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A highlight from Bitcoin Could Bottom at $12,000 OR LOWER! (Here's WHY) | Gareth Soloway
"All right, guys, in the last 16 hours, we've had two bits of news that have absolutely rocked the market. The first piece of news that rocked the markets was an unsubstantiated report that SpaceX has written down the value of their Bitcoin. It came from the Wall Street Journal and it came from a little paragraph at the bottom of an article that was written about SpaceX. And what it says at the very bottom of the article, it says the documents also show that SpaceX wrote down the value of the Bitcoin that it owns by a total of $373 million last year. Now, Twitter or crypto Twitter went and interpreted that SpaceX had actually sold their Bitcoin, which I don't think is true. And we're going to talk about that in a couple of minutes. The other bit of news that rocked the market was this bit of news over here, which actually is quite serious news. And that's that Evergrande, which is the second largest property developer in China, has actually gone into bankruptcy. You know, in China, this is a massive, massive, massive thing. Evergrande, the second biggest property group in China going down is massive news. And we're going to talk about why this could actually spread into contagion. Now, when you take those pieces of news and you superimpose them on the market that we have now, let's talk about when I say the market that we have now, we're not dealing with a normal market. We're dealing with a market where the volume on the markets and the liquidity on the markets is lower than it's ever been. So if you look at the Bitcoin trading volume chart, what you realize is that the trading volume on Bitcoin is the lowest that it's ever been. And so when you take this news or when you take as much news as we just had or two events that we've just had and you superimpose it over the fact that you've got no volume in the market. The problem is that you start getting a cascade of liquidations. You get all the leverage starting to get liquidated out the market. That's exactly what happened last night. If you look at the Bybit chart, you look at the Bybit chart, Bybit, the Bitcoin price on Bybit went down to $24 ,207. And that's what happens when everybody's stop loss is hit and there's no buyers in the market. And this wasn't only Bybit, it was actually many of the leverage exchanges. There was $1 billion worth of longs which were complete, well, $834 million longs which were completely wrecked and $207 million worth of shorts that were absolutely, absolutely wrecked. So take the combination of no volume in the market and no liquidity in the market, superimpose it with two bits of bad news and then a little bit of like bad news on the stock markets and on the macro markets, because we also have a situation in the United States at the moment where they yield the 10 -year Treasury yield is not trading at 4 .27%, which is very high. In fact, what I want to do is I want to show you when the last time that this 10 -year Treasury yield, it was in 2007, was the last time that the 10 -year Treasury yield was as high. Now what does this mean? It means that people don't want US debt. It means that people are dumping US debt. And when you take a country that has so much debt like the United States and people start dumping their debt, that could be a recipe for a catastrophe in the making. And that's what's weighing down on the markets. Now, combining this all together, Gareth wrote a tweet and in the tweet, he says the following, I'm not going to read the whole tweet, it says, should 25 break, 20K becomes the next stop. Should 20K fail, the 52 -week current cycle lows, it will be tested at 15 ,700. Then he says, 12 to 13 ,000 is still very much on the table. And he even says Bitcoin can go as low as $9 ,000 to $10 ,000. So when I read that, first thing I did was I picked up the phone to Gareth, it was like four o 'clock in the morning his time, I said, Gareth, listen, wake up, buddy, you've got to be on banter as soon as you wake up tomorrow morning. And he's agreed. So later on in the show, Gareth is coming on and he's going to talk us through the thesis. And then at the end of the show, you're going to tell me whether you think Gareth is right or Gareth is wrong. So listen, I know it's Friday and usually on Fridays what we do is banter, but I just figured that today it wasn't time for a banter. Today, we're going to deep dive into all of these things and we're going to decide whether this is a problem and whether we're going to continue to go down or whether this is just a short term thing. And we're going to be back back up at $27 ,000, $28 ,000 and $29 ,000 very soon. So, big show. Let's do this, guys.
"16 hours" Discussed on WTOP
"Facing criminal charges. The court in Austin heard detailed testimony from the plaintiffs last month, one including woman who from went into life -threatening septic shock and the baby was stillborn. The state has filed an appeal. prosecutors Federal applied to threatening social media posts from former President Trump. Here's CBS's Scott McFarland. On his Truth Social Platform Friday, Donald Trump posted, If you go after me, I'm coming for you. Took just a few hours for that social media post to make it into a court filing from Special Counsel Jack Smith. Smith said the post might intimidate witnesses in the many legal cases against Trump. Two Orlando police officers are in critical condition after being shot during a traffic stop During the stop, the suspect shot two of our officers. The suspect carjacked another car and a vehicle pursuit ensued. Orlando Police Chief Eric Smith. FBI The is investigating a cyber attack targeting hospitals and clinics in at least four states. CBS's John Dickerson details. has Prospect Medical Holdings says it took its computer systems offline after learning it had been breached by hackers. The problem also caused urgent care and elective surgery centers to close and ambulances to be diverted. The systems are not expected to be online until next week. Nurses at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick New Jersey are on strike. 12 -14 hour turn into 16 hour days. Barely any rest break. I'm lucky if I could go to the bathroom. To us it's not about money. We just want more nurses at the bedside. Millions of older Americans are nearing retirement with nothing Recent analysis by the Government Accountability Office found that in 2019 just one in 10 low -income workers between the ages of 51 and 64 had any money put away for retirement that compares to one in five in 2007 prior to the Great Recession. That means many senior Americans will live out their lives in poverty. CBS's Christopher Cruz a Russian court has convicted opposition leader Alexei Navalny on additional charges sentencing him to 19 years in prison. He was already serving a nine -year term Russia expert Beth Noble. It's widely that believed this sentence for Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is based on bogus charges of extremism. In messages on social media Navalny said he knows no matter what the official sentence he's serving a life term. This is CBS News. If to hire you you need need Indeed. Their end -to -end hiring system helps you attract, interview, and hire candidates all in the same place. Visit indeed .com slash credit. 603 on Saturday morning August the 5th it is 72 degrees in our nation's capital Good morning I'm Dan Ronan. Thanks for joining us here on WTOP. The top local stories that we're following at this hour. In a story that will
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"With about two dozen kids to a squale a key elementary in Boston, but there can be some challenges my son and his friends all play trombone. And so there have definitely been some days where there's been like 5 trombones in our cargo bunch. She's seen kids daunted by a hill or unsteady near other bikes, grow throughout the year, participating in the bike bus. When you give kids the age appropriate independence, they become more confident they become less anxious. They realize that they actually have the power to deal with problems that come up and move forward. Meghan cloher, WTO news. 17s ranging from 14 to 17 are charged with stealing cars from Montgomery county. It happened around 7 30 Wednesday morning. County police age detectives spotted a red Hyundai sonata speeding along Livingston street in gathersburg, the car then crashed in the suspects ran off, but officers later caught up with the teenagers and arrested them on auto theft charges, police say the car they were driving was stolen in D.C.. Montgomery county detectives have been on alert in response to a rash of thefts of Hyundai's and Kyiv's older models have been the targets of thieves nationwide because of a TikTok challenge that's gone viral. For the second day in a row flights out of one of the terminals at JFK in New York were disrupted because of a power outage. A power disruption at JFK's terminal one is still impacting travel more than 24 hours later, an electrical panel malfunction cost of fire is shutting the terminal down. Airport officials are waiting for a part to arrive to complete full repairs. The outage is impacting dozens of flights and of course is frustrating travelers. We had our vacation planned and we have hotels that are booked and they're not giving us our money back. This is the busiest city in the world. How do they not have a backup plan for this? Good question. The port
Stephen A. Smith: A Man's Responsibility Is to Take Care of His Family
"To me the death of the most devastating thing And I'm totally different than my sisters with this mark My sisters were preoccupied with focusing on his infidelity My issue was his lack of manhood as it pertains to his willingness to take care of his family To not pay bills to watch a woman because I'm old fashioned and I know that it's not the most popular thing to say in these days and time with this woke culture which I am against by the way and I've often said that I've got some progressive tendencies I've got some conservative tendencies but I damn sure in a part of the woke coach I can tell you that And when you see I believe that if you are a man it is your responsibility to exhaust every means and measure to take care of your family do your job So a woman doesn't have to You know of course I love a career woman I think women are highly more intelligent than us a lot of times if not all the damn time And all of those things come into play But my attitude is that if the woman in my life has a career I want her to know it's because she wants to Not because she has to So she can help take care of my responsibilities My responsibility is to facilitate hard doing that And I get that for watching my mother work 16 hours a day 7 days a week for 20 plus years with one week's vacation Because of what he wasn't doing And that forced her to have to take care of her children herself
"16 hours" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"They're comfortable and they have a lot of experience fighting. And so i think we could see denver rattle off a lot more winds here over the next couple of weeks because hey nobody's talking about them and that's one. They're kind of at ease speaking of that harrison real quick. No one's talking about how Jokers mvp race at this stage is he. Is he the favor in your mind. They still do. They need desperately to get up to that top three spot in the west. Where are you there. So yeah. He's the clear favorite Espn a stressful. Yesterday i believe he was the overwhelming favorite the overwhelming favourite now. The only way he can lose it is if denver really slips like if the lakers past that and then if they slip too you know that six seven spot then i think he gets a little dicey if the nuggets in the four five. I think he's a walk to win. It you know. Even if denver slipped to six or seven to west is so good Like you get paid than doug its record to some of the top teams the east. It's just funny because it's just like yeah denver's lost like a couple more games than the top seeded Netzer seventy sixers but if denver stays in the four five. It's gonna be nicole yokich as it should be now. That'd be so awesome. Annabi great for nuggets team really great for for the state. I mean just having somebody who. We talked about the nuggets for years not getting the respect from the nba and maybe even teams in general in in colorado not getting respect. Have mvp tag to that. I mean people are gonna start turning their heads your way. Yeah no doubt. I mean a lot of people in the state and city have realized which which is great but people just have to wrap their heads around that like nicole. Yokich is this. City's larry bird. Yeah he he's gonna go down as an all time player is going to go down if he keeps this up as a twenty top twenty five player ever a future hall of famer. People are coming to that realization. But and like i can't blame them because it's tough to wrap your head around that but this guy is going to go down as one of the greatest players in nba history. And he's the city's larry bird and he's really starting to get the recognition he deserved. Yeah no question about it. Well said my friend harrison always appreciate your time will afford to catch up with the next week. Every nine harrison wind dean vr nuggets. That's interesting you know. If joker goes august the mvp and then you know he's still have another five assuming they get 'em resigned to another contract in the next two or three years. I would imagine that it's gonna keep me up at night. Colefax worrying about that We i was talking about mount rushmore. The other day you know doing the whole broncos. I love that debate that topic. It's so fun. 'cause nobody's really wrong except for any opinion..
"16 hours" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Ioka chair so now that they're back in a situation where nobody's talking about them. I'm not surprised that they're comfortable and they're just going to play free. I'm looking back. I know obviously michael porter. Jr. is going to have to take it to the next level jokers going to have to keep being that. Mvp guy but that contract to get monte morris. I it was an amazing move anyway. But now isn't that just doesn't make tim collin calvin booth the rest of the nuggets organization. I mean that was. That was a genius. Move because morris. I think makes me at least a little bit better about fact that jamal is not there. Because he's not just a capable backup. I think more surprise. Start on a few teams Oh no doubt he could probably start on. You know maybe slightly under half the teams and we. He's one of the better backup point guards in the week and he is such a great plugging playoffs. And i don't think the nuggets are going to be any worse off offensively and the regular season with monte morris in the starting lineup. I really don't. They're going to put up one hundred twenty points you know every other night. They're gonna run really efficient often. Because monte morris is just that good as lincoln the chain now in the playoffs in the playoffs. I'm the little worried about their offense. Because that moore yokich two man game is just so so good. That's a huge part of denver's playoff success in just losing. That is tough but in the regular season muslim worse than step right in there and brought his team and get everybody involved getting nicole. Yoga's the ball where he needs to get the ball. Get michael porter. Jr. the ball when he's not so yeah. Monte morris is one of the best guys you could have. You can hope to rely and fall back on this type of situation. Who's gonna when you look at the bench now. Obviously that's gonna take. Moore's put him there. When you look at this bench finding the scoring consistently is going to be probably what's keeping mike malone up at night you see michael green seventeen points against the heat. Pj dosier gets fifteen but we've also seen kind of some inconsistencies there. Who do you think's gonna be that guy off the bench. They're really carry the offense for this team going forward. I think there's a chance of speed dozer and the key for josiah and this is really just been the key off season. We have a nickname for him on the dan. Vr nuggets post game. And podcast we call him. Mvp because the guys so aggressive we know he thinks he's like A starter level player. We know he thinks he's like a really really good town in this league stupid calls today but the keefer him is just to play in his role if he plays in his role takes the shot that he gets within the nuggets offense Really to the playmaker tries set. People up. Played selfless and unselfish basketball. That's when he's out his best. Somebody did the other night so i think. Pj does your has a chance to really emerge here. Yeah it'll be interesting definitely going to need that on that side of harrison. Always appreciate you man. What are you working on force so we can check out in the next couple days. Yeah i'm gonna be writing about kind of the nuggets taken on this underdog role again like i was just talking about. It's a roll. They're familiar with its role..
"16 hours" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Probably not You've just gotta keep winning. A denver has said they're going to push for a top four seats. Push her home court advantage in not first round. The problem is the teams ahead of them. One are just really good. It's like the sun's the jazz. I think they're both. They're both really hot. Like denver has been The clippers have they lost since they got rajon rondo. I'm not sure like last time. Looks defeated And they also have a really easy schedule from here on out so it's gonna be tough to catch those teams now. It seems like anthony. Davis is on the cusp of of a return. So he's going to help the lakers. Who really like whether the story without lebron eighty so. It seems like it could be for lakers around one It would be too bad though. It would really like this being dagger. Yeah you get the lakers round one. And let's say the nuggets do it. You know they get past them. They can't let their guard down at that point again. We'll see what happens. But how do you think the rest of the nba views that you know if it's lakers nuggets in the first round the does the rest of the playoffs feel anti-climactic after that and the second round if the nuggets were to take care of the lakers. You're saying well then just opened the door. I think for like the sons of the jack. And i mean like if you're the nba on one hand you've probably because the lakers are like the nba baby and the league office would love nothing more than together. James and anthony davis back the finals for the good of the game. Having team like denver or phoenix or utah. Make a run. I think that's a great thing for the league getting like new faces in there. I think you're right. I think this is something i know the. Nba has a hard time swallowing that. But i think that you have a chance. Harrison probably get more more of that can casual fan. If you're not just locking in the same guys. I mean we go on runs. Golden state dominated for. Whatever team was on so i love looking at the standings. It's so unique but not seeing. Lebron led team at number one or two not seeing some of the favorites in the offseason at one or two teams that we thought were going to be okay but sitting at one or two in the west of course philly in brooklyn in the east. I for one kind of like that parody. I've seen different.
"16 hours" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"It is top text tuesday. i'm looking for. I'm looking for some greatness man. We got the nuggets rock and roll and they've won like six out of their last seven games or five out of their last six something like that six seven their rock and we got march madness coming up thursday's the play in games. Friday we actually are gonna have the first round. We're gonna be mccartney's grill at the country club we're inviting whole against from all across the land. Come by anytime hang out. We got a room dedicated to the against. Yeah that should be. That's not going to be a disaster or anything but we're looking forward to that. That should be a lot of fun. And what else. What else are we are in free agency. So i won't takes today. I want good takes our power to play sports. Poll question will get you rolling. With this broncos pick up the option for von miller eighteen million dollars. He's got another year with denver. Good move bad move. You don't need to elaborate necessarily mean it could have been a lot more. You could have tried to work out a long term. Deal whatever with vaughn. But this this is basically vaughn not taking any pay-cut essentially gambling on himself. If he's terrible this year then he's not going to be able to go anywhere for for much more than way below average as far as pass rushers way below if he goes out and rocks it. Then he's going to probably get himself a pretty sweet contract for the next two or three years. Sixty percent of the hooligans are happy about it. They're saying good. Move by the broncos forty percent of course saying bad move go to the whole show dot com to vote and let us know what you think the he signed chris. He's he's going all on this thing isn't he. Wow brady could you possibly devote a segment today to break down the long snapper prospects for kansas city. I'll wait with breath holding anticipation. Go go chat chefs chief. Dickson is a great leader. And the way we still.
"16 hours" Discussed on WTOP
"And w t o p dot com. The senators who are the jurors in this trial have been asking questions of both sides for more than an hour. Earlier, Lawyers for the former president made his impeachment defense by accusing Democrats of launching a campaign of hatred. Against Donald Trump and manipulating his words in the lead up to the deadly siege on the Capitol. Here's attorney Michael Vander Dean, the first two messages the president sent via Twitter once the incursion of the capital began, where state peaceful and no violence. Because we are the party of Law and order trial is speeding toward a conclusion and there could be a vote this weekend likely for acquittal. Joining US live. Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday. Hey, Chris, thanks for being back with us. Good to be back. So there were a lot of strong emotions this week, particularly when the House impeachment managers provided that video for people to relive what happened. How do you think the president's lawyers did blunting their message? Well, that's fair, I guess is the is the best thing I can say. But, you know, look, they want to get, uh, their client off and it appears that there are enough Republican senators. Who are convinced that they do not want to convict the president, either. For reasons of principal reason. Reasons of politics. They don't wanna cross Donald Trump on. Do you know there's an old saying up on Capitol Hill when you have the votes votes, so they think they have the votes. I think they All we do have the boats, so they had 16 hours to defend the president. They used three hours on day. Just want to get this over with Andre put the impeachment to rest. How would you judge how the House impeachment managers presented their kicks? Well, I think they did a nif ect of job, powerful job of marshal in the evidence and building the case, and one of the key points that they made was that it wasn't just the president's speech. On January sex that it was ah whole campaign of for months of President Trump, talking about the fact that the only way he could lose is if the election was rigged. Then after the elections, saying that the elected that it had been stolen from him, uh, marshaling the support of of his base, but also some some extreme right wing groups. On then, of course, the speech on January 6 Now whether that adds up to being incitement or not, I think they were wise to make it about what had the president had done over months, not just what he did that afternoon. Who do you have on to talk about this? Well, we're going on that subject. We're gonna be talking. And by Sunday this trial could be over the way they're speeding along and it appears all sides feel that they've made their point on. They don't want this to Dr Gone so we could have a vote. To acquit the president as late I mean, is early is tomorrow afternoon, we're gonna have Lindsey Graham, one of the president's staunchest supporters in the Senate and Amy Club, it char Democrat who was very much feels that he should be convicted. And then the other big story is the CDC. Rochelle Wolinsky, the director of the CDC, a top infectious disease doctor. They came out with new guidelines today for reopening schools, and one of the things they say is, you can reopen schools without all the teachers being vaccinated. So we'll be talking to her about that on Sunday, right, Looking forward to it. Thanks, Chris. Thank you, Chris guys. Chris Wallace, Host of Fox News.
"16 hours" Discussed on 600 WREC
"In New York state, were released from hospitals and sent into nursing homes by order of governor Andrew Cuomo. The New York Post is reporting that Melissa Derosa as secretary to the governor, told leading States Democrats during a video conference call the Cuomo administration Then withheld data on covert 19 nursing home deaths to avoid scrutiny by the Justice Department. New YORK Congressman Lee's held in asking the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice investigation. Most Democrats have concluded two days of prosecuting their impeachment case against former President Trump lead impeachment manager representative Jamie Raskin, asking in his closing statements and generate six Why did President Trump not at any point that day condemn the violent insurrection and the insurrectionists? The president's defense team has two days beginning Friday to present their case, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, one of the jurors, telling Fox News at night. There is no chance for a Senate conviction in two days in 16 hours of presenting their case, they haven't come remotely close to demonstrating that President Trump's conduct Violated the law that it constituted incitement. Vote in the Senate is expected early next week. The White House says. Tweaks and adjustments are expected as Congress works so the president's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says the president supports a new proposal for Democrats providing as much as $3600 per child to help working families ensure they could make it ends meet. This proposal is emergency funding. As I understand it. Conservatives are concerned about deficits and whether the money would be temporary. Alexis Rachel Sutherland Wall Street Thursday the Dow dropped seven points. The S and P 500 Game seven, NASDAQ added. 53. America is listening to Fox News. And we have breaking news. Yes, to show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired fitness celebrity Billy.
"16 hours" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Following then President Donald Trump's Orders, folks. This was not a hidden crime. The president told them to be there, and so they actually believed they would face no punishment. House manager Ted Lieu said. The former president took pleasure in the January 6 attack on the U. S. Capitol. President Trump's lack remorse. Refusal to take accountability during the attack shows his state of mind. Shows that he intended the events of January 6 to happen. What it did he delighted in it. And Jason Miller and adviser to former president Trump Tweeting that the defense quote will finish up our presentation tomorrow. Which of course is Friday, and they have equal time for their opening arguments. Their legal rebuttal if you will. S 0 16 hours over the course of two days, Although it looks like they're gonna wrap up Tomorrow, So keep it right here. We'll all find out together how long the defense last and we have continuing coverage with another special update coming up in two minutes and 12 seconds. Divided administration has informed the Supreme Court that it does not support Trump Administration policies to invalidate Obama care. Then Rosen bomb is a legal analyst for CBS News. Obamacare's presently before the Supreme Court. Appealing a lower court ruling that since the tax penalty for the individual mandate has been eliminated, the entire law must fail because it was this tax under the commerce clause. That provided the constitutional basis in the Supreme Court's original 5 to 4 ruling in favor of the law. Now the court must decide whether the taxes several from the rest of the law in order to save its protections for uninsured Americans. Under Obama care 20 million Americans gained health care coverage, a decision expected Sometime this coming summer now to the fight against Cove in 19 recent declines in hospitalizations and daily deaths and confirmed new infections are fueling hope, Dr Diane Griffin of Johns Hopkins says. What we're seeing is incremental and encouraging, but we're not out of the woods. Yet. While the case numbers have been decreasing steadily, there's still much higher than they were during the first wave, which overwhelmed parts of the country last spring and summer. Dr. Bruce Lee, a professor of health policy and management at the City University of New York, says whether this Is a momentary dip or whether we've reached the peak, and now things were coming down. It's not completely clear. Further clouding. The forecasts are questions about how the known Corona virus variants, including a more transmissible strain that is thought to emerge in the UK might alter the pandemics. Course I'm like power. The CDC is now recommending that all of us where two masks to help stop the spread one of them having the wire in the nose. They say that's important because It essentially shapes your face in a better fashion keeps it tighter s So keep that in mind. Nurses at ST Vincent's Hospital was Wooster voted to authorize a strike. Both sides are sitting down today to discuss the issues. Let's go back now to the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. CBS News Special Report. House managers continue to present their case against former President Trump in Mr Trump's second impeachment trials. Trump knew exactly what he was doing in inciting the January 6th month. Exactly. Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin is the lead house manager. He says Mr Trump was well aware of his influence after the siege of the Michigan Capital. Last year, the siege of the Michigan State House was effectively a state level dress rehearsal for the siege of the U. S. Capitol that Trump incited on January 6. It was a preview of the coming insurrection in Congressman Ted Lieu said Mr Trump, never flat out told protesters to stop the violence present from didn't do any of that. Why not? Busy intended what happened on January.
"16 hours" Discussed on WTOP
"Cormack. People need to slow down in North Texas. Just what officials feared a mass pile up because of the icy weather on an interstate and Fort Worth Alan Sky of KRLD. Both directions of 35 W were shut down when a an 18 Wheeler rolled over this morning. Immense are England's one of giving him They were responding to this, and then the ambulance was hit in the middle of this crash Reporter Bailey Friday. The roads are a mess this morning, and I think we're seeing the proof of that all across North Texas. I saw several takes Start trucks on the bridge with me driving over and then again on the side roads as I pulled over so they really are everywhere. I have seen a couple of patches of black guys, mostly on the service road, but it's definitely there. Day three of Donald Trump's impeachment trial correspondent Stacey Lynn on what's expected, most managers will present for the second day and have upto eight hours for their arguments. They're trying to establish that Mr Trump incited the riot and needs to be held accountable. Then the floor is handed over to his legal team. His lawyers will have 16 hours over a span. End of two days to argue the people who breached the capital did so on their own accord. Yesterday, Democrats presented chilling recordings of the chaos on January. 6 Republican Senator Lindsey Graham on, Fox said it backfired, not guilty vote is growing. I think most Republicans found the presentation by the House managers. Offensive and absurd. The chaos continues over the cove it vaccine distribution and Danvers, Massachusetts last night, a sight suddenly had hundreds of doses available. We walked right in. It was no line outside it all we want stated starting today, caregiver setting up appointments for anyone over 75 in Massachusetts consign Oppa's well but in Los Angeles, a very different story of vaccine shortage is Claudia. Prosecutor reports L. A Mayor Eric Garcetti says the city's vaccine allotments have been shrinking 16,000 doses this week. That's 90,000 fewer doses, and last week we looked to places where they have lower cases..
With New Video Footage, Managers Show How Close Rioters Got To Pence And Lawmakers
"Impeachment managers are using video of the D. C right to bolster their case against former President Trump In his Senate impeachment trial, impeachment managers shared new video of lawmakers being led away from rioters and Vice President Mike Pence being rushed to a secure location. As they claim the former president delayed sending help impeachment manager Joaquin Castro on January 6th. President Trump Left everyone In this capital. For dead impeachment managers will continue making their case today. The defense starts its 16 hours of arguments
"16 hours" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"If you have issues with the Iris, I should say as well. 16 hours. Democrats have over two days to rebut the Democrats case us. You know the Republicans? Well, Trump's lawyers will S o. They have two days 16 hours. They have a strong Strong presentation. And you know, it really has been, by the way. You know, the Castor, the president's lawyer. How horrible the job. He did. Yes, and we talked about this. Trump. Absolutely was furious and read this guy a new You know what He is furious and beyond angry over how the impeachment defense team performed, according to the daily wire, in a report. Two sources and that this is actually the pickings from Fox News, Kevin Corke. Two sources who spent time with the former president today. Described him as being quote, furious and beyond anger with impeachment defense team he was especially upset with Attorney Bruce Castor, obviously Rambling and opening argument. Ah, former president spending the day watching the trial from inside his private quarters at Mar a Lago. No golf very same plan tomorrow. Biden is apparently taking a pass opting to not way in. He doesn't have to. He had in his basement. The one why would he need to do anything? You know? And thanks to Ah Trump supporters. And Republicans in Georgia staying home and not voting for the wrath. And screwing us is just the full railroad over anything. But Senator John Thune, Republican from South Dakota, said they have a strong strong presentation put together in a way, I think makes a pretty compelling Democrats have done a good job of connecting the dots, he says. And they have a great offense they really do for once. Although it's because there's a lot of compelling video show that's just horrifying crews. Ted Cruz are senator, one of her two says the footage was horrific writers should be prosecuted. Democrats, though, had not connected the writers criminality to the former president. Mm..
Opening arguments begin in Senate after harrowing first day of impeachment trial
"In the impeachment trial of former President Trump will begin today. Both sides will have 16 hours to make their arguments with impeachment managers going first. Lead manager Jamie Raskin made an emotional plea on day One is Democrats opened with a 13 minute video of the January 6 riot. We cannot have presidents inciting and mobilizing mob violence against Our government. In our institutions because they refused to accept the will of the people Under the Constitution of United States. After managers rest their case, it will be the defense's turn. Then senators will have an opportunity to ask questions. Ah final vote could come within a week.
"16 hours" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"In the civic constitutional, You can impeach a former president. I think it will take us to a place that's not good for the country. Republican Senator Mike Lee. Democrats argue There's no other path for accountability. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Evidence. Some of it will be new opening argument. Start tomorrow, with impeachment managers going first with 16 hours spread over two days. Then the defense is going to take the two days with 16 hours of arguments Also over those two days. Lisa thanks Rachel Well, Senate Democrats insist the trial will not slow progress on the president's nearly $2 trillion rescue plan. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says pundits who said it impeachment trial and covert relief legislation could not happen at the same time, a wrong The bottom line is simple. The Senate is moving full steam ahead on a bold plan. Get this country out of the crisis. Democrats in the Senate are working with House colleagues on a relief measure expected to total about $2 Trillion, a plan that includes direct payments for many families and hands. Unemployment benefits. Impossibly a minimum wage increase. Republicans have pushed back on the price tag, arguing for a more tailored approach boxes. Jared help earn on Capitol Hill ahead of the trial. Other business continues as well, including a confirmation hearing for Neera Tanden tapped to be the president's budget chief. Like other nominees. She is expressing concern about China. In this case over its trade practices. Tandon says China is not upholding its and of the bilateral deal it made with the Trump Administration last year. Also getting questions about possible security risks from the popular app. Tic Tac, she says any entity is a concern when its shares Private.
"16 hours" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Majority vote, then 16 hours for House managers to make their case. 16 hours for the president's defense. The Trump legal team writing in a brief the trial is going to be political theater, blaming Nancy Pelosi quote the speaker of the House and her allies have tried to callously harness. The chaos of the moment for their own political gain. The House will establish it trial that President Trump merits conviction and disqualification toehold in enjoy any Office of honor, trust or profit Under the United States. The trial could be extended for a longer period of time. If the impeachment managers decide that they will call witnesses. President Biden wants to cut his predecessor off from intelligence information. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki clarified remarks the president made to CBS News a reference, of course. His erratic behavior, which I think many Americans would agree with him on hey, was expressing his concern about former president Trump receiving access to sensitive intelligence. But sake acknowledged the president may not have the final word on whether Trump stays in the loop, saying that's ultimately up to intelligence officials. Sake also told reporters President Biden will not spend much time monitoring the impeachment trial of the former president. That's Rachel Sutherland reporting Governor Gavin Newsom toward the mass vaccination center at Petco Park Monday, praising San Diego County for leading the state in distribution. The governor says other counties in California are way behind where they need to be. But San Diego was several sites, including pet go downtown. Example of success. San Diego The first county person city put a site together like this successfully clues. You inspired others, all throughout the state of California, including The L. A Dodgers, including folks in Northern California, Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara. With 40 Niners play, they'll be opening their mass vaccination site Cal Expo in the number State Fairgrounds have now done thing. Same unless the month the PETCO site alone distributed more than 100,000 vaccines. Jack Cronin, Koga news governor nuisances. The number of new coronavirus cases continues to fall statewide during his news conference at Petco Park. After touring the vaccination superstation, the governor had an update on the numbers on.
"16 hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Majority vote, then 16 hours for House managers to make their case. 16 hours for the president's defense. The Trump legal team writing in a brief the trial is going to be political theater, blaming Nancy Pelosi quote the speaker of the House and her allies have tried to callously harness. The chaos of the moment for their own political gain. The House will establish a trial that President Trump merits conviction and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor, trust or profit under the United States like Emmanuel at the Capitol. Florida Senator Marco Rubio says it could be an issue of national security. Federal investigators are trying to find out whoever broke into the computer that controls the water supply in the city of Oldsmar, someone hacked into the plant system and increase the supply of a dangerous chemical by 100 fold, said Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri. This is obviously a significant and potentially dangerous increase. Sort of hydroxide, also known as a lie is the main ingredient in liquid drain cleaners, he added. The hacker who is still unknown To authorities remotely access the system for 3 to 5 minutes. But because the operator noticed the increase and lowered it right away. There was no harm to the public. Leela Luciano CBS News, one of the Senate's most progressive members, says it would be an outrage to take out the $15 minimum wage from the Cove. It relief Bill Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, noting the push by some in his party to reduce the number of people eligible for direct stimulus payment took to Twitter, calling the idea unbelievable working class people. Well, who got checks from Trump would not get them from Biden. Brilliant. This is the Congressional Budget Office released its report suggesting that raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025 would balloon. The deficit by $54 billion by 2031 would put 1.4 million Americans out of work with the CBO, adding young, less educated people would account for a disproportionate share of those reductions and employment. Kevin Corke reporting, Democrats have proposed sending out $1400 stimulus checks to individuals making up to $75,000 a year and for married couples up to 150,000. A new survey finds many Americans have real doubts about democracy, including most Republicans, Just 16% and an Associated Press and Marcie Center for Public Affairs Research. Polls say democracy is working well or extremely well. 45% think democracy isn't functioning properly. Right now. Republicans are more likely to feel that way and October, 68% said Democracy was working at least somewhat well. The figure plummeted to 36% last month. The inverse is true for Democrats. About two thirds of Americans say Joe Beina, was legitimately elected president. But only a third of Republicans believe so. One positive finding from the poll 80% say a democratically elected government is the desired approach. Hamburg. ADI Fox News, one of the major airlines is going to keep US safety policy in place for passengers even as the pandemic rages on. Delta says it will continue to block the middle seats in all its planes through at least April for a time that the U. S. Airlines were blocking the middle seats for social distancing all but Delta have abandoned the practice. It was set to expire at the end of March and now extends on all flights through April 30th, which includes Easter, and they usually busy spring break travel period. That is, if there is one this year. Delta says it wants its customers to quote have complete confidence when traveling. Back Piper CBS News. One of the original members of the Supremes, has died. Mary Wilson passed at her home in Nevada at the age of 76..
"16 hours" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Majority vote, then 16 hours for House managers to make their case. 16 hours for the president's defense. The Trump legal team writing in a brief the trial is going to be political theater, blaming Nancy Pelosi quote the speaker of the House and her allies have tried to callously harness. The chaos of the moment for their own political gain. The House will establish it trial that President Trump merits conviction and disqualification to hold and enjoy any Office of honor, trust or profit. Under the United States. The trial can be extended for a longer period of time if impeachment managers decided to call witnesses. San Antonio leaders are encouraged by the continuing downward trend of the city's covered 19 numbers Bear on, Nierenberg said. Hospitalizations are still on the decline, and the positivity rate is now under 10%. Moving in the right direction. We're counting on you to help us get through this pandemic together As a community. We know what happens when our guard is down. The city's covert risk levels also been downgraded to moderate San Antonio Aya's D will start phasing students back into in person classrooms beginning February 22nd a week from next Monday, district officials said their decision is based on city and county officials announcement that the local covet positivity rate is below 10%. That level schools are permitted to operate at 50% student capacity. Officials say the return of kids to class will all depend on the rates remaining below 10% President Biden. Biden has said that school closures across the nation and a lack of in person learning due to the cove it pandemic is a national emergency. This comes as millions of students continue online learning despite calls from both parents and lawmakers to get kids back in the classroom. Speaking to Fox News, Dr Anthony Fauci discuss reopening schools even if teachers have not received their Corona virus vaccine. It's not an easy problem to solve. Obviously, we want to get Teachers vaccinated. They are essential personnel. As far as we're concerned, it would be important to get them vaccinated. But there are situations where you likely consisted, get Children. Back to school. President Biden has pledged to reopen most K through 12 schools within the 1st 100 days of his administration and off duty deputy has turned himself in after a warrant for his arrest, claims he assaulted a bear county inmate. 26 year old Victor Collins, was arrested last night after the inmate accused him of the assault over the weekend. Bear County Sheriff Javi are Salazar issued a notice of proposed dismissal for Collins and another deputy has already been fired in connection to the case. Collins has been with the office since 2018, founding member of the legendary Motown trio, The Supremes has died. Mary Wilson died suddenly last night at her home in the Las Vegas suburb of Henderson, Nevada. At the age of 76. She was a part of Motown's most successful act.
"16 hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Majority vote, then 16 hours for house managers to make their case. 16 hours for the president's defense. The Trump legal team writing in a brief the trial is going to be political theater, blaming Nancy Pelosi quote. The speaker of the House and her allies have tried to callously harness the chaos of the moment for their own political gain. The House will establish a trial that President Trump merits conviction and disqualification toe hold and enjoy any Office of honor. Trust or profit under the United States. Like Emanuel of the capital, Florida, Senator Marco Rubio says it could be an issue of national security. Federal investigators are now involved in trying to find out whoever hacked the water supply in the city of old smart, someone hacked into the plant system and increase the supply of a dangerous chemical by 100 fold, said Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Galtieri. This is obviously a significant and potentially dangerous increase. Sort of hydroxide, also known as a lie is that Degree and liquid drain cleaners, he added. The hacker who is still unknown to authorities remotely access the system for 3 to 5 minutes, But because the operator noticed the increase and lowered it right away. There was no harm to the public. Leela Luciano CBS News Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders says it would be an outrage to take out the $15 minimum wage from the covert relief bill. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, noting the push by some in his party to reduce the number of people eligible for direct stimulus payment, took to Twitter, calling the idea unbelievable working class people who got checks from Trump would not get them from Biden. Brilliant. This is the Congressional Budget Office released its report suggesting that raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025. Loon. The deficit by $54 Billion by 2031 would put 1.4 million Americans out of work with the CBO, adding young, less educated people would account for a disproportionate share of those reductions in employment. Kevin Corke reporting. A new survey finds many Americans have real doubts about democracy, including most Republicans, Just 16% and an Associated Press and Marcie Center for Public Affairs Research. Polls say democracy is working well or extremely well. 45% think democracy isn't functioning properly. Right now. Republicans are more likely to feel that way. In October, 68% said Democracy was working at least somewhat well. The figure plummeted to 36% last month. The inverse is true for Democrats. About two thirds of Americans say Joe Beina, was legitimately elected president. But only a third of Republicans believe so. One positive finding from the poll 80% say a democratically elected government is the desired approached. Hamburg. ADI Fox News, one of the major airlines is going to keep a safety policy in place for passengers as the pandemic rages on. Delta says it will continue to block the middle seats in all its planes through at least April for a time that the U. S. Airlines were blocking the middle seats for social distancing all but Delta have abandoned the practice. It was set to expire at the end of March. It now extends on all flights through April 30th, which includes Easter, and they usually busy spring break travel period. That is, if there is one this year. Lt says it wants its customers to quote have complete confidence when traveling. Matt Piper CBS News, the U. S. Is noting the deadliest week from avalanches in more than a century. Colorado Avalanche Information Center says there were 14 confirmed deaths between February 1st and the sixth. That's the most in a seven day span since 1910 96 people were killed that year and one avalanche in Washington state. One of the earliest members of the Supremes has died. Wilson.
Seattle City Council approves $4 per hour mandatory pay boost for grocery workers during COVID-19 pandemic
"As 10,000 grocery workers in the city will soon get a $4 per hour pay boost. Increased kicks in as soon as Mayor Jenny Durkan signs the ordinance Wednesday and comes after the City Council approved the emergency move earlier this week. COMAS Suzanne Fons spent the day talking to workers in the Northwest grocery associations Holly Chisolm, We're really grateful, and it's really necessary. Maggie Bashir's worse for Fred Myers grocery store in Seattle. But out of concern about covert 19 she's currently on leave. It's scary. My husband is high risk, and my son is both on his high risk as well. And I'm just terrified. That's you know, one day at work, 16 hour shift will be the thing I regret the most. She really appreciates that Seattle City Council and the mayor have approved of $4 an hour papers for grocery store workers in the city. Grocery store workers are out there and they're putting their lives in the safety of their family members on the line. In order to keep the food supply going additional compensation when these grocery stores are pulling in record profits. It's not an unreasonable request. I don't really want to. You want to be there right now Coming leader Newman up works for a grocery store Millcreek. She wishes she could get the so called hazard pay. She's working only 20 hours a week for her own safety. She hopes other cities and grocery stores will implement the papers, and then I'll give her many hours. It would help with that, too. So hoping pay coma news checked in with the Northwest Grocery Association, which represents Hundreds of major grocery stores that will be impacted by the city mandate stores like you see Fred Meyer, Safeway the mandate effects and your grocery store with more than 500 employees. How will this impact grocery stores? How will this impact Customers. I don't know if it will impact customers as much on the initial. But for certainly for grocery stores. It is a significant cost increase at a time, especially for your smaller grocery stores. They don't earn the huge profits that folks who Googled grocery stores see and it's too early to tell if this papers will mean Ice increases for customers or even job cuts. Industry groups tell me that they are very concerned about the health and safety of their workers. But they also say that officials should be expediting vaccinating their workers, as opposed to focusing on a papers.
Pentagon close to reaching agreement to provide around 450,000 Covid-19 vaccinations a day if they're available
"The U. S military could soon be giving nearly half a million coded 19 shots a day. Two civilians at vaccination centers around the country. That's the bottom line of a draft agreement between FEMA and the Pentagon. According to CNN. It calls for deployment of 10,000 troops at 100 sites. Final details are still being worked out. Each vaccination center would operate 16 hours a day and administer of the 6000 shots
"16 hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"It's the feeling you get when you and your bugs are wringing, wet, covered in mud after a 16 hour shift. Doing a tie in Mr President. How dare you take that away from me? You a man who has done nothing but live off my tax dollars. How dare you sail all of us out How dare you shut down whole communities and make us dependent on foreign oil again. How dare you take food from my family's mouth? How dare you, sir? It's not what it's about Jennifer Home, It's absolutely about that. And you know what the most despicable, disgusting answer that I heard from Joe Biden, John Kerry. Is that the people who are losing their jobs with the Keystone pipeline, and others need to just find a new job. I'll get another didn't find another job. You just do something else. We'll get into solar. I mean, that is an unacceptable answer. And you know what is laughable. Is that they're doing this to try to appease the far left with no idea that canceling the Keystone pipeline is not going to help the environment one bit because guess what the drilling is going to continue. The oil is just going to go somewhere else. So congratulations. America is no longer energy independent. That makes us weak. Weaker than we were. We've lost thousands of jobs billions of dollars in payroll revenue. And the air is going to be the same. The earth and planet all going to be the same and actually worse because they're gonna be trucking, Some rocking it again. He's gonna be making more money. Russia, Venezuela and Iran. That's exactly right. And it's it's so ridiculous. And I was watching Lurch. John Kerry today and I was watching. You know all of these climate policies that Joe Biden is really out and I can tell you right now. The reason I've always believed this Joe Biden was a vessel. He was the one that the DNC thought that they could get elected and they made deals with everybody. It's not by mistake that he's rubbing Bernie's back and giving out talking about a $15 hour. Minimum wage when businesses are already suffering in this country. It's not a mistake that he's doing all of this climate policy today, and I believe that that Green new deal the one that'll appease AOC and the left. That's coming a lot sooner than you think he may have played coy's at all. I don't know if I like everything in that green to deal it's coming. They're going to control everything about your life, and that's why it is important. That we fight and we stay focused and by fight, I don't mean the physical kind. I mean, the kind where we go and actually work together, And here's the deal for those of you thinking about that third party. Have you ever heard? President Trump say that he was going to start a third class tag New GOP.
Flight attendant warns US travelers NOT to take vouchers if they get bumped from a full flight
"Flight attendant has warned travelers in the U. S not to take vouchers if there ever involuntarily bumped from a full flight because they're entitled to cold. Hard cash. Really, yes. Sandra Jeannie Kwan spent 2.5 years working as a flight attendant for Emirates Airlines and learned quite a few tricks and airline secrets on the job, which she generously shares with her tic tac followers. Oh, I have to look her up now. I will not play the TIC Tac video because I do not condone China on the speed round is my portion of the show. But she says quote. Not only are the airlines required to find you an alternative flight, but depending on the length of the delay, you are entitled to cash Hmm. Okay, so Okay, Here's never. I have never taken a voucher really know, because I'm one of those people that when I travel, I very specifically have to get to where I have to get to. It's not like I'm just regionally traveling. And I'm like, got flexible plans. You know what I mean? Well, but if they tell your delayed what do you Or the options? Well, usually when they're offering a voucher there, it's because they've overbooked or something like that. And they're taking volunteers. You know, I mean, all right, so here's some information this broad claims. If your delay after being bumped from any flight is under an hour. There's no cash entitlement. Okay, If the delay before you re book domestic flight is with it is 1 to 2 hours. You're entitled to 200% of your one way fare for a maximum cash payout of $675. But that, But that means you're giving up your flight, right? No in voluntarily. It says in voluntarily just to delay. So do you. I mean, if you if you have a delay, and then you still go on the flight, can you then file a claim? Even after that? I don't know. That's why don't fly. I have this issue, not not a problem for me, but because that would be that would be something like if you actually you got. You know you got like a four hour, six hour delay because I've had it before I was stuck in the Charlotte airport for 16 hours. And it was the worst. It was absolute worse and I didn't get anything out of that. You know how my trips work? In my car start
Advocates Call For Changes In Prisons To Reduce Inmates' Exposure To Coronavirus
"State prisoners have been significantly affected by the coronavirus. At least 220,000 of them have tested positive for covert 19 tight conditions and buildings make social distancing and controlling spread difficult. That is the case in Kansas, which has one of the highest infection rates among state prisons and with access to the vaccine, unclear Advocates are calling for changes to reduce exposure. No mean do you, dean of the Kansas News Service reports. Mary Flowers hasn't seen her daughter, Jordan Fuller, since July. Fuller went to county jail and then in October, she was transferred to the Topeka Correctional Facility. The states on Lee Women's prison. Kansas Prisons haven't allowed visitors since March to prevent the spread of the Corona virus. But that hasn't worked. The virus made its way into the state's prisons in April, 11 inmates and three staff members have died. 5000 inmates in the system have tested positive. It's awful to have a child in there, no matter their age, you know, even when they're 30 throughout the pandemic prisoners and Kansas have said social distancing is basically impossible. Everyone has masks. But not every inmate wears thumb. Not everyone reports their symptoms if they're feeling sick. And people are scared for their health and frustrated by new safety restrictions. Flowers says her daughter has been living in a tent in the prison's laundry building for more than seven weeks until all 60 new arrivals to the prison test negative at the same time. She says her daughter has been tested nine times and has been through four quarantines. They put these women in an impossible situation. You know they're being held where they can't even make it inside the prison. John Wesley O'Hara is a corrections officer at the Topeka facility, he says units go in and out of lockdown when someone gets sick. People still move from building to building and the prison hasn't been disciplining people, so it's hard to enforce mask wearing They were understaffed before the pandemic, But even more officers are out now because they're quarantining taking care of kids are working outbreaks at other prisons. The people who are left sometimes work 16 hour shifts. Harris says he tries to be careful and keeps mostly to himself outside of work. But when his roommate who also works at the prison, tested positive they had to miss Thanksgiving with their families. I had to call my ex wife and tell her I can't see my kids for the next two weeks. This is isolating work. Just by its very nature. Now you had something like this where you actually have to have that physical separation as well and the stress becomes 10 times Greater. The Kansas Department of Corrections declined interview requests. But in a statement, spokesman Randy Bowman said the department is working with officials to follow public health guidelines. Criminal justice advocates have said. That's not enough for months. They've argued the best solution is to release people so they can isolate Lauren Bonds is the legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas. She helped sue the state to release thousands of inmates this spring. The suit was dismissed. But the A C L U is working on individual clemency applications for prisoners who are vulnerable to the virus. The only way to make sure that the transmission rates go down is to make sure that people in prisons can observe the same, You know, protocols that we're being told to observe out here in the community Governor Laura Kelly's office says she's still considering the requests. As for a vaccine, health care workers in Kansas prisons and jails will be among the first to receive it. But there's no news on whether inmates or other staff will be