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AP-NORC/EPIC poll: Majority in US concerned about climate

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 hrs ago

AP-NORC/EPIC poll: Majority in US concerned about climate

"President Biden heads to a U. N. climate summit at a time when a majority of Americans are concerned about the issue and increase but just a few years ago according to a new poll from the Associated Press N. or C. center for public affairs research seventy five percent of Americans believe climate change is happening ten percent say no the rest I'm sure I don't understand how you can't all the giants Democrat Nancy Riley says signs are everywhere the drugs the fires that tornadoes the horrendous hurricanes earthquakes the poll also shows fifty five percent of Americans want Congress to pass a bill to insure more electricity comes from clean energy and sixteen percent oppose Republican crystal shipping tens has its for the next generation it's extremely important because actually of my daughter and what she would have faced with I'm Julie Walker

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Lost The Receipt (MM #3870)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 hrs ago

Lost The Receipt (MM #3870)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, one of these strange things in life I'm pretty compulsive about is holding on to receipts. I've held on to receipts literally for decades and have great tax boxes, not only for personal, but for my companies, of course, too. But every now and again, when I lose a receipt, it will drive me insane. The other night my wife and I went out for dinner and went up to the counter did our order got the receipt, but I thought in my pocket and then went back to look for it and couldn't find it. Now, perhaps I laid it down when I went to go fill up my drink or fell out of my pocket, but I traced my steps back through the restaurant and couldn't find it anywhere. And I knew I could just go into my business account and just add it in there, but just not having one receipt, drives me crazy. Of course, when the credit card bill comes in, the line item will be there, and I'll be able to make sure to note it, but that's not the point. I am meticulous when it comes to my receipts. I pretty much save every receipt no demand. I go to fast food joints and get receipts. I've never had to use these receipts and they just stack up and go put in tax boxes and things like that. But for some reason, I got it drilled into my head years ago that receipts matter and I lost one the other day. And that doesn't happen often.

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Lost The Receipt (MM #3870)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 hrs ago

Lost The Receipt (MM #3870)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, one of these strange things in life I'm pretty compulsive about is holding on to receipts. I've held on to receipts literally for decades and have great tax boxes, not only for personal, but for my companies, of course, too. But every now and again, when I lose a receipt, it will drive me insane. The other night my wife and I went out for dinner and went up to the counter did our order got the receipt, but I thought in my pocket and then went back to look for it and couldn't find it. Now, perhaps I laid it down when I went to go fill up my drink or fell out of my pocket, but I traced my steps back through the restaurant and couldn't find it anywhere. And I knew I could just go into my business account and just add it in there, but just not having one receipt, drives me crazy. Of course, when the credit card bill comes in, the line item will be there, and I'll be able to make sure to note it, but that's not the point. I am meticulous when it comes to my receipts. I pretty much save every receipt no demand. I go to fast food joints and get receipts. I've never had to use these receipts and they just stack up and go put in tax boxes and things like that. But for some reason, I got it drilled into my head years ago that receipts matter and I lost one the other day. And that doesn't happen often.

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LA Times Columnist Jackie Calmes Supports Reporters Covering Republicans Differently Than Democrats

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 20 hrs ago

LA Times Columnist Jackie Calmes Supports Reporters Covering Republicans Differently Than Democrats

"We can't wait to hear from Jackie combs Go ahead In a sense I mean there's no question that journalists are recognizing the radicalization of the Republican Party By the way she sounds like a sharpie doesn't she Look there's a there's no question journalists are recognizing the radicalization of the Republican Poe It's so radical the Republican Party Secure the border fiscal conservatism quality education not ideology education Oh it's so damn rack Don't destroy our economic system Please don't write and burn down our buildings and kill people You know stuff like oh the radical is saying now she doesn't talk about the radicalization of the Democrat party The anti semitism the racism the Marxism all the other isms No no no no Because she's one of them She's one of them And then she comes off like some kind of a pseudo intellectual Yes yes they all want to sound like Bill Buckley was a real intellectual Yes yes There's no question that journalists are recognizing the radicalization of the Republican Party You know the Republican Party in a sense was born of radicalization It was created to a post slavery To post slavery That is to oppose the Democrat

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Former U.S. Representative Mark Meadows on the Fight Against Widespread Voter Fraud

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | 23 hrs ago

Former U.S. Representative Mark Meadows on the Fight Against Widespread Voter Fraud

"And we are back one on one with Mark Meadows. The last month I heard you give a speech at hillsdale. Yeah. And I'm just gonna say, it was ballsy. It was it was on swamp like. Yeah. Because you talked about November. Yeah. And you said, yeah, really? Let's talk about voter fraud. You want to see voter fraud. Come to my office at CPI. And I'll show you the ballots that are a little bit hinky. Yeah. Let's talk about this because I've had it with those who say, and they're saying it to the president. Oh, you've got to look forward. You can't look back. You got to look forward. If we don't get an accurate picture of what happened last time, we can't prevent wide scale voter fraud. So what is your diagnosis and what is your prescription for the next two years Mark? Yeah, so the prescription has to be audits more broadly than just a few contested states that have been in the news in very high profile. We need to make sure that we have audits. So those are audits that happen in states where Donald Trump was declared the winner and audits and states where he wasn't declared the winner. Which everybody should be in favor of? Sure. I mean, it's all about making sure that the ballot from a Sebastian gorka to the ballot box actually goes from you into the ballot box. It's not tampered with. It's not manipulated and quite frankly, it's not carried by anybody else other than you to the ballot box. And we've got away from that. And it's legal in California. You and I have talked about this. Yeah, the harvest the balance, but it's not just that aspect of it, Sebastian. Here's the other the other aspect. We have to make sure that the plays that were run and 2020 are not repeated in 2022 and 2024. And so when we look at we look at audits, we have to look at forensically some of these audits. And then we have to also understand that in coming up with state legislatures, working with your state legislatures, there are over 300 bills that are out there. But we have to make sure that we get it because there's a simultaneous play being run at the

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The Worst Thing Republicans Could Do When They Take Back the House

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 1 d ago

The Worst Thing Republicans Could Do When They Take Back the House

"When Republicans take back the House of Representatives, which they will were on pace to, despite the best efforts of the propagandists in the media and the tech companies and the oligarchs, when the Republicans take back the House of Representatives, the worst thing that they could actually do, the worst thing that Republicans could do is act as if and tell their voters like, oh yeah, don't worry. We're gonna be able to do get all of these massive legislative golds done. That's not true. You will be able to get answers, though. And the House of Representatives needs to turn itself into a true investigative and check and balance body of the crimes that have been done against humanity. The biggest of which is the Chinese coronavirus, and has changed our life permanently. From the education of our children, to the way we do elections, to how our economy is structured, the global supply chains to the deterioration of our currency, not to mention the 700,000 people that have died from it, we deserve answers of where this virus came from. And Republicans need to be running them. Instead I get these leaflets in these fly like fires of people that reach out to me. Well, Charlie, I'm running for office that we can go fight in D.C.. What does that look like? What do you mean by that? You mean you're gonna go kind of go vote no on every major bill that is put in front of you, which is fine. That's okay. No, instead, you have to be very clear with your voters. You are going to get information. That's a

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Billionaire tax takes shape as Biden pushes for budget deal

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Billionaire tax takes shape as Biden pushes for budget deal

"President Biden is pushing for a deal on his social services and climate change plan before heading overseas later this week very positive you get it done before the the president says he's hopeful it will come together soon Democrats are poised to unveil a new billionaires tax to help pay for a package little tally at least one point seven five trillion dollars after earlier tax plans fizzled the president's again highlighting the packages child care proposals my name is K. okay how you doing my name's Joe good to see first visiting in New Jersey elementary school and then a transit center so let's get this done let's move where he appealed for Congress to pass a related infrastructure bill he says is vital to boosting America's global competitiveness Sager mag ani Washington

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 AP source: Manchin agreeable to wealth tax for Biden plan

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

AP source: Manchin agreeable to wealth tax for Biden plan

"White House proposals for new taxes on billionaires in certain corporations to help pay for president Biden's big domestic policy bill or drawing the backing of democratic senator Joe Manchin a person who requested anonymity to discuss mansions position tells the Associated Press the senator is agreeable to the white house's new approach on the tax proposals I didn't spent hours yesterday at his home in Delaware with mansion and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Democrats are trying to wrap up talks on the social services and climate change package what had been a sweeping three point five trillion plan is now being eyed at one point seven five the what could still climb higher resolving the revenue side is key as Democrats insist the new spending will be fully paid for by the various taxes I'm

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What Ever Happened to the Clinton Crime Family Investigation?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 1 d ago

What Ever Happened to the Clinton Crime Family Investigation?

"Hey, Charlie, whatever happened to the investigation into the clintons. Do you think they're ever going to go to jail? Thanks so much Quinn from Virginia. It's interesting. Actually, Merrick Garland was asked about this and Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton who ran or run the Clinton crime family. You don't hear as much from them lately, except that Bill Clinton was hospitalized, and in addition to that, we all know the crimes that the Clinton family committed in Haiti, we know that they basically ran an international money capturing scheme from foreign governments to sell access. And isn't it interesting how the Clinton foundation stopped being so popular as soon as they got out of popular life in close to political power. I thought they were doing such wonderful work to cure river blindness and get young people in power, but as soon as they're no longer in political positions of authority, it's all the donations start to dry up. Merrick Garland admits and cut 87, the investigation into the clintons is ongoing. Play cut 87. In September of 2020, press reports indicated that special counsel Durham's team was seeking information on the FBI's handling of the Clinton foundation investigation. And can you commit to allowing the special counsel Durham's investigation to proceed? You would know if he weren't continuing to do his work. I'll take that as a confirmation that the investigation is continuing. This Department of Justice is corrupted. It's in the midst of many different controversies. Merrick Garland has a lot of answers that he has to deliver. A lot of things he has to answer for, in regards to his children and his son in law, making millions of dollars off the critical race theory that he's trying to deploy shock troops off to try to prevent.

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Biden, key senators huddle as Dems drive toward budget deal

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 1 d ago

Biden, key senators huddle as Dems drive toward budget deal

"President Biden brought to pivotal senators to his Delaware home Sunday senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to resolve disputes that have stymied the Democrats wide ranging social safety net and environmental legislation that represents the core of Biden's domestic agenda I've been Thomas with the latest Biden is pressing for progress so he can spotlight his administration's achievements to world leaders that oversee summits that get under way this week but among the expected cuts are clean energy provisions senator Angus king an independent from Maine who caucuses with the Democrats tells NBC's meet the press that's a disappointment it weakens Joe Biden's hands in Glasco the the climate meeting that's coming up because if if we're gonna get the rest of the world to take serious steps to remedy this problem we've got to do it ourselves house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she does expect an agreement on a framework by week's end that would pave the way for a house vote on the separate one trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill before next Sunday series of transportation programs will lapse Ben Thomas Washington

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 Let computers do it: Film set tragedy spurs call to ban guns

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

Let computers do it: Film set tragedy spurs call to ban guns

"Julie Walker the accidental shooting on sept by actor Alec Baldwin that killed a cinematographer and injured a director has led to calls for change in Hollywood some say real guns like the one used in Baldwin's bill rust should be banned instead there's a call for big guns and computer generated imagery or C. GI Baldwin was told the gun was not loaded with live rounds weapons used on set take real bullets or blanks depending on the scene Sam dormer Phil Marmaris says he thinks the future is in virtual there also is that there was you know providing and it's the

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Dr. David Azerrad Defines Identity Politics AKA Oppression Politics

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 3 d ago

Dr. David Azerrad Defines Identity Politics AKA Oppression Politics

"David, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks for having me, Charlie, good to be with you. So there's a lot I want to unpack, but let's start with this idea of identity politics, which you correctly and very wisely frame more as oppression politics or kind of the elevation of certain groups that are deemed to be oppressed. Let's put it that way. Why do you put it that way? I thought that was really smart. Because identity politics is misleading because it would imply that everyone is entitled to have an identity of which they're proud and that they want a defense. So you would think, oh, we used to have class based politics. And now we're going to have identity politics. But it turns out that in the realm of identity, Baltics, not all identities are created equal. They basically come in two varieties. It's a mannequin framework. You have the people who claim to have been and to be oppressed, you know the roster, right? So called people of color with blacks always first and foremost hence the shift to bipoc, black and indigenous people of color to emphasize that black is the most depressed ahead of the so called white adjacent Asians. You know, they're having problems with the Asians because they do too well in America. Then, of course, LGBTQ, women, sometimes immigrants, Muslims, but the holy Trinity is really the first three. And then you have the bad identities, you know? I don't know if this is used to you, Charlie, but you seem to fit the bill of people who are a problem in America. Oh, I am. I mean, I don't know if you identify. Yes, I do identify as a male. I will not pronounce or whatever the traditional western heteronormative patriarchy would say they are, but I'm the worst. I'm also a wasp. So. Yeah, that's not good. And then you could do something about your sex and transition, but your race you're not allowed to change. That's right. You're part of the curse, the white race. So, you know, even oppression. I mean, I don't look, I don't exactly know what to call what to call the current dispensation in America. Identity politics isn't good, CRT is too abstract. What the hell is critical race theory? It's basically

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Mark Levin Comments on Alec Baldwin, 'Rust' Film Shooting Tragedy

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 3 d ago

Mark Levin Comments on Alec Baldwin, 'Rust' Film Shooting Tragedy

"This shooting tragedy involving Alec Baldwin you know I take no pleasure in seeing something like this or reading something like this I don't like Alec Baldwin He's an urbanite to me But that's quite beside the point This is a horrible accident You've got to feel for the guys Probably going through all kinds of hell As is the family of hanya Hutchins the wife and mother who died in the producer exceeded director who was also shot with the with a prop gun He's been released And they'll figure it out I do understand that the usual crew at least some part of it had walked off the set and went on strike or some such thing And maybe that contributed to it I don't know A friend of mine Bill corsair said you know whenever they used prop guns or so forth they would open them they would look at them they'd make a 100% sure that they were as they wanted them to be obviously But that said you know we're not the left I'm not on social media I don't have to comment on social media on every damn thing and tweet and so I can't tell you how relieved I am not to be tweeting And not to be on Facebook and so forth But it's a horrible tragedy

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Neil Parrott Talks About Campaign for Western Maryland Secession to West Virginia

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 4 d ago

Neil Parrott Talks About Campaign for Western Maryland Secession to West Virginia

"Blue states like Maryland which have these blood red counties full of real genuine patriots and people who love liberty and their families and God and kneel there just tired of it man they're pissed off They're just like I've had enough of this communist crap Can we have a place where people can respect their civil liberties You're not going on a lot of doors in western Maryland The story was about them talking about seceding from the state into West Virginia and candidly Neil I don't blame him No Dan you've knocked on board two And I've heard it for all ten years that I've been a state delegate People are tired They would like to just be able to leave the state And now there is a proposal to go to Washington We're talking with the state Senate president in Washington and their Speaker of the House and they would like to have us there They're actually going to do a vote so we wrote a letter and said we'd like to go to West Virginia And it is the pent up frustration of not being represented from liberal analysis And really being just kicked to the side many issues but some of them are second in the rights We don't have good secular rights in Maryland but of course West Virginia does Taxes are way too high in Maryland compared to estrogen It was higher And stay here They wouldn't have to leave if we were part of West Virginia When you look at school they just passed thankfully the center of Patricia they have the most school choice Bill in the entire country right now We'd like to see that in western Maryland as well And of course the safety and schools when you look at what's happened to Virginia with this transgender people are boys are going to the girls bathroom in a salty people That can happen in Maryland We pass bills to allow that to happen But West Virginia doesn't do that And in fact they said if you're going to have girl sports biological boys not going to be allowed to compete to grow sports at West Virginia That are some of the things that people in western Maryland would like to

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This Is an Official Levin Surge: Take Action and Participate

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 4 d ago

This Is an Official Levin Surge: Take Action and Participate

"Gentlemen this is an official event surge We've ever had a surge this needs to be yet Everybody listening You need to participate I told you we don't just sit here like a stiff and wine and complain and show but if there we need action Joe Manchin's number and his Washington office is two O two two two four three 9 5 four two O two two two four three 9 5 four Kirsten cinemas number in Washington two O two two to four four 5 two one two O two two two four four 5 two one I'll repeat it a little later Again I want you to be quite civil ladies and gentlemen We're not like the left Civil polite but firm And concise Vote no on the Marxist social engineering Bill If they say well you're not from our states say yeah well I can contribute to anybody I wish Still America In this bill will affect me regardless of where I live and my family I don't want a fundamental transformation of our economic system or our governing system And that's exactly what this does because Joe Biden said

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Stacey Lennox: Democrats Are Already Crafting Their Excuse to Losing in the Midterms

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 4 d ago

Stacey Lennox: Democrats Are Already Crafting Their Excuse to Losing in the Midterms

"Anyway how do you know that Democrats think they will lose the House majority in the midterm she writes Because they are already crafting the excuse And they have Stacey Abrams who cause lies about her race in Georgia but that's okay She's allowed to deny an election What do you think about that Liz I bet Liz Cheney is no problem at all But about Benny Benny Johnson the chairman of the committee is he concerned about that No not in the least it's Benny Everyone knows Benny Once again Abrams was confident she could be the governor of Georgia and would have been if not for voter suppression of course Then the Senate majority leader such as he is schmuck E Chuck E. Schumer brought S 27 47 also known as the freedom to vote act up for a cloture vote Republicans filibustered the bill unanimously voting against it Because they're obviously all white supremacist who support Jim Crow I want you to listen to this The bill is senator Joe Manchin so called compromise bill to replace the for the people act When you hear it as a compromise bill you may assume Republicans were on board according to Jason sneed executive director the honest elections project mansions only compromises were between the left and the radical left Just like HR one this bill overrides state voter ID requirements Bans election integrity measures for absentee voting makes it harder for states to maintain updated accurate voter registration roles This is the mansion you see the moderate compromise I don't trust this guy mansion I don't trust this guy

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The Myth of the Clinton Budget Surplus

The Dan Bongino Show

03:01 min | 5 d ago

The Myth of the Clinton Budget Surplus

"Again for regular listeners my podcast this is the kind of thing you're probably gonna be like Gary goes again with the Clinton surplus It's something I used to talk about all the time The Bill Clinton alleged surplus in the budget You remember that For those of you who are alive back then and I was 93 through 2000 You remember the Bill Clinton years And one of the things that left wing media hacks were so proud of in the Clinton years is you remember this one Jim Clinton man he ran a surplus in the budget For the first time we had more money We had more money than we were spending You doubt me for the younger folks who listen to my show I know we do well in that younger demo Thank you to you younglings out there We appreciate your attention I'd like you to just go and put that in a search engine on your phone Put Clinton surplus You can read thousands tens of thousands of articles about the Clinton surplus Proving to you yet again that the media will lie to your face Why Because there is no such thing It doesn't exist Why does this relate to Biden lying to you about the $3.5 trillion bill costing nothing Follow me I promise it'll make sense in you So in order to make this easy I went to a statistics site I didn't go to a partisan site on purpose I went to statista dot com It's a statistics site They don't have a political agenda It is simply statistics taken from the government and everywhere else Everybody got that It's not a right leaning sight so that a left leaning site It is a number site It's a two plus two equals four We don't really care about your opinion site So I want this to teach the dot com Now if you put in a search engine matter of fact liberals go to your favorite one Go to Google which you swear is like some big truth to the communists at Google You swear by it's your golden calf God Just put in there Clinton's surplus and read all the articles about oh my gosh Clinton my gosh this is amazing He had so much money There was a government surplus So I asked you this when I go to statista dot com And I pull up the Clinton presidency years 93 through 2000 right When I pull them up I notice this pattern with the national debt So now simple common sense household math would tell you what folks if you had a debt say you had a $100,000 in debt And every year you ran over with your expenses $10,000 You'd be adding 10,000 to the debt Bad for getting interest for a moment just in simple numbers that in ten years you'd have 200,000 in debt I know liberals let me do the math slow That's 10,000 plus 10,000 plus 10,000 on ten times okay So you'd add you would then add a $100,000 more in debt right Everybody getting that the liberals I know we gotta do this slow I'm very sorry You had a 100,000 you added 10,000 a year for ten years You have 200,000 a day That's how that works Forget interest for a second Okay I got to keep this simple There are Democrats listening So in the Clinton years if he was running a surplus every single year and whenever ran a deficit but was running a government surplus then how is it that these numbers never go down and only

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Biden Doubles Down on Bold-Faced Lie About His $3.5 Trillion Bill Costing 'Zero'

The Dan Bongino Show

02:12 min | 5 d ago

Biden Doubles Down on Bold-Faced Lie About His $3.5 Trillion Bill Costing 'Zero'

"Showing Here is Biden just openly lying to you again like the media is lying to you about there's a vaccine mandated Fox even though they know it's not true Here's Biden saying a $3.5 trillion bill is not only now he's doubling down on the likes he has no respect for you Not only is he saying it's going to cost you nothing Now he's saying this is great Not only is it going to cost you it's going to be a tax cut You're going to make money off this Here check this out Cost of the build back better Bill in terms of adding to the deficit is zero Zero Zero Because we're going to pay for it all In addition to that half of it is a tax cut Okay go eat something I don't have a cut coming for a while I want surprise you I promise When I see your head yeah you got some You got some time here Whatever you eat there go grab some Looks good Is it what a burger That's all I want to know It's not chicken fried steak when you are a Texan now Your New York bona fides are done Don't even go back to New York They won't even let you back in It's a good thing consider that a badge of honor So there he is Biden openly lying to again and as I said in the opening segment of the show you don't lie like this to people if you respect them If you care about them you only lie to people like that when you have a hatred in your heart for them You have zero respect for them right Now Biden knows full well that the $3.5 trillion percuss bankruptcy Bill which will bankrupt a bankrupt us and cause inflation like you've never seen before in your lifetime It'll cause a flood of 3.5 trillion brand new printed dollars in digital dollars to chase goods that don't exist I'm just asking you liberals out there even though your skulls are quite thick For a second to just digest something kind of in a common sense nugget If you're already acknowledging we don't have stuff It's locked up in ports because Biden couldn't figure out how to get people to work and truckers the truck and longshoreman to do it because he's anti supply side and supply side services If we don't have a lot of stuff now and there's shortages Do you think printing 3.5 trillion more dollars to chase stuff that doesn't exist What do you think that's going to do

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"bill bar" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:57 min | 10 months ago

"bill bar" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We're told by folks on both sides of the conversation that he did resign and it was a his choice, not anyone else's. We continue to do reporting and ask questions, But both sides say certainly emphatically that it was an amicable parting that you know whatever. The president's complaints have been in recent weeks and months. That was not what drove this particular decision on this particular day, and that's all we have to go on. Really, though those kind of disagreements between the president and Bill Bar Bill Bar kind of made this splash on the stage right after Robert Mueller presented his report, and that was kind of the first big exposure that a lot of people had to build bar, at least in the Trump administration. And from then on, you know, Bill Bar had been kind of accused of doing the president's bidding on a lot of things. He was a very big supporter of him. But even still, when it came down to things looking into the Russia probe, the Durham report and even backing him on the election that the election was stolen. Those air big splits between the attorney general and Donald Trump. And you know, a lot of the president's complaints have been about things that bar essentially would not do for him during the campaign, meaning, you know, announced investigations or say that he had found significant voter fraud, though they're obviously very important things in the president's mind that bar different, but it's It's an amazing arc. If you think about that relationship Bar was for most of the two years he's been the attorney general, the president's most effective and most out spoken Cabinet member and You could really see it falling off in the relationship and the last month or so really, primarily because of the election. What is this safe or the legacy of Bill Bar as attorney general? I mean, it's just a weird situation. I get it. The administration is going to be ending pretty soon, but you can't hold out one month. I don't know that just kind of keeps playing in my head. Like what made it so urgent that you just had to get out right now. It's a great question, and I think part of what the curiosity is inside the Justice Department and even among you know, former Justice Department officials is what's going to happen at the Justice Department in the next month. Are there going to be a large number of pardons or parts of controversial cases like For example, the Russia investigation cases or other cases that would displease her anger. People of the Justice Department. You know, there's been folks advocating for a pardon for Julian Hassan's of Wikileaks. Advocating for a pardon of Edward Snowden, the former N s a contractor. And I think one of the big questions that remains to be answered is Do we end up seeing the types of pardons that Bill Bar will be glad he Wasn't there to have to deal with or answer questions about because that's part of their obviously completely the president's prerogative. But we just don't know. And that's I think one of the big unanswered questions as we head into sort of this last month of the Trump administration, you're listening to the Daily Dive Weekend edition. I'm Oscar Ramirez and we'll be right.

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"bill bar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:07 min | 11 months ago

"bill bar" Discussed on KTOK

"Bank guarantee to me this value I was Bill Bar received by his colleagues and his subordinates and the Justice Department. My understanding and some of things I read the article even is that morale was down at the Department of Justice for some time to people felt like they weren't being heard things like that. Think bar, especially toward the end of his time, had a very strange relationship with a lot of the folks at the Justice Department, not his inner circle, obviously, but the rank and file that the career prosecutors he gave Ah speech in September, which is still Pretty jarring when you read it, just talking about how career officials were themselves, often acting politically and with port motives of wrong motives, and I just never seen a leader of an agency. Publicly attack the employees of that agency while he was still here, she was still running that agency. That's just an incredibly strange thing to do. And the relationship between bar and a lot of this department employees was very strange, some of them Letters during the election campaign public letters to the newspapers denouncing Bill Bar, which is pretty much unheard off. It's been a tough time for morale. I'd say if the department for the last year so and I think there's a fair bit of relief among current former officials that he's leaving even a little bit early. One of the big riffs between Bill Bar and President Trump was that he didn't announce that there was any investigation into Hunter Biden, Joe Biden's son for failing to report income and China things with Mariza, But there's a lot of stuff going on there. What does this mean? Or the incoming, you know, head of the Department of Justice that Joe Biden's pick for attorney general. How does all this kind of impact and kind of flow into that? Well, it's been a really interesting process to watch the Biden transition. Folks seemingly struggled to pick an attorney general candidate. You know, the attorney general is a big enough job that it's usually picked earlier in this process, and all our reporting is that they are still Working on it as they've been working on it for weeks now, and I think whoever the next attorney general is going to have one very tough confirmation flight because I think both parties understand the importance of that job and how The ability of whoever the attorney general is to steer or stop. Investigations can be so key in Washington and in government into once they're confirmed. They're gonna have a huge task ahead of them in terms of improving morale, restoring some confidence in the public's perception of the Justice Department and sort of ending some of these battles that have been raging both in and around the Justice Department for the last four years. Devlin Barrett, National Security reporter at the Washington Post. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having me after novel Coronavirus has been with us for about a year now. We have vaccines rolling out and know a lot about the virus that is wreak havoc on the world. But we still have many questions. It's a virus. Of contrast, it's dangerous enough to send some people to the hospital and kill over 1.6 million people worldwide. Mild enough for many to recover quickly or be asymptomatic. For more on what we know about current fires One year in will speak to Andrew Joseph, reporter at Stat News experts have talked about how it's hard to communicate to the public about a virus that you know one in five people who get it will show no symptoms at all. Where is like the same portion of people will get severely second need to be hospitalized in a portion of them will die. It just show the huge array of both severity of disease and also what that disease look like. We typically think of this as the rest Victorian fiction, which it is, but there's also Evidence that it can damage people's hearts there get into their G. I tract and can even you know there's neurological and psychiatric effects well in some people, So it's not just one thing, and I think that's been one of the challenges about trying toe sort of help. People understand what's going on. Yeah, that's one of the important distinctions there that it's not just a respiratory disease because it does get all over the body in some cases. And as we mentioned, there's a lot of inflammation in the body that happens as a result of what's going on. And this is what makes people to have these underlying health conditions. He's co morbidity is this is what makes him more susceptible to that, so that's one of the big major things about it. People probably know by now that like age is a big risk factor. The older you are, the more likely you are to get severe illness and as you mentioned underlying health conditions, and basically what that does is, that means you're immune system can't sort of mount as quick of a response and sort of almost like, paradoxically, that makes it more likely that your muses, and it's going to get into this dangerous overdrive because it has these initial thoughts. Sort of. What it tries to do is that it overcompensates for those initial thoughts, so that's kind of when people can get nearly six One of the other things that you mentioned just a little bit ago to was this whole notion about the infectious period and being a symptomatic That's one of the things that this virus has had kind of in its back pocket. Really, That's helped it spread so much this whole point of Being asymptomatic and still being able to spread. It has been a real problem for everybody. People probably remember. Other Corona viruses have kind of crossed over from animals into people in the past couple of decades, the original SARS virus and something called MERS and those air, more serious diseases..

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"bill bar" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"bill bar" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You know, it's the challenge of getting this out to people getting it to the people who need it most right away and meeting the demand that we know we're gonna have and the United States and also in the world. Sarah over mall Healthcare reporter at Politico. Thank you very much for joining us. Oh, I thank you for having me big political news this week as Attorney General Bill Bar has called it quits. Put in his resignation and will leave shortly before Christmas. About a month before the Biden administration will take over the relationship between Bill Bar and President Trump has sowed in the last few months, especially after Bar said there was no widespread election fraud. Maurin bill bars last days and what his legacy is in the Department of Justice will speak to Devlin Barrett, National Security reporter at The Washington Post. We're told by folks on both sides of the conversation that he did resign and it was a his choice, not anyone else's. We continue to do reporting and ask questions, But both sides say it's early emphatically that it was an amicable parting that you know whatever. The president's complaints have been in recent weeks and months. That was not what drove this particular decision on this particular day, and that's all we have to go on. Really, though those kind of disagreements between the president and Bill Bar Bill Bar kind of made this splash on the stage right after Robert Mueller presented his report, and that was kind of the first big exposure that a lot of people had to build bar, at least in the Trump administration. And from then on, you know, Bill Bar had been kind of accused of doing the president's bidding on a lot of things. He was a very big supporter of him, but even still when it came down to things looking into the Russia probe, the Durham report And even backing him on the election that the election was stolen. Those air big splits between the attorney general and Donald Trump. And you know, a lot of the president's complaints have been about things that bar essentially would not do for him during the campaign, meaning, you know, announce investigations or say that he had found significant voter fraud, though they're obviously very important things in the president's mind that bar different, but it's It's an amazing arc. If you think about that relationship bar was for Most of the two years he's been the attorney general, the president's most effective and most out spoken Cabinet member, and you could really see a falling off in the relationship in the last month or so, really, primarily because of the election. Is this safe for the legacy of Bill Bar as attorney general? I mean, it's just a weird situation. I get it. The administration is going to be ending pretty soon, but you can't hold out one month. I don't know that just kind of keeps playing in my head. Like what made it so urgent that you just had to get out right now. It's a great question, and I think part of what the curiosity is inside the Justice Department and even among you know, former Justice Department officials is what's going to happen at the Justice Department in the next month. Are there going to be a large number of pardons or parts of controversial cases like For example, the Russia investigation cases or other cases that would displease her anger. People of the Justice Department. You know, there's been folks advocating for a pardon for Julian Hassan's of Wikileaks. Advocating for pardon of Edward Snowden, Those former N s a contractor, and I think one of the big questions that remains to be answered is do we end up seeing the types of pardons that Bill Bar will be glad he Wasn't there to have to deal with or answer questions about because that's part of their obviously completely the president's prerogative. But we just don't know. And that's I think one of the big unanswered questions as we head into sort of his last month of the Trump administration. You're listening.

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"bill bar" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"bill bar" Discussed on KGO 810

"Tom Hamburger was one of the authors of this where he talks about the religion. Casati of Bill Bar. A very, very conservative Catholic, which informs a lot of the views that he has, especially on social issues on homosexuality. You know that sort of thing, but he was never a member of Opus Dei. He hey, hired as a speech writer, a guy who later became an opus Dei priest. He kept in contact with him. Hey has been there. He served on the Board of Catholic Information Center, which featured priest from Opus Dei. But Bill Bar has never been a member of Opus Dei, and they've even issued a statement that state that he has never been a member of their organization. So I just want to make that clear. Yeah, if you ever liked the biography, the definitive biography of Bill Bar, Be sure to mention that he's from the West Side of Manhattan. His father was the head of the Dalton school. Why is the Dalton School in New York famous Because it gave us Jeffrey Epstein Bill Dad is the one who thought Jeffrey Ft would be the greatest math teacher he could bring over to the adult school. It's just It's just remarkable. Right. All of the strange of byways in in bars career he was a very close friend of Jonathan Turley. To which I didn't know until today. I mean, It's true. I mean, all of these players, it just seems like that's incestuous. All of these various relationships they have. Well, listen, we're at a time we ran a little bit late, So I'm gonna let you run. But I want to thank you so much. David Katz for coming on talking with us about Bill Barr and his kind of his legacy. I mean, I think he's leaving this position in a real Shadow of shame, But he protected himself with that lickspittle letter that he sent to the president. And so at least he's not gonna have death threats from some of those crazy followers of Donald Trump. Well, we'll see what happens next month. But let's hope that there isn't an agenda for the DOJ over the next month, which is something that bar wouldn't put his name on. Let's assume that I hope they're not trying to get This new crew in the next month. Trump to do something that even bar wouldn't do it. You know, even bar would do it. That's pretty scary. It's pretty scary. Thank you, David. Kate. I will talk with you soon. Great to be with you, Pat. You bet. And follow David Katz on Twitter. David Katz Law at David Katz Law. I'm Patterson will be right back on KGO Don't risk selling your home with just any agent called Bob in Sandy Jamison. The Jamieson team with Toscana Properties, Armstrong and getting.

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"bill bar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"bill bar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Way no Bill bar exited there is exiting the Trump administration. We found that courtesy. The president yesterday tweeted about it. They seem to be parting on good terms. We talked about that. But something else interesting happened yesterday involving the Justice Department and I can't help but think All of these events were connected. Because earlier in the day prior to us, finding out that Bill Bar was resigning and that he will conclude his work on December 23rd. We got a report out of the Fox news Channel. Some bread bear tweet this yesterday, he wrote U. S Attorney John Durham, who eggy Bill Bar Tap to investigate the origins of the Trump Russia probe is expanding his team. By adding additional prosecutors and is making quote excellent progress, according to a federal law enforcement official familiar with the situation. And here I am ery thinking now, in retrospect. Was that federal law enforcement official Attorney General Bill Bar or one of his or one of his press guys speaking to Brett yesterday or anybody at the Fox News Channel, because You know, it might be a way of Bill bar kind of expressing on his way out the door. Look, I'm not failing the American people here We are pursuing justice. And just so everybody knows I can't get into the details of the term investigation. But I can say this Davis hired a bunch of new prosecutors and you don't hire prosecutors unless you're looking to prosecute. And again, I I just having been let down for four years thinking that, you know, Okay, the swamp's going to finally get theirs. You know, Justice will finally be done for everything that was done to President Trump With the moment he came down that escalator for all of the wrongs for all of his rights that were subverted and violated. We're finally gonna get some kind of justice. I'm still waiting. Yeah, and more clearly, I'm still waiting. And, more importantly, all of our rights that were subverted by this crisis. I mean, because you know, the President, of course, is a stand in for all of the people who supported him and for a country That expects a government not to abuse the power we've estimate. So this is this is of paramount importance. This Durham investigation Now as a special counsel, I got to say one of you know, we're kind of all await what's occurring here? Mary, Pessimistic me optimistic. But in the end both of us kind of you. This is a mixed bag. Who knows what will happen, But here's the thing that needs to happen going forward, and you're not going to get it out of most reporters, But you at least should get out of some get it out of some and any within the sound of my boys to take this advice. These questions that should be asked off Joe Biden or absolutely Essential. Think about how you would question Trump Think about how reporters have questioned from When it comes to a special counsel investigation. The obvious questions rise to the top, right, Mary, which is Will you protect the special counsel? Will you protect the independence of the Justice Department? Will you interfere in this investigation? Will you pardon your son? Who is actively under federal investigation. Will you honor the commitments you made during the campaign not to interfere with the actions of the Justice Department. Those were all very relevant questions. Most reporters have absolutely no interest in asking. Yeah, that there are a lot of questions again and I sit here and wait going to grow old again. Schwarzkopf invaded and free to country and like a three weeks and we can't get any kind of justice and four years and the swamp is coming back with a vengeance of vengeance. And a lot of these people that we're talking about the Bidens bringing into his administration. Their names are in front of door. And all of that could have been prevented. And now it's gonna be a big mess. Thank you. If anything happens, I don't know. We'll say it's 5 51 hears all rushed around 80 middle school teacher.

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"bill bar" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

06:12 min | 11 months ago

"bill bar" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"To Attorney General Bill Bar, saying there was no widespread fraud. Well. And in response to Attorney General Bill Bar. I guess he's the next one to be fired since he now, too, says There's no fraud. Trump seems to fire anyone in that regard. The president may be a little frustrated with what's going on legally speaking, but I don't think bill bars in danger of being fired, at least not yet, Mr Barr told The Associated Press. That allegations of particular arised in closed quotes, fraud with some that potentially quote, cover a few 1000 votes and quote Are being explored. Keep That in mind is the backdrop for the fact that President Trump is down 150,000 plus votes in Michigan, 80,000 votes Orm or in Pennsylvania. And at least 20,000 in Wisconsin. As for the idea that voting machines were compromised, Mr Barr said, that quote The feds have looked into that, and so far we haven't seen anything to substantiate that. And quote 809 239385 809 23 w. D. T K, But that's that mean it's time to make Bill Bar the bad guy. I'd hold off on that, at least for the time being After the phones, we go pans, listening to the program in ST Clair Shores Pan. Thanks so much for the call. Well, you're welcome. Thanks for taking my call. You know, I'm a little surprised. It's Sydney Powell's comments. But, you know, I shouldn't say I'm surprised. I mean, she's a frustrated as Everyone else in the country who voted for Trump, and she's had it just like everyone else has had. And we're always asked. Oh, just be patient. Just be patient. We've been patient since What since Forever with the Clintons since the eighties, when it started with Whitewater, we were told, I'll just be patient well, she's lost her patients and especially after the comments from Bill Bar. I never trusted the guy to begin with if it's off the Internet now, but it used to be on the Internet, where he was praising Rod Rosenstein Stein to the hilt. At his retirement party. When I saw that and heard those words, I thought this guy's This guy's a rat of the biggest order. Some Sydney's just frustrated and she's had it and their patience has run out, and she's very passionate, and she knows a lot of details about what's gone on. And all the fraud and her patience has run out. Well, Pam, I hear what you're saying, and thanks so very much for calling the program to make the point whether her patience has run out or not, and all of the obstacles he may be facing from the swamp creatures. Is Izzy relevant? And let me say it's irrelevant because it is Sidney Powell, who told us she had the kind of proof that was going to blow this thing wide open and her remarks today at that press conference. Telling Georgians that they may want to withhold their votes in the January 5th runoff election. They're not helpful. There it cross purposes with what the president is trying to accomplish it, protecting the United States by holding on to two very important Senate seats, and as for Linwood, another highly respected attorney that supposedly has attached himself to the president's cause. He's declared that during this press conference law, Flor and Purdue should quote earn their votes. The voters votes quote, they've got to earn it. They've got to demand publicly repeatedly, consistently. Brian Kim call a special session of the Georgia Legislature. In quote that's his way of saying when it comes to con testing for The Senate seats. You first must acknowledge the massive fraud and illegality of not irregularities that have taken place here in Georgia. Well, yeah, that may sound good. It may sound high in terms of principle, but it's a recipe for disaster. If you want to hang on to control of the Senate, and so we need to find out exactly what this is really all about. 809 239385 809 to 3 W. D D K feel free to call me and talk with me about these or any of the other topics, news or stories that we're dealing with on the program, some of the other testimony with which we were dealing When it comes to these hearings that are being held, like the one being held in Michigan tonight, featuring Rudy Giuliani, speaking two of the Michigan House have been held across the country and other places, questioning the use of electronic equipment of one sort or another, And rightly so. As we're hearing conflicting, if not contradictory information about whether or not these voting machines that were used or actually reliable, one engineer was asked whether or not these machines had any integrity. With regard to their use and statements made by the former Department of Homeland Security director Chris Krebs, who said this Was among the most secure elections in election history in the country. One of the former officials of the United States government, the gentleman named Chris Krebs. Former DHS official shortly after the election. He made an announcement that many of these people refusing to take a look at any evidence are relying on what did he say? Um, Mr Krebs was the director of sister DHS. And he basically said that this election was the most secure in history, the most what most secure the most secure in history and partially. That was because the states.

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"bill bar" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"bill bar" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Late this week. I'm Jamie Dupri in Washington. Speaking by telephone this morning on Fox News, President Trump said his Supreme Court nomination will come after them. Auriol Services for Justice. Ginsburg respect We should wait till the service is over for Justice Ginsburg and so we're looking probably a Friday or maybe Saturday that would come just ahead of next Tuesday's first presidential debate, The Supreme Court today announced his Ginsberg's body will lie in states at the U. S Capital on Friday. She'll be the first woman ever to have that honor to be bear than alongside her husband. At Arlington National Cemetery early next week. Attorney General Bill Bar today announcing more than $100 million in federal grants to help combat human trafficking in this country, spoke at a round table here in Atlanta and said the funding will help law enforcers and support services for victims. Aside from financial support, the Justice Department will continue to use the full force of the law. And our enforcement resource is to investigate, prosecute and punish the people behind this criminal scourge. Senior presidential advisor and daughter Ivanka Trump governor and Mrs Camp also part of this event, along with Tim Tebow, was there today to newer three update on the collapse of an under construction parking deck in midtown, which left more than a half dozen workers injured. There are still More questions than answers about the 3000 space parking garage for Emory Hospital is on hold while experts from the city OSHA subcontractor Metro Mon and Third Party forensic and Structural engineers search for what caused two collapses in two days. Jason with Soco with bets and cook Construction tells me currently we have a stop work order in place, so there's no further construction is happening right now. What we're doing is Trying to figure out what happened and find a safe path to move forward. And Atlanta fire spokesman says a construction problem not a faulty design was to blame for the first collapse of a concrete column on the 11th floor. Veronica Waters 95.5 ws WSB news time 303 Way.

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"bill bar" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"bill bar" Discussed on WTOP

"Attorney General Bill Bar is defending the just department's involvement in a lawsuit against President Trump Up I'II. Jean Carroll, who accuses him of raping her in the mid 19 nineties in an exclusive with NBC Nightly News Bar says Under federal law, it is not particularly unusual for DOJ to step in when an elected government official is sued civilly in courts. NBC's Pete Williams spoke with bar You explain why the Justice Department has decided To take over the defense in this libel case involving the president. Has done frequently. It's been done for presidents. It's been done for Congressman. The normal process was followed in this particular case you're talking about, and there's a particular cases that are right on point. Critics say the president is using the full power of the federal government to delay these legal proceedings in which he would have to submit a DNA sample and sit for a deposition. The president denies raping Carol The Trump Administration continues backing up their response to protest Ng in big cities like Portland. Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf, in a speech says he does not believe they overstepped their authority by sending in federal agents, adding the civil unrest in downtown Portland ranks among the top threats facing the US Today the department is resisting the civil unrest is gripping certain cities across the country. Let me be clear those who seek to undermine our democratic institutions indiscriminately, destroy our businesses and attack. Our law enforcement officers.

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"bill bar" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"bill bar" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"What is happening here is Jerry Nadler, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. Reaming. The Attorney General Bill bar are trying really can't hide behind legal fictions this time, Mr Barr. It's all out in the open, where people can see what you're doing for themselves. President wants footage for his campaign ads. And you appear to be serving it up to him as ordered. In most of these cities, the protests had begun to wind down before you marched in and confront the protesters. The protesters aren't mobs, their mothers and veterans, mayors. In this moment, really, leadership would entail deescalation collaboration and looking for ways to peaceably resolve our differences, instead used pepper spray and truncheons on American citizens. And now you're projecting fear and violence nationwide in pursuit of obvious political objectives. Shame on you, Mr Barr, Jamon you folks every bit of that. It's just not true. It's all out of the open. People can see what you're doing for themselves. The president wants footage for his campaign ads, and you appear to be serving it up to him. As though it's all peaceful out there. Yeah, there's just no mobs. There's mothers. They're veterans. Their mayor's. There aren't any mothers. There aren't any veterans. These air people that are actors. They are paid their antifa. They are black lives matter, and they're all being paid, and they're putting on different uniforms, different T shirts and some want to look like veterans toe look like mothers. But they are all violent Leftist and the American protesters in association with the Democrat Party. Bill Bar is not creating these protests. He's not creating the video. It's the Democrats who are trying to suppress the video and make it look like something that it isn't I mean, this is what I meant when I said it is surreal, and it's difficult to describe Because there is a reality that you can see. It's staring you in the face and right to your face. These Democrats are attempting to redefine what's going on. Bill Bar is responsible for the violence to give Donald Trump campaign ad video. From the W. Y O D 24 hour traffic.

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"bill bar" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"bill bar" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The Tom Hartman program is the molar report or reading from page fifty. They're talking about the this is under the section intrusions targeting the administration of us elections. The GRU you is the Russian intelligence service or a Russian intelligence service, Jerry, you officers redacted by Bill bar, scans state and local websites for their abilities. For example, over a two day period in July twenty sixteen. GRU officers redacted by Bill bar for vulnerabilities on websites of more than two dozen states. And then the rest of the page and all the footnotes are redacted age fifty one, the top paragraph is redacted similar redacted for vulnerabilities continued throughout the election. In seven four four five five also sent spear phishing emails to public officials involved in election administration and personnel companies involved in voting technology, excuse me in August twenty sixteen g R you officers targeted employees of redacted avoiding technology company, that develops software used by numerous US counties to manage voter rolls and installed malware on the company network. Similarly in November twenty sixteen the year you spent spent spear phishing emails to over one hundred twenty Email account used by Florida county officials responsible for administering the 2016 US election, the spear phishing, emails, contained an attached word document, coated with malicious software commonly referred to as a Trojan that permitted the GR you to access the in fact in computer, the FBI was separately responsible for this investigation. We understand the FBI believes that this operation, enable, the GR you to gain access to the network of at least one Florida county government office, did not independently. Verify that, that belief and as explained above did not undertake investigative steps that would have been necessary to do so d- Trump campaign and the dissemination of hack materials. The Trump campaign showed interest in WikiLeaks is release of hacked materials throughout the summer and fall of twenty sixteen and the rest of that page is redacted page fifty to the top half of the page is redacted on June. This is conflict contacts with the campaign about WikiLeaks. On June twelve twenty sixteen Assange claim to televise interview to quote have emails, relating to Hillary Clinton, which are pending publication and quote, but provided. No additional context indie briefings with the office. Former deputy campaign chairman, Rick gates said that redacted gates recalled candidate Trump in generally frustrated that the Clinton emails up in found Paul Manafort, who would later become campaign chairman redacted by Bill bar, and then the, the footnotes on that page redacted to moving along to page fifty three Michael Cohen, former executive vice president of the Trump organization special counsel to Donald J Trump told the office that he recalled an incident in which he was in candidate trumps office in Trump Tower. And then the rest of that is redacted going further told the office that after WikiLeaks, subsequent releases stolen DNC emails in July twenty sixteen candidate Trump said to Cohen something to the effect of, and then that part is redacted by Bill bar according to gates manner. Afford expressed excitement about the release redacted by Bill bar. Manafort, for his part told this office that shortly after WikiLeaks, July, twenty second release Manafort, also spoke with candidate Trump and the rest of that is redacted by Bill bar. Manafort, also redacted by Bill bar wanted to be kept appraised of any of any redacted by Bill bar pitch, fifty three oh of any development with WikiLeaks and separately told gates to keep in touch redacted by Bill bar about future WikiLeaks releases according to gates by the late summer of two thousand sixteen the Trump campaign was planning to press strategy campaign, a communications campaign, and messaging based on the possible release of Clinton emails by Wiki leaks redacted by Bill bar, while Trump and gates drive into the LaGuardia Airport redacted by Bill bar shortly after the call candidate Trump told gates, more releases of damaging information would becoming next paragraph redacted by. Bill bar, the next paragraph redacted, the next paragraph redacted Coursey is an author who holds a doctorate in political science in two thousand sixteen. Coursey also worked for the media outlet WorldNet daily, and then the rest of page fifty four as redacted by Bill bar page fifty five first paragraph redacted by Bill bar. Course he told the officer in interviews that he must have previously discussed Assange with Malik redacted by Bill bar redacted by Bill bar. According to Malik Corsi asked into put Coursey in touch with Santorum Coursey wished to interview Malik recall. Of course, he also suggested that individuals in the orbit of UK politician Nigel Faraj might be able to contact Assange, Nasc Malik, new them, toll car see that he would think about the request but made no actual attempt to connect Coursey with Assange and the rest of page fifty five is redacted age fifty six Malik stated to investigators the beginning in or about August twenty sixteen. He of course he had multiple FaceTime. Discussions with WikiLeaks redacted by Bill bar ad made a connection to Assange and that, and that the leaked and that the hacked emails are John Podesta would be released prior to election day. It would be helpful to the Trump campaign in one conversation inner around August or September twenty sixteen. Of course, he told Malik that the release of the pedestrian emails coming, after which, quote, we are going to be in the driver's seat. And then the rest of that page is redacted by Bill Maher Bill bar page fifty seven the entire page fifty seven is redacted by Bill bar..

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"bill bar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

09:58 min | 2 years ago

"bill bar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The attorney general Bill bar before the Senate Judiciary committee. CBS news writes, the following quote, a define attorney general defended the way he oversaw the release of special counsel, Robert Muller's report his appearance. Follow the revelation yesterday that Muller had confronted bar about his public characterization of the report. And there is this from. Fox News, quote, attorney general Bill bar firing back Democrats who for weeks have called his integrity into question over his handling of special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia report suggesting during a testy Capitol Hill hearing that they were only using the issue to score political points ahead of the twenty twenty election in advising that the DOJ's rolled in. The controversy is quote now over we will break it all down, but be begin with a portion of the attorney general's opening statement during my confirmation process. There were two concerns that dominated as I think, you will all agree. The first was whether I would in any way, impede or Kerr tale. Special counsels Muller's investigation and the second whether I would make public his final report as you say Bob Muller was allowed to to complete his work as he saw fit. And as for the report, even though the applicability regulations require that the report is to be made to the G, and is to remain confidential and not be made public. I told this committee that I intended to exercise whatever discretion I had to make as much of the report available to the public and to congressional leaders as I could consistent with the law. This has been done. I ride at the department on February fourteenth. And shortly thereafter, I asked it to be communicated to Bob Muller stain that Improperia the report. We requested that they make it. So he could readily identify sixty material. So we could quickly process. The report did you tell the public what sixty six as grand jury material that cannot be made public. It's prohibited by statute, and I wanted that identified so we could redact that material and prepare the report for public releases quickly as we could when I ride at the department I found and was eventually briefed in on the investigation. I found that the deputy attorney general and his principal associate deputy at Cal O'Callaghan. We're in regular discussions with the counsel's office had been and they communicated this request and had discussions about that. Both the timing of the report and the nature of the report on March fifth. I met with Bob at the suggestion of the deputy and the principal associate deputy by Muller met with Bob Muller. To to get a readout on what his conclusions would be. On March twenty fifth. And at that meeting. I asked I reiterate it to to special counsel Mahler that in order to to have the shortest possible time before I was in a position to release the report I asked that they identify sixty material. When I received the report on March twenty second, and we were hoping to to have that easily identified the six eight material. Unfortunately, it did not come in that form and it quickly became apparent that. It would take about three or four weeks. To identify that material and other material that have to be redacted. So there was necessarily going to be a gap between the receipt of the report and getting the full report out publicly the deputy, and I. Identified four categories of information that we believe required redaction, and I think you will all know of them. But they were the grand jury materialistic c material information that the intelligence community advised would reveal sensitive sources and methods information that if revealed at this stage would impinge on the investigation or prosecution of related cases and information that would unfairly affect the privacy and reputational interests of peripheral third parties. We want about redacting this material in concert with special counsel's office. We needed their assistance to identify the sixty material in particular. The reductions were all carried out by DOJ lawyers with special counsel lawyers in consultation with intelligence community. Today's hearing began shortly after ten AM with a lunch break it concluded just past three PM. The White House confirming the president did watch the testimony and William bar was scheduled to testify before the House Judiciary committee tomorrow morning. The committee will still need the attorney general will not appear you can watch the hearing live on C span television. And listen to it here on C span radio. Meanwhile, committee chair Senator Lindsey Graham made sure today's appearance before the Senate Judiciary committee got off to a rather explosive start he spent a large part of his opening remarks discussing text messages between former FBI officials Peter Struck and Lisa page to fierce critics have Donald Trump at one point. He dropped the f bomb while quoting one of their exchanges from October nineteenth two thousand sixteen. Trump is an issue. Idiot using the F word. He then apologized to any children listening. Well, look at the FIS a warrant process did Russia provide Christopher Steele information about Trump that turned out to be garbage. That was used to get a warrant on American system said, and if so how did this system or is there a real effort between Papadopoulos and anybody in Russia to use the Clinton emails stolen, stole by the Russians. Or is that thought planet in his mind? I don't know. But we're gonna look. And I can tell you this. If you change the name Joe wanna look to. Everything I just said just substitute Clinton for Trump. See what all of these people will cameras would be saying out here about this as to cooperation in the Clinton investigation. I told you what the Trump people did Tevi of about what the Clinton people did. There was a protective order. For the server. Issued by the house, and there was a request by the State Department to preserve all the information on the server. Paul Cam better after having the protective order. Used a software program called bleach. Bit to white this Email server clean as anybody ever heard of Paul can better. No. Under a protective order from the house to preserve the information. Other requests from the State Department to preserve the information on the server used a bleach bit program. Don't wipe it clean. What happened to him? Nothing. Eighteen devices possessed by secretary Clinton, she used to do business a secretary how many of them were turned over to the FBI not two of them could be turned over because Judith casper took a hammer and destroyed two of them. What happened Dr? Nothing. So the bottom line is were about here for Mr. bar. The results of a two year investigation into the Trump campaign all things Russia the actions, the president took before and after the campaign twenty five million dollars. Forty FBI agents. Appreciate very much what Mr. Muller did for the country. I have read most of the report. For me. It is over. And yet some Democrats criticizing Senator Lindsey Graham for not reading the entire report just over four hundred pages. Eight is available on our website. It's C-SPAN dot or you can type in on the search engine. The Muller report and read all four hundred plus pages, except of course, the redacted versions are the redacted portions of that report. Now, the attorney general noted in his testimony that Robert Muller concluded his investigation without any interference that neither the attorney general nor any other Justice department official overruled the special counsel on any action. He wanted to take the attorney general also defended his decision to step in and clear, the president of obstruction of Justice after Muller presented evidence on both sides. But did not reach conclusion, California Senator Dianne Feinstein is the committee's ranking democrat you still have a situation where a president essentially tries to change. The lawyers account in order to prevent further criticism of himself. Well, that's not a crime..

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"bill bar" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"bill bar" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"General Bill bar defends his handling of the Muller report from the five fifty KFI newsroom. I'm Craig Martin Durga. Contentious Senate hearing today bar said he was surprised that mother did not make a recommendation on obstruction of Justice. We did not understand exactly why the special counsel was not reaching a decision. And when we pressed them on it. He said that his team was still formulating the explanation. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee Lindsay Graham, proclaimed the investigation into Russian meddling and possible collusion by the Trump campaign. Over bar was scheduled to appear at a House Judiciary hearing tomorrow, but word is he's not going to show up. A surprise man is under arrest on child abuse, it assault charges after police say he shot his stepdaughter with a pellet gun because she stole food a thirteen year old girl was taken to Phoenix children's hospital yesterday where she underwent emergency surgery because the pellet hit the outside of her heart is they Jackson. In the night shooting teen on purpose. But did say the girl gets in trouble for stealing food and eating out of the trash after obtaining a search warrant at tickets found the girl lived in deplorable conditions at a nearly empty room that smelled of urine nisei. The girl has not did the school for three years for Tempe. Teens were taken to the hospital the day after taking anti anxiety medication three of the boys fourteen years old, and the others thirteen they were taken to the hospital from layered school in Tempi. It's not know where the boys get the prescription meds valley workers are earning more new figures from the bureau of labor statistics show wages for private industry. Employs are up three point one percent from year ago. Economists Matthew in SCO says that's good news and increasing at a lightly. And I they're paying services. He says the increase in Phoenix wages was slightly above the national average overall western city saw the biggest gains led by Los Angeles. Where payrolls four and a half percent between March of two thousand eighteen and March twenty nineteen taking a look at your money. The Dow dropped one hundred sixty three points to close at twenty six four thirty five fifty KFI news types, five o'clock with a check of east.

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"bill bar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bill bar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Fox news. Bill bar is scheduled to testify on Capitol Hill this coming week. He's expected to answer questions about Robert mothers Russia investigation and President Trump's actions outlined in the Muller report. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham chairs the Senate Judiciary committee. It's over for me. He didn't collude with Russians obstruction of Justice in this situation is absurd. I fought hard as hell to make sure Muller could do his job introduce legislation to make sure he couldn't be fired is over Graham on CBS's Face the nation. Hundreds of people gathered Sunday night for a vigil to honor the victims of Saturday's synagogue shooting in how wake California the rabbi says he received a phone call from President Trump the old system behalf of the United States of America. And we spoke about the moment of silence, and he spoke about his love of peace, and Judaism and Israel. And he was just so comforting the nineteen year old suspect is expected to appear in court later this week a group trapped in a cave makes it out alive. Six men decided to go camping over the weekend and cyclops cave and Cleveland Virginia. That's in the south western part of the state above the nine miles of underground caverns. Heavy rains fell inundating parts of the cave and trapping the group the following day. Rescue crews responded and pulled them out one by one all said to be suffering from fatigue and hypothermia. Tom Graham, Fox News in maybe close to striking a trade deal. The New York Times reports Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says trae talks are at a critical point an American delegation heads to Beijing Monday. Chinese officials are then expected to come to Washington next week to possibly conclude the negotiations the US and China have been locked in a tree dispute for months, and that's impacting global markets..

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"bill bar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bill bar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Today again Bill bar saying. Yeah, there spying going on. I guess you'd be I think there was spying did occur. Yes. I think spying that occurred. Well, let me question is whether it was predicated adequately predicated, and I'm not suggesting predicated, but I need to explore that. Me like when my wife asked me if I've been drinking with my, friends and neighbors. Well, I could. You could save drinking. Did it curb? Remember what predicated the drinking is what you need to the predicated was warranted? In new you understand the culture in overtime. I didn't want the handed it to me. I just felt like I had to I didn't want to be rude. Exactly, right. The pretty mild mannered response to a big bombshell of a story. So again, attorney general Bill bar saying there may have been some shenanigans in the Obama White House spying on the Trump campaign back in two thousand sixteen he followed up with this little bit later on because he kept getting pressed over that answer. I am concerned about it. And I was asked about whether there is any basis for it. And I believe there is a basis for my concern. But I'm not going to discuss the base. And then later on he was asked whether or not he wants to rephrase that what he said, do you want to refrain is what you're doing because I think the word spying could cause everybody in the cable news ecosystem to freak out. And I think it's necessary for you to be precise with your language here you norm. We are. And I want to give you a chance to be especially precise here. I'm not sure if all the. Connotations of that were that you're referring to but unauthorized surveillance. I wanna make sure there was no authorized surveillance. Okay..

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"bill bar" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"bill bar" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I am so glad to be here with you today in my hometown in my home state to announce to serve you as the next president of the United States of America. A rock faces. More than a dozen other Democrats vying for the two thousand twenty presidential nomination attorney general William bar is a busy schedule ahead as he pours through the four hundred page plus Muller report in order to release a redacted version of it by mid April as he promised. Meanwhile, one of President Trump's lawyers Rudy Giuliani blast Democrats for insisting that bar released complete report by April second, you cannot disclose grand jury material it is a crime. Now, they can say April second but Bill bar and rod Rosenstein, I'm not going to jail because they have an unrealistic deadline. So it may may have to go to court and get a court order. So they can release to do it what it would Watergate. So they create these false impressions for the American people. They're like like dishonorable salesman or something. Giuliani appearing today on FOX and friends and the Fox News channel now after Georgia governor, Brian camped assign. What would be one of the nation's most restrictive abortion laws, the Bill would ban the termination of a pregnancy? After a fetal heartbeat is detected which could be as early as six weeks democratic state Representative Erica Thomas warning, the governor not to sign it. You decide this Bill because you did this in your first year because you know, you are done. Two.

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"bill bar" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"bill bar" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Confirm Bill bar as attorney general he's bar confirmation insurance onto legs depending on the answers that he gets on the record. For the record. Could you be a yes? Vote for Bill bar, and what about some of your other democratic colleagues? I think I could be I think that you know, where to stage where we desperately need somebody who will truly stand up for the department as an independent institution. And I do think that he gave a lot of very good signals in that regard and has prior experience and his family's engagement with the department as you know, career a USA's and all of that put him in the right definitional category to be somebody who will stand up for the department. So again, you know, come the real pressures, and you know, Rush Limbaugh on the airwaves about you. And all that other stuff we've seen strong men fail in front of Trump's pressures before. So I wanna ask you about the legal argument about whether a sitting president can be indicted, but you said on CNN just recently that the quotas. We're certainly in a mode of moving toward indictment and charges of the president. What's what's your basis for that? In what? What's that? The question had to do with looking at the Muller investigation from outside and trying to figure out what status that is in. And there's been a little bit of press hysteria about how the investigations wrapping up. Oh, it's winding down over at the tail end of it, which seems to have very little factual foundation to it. And just now you have Rick gates asked to have his sentencing extended because he's cooperating believe in multiple investigation, and you have this heavily heavily redacted Manafort document, which as far as I'm concerned, the there's a rough correlation between the amount of reduction in the amount of continuing investigation. So I think the signals are that it's continuing, and I was in that answer trying to say where do I think they are in their investigation. And that is they are past the stage of there being a case here that's worth pursuing their deep into investigation and prepare. During charges and things like that. But from what I can see they don't have that critical piece of direct evidence that closes the case, they're still working in a large web of circumstantial evidence. So the we in that is putting myself into Muller's head and trying to think where his investigation has given everything we've learned and especially over the last week the New York Times story about the counterintelligence investigation that was launched by the FBI, the Washington Post story about the multiple about the ways in which Trump communicated with Putin with no record whatsoever. Even reading over notes. I mean, is it acceptable at this point to just wait. For Muller doesn't congress have an obligation to step up to the plate here and conduct its own investigation. As far as I can tell Senate Intel has not held a single public. Airing with any fact witness at all so that all the testimony has been concealed from the public. We don't know what they gotten. And if this investigation is going to go on for some time as you're suggesting is that okay with you, just we'll we'll just wait for Muller. You know, the argument could be made that you've outsourced your constitutional responsibility to a official in the executive branch who you who's told you nothing about what he's doing. I think there are some very important baseline questions that we need to answer that should have been answered already. Yeah. We're really exercise of proper congressional oversight instead of Republican congressional bend oversight, which is not good line. Not adequate. And just like, they're probably a lot of them. But just think of these two as kind of openers. We don't know to what extent this president has ongoing business relationships and transactions with Russian figures or Saudi figures for that matter. Right. And you saw how squirrelly bar got when I tried to ask him questions. One. Hearing you ask the Senator was are the president's foreign basically are the president's foreign business interests and entanglements a counterintelligence concern for the FBI and the answer is out for us. Well, the answer the answer, obviously ought to be. Yes..

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"bill bar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"bill bar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"William bar, Bill bar was interesting in that was that would came up which was something we've been talking about yesterday. And I was on Hannity last night talking about it again. And that is the so called counter intelligence investigation that was launched by the FBI, let me kind of lay out the framework, and I got a quick question for Andy. Which is again, I think it's important to differentiate between the counterintelligence and criminal inquiry. But let me let me lay out the scenario here. So we went through all the irregularities down the broadcast yesterday. And then, but let me give you a time sequence. So the James Comey tells the president United States he's not under investigation. Then James call me is fired at the same time. Peter Struck sends a text message in the same week. Peter Struck sends a text message to this is I I've always found this to be interesting to Lisa page saying whether he was going to go over to the special counsel's office to work on the investigation. And he says, you know, I would if I thought there was a there there there's really not a bear there. My gut tells me there's not a bear there. I'm not going to go over. I don't think words to that effect. I ended up he ended up. He does James Comey is fired. So it goes from you're not under investigation to the investigators say I don't think there's anything there there with Russia to James Comey gets fired and then purportedly a counter intelligence investigation is launched against the sitting president of the United States. Yeah. And this counter intelligence investigation would have been launched around the same time that Peter Strock was saying there's no big they're they're so he's the head of counter intelligence saying there's no big they're they're right. But yet he's willing to launch a counterintelligence investigation against the president to try and show and prove that the president is acting as a Russian agent is the main cheering candidates scenario, the most absurd of all scenarios, and what would be again, if in reality much more serious, but Peter Struck says there's no there there does he want to join the special counsel team, which by the way took over that counterintelligence investigation that he started it took it over if there was a new one, but I suspect it took over crossfire hurricane as well. But we still don't know if there was actually a new one put in place, we don't know that Andy again important distinction between counterintelligence and criminal criminal investigation is an investigation. That is aimed at determining whether a crime has been committed specific violation of the US code and there's targets and subjects of those and the purposes to arrest somebody to indict them to convict them into send some to jail. That's what a criminal investigation is a counterintelligence investigation. Generally, the result of the the province of the FBI is to counter foreign intelligence activities within the United States to see if any secrets of the United States are being stolen or compromised or assets. The United States are being used. It's a mission that his fact-finding in nature and doesn't result in in dimes and investigations of the nature have described earlier and could go on for years. So quickly urine. How much news is this gap gathered on Capitol Hill is potential counterintelligence investigation launched at the president. Well, it's getting some the hearings for Bill bar getting more attention today. Jane probably will today and tomorrow. But look those are really the questions that this Turney journal the nominee is going.

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