Philly Councilmember Kenyatta Johnson Fails to Disclose Rental Income

The Dawn Stensland Show

28-06-2022 • 51 mins

Hour 1 of The Dawn Stensland Show:

  • Sean Williamson, a Philadelphia firefighter who was killed while responding to a fire last week, was laid to rest on Monday morning. In addition to being a firefighter, Williamson was also a United States Marine. Over a thousand family, friends, and community members gathered to honor and remember Williamson.
  • On Monday, two men were killed after breaking into a South Philadelphia home—paramedics brought the men to Jefferson Hospital where they were pronounced dead.
  • According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Councilmember Kenyatta Johnson failed to disclose income he received from a rental property he owns—and his wife, Dawn Chavous, operated several rental units that were not properly licensed. Federal prosecutors have vowed a retrial in a federal corruption case involving Councilmember Johnson and Chavous.
  • According to NBC10 news, a massive shootout in South Philadelphia—where thirty shots were fired in a matter of mere moments—resulted in two men being killed. Police believe the two men killed were being targeted by the shooters.
  • Forty-eight migrants have died as a result of being trapped in the back of a tractor-trailer in San Antonio, Texas. The Washington Post reported this is “the deadliest smuggling incident of its kind in U.S. history.” On social media, Texas Governor Greg Abbott stated: “These deaths are on Biden. They are a result of his deadly open border policy. They show the deadly consequences of his refusal to enforce the law”—referring to the president’s administration allowing a record number of undocumented migrants to flood the U.S. southern border.
  • According to a newly released voicemail, acquired via Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, President Joe Biden acknowledges a New York Times article documenting Hunter’s business ties with a Chinese businessman accused of numerous economic crimes. The voicemail is from 2018. Though, in 2019 President Biden claimed he had never spoken to his son about overseas business dealings.