Donald Trump, California Funeral Homes, Facebook discussed on Rush Limbaugh


News 93. He called an all out assault on democracy yesterday when a mob of Trump supporters broke windows and doors of the U. S Capitol we witnessed yesterday was not descent. It was not disorder. It was not protest. It was chaos. Authorities in Washington D. C. Now looking for the pro Trump rioters, D C. Police chief for Robert Conte says they have images on social media. They're also asking the public for help to identify them or in addition to those arrested, there were 68 individuals arrested yesterday evening and into And into the early morning hours of January, 7th Of the 68 arrests. 60 were adult males and eight were adult females. 41 of those arrests occurred on U. S Capitol grounds and to my knowledge on Lee. One of the rest ease is from the District of Columbia Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, making a statement saying he intends to fire the sergeant in arms when Democrats take the majority, calling on him to resign before then, that a day after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the capital and another resignation in the wake Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, announcing her resignation in her statement. Specifically, she cited the storming of the capital by supporters of the president as an entirely avoidable event. She is the first Cabinet member to resign in the wake of the violence and the wife of Senate leader Mitch McConnell. Facebook and Instagram, meantime, blocking the president's account indefinitely in opposed by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. He says his shocking events of the last 24 hours show the President Trump intends to use his remaining time in office to undermine a peaceful and lawful transition of power and that Facebook will extend the block. It is placed on Trump's accounts indefinitely and at least for the next two weeks. Tell the peaceful transition of power is complete. ABC is Alex Stone. You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK of John Byrne. I see at 11 02 with your top local stories. California FUNERAL Homes are being overwhelmed is Kobe cases surge and the death toll rises. Bob Ackerman is the head of the California Funeral Directors Association. And so is no one could have prepared for the number of deaths now occurring. I 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 adds. Local Funeral homes must also stay vigilant and safeguard staff because these front line workers are licensed trained professionals who can't be easily replaced. The judge has denied a motion to move it. Convicted sex offender to a rural neighborhood in Wilton. The ruling comes after residents of LeClair road made their concerns known to the judge after law enforcement officials notified them last month that Darryl's cheesier was potentially being placed. Their residents say there are 12 Children living in the area and are worried for their safety. And low income Californians could get a $600 check from the state. Under the new budget proposal from governor Gavin Newsom. The money would go to people who make less than $30,000 a year, which means about four million people could be eligible. Newsome says he hopes to act early on his proposal so checks could reach residents.

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