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Latest Poll Shows Herschel Walker Ahead of Raphael Warnock

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:56 sec | Last month

Latest Poll Shows Herschel Walker Ahead of Raphael Warnock

"I saw this morning this second accuser of Herschel Walker who claims that he orchestrated her abortion. Now she's, I think she's gone public. If I'm not mistaken, now she's identifying herself. So they're ramping up the claim that 30 years ago, Herschel Walker was involved in an abortion for his girlfriend. I don't know that this is working. In fact, I think it's backfiring because according to the polls, the last poll yesterday in the Atlanta journal constitution, Herschel Walker has a one point lead over Raphael Warnock. What's radical about Raphael Warnock is that he is a pastor, a pastor, one would think would represent life. A pastor would denounce late term abortion, Raphael Warnock, as we know, is pro abortion, including late term abortion, which is evil.

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Why Not Let the Truth Speak for Itself?

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:24 min | Last month

Why Not Let the Truth Speak for Itself?

"Start off though with this back to this topic of when you're telling the span or the lie and instead of just letting the true speak for itself. Now, the first one is coming today. And this one, this one got me because I shared with you last week. I think our last time in the podcast was the episode when the poll came back in Atlanta and Stacey Abrams was down ten and to Brian Kemp in the poll, the AJC commissioned the Atlanta journal constitution commissioned this poll. And then their own line banner, their editorial banner was, the good news, good news for Sasha Abrams, and a bad poll. And if you just looked at it, just taking headlines, you're just like, hey, well, there's good news for Stacey Abrams. If you're a supporter, this must be good, even a quote bad poll. You know, maybe she's a hair but not as much as your head, you know, however you want to interpret that. When the reality was, she was down ten. Okay? It's the span aspect of this. Then we get into something and I want to spend just a few minutes on this because it's back again to the media seemingly covering for Democrats. In this election cycle. And this is stuff that you normally never see. You know, you would not expect a media conglomerate such as AJC who I've known their editorial board for a long time. I've known the reporters, you know, I still talk to them. Okay, you know, just seemingly so off base with a headline.

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Atlanta rapper Young Thug faces new charges in RICO case

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Atlanta rapper Young Thug faces new charges in RICO case

"More legal troubles for a rap star already facing serious gangbanging charges there has been a new indictment filed against Young Thug and it adds another 6 new felony charges to his ledger the Atlanta journal constitution reports the additional charges include participation in criminal gang activity plus additional drug and weapons counts as part of a growing list of charges against Young Thug and four others who are linked in that case authorities say these new charges stem from what investigators found when the rapper was arrested in May at his home in the upscale Buckhead section of Atlanta an attorney for the rapper says his client is innocent and looks forward to fighting the charges in court A Moscow's Gabrielle

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And we welcome you back. It is great to have all of you with us here and look forward to talking to Terrence Moore the former longtime columnist at the Atlanta journal and of course he's now with Forbes just we have not talked to Terence and sometime and it's great to have him back on the program. Terence thanks so much and I understand I know you've been working on a book on Hank Aaron. Is it out or is it about to come out? Good afternoon. Well yeah, actually and good afternoon to you also, it is out just came off the presses on Tuesday, so to speak, the real Hank Aaron and hey, 95% of this book is stuff that you have never heard about Hank Aaron before or from heck Aaron. It's a good read. And not just because I wrote it, but let me ask you about that because you say such a such an important and influential figure and I know that maybe people in the south almost take him for granted because he's been so much a part of us for so long growing up in mobile and then everything he has done with the early 70s of the going through all of that. But how did you go about uncovering this, Terrence? Well, first of all, he thinks we've never closer to Hank than any other reporter ever. And we had a 40 year relationship and one of the things that occurred to me before his death. He agreed to do this book, was that there are so many things that people either didn't know about Hank or misunderstood in regard to Hank and one of which and I'll make this part of it brief. Everybody wants to look at it as if in that period and early 70s was the only period when he suffered from haters, the racist letters and the death threats and what have you chasing Bruce record. But the truth is, he experienced that stuff for the rest of his life and in the 45 years he spent as an executive with the Atlanta Braves, he was catching basically hell outside at inside the braves organization and I deal with an awful lot of that. That is fascinating. And I mean, having lived in the south, my entire life, I'm not shocked by encountering difficulties, maybe two charitable word, but what can you tell what was going on inside that organization? Yes. Well, there was conflicts and you have to understand that I call it the Muhammad Ali thing. And once if you're a prominent black person and outspoken black person put it in the lingo of a lot of people and during that time period that you're outspoken, people hate you and once.

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"The left is really getting desperate on 2000 mules. They started out by unleashing their fact checkers. And these are 20 and 30 somethings, and they thought, okay, yeah, we'll shut this down, you know, but of course these are people who know nothing about geo tracking. Geo tracking is not very reliable. And they don't know much about election law. And so they had these clumsy first salvos that were easily repelled. In fact, even people who had nothing to do with politics would say things like, wait a minute I lost my cell phone in some tall grass and I was able to pinpoint its exact location within inches. So this idea that you can't, all this technology doesn't work, it's like laughably absurd. And so suddenly the left realized, oh my gosh, you know, we've obviously deployed our B team and that's not gonna be enough. We need to unleash the a team. So the a team is now coming out. The a team is The New York Times, which is evidently trying to do some sort of a hip job. They haven't published it yet. Whoop Dee do. I mentioned The Washington Post, which I'll be discussing in depth tomorrow, a Philip bump in The Washington Post. There's an article in NPR, which I'll be dealing with. Tomorrow probably. But I want to talk about an article in the Atlanta journal constitution, which is focusing on Georgia. And I want to use it as a case study of just classic deception at all levels. Title of the article. Georgia investigation dispels allegations highlighted in 2000 mules. Let's just take in the title for a minute. You think you're going to get some kind of refutation of the allegation in 2000 meals that 242 mules. Have been identified through cell phone geo tracking, visiting ten or more drop boxes each and a bunch of these people are seen on video. Not all of them, but a bunch of them where the video is available. Now, the subtitle of the article ballots were legally delivered for family members. Okay? And then I started reading the article. The article it turns out is about one guy. And I'm going to read surveillance video showed a man pull up in a white SUV and insert 5 absentee ballots into a gwinnett county Dropbox. An investigation revealed he was delivering ballots for his family, which has allowed under Georgia law. First of all, I really begin thinking to myself an investigation revealed he was delivering ballots for his family. Now, how would an investigation reveal that? Remember, when an absentee ballot is put into a ballot box, it goes in with all the other ballots. And once the ballot is taken out of the envelope, the two pieces of evidence, the envelope with the signature and the name is on one side and the ballot goes in with all the other. There's no way to retreat those ballots. In fact, this has been, this was discussed in the movie, and it's a little bit of a problem for my side because I can't reverse engineer the process by finding those ballots, but neither can the other side. They can't go find the ballast either. So how do they know that this guy who's seen on video putting in ballots? One after the other was delivering ballots for family members. It turns out they don't know. The only way that they claim to know is they asked him. So he goes, yeah, I was delivering ballots for family members, and that is the basis and it turns out the sole basis for providing this so called refutation. Now, literally, literally, this article implies that this single case, the solitary case, they go so far, Georgia election investigators have debunked the movie's allegations. And I'm thinking, where? When? Where's the debunking of the allegations? I've never seen it. It doesn't exist. So essentially, the Atlanta journal constitution is going based on this one case, extrapolating to the 242 cases which have not been investigated. The Georgia election investigators have not come to any conclusion regarding that geo tracking evidence as far as I know an investigation ongoing all the highly suspicious about whether this is an investigation that's intended to go anywhere or it's an investigation essentially designed to put everything into slow motion so that nothing actually actually happens. The article goes on to say, true the vote hasn't complied with subpoenas issued because it quote wants to protect the confidentiality. Yes, this is the confidentiality of true the votes whistleblower. Now the whistleblower came forward at the beginning. This was the very initiation of the investigation. The whistleblower confirmed that he was paid $10 a ballot. And not only he was part of an operation that paid $10 valid, so by the way, in my conversation with the washboards, how do you know the mules are paid? We don't see them getting paid in the movie. Well, okay, I didn't show it in the movie because the whistleblower wants to stay anonymous as in fact sort of disappeared. But the whistleblower testified that there was this mule operation going on in Atlanta and this convinced through the vote to then buy the geo tracking data to try to confirm and corroborate through technological evidence the existence and the magnitude of this operation. So the whistleblower turned out to be right. Everything that the whistleblower said proved to be true, but apparently the Georgia investigators instead of going after the mules are trying to protect the mules or at least in trying in this one case. Oh, whose vote were they? Oh, they're the votes of my family members. Oh, wonderful. Investigation concluded. So instead of really investigating the mules, they're trying to find the whistleblower and in some ways I think this is an obvious case of it seems trying to have an investigation that consciously or deliberately goes nowhere..

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The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:16 min | 7 months ago

The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

"Left is really getting desperate on 2000 mules. They started out by unleashing their fact checkers. And these are 20 and 30 somethings, and they thought, okay, yeah, we'll shut this down, you know, but of course these are people who know nothing about geo tracking. Geo tracking is not very reliable. And they don't know much about election law. And so they had these clumsy first salvos that were easily repelled. In fact, even people who had nothing to do with politics would say things like, wait a minute I lost my cell phone in some tall grass and I was able to pinpoint its exact location within inches. So this idea that you can't, all this technology doesn't work, it's like laughably absurd. And so suddenly the left realized, oh my gosh, you know, we've obviously deployed our B team and that's not gonna be enough. We need to unleash the a team. So the a team is now coming out. The a team is The New York Times, which is evidently trying to do some sort of a hip job. They haven't published it yet. Whoop Dee do. I mentioned The Washington Post, which I'll be discussing in depth tomorrow, a Philip bump in The Washington Post. There's an article in NPR, which I'll be dealing with. Tomorrow probably. But I want to talk about an article in the Atlanta journal constitution, which is focusing on Georgia. And I want to use it as a case study of just classic deception at all levels. Title of the article. Georgia investigation dispels allegations highlighted in 2000 mules. Let's just take in the title for a minute. You think you're going to get some kind of refutation of the allegation in 2000 meals that 242 mules. Have been identified through cell phone geo tracking, visiting ten or more drop boxes each and a bunch of these people are seen on video. Not all of them, but a bunch of them where the video is available. Now, the subtitle of the article ballots were legally delivered for family members. Okay? And then I started reading the article. The article it turns out is about one guy. And I'm going to read surveillance video showed a man pull up in a white SUV and insert 5 absentee ballots into a gwinnett county Dropbox. An investigation revealed he was delivering ballots for his family, which has allowed under Georgia

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Question we've had so far this year She's a judge She's giving medical opinions to people She barely even mentioned the constitution Dan Hansen middays from 11 till two on a big 89 Don't you LS More Chicago's conversations That start people talking Chris plant It's absolutely maddening I've had to turn the radio off because it's driven me crazy That's going too far Turn CNN off turn MSNBC off by all means But you know hang out and make fun of them in the meantime CNN saw Chris Platt Weekday mornings starting at 9 On 8 90 WLS D.C. calls on Biden's Department of Justice to halt the Durham investigation into crooked Hillary Odd journalism Tomorrow on the Chris plant show I am on WLS a.m. 8 90 Folks you have the power You have the power you have the power here and to our Canadian Friends listed on the many stations we have up north You have the power too Governments were designed to operate with the consent of the governed Yes specifically here That's laid out in our foundational documents In Canada you do have some form of a representative democracy You do not have a dictatorship You have the obligation to defend it Resist where you can You know when the left said resist the left didn't really mean resist the leftist meant you know engage the media to attack Donald Trump won They really didn't have the whole resistance thing to them It was a bizarre fact checking kind of money operation Weaponized the government this wasn't any resistance to any tyranny I mean it's odd that everything they told us the point I'm poorly making here is everything they warned us was going to happen under Donald Trump The tyranny and the totalitarianism is happening now when they're Biden and Trudeau none of it Their resistance was to what Tax cuts giving you back more of your money school choice then you pick where your kids go to school and resist that We're resisting actual tyranny now You're on the right side of history I'm sure of it All right let me get to this more on this topic when I get back here From the moment I sat down on my ex chair my body said so this is what a real office chair is supposed to feel like I never actually look forward to sitting in my office here until I got my extra Can your current office share give you a massage while you're working the X chair can Can you occur an office chair heats you up or cool you down Well my.

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Southeast Connecticut 40 says eastern Long Island could see blizzard conditions with more than a foot of snowfall The funeral for an NYPD officer killed in a shooting will be held this morning at Saint Patrick's cathedral 22 year old rookie Jason Rivera was shot last Friday while responding to a call at an apartment about an argument between a woman and her adult son His partner wilbert morrow was also shot and died of his injuries on Tuesday services will be held for Maura at Saint Patrick's next week The NYPD says 47 year old Lesean McNeil opened fire at the officers He also died at the hospital this week after he was shot by police Airports across the New York City region are seeing hundreds of flights canceled or delayed ahead of this winter storm flight aware reports Laguardia airport has the most with 148 cancellations while JFK has seen 68 so far Newark is reporting 75 canceled flights The northeaster as you've been hearing this morning is expected to blow through the region tonight And New York is seeking $1.6 billion in federal funding to help cover rent payments for landlords who applied for pandemic relief but have not yet gotten help Governor Kathy hochul said the money would cover about a 174,000 applications by landlord seeking assistance to settle unpaid rent owed by tenants So far New York has spent $1.3 billion of the 2.4 billion received from the federal government for rent relief And as far as your weather picture today goes we have intermittent flurries happening all day long The storm gets underway 10 o'clock to midnight with gusts of up to 45 miles an hour Again we could see up to a foot in and around the city a little more to the east a little less to the west Today's highs will be in the mid 30s with overnight lows in the lower 20s Support for NPR comes from WNYC members And from the university of Redlands school.

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For Colorado's wildfires Brad Siegel has more President Biden approved a disaster declaration early Saturday for those impacted by wildfires that have destroyed hundreds of homes in the Denver suburbs Boulder county sheriff Joe Pelé says at least 500 homes have gone up in flames and more than 30,000 people have been evacuated At this point no deaths have been reported The White House says the aid includes funding for temporary housing and emergency loans I'm Brad Siegel Police are searching for a suspect after two men were shot at the mall of America on New Year's Eve police say the first victim was in an argument with the shooter and they do not believe the incident was random There's a new girl scout cookie in 2022 Adventure falls are a brownie inspired cookie with caramel cream in the center with a hint of sea salt Girl scout officials say the new edition will have a taste of adventure in every bite Girl scouts will be selling the new cookie along with the classic favorites starting this month I'm Julie Ryan Former president Donald Trump is condemning President Biden's response to COVID in a new statement Jim Forbes has the latest In the statement Trump notes that the U.S. just set a record for COVID infections asking if people remember when Biden said he would quickly and easily solve the problem Trump also says that Biden is saying exactly the opposite of what he said during the campaign by leaving COVID response up to the states and not the federal government I'm Jim Forbes Former NFL coach Dan Reeves is dead at age 77 The Atlanta journal constitution cites the Reeves family is saying the legendary NFL player and coach passed away peacefully early this morning at his home in Georgia Reeves coached the falcons from 1997 to 2003 and led the team to its first Super Bowl appearance during his long career Reeves also coached the Denver Broncos New York Giants and was an assistant coach with the Dallas Cowboys United Airlines is set to temporarily pay its pilots more In a staff note obtained by NBC News executive Brian quigley said pilots will get three and a half times their pay for flights they pick up until January 3rd The incentive will drop down to three times pay for additional flights between January 4th and 29th This comes as the omicron variant bad weather and staff shortages hit the airline industry Flight attendants at spirit airlines can look forward to a bump in their pay into the new year Reuters reports spirit will be doubling their flight attendant pay through January 4th according to flight aware dot com in the past 8 days more than 8000 flights have been canceled A shooting outside a grocery store in south Los Angeles left 6 people injured LAPD investigators say someone fired shots outside superior grocers on south Avalon boulevard yesterday afternoon Two victims are in critical condition two others are in serious condition and two people suffered minor injuries Police are looking for a pair of suspects who fled the scene in a Nissan I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer and the Bloomberg newsroom Newly sworn in mayor Eric Adams addressed the people of New York City for the first time He took the oath of office in Times Square just after midnight and arrived at city hall by 8 30 this morning ready to take on the challenges the 5 boroughs face with increased crime A surge of COVID cases and preventing another lockdown Adams made it clear he has no plans to issue a lockdown This would be our new year's resolution We were not the control by crisis Adams said with the advancement of treatments testing and vaccinations he saw no reason why New York City should close On the 2400 flights into and out of the U.S. were canceled today and more.

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"For W ABE comes from the Atlanta journal constitution They press on for you because it's their mission dedicated to investigation because the facts matter it's worth knowing what's really going on your support matters HAC dot com slash press on When you donate your old car or boat to W ABE we'll take care of everything from picking it up to providing you with the paperwork for your taxes Learn more at W ABE dot org slash cars or with a call to one 8 6 6 9 zero one and thanks As art collectors from around the globe descend on Miami for art Basel this weekend a new hot commodity is in the spotlight NFTs It's the first time that a lot of these institutions are taking tech based artwork really seriously and that's exciting to a lot of artists who've been working in the digital sphere for a long time I'm David vulkan flick We'll take a look at what NFTs could mean for the art world on the next all things considered from NPR news This afternoon at 5 a 90.1 ABE Support for NPR comes from Nvidia's stations and autism speaks Autism speaks is working to create a world where all people with autism can reach their full potential Learn more at autism speaks dot org Cyber reason a cybersecurity company dedicated to ending the fear of ransomware while attackers hold businesses to ransom cyber reason works to protect them Born at cyber reason dot com slash ransom And to the wine and more whose top 21s of the year list can help find a gift or a holiday menu item Total wine and more in store online or on the app Spirits not available in Virginia or North Carolina From NPR and WBE Chicago This is wait wait don't.

"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"You. I can't play you this audio. It is not able to be played. Mar release davidson is loss. Alimentos loss alla alla meadows california school board president a parent came to the school board and was upset about the mask mandates for children and the scoreboard president. F you to her to the parrot f you thought. The microphone was turned off so the parrot went here instead. F an immigrant mother with broken english from asia. Got up to talk at this school board meeting and the same school board president thinking the mic was off where everyone can hear says. Oh my god here. We go again in minnesota. A local school board said parents aren't allowed to criticize the school board. When they come talk they hate you and they're open about the they want your vote but they hate you. They want your subscriptions but they hate you. Know i i. I like the atlanta journal constitution. I i think for highly of him. I think they do good job. But it is the height of tone deafness for that newspaper to blast. Brian kim for making it political. When he's responding to the politics of stacey abrams who helped convince major league baseball to boycott atlanta before she claims she didn't and it was usa today. The same newspaper that has accomplished. You won't use the team name in atlanta who helped stacey aprons and allowed her to revise her op-ed to take out her suggestion of a boycott. So she says she never did it. This isn't a free fair press. It certainly is free to do whatever it wants to do. But it's not fair. It's picked aside in school. Boards around america have picked a side. Democratic politicians have picked aside in. It's not you in. i'm not talking now to conservatives. You think. I am. But i'm not. They don't like you individually whoever you are unless you agree with them completely.

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You noticed in prior to the show starting that this shooter the alleged shooter's now sitting on these gone out on bond walked out. Let us in jail for less than a day. He's out on seventy five thousand dollar bond. Because i think sense guy just shot. Three people was that how many. Yeah well yeah. He has aggravated assault charges against Against him three times. So that means He shot one kid. He shot a twenty five year. Old man may be a you know an assistant or a teacher or something and he grazed another girl apparently so this three counts so he didn't kill anybody can kill anybody. Nobody died square on shot at least two people and grazed a girl. Was that was an incidental. Kind of discharge missing hit. Anyway he intent to it he intended to shoot a couple of people apparently and Hit the girl as a bystander. Now i just saw a picture of the guy. He looks pretty young with he. He was a student now. he's i don't know if he's a student he's eighteen And looking for him in the they found a gun in the streets of something. Something town prairie something and So they they said. They found the gun in the streets. So that's mentored over the atf. Atf testing it for ballistics stuff. It's describing him here. Is the story from the star telegram. Which is one of the newspapers in texas. He is described as a student. One student told police that simkin shot seven to eight times and other said they heard three to six shots. The student who fought simpkins was in critical condition as of thursday. A teenage girl was grazed by a bullet but was treated and released from the hospital. Twenty five year old teacher who broke up. The fight was also shot but his in good condition and another teacher was injured but she just took a fall and do not get shun in that case though strategic vision get something later and i saw something in another story about how i guess he's been picked on the atlanta journal constitution says he eighteen year old was being bullied. And not that that justifies shooting shooting somebody over that but although to all the bullies out there stop doing that. Yeah ever know how it's gonna backfire people reopening it back backfire or front fire. So there's that story. I mean what else can you wanna say about it. Well i'm not a conspiracy theories or anything like that. Want to point out that this is awfully convenient to the new laws passed and they're allowed to have constitutional carry their and they seem to want to make everything an example. And so these i mean. I don't think i'm not to school campus though right. Constitutional carry usually doesn't apply to campuses. Maybe maybe not. I'm not really a hundred percent. Sure allow it because like we saw What's that girl's. The the blonde girl is on info war show but she she goes out all the time the one that poop dinner pants what i'm talking about. Oh yeah caitlyn band. That's not true. But i know it's not new but that's what people say. I watched a video that was posted in the f. s. p. facebook group the other day And it was of the new hampshire executive council meeting Where the activist footloose was there. And a bunch of other people who were against taking the federal twenty seven million dollars to create the vaccine registry. That's right yeah and I i was wondering if i what happened after that meeting but it seems to me that they're able to shut it down because they weren't allowing public access. The room wasn't large enough..

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"They had no money. They're up against these law firms and everything else in the arguments. Simple to cases in the supreme court wanted to take both but they couldn't get enough justices to do it. Thomas wanted to take it up a on wanted to take gorsuch. Wanted to take two of them. One was a state cannot change election laws and violation of what the state legislature has done under our federal constitution the state supreme court which has seven members elected five of them public sector. Unions thugs change the law extended. The voting allowed balance. A weren't supposed to be allowed. Took the signature requirements up. Did all those things across pennsylvania that the legislature wouldn't do in the supreme court wouldn't take it up that is outrageous. The other thing that happened is the state legislature violated the state and federal constitution pennsylvania. It's not easy to amend the constitution not california. You know every week you change the constitution around here there. It's it is a battle member. It's the second all the stay. And so there's three things you have to do to amend the constitution only one of which was done and so that was challenged in. You had a ray commowealth judge trial judge who issued an injunction to. Stop the counting. She helped file issued an injunction to stop the counting. The supreme court of pennsylvania did with the supreme court of pennsylvania's never done before they reached down the case from her voted the cases saddle over it was appealed to the us. Sorry pill it was reported to supreme court and they said we're helen. Keller so they look at it. Those are two serious serious significant cases and the system was broken. And so paul ryan. The other day said who barely speaks. He said. Get away from all this this corruption. Everything i said mr ryan come on my radio show. Let's have a discussion about pennsylvania and let's actually see what the hell you know. What the hell you don't know because here's the deal. We listen to two thousand eighteen russian conspiracy crap for three years which ally and they don't wanna talk about pennsylvania that has nothing to do with voting machines or anything else so now. The situation is this. We're not allowed to talk about road. But they can concoct it all. They want be strong. Stand up to it. They're exactly right again. I don't need to hawk my book. I really don't there's plenty of says. Look at last chapter. I got a whole bunch of things you can do again even in front of computer to help save this country the enemy. Thanks twenty four seven. They wake up how to cut to destroy this country. They go to sleep trying to figure out how to destroy this country. Only ask us for ten minutes ten minutes..

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"About adam francois watkins. He's a lawyer jeopardy winner. They left that out of the story. I recognize the name. He was jeopardy winner. he's also a lawyer in atlanta. He and his wife. Louise and their three kids are ready for the kids to get the covert vaccine there. Nine eleven and thirteen so two of them are under the age and they are ready for it. They're excited by the news. That visor biotech Pediatric vaccine appears to be safe and effective for children as young as five the us drug food and drug administration. Celeste review the data. Make a decision as to whether to authorize the vaccine but they plan to get there to younger children vaccinated as soon as possible hopefully by the next month if they do. It pediatrician dr jennifer shoe with children's medical group lantis. She's she's hopeful of the fda than they will authorize the vaccine for kids five to eleven by the next month just in time for the winter flu and respiratory virus season. Lots of parents excited by this. But i bet you're not what i expect we're gonna have happened is a massive wave of media campaigning. For you to do this for your kids. And i got up. Put this in proper context for you. I think if the fda says that the pfizer vaccine is safe for kids five to eleven and you wanna give your kids the vaccine go forward. It's your choice as a parent to vaccinate your children. If the fda says that the pfizer by take vaccine is safe for children and you choose not to get your child vaccinated. Go for it. It's your choice there your children. My suspicion is we're about to. Because i do think the fda is is on the verge of doing this. And i think we are going to be rapidly on the verge of an entire media campaign designed to shame parents for not getting their children vaccinated with the covert vaccine. We now know that covert is seasonal. There's a headline out of atlanta. The atlanta journal constitution that Covert is rapidly declining in public schools in the atlanta area. But it's not just there. Throughout the southeast united states and elsewhere in the south kovic cases are sharply declining school districts across metro atlanta are almost all reporting a sharp decline in cova nineteen cases compared to numbers reached to the third and fourth weeks of august in the latest data reports. Thirteen area school district's record at three thousand one hundred nineteen cases for the week ending tipped teeth. That's a significant drop from the nearly six thousand cases recorded the last week of august. The school district numbers mirror data from the georgia department of health reported about the stage. Younger population notably. This trend is spread across the south. Florida school districts. Texas school districts louisiana school district mississippi school district alabama. School districts are all saying the same thing again. Da covert is seasonal. It is fading in the south. As we spend more time outdoors it is increasing the north as they spend more time indoors. This was predictable based on the pattern of the in the last year that it's here now. It is seasonal. It is also now rapidly moving to be endemic now. Opin nimick is a widespread disease that hits the whole world at a time and endemic is a disease regularly fouled among particular people or in certain areas and it is rapidly becoming a endemic regular situation spread in certain regions of the country at certain times of the year and we can no longer act like. It's not we can't act like we're going to beat it. We can't act like it's good to go away and it is past time for people to stop freaking out about it and yet the left is completely constantly freaked out about it now. I mentioned that there is a new rise to spiritualism this country. Neil paganism that has creeped into this country More and more people are buying crystals more and more people are buying astrology books. More and more people are dabbling in. Witchcraft is actually documented. It's happening the trend lines are up. There's also a social anxiety in this country that is increasing in a social anxiety that is to some degree related to it happens to be with the post christian. Neil pagan subset of people on the left and the secularist who are most likely to see that and now there's data on this. Let me read you this Finding brad wilcox of the institute for family studies highlighted republicans and conservatives reported less distress democrats and liberals the most obvious explanation for this pattern is the politicisation of the pandemic and the fact that republicans and conservatives simply were not as concerned about the pandemic and less likely to think they needed to worry about social dissonant so on in fact evangelical cz are much more likely to be republicans and conservatives and politics almost completely explains why evangelicals experienced let's distress during the early stages of the pandemic before accounting for politics evangelical. Cindy go to church and have stronger. Faith church goers more than any political group churchgoers tend to have less anxiety and stress about this pandemic. Now this is not a situation and you should not interpret as a situation of people deciding that Jesus is gonna save me. So i don't have to worry about those people exist. I've encountered those people. I'm not going to get the vaccine. The viruses and gonna touch me because jesus christ as my savior. And he'll protect me. Oh just wait a minute. I go take my insulin shot. Take my heart medicine. Why are you taking insulin. Heart medicine is jesus going to save you from those things to people are stupid. They have rational thoughts in their head. Irrational conflicting thoughts but but but people who regularly go to church tin to overall have less anxiety their lives. They tend to roll with the punches better. They tend to realize we live in a fallen world. Where bad things happen. And we shouldn't be freaked out about it. We should just continue going about our business and exercising reasonable precautions as we should and could and can and will it is the progressives who are totally freaked out. This is the only world they have open the only world they have faith in and when global comes alone they freak out. There was a video. That circulated i think it was. Yesterday of a guy oldest played he had a cell phone out. There were two older people next to him. He was on a plane. Had taken his mask off on the plane to eat and the woman next to him absolutely freaked out had a total meltdown was essentially trying to crawl out of her seat into her husband's lab. They were wearing face masks and face. Shields face masks and face shields over the masks. And here's the guy sitting next to them. Who has taken off his mask to eat something on the plane. Which.

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on AJC Briefing

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02:07 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on AJC Briefing

"Is the atlanta journal constitution brought to you by state farm like a good neighbour. State farm is there. It's thursday september sixteenth. Here's today's news. Most atlantans have a favorable opinion of mayor. Kisha lance bottoms but about the same percentage of residents think the city is headed in the wrong direction. And that many of the mayor's policies have flopped. That's according to a poll commissioned by the atlanta journal constitution it found that fifty seven percent of atlanta voters either strongly or somewhat approve of the job. Bottoms has done as the city's sixtieth mayor but a clear majority also think the city is headed in the wrong direction on some of the biggest issues facing the city. The poll shows that on the topic of crime. Seventy percent of those survey think atlanta is off track as for traffic congestion percent. Think the city is off track and in the affordable housing category fifty six percent of those who took part of the poll thought. Atlanta was off track in other news. The state's healthcare system continues to operate in crisis mode as hospital intensive care unit still overflow with gravely ill patients even though in nineteen admissions have declined since hitting a pandemic peak in early september. The high demand for critical care has pushed hospitals to try to limit ambulance to their severely crowded emergency departments. The result is frequent scenes of ambulances piling up outside ers as ems workers keep caring for patients on stretchers and listening to radio. 'cause they can't quickly respond to emergency. Medical and hospital officials told the atlanta journal constitution. They worry the decline may be temporary. Cases may balloon again over the next few weeks as a result of labor day celebrations the return to in-person school and the start of college and high school football games that are attracting large crowds in business. The goldman sachs group is offering a stock swap worth two point two four billion dollars to merge atlanta-based financial technology company green sky into its digital banking.

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three if you want to get in touch with us or you could You could tweet us as well at pat unleashed on twitter the the mind boggling nature of this administration and their complete. Denial of reality continues. So you have to love that That's a lot of fun. Of course the mind boggling Ridiculousness of all people on the left is just staggering. What was the thing. I was reading about susan serandon yesterday. There all pissed off at her because she didn't wanna hold her nose and vote for hillary clinton which would have caused something else to happen in something else now they now they want to cancel susan serandon which i say good because as as insane as all of this is the only way it's going to stop is when they get a taste of their own medicine when when they start eating their own or continue. I guess eating their own. Then maybe there's a chance for everybody else because that's the only way this is This is ever going to end some on. The left lashed out at her. After the supreme court approved a pro-life law in texas that places new restrictions on abortion with everything going on in texas and soon in other states. It's a friendly reminder that susan serandon can f- all the way off lau not just partially that's according to tony poznansky and a you know tend to really pay attention to tony poznansky stuff. Tokyo's and yeah. I don't think there's anybody who doesn't guy a girl pat. Tony pose nancy. yeah. I don't think tony wants to wanna personal prevalent right. Go ahead answer that. Please do not use gender language to address every doesn't thank. You can't even spell pose. Nancy centrist democrat. Ir has been pointed at her and other far left democrats who refuse to hold their nose and vote for hillary clinton. What does that have to do with the texas abortion law. I was just googling when you said that he was talking about. I found an article from two thousand seventeen says that hillary clinton would have been a very dangerous president. That's what susan serandon said at the time. And she regret voting for jill stein. This is a two thousand seventeen article. He's just when you think. Oh my gosh. we've had that before. Wait what she didn't want to vote for hillary so she must have found a cons- more conservative. Thought about her. Nope jill stein. Oh okay the actual socialist i see. Okay geez now. Rich women like susan serandon will be just fine according to a liberal stephanie. The harsh effect harsh edicts of the american taliban do not touch her privileged life. This is becoming a thing with it. Yes yeah it is. The american taliban is anybody who doesn't wanna murder babies right or they're the texas taliban now too that's cute 'cause then you've got the alliteration. Yep yeah yeah. Yeah the tease the star. Both work can can we. Do you have the cartoon available. Rob i. I don't want to throw off here. Oh everything's cool okay so Our computer system could go broke it yet. Donate they'll say we need fault Yeah something happened mystic innate. But i gotta show you this cartoon later. That's just my numbing. I know the one what you speak. Yes it is yes. It is because killing. Babies is so important to the left man. It is like their life goal to make sure as many babies as possible are slaughtered in their lifetime. You think about that. Sixty three million and counting sixty three million since nineteen seventy-three in roe v. Wade wow it's over. A billion its way over a billion worldwide. Think about the people who could have. I don't know maybe there might have been somebody in there. Who cured cancer or found a cure for this stupid kovic situation. We'll never know and we'll never know. Here's that cartoon question. Oh there we go at the to afghani women. Full burqas now right. And they're saying pray for texas women that's funny because texas women can't slaughter babies so you gotta accept up to six weeks. They certainly can come to six weeks life in texas for women so compared to and by the way i'd like to point out that cartoonist i grew up looking at his dribble Michlovic of the atlanta journal constitution I think i think his cartoons is far left. Leaning cartoons may have had as much to do with my political leanings and development growing up in atlanta as anything. No man is sick. Anyway that's mean that's outrageous is just outrageous. They are so upset over the fact that you can't kill a baby after six weeks that they're apoplectic. Yeah well they're upset about a lot of stuff they're also upset that you can have a constitutionally guaranteed right protected in this state by carrying a gun now yeah and and yes and she's actually in the constitutes right right they're also upset about the the voting restrictions now making it. You know so that you can't steal an election in texas coming to show you the the biden now. maybe that was just. I don't know if we have video. Don't move to texas if you're if you're far because you you'll hate it here. I mean we just passed all this stuff that you just right. You're going to hate now. Mr brain dead incoherent mindless buffoon Joe biden tried to put ro v wade into the constitution or something here Biden said yesterday as he denounced the texas law. That effectively bans abortions. After six weeks he said the law. Quote blatantly violates. The constitutional rights established under roe. V wade in upheld his precedent for nearly a half century Unquote by the way. There is no roe v wade in the constitution. The rule v wade is not a constitutional law. Okay i the supreme court said it is constitutional but it's not in the constitution so it's not a constitutional right. Get out of here. You know what the constitutional right is as far as abortion is concerned. It's for the right of the the unborn. That's who's granted a right from the constitution because this is in the constitution we the people of the united states in order to form a more perfect union establish justice insure domestic tranquility provide for the common defense promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity dordain and establish this constitution for the united states of america. So we have. We have guaranteed the blessings of liberty to not just ourselves but our austerity. And who are our posterity Seems like the people being born like this would protect them and grant them the blessings of liberty so one of those Blessings is to be born but is the word freedom in the costumer solution. Yes oh is it. Yes it is okay. It's not what i heard. I go to the movies. I learned otherwise. Oh you go to the movies. Yeah oh i must be mistaken. Then did they say in a movie. Well i mean that. That's where i get my history so.

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on Le Show

"Me to fake to me to to me by the way. If you missed the introduction way back at the beginning of the program that memo about lessons learned in afghanistan was from the special inspector general for afghan reconstruction john sopko now news. The our friend the atom federal regulators. Here in this country. The united states say they're considering increasing oversight of georgia power's nuclear expansion at plant vocal long troubled and deeply delayed project according to the atlanta journal constitution. It threatens to saddle georgians with billions of dollars in cost overruns. they can afford it. They got atlanta the us nuclear regulatory commission this week released its findings from special inspection conducted earlier in the summer at the project south of augusta the not routine review the first of its kind on the project after more than a decade of construction followed up on the company's disclosure earlier this year about quality control issues among the issues electrical cables and systems apparently installed in correctly including too closely together raising the risk. That a fire could knock out redundant safety related equipment. Cables were related to reactor coolant pumps is all and equipment designed to safely shut down. The nuclear reactor workers knew about some of the issues but didn't flag them in a system designed to ensure the problems are handled correctly instead. The issues weren't solved sooner. And guess what were repeated. The darcy's reports said the apparent violations of federal requirements will lead it to increase its oversight if it decides to finalize its findings of the current level of company has ninety days to respond. Sweden has less than a week on the other hand. Decide where to store. its nuclear. waste or risk. Having the lights go out. I thought we solve the nuclear waste problem. Along the scandinavian countries running out of space to store the waste produced by six reactors which supply about a third of the nation's power without a decision going to time magazine before the end of the month. Nuclear operators say they'll have to start halting plants in three years and would trigger a national power crisis and put sweden's net zero target at risk. Sweden's case highlights according to time contentious subject for the nuclear industry with most countries yet have to find a permanent solution to store their spent fuel really. Who could have thunk it to make matters worse. Japan shocked earlier this year and announced plans. Those plans you know about to dump all that treated radioactive water into the pacific from phuc. European countries have taken different stances on nuclear power. Germany opted exit. France and the uk are relying on reactors to reach their emissions goals. Sweden counts on renewables for a large part of its power. Production will need nuclear as well as emission cuts from its heavy industry and transport to reach its net zero goal by twenty forty five standby. It's been more than a decade since the swedish nuclear fuel and waste management company. That's an ambitious name filed an application to build a repository and method that involves putting spent fuel and copper canisters and burying them. Five hundred meters under the ground in ben tonight. Clay has already been approved by the neighboring finland. Russia has opted for expensive recycling in october. The company responsible for disposing of all of sweden's nuclear waste at a already won approval from all necessary courts authorities and even from the municipality where it wants to build the site but the national government is yet to approve it. This is about there being a reliable solution and needing to move ahead with the process said the chief executive officer of the company responsible for disposing of the waste. Sweden needs to make a decision to avoid exceeding the permit for the interim storage currently being used by the industry but the recycling adopted by russia yet to be cost effective in finland still to convince other nations that their methodology will withstand for at least one hundred thousand years without resting or leaking. The swedish government is in a tight spot. Decision of this magnitude needs to take all the time that is necessary said the environmental minister. The government is instead proposing to decide on expanding the intermediate storage site and then consider the application to build a permanent repository. Too little is known about melted fuel inside damaged reactors at phuc even a decade after the disaster. To be able to tell whether it's decommissioning can be finished as planned by twenty fifty one says a nuclear agency official of the un quote. I don't know. And i don't know if anybody knows says christopher sarry head of a i e a team in reviewing the plant's clean up progress. Well if he doesn't know and nobody knows the nobody knows the big challenge removing and managing highly radioactive fuel debris from the three damaged reactors quote. We need to gather more information on the field debris and more experience on the retrieval of. You'll be fueled debris to know if the plan can be completed as expected in the next thirty years cleanup plant. That's when he says the cleanup plan depends on how the melted fuel needs to be handled for long term storage and management. Wish i had long term staff and management but that's the difference more than two million visitors flock each year to california's san no free state beach at a report. Repower report begins in the guardian it. goes on to talk about the The elephant in the beach three point six million pounds of nuclear waste from the group of nuclear reactors that shut down nearly a decade ago at santa frank. Decades of political gridlock have lifted indefinitely stranded susceptible to threats including corrosion earthquakes and sea level rise. It is already at santo. Frei had a little thing with the the canisters in which the waste is stored being dropped their. Okay don't worry. About santa fe reactors among dozens across the united states phasing out experts say they best represent the uncertain future of nuclear energy ones at san unafraid combination of failures. Really said gregory jackson jazz co who chaired the nrc between two thousand nine and two thousand twelve. The waste is the by product of the santa no frei nuclear generating station federal federal regulators had already cited southern california edison. The operator of the plants for several safety issues including leaking radioactive waste and falsified fire watch records but when a new steam generator began leaking a small amount of radio activity in january. Twenty twelve just one year after it was replaced. It was the most serious problem yet. A subsequent report from the inspector general found. Federal inspectors had overlooked red flags in two thousand nine and that edison had replaced its own steam generators without proper approval. That's when the company decided to shut down the plant for good under the waste politics policy. Act one thousand nine hundred eighty two. The government was supposed to move to a centralized remote federal facilities starting in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight without a government designated place to store the waste the california coastal commission in two thousand fifteen approved.

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on ExtraTime

"To the atlanta united game with a bunch of bodyguards in tow and now the atlanta journal constitution is reporting. It's unconfirmed but it seems true. That kanye west is literally living at mercedes benz stadium in the visitor's locker room and this is.

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Plea Deal Near for Metro Atlanta Massage Parlor Shooting Suspect

Atlanta's Morning News

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Plea Deal Near for Metro Atlanta Massage Parlor Shooting Suspect

"That could be on the horizon for the accused Metro and a spa shooter Robert Aaron Long is set to appear before Judge a Cherokee County next week. The West Beast, Michelle writes, reporting live with reaction for Fulton County's district attorney. Yes, Scott Fulton County D a funny Willis says she was notified Longs Tuesday hearing would bring a resolution to the case in Cherokee County, which she tells The Atlanta Journal Constitution means a plea deal in her world Long is accused of opening fire inside of young Asian massage on March 16th, killing four people and then wounding another. I spoke with Jane, who happened to be getting a massage that day when she and her massage therapists heard the murders. 25 minutes then I was starting to relax and feel better. And we heard this sound that sounded like a firecracker and we kind of both start along as then accused of leaving that seen driving south to Atlanta and killing four more women and two other Asian massages on chair at Cheshire Bridge Road before heading south and being captured in South Georgia. Long is facing murder and aggravated assault charges and Cherokee. Willis says she filed a motion to transfer long to the Fulton County Jail on Wednesday to await prosecution there, where he's facing similar charges and a possible hate crime charge. She also says she plans on seeking the death penalty.

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Police: Arrest in Slaying of 3 Men Found at a Golf Course

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Police: Arrest in Slaying of 3 Men Found at a Golf Course

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting arrest has been made in the slaying of three men found on a Georgia golf course authorities in Georgia have announced the arrest of a man in connection with the killing of three men found shot to death on a golf course last weekend a Cobb county sheriff's office spokeswoman tells the Atlanta journal constitution Cobb county sheriff's deputies and US marshals arrested Brian road and more than twenty five miles from pine tree Country Club in Kennesaw where the slain man were discovered Saturday no further information was provided on the arrest police said golf pro Eugene seller was gunned down when he approached a pickup truck that had driven onto the tenth green two other men including the vehicle owner were found dead from gunshot wounds in the bed of the pickup truck hi Mike Rossio

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Golf Pro, 2 Others Fatally Shot at Atlanta-Area Country Club

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Golf Pro, 2 Others Fatally Shot at Atlanta-Area Country Club

"Authorities say a professional golfer and two other men were killed in a shooting at an Atlanta area Country Club police are still looking for the suspect akad county police officer told the Atlanta journal constitution that officers found a man with an apparent gunshot wound to the head Saturday afternoon near the tenth hole of the pine tree Country Club in Kennesaw after that discovery police then found two other men who were also deceased in the bed of a white pickup truck that was on the green of that whole both had apparent gunshot wounds John lavender lives in the area he told station WSB he shocked is mind blowing honestly like growing up here not that I would ever imagine happening in the city that golf course is about twenty five miles northwest of downtown Atlanta I'm Shelley handler

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"If we go back in records, we look at the Atlanta Journal Constitution all the way back in 1993. They were reporting about the election, mismanagement and dysfunction of Fulton County. So I'm the first secretary of state. They got them under consent agreement, and what we found is that there's just a whole scale election mismanagement from top to bottom, and so the state election board Can begin a process when they find counties habitually Continually fail and there will be a rigorous process also followed the rule of law and make sure that everything is considered before they make any of those decisions. No one wants to take over any county. But when you have 159 counties and you have one cane just continually failed. At some point, someone's going to have to do something that now gives them the accountability measure that they state Election board if it so chooses, could go down that road, but it will take a process. It will be very subtle and everyone will have legal protections as it goes through that process, But we're not going to be overturning election that people's voices that people's votes will be hurt. Mr Secretary, One of the big criticisms about GOP led states changing election rules, or I should say one of the accusations really is that despite there being very limited proof of fraud, let alone mass fraud in the 2020 election. These voter rules are really like a nod and a wink to President Trump and his supporters. Changed here in Georgia SP two or two when I ran in 2018, I said, if you look at what we're doing for absolute voting, we're using signature match and that is very subjective. We need to move to an objective measure, such as driver's license last four digits, Social Security member and then birthday came up here. That's what we finally did with SP two or two is very similar to what's being done in Minnesota right now, as I mentioned We look at we have 150 ft Zone of no politicking. We've had that for well over 20 years back when the Democrats controlled all the levers of political power in the state. But what's happened is that some campaigns have encroached into that 150 FT Zone with a bottle of water, but really, it was actually two. You know, do politicking. If you look it back in the November election, I screenshot it and the afternoon of Election Day, the average wait time statewide. Was two minutes. There were some precincts that have 50 minute lines, but we had worked hard tirelessly with the counties. There's a new, uh, election line management tool from MIT Professor. There. We Plug that, in along with a system called ESRI gave them good data and told them you need to either increase your number of voting machines do you have in this precinct or you need to cut the precinct can happen has half the number of voters and the counties came through and did a great job on election day lines with less than one hour long, So we've already defeated the issue of long lines, but we also put that in the bill. The very first time that my can't be longer than one hour because we understand that voter experience having a short line is very important to everyone. But I still I still want to know your opinion about the optics. You are in politics and optics do matter and with Republican led states pushing changes to voter rules after the 2020 election, the criticism from Some on the left Any reference. Stacey Abrams is that this is a reaction. This push to change. Voting rules is a reaction to the 2020 election. It's meant to sort of Plea to the beasts. Um In the face of really no fraud. That happened and the timing is significant, right? I mean, right after the 2020 election. We have all these changes being proposed to voting rules in Republican led states and people on the left are saying you guys are doing this. To stir up fear or to address things that were not problems that there was no fraud is your argument. Hey, wait a second. I've been working on this issue long before 2020. Well, first, we have been looking at these issues long before 2020. We've been fighting Stacey Abrams since I took office, but also in Georgia. We have a 40 Day session, which began mid January and it was done. On the first of April. And so if you're going to do major election reform, you have to do it. Then you cannot do it during an election year in 2022. When you have people that would be a statewide be on the ballot, So it's really the off years that you have to do this. And the way our calendar works. We were the first you know, to start our session and obviously the first finished. Some states are still meeting and you know, considering legislation but We were done by April 1st. And so that's really white. We may have been the first out of the gate. But these are good, solid forms of election reform, making sure that we have Order the elections to help the counters with election management and to make sure that you can objectively identify all of your absentee ballot voters. Finally, there are other states as you noted, considering Similar laws or their own version of laws. Also Republican led that's happening in Texas as well. Some of those folks in Texas Insisted that really the answer here is to have federal legislation to address voting rights and Democrats were really hopeful about HR one before the People Act, but that's been blocked by Senate Republicans. Are you of the mind as it maybe doesn't look like it's moving forward at the federal level that DOJ lawsuits are where Democrats are going to put their hopes and efforts and now when it comes to voting rules I've seen over the years that when progressives can't get what they want at the ballot box kick what? What they won the General Assembly's that and then go look at a friendly court to get some remedy. So it Would not surprise me. That's a decision they'll have to make at the end of the day. Very comfortable and confident that we will beat them and beat them. You know, as you release the SP two or two in Georgia, what other states do I won't comment on because I have plenty of keeps him busy here. Fred in Georgia, Mr Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger of Georgia. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you. Thank you..

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Congressional visit to Atlanta spa shooting sites decries anti-Asian hate

AJC Briefing

02:40 min | 1 year ago

Congressional visit to Atlanta spa shooting sites decries anti-Asian hate

"Outdoor vigil at mceachern memorial united methodist church in powder springs celebrated. The lives of dana johnson. Patrick he and cynthia lindsay key died on christmas day. Johnson and lindsay died within hours of each other on january twenty first. The ninety minute ceremony was filled with tears. Laughs and calls for those gathered to live with joy and to take the pandemic seriously. Cobb education leaders have been criticized for the districts response during various moments of the pandemic including some. Who didn't wear face masks during a january school board meeting. I want people to know this isn't a joke. And it's affecting people lindsay's daughter lindsay cows said about the pandemic during an interview after the vigil. Meanwhile members of the congressional asian pacific american caucus traveled to metro atlanta on sunday to visit the sambre sites of this month's deadly spas shootings into call attention to hate crime laws and growing anti asian hate in america the visiting lawmakers who were joined by members of georgia's congressional delegation and state representatives followed the deadly path from march sixteenth. That claimed eight lives with six of them. Being women of asian descent. The trip paid respects to the victims of the tragedy. She ouseba tan. Tao fong delina. Leon and paul. Andre michaels were shot and killed at a spa in cherokee county. Young a au soon chung park soon. Chalk him and young grant were shot. Later at to atlanta's pause the first stop for the chartered. Bus tour was young's asian massage in acworth and finally three dozen people were displaced sunday morning. When a fire swept through lawrenceville apartment complex authorities said the blaze ripped through all three floors and the attic of a building at the anzio apartment. Homes on sweetwater road. Gwinnett fire department. Spokesman lieutenant justin wilson said investigators were sent to the complex about six thirty. Am after nine one. One caller reported smoke coming from their neighbor's apartment on building eighteen. When crews arrived at the scene they saw smoke and flames in the center of the building. One of the occupants of the building told investigators he was asleep when the fire started but was startled awake by his smoke alarm after he noticed the fire on the back side of the building. He escaped his apartment through the front door. That's all for today. Check back each weekday morning for more from the atlanta journal constitution or go to ajc dot com. Have a great day spoken layer.

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Police: Armed man arrested inside Atlanta grocery store

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Police: Armed man arrested inside Atlanta grocery store

"Hi my cross your reporting an armed man is arrested inside in Atlanta grocery store Atlanta police were called to a grocery store Wednesday afternoon after heavily armed men entered the business and went into a bathroom the Atlanta journal constitution reports the manager of the Atlantic station public's called police shortly after one thirty PM officers observed the man leave the bathroom and detained him the paper reports police identified the man as twenty two year old recall Marley he was carrying two long guns and three pistols all of which were concealed the incident came just two days after ten people were killed at a supermarket in boulder Colorado hi Mike Rossio

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Fulton DA’s investigation into Trump heads to grand jury

AJC Briefing

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Fulton DA’s investigation into Trump heads to grand jury

"Fulton county prosecutors are expected to appear before a grand jury this week seeking subpoenas for documents and witnesses related to their investigation of former president donald trump and some of his top associates for possible election fraud. The atlanta journal constitution has learned legal. Experts are split as to whether there's a strong case to be made but most agreed trump's effort to overturn georgia's election results. Merit greater scrutiny. Vanni willis fulton's new district attorney has said she's prepared to follow the evidence wherever it leads. Some believe the recording of trump's january second phone call with georgia secretary of state. Brad ravensburger leaning on him to find the votes to reverse. Joe biden's win is grounds to move forward

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Fulton DA’s investigation into Trump heads to grand jury in Atlanta

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Fulton DA’s investigation into Trump heads to grand jury in Atlanta

"Atlanta journal constitution is breaking the news that in the other known criminal investigation into the former president the one in fulton county georgia as to whether or not president trump illegally tried to pressure elections officials into changing that state's election results That case reportedly is being brought in front of a grand jury this week in atlanta the atlanta journal constitution reporting. Tonight that fulton county prosecutors are going to go before the grand jury in georgia this week and ask them first subpoenas for witnesses and documents in that case that reportedly targets the former president

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Metro Atlanta's Fulton County DA opens criminal investigation into Trump attempt to overturn Georgia’s election

AJC Briefing

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Metro Atlanta's Fulton County DA opens criminal investigation into Trump attempt to overturn Georgia’s election

"As us. House managers made their case for the impeachment of donald trump fulton counties top prosecutor on wednesday launched a wide ranging criminal investigation into the former president the investigation by district attorney funny willis a democrat entering her second month in office centers on january second. Phone call to georgia's secretary of state brad. Reference burger in which trump pleaded with him to find enough votes to overturn his narrow defeat in the state. This letter is a notice that the fulton county district attorney has opened an investigation into attempts to influence the administration of the twenty twenty. Georgia general election willis wrote in correspondences delivered wednesday morning to rapids. Burger governor. brian. Kemp lieutenant governor jeff dunkin and attorney general chris car

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"He covered the Falcons for The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Strange scheduling. I should have remembered this and I looked it up and I said, Oh, that's right. Not only did the Falcons play both the bucks and keeps they play the bucks twice because they're into division. And they played the three games between those two teams, the Falcons and the Chiefs of the Bucks. Weeks 15 16 and 17. They didn't play Tampa, the 1st 14 weeks of the season. They played him twice in the last three weeks. Sandwiched in between was a showdown against the Chiefs, which is a matter of fact. Was a very close game that can city had rally from behind in the fourth quarter actually pull out. So I think Orlando can lead lend some insight to both The Chiefs in the box and see not only saw them. He saw them fairly recently back in December, as a matter of fact, But before we punch Orlando up and get to our final hour, I get a bunch of your calls in here. 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. And then I'll give you just a couple of the prop bets that I like. They're two players in this game that I think are underrated. Coming in number yards receiving rushing if you're looking at a running back Touchdowns. God stay away from our homes and Brady. Because if you're looking at M V P, and like they're gonna be, I think you have to give money. If you're gonna take my homes, I think he's less than one. The one I think Brady slightly above 1 to 1. Um, I'm not ready to go and be peonies guys, but I think they could both have good games. One Buck one, Keith. I think they can do some productive things, and I'll give you my props on that and one I'm gonna take a flyer on just because of what a caller said to me earlier tonight about wanting the game to be close. Besides the fact that can cities a three point favorite, There's another wager that is available to you. If you want to bank on it being a tremendously close and exciting game, I'll give you the details on those coming up 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 Back to the phones I go Art Callie's up on Heart dropped, so I'll try Jim and Tampa instead. Jim Europe on CBS Sports Radio. Jody. Thank you for taking my call, buddy. How are you? You got a bud? Well, I'm going to say this. I mean, I don't really look for seven shaving seven with you get you know the amazing but This young man at Mahomes. This kid it Engineer was the greatest offenses. Let's say deep, greatest. What? His kidney. He's a talent. He's got charisma. He's very special but Kansas City goals and beats the books on their home turf. Smell of 3 ft. Next year for Kansas City. I'm gonna have to say I'm going to take the box in this one. It's going to go all the time. 34 31 family, That defense is gonna be looking sharp. But I think it will be some ways that Mahomes, we'll get out of a jam. I like your 34 31 because that means it's gonna be an over game and it's 31 31. It's already over. By the time they get the overtime, So who scores at that point becomes irrelevant if you like the over and I do like the over at 55 a half The other one. That's so funny that you just went there. One of the props I was going to give out is The you predict ahead of time the game goes over time. And if you think it's gonna be close, I'm having a tough time picking the game. We can city I'm leaning toward them. But could they went by a field goal? Yeah, yeah. You don't lose gonna push out of it. Maybe they went by four. It's not like I believe can see he's gonna win by double digits or two touchdowns. If that were the case, and I would like them on the line. I think it's a really close game that either team could win with points of plenty. If the game goes into overtime, you could bet it before it starts and get 12 to 1. That's a dunce. That's a that's a nice number. So if you're predicting overtime, uh, cracked because or flipping the court because it could go any way. I mean, you got two of the best quarterbacks in the game. They got some great weapons. Respectively, and it's definitely privy any anybody's game. I don't think it's going to go double digits. Most I would say probably a touchdown if anything but separate area. Close games. Give me your walk from anybody's money. Jim appreciate to contact. Check it in. He's got Brady pulling it out and over time, then the coin flip. I know you go back to coin flip into beginning in the game. I don't have not seen a if the game goes to overtime. Get the coin flip bright. Now that's I don't know if they give you money back doesn't go to overtime, but they give you pretty good odds. If you predicted the game, we'll go to overtime. And then oh, by the way on top of it, I'm gonna predict the Coin flip results. That'd be a hell of a prop to Brian and boys ease up on CBS Sports Radio. Your bride. Hey, what's going on now? Are you I think I talked to your four and I only get you on weekends. So I love hearing you on the weak. That's when you find me here on CBS on the weekend, Saturday and Sunday. I think that you were going to win by 11. I just think they're a stronger team. Um, But my question is you and I in the lifelong Jets fan. What do you think we're going to do with the number overall, too good. Well, if they can trade for, uh, Shawn Watson, then they'll probably have to include that pick in the deal so they won't be making the number two pick if they can't trade for Watson. I hope they take Justin Fields. I'm a big fan of the Ohio State QB and think he's got a chance to be a franchise quarterback and better than Sam Donaldson. I agree with that. But you don't think we need to trade down and get some lineman or Some better wide receivers or something like that. Here is one thing we don't know about Joe Douglas. I think he's a good town to evaluator. I think he was a good right hand man for Howie Roseman before he left the Eagles and his move city made. He didn't get a chance to draft for the Jets just yet, So we don't know how he's gonna do in the draft, and there are a couple different elements of the draft number one is identifying and selecting the right talent. The other one is being able to play. Monty Hall. Let's make a deal game with trading up with trading back and like he may be great at it, or he may be terrible at it, But we don't know that yet. So am I opposed. Potentially trading down. I'm a big fields fan so I wouldn't risk it. I just take him at number two. But there it might. Last time I talked to you were only 12. And we thought we're gonna get Lawrence. Right, which we now know didn't happen because they want a couple of games coming down the stretch. So they got the number two pick and Lawrence despite the fact on a pure D announcement today, he had shoulder surgery. None throwing shoulder so they don't believe it. They don't believe it's enough to scare um, the Jaguars away from taking him with the number one pick. It's nine throwing and he's gonna have the surgery done right away. I should be good to go by the time the season rolls around. So it looks like neighborhood, my neighbors, a big Jaguars fan, So he and I have been going back and forth. He's gonna get Mr Lawrence. I would be perfectly fine if the Jets got fields. Depending on and this is where it all comes down to. Can you play the draft day game? Uh, all we have right now. Are prognosticators draft guys to put out mark drafts. And like, Ah, Bunch of them Think Fields could fall in the draft that Wilson could actually go Number two. If you're the Jets, and you're going to trade down and you're gonna trade to a team you think is coming upto. Make a trade for a quarterback. You can ask them now. They can lie to you. But you can say Listen, I'm not gonna make the deal with you. Unless you promise me that you're moving up to take a particular plane. You gotta tell me who that player is. If they're going to take your guy willing, and you don't make the deal, But if they say we're gonna pass on fields and you could go down to Five or six or seven or eight or something like that, and you still think you got a shot of field, plus ADM or draft capital that zoo not a bad way to play it. I'm from Boise. So we play BYU every year, and I Don't want that..

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Police call for curfew after 3 teens shot at Camp Creek Marketplace, Atlanta

AJC Briefing

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Police call for curfew after 3 teens shot at Camp Creek Marketplace, Atlanta

"To fifteen year olds and a thirteen year old. Were injured saturday evening. After gunfire erupted at camp creek marketplace in east point the three teens were shot about nine pm at the shopping center off camp creek parkway according to east point police spokesman captain alan glover. Witnesses told police that the trio had been walking in the area near america delhi and cammie cakes at some point. A man in a black jacket fired shots into the crowd of people striking. The teens was shot in the arm. One in the leg and one in the shoulder according to channel two action news. The teens were taken to a local hospital. Their conditions were not provided

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NBA reporter Sekou Smith dies of COVID-19 at age 48

Atlanta's Morning News

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

NBA reporter Sekou Smith dies of COVID-19 at age 48

"Smith worked for Turner Broadcasting after covering the MBA for the Atlanta Journal Constitution Commissioner Adam Silver morn Smith's lost, calling him a beloved member of the MBA family. Buford State Reps booted from the House for refusing to take a covert tests figure. David Ross did not only had representative David Clarke escorted from the

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Student Who Was Jailed for Breaking Quarantine in Cayman Islands Apologizes

Mornings on Maine Street

04:34 min | 2 years ago

Student Who Was Jailed for Breaking Quarantine in Cayman Islands Apologizes

"College student from Gwinnett County who spent more than a month in prison in the Cayman Islands for violating the cove in 19 quarantine rules, has now returned home. The Atlanta Journal Constitution, says 18 year old Skylar Mac of Logan Ville landed at the Atlanta airport Friday morning. Mac is a student at Mercer University. She and her boyfriend were arrested after she traveled to the Cayman Islands in November. Tow watch him compete and a jet ski competition that apparently had been rescheduled from earlier in the year. She was supposed to stay quarantine for 14 days but did not do so.

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U.S. teen jailed in Cayman Islands for breaking Covid protocols returns home

Mornings on Maine Street

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. teen jailed in Cayman Islands for breaking Covid protocols returns home

"And Gwinnett County student who spent more than a month in prison in the Cayman Islands for violating the code 19 quarantine rules of that that country now at home. The Atlanta Journal Constitution, says 18 year old Skylar Mac of Logan Ville landed at the Atlanta airport Friday. Mac, a student at Mercer University, was arrested after she traveled to the Cayman Islands in November to watch her boyfriend compete in a jet ski competition. She was supposed to stay quarantine for 14 days, but did not do so. She's not allowed back in the Cayman Islands. As long as Kobe quarantine rules remain in place.

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Georgia Capitol, Atlanta, Security Tightened Ahead Of Possible Armed Protests

WSB programming

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Georgia Capitol, Atlanta, Security Tightened Ahead Of Possible Armed Protests

"Here in Georgia, at least one Georgia based militia tells the Atlanta Journal Constitution. It plans to protest tomorrow morning at the state Capitol. Here's Atlanta's FBI spokesman Kevin Rosen. Any type of threat that any law enforcement agency throughout state of Georgia comes across will be communicated immediately to all of our partners Partners, Georgia National Guard troops and state troopers will be

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Woman killed, 5 displaced by fire at SW Atlanta home

AJC Briefing

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Woman killed, 5 displaced by fire at SW Atlanta home

"A seventy one year old woman died sunday morning after a fire swept through a southwest atlanta home officials said. The fire started in a rear bedroom at home on waters road according to atlanta. Fire rescue spokesman sergeant cortez stafford. The accidental blaze was caused by misplaced cigarette. He said the fire severely damaged the home. Five adults were able to escape the home but the seventy one year old woman died of her injuries. Stafford said her name has not been released

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"atlanta journal" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"atlanta journal" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Show 809 41 Sean, two hours 54 minutes, Georgia All indications a razor razor thin, close race very well decided. In the next three hours. In terms of people that will Turn out to vote there. That is what they're saying now. I would tell anybody. The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Um, you know, I don't trust anything that they have to say about About anything. Just like I don't trust, the New York Times or the Washington Compost or NBC, ABC, CBS or Fake News, CNN or M S DNC, the Conspiracy theory Channel. So I'm just saying, just know your vote matters. That's all you have to know. And if you get online before seven o'clock eastern in Georgia, don't leave. Stay there. This is that closer race. Look when you have Matt Towery 49 49 pretty much the same Both races with Robert to Haley Trafalgar. It doesn't get any closer than that. The ideal number is voter turnout today will determine the winner of these two Senate runoff. That's just a fact. That's all about turnout right now. And people getting in their cars and heading home from work. Anyway. Former speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is with us knows the state of Georgia well, and you know, I'm getting mixed reports from all over the state summer, saying heavy turnout Summers a light turnout summer saying mediocre turnout. I'm getting it all. I don't know what to tell people except that their vote is going to matter. E. Thank you. First of all you don't know for sure with the turnout is until it's over, because you don't know in some parts of the state justice in some parts of the country, people both late In other parts, Thinking up our land. They go vote early. My sense is that we're totally in the hunt. We have a real chance to win on that, literally as you planned out, and it's 2.5 hours is going to be decisive. So anybody who's listening Who has not gone to vote or who has friends or neighbors or relatives who have not yet going to vote. This is the moment you can change American history. If you turn up And my sense is that it is extraordinarily close right now. Uh, I think that it will get better. The more Republicans vote. Today, the better our margin will get to be and we always have to remember that we have to win by big enough margin that they can't still on the other side. And so that's why getting everyone to turn out today. Such a big deal and my senses and most of the state that that is happening, But I would just say everybody listen to us this afternoon. Make sure you voted. Make sure that all of your friends, neighbors, relatives, everybody, You know who shares our values? Make sure they vote before seven o'clock well out of there in line, they get to stay in line as a matter of law, um, is confirmed by Senator Purdue in the last hour. You know, just off the top of your head to me. I've outlined what I believe The importance of this race is pretty much everything if you have Pelosi and Schumer running the house and the Senate You could basically say goodbye to every reform that Donald Trump implemented. You can welcome the green new deal. You can welcome open borders. You can welcome free health insurance for illegal immigrants, an amnesty You know, you can welcome and into your tax cuts. You can guarantee massive tax increases and wealth redistribution. Where should I go from there? Look, First of all you want to know how radical they're gonna be. Just look at the House Democrats who adopted a new rules package that eliminates words like mother and father. No, I mean, if you're so radical, But you can't say mother and father were really way out there for look at the very first prayer given in the brand new Congress by a Democrat. We talked about a man and a woman killing totaling much because the man has nothing do with gender. It's actually we can he we would so thieves people are telling you you're not gonna be able to believe how radical Warnock, a nossa would be and how radical the Democratic Senate would be and how radical was abiding administration be if they win. So that's why this election. Today. The importance of every turning out today is so extraordinary. I can't remember any Runoff in my lifetime. Which had the kind of impact this is gonna help. Listen, I am not taking anything for granted. Especially after what we lived through it. And from day one you have said, Well, George is gonna have to have more votes than the Democrats would be able to steal. I mean, you know, Robert Oh, Hayley of Trafalgar is actually factoring in a 3.7% likely cheap rate into his polling in all the years, you know, I've known you almost 30 years I've been doing radio 33 years. I don't remember any poll ever one time ever factoring in a potential cheating aspect to that vote or their their polling data? Look in the last quarter six years, the Democrats have drifted towards a policy that any vote no matter how illegal is good if it's for them. Well in that, uh, they happen the vote dead people. That's fine. You could happen know of people who are not registered. That's fine if they happen to those people who moved out of town That's fine. I mean, I've done several podcast again. We'll see 60 where I have talked of length. About Nancy Pelosi's A charwoman. This Congress where the very first bill, she introduces a bill, which calls for Basically elections that are easy to steal. That's what people have to understand is these folks want to have such an open on measured and on accountable system that they can always steal it? That's My biggest concern to not have it in phase one is every Republican has to go vote. That sets the base point. Plays Children's The 8000. Poll watchers have to do their job, and they have to stop the kind of voter theft that we saw in November. The general election, and I think if we can pull those two things off tonight, we'll have a pretty happy night. But if either one breaks down if we can't turn out the vote in places Like not was Georgia the very area that Trump went to the places like Dalton and Rome, Georgia If we can't do that, Was very deep trouble if we can make sure that the council is basically honest, foreign Grady Trouble So we have two big hurdles to cross between now and the final count tonight. Well final count, they were discovering thousands of votes five weeks out of the real vote in Georgia. Let's be honest here. Georgia doesn't have exactly the greatest track record and neither the primaries or the November 3rd election. And and the aftermath, And it's not an issue today for me, the secretary of state the governor, I mean showing, you know, I think I've come to the conclusion that the reason they don't want to fix What was so obviously wrong with consent agreement is because then they'd have to acknowledge that they were wrong and something that no politician ever wants to do. Let me move on, though, you know. Go ahead. You wanna weigh in? Sure. No good, good. So We've had. I thought we learned with Ukraine that here say anonymous. Non whistle blowers were patriots and courageous. Um, but yet nobody cares about All of the hundreds and hundreds of eye witnesses that signed affidavits under penalty threat of penalty of perjury..

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