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NYC Mayor Plays Race Card Amidst Rising Crime

The Larry Elder Show

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

NYC Mayor Plays Race Card Amidst Rising Crime

"The relatively new mayor of New York, Eric Adams, when criticized about rising crime and about him backing up on being tough on crime, he threatened to reestablish the anti gang program and then back down in the wake of activists accusing the gang program of black suppression and crime has gone up and he's followed the same vaccine mandates mask mandates as for criticized by his predecessor Bill de Blasio. And he has resorted to, of course, playing the race card. We need to really stop distorting the news. You know, I'm gonna say this, and you know, I'm not saying it out of hate. I'm sending it out of love. I'm a black man. That's the mayor. But my story has been interpreted by people that don't look like me.

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Mark Davis' Take on Groundhog Day

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Mark Davis' Take on Groundhog Day

"I was just thinking of Mark Davis was speaking to mark his description of that punxsutawney Pennsylvania ceremony with the groundhog. He said it's a bunch of drunk old men with top hats. Whipping around that terrified, ugly vermin creature. And as if somehow, the creature knows whether it's going to be winter or not. It was one of the funniest things don't forget. The old Bill de Blasio worst man in the history of New York, he killed one of them. He dropped punxsutawney, one of the punks of Tony Phillips. So there's that. Democrats, they just can't get anything right.

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

06:00 min | 5 months ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"All right, last couple of minutes here, let's hear from each of you on one more thing or two more things you're watching for from Eric Adams, whether it's appointments, types of policies, issues you want to see him tackle or most interested in seeing him tackle, what are some of the things on Eric Adams played that you're really watching closely or aspects of his administration that you're really looking at here, Harry why don't you why don't you start off? Really keyed in on the schools, which was a place where de Blasio particularly after a fresh Chancellor Carmen farina left sort of explicitly had a broad and ideological vision, he had a lot of backing from The New York Times in particular for that and didn't get very far. Adams and his school's Chancellor David banks have come in rhetorically from a very interesting and different place. Notably one where David max who had his own network of charters that were really aimed at black boys is like we just want better charters just sorry to interrupt. Not charter charter charter yes, but not carefully carefully. Yeah, yeah. Diversity is good integration is good, but the fundamental thing that all parents want is in our fundamental concern that I think this is exactly right or just better schools, not with the mix is within the school, but is my kid going to a decent one. Adams has been emphatic about keeping schools open and against a pressure to this point and that I think may continue to build from the teachers union and from jumana Williams who we've mentioned, miss ready for governor of course, to a slow things down. So I think this is a place where the rhetorical shift is really interesting and as with everything else we're going to find out soon, how that does or does not align with the policies and the results. Christina. Mine is coming from a slightly different vantage point from a black politics point of view. And Harry and I had Adrian Adams and a relation on our podcast last week in cheesy incoming speaker city council. And African American woman for a San African American speaker of state of council. And so it's a complicated dance that Adrian Adams Eric Adams and even Giovanni Williams. Let's just say Giovanni Williams remains public advocate. As African American leaders of New York City, because on the one hand, strategically, sometimes you do need to call people out in public. And then other times, it needs to be back channels. And so I'm curious to see the relationship between the two atoms Adrian and Eric. Because she has a job to do and she has to represent the counsel and represent 9 million New Yorkers as does Eric Adams, but when they clash it's somewhat difficult sometimes for like black people to call out black people in a way because we know that there's the shadow of sort of white press, white people, all these other things. And we saw it with Obama. But on the municipal level, it's somewhat a little more complicated. And so I'll be fascinated to see how the two of them and possibly the three of them negotiate their differences..

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"You know, there's not a class warfare fight he's having. He's like, I'm here to help the working class, but I'm totally fine with the rich people who live here and pay taxes. I think some of this gets at the essence of Eric Adams mayoralty, which is he seems to think that other than the fringes on both sides, really, that he can sort of thread the needle and make almost everyone else kind of happy because one of the best skills he has that was borne out in his victory was that he sort of gets where like most New Yorkers are. Now that doesn't necessarily mean you win a democratic primary where the left can really activate and win, but he, I think he knows that right or wrong on the sort of merits that most New Yorkers do not care about punitive segregation in the jails and believe that people should be safe in jail, they should be safe in the street. There are some people, of course who want to know about the nuances and who care a lot and they do those nuances do matter and the policies do matter. But in terms of him understanding that regular New Yorkers, whether they're really wealthy, middle class working class, whoever they are not concerned about some of these things that we all are paying hyper attention to and that's where the sort of like Twitter doesn't really matter. This that and the other doesn't matter that much as part of his stay focused message, which he wasn't always focused, but I'm focused on what people really care about in their daily lives. Clean, safe streets, good schools, affordable housing, some of these things that he really got. Obviously, Katherine Garcia got that too, and she got a whole bunch of votes. This is sort of his political superpower, which is very basic, and Bill de Blasio didn't quite understand was that if you want to do a lot of these other things, you also have to really deliver city government services and the basics. And so that's going to be fascinating to me is whether he really is focused on running city government well. He's made all these promises about a more efficient government, more government that serves people better. We can get far better results, though de Blasio did not really care about efficiency. He didn't really care that much about effectiveness. I don't think, you know, he just wanted to put a lot of good stuff that he thought good stuff in place. And hopefully help people's lives. You know, and help his own political standing. I think Eric Aaron's both learning from de Blasio and because this is how, you know, he I think thinks is that he wants to run city government really well, and that'll be, that'll be really fascinating to see. The other thing I think just on this question of learning from de Blasio is he has said this, but he vacillates between sort of being more nuanced and magnanimous and being very defensive as some of you have gotten at. He said that he will admit when he makes mistakes. He has said that he will stand with controller Brad lander and public epic germane Williams and talk about what's gone wrong in government. That'll be easy to do for the first 6 months or so when they're not really his mistakes. But those I think will be really interesting, whether he is willing to acknowledge mess ups, screw ups, issues with his own policies and so forth..

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"So after those three deaths, he's never able to express what it is he's done. He starts hiding behind a series of complicated buzzwords, talk about community policing that nobody really understands. What it means or how this is different. And consequently, the good that happened on his watch, he never found the language to express that to clarify what had happened and why you deserve credit, which I truly think he did. Yeah, I mean, and again, like on some of these other things we've mentioned, it's like part of this theme where and he even admits he's admitted in his allies have admitted that, you know, he was not great at communicating throughout which again is this confounding thing for someone who knows politics so well obviously and watched the dinkins years so closely and everything since just quickly and we need to move into Eric Adams a little bit, but I was looking back at this recently and that the press conference Bill de Blasio had to announce that they were dropping that appeal on stop and frisk. One of the people that he very sort of assertively shouted out was Eric Adams for his advocacy against the overuse and abuse of stop and frisk, which ties into this campaign that we just all covered and some of the issues that came up there and some of the questions about what kind of error guidance would be especially on this issue. Just quit real quick. You're listening to max politics. This has been maximum Gotham gazette. I'm joined by doctor Christina Greer, Harry Siegel and Sally goldenberg. Thank you all for taking the time again. So are there things as we move to a little bit of conversation on Eric Adams and the city that he's inherited and what he might do with it? Are there things about being mayor of New York City that the de Blasio year is sort of reinforced or taught us that are really important things for Eric Adams to be thinking about for us to be thinking about as we cover watch, analyze Eric Adams, I think there's a whole bunch of lessons and Eric Adams seems to have either already known them or learn them from the de Blasio years, but any sort of big picture things that seem to stand out for this new mayor from having watched the last one. Yeah, I'm gonna start with, you know, obviously being mayor of New York City is a huge deal, so it makes sense that Eric Adams is on the Colbert show and he's been doing all the national television programs this week. But he can't fall into that trap of going all morning Joe a few times a week and not going and speaking to the room 9 folks. He's still in his honeymoon phase, but I think, you know, a little yellow flag that I'll be looking out for is how Eric Adams deals with problems when he's not in the honeymoon phase. The level of defensiveness that we saw in de Blasio, we can feel is palpable in Eric Adams. I mean, just under the surface, it's not enough for beads in the world to get that to go away..

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:03 min | 5 months ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"But realistically, when COVID hit an unemployment was rampant. And people were still scrambling to try and get money from the federal government. We were relatively safe city. I mean, you know, you hear about stories from the 80s, obviously the 70s when New York was just like the okay corral. And I think the way people say in Long Island talk about New York is actually not the reality of New York. I mean, New York actually was pretty safe under de Blasio and even when the NYPD did their slowdown. I was like, hey NYPD, don't try and prove your own point. We actually don't need all of you. When you guys slow down, we're still safe, right? So when you have police officers who were out because of COVID in the very beginning, it's like, we were still good. Now, I don't know if that's directly Bill de Blasio's leadership, necessarily, but there's something about his tenure where we did not devolve into this lawless Mad Max nation that many Republicans said we would in 2013 if we elected Bill de Blasio. I think my question for you all is journalists who obviously have looked at Bill de Blasio way more intimately than I have is you know, I always think about when Ibrahim Abdul mateen came on FAQ and my scene, we talked about water and how Bloomberg put together all of these protections and safety measures to protect our watershed and our water. And it's like the super unsexy but incredibly important behind the scenes, big municipal project, you know, all these testing stations that we see nowadays, if you're looking around, you see all these water stations to make sure if anything ever goes down on the terrorism front, we're protected with water. Did Bill de Blasio do any of those like behind the curtain? Nobody really knows. Nobody really cares until it's time to care. Did he do any of those projects where it's like, wow, in years to come, we're going to be like, this guy was like really forward thinking. And we're so glad that he invested all this money into a project that none of us even really talk about at all. I don't know how many people know what Bloomberg did with the free water testing kits, which let Perry. I hope you filled out because that was your homework for 2021. You know, like things like that. And I don't know..

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:28 min | 5 months ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"The Gotham gazette website. Okay, Sally, Christina, Harry, thanks for being here. Really appreciate you taking the time. Absolutely having us. So let's start on Bill de Blasio. Let's each give a little brief thought on what his legacy will be. There's obviously thousands and thousands of words that some of us have said or written on his legacy in recent weeks. But in brief, how is he going to be remembered Christina? What's the sort of top lines that stand out to you and you think Bill de Blasio will be remembered for after 8 years of being mayor of New York City?.

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Big Corporations Benefit From Marxist Vaccination Policies

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 5 months ago

Big Corporations Benefit From Marxist Vaccination Policies

"Get back to or get fired That's how we get things done And something that we can all agree is that COVID is bad for business Bad for people Actually here's the great irony Here's a great irony of that particular statement That happens to be Bill de Blasio on his way out of office but not before he's done maximum damage to New York City by putting the vax mandate for businesses in place today You have a lot of businesses that have prospered during the pandemic don't you Here's the great irony behind the dictatorial policies The Marxist policies of the left during the course of this pandemic But de Blasio just said that's not true at all All you have to do is go to take a look at some stock prices Of many very large companies often in technology perhaps in healthcare that have just thrived Ever since the pandemic began And one of the many reasons why they thrived well what happens when you have local businesses say in New York City or anywhere USA They get the screws taken to them What happens with demand that otherwise would go to those smaller companies To mom pa does it not get displaced and go elsewhere and so do you not say for example big technology companies incidentally right in line with the overall politics and philosophy of the Marxist Democrats in Washington today

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New Year's Celebrations Shelved Across the Globe as COVID-19 Surges

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | 5 months ago

New Year's Celebrations Shelved Across the Globe as COVID-19 Surges

"Thought two years ago about this time when we were just learning about this virus out of Wuhan, China? That two years later, we would still have things being canceled at Christmas. We still have New Year's Eve celebrations being canceled and they are all around the world. Major cities. Are canceling their celebration this weekend? Because of the spread of the Alma cron variant, so far, New York City is scheduled to have a limited and I don't quite understand how you do this, but mayor Bill de Blasio says that partygoers in Tom square this weekend must be must wear a mask must be fully vaccinated, and they must social distance. Now, how do you social distance at a new year celebration in Times Square? And who's going to be enforcing that? Are they literally going to pull a page out of the Biden book and have white circles painted all over Times Square? I'm not quite sure how that's going to be enforced. But regardless, at least New York City is going to try to have their celebration. So many cities like Athens, Greece, Sydney, Australia, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, saying there's a doubt as to whether or not they will have their celebration.

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How Can You Claim a Religious Exemption for the COVID Vaccine?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 5 months ago

How Can You Claim a Religious Exemption for the COVID Vaccine?

"Folks I'm talking to John. Smear rack. John, let's just continue. You're talking about helping your friend Vinny, that the name I guess is made up, but a real friend who's here in New York, like I am who is being forced or at least his employers trying to force him to take this experimental RNA therapy made with, I mean, abortion is inevitably at the heart of this horrible treatment, whatever they're calling it. So let's talk. Let's go. My Friends employer is a great employer. They have no choice. Bill de Blasio has issued a decree, the way Mussolini is issued to create. He has decided everybody in New York is going to take this experimental vaccine that has never been tested for safety. Everybody, they're just going to do it because the mayor says so. And since this is Vladimir Putin's Russia, I'm sorry, no, this is New York City. There's a Statue of Liberty in the harbor. But that's kind of a hollow statue. It's only a penny in penny, penny worth of copper, thickness. The liberty in New York has become mighty hollow if the mayor can buy decree control the medical decisions of everybody in the city or they're unemployed. So basically obey or starve. So my friend asked me that I don't want to take this thing because it's entailed with abortion. They used the boarded babies to make it on a tested. What do I do? So this employer said, they will consider religious exemptions. If you have a genuine religious objection, and that's the law, folks, the law says that your employer has to accommodate sincere legitimate religious objections. So I went and looked the Thomas more society. If you go to Thomas more society dot org, they have a resource page, vaccine legal help. And it offers you sample letters you can write, explaining your conscientious decision as a result of your religious belief, whatever it is, they have ones for different churches. Why you don't want to take a vaccine that would not have been possible without

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Bill de Blasio Wants to Come After Unvaccinated Americans' Enjoyment and Money

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 5 months ago

Bill de Blasio Wants to Come After Unvaccinated Americans' Enjoyment and Money

"Now Doctor Fauci he's not the only one that says he got to get more restricted We got to take this a little bit further and get a little bit more aggressive No Bill de Blasio I like to call him Bill el Bobo de Blasio He was on CNN yesterday and he says you know what We gotta hit people in the pocketbook Like a good communist that he is Putting his hand as far as he can into your pocket Check this out So I come back to that point where unless everybody's on the same page in the country we're kind of screaming How you got on the same page People have to lead So look I believe with enough leadership enough mandates we're going to get a hell of a lot more people vaccinated the more people vaccinated the more we actually make the transition to a time when COVID is in the background not the foreground And we know these mandates work and we know people respond Look human beings are pretty predictable If you say your paycheck depends on it or your ability to enjoy life and go do the things you want to do people will make the practical decision overwhelmingly and they'll go get vaccinated but we aren't pushing hard enough You got to go farther Wow Now I'm going to stop this right here because he just said let me see I don't have the whole transcript But he said enjoying your life Or words to that effect I translate that to the preamble of the United States Constitution That says the pursuit of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness Your ability to enjoy life that's the quote from the Blasio He wants to impede your pursuit of happiness Your ability to enjoy

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Bill de Blasio’s Parting Insult

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 6 months ago

Bill de Blasio’s Parting Insult

"Back. I'm talking to John smear, John. I just want to let you know up front. I'm in billings Montana. If I look northern, particularly northern, particularly one where it leaking fused by the lack of sunlight, I'm in Montana, but it's very beautiful here. You are, of course, in wonderful Texas. Safely in Dallas, very, very glad that I left my native New York City, where now the rejected failed mayor Bill de Blasio on his way off the ship is throwing a grenade over his back shoulder ordering that every private business force vaccination on every employee. Business of any, why would anybody do this? Why don't you just blow it off? Really? It sounds like the dumbest thing I've ever heard. I don't quite get it. Well, we're trying to explain what the branch committee is doing and why the branch committees are doing it. They have created a new religion based on a pandemic of panic, and the new religion involves absolute obedience to Caesar, surrendering the most basic autonomy over your own body. The same people who think that privacy rights give a woman, the legal right to abort a 9 month fetus. That's how big her privacy rights are. These are privacy rights are huge. You can kill with them. But they don't extend to her not taking an experimental gene therapy that's still has never been tested for safety and was never been officially approved by the

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Bill De Blasio Urges Masks and Vaccines When South African Doctor Says Omicron Is Mild

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 6 months ago

Bill De Blasio Urges Masks and Vaccines When South African Doctor Says Omicron Is Mild

"Thank you. It is pretty arrogant. He's pretty full of himself. And he is he does not give us the he does not recognize that we have the freedom of choice. He's all about oh, you have to get vaccinated. You have to get the booster. It's like, really? I love the fact that you're very very open to our freedom of choice. Our liberty should be is everything, Perry, and we have seen Perry. We've seen our freedoms eroded. We're losing our freedoms one by one. These Democrats think that they are their emperors and that they are taking away our freedoms and we're witnessing it. Perry, you got to see this. I got to share this with you. Now, we've already seen the interview with the lady in South Africa who discovered this variant. And she said, it's always seen as mild symptoms. I mean, here's the cover, Perry of the New York Daily News. It's a matter of days de Blasio Warren's omicron is on its way as officials urge masking and vaccine. Are you kidding me?

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NYC Diner Owner Files Lawsuit, Refuses to Comply With De Blasio's Vaccine Passports

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:05 min | 6 months ago

NYC Diner Owner Files Lawsuit, Refuses to Comply With De Blasio's Vaccine Passports

"Kellogg's diner in Brooklyn, New York is legendary and the owner of Kellogg's diner has decided enough is enough actually she's been pushing back for a while over these insane mandates and leaders elected officials telling people how to live their lives under the guise of welcome on our guest line. Irene syndrome is hiring boy oh boy, you are up against it. You decided to sue Bill de Blasio. You talk about mister smith going to Washington. How about Irene taking on the mayor of New York? I have to. I need to feed my children, Mike. I have to do what I can do to protect my family. You're a single mom of four children and these crazy mandates and restrictions that have put restaurants in the New York City area through such agony. And I've watched it. I witnessed it last winter. I couldn't believe it with people trying to put tense out in the streets with karashi heaters. This whole thing has been a nightmare. So walk us through your story, Irene and tell us why you're challenging New York and tell us how these requirements have impacted Kellogg's diner in Brooklyn. So I first want to let everybody know that I'm not against of this vaccine or any vaccine that can save lives. But I don't want to be forced to take this vaccine or force anybody to take a vaccine. They don't want to put in their body. Now, these mandates, like you asked me, what have they done to me? The first man dates there was no protection put on us. So once these lockdowns were taken off. We started getting suit because we defaulted in our contracts. We couldn't afford all these big rents that we had or these mortgages that we had because we had no business. We were only doing delivery and takeout. We weren't doing the volume that we normally do on without a pandemic happening. Nowhere near it. We're even close to that. All we could afford at the time was food bills and payroll, and if so, like, it was horrendous. I didn't have the option to put tables outside. Very little. I had a little driveway. You know, I'm on top of a train station. I'm on a corner that is so dangerous and intersection. So I didn't even have that option that others also had to even, you know, do some business outside. Right. Everything was just take out and delivery for me. It was very difficult. I now face 1.4 judgment. Against

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Times Square is back open on New Year's Eve — with vax proof

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Times Square is back open on New Year's Eve — with vax proof

"After skipping last year due to cover nineteen the new year's eve celebration at Times Square is on New York City mayor bill de Blasio made the big announcement it's coming back this new year's eve Times Square everyone come on down we're celebrating and he had some sound effects to help out there's one catch though for everybody coming to watch the ball drop in person we want to welcome all those hundreds of thousands of folks but everyone needs to be vaccinated people who can't be vaccinated because of a disability will have to show proof of a negative covert nineteen test I'm surely after

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So Bill De Blasio Is Offering Clown Services Now?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 7 months ago

So Bill De Blasio Is Offering Clown Services Now?

"Hawk newsome has been going out with Eric Adams who is going to be taking over for mayor the ball Zio in New York The ball zo is an idiot I'm really sorry Some people are like it's just true The ball is a communist and communism is for more of us So he wants to start instituting as he implied the other day A vaccine passport for 5 to 11 year olds So people don't want more of the ball He couldn't run He was term limit again But Eric Adams would be coming in So jib was looking around He was doing some homework for this segment I asked him and he was he had put in a search engine the balls he and stunningly the balls he was offering like clown services amazing I did not know this in addition to being a he's apparently a capitalist selling clown services for kids parties I did not know this about the ball zo But Jim found this the other day online This is just crazy I don't know if I would book this but I'll put it out there We'll give him a free promo Check this out Hey kids today we have a really special guest It's da the clown Hey kids Good to see you My name's daval zo You know what we're gonna do for fun today We're gonna stick a needle in your arm with an experimental vaccine We've got one for everyone Wow I don't know if I booked that clown The balls you know I mean for a communist these certainly at the capitalism selling his clouts It's a joke It's a Tom kercher The fact checker had politis It's a joke It's a joke Is that subject to a fact check There's fact checked and budget There is in fact no de ballsy or the clown Injecting kids at child's brother It's a joke

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NYC's De Blasio Says He Wants Children Ages 5-11 to Show Proof of Vaccination

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 7 months ago

NYC's De Blasio Says He Wants Children Ages 5-11 to Show Proof of Vaccination

"So Bill de Blasio the governor of New York the bosio happens to be a communist The bosio's leaving office rather soon He's got a new mayor elect coming in Eric Adams So the ball Zio's figure to himself well listen I've already disgraced myself over 8 years in office driven New York City into the ground made this once shining Mecca of economics and tourism into a hellhole in downtown Manhattan and other areas where places crime is running rampant and he's turned around all of the developments of the Giuliani era So before he leaves office he wants to make sure to stick it to you in the general public one last time Queue up for me come on Jim this is mayor Bill de Blasio saying that he's thinking about requesting proof of vaccination for your 5 and 11 year old To basically do anything going to store to feed themselves go into store to get clothes any of that stuff You want to bring your kids with you May have to stick them with the jab Here's the Blasio At what point will you ask them to also start checking for vax cards for 5 to 11 year olds That's a very good question And honestly one we need to focus on now We wanted to get to the day where we actually could vaccinate the youngest New Yorkers and get that rolling 5 to 11 year olds so just to be clear a virus with a survival rate of 5 to 11 year olds over 99% The ball Zio thinks it's a good idea to demand that the parents vaccinate their kids under emergency use authorization Do you think that's a good idea Bill de Blasio and epidemiologist virologist spike protein expert what is Bill de Blasio The answer is he's a communist who's never had a real job in

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NYC braces for fewer cops, more trash as vax deadline looms

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

NYC braces for fewer cops, more trash as vax deadline looms

"Thousands of New York City employees refused to get coveted shots and come Monday they'll have to go on unpaid leave and that could mean piles of uncollected trash fire houses shut down fewer police and ambulances on the street police officers firefighters garbage collectors in most other city workers face a five PM Friday deadline to show proof that they've gotten at least one dose of the cobit vaccine workers who don't comply will be put on unpaid leave starting Monday sanitation workers appear to be skipping garbage pick up some protests and the city's police union went to court to try to stop the vaccine requirement mayor bill de Blasio is not backing down he says if we don't stop cove it new Yorkers will die I'm Rita Foley

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Curtis Sliwa Makes His Bid for NYC Mayor

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 7 months ago

Curtis Sliwa Makes His Bid for NYC Mayor

"Courtesy, welcome. Oh, my pleasure to join you again last time. Remember, I was on a city bike outside a prospect park. I don't believe, I don't believe you remember that. You have been so busy running for mayor. Let's frame this, okay? Because most people listen to the program. Don't live in New York, right? So number one, I want to ask you, how do you see this race shaping up? De Blasio was a full out, I mean, he's like a Biden wannabe. He is a total communist. I mean, we're not even joking, right? He's as bad as you can imagine. I've seen the city change in a few years like I never dreamt. It could change. The crime, the graffiti, the street people on the upper west side. I mean, it's an unbelievable deterioration. Number one. Number two, now you are running against Eric Adams, talk about the race as it stands now. Well, all you had to do was listen to Eric Adams on that debate stage last night and towards the end, we were asked by the moderator to give a letter grade to Bill de Blasio. Harry Adams said, B plus and that made my entire point that if the voters in New York City vote for Eric Adams did not Kurdish sleeve, you're gonna get four more years of de Blasio. What drug induced psychosis was Eric Adams in to give him a B plus. That is the ultimate in social promotion. I gave him an F and I said, I can't wait to this guy leaves New York City, goes back to Cambridge. He'll probably be an adjunct professor and ruin a whole new generation of poli sci students at

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Bill De Blasio Eliminating NYC's Gifted and Talented Program for Students

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 8 months ago

Bill De Blasio Eliminating NYC's Gifted and Talented Program for Students

"So Bill de Blasio you know the communist up in New York He's about 7 foot tall I didn't know they piled turds that high He is a communist this guy Full blown kami he ruined the city one of the world's greatest cities I grew up with the Blasio 7 foot tall pile of turd De Blasio decides it's a good idea because de Blasio's public schools really suck and can't educate black and Hispanic kids So his idea to fix that problem like every communist throughout human history is let's not make everybody richer Let's make everybody equally poor Equality Liberals are like yeah man So great Because you're idiots So because mayor de Blasio's public schools run by unions that throw black and Hispanic kids under the bus Can't seem to educate a black or Hispanic kid anywhere in the city What did de Blasio do with de Blasio says that I've got an idea to my fellow communists Here is my great idea And the commies are clapping They're like this is great mayor de Blasio There's a gifted program in New York City For kids who are gifted Liberals are having a tough time with that They're like uh what does that mean So de Blasio says you know what if I can't make black and Hispanic kids smarter I'm going to make everybody dumber And the commies in New York are like yeah I'm a great idea So he's scrapping the gifted program Because God forbid Asian and kids who are white get into the program because mayor de Blasio his schools can't educate black Hispanics So where is conservatives are like I got an approach to this that could work How about we do a better job of educating black and Hispanic kids and sane people Again non liberals are like yeah yeah that sounds like a smart idea Liberals who are morons by the folds like no no no Let's keep black and Hispanic kids dumb and I've got idea Let's make white Asian every other kid Dumb too let's make everybody equally

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De Blasio, Bill De Blasio And New York City discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

De Blasio, Bill De Blasio And New York City discussed on AP News Radio

"The covert vaccine mandate takes effect today for New York City public school teachers and staff it's one of the first school district mandates in the country requiring employees to be vaccinated against the corona virus mayor bill de Blasio said unvaccinated employees would be placed on unpaid leave with vaccinated substitute teachers ready to step in as a Friday de Blasio said ninety three percent of teachers were vaccinated leaving about fifty four hundred on backs and ninety percent of the city's roughly one hundred and forty eight thousand public school staffers had gotten a shot the mandate does not include a test out option but does allow for medical and religious exemptions a similar order is set to go into effect in Los Angeles October fifteenth Julie

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Teachers turn to US Supreme Court over NYC vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Teachers turn to US Supreme Court over NYC vaccine mandate

"Teachers in New York City have until five o'clock this afternoon to get at least their first Kovic shot but there's push back some of the teachers are asking the Supreme Court to block New York city's covert vaccine mandate for public school staff the city says if they don't get a lease their first shot by five o'clock this afternoon they'll face suspension without pay when schools open on Monday mayor bill de Blasio has said he's confident the courts will uphold the city's mandate he says the city's just trying to keep unvaccinated staff away from co workers or children too young to get the shots I'm Rita folate

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Federal judge deals blow to vaccine mandate for NYC teachers

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Federal judge deals blow to vaccine mandate for NYC teachers

"New York City schools have been temporarily blocked from enforcing a vaccine mandate for its teachers and other workers by a federal appeals judge the vaccine mandate for the nation's largest school system was set to go into effect Monday but Friday a judge granted a temporary injunction the department of ed says they're competent the mandate will continue to be up held more than eighty two percent of employees have been vaccinated unions representing principals and teachers warn that could still lead the one million students school system short as many as ten thousand teachers along with other staffers like cafeteria workers and school police officers mayor bill de Blasio has resisted calls to delay the mandate Julie Walker New York

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I wish you could see this is Bill de Blasio, the worst The worst mayor in America. Okay, the worst mayor in the entire country he has. He has presided over the destruction of the Golden age of New York City, the largest wealthiest City and in America that the greatest concentration of culture and restaurants and everything else I said concentration. I didn't say the greatest, but there's the most stuff here, and it's ruined. People are fleeing. There's trash everywhere. Crime is up. People are depressed. Real estate is going on sold on rented businesses. They're fleeing. People are fleeing. It's a mess. And what is he doing? Yeah. I just want everybody to know that we're going to have this this program with a lot of minds dancing. And they're gonna be dancing all over because culture, you know, having people in in Like jumpsuits, looking like Teletubbies or something dancing around, you know, wiggling their behinds and doing a little list that well that you know, it's funky. Sort of Blasier wants you to know it's funky. Oh, my gosh. Brewster Mark. Did you see the video? Yes, I did. And my exaggerating the weirdness of it. It's just classic Bill de Blasio. Any time he speaks, It's like this guy, his big program for bringing the city back. Is that have city funded bad dance theater. You know, it's like that's not even though if he were going around, saying we're gonna have like Like, you know, Break dancer Troops go around to perform in public, I'd say all right, that's kind of cool. Actually, no, De Blasio finds a way to make this. It's just so bizarre. The whole thing is so weird. And this is what they're focusing on right now. I mean, it really does look like a bunch of minds. Who are who are stuck inside a box and the mayor of New York City as the minds air. Finding the edges of the box on video is saying, You know, we're gonna break the city back by having this program to bring culture. Our cultural community is the whole thing. Oh, my gosh. What we're seeing is really the destruction of The Democrat, this sort of the Democrat model of city City governance. That's what's happening now. Every can see it now that now that people realize It used to be. I think that your state and local government you would think of as Oh, You know, it's kind of bad everywhere doesn't make that much of a difference. And you just stay where you stay wherever you've got family. Now, people say, Hold on a second. You're telling me that I can live in a place with with lower taxes? Better government services more freedom, less progressivism. Left, well less woke nous. I could just do that like tomorrow if I want to. And, Yep, the answer is yes, and people are leaving. It's gonna be happening all across the country, and it's not going to stop because the pandemic what people have to remember is that California, California and New York Have certain things going for them. And now California's is amazing and beautiful and geographically, there's so much that it's such a lucky place in that regard. But you know, if you wanted to be the entertainment industry, you had to kind of be in l A or at least if you want to be the movie industry, you had to be in L. A And if you want to be in the big boy Cos of Silicon Valley, you know the big time Cos of sale of Silicon Valley. You had to be in the Bay Area of San Francisco and in New York for finance and for her honestly, for news media, there were a lot of careers where New York was the place. But now people are realizing that if you can work from wherever Why not live in a place you like more where your money goes further and where you.

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Bill de Blasio is calling on the feds to implement a travel ban from the U. K to the U. S. W A. B. C S Christian marks reports. His call comes after the first known case of the new, highly contagious strain of the Corona virus was found upstate and Saratoga Springs. De Blasio says We should all be worried about the new strain and how it can spread faster. I mean, right now, you could still get on a plane in London. Not even have proof that you have a negative test. Health experts are optimistic that the current vaccines rolling out will be effective against the new strain. I'm Kristen Marks for 77 W. ABC News governor Cuomo is reiterating his use it or lose it pledge, saying of the hospital can't speed up the vaccine process. New York will use another hospital lesson. A third of the state's initial covert vaccine supply has been used. But Cuomo expects pop up clinics that have opened and drive through sites around the state to boost the vaccination rate. Javits Center, We're gonna use Sunni CUNY where you'll have drive thru vaccine. Operations in New Jersey. More than three dozen shop rights will help administer the vaccines. W ABC News Time two of four traffic in transit or next now, your forecast from the Ramsey Subaru Weather Center 40 degrees cloudy, 42, the high dropping to 33 Tonight, Low forties the rest of the work week. Sunny and breezy from the 77 w ABC News Desk. I'm Sara Lee Kessler there Saturday.

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Bill de Blasio asked about skyrocketing and often deadly gun violence in New York City's five boroughs. During his morning briefing, and he blamed it on the viral pandemic, calling everything the perfect storm. So many people don't have anything to do. They don't have anywhere to go. They don't have a job that can't go to school. They Dealing with so many challenges. The NYPD has been overloaded in so many ways. And it just keeps adding up. The mayor did not mention de funding a $1,000,000,000 away from the NYPD, but also pointed to the closure of the court system. Do Covad 19 and, most importantly, the criminal justice system is not functioning yet and we needed to, and we're very, very hopeful that next month we're gonna finally see that in the latest violence. Norris after 12 month old boy died late Sunday after being shot in his abdomen when two gunmen dressed in black opened fire at a barbecue. This happened in the bed Sty section of Brooklyn. Three other adults were shot and expected to survive. A 12 year old was also shot. Sonny and Crown Heights and also expected to live investigations are ongoing. York State's Education Department officials will present a framework for reopening guidance today to the board of Regions. The final decision on reopening schools will be made by the state the first week of August. East RUTHERFORD, New Jersey, A tanker truck overturned, erupting in a massive ball of fire this morning with thick black smoke seen for miles. The incident happened on the north bound the Jersey Turnpike on the off ramp for exit 16 W. A brushfire also resulted the condition of the driver not yet known. President Donald Trump Friday night called Ally Roger Stone, commuting his sentence. The president defending his decision despite stones conviction on seven counts. And the Robert Mueller special investigate. People are extremely happy because in this country they want justice and Roger Stone was not treated properly. Correspondent Bob Constantino reports on Mueller's react Someone who isn't happy Russia.

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on KOMO

"Bill de Blasio announcing a wave of reforms including pulling funds from the nation's largest police force I want to make a statement of principle right now that we will be moving funding from the NYPD to use initiatives and social services the acting head of the department of homeland security scoffed at cut back saying more money is needed for training it's an absurd assertion if you're concerned about needing to reform a different police departments or law enforcement agency you don't do that by slashing budgets it makes no sense to me I think it's a very political statement to make but it does not protect our communities at the end of the day it was mostly peaceful protests continue SABC's Zachary Kish reporting the officer filming on George voice neck for nearly nine minutes in Minneapolis is due in court today Derek shopping is charged with second degree murder in connection to Floyd's death schaffen ahead eighteen prior complaints filed against him with Minneapolis police department's internal affairs three other officers have also been charged the city council of Minneapolis wants to replace the current police department an effort to end the city's quote unquote toxic relationship with police companies times now for forty nine a fiery kits at county because nearly three million dollars in damage at a local store almost more Christopher reports rather scary moment at a Walmart store near the Bremerton area along state route three oh three early Saturday when some three hundred people were in the store at the time shopping investigators asking for the public's help in identifying a suspected arsonist who they say set fire to the children's clothing area inside that store shares officials say the suspect entered the store wearing dark clothing change clothes after the fire and rode away on a bicycle the sprinkler system was set off an employees took quick action to try and limit the spread of the flames the sheriff's office saying if anybody knows any information about the suspect or his whereabouts.

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Mayor bill de Blasio on last the mayor did not do the job last night holy kerap just punching him in the face is Andrew Cuomo Tony Katz Tony cats today eight three three got Tony and don't forget turning cats dot com Facebook Tony catch radio Twitter and Instagram tiny cats that's what you find all the good things actually like make sure you follow just the way people a day supposedly it's good supposedly it's helpful so if you help me out I'd greatly appreciate it now New York has fallen off parts with these riots and with the these these protests I should say with the riots stop with the rights protester just fine protesters just fine the riots the destruction of property looting that's been going on for days and bill the Bosnia the mayor is totally powerless he is unwilling to do anything because he is such a social justice warrior he can't bring himself to actually think that you should protect private property because to his nature mayor bill de Blasio doesn't actually think that private property should exist how could a socialist private property and property rights could matter how well the people we are voting for him it's it's it's their problem acceptance because everybody's a problem the looters looted Macy's Herald square Macy's please they did you think the leaders are trying to tell you about George Floyd and in any quality you think a looter gets to ask me the question do black lives matter don't give me a damn thing why a lot of those looters are white now maybe because the demographics are more black looters in Manhattan than there are white leaders would go across the country it's an even split people because learning is about race looting is about a diseased mind why is this so hard for everybody and the answer is because everyone's afraid to talk about race move gonna get called a racist getting called a racist is standard operating procedure it's meaningless having open conversation honest clock conversation clear conversation that's what's necessary I'm not to apologize for doing it I'm not going to apologize for engaging in conversation as valuable and worthwhile with friends I encourage it as a matter of fact I demanded I absolutely demand remember you can be a part of the show if you're not willing to have honest conversation agree or disagree with that but we haven't openly we have clearly of course the riders are black and white and their their men and women and their gay and straight and they're all across the spectrum whatever your spectrum may be they all share one thing a diseased mind that makes someone think that destroying things is okay they like to watch things burn which is why riders don't deserve your respect rioters deserve a response and sometimes that responses rubber bullets and sometimes it's more just so we're all perfectly clear bottom examples of that out there but I want to get back to build a blouse because the blog zero has no interest in actually protecting his city I I got to share this with you in fall where the Blasi is on the very idea of the National Guard now you know president trump is all over this right he wants cities and states deploying the National Guard telling governors you gotta get tough with these protesters that you can't be seen as weak well I don't think that the president is wrong in that conversation just so we're all clear I don't think he's wrong at all you should want to be strong in this conversation and you want to protect private property because private property is how people grow its how wealth grows for everybody regardless of socioeconomic status regardless of the color of their skin these are good things bill de Blasio doesn't think that the V. National Guard should be deployed we.

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Bill de Blasio the mayor of New York City quick always to go with protesters notices something different about this cut twenty two some protesters last night came with an agenda of violence and incitement and they meant to harm police officers and they did harm police officers they meant to attack police vehicles and they did they meant to attack police precincts and that is all purely unacceptable does not reflect our values we will not accept that look if you're not gonna get on this show me making any excuses for law enforcement today on this pro law enforcement any host in the country and that's why you have to point out bad behavior when you see it my goodness they want to lump all law enforcement with the horrific behavior at the Minneapolis police not all of them but what I saw I just saw a reporter we'll solve this by now I hope a black reporter and CNN on their morning show on Friday get arrested live on the air as if he is a threat to peace with ball with buildings burning around them they go ahead and call off this guy take his microphone later said they didn't know was a member of the media do you think we're stupid on the whole train these people and now we will pay the price in all the cities excuse given for anti American behavior not the I have a problem with inequity of racial behavior I'm not that I have a problem law enforcement behavior I believe a lot of this is anti American behavior when we come back and we'll be joined by Dan Bongino secret service sixty hurt over the weekend trying to protect the White House Kelis cops are hurt four shocked four people are dead named Jim Hanson he's going to go inside the antique organization one expert writes in his book the when I could find written in twenty seventeen it is not true that entity pays one had one group it's more of an ideology without a leadership man they seem to be coordinated they seem to have a quick reaction team they seem to almost be trained I find it hard to believe there isn't unless they all have a knack for destruction and they're all young eighteen to thirty which is scary for the future of this country got a busy day I want to hear from you too I know you have a lot to say first it was mostly a locked up for this pandemic in these governors sitting on their hands rather than opening up their cities one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine don't move please Brian Kilmeade.

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

16:35 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on The Editors

"So Charlie Build Blasio that in the news this week with the tweet warning the Jewish community and other communities but especially the Jewish community that They had fair warnings and now they and NYPD is GonNa come and get him summons and arrest them if they continue to have the gatherings higher than recommended the proximate cause of this tweet was a civic civic funeral and Brooklyn. What do you make of it? Are you GonNa? It's an odd tweet. I think it was oddly. Phrased the presumptions odd from what I understand. That funeral was given permission to go ahead. And those that broke. The rules were knowledged and indeed apologize full by its organizes. I am not one who likes to throw words around. Big Anti Semite Racist. Let's people exist. They do it is of course a hideous thing that there are some among us who hate other space on their immutable characteristics. But I don't think biolog- that your average person in America hobbies hatred towards his fellow man and I think build a buzzy does either. I do think that he ought to rethink how he communicates especially given world history in this area and I think that there's a certain double standard here. I did wonder when I saw that. Tweet how long it would have taken had say. Donald Trump tweeted it to see the mushroom clouds on the horizon. We would probably have talked about nothing else for days but that would have been because the press and the Democratic Party would have overreacted. And I don't want to overreact here against Bill de Blasio. What I do want to do is to bury bill de Blasio as an effective public official. He's not one. He's a poor mayor. He's a poor communicator. He's not strong thinker. He hasn't handled this well. And it seems to me that if bill de Blasio the mayor of different city if he were the mayor of say. Houston all boise or Jacksonville. He would be pilloried day in day out and all sorts of conclusions would be drawn about his leadership. He is the worst. Man Yorkers had for a long time he showed signs of being that right from the beginning I think it was in the first few months of his first administration that he royally screwed up the snow plowing in the streets. Much to the Chagrin of New Yorkers. He is not up to this task and I think rather than sharing anything particularly sinister rather than implying. That de Blasio is an anti Semite or a racist or a bigot. Which I don't think he is. I think this shows that he's out of his depth and he doesn't know how to address people in what is a crisis. Unfortunately we have too much of that at all levels at the moment so I think there's something a little odd here that there's almost a hidden mental distinction that people like to Blasi. Oh Meek Me This is. This is my own form of of paranoia but some of the background. An anger is that you know New York City has about one over million Jewish people living in it. This funeral that was broken. Up was on a a more ultra-orthodox group And forgive me if I don't use the correct terminology. At every step along the way and characterizing them but These members of these ultra Orthodox groups especially in Brooklyn have been subject in New York City to a lot of random street violence It'S ACTUALLY NOT RANDOM. It's their targeted by You know often of members of other racial minorities in the city who don't like choose or who don't like the way. Jewish businesses operate in Brooklyn. Or the way you know heavily. Jewish apartment blocks are operated. I don't know but there's been a simmering anger at de Blasio for not calling this out and dealing with it effectively And it's very sensitive. I think the Distinction de Blasio makes with ultra-orthodox Jews. And I think it's one that's that's held in other incidents is that well there are Jews and you know the people that populate even the Dubois Zeo Administration in in the mayoralty that are secular. And then there's this other group that is cordoned off as kind of ultra religious freaks. Whose behavior is in some way unaccountable. Or you know. Somehow those people deserve what they get and So I don't think when he was formulating that tweet he was thinking about you. Know Jews writ large but I think he was thinking in the smaller category of you know people who live differently In New York City live in a way. That's visibly a noticeably different in New York City And that are you know. Kind of a constant source of negotiation with police and with You know various bodies the administration so I think something like was informing this event and But it was an ugly thing to tweet and deserves pretty much all the criticism. He's getting for it It was thoughtless and it's also just disrespectful because this this group did try to organize with police For their funeral and In the police allowed the situation to get out of hand the fact that NYPD doesn't respect bill de Blasio is not new. That's been true since he was elected in fact they actively loathe him and so probably didn't feel like imposing his edicts on Some very well behaved members of the community in general so it was a totally avoidable incident But blasi deserves just about everything. That's happening to him. Charlie Cook exit to you and sheer political terms who has fared worse in the Krona Virus Crisis Bill De Blasio or Donald Trump Belda blasios probably but trump may may pay greater price for it in that trump is running for president in a few months. Bill De Blasio was already done med. I'm I mean the trump because I think he I think trump is rapidly heading towards I think he's almost heading towards lame duck status In that the administration has been slow on so many sectors of this crisis has promised so many things that have just not materialized. I mean remember the promise of testing centers outside of every Walmart and target This was a promise made in the White House lawn and just disappeared as vaporware and it seems like more little crises are going to happen including meat shortages. And I just don't think a president can get reelected when basic necessities are rationed and And there are shortages. So I'M GONNA say trump agree that the trump having a bad and political terms crisis more consequential stakes are higher For him I think de Blasios had worst one. I mean. He's been at. The very epicenter of this was late at every single. Turn and then has also overreacted. Then and absurd ways. I have sympathy shutting down the schools telling people. Subways aren't safe. Those really hard things to do and things that I think anyone is certain level would hesitate to do but he got those calls wrong but trump clearly has been hurt. There is at rally around the flag period where it wasn't a huge rally around the flag but a notable rally round the flag fact whereas approval rating was up. He's giving back those gains and some more Just because the response was late Initially and he's been shooting himself in the foot At press briefings. And it's just a a major red flashing light when you're the president United States during crisis and people think your opponent would be better suited to handle that crisis and especially when you're ponant is Joe Biden Sitting as basement impressing no-one otherwise so let's pause and let me do a quick and our plus plug got. Sign up for our plus. There is metered paywall at National Review Dot Com. It's annoying it's in your face. 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It's been growing by leaps and bounds. You don't WanNa miss out. Go check out. The great deals and sign up. So Michael has been a while since we've talked about Russia gate related things but we're now and in the phase where we're having revelations important revelations about what was going on behind the scenes and we've had several over the last week having to do with. Michael Flynn case has special. A WE saw yesterday recording. Thursday afternoon these notes from an FBI. Agent strategizing About the the Flynn interview. They're going to undertake after his phone. Call with Russian ambassador. Kislyak where he says Goal here you WanNa get the truth slash And mission or do we want to try to get him to lie so we can charge him or get him fired. And there's been indications that that just wasn't a much of a product yet for an investigation here obviously the Logan Act which hasn't been seriously some something like eighteen fifty two completely absurd and it seems. There's a chance that Astonishingly given that. Flynn actually pled guilty to lying to the FBI that his his Plea could be given back to him. And the Justice Department light withdraw this case what he make they should withdraw the case I think the note I think. Some people in our sphere. Maybe over exaggerating the contents of that note. Which was obviously you know. Leaked to in no favourable people in the media in order to prepare us for either a change in flint status or for some kind of pardon Which by the way I think he deserves. I mean I'm not the biggest. Flynn Fan on Earth. But the note in question gives us a glimpse into precisely what Charlie Cook Has Been Warning about since the beginning of this investigation that there's a sense in which Federal Investigations are opened up and the whole point becomes not the substance of an investigation but attempts to get the subjects of them to trip up in an interview and then charge them with obstruction or perjury at some point And that this is not just a waste but this is unjust and You know we're seeing it that note reflects I don't think it reflects the author of the notes intention to do these things but in it certainly reflects his suspicion that other colleagues do intend something like this and he's raising question to we you know. What is the goal here and The the the goal of an investigation should be to get to the truth and to punish a wrongdoer for doing wrong not for eating its own tail So yeah I mean I look forward to more more leaks like this coming out. I mean I even thought that one previously showing that intelligence sources knew that the steele dossier contain Russian. Disinformation I thought that was also telling it was exactly what I expected to happen But I'm glad that the truth is getting out that you know. This country was a portion of it was sentenced these paroxysms of paranoia that a foreign government had somehow compromise the president and other members of his administration. And now we're finding out that you know. This case was mostly. People projecting their own shadows and suspicions onto the wall. And and that was just about it. Kelly Cook I think if the charitable interpretation of that note is correct new. May well be then. It's a disgrace. Interpretation of that note is correct. Then it's sufficient cause for the abolition of the FBI and possibly for a revelation. I do not..

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on The Editors

"I'm praying success but I I am worried about confusion and disruption that and You know that And that a lot of people are going to be are going to be put in a position of feeling like they're choosing between their livelihood and their health at an individual level right whereas it's been painful to take that that equation collectively but. I think we're going to get a lot of stories about how painful it was at an individual or household level. So a I'm going to say success not an unadulterated success. Because you know this is a state by state. Even some places I Colorado County by county reopening us. There's an experimental aspect to it and clearly. Some people are going to get it wrong and there there are going to be outbreaks or going to require a clamping down again but I think there there are a lot of places. The good news is there. A lot of places that have been affected as badly as feared As badly as the hot spots the bad news is that we haven't necessarily taken advantage of the the time that we are buying. That was the other rationale for the lockdown. Not just keeping the hospital Getting overwhelmed but buying time you know to come up with with a big national strategy on on testing and contact tracing and isolating although on the other hand. I'm a little skeptical. How easy that would be to do. Given how many a symptomatic cases there are out there so let's pause in here from our sponsor this week. Covert and markets from the bouncing group. The front of our strategy has ravaged much of American life in the last two months the impact both disease itself and the various policy responses has been profound in nearly every category of society..

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on The Editors

"You know how schools opened up in September if members of the Teachers' Union feel that their Immuno compromised so again. There's you know Charlie was saying there's the mathematical problem of some things don't operate very well at all if they're operating at seventy percent or thirty percent of normal capacity So I'm I'm I'm concerned about that. I mean And a lot of people aren't going to want to lose their there. Are you know they might file lawsuits For for wrongful termination right. And that's why you have. Also you have debates about Unemployment Insurance Right. Some governors have announced that if the governor announces that people can go back to work. And if you don't go back to work When you're fired you'll be considered a voluntary quit and you will be ineligible for unemployment insurance. So there's there's one advantage in a way of the the wide lockdowns in them happening very quickly was that these things didn't have to be adjudicated And decided on a company by company basis. Right you could just point point to the governor who took responsibility for it Now I don't so I don't know that's to me. That's actually the big. The big issue is is liability and if there are decisions on a state by state level to You know try to change liability law in order to encourage economic activity. I think that's going to come under terrific political challenges. Well PSA Charlie Michael wrote about this Posted about this over the last week. One of the more knowing. Tropes Gavin newsom A great example of this says reopening this this West Coast West Coast Compact is going to be guided by all caps science. When of course this is whether to reopen. How are you going to reopen? What public health risk? You're willing to take in reopening. These are complex social and political questions. That a guy in white lab coat doesn't have an equation. That's going to give you an answer to to this policy question which is true of almost every contested issue and our politics But but the one side just thinks if you invoked science it's a clinching argument and a conversation stopper. Why that that shows you just? How cheap a date. So many progressives. Aw Oh you have to do to win. The heart to say science conservatives of COOLS HAVE THEIR CHEAP DATE ISSUES. To this one is at the heart of progressivism and always has been at. The progressive project was in part an attempt to abolish politics. Not just by pushing questions into the hands of technocrats but by finding onces to them that were supposedly objectively true that was scientifically true and there is no such thing as an answer that is scientifically true because even if everyone involved has precisely the same information and even if everyone involved except the veracity importance of precisely the same information different. People will arrive at different conclusions. Based on value judgments value judgments is the variable that progressivism ignores of forgets. All rejects. We ask ourselves these all the time we can. For example find out what? The optimal speed limit is on a given road. We can't answer. The question of how many deaths are acceptable in order to keep the roads moving. That's a multi part inquiry. And so it is here. We have to decide what it is that we're trying to achieve. We have to weigh the costs. Different sorts of costs against the benefits the different sorts of benefits. And then we have to take into account human nature and human behavior which can be unpredictable. Gavin. Newsom may believe that he is unique in American life. He may believe that he's superior to others in American life but he is doing the same thing as is governor. Inslee says governor. Cuomo governor Disentis as governor Abbot. He's making decisions based on the information that he has based on a knowledge of the people in his State and their expectations and based on his own moral functions. He can tweet science in caps. Lock much she likes and it will not change that this is this is always a fallacy but especially foul a in our current predicament because one of the hallmarks of the krona virus. The novel Corona Virus is how much we don't know about it. We don't really know what the death rate is. We don't know how damaging it is for people to get severe cases And then recover. We don't necessarily know the best way to treat it We we don't know why some countries have been so incredibly hard hit while others. Haven't we've had drastically different answers from lead opinion about whether we should wear be wearing masks or not initially no. You're an idiot if you asked now. You absolutely have to your threat to public safety. So there's just no way to outsource important public policy question to Political Science. But especially there's there's no way to outsource this because you're you're gonNA have whiplash because we're we're still finding out about it and you have differing. Opinions are among scientists in really well informed researchers about the nature of the disease in its potential course yet. We have difficulty thing in our culture. You know part of it is just being an advanced civilization right if you know when the FDA when FDA's approving drugs when they're proving test medical testing it's CETERA. They have Such high and exalted standards of evidence. That it's almost as if you can't proceed until you have a perfect answer right like You know you can't You know for instance. You couldn't launch a vaccine that had a death rate. You know that killed a number of people who took it right. Who that killed say Point Oh two percent it would be impossible to to launch that even if it would save slightly more lives but when you're living with a new virus you are put into these bizarre challenges where you have to begin acting without sufficient knowledge And I I do think you know in two years time it may be you know five months time we're GONNA look back at our initial opinions about how current virus worked on the Human Body. What it did and our early speculations about how to treat it. And we're GONNA we're going to look at it as if we're looking back at medieval dentistry right. It'll just be such outdated. Our initial opinions will be outdated and obsolete You know I think I'm not the only one who has this. News story has progressed. I feel like I know less and less about it right like in the in the first weeks of February when I was reading reports out of Wuhan I felt like I was starting to get a grip on what what this disease was doing to people. And at what rates as it's spread across the globe and as we get more and more models it becomes much less clear I do think provisionally though we are seeing at least some good evidence that it does transmit while outside An in sunlight. And if that's the case then I think it's rash for Governor Newsom to close state parks. I mean I think you WanNa keep open as many safe activities as possible And especially ones that are healthy right. What is more healthy than going out into the sunlight and hiking around a beautiful State Park in California? Very you know. That's a great thing for people to do who've been stuck indoors and who need you know some interaction with nature in order to moralize themselves for this kind of difficult period So Yeah I you know but we we. We have to act There is no choice but to act in the absence of knowledge. And that's that's extremely difficult. Yeah apart thing is. We've talked about this before crazy. In a little town where where? I'm hold up now they. They've opened the the walking paths on parks. But these calls that automated calls that come every night from the emergency coordinator and he says he can use past. But don't abuse it. Don't use the park's like his something terrible is going to happen. If people walk off the path onto the grass of some of some park and I just before we move on I should also mention. I wrote a column about this earlier this week. I think something is really not going to stand up. Well is he's kind of blanket prohibitions on elective surgeries on a statewide basis on at Implemented by many states across the country says create this bizarre situation where we're worried about you know we're in the midst of a pandemic running short of hospital beds and you would think that medical staff would be at a premium instead. We have hospitals around the country that are emptied out and of having to furlough thousands of hospital employees because there there has been no Kovic surge. There isn't going to be a covert surge but you've kept people from going in and getting a surgeries for for cancer and other serious illnesses. So that that's something that's just kind of crazy and perverse and should be reversed as soon as possible with that. Exa question to you Charlie. Cook the Ginger reopenings. We're seeing at the moment will be seen as a success sometime. Medium-term let's say or a failure. I think a success because I think they've been through as much as possible. I think that well intentioned and as you said earlier I think because so much of the lockdown was driven by individuals and families. Then you have an inbuilt safety valve. It is just not the case as seems to be incinerated from New York that the country is full of mouth breathing idiots who raring to go and like each other. Most people are sensible. They want to stay alive. They want their families and others to stay alive. And I think you will see a nice combination of wealth through reopening strategies and natural Carefulness that will lead to lead to a good outcome. Ambudu success failure..

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"York City is declaring public health emergency. After a spike in measles cases. Democratic mayor Bill de Blasio says emergency exists in parts of Brooklyn, adding people who are not vaccinated for the disease should do. So Blasios warns parents in the Williamsburg neighborhood, which is a majority has Siddiq Jewish community that they will be fined one thousand dollars if they cannot provide proof that their children have been vaccinated. There have been two hundred eighty five measles cases in the. New York City area since October mostly among children, an ISIS inspired terror attack. Thwarted in Maryland. Fox's Jeff monosso has that story twenty-eight-year-old terror suspects run L Henry is charged with interstate transportation of a stolen U-Haul van with more charges to follow. As federal prosecutors say he was allegedly inspired by terror and plan to ram the truck into so called disbelievers within the national harbor complex along the Potomac. The government wants the accused would be terrorist held pending trial is a flight risk in a danger to the public. No word yet of Henry has an attorney. Jeff monosso, Fox News attorney general Bill bar is not answering questions about whether the White House has seen or been briefed. On the Miller report. I'm not gonna say anything more about it until the report is out, and everyone has a chance to look at a house hearing today bar said he will have more to say when he testifies before the Senate and House Judiciary committee's after he releases special counsel, Robert Mueller's final report, he strategy hopes to do that within a week after he completes reductions of confidential material Barr says he's working to make as much of the report public as he can Democrats are calling for congress at least to see a full redacted report. Schenectady mayor Gary McCarthy announcing he seeking a second at the to me a third term in front of an enthusiastic group of supporters at the city hall rotunda Schenectady mayor Gary McCarthy, formally launched his bid for third term this morning McCarthy who was first elected in twenty eleven outlined. Some of the accomplishments of his administration over the past eight years says he continues to push for more. Your home ownership in the city says he's proud of his record of dealing with distressed properties. Mccarthy will have no Republican opponent. This year may face a primary against teacher and activist Theresa mcallen at Schenectady city hall, read shepherd, NewsRadio eight ten one zero three one WG. Why the president is threatening put tariffs on imports from the European Union on Twitter this morning, President Trump referenced findings from the World Trade Organization. This follows his administration saying it will impose tariffs on eleven billion dollars of imports from the EU in response to e you subsidies to French aviation giant Airbus. That's Boeing's biggest rival that WTO. Finding shows it subsidies to Airbus have repeatedly caused adverse effects to the US. WGN news time is twelve oh five. Our next news update at twelve thirty. I'm Diane Donato. The Rush Limbaugh show is next on NewsRadio. Eight ten and one three one WG y the capital region's. Breaking news, traffic and weather.

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on 790 KABC

"He says that the reason Amazon left is because people are angry angry corporations. Now, if you're able to bless you. And you just suggested that you made a great deal with the corporation when you think it's your job to quell, the anger when you think it's your job to go back to your folks and say, listen, I know you don't like the Jeff Bezos has rich, but he's coming here to provide jobs. That's why we just made a deal with him. Don't you have to sell the deal a Bill de Blasio won't sell the deal because in the end his beholden to his radical base is Amazon's capricious decision to take its ball and go home in the face of protests won't diminish that anger the city and state were holding up our, Ed and more importantly, a sizable majority of New Yorkers were on board support for the new headquarters was strongest in communities of color, and among working people who too often haven't gotten the economic opportunity. They deserved a project that could have opened a path to the middle class for thousands of families was scuttled by a few very powerful people sitting in a boardroom in Seattle. Or alternatively by the people who kept changing the deal over and over and over again, I love this part Bill. The Blasios has in the end Amazon seems unwilling to bend or even to talk in earnest with the community about ways to shape their project because they already made the deal. I mean, how many times do have to say this once you, and I cut a deal, and we have a contract you don't get to come back. The next day and say, I've changed the you're not done theater. I'm not Landau calories. And that's not how this works. They didn't want to be in a city where they had to engage critics at all. And it's a pattern when Seattle city council passed a tax on big employers to fund the battle against homelessness the company threatened to stop major expansion plans. Putting seven thousand jobs at risk the tax was rescinded right because they didn't wanna pay a giant tax this dumb Seattle policy. How do you think that New York was even up for the job at Seattle weren't filled with idiotic garbage city council, and they've actual socialist on the city council and Seattle Seattle weren't filled with awful corporate awful, governance by the government. You think you think Amazon with think of leaving Seattle of Seattle. Oh, we're well-governed. Do you think that would happen? Of course, not. Ability Blasios have said he says economic power the kind that allows you to dangle fifty thousand jobs and billions in revenue over every metropolitan area in the country is being steadily concentrated into fewer and fewer hands. I'm pretty sure that economic power is concentrated in the hands of the governments that are alienating corporations day by day. Bill de Blasio concludes. He says as the mayor of the nation's largest city a place. That's both the progressive beacon and the very symbol of capitalism. I share frustration about corporate America. So many of my fellow mayors across the country. We know the game is rigged. Really, you do you commie wants to centralize power. But we still find ourselves fighting one another. In the race to secure opportunity for our residents as corporations force us into all against all competitions. The competition is to have lower your tax rates. It's not difficult. They're not asking you to change. How you govern? They're not asking you to remove regulations. They're simply saying we're not coming over to your house unless you give us a dinner that is worthy of our time. That's it. That's hold freedom. De Blasio says Amazon's path in New York would have been far smoother had it recognized residents fear of economic insecurity and displacement and spoken directly. You know what? Amazon is not a group of elected leaders. You know, what Bill goes into elected leader? If one group is going to be responsive to the public. Wouldn't it be built a Blasios? Why is it Amazon's job to be responsive? This is my problem with Occupy Wall street, Occupy Wall street kept saying power back to the people. And then they went and they protested Wall Street. Members of Wall Street are not elected the member of Wall Street are hired businesses are not amok Rossini's. If you really have a problem with crony capitalism, if you really have a problem with corruption if you really have a problem with corrupt dealmaking, maybe ought to go protest in Washington DC or build a Blasios house or ails. He's headquarters. Maybe that's where you ought to start your stupid campaign. No wonder politicians are blaming corporations that allows them to escape their.

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"bill  de blasio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"bill de blasio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"He says that the reason was on left is because people are angry angry corporations. Now, if you're Bill de Blasio, and you just suggested that you made a great deal with the corporation when you think it's your job to quell, the anger when you think it's your job to go back to your folks and say, listen, I know you don't like the Jeff Bezos Many's coming here to provide jobs. That's why we just made a deal with him. Don't you have to sell the deal, but Bill de Blasio won't sell the deal because in the end his beholden? Just radical base says Amazon's capricious decision to take its ball and go home in the face of protests won't diminish that anger the city and state were holding up our, Ed and more importantly, a sizable majority of New Yorkers onboard support for the new headquarters was strongest in communities of color, and among working people who too often haven't gotten the economic opportunity. They deserved a project that could have opened a path to the middle class for thousands of families was scuttled by a few very powerful people sitting in a boardroom in Seattle. Or alternatively by the people who kept changing the deal over and over and over again, I love this part Bill de Blasio says in the end Amazon seems unwilling to bend or even to talk in earnest with the community about ways to shape their projects because they already made the deal. I mean, how many times do have to say this once you, and I cut a deal we have a contract you don't get to come back. The next day and say, I've changed the you're not done theater. I'm not Landau calories. And that's not how this works. They didn't want to be in a city where they had to engage critics at all. And it's a pattern when Seattle city council passed a tax on big employers to fund the battle against homelessness the company threatened to stop major expansion plans. Putting seven thousand jobs at risk the tax was rescinded right because they didn't wanna pay a giant tax is dumb Seattle policy. How do you think New York was even up for the job if Seattle weren't filled with idiotic garbage city council people, and they've actual socialists on the city council and Seattle Seattle weren't filled with awful corporate awful, governance by the government. You think you think Amazon with think of leaving Seattle Seattle? We're well-governed. Do you think that would happen? Of course, not. The Bill de Blasios have said he says economic power the kind that allows you to dangle fifty thousand jobs and billions in revenue over every metropolitan area in the country is being steadily concentrated into fewer and fewer hands. I'm pretty sure that economic power is concentrated in the hands of the governments that are alienating corporations day by day. Bill de Blasio concludes. He says as the mayor of the nation's largest city a place. That's both the progressive beacon and the very symbol of capitalism. I share frustration about corporate America. So to many of my fellow mayors across the country. We know the game is rigged. Really, you do you commie wants to centralized power you, but we still find ourselves fighting one another. In the race to secure opportunity for our residents as corporations force us into all against all competitions. The competition is to have you lower your tax rates. It's not difficult. They're not asking you to change. How you govern? They're not asking you to remove regulations. They're simply saying we're not coming over to your house unless you give us a dinner that is worthy of our time. That's it. That's whole freedom. Blasios says Amazon's path in New York would have been far smoother had it recognized our residents fear of economic, insecurity and displacement and spoke directly, you know, what? Amazon is not a group of elected leaders. You know, what build he goes in elected leader? If one group is going to be responsive to the public, wouldn't it be building plaza is it Amazon shops to be responsive? This is my problem with Occupy Wall street, Occupy Wall street kept saying power back to the people. And then they went and they protested Wall Street, he members of Wall Street are not elected the member of Wall Street are hired businesses are not emocracy. If you really have a problem with crony capitalism. If you really have a problem with corruption if you really have a problem with corrupt dealmaking, maybe ought to go protest in Washington DC or Bill de Blasios house or headquarters. Maybe that's where you ought to start your stupid campaign. No wonder politicians are blaming corporations that allows them to escape their own culpability.

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