DML News Morning Briefing, April 5th

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Dennis Michael
By Ryan Lynch

Today is April 5. 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.

1. Alvin Bragg’s chief prosecutor brags about giving get-out-of-jail free cards to violent felons, murderer
FoxNewsManhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s chief prosecutor, Meg Reiss, bragged about letting violent criminals and felons off the hook – including a murderer – using her restorative justice approach to help them avoid incarceration, Fox News Digital found.

“We know incarceration doesn’t really solve any problems,” Reiss said during a Peace Institute event in May 2021. Fox News Digital has previously reported that Reiss said criminals are not “bad dudes” while simultaneously blasting juries for believing police officers facing misconduct allegations deserve the “benefit of the doubt.”
Reiss went on to describe how the Manhattan district attorney helped a murderer get out of jail time for a homicide victim who had very few relatives. She said a man who was facing a manslaughter charge for killing another person during a violent altercation was able to leave without any prison time, calling it “extraordinary.”

Ryan Lynch: She should be prosecuted and so should Bragg. Im tired of reporting on this bull****. I don’t understand why people want to destroy the foundation that created the single best country this world has ever seen.

2. Melania is MIA as furious Donald goes on the attack: Indicted ex-president’s wife is not at Mar-a-Lago speech where he thanks family – but omits his wife – and lashes ‘criminal’ New York DA and ‘Trump-hating judge’
DailyMailMelania Trump was glaringly absent from her husband’s side on Tuesday as he delivered a defiant speech at Mar-a-Lago, condemning the New York prosecutor and judge who presided over his arraignment.

The former president was supported by three of his five children – Don Jr, Eric and Tiffany – after his indictment over a $130,000 hush money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels.

Teenage Barron is rarely seen, and Ivanka Trump – who previously played a pivotal role in her father’s political career – announced before Christmas she was playing no part in his new chapter.

Ryan Lynch: I believe trumps speech was strong last night. Do you think Melania should have been present? Let us know in the comment section.

3. US, Taiwan seen powerless to stem island’s diplomatic losses in Latin America
ReutersAs China seeks to further whittle down the list of seven countries in the Americas that still recognize Taiwan, U.S. officials increasingly believe Paraguay may be the island’s next diplomatic ally to flip loyalties to Beijing.

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen’s visit this week to Guatemala and Belize to shore up two remaining Central American partners underscored her government’s efforts to head off further defections after Honduras switched its recognition to China last month.

But some U.S. policymakers and independent analysts see Paraguay as the likeliest to ditch Taiwan in the near term, especially if the South American country’s opposition wins the April 30 elections and makes good on its promise to embrace China, as its agricultural lobby has demanded.

Ryan Lynch: The Chinese are just hacking away at our allies, one by one they are surrounding us and changing the worlds power dynamic while our White House is too focused on gender transitioning.

4. Cash App creator Bob Lee, 43, killed in San Francisco stabbing: reports
NYPTech executive Bob Lee, who created the mobile payment service Cash App, has been stabbed to death in San Francisco, Calif. Tuesday morning, according to reports.

He was 43 years old.

The tech mogul, who formerly served as the chief technology officer of Square, was attacked in the city’s downtown Rincon Hill neighborhood at 2:35 a.m., according to San Francisco police.

Officers arrived at the scene to find a 43-year-old man, later confirmed to be Lee by CBS News, with multiple stab wounds.

Ryan Lynch: Get out of San Francisco or better yet move out of the state of California!

5. Brandon Johnson wins Chicago mayoral contest, replacing former Mayor Lori Lightfoot
FoxNewsThe Windy City decided on its new mayor Tuesday after a tight race between two blues, with a progressive, Bernie Sanders-endorsed Democrat taking the keys to the Chicago mayor’s office.

Progressive Cook County Commissioner Brandon Johnson defeated his moderate opponent, former Chicago Public Schools CEO Paul Vallas, to take the Chicago mayor’s race, replacing outgoing Mayor Lori Lightfoot, who came in third before the runoff.

Vallas garnered the support of the Chicago police union and major business groups while Johnson got the backing of Chicago’s teacher’s union.

Ryan Lynch: Looks like nothing is going to change in Chicago. You’d think people would wake up after Lightfoot’s awful performance.

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