DML Morning Briefing March 13th

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Today is March 13. Below are some of the stories grabbing headlines this morning. I hope you share this briefing as doing so will make you the smartest person in the room. And don’t forget to download the free DML App from the Google Play or Apple App Store to remain connected to me throughout the day.

1. St. Louis homicide detective blows whistle on Soros-backed DA’s ‘concerted effort to break down the system’
FoxNews–A former St. Louis homicide detective and 26-year veteran on the force, said a George Soros-backed district attorney, Kimberly Gardner, placed him on an infamous “exclusion list,” which bars officers from being involved in crucial portions of criminal justice proceedings.

Roger Murphy retired in 2021, approximately two years after he said he was put on an exclusion list which made him feel like a sitting duck. As an excluded officer, Murphy would have to ask other officers to file his paperwork to Gardner’s office – such as arrest and search warrants, as well as grand jury subpoenas, he said.

Murphy said he left law enforcement for his own sanity. He added that he would not recommend young people become officers. “It’s not worth it,” he said.

Gardner’s office will even decline to prosecute cases brought forward by some officers on the exclusion list if they were considered essential witnesses and the case could not move forward without their testimony. Some officers who have been placed on the list are victims of shootings, according to KSDK. A local police union told the outlet that it was concerned whether those excluded officers would be able to see justice if they are prohibited from being essential witnesses in criminal cases.

Ryan Lynch: Soros wants to destroy America, and increasing crime is one way to do it. We need an overhaul of the District Attorneys’ office in the United States.

2. Oscar-Winning ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Director Defends Drag Queens and Drag Children: ‘A Threat to Nobody’
Breitbart–In the evening’s most explicitly political moment, Everything Everywhere All at Once co-director Daniel Scheinert defended drag queens and drag children while accepting his Oscar for best director Sunday at the 95th annual Academy Awards.

A clearly excited Daniel Scheinert thanked his parents during his speech: “Thank for you not squashing my creativity when I was making really disturbing horror films, or really perverted comedy films, or dressing as drag as a kid, which is a threat to nobody!”

Scheinert appeared to allude to the controversy surrounding drag shows for children, with states including Tennessee passing laws prohibiting the often raunchy and sexually explicit performances in front of minors.

Ryan Lynch: What a freak.

3. ‘It doesn’t help them make their case’: Moment heavily-armed Mexican military and US border officers repel more than 1,000 migrants who stormed El Paso bridge
DailyMail–Heavily-armed Mexican military and US Customs and Border Protection officers were manning the El Paso border on Sunday evening after ‘at least a 1,000’ migrants unsuccessfully tried to rush a checkpoint.

Video shared by Fox News reporter Bill Melugin showed the ‘bilateral show of force’ on the border, which included armed security forces in riot gear, barbed wire, concrete blocks and mesh fence on the Paso Del Norte Bridge.

It was shared hours after different footage showed hordes of migrants charging past a line of Mexican officials at the border between Juarez, Mexico, and El Paso, Texas.

Ryan Lynch: Why charge the bridge when the entire border is open?

4. Xi could visit Russia next week, sources say, as Bakhmut battle rages
Reuters–Chinese President Xi Jinping is planning to visit Russia as soon as next week, people familiar with the matter said on Monday, while Moscow and Kyiv both reported intense fighting in the war’s bloodiest battle over the eastern city of Bakhmut.

A visit by Xi next week, days after he secured a third term as China’s leader, would come sooner than previously expected. Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has already publicly invited Xi to Moscow without specifying a date, would be likely to portray it as a show of support for Russia’s war on Ukraine.

The sources briefed on the matter declined to be identified given the sensitivity of the issue. China’s foreign ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment and the Kremlin declined to comment.

Ryan Lynch: China is currently meddling with Latin American countries, just finished bartering a peace agreement between Iran and Saudia Arabia, and is planning to visit Russia. It seems China is getting its chess pieces into position for something.

5. DeSantis heading to New Hampshire following stops in Iowa, Nevada, fueling more 2024 buzz
FoxNews–Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis will travel next month to New Hampshire, the state that holds the first primary – and second contest overall – in the GOP presidential nominating calendar.

DeSantis will headline the New Hampshire GOP’s annual Amos Tuck Dinner on April 14, in Manchester, the Granite State’s largest city. The announcement was shared first with Fox News on Monday.

The dinner is the state Republican Party’s largest annual fundraising gala. Tuck is considered by many to have founded the Republican Party in the 1850s in Exeter, New Hampshire.

Ryan Lynch: All signs are starting towards a 2024 run from Governor Desantis. It’s going to create a civil war in the GOP.

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  1. So what professions are worth going into anymore? Current law enforcement warn to steer clear. All the health care workers I know warm against that too. Personal care (massage, estheticians, hair stylists) tell me they’re tired of entitled, rude and cheap clients. And I’m getting ready to hang it up as an electrologist because no one has the patience to see a process through in today’s instant everything world and I cannot charge what’s needed to pay the ever increasing bills and still have clients. Glad I’m not younger and just starting out.

  2. My son is a police officer in St. Louis. He said Gardner is a joke and they haven’t been able to prosecute in over 2 years.

  3. DeSantis and Trump need to strategize. We can’t have them opposing each other, but it looks like the drive has gone too far for each.

    Law enforcement and justice system have hands tied. Banks are next. Soros should have been arrested for all he has done for decades to interfere with and destroy us.

    Mexico should’ve helped us all along. Trump could have possibly gotten more done to decrease the border issue.

  4. Why was Soros not kicked out of America years ago? From what I read he has been kicked out of several countries. He has never been elected to any office yet he manipulates American politics freely with no consequences. In fact, he uses America to fund his Open Society operations.


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