it and invest in it and you're paying for my time as my availability is a teacher but that being said it shouldn't be unaccessible to waiters and it should be unaccessible teachers and so i you know i find that the way i'd do it works for me and you know what when people come and learn from me they're learning exact i'm teaching them exactly what maharishi mahesh yogi taught my teacher yeah i have a friend named store cornfeld who's he's a producer he works works with ben stiller his production company and for years i was just there was just something charismatic about him that end he's just like the he's like this little unassuming you know guy and who you've seen in movies and he's the he's the boss at the fish and chip restaurant and fast times at ridgemont high really campbellton show some spirit where you're that guy he's also the cab driver in old school when luke wilson gets in the cab and he's like hey there's no seatbelt back here what do you recommend idea coder forgo i recommend you stop being such a pussy that sort known him for years but there's always just been something like calming about him and i'm like i love being around that dude and it was only like four or five years ago that someone told me that he meditates and he he would have a special room in the office where they were where he he'd come to work in the morning and he would disappear for about twenty minutes and was just some he was never seemed upset he always seemed happy always and that was always something that drew me towards meditation is like i want what this guy has this guy seems totally in tune it's bliss consciousness yeah and also he learned because of david lynch stewart was a producer on i want to say the elephant man it was like his first producing job is either elephant men or a racer head i i want to say can you imagine producing a racer at mill i want to say it's probably elephant man right but when he when he met with david lynch first job he was young yeah bay basically the bottom line was david lynch wouldn't hire him unless he was a meditators funny i have a lot of when he just didn't redid twin peaks i have a lot of students in that which yeah yeah a lot of friends in the yeah there's a lot of i was surprised how many of my students actually made it in there any must like that i wonder if he asks people if they meditate are i don't know but it's i mean it's not a bad now wrister eastwood i think is is a i think he's always been a meditative to true yeah and i think it's one of the reason why he works from nine to five so nine to five director and then he calls it quit he doesn't you know thousand years old right but i heard he pays well and works and you only work nine to five which is really that's so funny and yeah i guess i can see that yeah i also recommend you know to people who meditate or thinking about it to listen to david lynch's audiobook right you ching the big fish the book is great i just love hearing in his voice there's something very relaxing i when i was working on this i would get up and i would meditate and it came to me one day while i was drinking a milkshake yeah and i love hearing as i we went outside to smoke a cigarette and i put my hand on my friend's car and the warmth of the sun on the paint filled me with such interviews like yeah this guy is awesome he's amazing the book really that.
"lynch stewart" Discussed on Super Station 101
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