GUEST 1 OVERVIEW: Ryan Fournier is the Founder of Students for Trump. He formed the organization in 2015 during his first semester, freshman year at Campbell University. Since then, Ryan has mobilized thousands of students across the country to fight for President Trump and America First policies.
GUEST 2 OVERVIEW: Stet is a Native of Camilla, Georgia. In 1994, Stet was apprehended by State and Federal Agents for conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine in The Northern District of Florida and elsewhere. Stet was sentenced to LIFE Imprisonment without the possibility for parole. While Stet was incarcerated he used his time wisely by establishing and setting up Programs for the inmate population such as “The Quality of Life” that focused on Self Examination, Self Analysis, and Self Correction: Spearheaded fundraising events within the inmate population for causes such as Diabetes, Cancer, Alzheimer Foundations, Families, etc, that received recognition by Source Magazine in the year 2000. While incarcerated Stet received several special transfers from Wardens; to prison(s) of his choice for helping to curtail violence within the inmate population. After serving 25 years; on July 24, 2019, Stet was granted release. Since Stet has been out of prison he become a successful business owner as an Independent Contractor who employs 18 employees. He’s currently mentoring students at Pelham Georgia High School. He works with Community Leaders, Organizations, and Families concerning the betterment of our youth and society. He has traveled throughout the US speaking on the mistakes and experience of his own life and Just and Fair Laws.
GUEST 3 OVERVIEW: West Coast KAM, is one of the most well-respected Rap Artists in Hip Hop. Known for his strong pro-black street lyrics and his NOI (Nation Of Islam) membership, Kam has been a consistent leader and activist in his community and in the Hip Hop Industry for over 3 decades. Kam's first commercial appearance in the hip hop industry was his verse on ICE CUBE's "Death Certificate" album, on a collaboration song called "COLORBLIND". His first solo song came a year later on the "BOYZ IN THE HOOD" movie soundtrack, with a song called "EVERY SINGLE WEEKEND", produced by DJ POOH ("Red" from the hit movie "FRIDAY"). His first solo debut album, "NEVA AGAIN", was released in early 1993. Kam is set to release a lot of new music in early 2023. Kam was also a member of Snoop Dogg's West Coast supergroup called "The Warzone" with MC Eiht and Goldie Loc. Currently, he is advocating for HEALTHY BLACK RELATIONSHIPS AND FAMILY, with his online movement called "BLACK HUSBAND GANG".
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