1 – BREAKING: Special prosecutor in Alec Baldwin ‘Rust’ involuntary manslaughter case to step down ‘after much reflection’
Fox News reports: Andrea Reeb, the special prosecutor in the fatal “Rust” on set shooting case, has made the decision to step down.
“After much reflection, I have made the difficult decision to step down as special prosecutor in the ‘Rust’ case,” Andrea Reeb said in a statement shared by the office of New Mexico’s First Judicial District Attorney on Tuesday.
The statement continued: “My priority in this case—and in every case I’ve prosecuted in my 25-year career—has been justice for the victim. However, it has become clear that the best way I can ensure justice is served in this case is to step down so that the prosecution can focus on the evidence and the facts, which clearly show a complete disregard for basic safety protocols led to the death of Halyna Hutchins. I will not allow questions about my serving as a legislator and prosecutor to cloud the real issue at hand.”
Last month, Alec Baldwin’s lawyer filed a motion to have Reeb removed from the “Rust” case, just days after he was charged with involuntary manslaughter
BREAKING: Special prosecutor in Alec Baldwin ‘Rust’ case to step down https://t.co/dA79afz9l0
— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 14, 2023
2 – Idaho Republicans Plead with Biden to Flood U.S. Labor Market with More Foreign Workers, Approve Amnesty
Breitbart reports: Republicans in the Idaho legislature are looking to approve a resolution that would ask President Joe Biden, as well as Congress, to flood the United States labor market with more foreign workers as well as to grant an amnesty that would give green cards to millions of illegal aliens holding American jobs.
A resolution, authored by State Sen. Jim Guthrie (R) and cosponsored by State Sens. Treg Bernt (R), Linda Hartgen (R), and Chuck Winder (R), asks the federal government to stem the flow of illegal immigration by requiring E-Verify for employers, among other things, while also expanding the number of foreign workers business can import to take mostly working class, blue-collar jobs.
The goal, the resolution states, ought to be to fill U.S. jobs with a constant stream of foreign workers. Amnesty, which would reward illegal aliens with work permits and green cards, should be part of any such legislation, the Republicans write in the resolution:
… it is incumbent upon the Congress and President of the United States to strengthen our national security and the security of the several states, including Idaho, by adopting targeted, common sense, business-focused, market-driven immigration reform, which at its core must include the following: [Emphasis added]
An effective guestworker program that meets the labor needs and demands of year-round agriculture, construction, hospitality, food processing, manufacturing, technology and other market sectors, and in particular allows cyclical worker visas of adequate length to meet the labor demands of Idaho agriculture and business; [Emphasis added]
An effective process by which persons currently present in the United States without lawful status and who are gainfully employed and their immediate family can obtain work authorization or residency status, without a pathway to United States citizenship, provided said persons have no criminal history beyond their immigration-related violations, and provided further that an appropriate fine is assessed and paid in satisfaction of their immigration-related violations; [Emphasis added]
Idaho Republicans Plead with Biden to Flood U.S. Labor Market with More Foreign Workers, Approve Amnesty https://t.co/xoB4BAGxNr
— John (@JxhnBxnder) March 14, 2023
3 – Students at New College of Florida offered escape from DeSantis takeover to Massachusetts
The Washington Examiner reports: A small Massachusetts liberal arts college is offering students at the New College of Florida an easy path to transfer after Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) stacked the college’s board of trustees with conservative activists and intellectuals.
Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, offered admission to all New College students and said the college would match New College’s current tuition rates for students that wished to transfer.
“After consulting with the student organizers rallying to preserve New College’s distinctive approach to undergraduate education, Hampshire College is proud to stand with students who crave a progressive education,” the college said in a press release. “Hampshire will provide a welcoming environment for all who want the freedom to study and act on the urgent challenges of our time, without ideological limits imposed by the state.”
Long known as a bastion of liberal education, New College has been the source of national headlines after DeSantis appointed several well-known conservatives, including anti-critical race theory activist and Manhattan Institute senior fellow Christopher Rufo, to the school’s board of trustees.
Rufo and the other new trustees have vowed to remake the school as a conservative liberal arts college in the mold of Hillsdale College in Michigan and have taken several steps toward that goal. Shortly after taking their seats on the board, the new trustees acted swiftly to fire the college’s president and abolish diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts from the college.
We are proud to announce our commitment to offering admission and matching tuition costs for all New College of Florida students. We believe in supporting a self-directed, rigorous education grounded in a commitment to free inquiry. https://t.co/6DVTRDfYQ0
— Hampshire College (@hampshirecolg) March 9, 2023
Dear @NewCollegeofFL students: you may want to stay and fight for your school, but if life under an autocracy isn’t consistent with your idea of education, come to Massachusetts!https://t.co/AfMRL7NRpv
— Claire Potter (@TenuredRadical) March 14, 2023
4 – CRAZY LEFT VIDEO OF THE DAY: Teacher at @my_dunedinhigh is upset that he can’t offer students books containing CRT, gender ideology, and pornography anymore. He then suggests he might break Florida law and have those books anyway.
GRAPHIC: @my_dunedinhigh, the school where this teacher teaches, offers the pornographic book “Flamer” to students. This is what the school doesn’t want you to see! pic.twitter.com/q1TbMsF2it
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) March 14, 2023
5 – POLL RESULTS: Should Biden bail out the banks?
We asked yesterday… here’s how you responded:
92% – No
5% – Yes
3% – Undecided
BELOW IS DML’S TUESDAY PODCAST – IF YOU MISSED IT, WATCH HERE:
Be sure to sign up for Rumble and follow DML’s page, rumble.com/dml. You can sign up for notification and will get alerted whenever he goes live at 2:00 pm EST, Monday-Friday. Liberal networks like Facebook and YouTube censor our content and block our notifications from being seen, so we’re super-excited about our new arrangement with Rumble. Never miss a show! Support the platform of free speech and follow DML at rumble.com/dml.
BOGO OFFER ENDING SOON! Last week we launched a Buy One Get One Free deal on our Miracle Me CBD 3200MG Power+ Oil Tincture! Get the Power+ 3200mg Oil Tincture at a BOGO price! Hurry and take advantage of this incredible savings, because it is set to END ON WEDNESDAY. Visit dmlcbd.com/bogo today!
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT….
WATCH: DeSantis releases graphic video showing trans surgeries after Biden calls governor’s policies ‘cruel’
NEWS ALERT: Xi Jinping: China Will Be ‘Active’ in Reforming ‘Global Governance’
The post DMLNews Nightcap Briefing Tues. Mar 14: Breaking news on Alec Baldwin case, plus more headlines… appeared first on Dennis Michael Lynch.
Click this link for the original source of this article.
Author: Anneta Griffee
This content is courtesy of, and owned and copyrighted by, https://dennismichaellynch.com and its author. This content is made available by use of the public RSS feed offered by the host site and is used for educational purposes only. If you are the author or represent the host site and would like this content removed now and in the future, please contact USSANews.com using the email address in the Contact page found in the website menu.