35 Burst results for "$1 Trillion"

Apple Possess More Power Than the Federal Government

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last week

Apple Possess More Power Than the Federal Government

"Must take a step back and be honest about what Apple is currently doing, not just what Apple is doing in China. But also at Apple is threatening to do to Elon Musk. Now, Apple has successfully diversified. Their business model from controlling the App Store to making hardware laptops, and obviously they're very successful iPhone. To being really controlling the vast majority of podcast market, there's so many different sectors that Apple has been able to successfully get into. And because of this, there are multi $1 trillion companies, right? Multi $1 trillion company. Apple is more valuable. Than several countries in Eastern Europe. It's just hard to even wrap your head around. In fact, apple is more valuable than I think you could combine 5 or 6 African countries. Just a single private company. Apple has now threatened to remove Twitter from the App Store, effectively ending the company. If Elon Musk continues on his free speech crusade. All the while Apple has just limited and restricted. AirDrop, which is an ability in the midst of protests to share information, share videos, share location, in the midst of all of the anti CCP protests. Right now, Apple, and I say this with a lot of thought, Apple possesses more power than several parts of the federal government. Apple is more powerful in many different ways than the Department of Justice. The Federal Trade Commission. Apple has the ability to involve themselves in an anti CCP movement. And then all the while say that we are going to act like the CCP in America and prevent Elon Musk from continuing to liberate Twitter.

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Biden's $90 Trillion Price Tag With Brian Riedl

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | Last month

Biden's $90 Trillion Price Tag With Brian Riedl

"About the, I mean, I'm a big deficit hawk. I'm a debt hawk. I actually think deficits and debts matter. I know I'm old fashioned in that way. It's been my most unpopular policy crusade ever. And most unsuccessful policy crusade, I should say, but that's fine. Because I talk about it a lot and people just roll their eyes. But this is a massive issue. I mean, we're talking about the destruction of our currency, our national security, walk our audience through the enormity of this issue. Thanks, Charlie. I think people don't fully recognize what's about to hit us right now with deficits and debt. President Biden said he's going to reduce deficits. He's actually signed legislation adding 4.8 $1 trillion to ten year deficits already. So we're already looking at deficits that are going to be heading back towards $2 trillion by the end of the decade. The 30 year numbers are scarier. The congressional budget office projects a 114 $1 trillion in deficits over the next 30 years, a 114 trillion. And that assumes no spending heights, it assumes the Trump tax cuts expire, no wars, no recessions, and most importantly, it assumes interest rates don't rise. And as you know, interest rates have been drastically rising. So we are looking at debt levels that could get so high that it'll be nothing we've seen anywhere else. Again, we're looking at over a $100 trillion in baseline deficits over the next three decades.

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It's the Bitcoin Whitepaper 14th Anniversary

The Bad Crypto Podcast

01:31 min | Last month

It's the Bitcoin Whitepaper 14th Anniversary

"Is the 14th anniversary of the Bitcoin white paper. And so all the stories, well, except for one today are going to be talking about Bitcoin and Bitcoin and we're going to jump right in with coin market cap refreshing it for the 31st of October 1221 p.m. eastern standard time, the crypto market cap currently sitting at 1 trillion 54 billion Bitcoin 20,416 Ethereum 1571 and really the big mover here this week beyond Ethereum is B and B now at $323. That is nice. You know, doge has been doing some interesting stuff too since the one and only Elon Musk has purchased Twitter and there seems to be some grumbling and some rumblings around that. So we're going to need to keep an eye on this. I'm just curious, has the bull reawakened from hibernation yet, because from what we've been expecting, well, we're deep in crypto winter. We should be expecting crypto winter. However, we're well over a $1 trillion right now. We're like, we're not quite at 1.1 trillion, but we're 1 trillion, 500 or 1 trillion, 50 billion. That's pretty decent. Well, you know, I think the bowl might just be like turning over and you're kinda like, and then back to sleep again. Is that what's gonna happen? Maybe, I don't know. I do like that doge is up a 113 percent over the last 7 days. So that is interesting.

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How Do You Not Have a Defense Budget Two Years In?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | Last month

How Do You Not Have a Defense Budget Two Years In?

"Reason we have the federal government, originally it was only meant to be for interstate commerce and defense and foreign affairs. How do you not have a defense budget two years in? Well, how do you spend literally trillions of dollars in unprogrammed spending? Inflation reduction act, infrastructure thing. COVID thing, right? You add all that up. That's several $1 trillion. Not a nickel in there is for defense. And then of course, the impact of inflation is that you're actually losing defense funding because the 10% inflation. Right. And this is while we're actively supporting operations. In Ukraine, China is building out its military every day. Iran is as dangerous as ever. Russia, okay, maybe it was a paper Tiger, but if Putin survives, it's going to be just like Germany's defeat after World War I. The first thing that Germany started to do is how can we rebuild and come back better next time? So Russia is dangerous. Iran's dangerous North Korea is probably tested nuclear weapon by Thanksgiving. China is getting more dangerous. And we are basically funding important things like drag queen shows on bases. Training in the gender pronoun training in the navy gym. Yeah, right. The important stuff. And not even just in the military, you know, the State Department, they just report $20,000. To fund drag queen shows in Ecuador. That'll go down. That's what your tax dollars are going for. Not buying uniforms and ammunition, not your children, volunteered for military service and going, and we will find money that if your daughter needs an abortion, will pay her travels. You go into abortion, but we can't give her body armor

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Peter Doocy: What Is Joe Biden's Top Priority?

Mark Levin

01:32 min | Last month

Peter Doocy: What Is Joe Biden's Top Priority?

"Doocy who is really a true journalist We call him the deuce here So there he is he's in The White House press from a cutting edge At the briefing today and he has a very pertinent question I think cut 5 go We've heard the president say inflation is his top domestic priority But now he's saying come next year his first bill would be abortion related So is his number one domestic priority abortion or is it inflation Should I forget what the president has done the last 19 months He has made the economy his top priority He's passed the American hell of a job Maybe he shouldn't Maybe he shouldn't Because this is a guy who destroys the economy Go ahead As you heard me say all the time no Republicans voted for that in Congress and it was a plan that helps make blood emphasize that not a single Republican voted for inflation in the Congress Not one Well that's not true There was a bipartisan infrastructure Bill for $1 trillion 17 repeals did vote for it including Mitch McConnell So Mitch McConnell has contributed to inflation It's too bad he's up for reelection not for the Senate Because I've decided since he wants to reach into Alaska maybe I'll travel to Kentucky to campaign against him mister producer

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You're Dealing With a Team That Is NOT Smart...

The Trish Regan Show

01:06 min | Last month

You're Dealing With a Team That Is NOT Smart...

"Reality is you're dealing with a team here that is not smart. I wish I wish. I wish they would get Larry summers on their team. Former treasury secretary under Bill Clinton and also the former head of the national economic council under Barack Obama. He's like the only guy that's actually willing to admit the truth. And by the way, the Democrats aren't too happy about them because of it. But he, like me, actually, I was saying it much earlier than him. Understands understands really and truly what is at stake and it's a lot. It's a lot because we are now in an environment where the fed is not properly positioned to be able to reign in this inflation. They are not willing to actually engage in the so called quantitative tightening, which they need to engage in. In other words, they had all that easing. They went out and bought a $120 billion worth of mortgage backed securities and treasury bills for months and months and months and months for years. Pumping 7 nearly $7 trillion into the economy. You couple in all those $1 trillion programs that Joe Biden and the Democrats before still along and you get an environment with just too much cash floating around in the system.

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Rep. Chip Roy: The National Debt Continues to Rise

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Chip Roy: The National Debt Continues to Rise

"Congressman the numbers just came out I was reading an article by Terence Jeffrey We raised an astonishing taken from our people $4.4 trillion in tax revenue up until August years not even over That is an astonishing number What's even more astonishing is we're still close to running a near $1 trillion deficit this year That's hard for me to grasp how we can't figure out how to spend $4.4 trillion and not go into debt Yeah look I mean here's the truth When I set out to run for office 5 years ago the national debt was $21 trillion That's two one It's now $31 trillion That's $10 trillion of debt added in the 5 years since I set out to run for office And the reality is we have a cultural problem The place is fundamentally broken Neither side of the aisle for the most part actually believes they're hard or hard that they need to take all of the steps necessary to stop spending money we don't have The fact is you know and I know we're now going to see a massive impact on our deficits because of interest rates going up We've all been predicting this for 5 or ten years Now it's going to hit us The reality all these chickens are coming home to roost But the fact is this is actually a problem because we're borrowing all of that money to fund the very tyranny that's killing us We're funding the Department of Homeland Security to not secure the homeland To target parents who dare challenge a school board or to target a dad father of 7 and have a S.W.A.T. team busted in his home in Philadelphia right We're funding $5 billion of additional IRS enforcement We're funding an energy policy $14 billion to the department of interior to process fewer permits than at any time since World War II on federal lands

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Antony Blinken Wants to Power the World for Only 11 Minutes

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Antony Blinken Wants to Power the World for Only 11 Minutes

"So I played that cut of our Secretary of State Tony blinken who is a crazy person Saying that the bombing of the Nord stream pipeline presents a strategic opportunity And of course he goes right to the Green New Deal cow farting crowd Like wow look at this we could get off natural gas and move to a green energy future It doesn't exist Remember that article by beyond Lombard that we had chatted about on this show if you're one of our P one regular listeners you probably remember it Industry term for the real loyalists out there And I saw this there are a few statistics that really stick out to me One of them is the Jason Riley public school one About just 2000 of 20,000 public high schools produce half the dropouts That was stunning to me But the beyond Lombard piece about the Green New Deal cow farting crowd that we only have battery capacity on the entire globe right now to fuel less than ten minutes of our energy needs Far less I think it's actually like 11 seconds now and if everything goes as planned and even the multi $1 trillion cow farting agenda and the Green New Deal people get their way by 2030 we'll be able to power the world for I think it was something like 11 minutes That's bananas That's crazy That's suicide So these people saying that the bombing of the Nord stream pipeline the attack on a natural gas pipeline is a strategic opportunity It is for global and isolation in World War three Folks these people are crazy

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Jared Bernstein: Analysts Ignore the Restart of Student Loan Payments

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Jared Bernstein: Analysts Ignore the Restart of Student Loan Payments

"Take a listen to this cut 14 go It's been a brutal couple of weeks for the market obviously Awful inflation numbers Now the likelihood of a hard landing maybe even a global recession according to some The student loan forgiveness in the middle of all this adding hundreds of billions even a $1 trillion to the demand side Doesn't that make the fed's job even more difficult your allies Larry summers Jason Furman both warned that that's a problem The president once again bowing to the far left Does that justify increasing demand in making things worse right at this time Jared I know you know it's no way you can sell this to me with a straightforward Wait a second Let me try the following because this is a fact that I is not reflected in the rap you just gave me Did you ask And if you ask Jason and Larry about this I think they'll agree You should try and find out for yourself Okay The thing you left out was restart that is restarting student loan payments which of course have been in forbearance since the pandemic began That begins in January And if you actually look at the numbers month by month the amount of restart even with debt forgiveness basically offsets the amount Let me see if I can understand this This is the game You ready

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Mark Levin: Joe Biden Is Not Going to Run for Re-Election

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Mark Levin: Joe Biden Is Not Going to Run for Re-Election

"Joe Biden is not going to run for reelection He has no intention of running for reelection He doesn't care what you think about him He doesn't even care if his party loses Do you want to know why Because he's perfected the ability to rule like a dictator For all our talk about dictators He's had more executive orders than any modern president His executive orders by one calculation Totally amount of $1.5 trillion $1.5 trillion By executive order he is destroyed diversity in this country Put in place racial preferences he has destroyed women's sports By endorsing the most radical and perverse element in our society destroyed women's sports He's working very very closely with the NEA and the AFT in destroying our classrooms And giving them paramilitary backup with the FBI and the Department of Justice All this without legislation He has spent a $1 trillion on welfare for students and former students who took out loans that were their obligation Redistributing wealth to his biggest voting block All without legislation

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Taking Back Trump's America With Peter Navarro

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Taking Back Trump's America With Peter Navarro

"With us right now is a great American patriot who is someone is a political dissident and they are treating him as if he is, they want to turn him into a political prisoner. Let me put it that way. And when you start to get into, let's just say the pattern that the Department of Justice has shown where you start to have political prisoners, one after the other Bannon, Navarro, it's a very dangerous precedent. Peter Navarre's new book is taking back Trump's America. Why we lost The White House and how will win it back? Peter Navarro joins us right now. Peter, welcome back. Charlie, yeah. You are the you and pozo and others are really the young guns, the new generation. We're passing the baton to you. I've watched you over the years going back to the beginning of the Trump administration and you were really on fire right now. So I congratulate you and so important because so many of the people in the Trump movement, a little long in the tooth, and you're teaching a whole new generation what it's about. Charlie, my new book, for me, really, is not a book. It's a mission, the title says it all taking back Trump's America. We got to get Trump back in The White House in 2024. But first before we do that, Charlie, we got to focus like a laser beam on taking the gavel out of Pelosi's cold hands because they have weaponized the investigatory powers of Congress in an unconstitutional way. They're out to take Trump down. They're screwing the economy with all their profit $1 trillion fiscal spending, bonanzas. And I'm trying to stay really focused, particularly on the house races, a few of the Senate races like Blake masters and Arizona. Virtual walker in Georgia and JD Vance in Ohio, but you know the mission Charlie and I'm glad to be on the battlefield with you.

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There Is a $1 Trillion Bill Laying on the Sidewalk for Republicans

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 3 months ago

There Is a $1 Trillion Bill Laying on the Sidewalk for Republicans

"Is a $1 trillion bill laying on the sidewalk right now for Republicans. I got a phone call the other day from a Republican running for the U.S. Senate. Let's just say in a very competitive race. And he was asking for my advice. I get phone calls like this all the time. I told you about a call like this last week. This is a different call. And he said, Charlie, you know, we're not doing too great. We're trying to do better. We got some momentum. What do you think I should be talking about? What do you think I'm missing? And I said, what's your message on crime? And he said, oh, you know, we're talking about inflation and we're talking. I said, no, hold on. I said, what's your message on crime? What are you talking about when it comes to the fundamental bedrock issue where the entire civilization is determined? It is the civilizational defining issue. Law & Order are the issues, is the issue, of which all other issues stem from. You can't get this right, inflation, private property rights, stock market, forget it. If you're afraid you are going to be murdered on the way to school, kidnapped, jogging in the morning before as a teacher are going to go teach your students. You're not living in a free country anymore. And we've been warning against the bubbling up of this crime wave in America for quite some time. It just seems right now as summer is ending and we're entering fall. It's hitting a crescendo. It's hitting a climax you could say. Republicans out there saying, how do we jump start our campaigns? Well, you got to start to recognize and realize that the media is going to call you racist no matter what you do. And that there is anxiety in all communities, black community, Latino community, the Asian community, every community about what's happening with crime in America. We're going

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Biden Chose the Unions Over Our Kids

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Biden Chose the Unions Over Our Kids

"Iran, Bret baier was telling me a couple of weeks ago on his show that it seemed to him that the Democrats have made a big bet. Their big bet is on semi fascist and fascism in the red setting speech, and that they're just going to stick with this despite the overwhelming rejection of it. I don't think they are sticking with underlining the student loan bailout because the president has had three opportunities to talk about that. He did not talk about it in the red setting speech. He just didn't even a week earlier, this was the greatest thing since sliced bread. They got a week of blowback from ordinary Americans saying, are you out of your mind? And then they've dropped it, but it's too late. It's a $1 trillion and it's inflationary. It's too late and what we've seen you since then is Herschel Walker took a lead in a poll in Georgia. We've seen lax salt within one O day in Colorado within one. We're seeing movement after that decision that the Democrats may pay off a $1 trillion student loan debt for people who willingly took that debt on, right? But our kids and I'm one of them who were kept out of the classroom who had no choice who couldn't get the education they deserved. They're behind in math. They're behind on their SAT and ACT scores. And it's going to impact them for their lives and Democrats said, we're going to pay off these loans because maybe this will lead to vote instead of helping these kids who are policies have left behind and made them collateral damage because of our loyalty to the public unions. And the teacher unions. Not the teachers, the teachers are working hard. It's the unions that the Democrats are beholden to. And the unions definitely show they don't care about our kids. I

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Democrats and the Student Loan Giveaway

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Democrats and the Student Loan Giveaway

"The Biden administration student alone debt cancellation plan may cost more than $1 trillion according to the analysis from the University of Pennsylvania's Penn Wharton budget model. The largest potential cost driver ped Wharton identified is the Biden administration's new income driven, repayment plan, which includes capping monthly student loan payments at 5% of a borrower's discretionary income. And reforming the repayment guidelines to guarantee that no borrower who makes quote about the annual equivalent of a $15 minimum wage will have to make monthly loan payments. That cancellation alone will cost the United States up to $519 billion. Wharton found in an analysis published Friday. Loan forbearance which allows borrowers to temporarily stop paying will cost an estimated $16 billion. The income driven repayment plan will initially cost $70 billion. But specific. Specific details have yet to be released. Finally, the report comes as the United States national debt is already more than $30.8 trillion. According to the treasury.

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Jerome Powell: Will We See a Depression?

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Jerome Powell: Will We See a Depression?

"Because he sees Joe Biden just spend a $1 trillion Two weeks ago he spent $800 billion Not long ago they spent another $1 trillion on bipartisan infrastructure And before that they spent $1.9 trillion And that's all on top of a nearly $6 trillion budget Disastrous And Powell now sees it He sees it Go ahead These are the unfortunate costs of reducing inflation But a failure to restore price stability would mean far greater pain It means a depression That's how serious this is folks While the Biden administration is going after Donald Trump while the media going after Donald Trump the economy is on the verge of near collapse just a matter of time That's like pouring gasoline on your house when it's on fire And saying this isn't going to spread the fire In fact it'll help your home You have to be as stupid and moronic as Joe Biden to believe that The Iranians are going to get nuclear weapons We have 5 million people who've come in with that border 5 million people in less than two years 5 million With no end in sight no end in sight

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Benjamin Netanyahu: Biden's Iran Nuclear Deal Is Much Worse

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Benjamin Netanyahu: Biden's Iran Nuclear Deal Is Much Worse

"Former prime minister Netanyahu on Fox and Friends said the following Cut 15 go I think this is a horrible deal a dangerous deal that will pave Iran's path with gold a golden paved highway to a nuclear arsenal If Iran has nuclear weapons they don't merely threaten my country as well or the entire Middle East and America's allies They threaten you directly because simultaneously with developing nuclear weapons they're developing the means to deliver them across continents So you could have an Iran governed by these fanatic ayatollahs who will hold every American city hostage to nuclear weapons I think this is a threat to the peace of the world and that's what this horrible deal facilitates It's even worse than the first one Why Why is it worse Well because president Obama in a moment of candor said in a PBS interview in 2015 that by 2027 that's 5 years from now Iran will have a breakout time to a bomb that is near zero That's his words not mine And he was right This deal is much closer to that time frame and it gives Iran right now within two years they can develop up to fort within four years starting two years from now They can develop added enrichment capacity of uranium 3500 3500 advanced centrifuges that each is ten to 20 times stronger and more effective than the centrifuges that they have They have about 5000 So you're adding an enormous capacity to enrich uranium That's the critical element of making nuclear bombs The deal gives it to them It gives them right now hundreds of billions of dollars And by the end of the agreement a $1 trillion to pursue their terror and aggression against everyone against you and against us

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House Passes Inflation Reduction Lie

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | 4 months ago

House Passes Inflation Reduction Lie

"The bill just passed. A an ode to orwellian newspeak. Called the inflation reduction act, we spent three quarters of a $1 trillion, and it will reduce inflation. What percentage of Americans know that that is a complete lie? Is complete law, by the way, redundant are there partial lies? I guess there are. It's like when they say on the airplane, this plane is completely full. And I always thought what is the completely due? That full doesn't do. But that's the way I think and I don't think of that I am in the majority in that particular regard. One of the things of this horrific corrupt bill of hundreds of billions of dollars to enrich people who work on electric cars which are the more I know the more I am opposed to electric cars. The damage done by the lithium battery alone by mining for lithium is reason for moral people to oppose electric cars. I never did before. Never did.

Steven Moore Discusses the So-Called 'Inflation Reduction Act'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Steven Moore Discusses the So-Called 'Inflation Reduction Act'

"Now is Steve Moore from the committee to unleash prosperity. Steve, this bill that the Senate passed over the weekend. It's hard to even know where to start with this. I'll just kind of give you the floor is yours. What are the big points that people need to know about this increases taxes, the green energy aspect of it increased the IRS. Let's start with the climate change part of it. Where on earth is all that money going to go to quote unquote fight climate change? Well, great to be with you, Charlie. You're right. You and I could probably talk for two hours about this is truly a dreadful Bill. 800 pages long. And I can't think of one good thing in this bill. Truly. I mean, I've read through, not the whole thing, but I've read through most of it. And it is basically just a massive increase in the size and scope of government and the invasiveness of government. And that's essentially the John Doe. I want to make one point right from the start, Charlie. If you count the $1.9 trillion Biden spent in his first months in office, remember that was the blue state bailout bill. And then that fraudulent $1.1 trillion so called infrastructure Bill, which was really the green energy bill. And then remember two or three weeks ago, they passed a massive corporate welfare Bill. That was roughly $200 billion. This one has a price tag of somewhere near. We don't know exactly somewhere 607 100 billion. That's $4 trillion. I mean, can you believe this? They're talking now, the left is talking about, oh my gosh, Joe Biden's like the next FDR. Well, if running up record amounts of debt, records amounts of red ink and deficits and record amounts of inflation, then he has been a quote productive president, but I've never seen anything like this in my 35 years. This will bankrupt our country. And let's just pray that we can stop this now. I'm not confident, but maybe there are maybe four or 5 or 6 fiscally conscientious Democrats left that might finally stay, hey, three and a half $1 trillion enough. We don't need another 700 billion.

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on WTOP

"5 35 president Joe Biden will bring in someone to oversee the implementation of his $1 trillion infrastructure Bill Head up a bill signing ceremony for his long sought infrastructure proposal President Biden told members of his cabinet there's a high obligation in responsibility to ensure money is spent wisely in fort stated purpose Because if we do it right we know what it will mean We know what it will mean It will create millions of new jobs and we'll grow the economy The president is expected to name a coordinator to oversee infrastructure implementation next week comparing the role to one he had his vice president and earning the nickname sheriff Joe by then president Obama At The White House Jared halpern Fox News The president plans to sign the infrastructure Bill on Monday And the president's $1.85 trillion social spending bill if it's passed would include a provision to support companies that hire local journalists Newspapers digital outlets radio and TV stations could claim a $25,000 tax credit the first year and $15,000 the next four years for up to 1500 journalists It's a response to growing concern the elimination of local newsroom jobs is leaving communities without access to critical local information About one fourth of the country's newspapers have closed and half of the local journalism jobs have evaporated in the past 15 years according to research from the university of North Carolina That leaves about 1800 communities with no local newspaper As the rest of the weekend looking we're going to check traffic and weather next on WT.

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Coming up. Of course, I'm not going to change my mind. Not even a little bit? First though, let's do the numbers. Now industrials up a 104 points today nearly three 10% closed at 36,000 to four 32 that NASDAQ picked up ten points less than a tenth percent finished at 15,982. The S&P 500 added four points just under a tenth percent 47 and one there. Infrastructure, infrastructure as stocks, you try to add that ten times fast. And they were, well, they were a little built up today. Steel producer Nucor at a Charlotte North Carolina heated up 3.6% seller of crushed stone gravel and sand Vulcan materials of Birmingham, Alabama, packed on 4.9% in touting caterpillar, the investment firm Baird said the infrastructure package could add to a strong demand environment. Caterpillars based up there in Deerfield, Illinois, by the way, scooped up 4% today. Japanese conglomerate SoftBank says its investments lost about 54 billion with a B dollars in value over the past three months. The reason for all that trouble? China's crackdown on tech companies such as aliba we've been telling you about that. SoftBank, pulled nearly a quarter steak. You know, like, Bobby, you're listening to marketplace. This marketplace podcast is supported by masterworks IO. Once you realize what's happened in the last two weeks, the only thing you can say is, wow. Someone made 8 billion buying Shiba Inu. Tesla surpassed $1 trillion in market cap, Zuckerberg officially went all in on the metaverse. Quality chaos does keep things interesting. But when it comes to your financial well-being, less is more. You don't always need to take big risks to get big rewards. In fact, there's a dependable asset class billionaires have used to grow their wealth for generations. Its total value will explode by over $1 trillion and under two years, and it beat the S&P 500 by threefold from 1995 to 2020 with nearly zero correlation to public equities. 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We are into week two of the UN's climate meeting in Glasgow when in theory with the world's politicians having left the real work is going to get done. Companies know they have to be on the right side of the work to do something about our warming planet. And there have been, of course, the now standard pledges of climate change plans and net zero emission goals. And those promises almost always include some form of carbon offsets, which in turn usually comes down to planting trees, which gets us to kind of a planetary quandary. Is there even enough land and forest on the globe to do what these targets promise? As marketplaces and Peter reports, I don't know. Carbon offsets are simple enough. When a company emits X tons of CO2, it pays, for example, foresters in Brazil to plant trees that will absorb an equal amount. Now with so many corporations and government entities making climate pledges, that's a lot of forest. In fact, according to an oxfam analysis, all those carbon removal goals could need an area 5 times bigger than India. Yeah, we need another planet. Forest fleischman is a Professor of public policy at the university of Minnesota. There is a limited amount of land that's available for storing more carbon through forestry. Forests make up the majority of carbon offset projects. Sometimes that means planting new trees, other times, paying landowners not to cut down trees. But banking on forests to solve the climate crisis is problematic, says Danny colon word with the nonprofit group carbon plan. The problem with starring carbon in trees is they're not necessarily that stable, right? Recent fires burned several forests that were carbon offset projects in Oregon and California. Trees die for a sky force burn. And when forests burn, those carbon offsets literally go up in smoke. There are new carbon offset schemes that don't rely on forests. One of the things buyer is working on is enabling also farmers to offer both carbon offsets and carbon removals. Matthias berninger of the German chemical firm Bayer says in time, offsets could be about much more than trees..

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Brought to you by macy's. Us senate votes to start work on a one trillion dollar national infrastructure plan by lisa mascaro kevin fracking and alan fram associated press washington. The senate voted wednesday night to begin work on a nearly one trillion dollar national infrastructure plan after president. Joe biden and a bipartisan group of senators reached agreement on major provisions of the package. That is a key. Part of his presidential agenda biden welcomed the accord as one that would show. America can do big things but the most significant long term investments in nearly a century. He said on par with building the transcontinental railroad or the interstate highway system this deal signals to the world that our democracy can function biden said in a statement we will once again transform america and propel us into the future. The rare bipartisan showing on sixty seven to thirty two vote signaled the interest among senators and starting the process to consider the infrastructure package. But it's unclear if enough republicans will eventually join democrats to support final passage. The procedural step wednesday night is expected to launch lengthy consideration lead. Gop negotiators senator. Rob portman of ohio announced the bipartisan groups agreement earlier at the capitol flanked by four other republican senators who have been in weeks of talks with democrats and the white house on the package. That group has worked with the white house to salvage the deal. A first part of biden's big infrastructure agenda swelling to more than seven hundred pages. The bill includes five hundred. Fifty billion dollars in new spending for public works projects and all seventeen. Republican senators joined the democrats on wednesday and voting to launch the debate but most remained sceptical. The gop senators were given a thick binder of briefing materials during a private lunch but they asked many questions and wanted more details. According to a fifty seven page gop summary obtained by the associated press. The five spending package would be paid for by tapping two hundred five billion dollars in unspent. Cove nineteen relief aid and fifty three billion dollars and unemployment insurance aid. Some states have halted it also relies on economic growth to bring in fifty six billion dollars and other measures. The outcome will set the stage for the next debate over. Biden's much more ambitious three and a half trillion dollar spending package. A strictly partisan pursued a far-reaching programs and services including childcare tax breaks and healthcare that touch almost every corner of american life..

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on Axios Today

Axios Today

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on Axios Today

"Welcome back taxes. Today i'm nyla boo yesterday. The other big news. The governor of new york andrew cuomo resigned after an investigation found. He had sexually harassed multiple women. We're talking about this. Was of axios political team. Our congressional reporter. Lena trine our politics editor. Glen johnson and managing editor margaret talev alina. I feel like we have to go from about how quickly over the past year last year. At this time we were all watching governor. Cuomo with his cova briefings all over the country to yesterday. It's pretty stunning to see him. Being really the pinnacle of power. I would argue at the start of the pandemic. Most of the country watched him in his daily briefings because new york was such a hot spot in the beginning and was lauded for the way that he publicly answered questions and then to see him a year later now voluntarily. Resigning is huge. It's astonishing in. I think it it's going to be evaluated. I'm sure by people within the party for time to come. Picking up on the lane is point a little bit. One thing that just shocked me was the complete reversal as well from a communications front last year. Into cuomo's news conferences were a masterclass in political communications in crisis communications. Pr professionals could really see here. Was somebody in control of information and able to convey it effectively and compellingly to the public. The last couple of weeks was almost the exact opposite. He and his lawyer were out there. Basically saying i've done wrong but taking everybody down with them so that raises the specter of sort of somebody that could not face the reality of this precipitous decline in his stature over the past year. Margaret does this say anything new about where the me too movement is at this point. I mean fundamentally. This is a story about a huge political personality. Who did wrong. But it's also about the context of the moment the me too movement for years of donald trump and joe biden's very candidacy in election where he essentially said yes. I am an older white man. But i'm here to empower women. People of color women of color. They are going to be my vice president. Top cabinet officials in record numbers of women elected in congress in recent years and also by the way in the new york state assembly. That is fundamentally important to understand. Because when the share of women in elected office is large enough it affects what is acceptable. Political behavior. another really interesting thing to know. Is that the lieutenant governor. Kathy hokuto will become the first female governor of new york and She's also a former house member as well. So it'll be new. I for the state. We started this whole conversation. The beginning of this podcast talking about the victory lap president biden took yesterday literally hours after this announcement. What is the fallout for the democratic party. From all of this democrats are moving very quickly to distance themselves from from cuomo and part of the reason is ideological. It's about what the party stands for part of very tactical. They're going to have a very difficult year. Trying to hang onto bear majorities next year especially in the house of representatives. There are two states that are considered vital through redistricting for democrats to save themselves. And guess what state one of those is.

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on 5 Things

"By requiring staff and students to wear masks. They follow dallas and austin schools in texas which also went against governor. Greg abbott's skulls not to issue school mask. Mandates stevie nicks has cancelled all five upcoming twenty twenty one performances at music festivals because of the pandemic. she said she's vaccinated but wants to be extremely cautious. And the dixie. Fire keeps burning across northern california. It's destroyed nearly nine hundred buildings new york governor. Andrew cuomo has announced his resignation. The best way. I can help now is if i step aside. And let government get back to governing and therefore. That's what i'll do. Because i work for you and doing the right thing is doing the right thing for you because as we say it's not about me it's about we cuomo announced the move which comes in two weeks as a sexual harassment scandal grows from whispers to a criminal complaint and more. The democrat has served as governor for over a decade and was previously an advisor to his late. Father governor mario cuomo in the eighties and nineties. Andrew cuomo for months at continued to shrug off calls for his resignation. That's even as multiple women including current and former state. Employees accused him of inappropriate or harassing behavior. As governor his administration also faced criticism for withholding the true death toll of nursing home residents for months during the cove in nineteen pandemic. Though his biggest blow came earlier this month. New york attorney general letitia. James released a report that found cuomo sexually harassed eleven women including nine state employees among them an executive assistant who said cuomo reached under her blouse and groped her breast late last year at the executive mansion during his tuesday address. Cuomo denied the most serious of allegations. But he also acknowledged offending women with jokes and unwelcome embraces. Many including president joe biden cold for cuomo to resign in recent weeks and new york state. Democrats threaten to impeach him taking his place. Lieutenant governor kathy hoke will. She'll make history as the first female governor.

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Up there on that on Well you know just seems to be a big push to probably mask up and A big push for vaccines. And i promise down. Though fully seventy four percent of nearly five hundred people recently diagnosed with kobe had been fully vaccinated. Now it's an anomaly. But it's scary one. I had back in december. And i have no interest to get it. Because there's been so much mixed information coming from the cdc and now like you said there's there's people vaccinated getting it and what's the push to get it if we don't have a good solution yet Everybody's losing trust in the cdc and the government. and i think it's gonna get worse for them You know. Can i just put something on top of what you're suggests said there because i don't know if you know how profound what you said is i keep telling this audience because i love my audience you give me this microphone every day. Do not ever think that the government is going to fulfil their phony promises to you. I don't i just don't i don't put my trust that means with your healthcare. Your savings your retirement you. You've got to understand that. The to the extent that you were able to accumulate more money so that you can bypass whatever system. They're offering that may not that absolutely will be inferior. The better you're going to be and money is freedom in that sense. And i just say don't don't expect these promises to always be fulfilled because they're not gonna agree hundred percent. The same people telling the panic selling the panic or so mature scaring scary times mike. God bless you man. Shane in colorado. It's up sharing back when the cdc in. Dr sal she told everyone that there's no Need for face masks foul. She said that h masks might catch a viral particle. But they're not called it one droplet in march of twenty twenty on sixty minutes. Yeah yep and so when they did come out with the recommendation For wearing face masks. I went ahead and did a little bit of research. I went to a couple of websites of companies who do porosity tests on textiles To see what the what the air gap between fibers were in. Somebody's masks that everybody Started wearing back then. And i was shocked to find that these are dust masks. They're wearing their not biological masks. They're not vital The the type of it we're wearing on these porosity.

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"And they've come up with incredible term. So i think that's just one example of what they're able to do here is is coin different phrases like like that and the and the pay for is what you're getting at is all whenever democrat says. We need to pay for something. Grab your wallet right because they wanna tax you so this is the tax and spendings free. That they're i. You're saying. I think it will be a five and a half seven billion dollar bills when it's all said and done so. Let me ask about well when all said and done in other words if they don't get the bipartisan bill. They'll shove it all in the in the reconciliation bill correct and then some more. I think it'll be a much bigger bill if this bipartisan action doesn't happen because it's going to take the legs out from under than and mansion and then the progress these are gonna be able to say look look. We couldn't do this so this is this is quite a game but believes cinema. Look i can't even tell. I'm not gonna be able to tell you what romney is going gonna do. I'm going to be able to tell you what makovsky is going to do. I'm not going to be able to tell you what ben sasse is gonna do. But you know is mansion the people of west virginia. I don't think support this bill. They probably don't support this five or six trillion dollars. And i i tell you what files encourage. I'm sure you've read. Saw some of the things that senator manchin said over the weekend he wasn't gonna let him carve out A part of the filibuster He said that that number is too high this talking about so he's pushing back on him and we gotta give some give them some gunpowder to push back with jim. It's unbelievable all right. And is there any shot in hell. I mean look. They've got parliamentary issues to the senate. Parliamentarian has been pretty outspoken. About things that they will that would not be allowed to be defined as infrastructure. But my question is do you think schumer successful in this effort before the recess. He's he's basically acting as if both bipartisan deal. And the reconciliation dealer done deals and at their past. Do you believe that's the case. No not at all not at all. I think that we will have a vote. This week on bipartisan infrastructure. Bill and that's gonna probably be followed up with the budget reconciliation package which would authorize then to start talking about spending seven trillion dollars. 'cause you imagine getting fifty democrat senators in a room and say how do you want to spend seven trillion dollars. It's gonna take them a month or two to get that fight over with and that's why we got empower mansion and cinema keep standing tall. Oh i don't disagree with you at all quick break. We'll come back more with dr roger marshall also the senator from kansas on the other side. We'll get to your calls coming up in our final hour free for all and the media mob. We'll check in with a report with mark. Simone.

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"I've never sat on a school board or a church board that they think they can negotiate through the press and tell us what to do over here. i think we've got him on the run. I think we're jamming them and i'm glad that they're just scrambled over there right now. All right do you really see any chance that one point two trillion gets passed because that's not reconciliation and nor is this really and i and it's such such a sucker's bet for some republicans. I know that that they want to be bipartisan. But the problem is you're not dealing with honest brokers on the other side and and the negotiation. Okay we'll give you. This full agree to that. But then it's going to be put on the back end which they use the reconciliation process and bypass any republican support. So it's to me. It's you know it's it's all smoke and mirrors and it's a washington game and it's why we call it the swamp on the sewer sean. They're certainly to were dimensional chess games going on at the same time or one of the house and one on the senate side as well. They're gonna do reconciliation bill no matter what and my guess is my political. Calculus says if this bipartisan bills fails the final ticket price for america will be even more. So i think we are taking this looking at infrastructure. That's five partisan infrastructure bill and see if we can make it better There's some good things about it but there's certainly some things we can't go along with yet. But i i think that if we do nothing. It'll empower Socialist do get even more done in cinema and manson lose all their power. So you might consider that for a second all right. So let's talk about that. If you do you ever have time to speak to people like senator manchin or senator cinema absolutely do we've got great relationships Great respect for both of joe mansion Very godly man. We've been a person of his word. truly wanted the a leader up here in many many ways i've seen senators Cinema sat there and talk to five. Senator simultaneously. talked to me about healthcare A really deep dive and repeat it back to me word for word. She's actually impressed me if she wants to. Be a maverick. And i think she's making a name for herself here. All right so. I'm looking at what they want. Now i know words is supposed to mean something senator but to me. They're not really meaning anything That i recognize. And then i begin to have a problem with it. You know for example instead of saying raising taxes. We're going to. We're going to have investments in this in that everything's an investment infrastructure. Now used to be defined at least from my recollection. Doing this thirty three years. Senator might sound like a long time. But that's how long i've been doing it But it but it used to be that they would talk about roads. Bridges and tunnels and that would be considered infrastructure now. Childcare is infrastructure now government healthcare is infrastructure student loan forgiveness is infrastructure guaranteed basic wages infrastructure guaranteed government. Healthy food is infrastructure. I don't know where i grew up. None of those things are infrastructure. No no you're right so human infrastructure is just another word for socialism so whenever they talk about human infrastructure immediately thinking you're in your ahead of more handouts from the government making people more dependent so you go back to president obama. He hired the best wordsmiths in the world..

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Spreader. Martha's vineyard birthday party. I wonder if flip flop ouchi will deliver the toast celebrating the birthday of barack obama anyway. Two hundred staff on his on hand. Where is this. martha's vineyard. How great we are getting a lot of new information about the cover up of all cover ups which is That is the wuhan lab report. Representative michael mccall of texas has been on the show. Many times has said that. It's the greatest cover up in human history. Then he went on to give out how the chinese government they knew about this in september. I think they were involved in in a cover up. It's the greatest cover up in human history I think the chinese communist party of very concerned about this report coming out telling the truth and it's already it's already been Interpreted into mandarin as well. There are just so many of the points. key points of come into the process You know since that time and of course By december full blown in january The fact of matter is they were playing with fire. They were genetically manipulating at the lab. This gain of function. That was taking place this doctor. She the bat lady. Working with peter dazs mic to get lab samples from the ks thousand miles away bat samples and then genetically modified them into a super sars like virus highly daily highly contagious and unfortunately highly effective. We believe jekyll. Kevin nineteen wise. So the wuhan lab report raises first of all. It was a normal conclusion. Why we knew the wuhan. Virology lab studied corona viruses. We knew that they were involved in gain of function research. Now we know from dr vouches emails. He was told that what we can tell with. The the sequence of the virus one particular genome seems to have been lab manipulated. It was in there then then panicked exchanges with other people about what well we that wasn't our money was it from the nih which they did funnel american tax dollars through the h. Through a third party that they knew was going to the wuhan virology lab on a whole separate report. I mean and nobody's holding china accountable. Now i gotta tell you now with these breakthrough cases. So what one of my best friends as a breakthrough case this weekend and i'm like are you kidding me. I mike he goes. Yeah i just did the home test said well get your ass over to the testing center and find out called me an hour later. Yeah it was right. I'm positive as pcr comes back the next day positive. So you know now you know thank goodness. We have friends of the program medical doctors that believe in proactive. Medicine not reacted. Medicine has had regina ron and is taken ivermectin and an eight see q remember. We weren't allowed to talk about these things up now. We have the hill reporting that more. Americans in a gallup survey just released today say corona virus is in the. Us is getting worse rather than better forty five to forty percent. Comparison eighty nine percent in june. Said they felt. The situation was getting better and biden. Now trying to control the media. Message on these breakout cases. I'm giving you the real numbers. I'm telling you that. The percentage is small with breakthrough numbers. But in the course of what one two three days..

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"You wanna know about what i just want to talk about. Just pure denial and outright lying and then not going to get called out on it. And that's the biden administration. You've got this this incompetent. Dhs secretary Chief may orcas. He's now insisting that the disaster down at the border where we had the lowest rates of illegal immigrants flowing into the country and in in decades. And he's blaming trump for joe ending stay in mexico policy ending the cat if joe bringing back it's not even catch and release anymore. It's it's process. 'em release you. Don't get caught. it's just okay. come on in. we'll get some information and good luck and this is that now. They're blaming trump. The people that stop building the border wall the people that built the the new cages for kids that were overcrowded in the middle of a pandemic and tested nearly nobody and then sent them out and transported them all around the country so every other state has to pick up you know the cost of food and shelter and health care and education and now may orca saying today over there at ms dnc that the surge in migrants is donald trump's fault because donald trump dismantled our capabilities to address it. You mean your capabilities to process it. That's what he's mad about. Why you wanna talk. Ronnie jackson said it over the weekend as well twenty-five percent and there's different numbers from different people border patrol said this weekend and says high in some cases fifty percent we've had our investigative reporters down at the border dealing with people that clearly have cove it. They're sick as hell. And then you know how basically saving lives by bringing in american emergency. I respond to help save their life. It's pretty unbelievable. But ronnie jackson is now you wanna talk about the super spreader of all super spreader events hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants not testing them and then distributing them to forty eight states in the continental us. Infection rates is now being tested by hhs. Finally the ones as high as twenty five percent that is a public health danger when he was asked by a on. Fox's weekend he said. This is a very obvious at this point. This is a public health danger. But don't worry they're going to lecture you wanna know about the next super spreader event. Yeah obama has sixtieth birthday party. I hate per taste. Everybody else likes birthday. I hate when it comes to provident. Democrats kobe restrictions for the. But not for me just like the mayor of dc. Just just like whitmer in michigan just like cuomo just like you know everybody lockdowns and mandates for we the little people we the little people's now we the people we the little people.

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"I mean he might take the cake for the hypocrisy award of of all hypocrisy. You know as larry elder point out louise's ignoring science that he's being hypocritical remember. His kids were in private schools and having in person learning while the rest of the state was shut down. Nobody could go into restaurants but he was in restaurants not socially distant and no masks on. I mean we got that hypocrisy all over the place. What was it. I think was it the mayor of dc. We got a lot of reports to get to this. We got a super spreader event on the border obama's going to host a super spreader birthday party for himself in my office. Office vineyards Optimism about america recovering from colbert is now on a free fall. Biden's teacher's union backers say no to a vaccine mandate that they donate enough money that they get to write the policy. That's what is d. C mayor browser abouzar. Who broke her own. Brand new covert masked mandate as i guess. She was at a wedding over the weekend. Or or some event and vacc- mandates are gonna backfire. The washington post wrote that piece. I couldn't believe it. Because i believe it what's happening in france. Has police clashing with antivirus Passport protesters berlin protesters. They're out. They're decrying the draconian measures germany and most recovered covert nineteen patients. You know it was one medical study that shows yeah they rampaul was right and looks like gleaned clinic was right also anyway eight hundred nine. Four one sean. Our number. but we're going to talk about later with our medical team about therapeutics. More than say we've talked a lot about the vaccines. But what happens if you still. What have you got a breakthrough case. What if you never got vaccinated one of the best therapeutics on the market. Just information for you for you to make up your own mind. Hey if you got a health concern and it's not responding to whatever you're taking maybe a strong pharmaceutical. Can i suggest you look into. Cb day out. Maybe you don't sleep. Well you're struggling to cope with life's ups and downs or nothing seems to help the discomfort after strong physical activity seriously. You want to look into and try. Cbd and the only source i trust is cb distillery dot com. I've told you about linda taking her happy pills every day. She swears by them. I love the relaxed..

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"To be a part of the program. Well spent a better part of more time than i would have liked. Boat gladly spent khazar people. That i care about Dealing with issues involving covert nineteen and Just just people that i know contracting the virus appears like the delta very. You don't always get an answer. We had a caller last week that brought up this point that if you're unvaccinated and what the variant is they said well we don't even bother testing for because your unvaccinated which doesn't exactly seem right or fair to me but you know we'll get to all of that And and we're gonna focus on something very different today when we have dr george farid. Harvard medical school. He and dr. Brian tyson of work hand in hand. They've been on the frontline. Unlike dr foul spent most of the time in front of a tv camera all throughout covert and hiding. You know these these alarming emails that he knew that the genome of the corona virus likely looked manipulated on january thirty first at twenty twenty and then was worried about. Nih money's going to the wuhan virology lab and and you know. Oh you could see was getting very nervous at the time. At least my interpretation of those emails are pretty clear You know he was the guy in march of twenty twenty. No masks up mask on work one mass to mask if you get vaccinated no mass now. If you're vaccinated you get a mass. I mean people have had it with these shifting guidelines and conflicting messages. You know and then people look at wide open borders you know he won't talk about a massive super spreader event. Joe biden's cages with kids and open border processing with no testing is is just unforgivable to me and now massar back thoughts and discussions about possible lockdowns coming back and states going insane and putting mass on kids in school florida. Now it's been a full year last august. Their kids went back to school one year ago and they didn't have mass for the entire year. They did fine now. Yeah they're going to be hot spots here they're always little these little pockets hotspots that show up at cetera. You're told if you get the vaccine. You won't need a mask now. You got vaccinated ninety. You need the mask again. It's it's beyond frustrating and then having wide open borders in no testing and building cages and overcrowding than with kids basically on top of each other in the middle of pandemic and then basically saying here free transportation to any of these. You know forty eight states continental united states people have a right to be and anyway so we got a lot to get to today. Mandatory vaccination shifting guidelines massar back frustration. But by weekend was so one of my best friends fully vaccinated contracted covert now. I want to be very fair my coverage here because the biden communications team is angry. They've reached out to news outlets over their irresponsible delta coverage meaning the delta variant. And it's being done for ratings. Whoa that's a pretty heavy accusation. You're only telling people about breakthrough calm breakthrough cases it as a name if you're fully vaccinated and you know for example. Nbc breakthrough cova cases are on the rise among the vaccinated. That was a headline from nbc. News it's not wrong..

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"$1 trillion" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"$1 trillion" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Are you.