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Why did Washington, DC police intervene at one federal statue’s destruction but not another?

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Why did Washington, DC police intervene at one federal statue’s destruction but not another?

"We're learning more now about what happened this week when protesters tried to pull down the statue of president Andrew Jackson which has stood in Lafayette park since eighteen fifty three he sees police chief Peter Newsham sat down exclusively with WTOP's on making glory U. S. park police say a group of three hundred protesters took down sections of chain link fencing surrounding the Andrew Jackson statue in Lafayette square and quote attacked it with hammers chisels and acid while attempting to bring it down with chains we can disagree with what a statute or a piece of property represents but we have to take lawful measures to have those things removed DC police chief Peter Newsham tells WTOP his officers responded to U. S. park police calls for assistance on federal land and were able to stop the destruction of the Jackson statue but explained why his officers did not step in Friday night in judiciary square that's when a group pulled down and burned a statue of Confederate general and Mason Albert pike the tactical decision was made that the crowd had become so aggressive that it would have been dangerous to send police officers into

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Why did Washington DC police intervene at one federal statue’s destruction but not another?

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Why did Washington DC police intervene at one federal statue’s destruction but not another?

"After two unruly nights marked with protesters trying to topple statues DC's police chief can't say whether it'll happen again but he can't explain why officers chose not to intervene during one incident but to intervene during another U. S. park police say a group of three hundred protesters took down sections of chain link link fencing fencing surrounding surrounding the the Andrew Andrew Jackson Jackson statue statue in in Lafayette Lafayette square square and and quote quote attacked attacked it it with with hammers hammers chisels chisels and and acid acid while while attempting attempting to to bring bring it it down down with with chains chains we we can can disagree disagree with what a statute or a piece of property represents but we have to take lawful measures to have those things removed DC police chief Peter Newsham tell WTOP his officers responded to U. S. park police calls for assistance on federal land and were able to stop the destruction of the Jackson statue but explained why his officers did not step in Friday night in judiciary square that's when a group pulled down and burned a statue of Confederate general and Mason Albert pike the tactical decision was made that the crowd had become so aggressive that it would have been dangerous to send police officers into the crowd Meghan clarity WTOP news

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"albert pike" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on KOMO

"Statue of Confederate general Albert pike in San Francisco was down to Francis Scott key wrote the star spangled banner and had links to slavery was dragged down president trump Intel survey on left wing is trying to vandalize our history desecrate our monuments are beautiful and today the president calling a plan to remove a statue of Theodore Roosevelt from the American museum of natural history in New York quote ridiculous the statue of the former president on a horse flanked by a native American man and a black man criticized as a symbol of colonialism and discrimination for what it's worth Brian Clark ABC news health care workers have spent the last four months on the front lines of the corona virus pandemic and hundreds of them have paid with their lives now come a handful of new cases among staff at a local hospital comers Carlene Johnson has details Virginia Mason confirms for The Seattle Times they have four new cases as of last week these are people who work in or around operating rooms they were initially three employees testing positive and follow up tests of some six hundred fifty additional staff members turned up just one more case the media relations manager at Virginia Mason says that each staff member who tested positive has been treated and is recovering at home they'll stay there at least two weeks according to a project launched by the guardian and Kaiser health foundation roughly six hundred frontline healthcare workers have died of covert nineteen as of about two weeks ago across the country they're going to break this down publicly by the summer showing race ethnicity age profession and location as well showing whether those workers had adequate access to protective gear Carlene Johnson komo news traffic in Seattle at the intersection of bring your evidence now that MLK junior way husband re opened there are no longer protesters blocking that intersection in the sparkling area we're seeing a big backup along eastbound highway five twelve just east of Pacific Avenue as a two left lanes are closed for roadwork that's because the stop and go traffic from Ainsworth Avenue south and the I. five express lanes are closed overnight tonight from James street to Doug north gateway and will re open at five tomorrow morning our next come up traffic at eight thirty five the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk your call whether good evening arts Sanders mostly clear tonight lows in the mid fifties mostly sunny tomorrow mid eighties and Wednesday mostly cloudy with a chance of rain highs in the mid seventies for Thursday and Friday back to mostly sunny with highs near eighty Saturday partly sunny slight chance of rain lower seventies and Sunday mostly cloudy with a chance of rain high near seventy overnight lows in the upper fifties that's your latest weather from the como forecast team B. C. entertainment news comic director Joel Schumacher has died it seemed almost fire from saying almost fire to two Batman movies the ice the ice cream market directed some of the biggest films.

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"albert pike" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on KOMO

"Of Confederate general Albert pike in San Francisco thank you Francis Scott key wrote the star spangled banner and had links to slavery was dragged down president trump Intel survey on left wing is trying to vandalize our history desecrate our monuments are beautiful and today the president calling a plan to remove a statue of Theodore Roosevelt from the American museum of natural history in New York quote ridiculous the statue of the former president on a horse flanked by a native American man and a black man criticized as a symbol of colonialism and discrimination for what it's worth Brian Clark ABC news companies time twelve twenty business update from Jim just go it's one of the trickiest questions a company can face pay a ransomware demand or don't among Sir cyber security leaders surveyed by the Wall Street journal pro research fifty seven and a half percent say they wouldn't pay leaving forty two and a half percent said they would at least consider pain law enforcement agencies including the FBI have advised victims not to pay ransomware attackers the creators of Fortnite have removed police cars from the massively popular video game over concerns about the ongoing protests against racial injustice and police brutality that's your money now markets today rebounding a little bit the Dow up by seventy points the nasdaq up seventy two and the S. and P. five hundred higher by ten points we check your money news a twenty and fifty past the hour at a traffic update is next home.

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President Trump speaks out against Washington DC Mayor Bowser and the Confederate General Albert Pike statue being torn down

Underwriters

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump speaks out against Washington DC Mayor Bowser and the Confederate General Albert Pike statue being torn down

"Feuding continues discounters wants between you to president remain Donald Trump safe and without DC having mayor to put Muriel Bowser your life on president trump slamming that's her why at his we created rally in Tulsa yesterday consultation saying she to get did things nothing started to stop right away protesters from tearing down a statue get back to of normal Confederate general the Albert prosecutor pike get on the June ground eighteenth running they ripped down kitchen his statue that was a hundred and ten right years now old with remote consultation a piece of art at cabin in front the of the police precinct show rooms with are open our radical by they're Asians hours watching and phone numbers on television we're not happy that's going to be very expensive for DC they're always looking for money we need more money we always are your more aches money and pains slowing and you down then they don't are do you tired the of proper taking meds job or fear the thought so of surgery it's not gonna be get good to the for root of your health condition at core concepts their browsers chiropractic the by rally rebel was the in first Ashburn since our goal the pandemic is to help began patients naturally the crowd was without smaller the use than anticipated of medicine or surgery prompting campaign I feel like staffers yourself again to cancel take an the outdoor first rally step towards natural for an overflow health and wellness crowd schedule an

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"albert pike" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on KTOK

"Of America's Confederate past continue in Raleigh North Carolina Friday a crowd of demonstrators marching against police brutality while celebrating Juneteenth used ropes and straps to pull down the statues of two Confederate soldiers near the state capitol one was hung by its neck from a lamppost while the other was dragged to the wake county courthouse meanwhile the statue of a Confederate general listed in our nation's capital was pulled from its pedestal the likeness of Albert pike was then doused with gasoline and set on fire president trump tweeted the writer should be arrested adding that they were a disgrace to our country Karen McCue fox news masses next Mars mission will honor those fighting coronaviruses space agency says it'll put a small aluminum plate dedicated to those in the medical community on the perseverance rover NASA says the three by five inch emblem shows earth is supported by the medical community represented by the ancient symbol of the serpent entwined rod perseverance will attempt to detect if there is any fossilized evidence of extraterrestrials being on Mars it's scheduled to launch July twentieth Tom or Gotti fox news headlines Sanji ingresso this is fox news more rain chance today partly cloudy skies in human about eighty seven for a daytime high rain chances should go back up again late Monday and is now a page from the diary of flow the ghost is back this house is protected to progressive but that doesn't mean the haunted house would you explain that radiator like clanking sound well the moon colored.

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"albert pike" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"He says that he's not gonna lie he was a little nervous but confident doctor post comes in second Max player third fox's leisure Hosni four Confederate statues were vandalized efforts to demolish reminders of America's Confederate past continue in Raleigh North Carolina Friday a crowd of demonstrators marching against police brutality while celebrating Juneteenth used ropes and straps to pull down the statues of two Confederate soldiers near the state capitol one was hung by its neck from a lamppost while the other was dragged to the wake county courthouse meanwhile the statue of a Confederate general listed in our nation's capital was pulled from its pedestal the likeness of Albert pike was then doused with gasoline and set on fire president trump tweeted the writer should be arrested adding that they were a disgrace to our country Karen McCue fox news masses next Mars mission will honor those fighting coronaviruses space agency says they'll put a small aluminum plate dedicated to those in the medical community on the perseverance rover NASA says the three by five inch emblem shows earth is supported by the medical community represented by the ancient symbol of the serpent entwined rod perseverance will attempt to detect if there is any fossilized evidence of extraterrestrials being on Mars it's scheduled to launch July twentieth Tom or Gotti fox news headlines Celgene presto this is false from.

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"albert pike" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"A story for New York the first New York bred horse to win the Belmont Stakes over a century the name change log taking the lead right in the home stretch and then winning the one hundred and fifty second Belmont Stakes and of course that one million dollar person with a time of one forty six fifty three carries jockey Manny Franco he says that he's not going to lie he was a little nervous but confident doctor post comes in second Max player third fox's leisure Hosni more Confederate statues were vandalized efforts to demolish reminders of America's Confederate past continue in Raleigh North Carolina Friday a crowd of demonstrators marching against police brutality while celebrating Juneteenth used ropes and straps to pull down the statues of two Confederate soldiers near the state capitol one was hung by its neck from a lamppost while the other was dragged to the wake county courthouse meanwhile the statue of a Confederate general listed in our nation's capital was pulled from its pedestal the likeness of Albert pike was then doused with gasoline and set on fire president trump tweeted the rider should be arrested adding that they were a disgrace to our country Karen McCue fox news masses next Mars mission will honor those fighting coronaviruses space agency says they'll put a small aluminum plate dedicated to those in the medical community on the perseverance rover NASA says the three by five inch emblem shows earth is supported by the medical community represented by the ancient symbol of the serpent entwined rod perseverance will attempt to detect if there is any fossilized evidence of extraterrestrials being on Mars it's scheduled to launch July twentieth Tom or Gotti.

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"albert pike" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"History is made at the Belmont Stakes on Saturday what a story for New York the first New York bred horse to win the Belmont Stakes in over a century the name change log taking a lead right in the home stretch and then winning the one hundred and fifty second Belmont Stakes and of course that one million dollar purse with a time of one forty six fifty three jockey Manny Franco he says that he's not going to lie he was a little nervous but confident doctor post comes in second Max player third fox's leisure Hosni more Confederate statues were vandalized efforts to demolish reminders of America's Confederate past continue in Raleigh North Carolina Friday a crowd of demonstrators marching against police brutality while celebrating Juneteenth used ropes and straps to pull down the statues of two Confederate soldiers near the state capitol one was hung by its neck from a lamppost while the other was dragged to the wake county courthouse meanwhile the statue of a Confederate general listed in our nation's capital was pulled from its pedestal the likeness of Albert pike was then doused with gasoline and set on fire president trump tweeted the rider should be arrested adding that they were a disgrace to our country Karen McCue fox news masses next Mars mission will honor those fighting coronaviruses space agency says it'll put a small aluminum plate dedicated to those in the medical community on the perseverance rover NASA says the three by five inch emblem shows earth is supported by the medical community represented by the ancient symbol of the serpent entwined rod perseverance will attempt to detect if there is any fossilized evidence of extraterrestrials being on Mars it's scheduled to launch July twentieth Tom or Gotti.

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Washington, D.C. Mayor Bowser in national spotlight as latest Trump foil

MSU Today Weekend

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, D.C. Mayor Bowser in national spotlight as latest Trump foil

"Trump name name DC's DC's mayor mayor after after protesters protesters toppled toppled a statue a statue of of Confederate Confederate general general Albert Albert pike pike the only the only rebel rebel monument monument outdoors outdoors in in the nation's the nation's capital capital we're not we're not happy happy that's that's going to going be to very be very expensive expensive for DC for DC they're always they're always looking looking for for money money we we need need we we always always need need more more money money and and then they then don't they don't do do the proper the proper job job she's she's not not going to going be to good be good for for I'm sorry I'm sorry your browser your browser

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Protesters Fell Confederate Monument In D.C., Provoking Trump's Fury

MSU Today Weekend

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters Fell Confederate Monument In D.C., Provoking Trump's Fury

"Is told to rally president trump went after his likely November opponent Joe Biden for the black community in four years forty seven is that also saw two tied the destruction and removal of Confederate monuments and statues to democratic leaders following the may killing of George Floyd the African American man who died while in Minneapolis police custody and trump name DC's mayor after protesters toppled a statue of Confederate general Albert pike the only rebel monument outdoors in the nation's capital we're not happy that's going to be very expensive for DC they're always looking for money we need we always need more money and then they don't do the proper job she's not going to be good for I'm sorry your browser

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Protesters topple, burn Albert Pike statue in Washington D.C.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters topple, burn Albert Pike statue in Washington D.C.

"Statues and monuments related to the confederacy have been vandalized and toppled in recent days across the country during protests and now it's happened in DC for decades city leaders have wanted to see the Albert park statue taken down from judiciary square last night Juneteenth demonstrators took matters into their own hands using their own roads and chanting want to pull in toppling the statue before setting it on fire enter in general and also a leader of the free masons where the statue built in nineteen oh one featuring bright as a civilian and a soldier president trump criticized DC police for allowing the statue to come down calling it a disgrace the statues next to police headquarters but it sits on national park service so technically it's U. S. park police jurisdiction John Newman WTOP

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"albert pike" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Understand one of the victims may have already been taken out by volunteers inside the child's own functions Dan Springer is bit more vandalism ation of Confederate statues efforts to demolish reminders of America's Confederate past continue in Raleigh North Carolina Friday a crowd of demonstrators celebrating Juneteenth used ropes and straps to pull down the statues of two Confederate soldiers near the state capitol one was hung by its neck from a lamppost while the other was dragged to the wake county courthouse meanwhile the statue of a Confederate general listed in our nation's capital was pulled from its pedestal the likeness of Albert pike was then doused with gasoline and set on fire president trump tweeted the writer should be arrested adding that they were a disgrace to our country boxes currently Q. tensions between north and South Korea heating up more North Korea gearing up to send propaganda leaflets over its southern border denouncing north Korean defectors and South Korea that move coming after North Korea blamed the defectors for launching leaflets across the border from South Korea the north also blowing up an inter Korean liaison office this past Tuesday a north Korean defector led group saying Friday that it dropped a plan to send hundreds of plastic bottles stuffed with rice medicine and face masks to North Korea by throwing them into the sea near the Korean border fox's Paul Stevens and ideals you fox news partly cloudy warm conditions as we go through the evening hours and will have an overnight low around seventy one mostly sunny again tomorrow with a slight chance for afternoon showers or thunderstorms on father's day afternoon high of ninety two a few showers linger Sunday night otherwise partly cloudy with a low seventy one in the WBRC fox six first alert weather center I'm meteorologist Fred hunter on your side on newsradio one oh five five WBRC.

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"albert pike" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"The afternoon six thirty K. H. O. W. Denver ABC news a lot of president trump holding a campaign rally in Tulsa Oklahoma tonight some supporters have been camped out for days ABC's Jim Ryan setting the scene there the venue holds about nineteen thousand people and either its managers nor the trump campaign has indicated that it won't be filled to capacity thousands more will be in a fenced in area called the great American comeback for traffic and crowd control told the police are being backed up by sheriff's deputies state troopers secret service at about two hundred fifty Oklahoma national guardsmen the trump campaign confirming to ABC news six campaign advance staffers tested positive for covert nineteen at the B. okay center earlier today were that rallies being held Tulsa county reported ties one day increase with one hundred and thirty six new cases today a spike of covert nineteen cases in Florida has health officials on alert the state reported more than four thousand cases in a single day New York governor Andrew Cuomo's thing the thing is now monitoring people from Florida and other states traveling to New York this is ABC news demonstrators took down a controversial statue in the nation's capital ABC's Brian Clark reports Washington DC had one outdoor statue of a Confederate figure that came down Friday night demonstrators toppled an eleven foot statue of general Albert pike before was set on fire the statue which commemorated pikes contributions to freemasonry stood.

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"albert pike" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Past continue in Raleigh North Carolina Friday a crowd of demonstrators marching against police brutality while celebrating Juneteenth used ropes and straps to pull down the statues of two Confederate soldiers near the state capitol one was hung by its neck from a lamppost while the other was dragged to the wake county courthouse meanwhile the statue of a Confederate general listed in our nation's capital was pulled from its pedestal the likeness of Albert pike was then doused with gasoline and set on fire president trump tweeted the writer should be arrested adding that they were a disgrace to our country boxes currently Q. tensions between north and South Korea continued to rise North Korea gearing up to send propaganda leaflets over its southern border denouncing north Korean defectors and that South Korea according to the north's KCNA news agency North Korea blamed the defectors for launching leaflets across the border from South Korea the north also blowing up an inter Korean liaison office this past Tuesday meantime a north Korean defector led group saying Friday that it dropped a plan to send hundreds of plastic bottles stuffed with rice medicine and face masks to North Korea by throwing them into the sea near the Korean border on Sunday fox's Paul Stevens force racing's Triple Crown get started later this hour with what's usually the final leg of the track there won't be fans in the stands at Belmont Park today for the one hundred and fifty second running of the Belmont Stakes just one of the several differences brought on by the code nineteen pandemic the stakes and serving as the first leg of the Triple Crown this year rather than the last leg of the race cut down from a mile and a half to just one and one eighth of a mile it is the law and say the favor to come away with a Belmont when seeking to become the first New York bred horse to win the stakes since eighteen eighty two boxes metropolitan.

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"albert pike" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Fox news podcasts dot com more rebel statues have been vandalized efforts to demolish reminders of America's Confederate past continue in Raleigh North Carolina Friday a crowd of demonstrators marching against police brutality while celebrating Juneteenth used ropes and straps to pull down the statues of two Confederate soldiers near the state capitol one was hung by its neck from a lamppost while the other was dragged to the wake county courthouse meanwhile the statue of a Confederate general listed in our nation's capital was pulled from its pedestal the likeness of Albert pike was then doused with gasoline and set on fire president trump tweeted the writer should be arrested adding that they were a disgrace to our country boxes currently Q. tensions between north and South Korea continued to rise North Korea gearing up to send propaganda leaflets over its southern border denouncing north Korean defectors and that South Korea according to the north's KCNA news agency North Korea taking a look at KSFO traffic our biggest problems in Fremont right now our two cars are blocking the left lane of traffic really gummed up behind it you are not at all that's up up a bridge a toll plaza all we have a denture Bender parking toll booth the toll lane rather number eight plus a separate fender Bender blocking up just twelve and thirteen so keep an eye on that might be a little bit slow if you try to head through the bay bridge toll plaza after that you're fine just a seven minute ride heading across the span into San Francisco backups on highway one southbound heading in the half moon bay very slow from pacifica with KSFO traffic on print chase attorney CPA Joe Cordell even in the toughest of times there are usually opportunities for relief many husbands and dads listening now.

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Albert Pike Statue Brought Down in Washington, DC

Startup Showcase with Scott Kitun

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Albert Pike Statue Brought Down in Washington, DC

"Demonstrators took down a controversial statue in the nation's capital A. B. C.'s Brian Clark has more Washington DC had one outdoor statue of a Confederate figures that came down Friday night demonstrators toppled an eleven foot statue of general Albert pike before was set on fire the statue which commemorated pikes contributions to freemasonry stood in the judiciary square neighborhood of northwest DC on Twitter president trump said DC police were not doing their job and the people involved should be immediately arrested Brian Clark

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"albert pike" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A standing ovation so they are very energetic and very ready for this rally to get going ten foot high pedestrian fencing if you want to get past that sense in any closer to the arena you have to have a ticket fox's ray bogan in Tulsa protesters are also heading to town that's part of the reason why the fencing concrete barriers were erected some businesses are boarded up everyone who enters the arena will have their temperature taken attendees will also be given hand sanitizer and masks but they're not required to wear them despite a surge in corona virus cases here's Oklahoma governor Kevin state we've been re open now for fifty seven days we were the first state to kind of come out of this we've been in phase three since June first work side and we've been having little league job games right so far and Oklahoma's been open for business since June first fully nationwide there are more than two point two million confirmed virus cases virus infections topping one thousand at a slaughter house in northwest Germany all sixty five hundred workers and managers and their family members have been ordered to quarantine a forklift in a back hoe have been brought in to remove that toppled Confederate monument in Washington DC last night protesters pulled the statue of Albert pike down police were there but didn't step in ask your Amazon smart speaker to play the news from fox America is listening to fox news there's never been a more critical time fox news media is bringing America together America is watching this debate on fox.

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Protesters in D.C. topple statue of Confederate general

Ric Edelman

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters in D.C. topple statue of Confederate general

"The federal government didn't do it so last night protesters decided to take matters into their own hands pulling down the district only statue of a Confederate general and setting it on fire for nearly thirty years the DC council has been calling on the federal government to remove this statue of Confederate general Albert pike fishery square which is federal land hikes critics claim he was the chief founder of the post war KKK Mike was a freemason that group denies that people were there when it happened say DC police did not stop the protesters and president Donald Trump tweeted quote the DC police are not doing their job as they walk to staff to be ripped down and burn these people should be immediately arrested a disgrace to our

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"albert pike" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Com listing taking the stand really go ahead there's a standoff between the trump administration and the U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman Attorney General bill Barr met with Berman in New York on Friday and asked him to step down but Berman says he's not going anywhere correspondent Evan Perez adds Berman vowed to continue investigations involving president trump's allies in attempt to hold president trump's first post code nineteen campaign rally failed correspondent Bob Costantini reports Oklahoma Supreme Court said it would not intervene it was a suit brought by attorneys representing neighborhood groups in Tulsa they wanted to force the trump campaign and be okay center management to require social distancing for the Saturday night rally Oklahoma Supreme Court denied a request for an order the locals argued the rally could be a biological bomb be okay center is expected to be packed meaning no social distancing and masts will not be required but given up on the campaign as an option a change in stance by AMC after it had announced its theaters will be re opening next month then that it would leave the face covering policy up to local authorities amid the corona virus pandemic pushback on social media such as the hashtag boycott AMC has caused a MCD change its mind and mandate masks final answer the company plans on opening more than a thousand theaters in two phases next month gym group Los Angeles protesters toppled the only statue of a Confederate general in the nation's capital as it set it on fire on Juneteenth cheering demonstrators jumped up and down as the eleven foot statue of Albert pike wrapped with chains fell backwards and landed in a huge pile of dust president trump called out DC's mayor in a tweet saying the police are not doing their job as they watched the statue being ripped.

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Protesters tear down Albert Pike statue in Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters tear down Albert Pike statue in Washington, DC

"We went through all of Friday and most of last evening Friday evening with peaceful Juneteenth celebrations in protest and then you need to do to rid statue in the district was brought down last night protesters pulling down the statue of Confederate general Albert pike a little after eleven last night it was then apparently spray painted and doused with lighter fluid set on fire the statue was put up way back in nineteen oh one standing on Indiana Avenue northwest near DC police headquarters police were standing by watching this protesters last night use ropes to pull down the statue Mike was a brigadier general in the Confederate army and a grand commander of the supreme council for the Freemasons critics say Mike was instrumental in forming the Ku Klux Klan but the Freemasons insists there is no evidence to support that a

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"albert pike" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"albert pike" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You gauge the effect of the corona virus on this so it's a time when the president's leadership came out contrast between what people have seen from the president and what people have not seen from Joe Biden and quite literally not subscribe and listen now going to fox news broadcast protesters in the nation's capital tear down and burned a statue of Confederate general Albert pike P. C. five reporter Mike ideology says about one hundred people gathered around the statue late Friday night this is just one of the many protests following the police killing of George Floyd president trump tweeting in response the DC police are not doing their job these people should be immediately arrested a disgrace to our country also in DC a statue of the former NFL franchise owner is removed the statue of former Washington Redskins owner George Preston Marshall was removed from outside archy stadium Friday morning in a statement of NCC which in charge of and you said quote this symbol of a person who didn't believe all men and women were created equal and who actually worked against integration is counter to all that we as people a city and nation represented Marshall was the last NFL owner to integrate his team not doing so until nineteen sixty two also having the Redskins marching band played Dixie on the field for twenty three years and one saying he would only sign African American players when the Harlem Globetrotters signed white players man Apollo Tano fox news and the navy says it won't reinstate the former captain of the USS Roosevelt chief of naval operations admiral Michael gill day announced after a thorough investigation the navy will not reinstate captain Brad crozier as commanding officer of the USS teddy Roosevelt aircraft carrier in the wake of a covert outbreak on the ship and a leaked email in which crozier suggested the navy was not moving fast enough to save sailors lives one sailor chief petty officer Robert Thacker died from Copa nineteen after being exposed on the ship Jennifer Griffin fox news.

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Protesters topple Albert Pike statue in Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters topple Albert Pike statue in Washington, DC

"Just in breaking tonight out of DC in northwest DC in fact can check connected to the pro testing we've seen all day and night on this Juneteenth protesters tearing down the lone Confederate statue in the district this is a statue of Confederate general Albert pike the protesters put ropes over the top of that statue and tore down minutes ago actually setting part of an on fire and then spray painting graffiti all over that statue this is on Indiana Avenue northwest near DC police head quarters but again moments ago protesters tearing down the lone Confederate statue in the district of Albert pike

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"albert pike" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"albert pike" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The joining of male and female the hours and the celestial terrestrial and celestial you know just all kinds of these symbols in deep meanings and one thing I loved about that while reading Albert pike he was talking about symbols and held the basically the beauty of symbols if they have they often have more than one meaning so and this is full of multiple meanings it was amazing as basically reading through Albert pike's works manly Palmer hall than others I tied the end of the template the dimensions the signatures were in the numbers and it's all tied in with freemasonry and back past the founding fathers to Francis Bacon John D. and all the way back to the temple so if if I'm understanding and following this correctly it sounds like your great great granddad Jesse James he hit some treasure a bunch of it all over the place and then he incorporated his treasure map into an already existing map that had been designed by people who had visited North America before the founding of the country and buried their treasures in all over the place is that as of the two I have it right you do and so when we talk about a treasure that was placed in the United States prior to the founding of the United States and you mentioned Sir Francis Bacon are we talking about the knights Templar here yes and at first you know I I would I wanted to trace not only the template yeah there's two templates is a tree of life template and the veil template covers the tree of life template which falls in line perfect beautifully with Kaballah I mean they it was the whole thing is laid out very beautifully and but I wanted to trace back yeah I wanted to find out who did it why and when you know and what did they bury and it was I was much more than just gold I believe it's also items of spiritual significance which ties back to the temple are and the dome of the rock you'll Solomon's temple all that kind of stuff easily that's all in the United States I don't believe it's all in the U. S. but I believe a lot of it is here and how did how did Jessie James to get his hands on these map these Templar of these ancient Templar map what they're not ancient but they're certainly pretty old that's a real good question and I've got a lot of theories on that but I have no proof and when it comes to to secrets of that nature is very hard to find any kind of proof I on where you know when he came into contact with this email it may of he may have it may be a half may have been passed down through his family they were well to do family they were educated they have ties back you know these guys in the founding of the U. S. and also with in in England they say it could have passed down through his family or it could have been through someone he met on it you know after he during the civil war or after the civil war there's a lot of questions on that I hope to find answers to but those there's a lot of mystery still involved in that and let's say for example the legend of oak island I've been up here in Canada off the coast of Nova Scotia us some have theorized that the treasure in that set the bottom of the money pit the infamous money pit is Templar treasure does oak island appear on any of your great great granddad maps on the belt with it that covers the Americas the oak island and the area around it are on the map it is that things like not just Colin but the Newport power the Los Los Los Lunas Decalogue stone in in New Mexico and other areas the can think in runestone that Scott Walker of the of the hope that was also is also located very near to the template I it just it it amazes me at how many historic sites that also involve a lot of mystery are located on the template and I don't think it was all Jesse he he was a very important he was an important part of it but he was a small very small part of the whole of the the big picture and so but but he but he believed he was continuing in the the tradition of the knights Templar by burying treasure using the same the same template so what was it what was that all about what was the big picture what who did you want to find the treasure what was it supposed to be used for leave the well one quote from him as he Hogan is who is the Templar grand master is also an author and lecturer it is stated that Daniel J. do can successfully cracked open part of the mystery surrounding the Templar treasure from Jerusalem that it's been moved to the Americans to help establish a free nation that that first part of his endorsement updates on my book is that says a lot of it right says it all pretty much in in a broad statement that that's why they wanted to form a free nation and it wasn't it was when you trace it back through that through all the people involved I wanted to it was like a family tree when I when I was trace it back it was almost as if you're tracing an organization or is much much in the same way you would do a family tree you know Jesse had yes he was a freemason and it goes back to Albert pike you know all the way to the founding fathers and people like Thomas Jefferson his mentor was a man by the name of William small way in small was well versed he was an enlightenment student born in Scotland who was well versed introduce Thomas Jefferson the writings of Isaac Newton Francis Bacon John Locke who was his mentor and it just goes back the Francis Bacon when I found that I saw I found the guy who started it all it says that the beginning I didn't know the Templar were involved and then after a while as the researching more reading more everything I could get my hands on I learned that John he was the mentor of Francis thank you it was a well known alchemist he was also known as the original double oh seven I mean this guy will be was amazing man he ties into Leonardo da Vinci John hero Colosio on roof when all the way back to pay a low risk CO who was a Jewish convert to Christianity and I don't know if he converted willingly or if he had if you had a choice you know converter die but he had written a book in fifteen sixteen which had a hidden map on it they also furthered my discovery with the tree of life they added a lot more evidence there's even a a drawing of the hook decks on the front of that book and that was it translation of Abraham get distillers work who is a Jewish rabbi traced all the way back the different rabbis from related by blood others by marriage but it's so clear line all the way back to a rabbi known as ration is famous Jewish rabbi he was a favorite court gas in the court of the count of shampoo view the count of champagne who is one of the founders of the temple so the idea was that a lot of the Templar treasures some of it was from Solomon's temple maybe some of it was from Herod's temple that was all to be not all of it but a great deal of it was to be shipped over to the United States or the colony's back then big and because the Templars were on the run they were being persecuted themselves exactly by by the church the I didn't mean to interrupt no no no I'm just trying to follow along here yeah and all these groups you know Francis Bacon Isaac Newton they were living in a time where if you spoke out of out of if you spoke yeah you know if you basically scientific discoveries new discoveries if you said the wrong thing publicly you could literally either lose everything you had or lose your life so you know there is there is an impression that they were living under the name when you go back further to the other people involved like if there were Jewish rabbis it even ties back to month month people in Islam and Muslims from the Jews tradition and Sufi mystic temple the Templar grand master Timothy Hogan admission at the temple are win that before the crusades a lot of people won't launch this temple are in with the crusaders but that isn't so they went into the Middle East before the crusades with the goal of preserving knowledge sacred artifacts and things of that and documents and things of that nature and that you know that's a lot of the treasure they got including the treasures at the at the temple in Jerusalem so all these people had been been persecuted a different groups of people involved persecuted throughout history at different times in history the Templar were even persecuted after thirteen oh seven and they wanted they have they all had a dream of you know when the New World was known they they had a I had a dream for a place where they can all live in harmony without the fear of losing their head right ambience you know and all the persecution so it's hard for me to imagine that a young Jesse James while he's holding up trains has this big picture view that this is where the all these treasures gonna go that he's he's playing a part in this this knights Templar plot to form a new a new country exactly it's it sounded when I first when I first stumbled on to this you know I was looking for Jesse's treasure in the beginning and when I stumbled on to all this is I thought okay either I'm gone insane or I have found one of the biggest treasure stories in US if not world history it it just it was it's amazing and it all ties in perfectly so Jesse I don't know when he became a part of that exactly but I know definitely he buried his treasures on the template that lines up with all the other treasures that are known so he knew he knew about it and he was a part of it I believe there's a lot of theories one theory that makes a lot of sense to me is they may have been in the KGB see during the civil war or they may have known yeah it sure surely they knew about the KGC so maybe they knew where some of the treasures war got information on that and relocated welcome to the treasures from the cage you see if they were actually hoarding treasures as it was said that you many maps so that they could have taken from them and maybe that when he became yeah maybe that's when he learned of all that how many maps did your great great grandfather Leafs do do we know yet several maps I know we have one copy of the map there were other mass there were there are several men's there also there was another man in his love of partial map in one of his letters and then you know there's the map that George roaming had drawn from my mother and I there's there's three three.

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"albert pike" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"albert pike" Discussed on WTVN

"Meanings and one thing I loved about that while reading Albert pike he was talking about symbols and held the basically the beauty of symbols if they have they often have more than one meaning so and this is full of multiple meanings it was amazing as basically reading through Albert pike's works manly Palmer hall than others I typed in the the simplest the dimensions the signatures were in the numbers and it's all tied in with freemasonry and back past the founding fathers to Francis Bacon John B. and all the way back to the temple so if I if I'm understanding and following this correctly it sounds like your great great granddad Jesse James he hit some treasure a bunch of it all over the place and then he incorporated his treasure map into an already existing map that had been designed by people who had visited North America before the founding of the country and buried their treasured all over the place is that as of the two I have it right you do and so when we talk about a treasure that was placed in the United States prior to the founding of the United States and you mentioned Sir Francis Bacon are we talking about the knights Templar here yes and at first you know I I would I wanted to trace not only the template there's two templates is a tree of life template and the veiled simply covers the tree of life template which falls in line perfect beautifully with Kaballah I mean they it was the whole thing is laid out.

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"albert pike" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"albert pike" Discussed on KOMO

"Heart of history ever happened. Or that's. That I'm getting from it. And you can't change that you can't take that away. Unfortunately, a lot of this stuff that has happened has been what a shape of country this. All right at Jennifer. You know, it was interesting because you never know when you when you press the phone button, you might hear something that really bring something home to you. And I think I think maybe we hit on something I had not considered before about the about the travel. Speaking of travel, Bonnie, I understand you're on the road near Fargo, North Dakota. Yeah. Goodness. Go ahead. I'm agreeing with Jennifer. Not gonna take it out of the history books. It's not gonna change the history in Germany. They wanted to remove all the concentration camps after the war, and the German people sit up and said, no their model is last week. Forget it there to remind people doesn't happen again. It's not memorialize thing something mill that's the path they are in a sense museums. Now, it's not as if you have, you know, monuments extolling the, you know, the the storm troopers came in and dragged people away. So that's not I'm not comparing confederate soldiers to stormtroopers. But you know, it's it's there's again, it's the difference between remembering memorializing and honoring. And that's and that's where the problem is. You know, there are some confederate monuments that don't do that. Yeah. What about a confederate monument that doesn't do that that that just honors the the cause or the people with, you know, without a heroic statue of some soldier? I mean when you go you go into Alexandria, Virginia right in the middle of a main street. There's you know, there's a confederates culture with a gun and a lot of folks don't like that. But because of the property that it's on it's it's difficult to remove so bear to remind us of something that's happened there. Whether it was right or wrong. It's reminding that this battle happened here or this bad thing happened here. It's not if not to memorialize and make good old of that bad thing. It's just to remind us, but this has happened. You know, you can't remove all the bad out of the world. We're going around ripping out all the old stuff. That was put there for reason. And we're putting something that politically correct everywhere in the world. Well, you know what? In other fifty eight years. Somebody else is gonna come along and go, oh, I don't like this. We need to tear. This put something that my time in mode. I think what about the ones that were erected in the nineteen fifties and sixties as a sign that we are not going along with desegregation. We're not going along we are against the civil rights movement. So we're putting in this reminder because some some of those monuments were done for that purpose. And that really bothers especially people of color because they know why that statue was put there do you see that the same as something? That's that was put there, you know, maybe after the civil war to honor the soldiers specifically that they weren't even thinking of civil rights movement back then. That one that I have considered but as far as the. Older. I monument. I I get with the thing. I get that one. But you can't remove all of the things from the old history. All I'm saying because people will forget about them. And it will happen again. All right, Bonnie, very thoughtful call and you've us something to think about thanks for checking in with us. We are now at six minutes before the hour. Let's talk to John and Springfield, Missouri morning. John warning. Giorgio or well, he who controls the past controls the future for battery dead it needs to preserve our history reminder cells what or what not to do. And I can't help noticing I load the public abstract art exhibits that are replacing these monuments at once again, they do not represent the region or the people that area most people that I know hate them and generally say depan by our professors that have no vested interest or ties to the region. So I I and what I don't understand. Why is it the statue of Albert by? You know, the king Mason is still being exhibited strangely enough in Washington DC only confederate general it is somehow still standing in Washington DC Albert pike statue, kinda strange, sir. Thank you for taking my call. All right. Thanks, john. Preciado we have less than a minute left outs. Go to Richard in New Bedford Massachusetts morning, Richard and confederate statues in New Bedford. Hello. Hello, richard. All right. We seem to have lost Richard. Well, we are pretty much out of time at any rate. We are coming up on five minutes before the hour first lights coming right back in two minutes. This just any door. 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"albert pike" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"albert pike" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Hexagon. Slow up here. The God of Lucifer. They're gone. The Masons Dodd is Lucifer is what you just said. Will you? Atop freemason name Albert pike admitted that in his book morals and dogma. All right. Let's let my guest respond to that state. Is it appears on the back of the one dollar Bill was designed under the watchful eye of Benjamin Franklin, Thomas, Jefferson and John Adams? To my knowledge, they were not Satan worshippers. Where that came from. They that was commissioned on July fourth seventeen seventy six and they went through a process of selection process of several different symbols that might represent the the American Enterprise, it'd be the local of the American Enterprise. And one of the proposals came from Thomas Jefferson. He wanted to see your other excuse me Benjamin Franklin he wanted to see Moses leading the Israelites through the Red Sea because the founding fathers connected themselves with the Israelites. They had come to a foreign land promised land where they had hoped. They would be able to connect with their God who was not Lucifer. But the God that most of us are aware of this guy is trying to say that the Masons worship Lucifer. Benjamin Franklin was a Mason, Andrew Rosicrucians, virtually every president has been a Mason. There. They attempted to bring forth ancient teachings marrying, the religions of east and west and marrying the old time religion with the new time religion, and I I can see a little bit. How we might get the Lucifer interpretation there. But I'm not sure that that's the correct one. And the word Mason is spelled out.

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