The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

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September 24, 2020 143 min
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Drive in with The Morning Ritual weekday mornings on KNST AM790 Theo Wold talks about what President Trump has done to combat illegal immigration and what he has planned for his second term.
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Drive in with The Morning Ritual weekday mornings on KNST AM790 Garret ask Sheriff Napier why it took so long to address the threats to owner of Viva Coffee House and his staff, what the Sheriff is doing about it and why his deputies arrested the owner.
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Drive in with The Morning Ritual weekday mornings on KNST AM790 Kelly Walker owns Viva Coffee House and was wrongly put on Pima County's wall of shame by the health department and for being on the wall, received violent threats. His staff also received violent threats. Kelly tried to tell the Pima County Supervisors about this and Ramon Valadez had him removed and arrested. Kelly is fighting back against this and is inspiri...
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Drive in with The Morning Ritual weekday mornings on KNST AM790 Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller talks about Dr. Francisco Garcia, Pima County Chief Medical Officer, not knowing that UA had 60% of COVID tests end up as false positive. And Ally talks about a business owner having his business ruined over petty reasons by the Pima County Health Department and Ramon Valadez had him arrested.
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Drive in with The Morning Ritual weekday mornings on KNST AM790 Eric Trump talked about how crowds energize his dad, the silent majority and what people can do to stop the Democrats from cheating.
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Drive in with The Morning Ritual weekday mornings on KNST AM790 Congressman Andy Biggs reacted to the Latinos For Trump crowd yelling at Doug Ducey to open Arizona while he sat on stage next to President Trump. Rep. Biggs also talked about the federal judge declaring the Pennsylvania Governor's coronavirus restrictions unconstitutional and how that can impact Arizona.
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Steve Gregory, reporter for KFI in Los Angeles, was sent audio of a conference call that had LA County Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer admitting schools won't open until after the election.
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Drive in with The Morning Ritual weekday mornings on KNST AM790 Michelle is just one of a bunch of parents that organized a protest today from 4:30-5:30pm at 130 West Congress (Pima County Buildings). She said parents want kids in the classroom and this includes all political ideologies and they want the county to hear their demands.
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Drive in with The Morning Ritual weekday mornings on KNST AM790 Garret talks to data anaylst, @Hold@LLC, as he points out how low COVID and COVID hospital data is in Arizona and the UA now having 60 percent false positive COVID tests.
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Drive in with The Morning Ritual weekday mornings on KNST AM790 Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller talks about Pima County Chief Medical Officer Dr. Francisco Garcia telling Superintendents it's too dangerous to have kids in the classroom. Ally thinks it's all about the money.
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