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Fresh update on "abc " discussed on AP News Radio
"The corona virus forced a delay in a nationally televised interview a vice president Kamilla Harris the vice president was about to be interviewed live in studio in New York on ABC's the view the 2 of you to step out for a second okay 2 of the host sunny Hostin an ana Navarro left the studio Sara Haines stayed behind and so did joy Behar sunny and Anna both apparently tested positive cold with no matter how hard we try of these things happen both were vaccinated the vice president was sent to a remote location the Sonny and Anna are strong women and I know they're fine it but it really also does speak to the fact that they're vaccinated and vaccines really make all the difference because otherwise it would be concerned about hospitalization for a White House official says the vice president did not have any contact with the 2 hosts who tested positive I met Donahue
Harris 'View' interview delayed, hosts positive for COVID-19
"The corona virus forced a delay in a nationally televised interview a vice president Kamilla Harris the vice president was about to be interviewed live in studio in New York on ABC's the view the two of you to step out for a second okay two of the host sunny Hostin an ana Navarro left the studio Sara Haines stayed behind and so did joy Behar sunny and Anna both apparently tested positive cold with no matter how hard we try of these things happen both were vaccinated the vice president was sent to a remote location the Sonny and Anna are strong women and I know they're fine it but it really also does speak to the fact that they're vaccinated and vaccines really make all the difference because otherwise it would be concerned about hospitalization for a White House official says the vice president did not have any contact with the two hosts who tested positive I met Donahue
Fresh update on "abc " discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Workers at two L milagro production facilities claim they have been unlawfully locked out after walking off the job a little village Thursday as they demand better conditions They say they can't go back for their belongings The Cook County sheriff's office making an impact helping to fight crime in Chicago as it assists CPD 37th ward alderman Emma mids telling ABC 7 it's making an impact in Austin Have calmed things a lot So it's the start of the year homicide is down in that area more than 15% but homicides are up nearly 3% city wide Thousands of Chicago public schools still still don't have a way to get to school due to a shortage of bus drivers Here's Kim Gordon about 3300 CPS students still have to figure out their own way to school but the good news is 97% of those students are still in class the tribune reports the district is offering alternative options which includes hiring private cab companies CPS is prioritizing students with diverse learning needs the district is still looking for drivers They're offering financial incentives including signing bonuses many drivers retired due to the pandemic or didn't return because of the vaccine mandate Kim Gordon 8 90 wls news Happening now U.S. officials say all migrants have been cleared from the camp where they were gathered in the Texas border city of Del Rio no word yet on exactly how many were led into the U.S. and how many were sent back In Arlington national cemetery burial for the Utah marine killed in the terror attack in Afghanistan during the U.S. troop withdrawal Here's ABC's Mary Richards Staff sergeant Taylor Hoover was one of 13 U.S. service members killed in the suicide bombing at the Kabul airport last month His family wanted today to be a more private affair as well as last night's services held in his honor at the funeral home in Arlington Hoover served 5 tours of duty with U.S. Marine Corps and many metals and awards for his service Utah's governor has ordered all the flags to fly at half staff today in his honor Mary Richards ABC News Salt Lake City The CDC is out with new data today that it says shows mass in schools do make a difference Three new studies just out the CDC says show that school mask requirements along with other prevention strategies are critical in reducing the spread of COVID in schools and keeping campuses open The studies finding schools in Arizona that opened without mask requirements had a three and a half times higher likelihood of COVID outbreaks Also child cases of COVID at the start of the school year were about half in U.S. counties and had school mask requirements compared to those without them during this school year already over 1800 schools have been closed because of COVID outbreaks Alex stone ABC News Following the CDC's decision to approve Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine booster for those ages 65 and older Americans age 18 to 64 with underlying conditions And many frontline workers including nurses doctors and teachers the U.S. Surgeon General says Americans can now begin lining up for the doses as soon as they're eligible Starting today if you are 6 months out from your last dose the Pfizer vaccine you are eligible for a booster Still no word yet on booster shots for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson Wls news time.
Former ABC News executive says Chris Cuomo harassed her
"And then in TV news executives accusing CNN anchor Chris Cuomo sexual harassment Shelley Ross is written previously about being sexually harassed by former fox news boss Roger ailes and in an opinion piece in The New York Times the ABC executive said that Chris Cuomo who formally reported to her greeted her with a bear hug and then squeezed her buttock while she was at a party with her husband in two thousand five Ross says Cuomo said I can do this now that you're no longer my boss and she responded No you can't and pushed him away she said her husband witnessed the incident and that Cuomo sent an email apologizing shortly afterwards saying he was ashamed Cuomo told the times that he apologized to her then and he means it now Chris Cuomo has faced criticism for his role in advising his brother Andrew Cuomo who resigned as new York's governor last month over allegations of sexual harassment I'm Jennifer king
Fresh update on "abc " discussed on AP News Radio
"And then in TV news executives accusing CNN anchor Chris Cuomo sexual harassment Shelley Ross is written previously about being sexually harassed by former fox news boss Roger ailes and in an opinion piece in The New York Times the ABC executive said that Chris Cuomo who formally reported to her greeted her with a bear hug and then squeezed her buttock while she was at a party with her husband in 2005 Ross says Cuomo said I can do this now that you're no longer my boss and she responded No you can't and pushed him away she said her husband witnessed the incident and that Cuomo sent an email apologizing shortly afterwards saying he was ashamed Cuomo told the times that he apologized to her then and he means it now Chris Cuomo has faced criticism for his role in advising his brother Andrew Cuomo who resigned as new York's governor last month over allegations of sexual harassment I'm Jennifer king
Experts Say Americans Will Likely Have to Live With the Virus Forever
"So here's the headline experts. Say america will now likely have to learn to live with the virus in the early days of the pandemic says. Abc news experts kept a close watch on the number of new cases. Seemed like there was an effort to just eradicate the virus but now public health and infectious disease. Experts are shifting their metric of success with vaccines still highly protective against severe illness. Experts said we should focus less on cases and instead on how many people are being hospitalized or
Fresh update on "abc " discussed on Stephanie Miller
"50 and 64 who have health problems Also on the list adults who have jobs that put them at higher risk of being exposed to the virus What have you got the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine No word yet from the government on boosters for you The AP's Mike Hempen CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky says vaccinating the unvaccinated remains the top goal in the U.S. and around the world And she acknowledges that data on who really needs a booster right away are not perfect Britain and Israel are already giving a third round of shots over strong objections from the World Health Organization that poor countries don't have enough for their initial doses The first subpoenas have been issued by lawmakers investigating the January 6th riots in Washington The AP's Tim McGuire The House committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol has subpoenaed for close advisers to former president Donald Trump The select committee subpoenaed former president Donald Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows His deputy for communications Dan scavino former Defense Department official cash app Patel and former presidential adviser Steve Bannon committee chairman Mississippi congressman Bennie Thompson in letters to the four writes the investigation is looking at the facts circumstances and causes of the attack He's demanding documents and sets their depositions for mid October Veteran TV news executive Shelley Ross says CNN anchor Chris Cuomo sexually harassed her in 2005 by squeezing her buttocks at a party This is AP news The latest on tensions between the Koreas Charles De Ledesma reports North Korea's moving toward offering talks with the south likely trying to get sanctions relief The influential sister of North Korea leader Kim Jong-un says her country is willing to resume talks with South Korea if conditions are met indicating it once soul to persuade Washington to relax crippling economic sanctions Statement comes days after experts said missile tests were intended to show the north would keep boosting its weapons arsenal If the sanctions stayed in place she offered the talks while mentioning South Korean president Moon Jae-in's call for a political declaration to end the 1950 53 Korean War I'm Charles De Ledesma Just 55% of Americans are fully vaccinated against COVID I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. willow springs and streaming worldwide at 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive chalk where facts matter Now your 8 20 Chicago traffic update Southbound 53 is a little heavier now with a road work delays from Palatine road to northwest highway your trip time from Lake hook to two naughty is 16 minutes northbound 11 Adam's tow away westbound near manheim It's a clean incident Bathtubs are blocking both shoulders they apparently came off the vehicle There's no significant delay Inbound Kennedy it's heavy Harlem to Lawrence and montrose to Monroe It's 36 minutes so hair to doubts out 25 for montrose 16 of the express about 30 to the airport Eisenhower 45 minutes three 90 to downtown Stevenson 41 minutes from the veterans memorial to desa will Lake shore drive Ryan 25 minutes 95th of downtown That's traffic I'm tela Monte.
The Battle for 2024 and the Future of the GOP
"Now. I want to talk about in trump shadow because the column today is about books. I reading books. I don't read having to trump. Could my professional obligation requires me to read. George world book andrew sullivan book. Jesse mccarthy's book. I got lots of books to read. I'm always reading. So i can't this flood of trump books. And i mentioned to that. I will be reading one by jonathan karl from abc and david drucker and trump shot. Because both you and karl actually have sources in trump world. What is in trump's shadow going to be about david. It's going to be the future. So what i tried to do with. This book is examined trump's impact on the party with an eye toward what that means for what comes next. And through the prism of what the twenty twenty four america look like and so to the extent that there is reporting in the book. And there's there's a decent amount of it that comes from the time of trump's presidency but even before that it's really about how a lot of the republicans that want to run for president twenty twenty four. We're preparing to run for president long before trump left office and at the same time taking a look at how trump's rise as a republican figure and then president impacted in changed a lot of the party so that we can try and get a handle on what this next generation of. The party is going to look
Fresh update on "abc " discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"On ABC's Good Morning America The House committee investigating the January 6th assault on the capital is launched the next stage of his inquiry It intends to question four of the highest ranking figures from the Trump administration former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows former White House deputy chief of staff for communications Dan scavino former deputy department official cosh Patel and former Trump adviser Steve Bannon limiting the sale of to go alcohol at airports and creation of an industry wide no fly list are among the steps that may be needed to help stem the epidemic of air rage incidents on airline flights International president of the association of flight attendants serene Nelson says much of the out of control behavior comes from intoxicated passengers Stopping to go alcohol should be low hanging fruit here Nelson spoke before the House transportation committee Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios.
Oklahoma's 1st executions set since '15 include Julius Jones
"Oklahoma scheduled its first executions since the state put lethal injections on hold six years ago at one point the Oklahoma death chamber it was one of the busiest in the nation but executions were put on hold after a botched lethal injection in twenty fourteen that left an inmate writhing on the Gurney and drug mix ups in twenty fifteen the wrong lethal drugs were delivered seven executions are scheduled including Julius Jones he is supposed to die November eighteenth for killing a local businessman who was shot in front of his family during a carjacking the date was set despite a recommendation by the Oklahoma pardon and parole board that Jones's death sentence be commuted to life imprisonment without parole Jones's case was featured in twenty eighteen on the ABC television documentary the last defense I'm at Donahue
US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk
"September twentieth was supposed to be an important date an approval from the food and drug administration. The cdc's committee of outside experts will be ready to start. These booster's booster program. During the week of september twenty weeks ago. The white house told us that starting september twentieth today americans would likely be able to sign up for a co vaccine. Booster shots visor. Certainly thinks it's vaccine needs a booster. The drug maker itself suggested after six months it's vaccine efficacy could wayne so on friday. Fda advisors met to discuss the idea of boosters but they emerged with a surprise recommendation of their own vote did not have. The majority voted no rather than agreeing with a vaccine maker rather than agreeing with some of the top scientists and the biden administration the fda advisory panel announced. That booster shots should be available soon but only for senior citizens and other select groups some important distinctions. Here let's break it down with. Abc's aimed flaherty who covers federal agencies. And and what is the actual recommendation here like. Who's going to be able to get a booster shot and win right. So i think it's important to remember. The fda actually hasn't decided yet. This is an advisory panel that was looking at the data and they were only looking at data that related to pfizer. So this is the first vaccine that rolled out. It rolled out mostly to nursing homes and health care workers more than nine months ago and what they did was. They looked at a lot of data. That was coming out of israel to determine whether or not people need a booster thaw back. The booster do improved protection by tenfold against confirmed infection and for elderly against superior kobe. Nineteen day said. They don't think boosters for all makes sense they think seniors and people who are at high risk of severe covet those two groups they think should have to go back and get an extra booster and they also said that they support people who are at serious risk because of their job so frontline workers healthcare workers even teachers. They mentioned they think those people might wanna consider getting extra
How Singer and Songwriter Paul Anka Became the Original Teen Idol
"I don't know where to begin with you because you've had such an amazing career for people. Now there are a lot of young folks who might not be familiar with you. And i thought boy. They're in for it here. But where do we start first of all. You were huge teen idol. That was a little bit before my time. A gigantic teen idol. How did that happen for you. You're from canada born canada raising canada. I was in school on to be a journalist when father would be a lawyer. Put me in an english class. A class with forty girls to learn how to type in shorthand hated the shorthand got thrown shorthand which was fine. Took up music that i started writing. I want some awards for my couple of my essays that i wrote but while taking music i became a big fan of music back then and it devolved into me just starting to write at a young age Kind of had a crush on a girl. Zoldin i was. You know back in the fifties indigenous to lat time. If you're older shorter fatter you really didn't get the score. So i wrote this song. I'm still young are so old. I sang it at parties. And i said now what do i do with it. Well all have to realize pop music was in its infancy stage back then thus i I'm going to new york. Because that's where the action is. So i read a newspaper. Said collect soup rappers. You go to new york. So i got a job with i. J food stores. I collected soup rappers. Campbell soup one trip with forty boys and went down. Got the vibe in new york. What baco blogs of money on easter vacation The following year. And i went down when it went off scot. Abc paramount records dot cost. Was the in. Our director looked at me at my little t shirt on jeans. Pulled out my song started. Singing said Was your parents as back with candidate. Is you better get him down here. Because we want to sign you up in believable. I love these stories. You as they say you can't make it
Bill Maher Blasts Mainstream Media for Terrifying People Over COVID
"Here's bill marr. The comic on hbo he was with the jimmy. Kimmel scolding the mainstream media. Or who. I call the beast for terrifying people for leading like the guy in the target with the ugly hat and the stupid badge on saying he's been vaccinated leading people to chase people down in a target bothering them because they don't have a mask on bill maher says that's the mainstream media fault decide a survey that was in the new york times which is liberal paper so they were looking for this answer but they were talking about The question was what do you think the chances are that. You would have to go to the hospital if you've got covert and democrats thought that was way higher than republicans. Seventy percent of democrats thought. It was way way way higher than it really was. Liberal media has to take a little responsibility for that for scaring the people. And the reason why i'm bringing this up is because it's much harder for every touring act to sell tickets and blue states. Oh interest they're afraid to go out of the house i see is in red states. It's all good to go. He's right he's absolutely right. I don't like the guy. The guy hates people of faith. It seems he questions faith. He's anti religion. But bill maher and i will never forgive or forget the way he insulted our troops and and call them. Cowards essentially said that the terrorists have nine eleven at least weren't lobbing bombs from foreign from far distances and that it was just such a terrible slur. He lost his. Abc gig over that. But you know he's parlayed it into a great career and he's very successful on. Hbo this guy speaks a lot of truth. And he's right about the the the mainstream media the liberal media scaring the crap out of people leading people to lose their ever loving
Dr Michael Guillen: Science Shows That Seeing Is Not Believing
"That's what we're talking about right now with dr michael gillen. The book is believing is seeing. So you're saying that we we meaning you and others were observing. The spin of certain galaxies ended implied that there was a lot more matter and mass. Then we could see and so what we infer from that observation so we inferred that there must be some things some substance within that galaxy that is causing it to spin so fast that we can't see it's an invisible form of stuff and that's all we called it. When i was a grad student but then as i in the years afterwards we came to call it dark matter. So that's what we call the missing mass that. Where is this mass. That's causing the galaxy galaxy to spin so fast and then beyond that we discovered that the universe is actually not only expanding but it's accelerating out words. That was huge. And i actually covered that when i was at. Abc news because a friend of mine at harvard was involved in that discovery. And we call that dark matter the bottom line just just to come back to the point i was making is that when i learned as a young scientists that most of the universe is invisible and we now believe ninety five percent of the observable universe is invisible to us. I could no longer live by the motto. Seeing is believing because here was science now demanding that i believe in a universe most of which i could not see so i had to ditch. Seeing is believing in that launched me on a very long. Herman has like journey you know. Tormented intellectual sequel has like journey. I literally make fun of. Herman has in the introduction to my new book is areas in bed. I'm not even joking. I'm going to send you a copy when we get off the air. I gotta send you a copy. But so what you're saying. I really you know. I i want to be serious and let the audience know that science or let's say materialists people who are scientistic who insist. There's no such thing as anything except what we can detect with our five senses anything beyond the realm of quote unquote science cannot exist. They make this statement now. That is a statement of faith. It's preposterous but you're telling me oh by the way even science contradicts that idea. Because you're saying there is a ton of matter we can infer the existence of it but we can't see it and so that right there causes you to think like well. Maybe we're getting some of this
Star Gymnasts Give Chilling Testimony on FBI Mishandling of Larry Nassar Case
"Our listeners. There will be descriptions of sexual assault here so if you need to skip ahead. Now's the time but with that. Let's go to christine brennan sports columnists with usa today. Abc news contributor. And she's actually been covering the story since it broke which is years now right christina. What stuck out to you about this testimony yesterday brad. The power is in the platform. A lot of what was said by. Simone biles and allie race men michaela maroney and mcnichols. A lot of it has been in reports or has been printed in newspaper stories and online it. Some of it was new but a lot of it wasn't. I've had to be taken in an ambulance. Because i pass out and i'm so sick from just the trauma and it might not even be after a hearing like this it just hits me out of the blue to have us be reminded of the horrors of larry nassar to see these incredible women especially simone biles. Everyone just watched her six weeks ago in tokyo and all that she went through there i worked incredibly hard to make sure that my presence could maintain a connection between the failures and the competition at tokyo twenty twenty that has proven to be exceptionally difficult burden for me to carry. It is a reminder That that this denver goes away. Never goes away for them and though it in that means it shouldn't ever go away for us and they're survivors of larry. Nassar have a right to know why they're wellbeing was placed in jeopardy by these individuals. Who chose not to do their jobs to date. No one from the fbi. The us opec or usa. G has faced federal charges. other than larry
Biden Campaigns for Newsom in California
"Happy tuesday morning and tuesday morning. Of course means it's election day somewhere right. There's a primary election in cuyahoga county ohio. Today there's a special election for a state house seat in iowa. I see you polk county. Let's be honest. The biggest election of the day the one that will directly affect forty million people and perhaps indirectly affect far more. Is the recall election for california governor gavin. Newsom it's a remarkable moment in our nation's history this recalls about catching you while you're sleeping remember. This ballot is a two. the first question is a simple one. Do you think governor gavin. Newsom should be kicked out of his job and if a majority of voters say yes you go to question two which is who besides gavin newsom should take his place then as for. Who's replacing them. I have a thought the end of the day we could be looking at just a governor serving the rest of his term or perhaps one of the most bizarre replacement projects since arnold schwarzenegger was just an actor. Abc's political director. Rick kleinman following this with bated breath so rick know we talked about how california could be his own country. What are the chances that its leader. Gavin newsom actually loses his job today. We'll brightest prospects live a lot better than they did a couple of months ago there was sort of a scare that got shot into the political landscape across california and nationally when a couple of polls came out that suggested that gavin newsom would would have a hard time getting to fifty percent of people saying that he should stay. That's the magic number more than half half the vote for him to stay for him to keep his job. It's different for the replacement candidate but the polls stabilized significantly vocalized with all kinds of energy. That you have here tonight to vote no on this republican recall and i'll tell you democrats in california. They are thrilled with the turnout numbers. They've seen they've seen people showing up about equal to their their share of the population. Which means for a democrat california. You're in pretty good shape so he could take hours beyond tonight or even into the next day or even next week depending on how close it is for all these votes to be counted keeping might every californian got a mail in ballot but gavin. Newsom feels pretty good. And i think that's one reason you saw president biden and a lot of other big guns. Try to make the case for him. Down the stretch
Former Airline Ticket Agent Recalls Helping 9/11 Hijackers Board Flight
"One story that. I saw that i did not know before and believe me. If this for you this would bother you to even twenty years. Later is an abc news story. They talked to a man by the name of vaughan. Alex who back on september eleventh two thousand one was ticket agent at dulles international airport and two guys arrived and they seem to be in a hurry. They wanted to make flight seventy seven. That's the one that slammed into the pentagon. Let's play this story from. Abc news the interview. Done by gio benitez when you come in here and you see that ticket counter does it bring you back to that morning. Everything brings you back to that morning. Vaughn alex is talking about the morning. That changed our world. Chaos in new york at the moment. They're not one but two incidents too late arriving first class passengers came rushing through the doors at dulles international airport in virginia. They're late they stop. They were confused. They were looking back and forth and then they need to be lying for where. I was working by. Von was at the american airlines ticket counter. Training to age we were just sitting around and too late. Passengers came running in the terminal. Stopped and i was joking. I looked at at my agents. And i said watch these for flight seventy seven and they were but as we now know. They weren't just any passengers. They were salem and waffle. Hosby me two of the five hijackers on flight seventy seven which later crashed into the pentagon. So you had about twenty minutes until that flight while just under twenty minutes. And i told the agents because they were new i said. Let me show you how we handle late arriving passengers and we did everything. According to the book
Special 9/11 Episode This Friday
"Tomorrow. Show, of course, will be spending some time on 9 11 at 7 30 Eastern time We'll have our dear friend Debra Burlingame on the program. Um As you know her brother died was murdered. On flight 77 out of, uh And of Reagan National It was horrific. She's a lawyer. She's brilliant. I've gotten to know her and And so we'll be having Deborah and as well as As our anniversary program. We'll be getting into some other issues as well. I don't know how you can ignore Afghanistan. The Taliban. And what's happened 20 years later, and we won't ignore them. And we will talk about these things and more and as well as Is your participation. It's a big deal. The N Y P. D. How they've been attacked and undermined. 20 years later. Just shocking. Just appalling. So you want to be here? For all three hours. Um No brag. Just fact. I think we handle this better than most. And why do I say that? Because my broadcast career started in New York. Most people start in Podunk I started in New York. And the great W A. B C when it was part of the ABC radio networks. And I think the station As well as other stations. But this one in particular has got the fourth ownership, maybe the fifth since then. Uh, But we're steady Eddie here and we'll we'll continue to talk about it for the whole nation.
Senator Amy Klobuchar Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment
"Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's says she has been treated for breast cancer that was detected earlier this year global charge we did that the cancer was found during a routine mammogram she eventually had a lumpectomy to remove it the sixty one year old club chart tells ABC's Good Morning America she completed radiation therapy and may you have a checkup in August showed she was doing well Klobuchar's says the cancer was stage one day meaning it had not spread beyond the breast she said she felt very fortunate to have caught it early after delaying the mammogram because of the corona virus pandemic I'm Mike Hampton
Chris Stapleton, Eric Church Share Top CMA Nominations
"Chris Stapleton and Eric church lead the nominations for the Country Music Association awards with five each I'm marquees are a letter with the latest Stapleton and Eric church will face off for entertainer of the year along with Miranda Lambert Carrie Underwood and Luke combs Morgan Wallen who was caught on video earlier this year yelling a racial slur earns an album of the year nomination for his dangerous the double album the CMA had earlier said Wallen would be disqualified for individual awards but his music was eligible Lambert now has fifty eight career nominations tying her with Brad Paisley for the third most overall ABC will air the CMA awards on November tenth
Why Mike Lindell Broke Ties With Fox News
"My friend I just wanna hear more about what you've been doing. Tell me if you would. What in the world happened between you and fox news is the strained. When i heard this i said i the world must be ending. What is happening. Well it's in a what if Fox's shame on fox. It's shame on fox they are. They are disgusting. What they've done to our country. And what i mean by that is no news. It's not just machines. They don't they. Cra goes all the way to last summer when they win. Talk about therapeutics. That worked Anything that worked. That could have stayed lives little over a year ago. They wouldn't talk about anything one. Give us the news. They wouldn't give you know be journalists. I set up before eric. They couldn't even. They couldn't be a weather channel now. Because i'd be afraid. They win reported oncoming storm. That's how fox is they're disgusting and what they did to me is before the symposium one of their biggest abba tribes stuck by him whenever one of the host at night. Tucker whoever or lower sean say something and they go boycott mike lindell and the buffs and trolls. They say. don't boycott him. He'll w we see enough of that guy. I've always stuck with them. I've stuck with cnn and msnbc ever ties on every channel. I've kept my pillow separate. But here's what foxton. Before the symposium iran directing people to frank speech for my cyber symposium now they censored it and did not run the ad. They said they would not run the at every other one in the country. Abc cbs cnn embassy. They all proved it. Every one of them approved it including newsmax annoy. And of course. But here's what happened during the first day of the symposium joe minion sues only in and newsmax for running that ad. They didn't sue. Abc cbs cnn. Or any of them. Then that convenient sir now get this. So what i do. Then i was so upset. I said i'm a man of moral principles. And i said you know what if you can't. You're going to be part of this cancel culture fox and part of losing our country. I'm taking my ads on my pillow off. You and i
Under New Restrictive Abortion Law, Women Face Crisis Scenario in Texas
"Been less than a week. Since the country's most restrictive abortion law went into effect in texas and it's already having a devastating impact on women across the state. Abc's congressional correspondent. Rachel scott went to the lone star. State for report is this. I love my daughter more than anything in this world. We aziz loves being playing daughter. Mine my daughter is the best thing that ever happened to me. But she wasn't always ready for the smiles motherhood. I'm a very impatient person. But with my i'm not but these i keep thinking to. I chose to have this child. She's here because of me and she is my life. Mom is chasing the toddler and managing tantrums challenge. No matter how me realizes. She's far more qualified at twenty seven. She would have been as a college student. I had my first abortion at twenty. I wasn't trying to get pregnant. And i was using contraceptives. I definitely knew. I wasn't ready to be apparent. I wasn't emotionally ready. I wasn't financially ready at all. It was a that student living sharing a one bedroom with my best friend. A cat says that experience which was full of twists and turns solidified for her. That women needs to be in charge of their own healthcare. Now she feels that right is under attack from a new law. Abortion was already very hard to access in texas while now it's become so much harder. Texas is now home to one of the most restrictive abortion bans in the nation law. Sending shock waves across the country. Roe versus wade has not been formally overruled in any way but as a practical matter in the state of texas as of today it is not possible for most women to obtain an abortion beyond the six th week of pregnancy
Medical Rebel, Dr. Lee Merritt, Explains the COVID Vaccine
"What is this vaccine. What is incorporated who developed it. Should people be worried about this. Should they be suspicious of it and just kind of go through it from an abc nature because we have people listening to this right now. That are still trying to make up their mind. They're not really sure what's going on. Well you know. It's striking to me. That americans would spend more time researching a new car line before they bought one and taking a vaccine that's made out of synthetic dna or synthetic arsenic and can change your genetic makeup forever. I mean come on this is this is serious stuff. We're dealing with here and this isn't a bad scene it's we. We actually found the term for it's a viral based genetic therapy's these things have been working in development for decades as cancer drugs or gene therapies. They could never meet the safety standard. They never reach the bar for safety. And so now by declaring them suddenly oh back seen their indemnified now that could be safe and up for market that she comfort people but it's the same devices and and these what they do is they've taken a small amount of genetic material and they wrapped in a light bulb protein codes and they are injecting it into us in such a way that it produces the actual spike protein. That causes your genetic material or that your machine to them produce literally trillions of copies of the spike protein. We send go all over the body now. Just and that's the theory is that then you'll get immune to the spike protein. Just the theory of that in my opinion is crazy regardless of the other stuff. That's in it and how it actually functions because you know in nature if some of this is hard to talk about because one of the things. We learned that there may not be viruses. The way we talk about them so just for the moments conversation. I'm gonna mentioned viruses as if they really are just like we were taught What we used to do was we will give you a small piece of the virus and then it would just be a very very tiny piece and it would not go all over your body would be local and you would then recognize that your immune system would see it. Memorize it. Go out and tell your other immune system heart to to remember this so that if it ever shows up again you can take it out. That's how you'll time immune system or the old time vaccines work. This worked by actually kind of hijacking. Your your cells. To produce the very pathogen. That made us sick with colbert
"abc " Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
"Dude. Sadly it's mostly dudes who act as the puppeteer of the fund picking. What's in it. A spend a lot of time researching the perfect mortgage board of offerings. But it's all a lot of hot air once you dig into the data. Today's listener is looking into a mutual fund. That made promises a very high returns. Now i would take an extra close look at how they are crunching those numbers ten to eighteen percent. That's a lot so don't shy away from asking a ton of questions about what that actually means asking for clarification doesn't mean you're helpless in fact it's the lifeline that will protect you from finance bros. Who don't have your best interest heart. But i do if you do all the research though and you decide to go with a mutual fund. I'd make sure you're taking into account taxes. Every quarter mutual funds pay dividends that are taxed at the end of the year since mutual funds are designed to set it up and forget it. My suggestion is to keep these long term dividend paying investments growing inside tax deferred accounts like a 401k. An ira a defined benefit plan an annuity and so on so that you're letting them compound in tax free environment or a future tax free environment in the case of roths to minimize the blow for today's tip. You can take straight to. The bank. Wants your cd has matured diversified that money re up on a new cd and that's your safe investment but then play around with something that has a little higher risk and reward like index funds. Now i know you mentioned there is a two hundred fifty dollar fee. That's an initial fee. Which is a really esteemed fee. Still i would just make sure that is the only feed. You're going to incur. My guess is that it's not. I don't wanna completely knock mutual funds if you're choosing between a mutual fund and putting your money under a mattress i would go with the mutual fund every day and twice on sunday. But if you're choosing between a mutual fund and another kind of sophisticated investment. I would take a super close look at the types of fees that are involved in both. They might look really small right now but the more money you put in that is much more money in fees money. Rehab is a production of iheartmedia. i'm your host nicole. Lapin our producers are morgan lavoix and catherine law money. Rehab is edited an engineered by brandon decker with help from josh fisher executive producers are man gashed editor and will pearson huge thanks to the. Oh gee money rehab supervising producer. Michelle lamb for her pre production and development work and as always thanks to you for finally investing in yourself so that you can get it together and get it all. What if you could get thirty dollars after joining a better broker. You can with 'em one finance once you're approved and deposit thousand dollars in your account and one. Let's easily manager finances and invest. How you want for free. I'd say it's a million dollar idea but that's under selling it visit 'em one finance dot com flashing money from have to learn more. That's m the number one financed dot com slash money rehab terms and conditions apply investing involves risk including risk of loss and one financing member. Finra sipc some kids are born bookworm worms while others need a boost. Get your kids reading and loving it with epoch. The leading digital library for kids with epoch kids can access over forty thousand popular and bestselling books plus fun videos audiobooks anytime anywhere from deep sea adventures to magical unicorns to outer space journeys. Whatever they love epic has it. All plus epoch grows with your child they'll get personalized recommendations that evolved with their interests and skills over time visit debt. Epic dot com slash. Iheart today for one. Free month of epic unlimited. That's get epic dot com slash iheart. Hey guys it's tori and an isa and we have some intel that we think you're going to want to hear. A new era of the challenge has arrived. The challenge spies lies in allies is coming to mtv with more international challengers than ever before and we lived to tell the tale. We just got back from filming and we are so excited to give you guys the inside scoop on every single episode right here on. Mtv's official challenged podcast all the intensity all the drama all the international espionage. You don't wanna miss this. Listen to. mtv's official challenge podcasts. On the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..
"abc " Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Hey guys it's brand We were gonna do a different episode today but at asner passed away over the weekend and We have a couple of ed. Asner episodes ready to go so this week and next week are going to be Asner movies So rest in. Peace ed asner this week. We have the christmas star next week. Christmas on the by you at asner. A true legends. Thank you for listening and thank you. Add is a bramble jam podcast. Hi i'm brand. And i just love classic. Abc christmas movies. I'm dan. I just despise classic. Abc christmas movies. I'm alonzo and classic. Abc christmas movies are a lot. This is the hallmark broadcasts. Yes yeah tober. Is here. Maintaining countdown to christmas right around the client or we know this poll for at this.
"abc " Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"ABC, Radio Milburn and Victoria. You're warming up. You're doing brilliantly. All the world is a stage coach. There's much ado about Mary Love's Labour's Lost in translation. And also to to be or not to be movie Hamlet. Of course, Babe should be called Hamlet, Little Hand and Shakespeare in Love. Actually, What can you do with adding a little bit of the bar to the box office keeping coming through on 0437774774 and the analyst? And the, uh, critic of the box office. Also to the lover off the silver screen is Zacapa, Who's the manager of the Esther and film Review on ABC to these news, breakfast? Hey there, Zack. Thank you for having me Ugo. Whole lot of Shakespeare when you're at school. No, I didn't. Actually, I did quite a bit of it. And university, though particularly Hamlet machine, which isn't necessarily a Shakespearean piece, but quiet. The changes with this sort of Shakespeare, legacy and stuff, So yeah, I'm well versed with barred, but I'm also in the filmic barred world in the literary barred world. So Shakespeare's plays ring it, John Bill, That's what you're trying to say. Yeah, I'm a big fan of Hamlet spray that will no musical with John Waters, director on Hamlet. Wayne is well by John Carpenter's zah. Rich texture of different had much out that seems like the splendor version of both those films It's kept on coming through on the text line. And if you want to grab your chance, you can always have a cold. But the best is on the text when it comes to the wordplay, Talent and 0437774774 is the text line. The tap on Zach, You have been busy as always. And in fact, we were just having Justin Cavalry on talking about how the garden gross and the first film I can see lined up. Well, it would suggest that has something of a territorial link. But land is is not exactly about gardening or farming. No, but the title has absolutely no false advertising. You know, it is an incredible piece off filmmaking By Robin Wright. Essentially following her character as she retreats into her grief into the wilderness of the Canadian Rockies along Colorado Rockies All round Alberta, Canada, that vast expanse It's an absolutely incredible story about Her and she meets up with a local hunter. And together they try to bring each other back from their respective areas of grief. So we're taking this. Let's take a Listen. Isaac Miller put this together. It is perfect. It is short but in capture Light's the films you've just outlined for exact. This is a grab from land. I'm here.
"abc " Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"ABC News with Santi on Weinstein, the W. A president of the A. M. A, is calling for immediate changes to hotel quarantine and Western Australia. Following another breach of the system yesterday was announced the hotel quarantine security guard in two of his housemates had tested positive to Corona virus. Andrew Miller says he wants the W. A government to be more transparent about health information, he says while the security guard received one dose of covert 19 vaccine, it wasn't enough. And we have the were a man to report now. Very clearly. This is happening through airborne spread. To an unvaccinated guard who had inadequate Peopie in an inadequate quarantine facility. Meanwhile, the W. A premier Mark McGowan's confirmed two of the housemaids who tested positive We're working his food delivery drivers. The premier says contact tracing is underway. Contact tracing team is working through the restaurants they attended for short periods to pick up food and also the delivery points. People will be contacted directly to be advised about the situation and directed to be tested accordingly. Queensland health has issued new directions in response to the new community transmissions in western Australia. Anyone in Queensland has been to one of the declared exposure sites in W. Way during the specified risk period is required to immediately quarantine and government arranged accommodation. W A health is released a list of science dating back to April 27. The foreign minister's rejecting suggestions. Jail terms and fines for Australians trying to return from covert plagued India is a racist policy. The tougher restrictions come into effect tonight and have been labeled immoral and UN Australian Foreign Minister Marie's Pain, says the federal government's done a lot of work to bring Australians home from India and says the latest move is not racist, absolutely not in any way. The decision, which has Bean made under the Bio Security Act, on the basis of the advice from the chief medical.
"abc " Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"On Facebook and everybody listening on ABC Radio Milton Climate change as an issue will ramp up as the American president Joe Biden hosts a climate change summit virtually later this week with the Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison will be a part of it. Here is the headline when all the headlines but the part off the prime minister speech last night the course the court the most attention we're not going to achieve net zero in the cafes, dinner parties and wine bars of air in the cities. The prime minister there last night. Anthony have been easy joins us. He is, of course, the leader of the opposition Thanks having which was get a grip. Good to be with you. What do you make about the PM? Said last night. That his heart isn't in this that he couldn't resist Having a snipe at people who are concerned about climate change is being somehow or in a city like Tae sippers. That he still just doesn't get it. Hey, aged in his crab walking towards a Nancy. Net zero by 2050. He'll be on a on a on a virtual meeting later this week and boom bye. President Baden Way by just about every single player. Every country on that, who's participating has adopted net zero by 2050. As has every statement territory government, as have mija businesses old for the big banks of the mighty wrestles. His company's not BHP and Woodside. Everyone The National Farmers Federation, the Business Council of Australia that he was addressing a bowl adopted it harder for us. Those in other countries is now we've got more. Our economy is far more reliant on emissions intensive. Fuel and frameworks much more so than other countries. It is tougher for us. We also have more opportunities to benefit the most other countries. We have the best. Renewable resources in the world. If you compare us with the country like Germany, the sunshine here doesn't shine quite so often in northern Europe. And yet we also have, of course. Magnificent Wind resource is I was in touch mine here over the weekend. Talking to some of the operators have built, for example, are wind farm on the West Coast. They all Tasmania that as perhaps the best win racehorses in the world, and they ready as long as transmission is fixed today, helping the power not just Tasmania, but Victoria and the North Island. Decisive as well. Prime minister doesn't He's opposed to that He calls that the I think the animal spirits of capitalism that if the The price is right. It'll get built. Is he wrong? Defective that the market is speaking, and the troops form of new energy is renewables. So at the same time, as he says that he's funded a $4 million for the proponents of a new coal fired power station in north Queensland that we know won't go ahead because it doesn't simply stack up. The tape is form off. New energy generation is renewables. What we need to be doing is fixing transmission because of the moment. The transmission system. The greatest fit for purpose. It Zafer last century's technology. Yes, One of the advantages of renewables, of course, is that it's distributional energy that is Convey produced in farm or regions and areas and in smaller lots, then your old coal fired power station. Can I ask you a question about coal mines? The former prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull actually lost his job in New South Wales. But he said We should have no new coal mines in New South Wales. Do you think is right? He did well once again, but the market will speak there at the moment. What we have including in yourself, or else is Ecole Montagne operating to capacity. Now in terms off the risk mitigation When people make investments, it is s certainly the case you might be that there won't be any new. There won't be different to opposing them. Malcolm Turnbull says. We should say no, you can't have them is your view of the band them or is your view that you let that I could start that? I'm not? As a general principle. I'm not in the banning things about what is of course happening is that the markets, speaking in the markets are all headed in one direction. And that's a direction in which Australia has enormous opportunity. Weaken Bay renewable energy superpower for the world, just to take one example, ref. That the Sun cable project, which is going to be the largest solar farm in the world, placed in the Northern Territory, New Tenant Creek. It'll be connected connecting up Singapore with a 4.5, the house and kilometer pipeline. Be transporting solar energy from the Northern territories. The palace Singapore is like this sort of exciting opportunities that Australia has. This isn't something in the future. No, something is happening right now. Can I try and separate out some of the significant market opportunities and then what governments? Say yes, I know, too, because they're two different things what the market does and then the signals governments send. I want to listen to the U. S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken because he is saying if you rely on coal significantly They're not happy. Let's just have a listen when countries continue to rely on coal for significant amount of their energy. Or invest in new coal factories or allow for massive deforestation They will hear from the United States and our partners about how harmful these actions are. So that's the U. S. Secretary of State Anthony Albanese, your resources spokeswoman Madeline King. Says Australia should still be exporting coal to be used in power plants in the second half of the century. Beyond 2 50 2050 sorry Can you do that? Can you export call for power plants beyond 2050 and keep America happy? Well, those decisions, of course, will be subject to the market and one of the things that will happen. Globally is that all of them might to trading partners. Japan Korea, For example, glad recipients all the AL fossil feel exports. They have next hero by 2050. China has adopted net zero by 2060 that will cause haven't impact. It will, of course, have an impact on on our exports over a period of time. I just It's not clear to me how you could be. Net zero by 2050. But you spoke.
"abc " Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"Of explaining sexual assault. More news at five o'clock ABC radio Milburn traffic. Hello, Dan, yelling from the Department of Transport on the West Gate Freeway in earlier collision out there near the Balti Bridge has cleared all land three open, but heavy delays remained back through the domain tunnel. Allow an extra 20 minutes. Travel time from two rock road through the tunnel to King's Way. Nathan Freeway. It's slow from the Chandler after Doncaster Road in the Monets Freeway, congested the Arab Boulevard to force the road and reminded, Please drive with extra care on the witness. Slippery roads of stopping distances do doubled in the whip. Turn on your headlights to be better seen by other drivers is currently no major disruptions for public transport network. If you notice anything, call 1 300 Triple 2774. That's the latest Milton traffic. Grandstand, a FL Again Friday night footy Hasta He bends it and pins it expertly listen degree great Once that book cold snap is good Friday Chin into the Giants in the bulldog, Right tackle further 50 ghost for Girl, Jack. My cry. Station. Hes having grandstand FL found Friday night Footy ABC Radio Melvin, You're with Raph Epstein. I was lucky enough to go to South America many decades ago. The first time I had service she, eh? I have to say it is One off those treats one of great new parts.
"abc " Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"A good One of my favorites. Is Helen Teach. Marshy was a British Garden Trail and era obviously lovely David Ass till Monday to Thursday evenings from seven on ABC Radio Milburn You're with just center Parsons on ABC Radio Melbourne. Good Society website, which was down all morning, but I've just clicked on it, and it's back up and running is a website that the government The federal government launched and it is a website that looks at telling stories and providing resource is to help teach six and consent to school age Children and students. We should say. Um, as you may have come across. One of them that picked above the parapet was one involved involving a milkshake is a metaphor to discuss. Consent with while we've talked about it so much on the station already this morning if you haven't seen it just type in milkshake and consent in your land straight on it, But our question this afternoon is how do you get it? HASA ble so wrong as described by experts who's viewed the videos and potentially the target audience for these videos that the teenagers and the school students who said no, This is not How we want to learn about consent. Double Kona hand joins us. He's the head of brand strategy at think about Creative agency. Good afternoon to you really good to hear from you. This is the song that potentially has inspired a bit of this insight. Shake.
"abc " Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"At all of the men and women in uniform, but did the idea for achieved the job? We'll have been achieved to the extent of weeks could influence those things. Weekdays from 3 30. Just ask any cop inside the Taliban has finally won. But we did. Do you think that John? Do you think the Taliban has finally went? Yes, absolutely Rapt Epstein weekdays from 3 30 on ABC Radio Milburn. Breakfast with Sammy Jay on ABC Radio Melbourne. Oh, my kingdom for a feel good coronavirus story. We have one. Oh, my gosh. And it's a doozy because a couple have just arrived back in New Zealand or from Melbourne, where they live. To get married. Abigail Makin story. Good morning to you. Good morning. Family had the guy. I'm great. Thank you. Where are you right now? I've been crafted staying with my God. Parents and I've got Jack my fiance with me. Hey, Jack, How are you? Very well. When did you both leave? Melvin? Yesterday. Yesterday morning. We're on a 10 35,000,004 Million Cross church. Yeah, one of the first flight. Very exciting. What was it like touching down over in New Zealand. I've told my mother about to be a man. I'm seeing the mountains as we flow over. I was like, Oh, my goodness. My country so beautiful. You're a New Zealand by birth, but you've both been living in Melbourne for quite a while now, haven't you? Yeah. And what's being the wedding plans so far? Well, I'm lost years that have already been delayed by quite a long time. Because Kansas delays proposal because of locked out like he couldn't get hold of engagement rings. He couldn't get one night or anything. Everything was shut down, so then eventually hear proposed, and we pretty much picked the date. Within a few weeks of that we picked the 24th of April and we could have literally been praying for a miracle too thin and We booked flights the 19th of April, hoping that the border would open up in time on dust from the 19 of the world, just in their idea is fairly popular. I understand it by some. You must really love her for making this decision. Way didn't love him before the sixth of April. Uh, Yeah. Yeah, We're pretty excited. Yes, Even when she postpones the the bubble announcement, we still were like now we're going with the 24th of April. Even though it would mean we only had two weeks is actually to organize the wedding. Um, this'd be a tale to tell many people for many decades to come. I wish you both nothing but the best for the wedding in four days time. Thank you. Thanks So much. Have a gun. We construe there, along with the fiance, Jack Drummond, who have just flown from Melbourne. All the way to New Zealand, where they can get married. Damn it. Yep. That's worthy of a displaying its 26 past seven. Second Mad Max briefly. Obviously the message about 10 minutes ago that someone said the couple in the grass getting terrorized right at the start with the guy running away naked. That man was Wilbur Wilde. Well, I think we need to get to the bottom of this well, But while did have a cheeky cameo in my own serious with with Randy on the ABC playing saxophone on the roof of the house in reserve or so I've got his phone number. I've used it A good morning, Wilbur. Sammy Jay and yes, my was my pleasure to appear and Ricketts Lane with you and have a brandy. Certainly, I think Don't I don't think the neighbors agreed as you blasted out some sweet sex offender at midnight, but Let's wind the clocks back a few decades will, but was it you? Are you naked in the first man, Max? We can confirm Yes. Was it What was it accidental? How did they did they auditioned many bodies. How did you get the role? We knew an actor by the name of John Lee, who appears in that scene in the opening scenes and hey informed us my then girlfriend and I'm Michelle Johnson that they needed Extras for the day so that we went to that Melvin Water land on the left of the So long pilot, she hitting down so the brand point cook and shut the same there and hung around. It's some Ziff actually try. No, we'll go together. The news. But that zip Retty good story of involvement in the iconic mad Max 1 42 years ago. Now they have the 40th anniversary. Um much before last. What do you think they'll ask you back to star alongside him's worth naked in the fifth movie. There's going to be filmed in Sydney, Wells said to them on the day when I you know, Hugh Case boom was there and pulled Johnson and Steve. Obviously, I said that comment obviously in that movie for, like, seven seconds, But without me, you guys would've been stuffed. Well, well, well, Look, I mean, you can impress people you like with your mad max. Naked body for me. You'll always be the man who did a cameo on Split ends his album all Well, That's right, Two. Yeah, I'm attract a new contract called Voices. Beautiful Song to thank you. Well, the greatest hurt Good on you, Sammy J. Good day. Just a little while there. You can see Well, you know him from TV from radio from all sorts, but you can catch him naked in mad next. If you didn't know that's him running away. At 2 29 minutes passive and coming up after the news. Oh, my gosh, We gotta Milby nomination keeping coming. We've got a good one plus Oh, very, Antonio Armstrong talking sport and dancing for taking us on a wild ride through the headlines so much coming up here on the breakfast buffet. Keep your plate one. Hi. It's for.
"abc " Discussed on Start Here
"And one last thing remember brexit that thing that's happening in Britain. Will some parts of England are getting pretty rude reminder because they realized all of a sudden that they're becoming border towns. The fast anyone knew about it was when sign went up saying that the park's been closed village of seventy in the south east of England. Near the coast, it's residents solidly backed Brexit. But. The AP reports that locals were upset when concrete mixture started rumbling through town people huge truck depot so that officials can conduct customs checks after all seventeen is right near where the famous chunnel opens up above ground it's trucks travelling from France will need to get checked out. No one told these residents though until it was too late because that was never part of. The actual selling and marketing for Brexit, Prime Minister Boris Johnson who helped lead the charge on Brexit. Now says the extra red tape could worse case scenario leave some truck stuck waiting to clear customs for two whole days this area behind us used to be had pulled skylark. obviously, they're not there anymore really ironic part of the to make room for this big truckstop, they had to tear up some cute little walking trail that conducted nearby villages. So these parts of Britain won't just be independent from the rest of Europe. The also have to take the long way to each other. It's what I want to pass by my little touche bunch of truckers who've been sitting around for twenty four hour start here tomorrow subscribe. Buttons, make it easy for you. Also remember we are living smart speaker life. So if you're doing Amazon Prime Day, something think to yourself we'll this item make it easier for me to listen start here. I've read dokie off of our back later in the wake them..
"abc " Discussed on Start Here
"His own doctor I went through it. Now they say I'm immune I can feel so powerful I'll walk into that. I'll walk in there. Kiss everyone in. This all seems to highlight just how confusing these last few weeks been with people unsure when they're vulnerable and when they are putting others at risk. So I want to bring in one of our medical contributors, your Doctor Todd Ellen, his treated covid patients himself. He's the director of infectious disease, medicine at South Shore. Health in WEYMOUTH. Massachusetts. Dr and I feel like we should have this figured out by now. But then my mother-in-law came to town a couple of weeks ago when I was like, let's get you a test and she said don't have to wait to get one of those tests and I said Oh. Yeah. So what's the answer to that? What are we safe? What are we not save? Absolutely Brad and obviously this is confusing. So let's try to go through some scenarios and see if we can simplify it. So basically, if I'm the virus Y-, there's an there's an incubation period. So in other words, the virus attached to those, you know receptors in the back of your nose or the back of your throat enters the cells starts replicating. You do not become infectious right away from the time that you get infected to the time that you develop symptoms is on average five days. Oh so like that's my law should actually. Get. The test. So that's right. So we generally think that you should be if you're exposed to someone who's positive and you WanNa know went to get the test it has to be less than five days because you WanNa get tested before you develop symptoms how soon before you develop symptoms is controversial but we think that it's going to take at least a few days before the virus replicates enough in your system. To be able to be detected by these various tests. I would think the viruses probably replicating on day three, four or five. So I would say anywhere from no earlier than three or no later than five or six I. So we've talked to some experts about us and Dr Fauci. For example, felt that the sweet spot is somewhere probably between three to four three to five days after exposure to someone who's positive. And I was going to say come into contact with someone who I know later test positive not just nervous like I. Know that they tested positive. How what point do I think? I should get a test like a thirty second elevator ride with that person does that count or like lunch with a friend on an outdoor patio? Does that count? Okay. So CDC guidelines are pretty clear about this, and what they say is if you've been within six feet of a person who test positive or who's infected for more than fifteen minutes, then you absolutely need to number one quarantine first. and. Then you ideally should be tested as well, and again, you want to be tested probably three to four days after last contact with that person. Oh. So quarantine wait a couple of days and if. If I have symptoms then I then I go get tested regardless. Yeah. So if you get symptoms you WanNa get tested asa pig there's no delay I came here wasn't feeling so well, I feel much better now we're working hard to get me all the way back I have to be back well, let's flip the script and let's say I'm somebody who got cove nineteen I. had symptoms in fact, let's say the president the symptoms were bad. We've seen people who have been in the hospital for weeks and months with Covid, nineteen is the virus present with him. Are they contagious that entire time or is it more like at that point? There is somebody with like a cough Ramona or something the viruses actually left them. Once you've left the hospital and it's been what I think it's ten days since your patient status improved like at that point, you're supposed to longer infectious at that point you can go around town you're good to go absolutely, and again we generally say ten days after the onset of symptoms or or a positive test and clinically improved then you can go back out into public but. Remember. After, you've recovered from covid nineteen ten days have elapsed. You're clinically improved. You're ready to go back out into public. It's still essential that you use those same prevention measures universal masking when you're out in public distancing because we still don't know how long your immunity is going to last. In fact, The Lancet Journal just came out with a study last night that documented a case of reinfection in a young male from Nevada and what what it showed was that this was the first evidence that someone can be reinfected with SARS COVA to. And have more severe disease. So helpful, do you have time for one other question has nothing to do with like any of these infections that we've been seeing in Washington rate because I feel like I know cases arising in lots of states I also know people are just looking to please just. I just WANNA get a with a friend at an outdoor restaurant table for it gets cold again. I want to know if that person is not in your immediate family in your little bubble, can we not do that? Are we still supposed to be wearing masks? Like anytime, we we're not just silently putting food and tore mouse. You know this is such. An important question were all trying to judge individual risk. What I will say right now is that in the United States, we are having close to fifty thousand cases a day and. Winter is coming that combination is extremely dangerous. Tonight. The number of Kobe cases and hospitalizations are on the rise in more than half the country fourteen states hitting a record number of hospitalizations last week. So I think right now masking as much as possible keeping that distance if you're sitting across from someone that's not in your bubble, you know you can even think about testing before you sit down with this person that's the type of I think vigilance or smart testing that's needed to try to prevent this plague from spreading more than it is I talked to Todd Ellen going full game of thrones on us. Their winter is coming helping.
"abc " Discussed on Start Here
"ABC's Pole earlier this week show Joe Biden with a twelve point lead nationally a lot of issues look decent for him to for example, it showed that a slim majority of Americans agree with Democrats that Congress should wait to fill the supreme court scene. It shows a large of Americans trusting Biden more on the endemic and even president trump's bright spot economy L- AMERICANS TURNS OUT Trust Biden. Just as much to handle that part of the job as well. So normally we'd say, wow, trump's got just twenty one days to turn around except he doesn't even have that. Voting has started in Georgia and we have several teams out and about looking for any kind of problems out there in Georgia yesterday, the polls actually opened early voting in person is underway, but that leads to a new unknown just because someone tells a poster. Yes. I. Support This candidate Usama likely voter does that mean that person will actually be able to cast their ballot easily ABC Steve O's and Saami WHO's based in Atlanta Steve I'm bringing this up because he's lines look insane yesterday. Yeah. You know you. You talk about casting your vote easily well, that's not happening here in Georgia no one is expecting that to happen here Georgia. We've been here way down over five hours now. started a little bit before eight o'clock and I believe around one thirty PM. People yesterday were waiting for and five hours, and when you consider some of the election fiascos that have happened earlier this year, that's actually a short wait during some of the primary and runoff elections. There were people who waited in line for twelve and sixteen hours, and that's entirely possible. Again, just this morning as early voting began I received a call at around seven thirty this morning about long lines due to an operable machines and you act cova bid to this the pandemic and it makes things more complicated if you voted at this location before yes and have you ever seen it this long Minutes. Five minutes normally. And today I'm already for fifty minutes. Some of the counties that are trying to run elections had to deal with the poll workers sick administrators, you want your vote on you. Face. You want to see. You WanNa see see. I liked what he said. I don't WanNa play with them. But we still saw a lot of people in line to vote who told us that they were going to wait. As long as they had two. To our. Cleaning because they didn't trust sending their votes in the mail which on one hand like you talk to these people and I hear these lines and I'm almost inspired right like, wow these people those enthusiastic. They're so dedicated on the other hand you got to imagine there's people who are not in that line telling you that because they do not think it's Worth the time to wait there there's got to be people who just voting because of this, right? You know it's hard to say at this point that is a concern but you know one thing that helped yesterday was yesterday was a holiday for many people. So they have the time to stand in line and wait the other thing that they're doing in. In Georgia. Is that there is weekend voting and in the way that it's normally described is that there is some you know usually a Republican boogeyman who is Throwing people off the rolls in doing other things to make it more difficult to vote in Athens, they were able to get that polling. Reopened on their campus but we know across the country early voting going to become the next front in the war against voters, and we'll point out that what we're seeing here is it's not as as clear cut as that part of it is you have an overwhelming interest in this election a lot of people who WanNa vote you've got counties that are struggling to just do their jobs. At the same time dealing with the pandemic there's just so many things that are leading to the difficulties that we're having now, and in the case of Atlanta. For example, where I'm at, you know some of these long lines that we're seeing that are four five hours long these are in blue, very blue counties which are areas that are run by Democrats in one local observers brought up was the line also looked six times longer than it would have because. Everyone space six feet apart, and that could drive people away who just go wow, like a mile. No thank you. It still doesn't explain people waiting four or five hours in line like the weight is the weight. So what I'm wondering is, are there solutions that can be implemented between now and election day? Like are there ways to create a new polling place to create more spots within that polling place like to destroy the line somehow because five hours is just Not, what most Americans have to do and seems wild that if you live in Atlanta, you gotta spend many hours of your day to cast a ballot as the rest of us You know there are some people who have sued their counties to open up more polling locations in areas that don't have many polling locations but I really think that's impractical because that requires more staffing more people who need to be trained in some of these people have been trained. All year long and it's really hard to find poll workers at the very last minute and set up a new poll, and then tell people where that polls going to be get the word out I. It's it's really really tough to do I think you know a few weeks out from an election? These are the polls that we have. These are the locations that we have in. These are the hours and I think people are going to have to work with. People are sacrificed before us. So it's almost a spin. The face of we don't take the time to draw kids that they have this right and is best used. As early as possible. To whether you were in Georgia or elsewhere remember our friends at. Eight have a great guide on voting rules in each state. You got a Lincoln our show notes Stevo Sammy in Atlanta. Thanks so much. You're welcome. There was another remarkable moment that happened after Amy Coney, Barrett's hearing that we didn't mention because it has less than new with the Supreme Court then with science. So Mark Meadows the White House Chief of staff. He's walking down the halls of the Capitol needs stop to talk to reporters. Reporters asked him hey, would you mind keeping your mask on because remember at this point multiple reporters have tested positive after covering the White House specifically. I tell you what let me do this. Let me pull this away. So matters takes a little Mike stand in front of a pulls it away that I can take this off and then takes off his mask. While I'm more than ten feet away. Well I'm not gonNA talk. To them. So when reporters of jet he leaves saying I'm not GonNa talk through a mask, his logic seem to be, Hey, I'm ten feet away from you. I've gotten a negative test recently reporters logic though was. That goes through these halls has to wear a mask. That rule is there and it's there for a reason what? happened. What you think when you heard that the president has it. What I liked it. Don't take that. Wrong. You know why she chose people tomorrow deadly. Fearful. Later. That night the president himself flew to Florida to give his first rally after testing positive for Kovin apparently with the blessing of.
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"In the power of prayer and it has been uplifting to hear that. So many people are praying for me. You got a sense of exactly who she wants to be as a justice who the Republican hopes she'll be, which is a staunch conservative in the mold of Antonin Scalia and someone who is more. Franken. Faith practice than any justice I can remember well, and religion does seem like it's part of the conversation here at least for one side Mary like what are you expecting from the end of act one was was Barrett's opening statement. What do you expect from the actual questions and answers today? Well, I think Republicans are trying to make that I in people's minds. In many ways there's been a lot of attention paid to a previous comment from Dianne. Feinstein at another hearing where where she mentioned in a line of questioning to amy conybeare at about her faith giant said, the Dogma lives loudly within you what your political opponents want to paint you as is a TV or cartoon. Of a religious radical, a so-called handmade that feeds into all of the ridiculous stereotypes they have set out to lambast people of faith. In, America. And that's wrong. That is a comment that has backfired in many ways Republican seizing upon that. Let me be clear judge as you know, there's no religious test to serve on the supreme. Court why? Because the constitution says so Democrats are trying carefully not to question her about her religion and her faith this time around precisely because I think they've seen what kind of blowback that can get you've heard Joe Biden out on the trail saying that it shouldn't be up for discussion essentially but Republicans I are going to continue to try and bring up this issue in the middle of an ongoing election Senate Republicans have found a nominee and judge burt who they know will do what they couldn't do subvert the will of the American people an overturned the ACA and Overturn Roe V. Wade That's what this is about. That's why we're here. It's very simple. Democrats would look we've seen their playbook. They are going to dig deep into her previous comments, previous rulings and opinions on health healthcare and abortion. Both sides again thinking they're questioning. We'll have an eye on November are those Mary Bruce on with Terry Moran in Washington we'll see what happens today. Thanks guys. Thanks Brad..
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"I I will support you in your decision to get away from that person. And that's what's so healing so when I talk about healing from human disconnect all you really need is fun enlighten witness to stand by you and say you know you're in an ABC situation. While you know what I'm be you're a NC is being out of line and sometimes that's how we can grow the communities to challenge see instead of befriending cece right. Challenge this cool what you did to my friend and until you clean this up until you bump up to a higher level and and bump up the year in your principles are not really that interested in being friends with you because guess what you may be next right and that basically what you're talking about is accountability and that doesn't mean that's missing general. In our culture I think And so having it within interpersonal relationships. It's kind of a novel concept and it's hard to ask for it from someone else because you're risking that they might just say. Forget it and walk away but I guess they may walk away anyway. It's worth a shot. Really do you have to ask them to be accountable? You and say yes I I want to have a relationship with you and I want you to be able to trust me person a so when I interact with person B like I don't know if I'm talking about in this case but when I interact with person B sister a when I I won't do things that will cause you to not trust me to be up to at for mistrust between ask so I'm GonNa do the thing that you asked them to do which are talk about well you know. Don't talk about me and There's mom tries to talk about me. You say the rules are we. Don't talk about her. Let's move on. Their violation is too big enough. Violation is just in this realm of somebody Did major damage to the other person. I personally don't believe that If BS fence with see and see his majorly damaged day. I don't think that ever were I. Just don't see it until person can clean it up and in for those of you who listen to other episodes. You know. I'm not a big fan of just forgiving. For the sake of forgiving I think scrupulousness earned and sometimes it's never earned his so they're free after. Forgive yourself for falling into these tracks. Send picking people who are not in your best interest in doing a Tonight I know we're just about out of time so I'll just take a couple of minutes to shrink the tune of Calling in I. I know that he'd been touched. Intermittently up to healthy Segue into my on a street that too and thank you so much again for good night Monday. So the tuned tonight is everybody's fool by evanescence. Okay so here it is look here. She comes now. Bow Down Stare in wonder. Oh how we love. You know clause when you're pretending but now I know she. All against this person is an idealized person. Here never was never will be. You don't know how you betrayed me and somehow you've bought everybody fool so as hardly a betrayal trail is that they fool. People is the mass right and.
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"My heart because I don't feel but then again I don't want to put my heart into everybody's has might not be smart to do so so for love. You are on the couch. Look good evening. What is your name? Please Mora Mora yes Ohio. You've called him before have you. Not I have to hear from you. So how do you relate to To tonight's topic in the ABC's of resentment in that third party situation well. I think that at the beginning of recognizing that you've been hurt by the by the abuser. Whoever it is this betrayed you You're too close to what happened to fresh for you to be able to do anything other than set these really firm boundaries with people that are absolute like kind of black and white to me like either you aligned with our principles or you're out but and yet at the same time at the beginning. I think it's almost like because you're boundary that you're trying to create to Put to keep this person that at a distance from you the person that hurt you Is So tenuous and fragile that you have to be absolute in your protection of it but over time. I think you have to get to a point. I is really work or you. Allow other people to be who they are and make individual determinations on which relationships are important enough to and other ways that you want to save them and then how do you is there a way that you can work that out and that I think requires absolute open communication to say to a person for example if your mother let's say your mother really damaged you okay and you are wondering why your sister's we'll talk to your mother. You might tell your concern. This hurts me when you do it. And if she won't give it up or she has justifiable reasons than ask her to keep. Don't talk about me if she tries to talk. Come out me. You don't give me your word or do that and don't bring the topic up when you're around me and if there's there's a balance you end up having strike with some people and I think that that's a real great way of modifying it to fit your life right so is just a big stretch to ask you sister your brother to never talk to your mother again. Casaus their mother to right and by nature were were bonded to our our appearance in. That's a very very hard bond to to break that. I like the way he put it. You might want to arm justice so that you let your your sister know that you've been hurt so badly and then you let your sister that you don't want certain things discussed with your mother in that working work better for you if you do. When you do that one well I personally no contact with everybody so I it didn't work. No because they triangulate. So that was an impossibility. So I I ended up having to go the final step which is like I have to. You have to be gone too because I tried. And it didn't work so the distance in it you talk about the apathy you feel. That's almost where you have to get where you just have to constantly have fill your life with your life with other things eventually. They don't matter anymore but it's so hard to get there I think And and and with the with mother you know N- we that's experiences with a parent. That really hurt them this badly. They we all know how hard it is for us to separate and go no contact. Imagine asking another person that maybe wasn't worked so hard to do that if they don't have the fortitude of the pain to drive them and gives the resolve that You know it's it's that much harder for them to go full contact so asking someone to do that. Might be actually asking too much of someone and I mean a.
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"To find someone who is steeped in systems family systems therapy to g? That's Great Education Yeah. Do you think that's awful? Believe to make an appointment with you. The perpetrator yeah. There will be no encourages some They're willing to take staffing. See Therapy with you. Wow that's pretty big a bomb but then again a whether they're they may be there denman selves or that Matthew when Hinckley the therapists better be on his toes to help to bring in the principles over people style and to help them understand that they are Using Defense mechanisms that are creating a human disconnect and to present in such a way that people are motivated to to heal and motivated gross. You bought it. You people the incentive there. They're going to get back vulnerable. You'd better given incentives while they're going to do that so yeah please do check in for all all the people listening if you just can't afford. The rates understandable do have Christians who is doing skype in London England. She's a a wonderful casler. She's been canceled people now for years. If you live in London England happen to be there than yet by all means reach out and we'll put you in touch so I know here from you. Halley thank you for calling in. I'll just belong thing. You appreciate you so much. Thank you for the work you do and I love your passion for the work. Thank you have a beautiful night? Take care saying okay. So this article was called the trauma of intimate partner betrayal. So now upping the ante conceive at ABC situation with trauma will boy that sock. Go over very well at all. So the trauma of intimate partner betrayal something that we if a psychological healing center audio With and this is one of those narcissistic abuse me peaked. Patterns of people get involved in. Why why are they key? Pick people who do award Freud without and her thumb and betrayed them while we got to look at the blueprint. And so if you're in such a patter you can get out of the. We just have to dismantle. The old system gone wrong bought a home right in to offer conscious Apathy lack of empathy. Which is the cause the conscious causal element behind? He's narcissistic so this article by George ever made junior he. Ht the trauma of intimate partner betrayal. Why had heard so much the trail as traumatic stressors? So it's easy. It's easier to forget an enemy than to forget a friend. Applied William Lay. Of course it is because if you're already with the percents Built on you built up a relationship you've built up a some level of trust and then all kinds of memories with that person. Feel that theoretically should be east with a person so if that person betrays you while the lock different than if a stranger betrays you. So what does we try out? So this article goes into describing is gut wrenching experience a searing night into your heart and I think we have a caller was that caller nuts sounded. Like someone's phone was going off. I'll have all right Okay.
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"Can keep it to the ABC's of zetland cause. Resentment is common theme but a new element is what happens. You happening. Bunny. Who betrayed you and dad is still Event is still friends with a friend of yours unhappy. Feel about that right well. It family run. It's happened over and over and friendships that I've had where I'm thinking. Why are you still leaking out to them? Why are you allowing them to do work for you? Just because they well. I don't see the big difference. You know the big deal. They didn't do anything to say. Wait a minute but they did something I mean. That's the be enough or someone who in the family had cut me off and slide at me and as you haze badly showed up very rudely and was very Kurt. Disrespectful and very patronizing toward knee. Cousin and my mom is wrong. So aquatic subject. Because it's really important that that that people get the point it's not a baton rouge setting the person that hard you now. We're talking about the people who are still friends with Still friends with the person who hurt you. How do you feel about them now? It's very challenging. It's it creates a dynamic. You mentioned a triangle other than the car at gone for Exercise and I'm just getting in the house and so the thing is I didn't hear everything not call then And so what I could relate to. Is that sense of. And it's interesting because I was raised to be a good girl woman. You know young girl growing up you check your elders and that kind of thing however this dynamic turns this turned on its head when you start to kind of UNMACHT situation and you start to see what's what and so. My mom is on the phone talking to one of my aunts right now. And she's someone who'd be in and coke. I just want you to get the topic. The topic is not about resenting the people that hurt you the talk is about resenting the people that are still friends with the people who are hurting. Do you have any examples like that? Have family who worked still closed to that not count. Yeah that.
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"You from ABC news I'm Brian Clark as corona virus induced shutdowns continued governors are saying there's not enough testing for them to re open the president suggesting states aren't moving quick enough to test and get people back to work we've already built sufficient testing capacity nationwide for the president's infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says he's been in doctors positions where it looks different and I know what it means when someone tells you Hey you have what you need and you look around and you say well maybe you think I have what I need but I don't really have what I need Dr Fauci says they're trying to remove the roadblocks Andy field ABC news Washington there have been protests in some states troops to re open president trump Friday sent tweets saying liberate Michigan Virginia and Minnesota those are three states with democratic governors and critics have said those protests don't practice good social distancing practices when asked about it the president said these are people expressing their views I see where they are I see the way they work is they seem to be very responsible people to me he also said the federal stimulus program has been a success he was asked about reports of people having problems getting payments from the government we sent out eighty million deposits at less than one percent had even the problems couple had minor glitches but it's substantially less than one percent but whether it's job loss or slow payments many people worrying about how to put food on the table ABC's Marcus Moore is in San Antonio the site of a driving foodbank Matthew Serra among the two thousand people who came to this food distribution site laid off from his job soon after the shutdown began nobody likes it when your kids ask what's for dinner and you're not sure what to tell them it's not easy to ask for help food banks across.