President Trump, California, Bob Ackerman discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

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I think we should have gone on man and yanked her senators out by the hair on the head and drug amount and said no more CNN. Reporter talking to people outside the capital after the situation and calm down. Are you proud of what happened here today? I'm absolutely stand behind 100%. What happened here today? 1000% these terrible how this election was stolen. I had to come here and do my patriotic duty. And while there were some who didn't like everything that went on, they said it did accomplish something. Not proud of it. I'm humbled by it, and I'm excited. That's for 17. 76 were the people with movement is moving forward. Cover news cargo dears. Time is 802 and a chill of this to native and Trump supporter who was in D C when the rioters stormed the capital, said the violence overshadowed a mostly peaceful protest. Alex Pink, Intel's reporting partner, 10 news people that we're trying to take it to the next level and to see all of the kind of unwind and blow up in the end. Of the at the end of the line. There was kind of just hard to me. Jenkins says he did not know the extent of the unrest until he and his fiance had left the capital and went back to their hotel. He understands that people are frustrated and want voice is heard, but he said that is not the way to do it. Democrats, meantime, calling for the president to be removed from office less than two weeks before the inauguration of the next one. Jared Halpern has more from Washington. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that the vice president and Cabinet won't remove President Trump by way of the 25th amendment. The Democratic Lighthouse could move on. Article of impeachment a very dangerous person who should not continue in office. This is urgent. This is emergency of the highest magnitude impeachment in the House would still need a super majority in the Republican led Senate for the president's removal less than two weeks before President elect Biden is sworn into office. Right now. Neither the House nor Senate is scheduled for full sessions before the week of the inauguration. Dominion Voting Systems is suing a former Trump campaign attorney for defamation after she repeatedly tried to link a conspiracy theory to their machines. The lawsuit against Sidney Powell is just the first of what might be a serious filed against people who spread what they say or false claims that may include President Trump. Pal has argued Dominion machines fraudulently helped President elect Joe Biden win the election. Dominion sent Palace cease and desist letter claiming her baseless claims were putting the lives of their employees at risk. And caused the company enormous harm. The company wants more than $1.3. Billion in damages. The U. S is recording its most the highest daily death from the coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic. The covert tracking project says more than 4000 Americans died yesterday. That's the first time we've crossed that line in America. More than 132,000. People are fighting it in the hospital. There are more than 23,000 in ICUs. The American death toll has now surpassed 364,000. And that's causing funeral homes to become overwhelmed here in California. The covert cases air surging, the death toll is rising. Bob Ackerman is the head of the California Funeral Directors Association and says no one could have been ready for the number of deaths that we're seeing. Don't think anybody really expected, you know the volume of death that has occurred, I think more so again and Southern California there are creatures vehicles in some hospital parking lot. There are funeral homes that have brought on additional Capacity over and above what they added in the summer and they're still being overwhelmed. Ackerman says Local funeral homes have to stay vigilant and safeguard staff because their frontline workers, they're licensed trained professionals, and they are not easily replaced. Many people are isolated, including seniors who need help and food and trying to stay connected Those of the top two needs on the list. There are more than five million seniors in the state of California him. McCoy Wade is the director of the California Department of Aging and says food is the greatest need Our aging meals programs have grown by 50% and served 27 million meals last year. Of course, we're also joined by the new, innovative great plates partnership with local restaurants. It served. Another 22 million meals are food banks are serving more than ever. And our Cal fresh snap program is serving Maura. Older adults and people with disabilities than ever before, and staying connected is the second most critical need. There is a friendship line. California people can call for just to chat. 888670 13 60 or find IT Online. Friendship Line. California, Maryland Haider Kogo News. The surviving members of Rush say the band is over after the death of their drummer Neil Peart. He died last January. He.

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