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"allie bell" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"allie bell" Discussed on AM Joy

"They also let a moratorium evictions expire with Twenty one point five billion dollars in past to rent payments looming over struggling Americans, some Republicans have claimed people are earning more saying home collecting unemployment than they would be at their jobs they ludicrous talking point, the six hundred dollar weekly benefits aren't the problem. The problem is most hourly workers simply aren't getting paid enough even when they can safely go to work. Joining me now to break it all down is the host of MSNBC's Belsey and my friend Allie bell she and I cannot imagine a better person to be on to talk with me and us about this. So thank you for saying in front of a camera. After long after your show has gone off the I want you to bust this myth that we just heard from Secretary Mnuchin and from the White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Six hundred dollar weekly divided by forty hours per week. It's fifteen dollars per hour, which is what a lot of people around the country particularly Democrats have been pushing for. Now look at this the Republicans wanted to reduce it to two hundred dollars a week. Look over forty hours per week. That's five dollars per hour, which when you look at the federal minimum wage since two thousand nine. It is now seven dollars and twenty five cents per hour is the minimum wage given all of that information we show in just showed in those three elements talk about this notion that people are being paid to sit at home and it's better to be unemployed collecting unemployment benefits than actually working. So there's two ways to bust. You've already effectively on one of them, and that is true. If you're actually earning more money staying home on unemployment than you would beginning in wages then we have a whole different societal problem to talk about right because that means your wages too low number one number two. I don't know how many different ways we wanna look at unemployment right now but I'm not sure where Steve Mnuchin and Mark Meadows think all these jobs are that people could otherwise be in as opposed to being on unemployment. It's a, it's a myth. It's the same people who came up with the Welfare Queen Idea this myth that people want to be unemployed it's just not really the American thing but let's talk about the supplement it. The six hundred dollars is an up to amount. So it matches what you otherwise would be getting from your state. So not everybody was getting six hundred dollars they were getting some match up to what they're doing is they're bringing that down. When you look at wages in America, you talked about seven and a quarter was the last increase to unemployment in two, thousand, nine in two, thousand nine. If unemployment had kept pace with what unemployment was not unemployment wages were hourly wages when they were invented when minimum wage was invented, we'd have already by two thousand and nine been at about ten fifty or ten, seventy, five, an hour by two, thousand and sixteen. It would have been twelve dollars and fifty or something like that. An hour by two, thousand and twenty we'd be up about fourteen dollars an hour right now that you'd never increased if you just index minimum wage to inflation, that's what we should be getting and the the reason. This is relevant is that people need this money to live in America if you earn the minimum wage in ninety five percent of the counties in this country, you can't afford a one bedroom apartment. So we've got two problems. We've got a wage problem already regardless of the fact that we were in the pandemic, and then we have the silliness coming from Congress about we've done enough and we're paying people to stay home. Sadly, Jonathan we're GONNA find out that this isn't true because it didn't get extended and suddenly all these people who apparently sitting on their sofas and not working because they were getting free checks from the government are not going to go back to work because the work doesn't exist. I'm so glad you walked us through that and you know on. INSTAGRAM A friend of mine put out this. I forgot to tell the producers about this element but this tenure challenge two bedroom fair market rent, and this is from at just economics UNC two, thousand, nine, six, hundred dollars six, hundred dollars a month for rent two, thousand, nine, minimum wage, seven dollars and twenty five cents two thousand twenty. Monthly. Rent average one thousand two, hundred, fifty, five, dollars, twenty, twenty, twenty, twenty minimum wage, seven dollars and twenty, five, twenty, five. Is Exactly. Why you WANNA index this to inflation because you can make a decision that that that it stay static it's ridiculous. But this is work I. Mean Jonathan You understand this. This is this is noble. This is what we do. It's just not it doesn't make any sense in the richest country in the world that we pay people something that can't be a living wage in which they can't afford to rent a place that that grown adults working in in the airports that we go through in the cities that we walk through need to room with other people in order to exist, and that's why Corona virus hits the poorest the most because they can't afford the fancy living situations. that the rest of us have where we have so much footage around us, this is just a larger problem that this administration is exacerbating in the middle of this pandemic right forcing people to go to work in the middle of a pandemic puts them at risk puts the public at risk, and then they go home most likely to multigenerational hormones and spread the spread. The virus I wanted was a Yale Study I. Think this is this is the J. P. Morgan. Study. That came out about the six hundred dollars supplemental. From. NPR story and it was really interesting J. P. Morgan Chase Institute a think tank with the bank found that households receiving benefits spent ten thousand dollars above pre pre pandemic levels compared to spending drop of ten percent for employed households explain that. So this is typical you find this in recessions or you find this generally with people who get any kind of supplemental aid or government aid generally speaking at the minute you have access money in your life you don't have to spend it. All right. So if you're not one hundred, thousand dollars a year and it costs. Sixty thousand dollars to live you got forty thousand dollars extra. You might invest that..

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"allie bell" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"allie bell" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Your this question is advised. Nicole's Joe Questioning Authority daily. That could be the very reason why. Youtube is upset. Hey you do the music. Venue here beneath my voice is from a broadcast. Sound Library that I pay for and in Ham the receipt so I bet your copy right violation right here and now. Here's Nicole like that. Welcome to a Friday. Hi I'm so proud of us because we have made it to the end of another week. Most of US anyway and we are you know and this week was very similar to the week before which was very similar to the week before. Except when we see the numbers going up and we see the mad man at his you know to our commandeered infomercials. I don't know trying to rush things along while the the scientists are saying. Hold up buddy you know. Hold your horses as my mom used to say? We don't want to rush into anything because you open things up and we get a second wave. It's going to worse than the first so who knows what's going on. I think right now. What we need to do is take hold of. What's in our minds in our hearts and our souls and make sure where taken care of One of the casualties in this quarantine I really believe is not going to be evident for quite some time. And the casualty I'm talking about is our peace of mind We all to varying degrees struggle with some kind of mental health issues with me. It's depression has been for years with some people at the end. Zaidi some people you know. Everybody's got got our own ships and when we're stuck in a high stress situation the way we all. Are we all deal with it differently? One of the problems among many in our healthcare system is the lack of availability for good psychological help now thankfully the affordable care act made it so that mental health care was included in every insurance policy but since trump opened the door to these junk policies again you could be paying for insurance without those protections and not have no coverage or he could be like my kid. Who's you know? She turns twenty one in three weeks. Oh my God and this year bought her policy on the exchange which is way too expensive for what she gets high high deductible and copay and then premium cheap either and this is a kid a twenty year old with no medical problems but she wants to go see a therapist her copay per visit sixty five dollars. That's not affordable and that's just one of the major issues that we are going to need to deal with if and when we come out of this on the other side all right. I'm going to do things a little different today because we are so jam packed that I don't have time for a funny. I mean I guess I could but it means we'd be hitting Kelly Carlin a little later. Here's what we'll do perhaps at the end of this show We'll we'll we'll do an overtime progressive voices. Listeners won't get it but the podcast people will and people listening live. Well so we'll save the funny and the What's news for the end of the show? Today mobile fit it all in. We'll just run a little bit of over time If you listen to progress voices at five you'll get you'll get the meat of the program and the meat As I've been promoting for the week Kelly Carlin is GonNa join us at the tail end to do sort of a guided meditation. This is what she does. I mean she's got a issue was raised by her dad. George Carlin so she got the the comedy the sense of humor the irreverence. The you know the stuff that makes her like one of us and But she also studied for years and got her masters in Youngin psychology and takes very seriously and she does coaching sessions and she does seminars via zoom. We'll talk about all that but she's going to give her special assignment for today because we're all in this together so she's GonNa lead us on a guided meditation that hopefully you can use again and again. It's not just one time deal. Thankfully my show is not behind a paywall so you can share it. You can get it on Youtube. You can get it on the podcast however whatever works for you. Whatever floats your boat. Go for it but we're GONNA start with an interview that actually recorded a couple hours ago and we were recorded it mostly for logistic sake because alley they'll she and others at MSNBC and other news organizations are working pretty screwy Hours these days so he never knows when he's going to be on call there you know. Everything's all messed up so we figured we had a good chunk of time today at around noon so he hopped on skype from his home and I hopped on it from my home studio and we recorded this interview and the way it came about was just a little bit. I'm such a bitch sometimes on social media and I called out Allie for something and have long been a fan of his. I really do appreciate his work. And I think he's one of a very small handful of people at Msnbc who I truly truly respect and enjoy watching and listening to so. I felt badly when I sort of had a little tussle with him on twitter but He handled a beautifully and we became buds and we exchanged emails and I invited him on the show and well. Here's how it went joining me on the line. Now is Allie vel. She he somebody that well. We welcome into our homes all the time. I've become a big fan of Allie Bell. She's in fact. I started really following you. Allie when you joined Al Jazeera America because I was excited that for the first time in in in this era we had news channel. That was about news. It wasn't about one ideology over another the goal. There was to present news in an objective. Manner wasn't it. Yeah it was two goals. One is news in the absence of You know what we used to think of as news Being as objective as possible and we can discuss. What objectivity is because? I think we've learned over time that maybe it's not exactly what we think it is but that was one of the goals and the other goal that I thought was really important. I've been a journalist. Probably Twenty some odd years before I joined. Al Jazeera and we were really concentrated on telling stories from the perspective of the voiceless being voice for the voiceless and it occurred to me out while I had always thought about those things and I thought I was reporting about those things my life as journalist in New York City working for mainstream media. Don't expose mito whole lot of voiceless people as we go out of our way to find them. Even our most junior employees at a media organization are powerful right because they can call up anybody and tell them they're from the media So so I really. It caused me to get outside of a zone in which I had been operating. It wasn't a shift in ideology for me or the way I think about things but it really caused me to say. How do you tell stories from the perspective of the very people who don't have the voice whom you talk about whom analyze whom you characterize all the time and I have to say to call? That was a bigger challenge than I. A guy like me thought it was going to be I. I thought this was obvious right. I know who these voiceless people are. I know what their challenges are. What their lives are why didn't and and and it changed my perspective. It was. It was a remarkable experience for me for that reason and then has fortunately unfortunately. Is these things happen? Aljazeera didn't catch on here. I think it was more of a because I enjoyed watching them. I like the objectivity. I'm always looking for it because it helps me. Organize my thoughts so I can be more objective about what I cover and I'm deb. My show is not objective. News coverage it's opinion and commentary but always based in fact. That's gotta be the underlying basis otherwise it's worthless so I was. I was bummed when it went away and I wonder how much of that was Xenophobia was the fact that Al Jazeera was in Arabic network that was based in Qatar. Or an was that a big part of it. You know the other day somebody Tweeted me something that was meant to be criticism and said you know how that Aljazeera thing working for you and I I said Oh like did you watch it. They said no I never did. It was biased. So you've never watched anything on Al Jazeera America and he said no and I said would you mind looking for me and let me know what you thought was biased about that and that was the problem those people who watched even if they had political bias we had people watching us who were conservative or liberal but they felt that they could get the news And and those people who never did never didn't think so and part of that was that logo which was remarkable Arabic calligraphy. It was it was a competition. Somebody won many years ago to design the eldest logo which to the untrained eye including mine. Looks a whole lot lake Isis Lung? We don't we are not familiar with Arabic. Were certainly not familiar with Arabic calligraphy. And we're not familiar with Arabic anything right. In North American society there is car there is no chewing gum. There is no Soft drink Arabic to Americans for the last twenty. Five years has generally speaking associated with bad things. Terrorism al-Qaeda stuff like that and that was very difficult to overcome So I think that was a lot of. It's I don't think that people watched it an object to do it. I think the people who watch it actually came around to the idea. That was pretty good. We there are some people who would just never watch azan barriers would never carry. Yeah it's it's the it's the inbred bigotry. It's that institutional racism now you Allie vel. She have made no secret of your background. Your kenyan-born Muslim who grew up in Canada is now living and working here in the states and I'm guessing that you've gotten both you know. Kudos for that and some criticism because people are like that comes up every Every few weeks somebody will tweeted A as if it's criticism and like it's at my twitter bio I was actually just annoyed because for a long time. I was the most famous kenyan-born Muslim I knew until op showed up on the scene. I say tongue in cheek. I'm actually that guy. And he was never at any of the meetings so so yeah to me. I did grow up in a world. In which varied experience and diversity is of value and that can be from anywhere that could be economic where you are where you're from what you speak color. You are what gender you are what you identify with? So I've never ever ever thought of that as a negative right to me the list of stuff you are and let people make with it. A make what they will of it today The concept of being foreign immigrant Muslim Global Global in perspective Canada's some people associated with socialist. It's it's fascinating the People will quickly put you into I. I'm not actually that complex of being sorted out there to say. Hey this is this is if you wonder where my thinking comes from..

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"allie bell" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"allie bell" Discussed on AM Joy

"Donald Trump said this autograph chart of stock market gains to his most loyal supporters. Joining me now Allie Bell. She host of Bellshill right here on. Msnbc and former Maryland congresswoman. Donna Edwards. Thank you both for being here. I'm GONNA come to you first alley. Donald Trump this weird presentation that he did weirdly like an hour before markets closed. It felt like the purpose of it was to try to fix. The stock market is crashing White House speech by boosting the markets by saying things that sounded rash and it was great. It was well. The stagecraft was great right. Having CEOS of the healthcare corporations the pharmacies that at least made some sense that oh I'm consulting with these people who know what they're doing who can distribute testing. Who can do that but yeah it was orchestrated that because Donald trump lives and dies by the stock market. I mean signing a stock market sheet about the biggest increase the day before we had the biggest decrease of ten percent of the biggest point decrease in history. We had a month in which you've lost twenty percent in the market in the last year you'd have lost ten percent so this is a tragic way to be going about this but it did seem to be the stock market loss and the danger of both Stock losses and a potential recession spurred donald trump to take the public health part of things. Yes somewhat seriously even his delivery at the Rose Gardens still seemed a little bit like he didn't really believe it wasn't into it. Yeah I mean I watch I watch my Belsey show this morning until you might want to check out from time to time and I got the sense from the conversations that you're having this already intercession. Ken Rogoff WHO's an expert on recessions has said so Alan blinder former fed chair former. Fed Governor has said we were in Muhammed L. Area. And one of the smartest economists in the world feels that we're already in a recession recessions. Come in different flavors. Yeah but Ken Rogoff. This morning said this one could actually be deeper than the last one. Yeah and I was pretty bad. Luck and Donna and for for most people a recession doesn't mean the value of their 401k's goes down because not even everybody has a 401k. Some people are lucky to some people. Work hourly waitress there You know my son is an usher. He doesn't have a 401k of being an usher job right. He's working on right. And so you have people who are working hourly and people who don't have me parent they can move in with that. Are going to not be able to pay their rent. That is a recession to most people. People who don't have a backup it don't have you know a thousand or two thousand dollars in the bank. What is that GonNa look like on the ground and is anything being done t from your point of view as former congresswoman to do anything about it? Well I know what you point out is in fact. Most people don't even have four hundred dollars in the bank to meet the an emergency need and so One of the things that this corona virus pandemic has helped a C. is actually peeled back. The onion of the low wage economy. A service sector economy. That's really dependent on those ushers and maintenance workers in daycare workers and and the wait staff at restaurants who depend on the number of hours in order to get their Their paycheck and so while the president was doing whatever it is that he was doing yesterday. In the Rose Garden Nancy Pelosi in house. Democrats were working with Steve Mnuchin to come up with a package. That really puts those families. Those low wage workers. I in this downturn with the cove in nineteen But it's not gonNA be enough to get through a recession and I think one of the things that you see and I was grateful to see this in the house. Passed legislation is that it seem seemed to have learned from the financial crisis of two thousand and eight two thousand nine that you can't just focus on the financial set sector and the upper part of the Income you have to focus on low wage workers on workers who Who Work for hourly wages? Who depend on customers coming in and buying products in order for them to have a job and so that's what this legislation does very unlike the tarp the troubled assets relief program that was done Ten years ago and so that was helpful But I think that we're going to need a lot more to get through. Whatever this next phase is look. We've been through a decade now of a strong and growing market inevitable that we were going to have this this cycle. We didn't quite imagine that it would happen like this however yeah let me play. The bill sounds like it is a solid bill but let me just. I play for you. Mitch McConnell's reaction to it at least on Tuesday. Because he's out of town now so we don't know how he feels about it today. Here is Mitch McConnell on Tuesday unfortunately it appears at this hour that the speaker in House Democrats instead chose to produce an ideological wishlist that was not tailored closely to the circumstances instead of focusing on immediate relief to affected individuals families and businesses to house. Democrats shows wander into various areas of policy that are barely related. If at all to the issue before US I I I. What's in that? Bill that he thought was just unrelated to the various issues before is free testing cove in nineteen increased paid emergency leave strengthening unemployment insurance boosting food security initiatives increasing federal Medicaid Funds. I guess that wasn't enough for the Shale oil industry the banks his donors because he didn't seem to like it do expect. Mitch McConnell to nonetheless pass it or put it on the floor at least so that other people who maybe think more of the American people can pass it well. I think what you saw in yesterday's vote. It was a strong bipartisan. Vote coming out of the house. It was built. It was negotiated with the White House. That's been signed onto by the president of the United States at at long last and I think that there's not going to be any choice but to pass it in the Senate to get relief directly to the American people and think about paid leave. Most people don't actually get paid Lee right and so they. They really need that. In order to get through this this downturn that we're focusing on yeah so this is not a wishlist. I mean it's a necessity for American workers. Absolutely alliott Eighty one point. Nine million people are paid hourly country age over sixteen people. Don't have the luxury of staying home right and money. The national minimum wage is still seven dollars and twenty five cents a lot of states and cities. Don't have that the push by most people is for fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage which free marketers are completely against. They said let the market set the wage to fifteen dollars an hour. Gets YOU THIRTY? One thousand dollars a year pre-tax. We're not robbing the rich blind to pay somebody thirty. I invite a lot of people. Try and live on thirty one thousand dollars a year. That's what the issue is. So the this weird ideological policy stuff that that Mitch. Mcconnell is talking about what working American's need it's what people across the free world the democratic world. Get by the way. We're one of the few countries that does not give people sufficient paid leave or maternal. Leave right we don't do that. So that's not weird but it is emergency stuff for the moment and it should be done because those people if they get sick and can't go to work. The guy that Jake Ward was talking to. They're gonNA make other people sick then they're gonNA give us corona virus and then we're going to give it to our elderly parents and people will die so this isn't just about whether you think the poor are being greedy at the moment. That's a discussion for another time. Yeah it's they will also get you sick and this will be a pandemic. So let's do the right things to stem this. I think it'd be very hard for Mitch. Mcconnell to not get behind. Yeah he's up for reelection and I think the voters of Kentucky should watch closely what this man does because he hasn't exactly expressed a lot of concern for the ordinary men and women in this country. There's a lot of concern for shale oil rich people making sure the affluent get tested. You know there are a lot more people in this country than the affluent. The rich need to get on board with the rest of jeep. Our country going as we'll learn in the next couple. Good luck to get people. Good luck working without ordinary people Alabel She Donna Edwards. Thank you very much. I worked up this anything Nick South America. Thank you always alley. Thank you America.

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"allie bell" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"allie bell" Discussed on AM Joy

"Bombs falling in Baghdad. The White House is scrambling to ease economic anxiety. As Corona virus fears continue to send the markets plummeting just this week multiple music festivals and public events drawing large crowds have been cancelled including the South by southwest conference in Austin Texas. Which last year get this brought in more than three hundred fifty million dollars in economic activity to the state of Texas Airlines like United Delta and American are canceling several domestic flights and waving flight change fees and global. Air travel is expected to decline for the first time since two thousand nine there also many many unanswered questions about what happens to theme parks and sporting events and states that depend on tourism in short. Are we prepared for the economic toll of Corona virus? I cannot think of anyone that I would want to talk about this more than my friend. Allie bell she hosted right here on. Msnbc my partner in crime. I'm Elliott this is a crisis so we were GONNA go to south by South Yeltsin. We're going to show. It was going to be there. Yeah three events planned so you're gonNA stay in hotels. You eat food. That's right we're GONNA use UBER's small businesses. We're going to get your money. The waiter who served you was working extra hours because it was going to be where they were gonNA make their big money who've gone gone and you pull that money out of Texas talk during the rate. That doesn't come back nope back. You don't make up for the south by South West trip. South by southwest will come back next year. But it's not gonNA come back year. So that's that three hundred fifty five million dollars gone and remember the three hundred and fifty. Five million dollars has a multiplier effect right the winner who earn more money because they served. You then does something that money somewhere. Somebody else's job so when when Kudlow said every notwithstanding virus. Everything's fine in April and May of two thousand eight Ben Bernanke key and George Bush would come out every day and the Treasury sector in say the fundamentals of the economy are fine even though we were in a recession and we're going into one of the market's GonNa Tumble that's true. The fundamentals of economy are fine. This is not existential. It will not kill all of us off but something is going to affect the people the people who spend money and that will cost you your savings or what you do. That's the difference. I think the point is to. They are very focused on the stock market. The point and the jobs number. They're very focused on those jobs. Numbers up because they think that data point gets reelected but you. I learned this from you from watching you. That jobs number includes the person that's got their first job. There lift job in their Auburn is correct if the second two jobs get undercut by this if they're not driving corral there right that all of a sudden how many drivers you know for whom. It's an extra job because of the flexibility right. So that's everybody's got extra jobs so by the way that's backward-looking so we'll see what happens in March. Yeah but look at the number of people for whom the choices not available. If you and I start coughing feeling sick. We'll call in one of us. We'll do the other one show. Yeah we can figure that out and we're employed and we're insured and we can go to a doctor how many Americans don't have that option. They want to go to the doctor because they can't pay for the medication they can't afford it and there's no one to call to tell them that they can't be sick. They don't have paid leave. So these are two basic things that the rest of the world has a universal healthcare. The rest of the developed world has universal healthcare and paid sick leave. We don't have that result that people can't make economic traditionally people having to pay for the tests until they they went backwards trying to get rid of the affordable care act but they said Oh. Okay under expanded Medicaid. You can get paid for you. Had people having to pay for test. We don't have enough test correct right and so we've got a situation where as you said. They're also trying to delete healthcare from thirty million people at the same time that they're trying to find a virus. They can't even tell us how many people have so every public health official. You Talk to will say the best thing you can do is monitor. Tests have people all their doctors to the doctors. Use telehealth disrupt their doctors if you're not covered. You're not going to do that. We don't make viruses for poor people. We don't do testing for poor people. We don't screen for poor people that's where diseases spread right. People don't have that information. We can cancel our trip to by South West or to Singapore. Whatever we're doing. Yeah most Americans have to live. They leave their house and they get on public transit they work with other people and they hope to God that that sniffle or that cough or that fever isn't grown of ours and they may not want to know if it is the carry on for a few more days hoping it will go away now. They've infected two or three other people. It is a public health crisis for everybody when some people can't get covered for this or when some people won't because the we talked about this in the earlier blogs there are some people. We played a piece of video. That was not the only clip of trump's supporters who god love them they believe anything that Donald Trump said so you may have people who are willfully refusing to check that sniffle because they think it's not true it's a myth that's meant to cut. Donald Trump and they go to school with your kids so I would love for that connection to be broken between the stock market or the idea that the public health crisis might be designed to undercut Donald Trump. Because it didn't wasn't designed that way in China it's not that way in Italy. It's not designed that way in Iran. Nobody actually wishes a public health crisis on anyone but we do need to walk a fine line which we do on the show. Live somewhere between panic and complacency. You can't ignore it and you don't want to incite panic but you have to have information and when you don't have leadership that takes us seriously what you end up with is vacuum so in the same way that some people make a decision not to go to a mall not to not to take a trip. People take a decision to take their money out of the stock market. Because we're going whether you've got a firm hand on the Tiller here so I'm gonNA handle my own life and one thing that Donald Trump can't control is what business leaders zoo. He may want them to go along with the ruse. And pretend nothing's happening. They aren't going to do that. Their outlook is not about Donald Trump. Getting reelected it's about the long-term economic and their workers their consumers people not getting sick and dying job people not coming into work so that everybody else gets sick. Ceos companies have a very different set of priorities. They can handle a loss of sales for a few quarters. They they can figure that out. They don't need to defend somebody else's rules here. It is not going to be good for any company if you get on airlines and you get sick. We'll give writers industry look at Amtrak is also shutting down the service between Washington and New York the Amtrak Acela service is probably their most lucrative single lump. Everything else Amtrak. We're in trouble here but I think it's important that will not all of it some. They're setting some good reducing their reducing the capacity. Not Great News. But you know what scaring is carrying during his car and saying thank you very much appreciate and still to come corona virus and the Republicans current and the Republicans. The party that bowed down to trump on foreign interference survive his incompetent handling of domestic crisis. Yes one that coming up. Hey Guys Willie geist here. This week on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast. I get together with country superstar Luke combs to talk about his latest album and his meteoric rise to the top of the charts. Get it now for free. Wherever you download your podcasts while the country grapples with a massive public health crisis first lady. Melania trump has been very busy over at the White House on Thursday. As more and more states confirmed cases of Corona virus testing kits were airlifted to cruise ship off the coast of California and people everywhere tried hard. Not to panic. Lonnie tweeted the cheese excited to.

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"allie bell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"allie bell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And the people that one the Senate without me on the ticket the twenty eighteen you know they never say that we won the Senate that's why we'll have appointed within two months one hundred and seventy nine federal judges and two Supreme Court judges they go back we got a new judge right away on the eleventh circuit yesterday another vacancy is opened up another retirement as occurred president Obama your pointed fifty eight circuit judges in eight years we could get to fifty eight in four years under president about trump give the senior status eligible judges do the right thing and take senior status but you know for every good rally that he has in the three state election I personally would be up in Pennsylvania Wisconsin Mr Michigan pretty much every week he's got a touch base in Ohio and West Virginia and Florida you've got to make sure to go to Missouri and I always got to do all that but I mean I would I would be in Pennsylvania Wisconsin and Michigan every single week one of the three and do a route because all calm people love it because the rich she's a fun guy to listen to meanwhile may zero now is the senator from why who can always be counted on to say the least eliminating thing in in a Senate debate and display perhaps the least grasp of every issue that comes before us yesterday she went on morning Joe to talk about again I told you the Democrats have moved from trump in Russia the trump and racism here's the proof may zero now with morning Joe yesterday talking about the immigration policies that have the vast support of America's people which is to allow immigration based on merit in in the turn taking turns in the order that you've been waiting in line cut number one another assault on immigration and immigrants and the with the with these new rules it's going to be harder for people to stay in our country is going to be hard for people to come into our country and all this talk about we're not taking anything off the section of the liberty please please yes so be assets not much of what you can say meanwhile she categorizes Donald Trump as an existential threat not no no extreme rhetoric here senator around now cut number two there are so many things that are the problem but I think of that to the extent that were so much talking about what do we really stand for as a country what where are our values we have a president who lives every single day we have a president who is attacking immigrants not just immigrants but anybody who doesn't agree with him every single day so you can talk about their their racist components of course to this huge anti immigrant so initiatives on the part of this administration and the the lives every single day and I feel like it is an assault on our democracy and our democratic institutions okay there you go he's assault on democracy in our democratic into that doesn't mean anything that's crazy he won with the electoral college is going to win again with the electoral college what she is attempting to do is drive the Democrats over the left edge and nominate Bernie Sanders or a little bit more and I'm not sure which one of our colleagues in the Senate she likes best maybe she's a comma but she wants one of the left wingers make your own add one more thing to say which is just plain crazy cut number three I completely agree and it's very clear that who the president doesn't want in our country and basically you know it's all the countries that he's he's call SO countries is from people as black people who are already here yellow people from Asia I mean to some of the longest lines for legal visas are people waiting in line in the Philippines and Asian countries so it is all about keeping a whole bunch of people out of our country even as we need these workers by the way hello look at the the raid that went in on in Mississippi who are all these people working in the stricken plants are these these meat packing plants that to the other US citizens don't want to work and so now of course everyone wasn't arrested in the chicken plant which means there are a lot of American citizens who want to work here and they are not even able to compete for that job and the point is there are a lot of green card applicants in line who would love to work there there are a lot of people didn't jump to the line did not come across the border illegal who would love to work there and she just dampen up I go back to Tim Scott yesterday senator Tim Scott I play this clip yesterday I want you to hear it again it's the complete answer to the trump is a racist white supremacist argument that that Democrats are embracing following the collapse of the Mahler argument we can replace senator Scott now I guess it's our it's from yesterday and he went out the answer's got is the African American from South Carolina and he laughed at this allegation he absolutely laughed at this allegation because he does not believe and I I want to put on my board I want to keep it here as one of the all purpose quotes because he is the guy to go to as the the authority on trumpet racism he deals with the president all the time is the only black Republican in the United States Senate have we found it yet jealous you know okay here it is centers got stand by stand by stand by he tells me it takes a while to Rev up the machine get the hamster going did you have to wake up the Hampshire like Jeffrey up things guards they said the hamster is supposed to be awakened at six AM and going and so evidently were not brain senator Tim Scott but what he said was it's absurd what he said was it doesn't make a lick of sense for anyone to say that the president is racist when he says what he does what he says what he said that he does what he does which is the focus on under served communities that's why these he said he would do any promised he would do it and he is doing it every single day and unemployment among Latinos unemployment among blacks plummeting he makes out reaches I everyday to the African Latino community almost every day and we got it I guess we don't let me go back then to Rick Perry talking about the twenty twenty Democrats also going over the left edge on climate change cut number four I think they live in a fantasy world the reality is that the United States is lowering emissions one of the only countries in the world might affect I think about the all the one hundred ninety four that Sachsen on the Paris accord the US is the one that's leading the world in reducing emissions that's what they ought to be talking about that America transitioning away from old inefficient power plants and natural gas plants are lowering emissions how about let's get that Ellen G. and to Europe where they can do the same thing are maybe they think they being the Democrats are running for president that China would be a better place for all of this manufacturing took her it is fantastical when you think about the the the true misrepresentation of the truth that the Democrats are spewing out there certainly is a growing appetite to take on climate change in in your hearing that by the response that some of these are Democrats running for president getting or see it show up in the polls two as one of the biggest issues that will come up in the twenty twenty elections so what currently is the trump administration's stance when it comes to climate change what is when we play and we are addressing and I think that's one of the things that you know about the media needs to take a maybe a second look at what's going on I'm leaving here from Pittsburgh headed to the the nettle out by our national energy technology lab were were seeing that type of of technology being developed to reduce emissions to come up with the technologies in the innovation if fifteen years ago people tell us that we had found all the all the gas that there was there was no more innovation changed that weather's hydraulic fracturing directional drilling and now natural gas is being is replacing a lot of those old inefficient plants summer driving down a mish and that's a story that the Democrats don't want to talk about because it doesn't meet their narrative of going out and trying to scare the American public into potentially voting for them I don't think the American people are going to be fooled by that right now they're not enjoying Castro is one of the people trying to do that scaring he was on with Allie bells Janice in BC again I told you they moved from trump and Russia to trump and race here's the race card again Julian Castro cut number five I don't think anything is different I think you know when you look at this generation of immigrants they are every bit as entrepreneurial they're every bit as hard working they believe in the country every bit as much as anybody else and so I think the point that needs to be asked is why is Donald Trump so interested in cutting off this generation of immigrants and it goes back to what is displayed from the beginning of his political career from barbarism to the way he started his campaign to those comments about the Mexican American judge to his comments about the on Omar and her colleagues he wants a whiter wealthier nation it's not okay to you heard the much distorted escalator speech reference you heard the bell on Omar speech reference you heard the judge carry out what she was wrong but he stopped when he figured it out not rhetoric and then contrast that kind of it even the president for forty Montana got four comments here Tim Scott as I promised you well there's no doubt that president trump is not a racist and the facts are very simple that the same folks that voted for me voted for president trump because president trump made promises to the voters and he's keeping the promises so without any question if you look at his legacy it will be his accomplishments in office frankly helping in many many ways African Americans think about the fact that we've heard we've all heard about how low the African American unemployment is the lowest recorded in history the country but more importantly it race would never talk about criminal justice reform Scott and the answer is just absurd but they're gonna move and stay on trump in race because trump in Russia fell apart I'm gonna stand really factor dot com I'm still out I keep waiting for customer buys to bring back my really factor that con I'm gonna have to bring in my bag from home but I hate to bring in my back from home because the fetching Mrs here it uses that weight that guess what the open up to back at once we have one at home for the veggie Mr here right and I usually have won the studio for me can I borrow from hers on the weekend but we both take really factor dot com we both know I carrying curcumin Rivera draw and make are necessary to your well being the starter pack so you can try it yourself is nineteen dollars and ninety five cents a three week supply peaking sept tell but knew they want to try and sell 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"allie bell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"allie bell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And the people that one the Senate without me on the ticket the twenty eighteen you know they never say that we won the Senate that's why we'll have appointed within two months one hundred and seventy nine federal judges and two Supreme Court judges they go back I got a new judge right away on the eleventh circuit yesterday another vacancy is opened up another retirement as occurred president Obama your pointed fifty eight circuit judges in eight years we could get to fifty eight in four years under president about trump if the senior status eligible judges do the right thing and take senior status but you know for every good rally that he has in the three state election I personally would be up in Pennsylvania Wisconsin Mr Michigan pretty much every week he's got a touch base in Ohio and West Virginia and Florida you've got to make sure to go to Missouri and I always got to do all that but I mean I would I would be in Pennsylvania Wisconsin and Michigan every single week one of the three and do around because all calm people love it because he rips he's a fun guy to listen to meanwhile may zero now is the senator from why who can always be counted on to say the least eliminating thing in in a Senate debate and display perhaps the least grasp of every issue that comes before us yesterday she went on morning Joe to talk about again I've told you the Democrats have moved from trump in Russia the trump and racism here's the proof may zero now with morning Joe yesterday talking about the immigration policies that have the bass support of America's people which is to allow immigration based on merit and then the turn taking turns in the order that you've been waiting in line cut number one another assault on immigration and immigrants and the with the with the these new rules it's going to be harder for people to stay in our country is going to be hard for people to come into our country and all this talk about we're not taking anything off the section of the liberty please please yes the five so be assets not much of what you can say meanwhile she categorizes Donald Trump as an existential threat not no no extreme rhetoric care center around now cut number two there are so many things that are the problem but I think of that to the extent that were so much talking about what do we really stand for as a country what where are our values we have a president who lives every single day we have a president who is attacking immigrants not just immigrants but anybody who doesn't agree with him every single day so you can talk about their their racist components of course to this huge anti immigrant so initiatives on the part of this administration and the the lives every single day and I feel like it is an assault on our democracy and our democratic institutions okay there you go he's assault on democracy in our democratic into that doesn't mean anything that's crazy he won with the electoral college is going to win a game of the electoral college what she is attempting to do is drive the Democrats over the left edge and nominate Bernie Sanders or a little bit more and I'm not sure which one of our colleagues in the Senate she likes best maybe she's become aware of but she wants one of the left wingers make your own add one more thing to say which is just plain crazy cut number three completely agree and it's very clear that who the president doesn't want in our country and basically it's all the countries that he's he's call SO countries is from people as black people who are already here yellow people from Asia I mean to some of the longest lines for legal visas are people waiting in line in the Philippines and Asian countries so it is all about keeping a whole bunch of people out of our country even as we need these workers by the way hello look at the the raid that went in on in Mississippi who are all these people working in the stricken plants are these these meat packing plants that US citizens don't want to work and so now of course everyone wasn't arrested in the chicken plant which means there are a lot of American citizens who want to work here and they are not even able to compete for that job and the point is there are a lot of green card applicants in line we would love to work there there are a lot of people didn't jump to the line did not come across the border illegal who would love to work there and she just dampen up I go back to Tim Scott yesterday senator Tim Scott I play this clip yesterday I want you to hear it again it's the complete answer to the trump is a racist white supremacist argument that that Democrats are embracing following the collapse of the Mahler argument we can replace senator Scott now I guess it's our it's from yesterday and he went out the eight yes Sir Scott is the African American from South Carolina and he laughed at this allegation he absolutely laughs at this allegation because he does not believe and I I want to put on my board I want to keep it here as one of the all purpose quotes because he is the guy to go to as the the authority on trumpet racism he deals with the president all the time is the only black Republican in the United States Senate have we found it yet jealousy mo okay here it is centers got stand by stand by stand by he tells me it takes a while to Rev up the machine get the hamster going did you have to wake up the Hampshire like Jeffrey up things guards they said the hamster is supposed to be awakened at six AM and going and so evidently were not brain senator Tim Scott but what he said was it's absurd what he said was it doesn't make a lick of sense for anyone to say that the president is racist when he says what he does what he says what he said that he does what he does which is the focus on under served communities that's why these he said he would do any promised he would do any is doing it every single day and unemployment among Latinos unemployment among blacks plummeting he makes outrages all everyday to the African Latino community almost every day and we got it I guess we don't let me go back then to Rick Perry talking about the twenty twenty Democrats also going over the left edge on climate change cut number four I think they live in a fantasy world the reality is that the United States is lowering emissions one of the only countries in the world might affect I think about the all the one hundred ninety four that's not known to the Paris accord the U. S. is the one that's leading the world in reducing emissions that's what they ought to be talking about that America transitioning away from old inefficient power plants and natural gas plants are lowering emissions how about let's get that Ellen G. and to Europe where they can do the same thing are maybe they think they being the Democrats are running for president that China would be a better place for all of this manufacturing took her it is fantastical when you think about the the the true misrepresentation of the truth that the Democrats are spewing out there certainly is a growing appetite to take on climate change in in your hearing that by the response that some of these Democrats running for president getting or see it show up in the polls two as one of the biggest issues that will come up in the twenty twenty elections so what currently is the trump administration's stance when it comes to climate change what is when we play and we are addressing and I think that's one of the things that you know about the media needs to take a maybe a second look at what's going on I'm leaving here from Pittsburgh headed to the the metal out by our national energy technology lab were were seeing that type of of technology being developed to reduce emissions to come up with the technologies in the innovation it's fifteen years ago people tell us that we had found all the all the gas that there was there was no more innovation changed that whether it's hydraulic fracturing directional drilling and now natural gas is being is replacing a lot of those old inefficient plants and we're driving down a mish and that's a story that the Democrats don't want to talk about because it doesn't meet their narrative of going out and trying to scare the American public into potentially voting for them I don't think the American people are going to be fooled by that right now they're not enjoying Castro is one of the people trying to do that scaring he was on with Allie bells Janice in BC again I told you they moved from trump and Russia to trump and race here's the race card again Julian Castro cut number five I don't think anything is different I think you know when you look at this generation of immigrants they are every bit as entrepreneurial they're every bit as hard working they believe in the country every bit as much as anybody else and so I think the point that needs to be asked is why is Donald Trump so interested in cutting off this generation of immigrants and it goes back to what is displayed from the beginning of his political career from barbarism to the way he started his campaign to those comments about the Mexican American judge to his comments about the on Omar and her colleagues he wants a whiter wealthier nations right so okay so you heard the much distorted escalator speech referenced you heard the bell on Omar speech reference you heard the judge carry out what she was wrong on body stop when you figure it out not rhetoric and then contrast that kind of it he's been a president for forty Montana got four comments here Tim Scott as I promised you well there's no doubt that president trump is not a racist and the facts are very simple that the same folks that voted for me voted for president trump because president trump made promises to the voters and he's keeping the promises so without any question if you look at his legacy it will be his accomplishments in office frankly helping in many many ways African Americans think about the fact that we've heard we've all heard about how low the African American unemployment is the lowest recorded in history the country but more importantly it race would never talk about criminal justice reform Scott and the answer is just absurd but they're gonna move and stay on trump in race because trump in Russia fell apart I'm gonna Stan really factor dot com I'm still out I keep waiting for customer buys to bring back my really factor that con I'm gonna have to bring in my bag from home but I hate to bring in my back from home because the fetching Mrs here use of that weight I guess what the open up two bags at once we have one at home for the patch he misses you and and I usually have one in the studio for me can I borrow from hers on the weekend but we both take really factor dot com we both know I carrying Kerr coming Rivera draw and make are necessary to your well being the starter pack so you can try it yourself is nineteen dollars and ninety five cents a three week.

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"allie bell" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"allie bell" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"And the husband was there by the door saying have safe trip. The Uber pulled up and she went oh a corgi come on. And she got her dog the husband and stop and go the fuck you going with the doll. I'm going to Minneapolis business trip. This is a a motion. No, no, no, no. The fucking dog stays in bourbon, you go to Minneapolis and do your fucking job. Then you come back. Yeah. But I got a fake no from the guy online, and I got no, no, no, no, no, no talks shit in the airport now wearing the fucking dog outside the fucking house of Minneapolis to use the fake note. Go use it marijuana's legal. And by the way, my girlfriend's here in twenty minutes. So let's. She likes the house ten forty five. She's showing up at eleven. To watch. The dog wants to see the back of my ball. I have a service. My my scrotum calms the dog when she's the back of my shack on top of my chick. That's twenty years anyway, hit this. You're the newer model. Right point point. Is this Mark why the person sitting next to them non saying anything, and I want to start a new thing? So you go how is this spun out of control it spun out of control because the one crazy person saying the one thing and the person next to them is not going next was nodding their head. Instead of fuck you talking. It's an insane idea. Maybe it's called shit. Good song put on the radio moving on next. They should just be Elling next this allowed as they can. And when they come into their office, go find the song as problematic as part of the Romans next next get necked, oh we cured malaria yet. We haven't we get the buck to work, then this is the boy next door the but point door. It's Allie bell. She's sitting next to her name's Stephanie. I believe it's pronounced rule. And she now here's the thing. She's insufferable and she. She's gonna do her. I read Kavanagh's yearbook, and I was outrage, but why is this guy such a colossal pussai? No, he's hey, why bells you just go with the funky time who cares Iraq? That's that. It's not her job. Her job is to be hysteric. Right. His job is to stay in next go where are you going to those cavalry? Let's watch watch him. Just not a way before I saw this like come on. We'll convene this guy's yearbook like little nonsense. This is six stuff devil's triangle being your yearbook forever and ever. So you can say I mean, what is Kavanagh's family going through how humiliating he's got this out there. This one night you have time to judge. This is going to. Forever. Yeah. Yeah. Now, it's a big problem. I'm fifty one. Oh boy. Your job. Here bucks from high school. Ian, screw around high school nickname you by the way, we could feel it all in if the person next to them didn't sit there. Problematic. This is this is a big deal. I'm fifty one I'm shocked. I'm shocked by this guy's yearbook from nineteen Eighty-four this. Yeah. This is a big deal that guy it's his fault. I not her fault. It's his fault because she's should be shutting this shit down. Not being fifty one in going. Yeah. No. Yeah. That's a big his ear books. Pick deal is a big deal. The pick deal if you don't have to say now, he go stupider liar. I have a little think called stupider liar. They're stupid. He's either. It's not a big pizza cheese cut. He has game. I've watched him. He's got game. Yeah. But obviously he's bought and paid for because he certainly not offering any opposition to an insane statement at she's nuts. 'cause she's like, hey, man, the yearbook I thought. It's by Kat. It's high school yearbook. This austerity troubling. Do you know what I like for poster Tommy, John.

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"allie bell" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"allie bell" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"A kitchen that only had three bathrooms that basically helped children tender age for over three weeks run by a government contractor of 'em vm run out of a facility out of virginia and again these are the mvp is normally a defense contractor that manages facilities four folks in afghan anistan it is unbelievable and the fact that the trump administration right now is saying that they should not be responsible for this reunification it's not only on our watch but we demand we should be demanding a government oversight hearing tomorrow tray gouty elijah cummings need to bring in and basically get the record straight every single agency head right now is hang singing a different tune because they have not been asked to testify before congress we need to make sure that jeff sessions that oh are lloyd is the head of oh our sean scott lloyd is being questioned that zora is being questioned and also secretary nielsen because we need to have clear answers to make sure that we can actually unify these children there is one government contractor that has all of the information it is the nonprofit vera institute they are the government contractor that have managed every single entry of every single child that has been managed by or are they cannot release the information by the public what they need to do is in order to release the get the information to parents have to go to the institute to request this information last night in montana the president went on a tack of elizabeth warren in which he used a pejorative about calling her pocahontas he attacked her claim to be of indian heritage she responded interestingly she said hey real dumb trump while you obsess over my jeans your administration is conducting dna tests on little kids because you rip them from their mommas and you are too incompetent to reunite them in time to meet a court order maybe you should focus on fixing the live you're destroying tell me about this montana they're having to resort to dna testing so the bottom line is the allegations the reports were hearing that records have been either lost or destroyed seem to be true first of all let's even go back a little further the fact that they're requesting dna testing fingerprinting at this point in the game alley means that the intake when they originally separated the kids from the parents wasn't done properly this is this is the claim by many of the organizations that are helping families get beautify if you write down allie bell she who are your kids and you know we're one kid is and you know where the parent is you wouldn't need to do dna testing and fingerprinting which obviously is going to take weeks if not months but then in addition to that you're doing dna testing some lawyers say on little kids without the consent of their parents because their parents may have been deported we know that's the case of nineteen out of the one hundred one and in addition to that i've been speaking to maria a mother from el salvador we profile on your show she told me she got the request for dna and fingerprinting birth certificates this week she's trying to get reunified with her two year old and her seven year old so the fact that this request is coming in this late in the game also leads you to believe that it was either destroyed originally or not and get my head around whether this cruelty right competence or both but there is something that now is sinister about the fact that we are dna testing these people i get exactly right that's exactly right there are multiple civil rights organizations that are basically saying that you are violating the rights of a child because you're asking them to basically provide a consent to something to their dna and putting it into government government database where at this at this point in time frankly people are trusting the government less let's not forget their eight hundred thousand ducats daca recipients that came out of the shadows that are now may face deportation under the government that idea that now you're going to collect people's genetic genetic dna and trust this government that they're going to do right by is really a long stretch with this whole conversation it is i can't say it enough i say every day as many times as i'm on tv willion alley because it's actually illegal to me.

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