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"bill vinnie" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"He drew Brees wondered why he wasn't part of the all century team or the all decade team right I think was the performances like yesterday for three quarters he was that he was he was not good yeah he under through receivers left and right in that game facing hill a he was the offense through the beautiful fifty three yard pass those though his old drive he ran through the past there was a lead block on the toss yeah he just block I mean he's a and here's the other thing too we always talk about the fragility of running quarterbacks I don't get the sense the taste the mail is paper mache that do looks like he could withstand well he's used to twenty yeah he's built beast could the bears learn how to use Mitchell to rescue a taste of hell he's athletic enough stretch get on back let's move on to the next save in our meeting the media down at the university of Alabama today at eleven AM to announce to his future shot or no shot since tool is holding a press conference at Alabama and his coach is going to be by his side it's obvious he's staying in school usually when they do those press conferences from what I read this morning with neck on your side that you're going pro that's usually the standard operating procedure for an Alabama player that is leaving school early but I am going to say that he is staying with the Crimson Tide yeah it doesn't make a lot of sense to me from a financial respectively I he would stay I think he's opening yourself up to losing big dollars but I am tending to lean just the way this the feeling is around this press conference that he is going to sit stay in Albano but we'll find out of the top of the hour by the way we yeah Adam Schefter moved to eleven thirty correct and shifter just reported that Mike McCarthy on Saturday night spent the night sleeping at Jerry Jones hall about that weird way that is a little misleading because at night they want to play also is probably how many job interviews turn into sleepovers exactly I'm not sleeping at your house your house is probably the size of the mid Michigan Avenue merit it doesn't matter okay did McCarthy shop with a change of clothes his own toothbrush like what what was the invite like Hey buddy come for the interview also bring an overnight bag with you yeah come on now let's watch the playoffs together let's talk more philosophy yeah we'll have a great meal drink some wine no cell day at the house and then all over you to a hotel Dallas is got a thousand great hotels weird in Leicester my relative and I don't care how big your mansion is I'm not sleeping over yeah yeah I think that's that you're in my opinion your wrong there I think it's cool if bill self invited your days house Danny you'd be there and I'll you could say well that's his real hair so stop it stop it it's real hair it's not of course I'd sleep over at bill selves house one story I am a Jayhawk he is a J. R. it's a little weird it is a little weird it's weird so I can see it I mean it probably Jerry had is Johnny Walker blue and just got absolutely Christ is watching the games tell stores damn time to Jack with you today well you spend the night you stay over in the east wing do you think he asked a very demanding your it's a demand like that that was his back to the main to Jerry world that that the it was a two day first of all the guy you're replacing hasn't been fired yeah he's actually in the eye he's in the gas in the pool house how long how weird is that to you guys before they officially fire the cold season gear went out got pizza for those guys for for that for their little Hey I'm down here I ran out of bill Vinnie can you chasing one more favor former before we let you go tomorrow you run to the corner store get uncle Jerry little Scott please please thank you did you guys see the tweet from like in Rappaport that said that Jason Garrett allowed Jerry Jones to fire him did you see that that like that's the way raising it yeah like what raising it looked at and I heard somebody on ESPN say this yesterday into Jerry gives and empowers the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys to run the locker room like every other NFL team does in other words into letting that be the voice of the team and not be this voice that's up in a distant that's not just not going to ever going to happen it's it's an odd set up that doesn't seem to work I mean I'm paper they looked like they had all the talent in the world but when it comes out to execution it yeah that's never gonna happen no it doesn't look like it no shot Jason go get me some Scotch will my can I go Danny are you telling me that if your interview with Jerry Jones for that job and he called you and said Danny Saturday we're gonna watch the playoffs I wanna talk philosophy in staffing with you and your stay at the house you would say no Cabela's if if someone's often be a million dollar job the one of the stipulations as I got to sleep over I'm gonna sleep over because I want to million dollar job all I'm saying is is this Danny is that been here and now I'm not sleeping over at another person's house unless you're related to me if a hotels in the vicinity Hey Jerry I appreciate it I'll stay up all night with you we could talk football but when it comes time to go to our quarters I'm hit a little bird I'm off to the four seasons yeah this is more of a conversation of the adults sleepover right like when was the last time cap you had it here's the question when you and Ryan pace go out and have your little margaritas and you talk about Mitchell palooza her what room do you staying AT Ryans house the blue the blue room will waiting it's eighty eight which quarterback this weekend use blue eighty was a breeze somebody did I was watching the game I heard yeah I'm like whoa like I didn't know that was the thing that other people use speaking a loaded you hear al Michaels drop a cap person what's got hurt his only reaction was wall Donna you immediately wow I had a drink every time you did that that be plaster by died today that's all wow anyway three one two three three two three seven seven if what else you got Daniel something for you though here is a nother Kaplan safe to Sean Watson highlight right Saturday night we had to make sure that we didn't trigger you today so here is a distraught want to highlight safe for David Kaplan.

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

14:36 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Well with Neutra medical. Harley we're limited was very interesting because the basically, I'm gonna use this term to kind of talk about the exoneration of louche, which I'm gonna post that article, but they are LaRouche ING Trump Manafort and Flint. They're putting up through the same crap. Vinci wanted to get rid of Trump. But also, that's why Manafort fled are been persecuted advantage destroyed. Development on these Flynn case is that he's just hired Sidney Powell the well-known former prosecutor who has turned onto prosecution methods and is one of the meeting experts in the frauds that are perpetrated. The get convictions. Run out the thing, that's interesting is Roger stone is continuing to outflank the Russia gate. Perpetrators, his latest success is the demand through foia and the freedom of information act documents to have the FBI release their evaluations of the crowd strike analysis of the so-called hacking and what the F B I was forced to admit is that they never saw the crowd strike reports, redacted, or otherwise never saw. Right. Which means not only Komi in the. FBI not conduct their own investigation. They didn't even investigate the so called investigation by crowd strike. And what Rogers attorneys are saying is the crowd strike. Never did a forensic investigation. The only forensic investigation of the documents that came from the DNC and from pedestrians Email, but ended up on Wicky leaks. The only forensic investigation was that of Bill Vinnie, the phone technical director of the NSA, who said that it could not have been a hack it was an inside job by so Roger stone forced the F B I into this. Quite astonishing admission. And this follows Roger of bringing in Bill Vinnie to testify that there was no Russian hack by wide set of portent, because the whole attack on Roger stone was based on the idea that he was trying to find out from WikiLeaks. What they got from the Russians right? Supposedly he lied to prosecutors about what he was doing on that, if there was no Russian hacking and the WikiLeaks documents came not from Russians, but from someone inside the Democratic Party then how is there a crime by Roger stone? Right. And he's hopeful that he'll get the whole case thrown out now. In the meantime, his life is in shambles just as what happened to Mike Flynn and others Rogers. It's two million dollar legal defense fund illegal cost rather to defend himself. He was not a rich man. He also. Son to didn't it. It what it destroyed financially his son, well Flynn Flynn gadget in Flint, son. What they. Flips on who was also forced into bankruptcy to well Manafort, what, what Muller threatening ones manafort's wife his daughter and sign a law Manafort was forced to give up his homes as Bank accounts of they sold off, all his clothes supposedly use a clothes horse meant that was his problem. But now they find out that the guy who supposedly was working with Manafort, with Putin was actually this guy Constantine, clemen IQ was actually on the payroll of the State Department working out of the US embassy in Kiev. So the guy that was supposedly Rogers Roger, but our manafort's collaborator in defrauding. The west and working with Putin.

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You don't need a lawyer by Andrew McCabe, the deputy FBI director and in Komi bragging, that he sent these is agents in to interrogate general Flynn after you've been told not to get a lawyer something you'd never do in the Bush or Odom await houses, and he was taking advantage of the chaos. I mean, how does it net director brag about setting up, somebody like that has served as country for thirty three years? But that will happen. James Komi is in a whole heap of legal trouble. Am telling you, it's written all over this, this letter. And the fact that we're, we're going to find out, I believe in time. That this is win. Clapper and Brennan, those now working in television. Those are the great trumpeters the loudest trumpeters and what we what we're gonna learn is that these powerful tools of intelligence that the ninety nine point nine percent of, of the intelligence community, use responsibly in what is a very dangerous world in jobs that they have. And they do it to protect us against those enemies, foreign, and domestic because they all exist. And we need these tools of intelligence. But when you have a few at the top that abuse that power that awesome power when we're giving them the most powerful tools. I mean, listen, we've known this for many, many years, we've reported on this many, many times. If you listen to guys, like Bill Vinnie and others that we have had on this program, they will tell you that every phone call. Every text every Email is, is data mined stored and recoverable by the by the federal government. But what got worse here is that there are certain things that in America, you need something called a warrant, for example, if an American is talking to a foreigner, and it's picked up by our intelligence agency, and the American is not up to anything ferry us anything that would be betray betrayal of his country say a general business meeting call, but they're still monitoring, whoever this other person is and whatever other country for the safety and security of America. Once they discover the American is just talking business. They don't they might surveillance. But what's called minimization they minimize what they listen to, as refers to the American. And if in fact, they, they write up a. Report about it. They will say in American, even if it was somebody whose name they recognized, they don't they don't unmask that individual. That's why the masking at three hundred and fifty percent rate during the Obama last year's was so deep and so profound special orders that he put in place to allow it to happen. And, and so certain illegal activities by a certain couple of people that were outsourced to our intelligence colleagues in other countries, they were doing the illegal dirty work. It's the same as them doing it themselves. And now these countries like Italy, Great Britain, and Australia figured out. What's happened that they were used for nefarious purposes by we'll find out who I have my suspicions by some top intelligence officials in this country. That's what this letter is saying here and it goes on. It is now well established in two twenty sixteen. The US government and others undertook certain intelligence gathering investigative steps directed a person's associated with the Trump campaign while we know the multiple ways that's fine went on of the Trump campaign Carter page FIS abuse a premeditated fraud, committed on the FIS a court which allow them to take away the constitutional civil liberties of one individual Carter page now known asset of the US and someone who helped the intelligence community and gave them access into all things Trump campaign that. Extended into Trump transition extending into the Trump presidency as the attorney general has stated publicly congressional hearings, and elsewhere there remains open questions, relating to the RA Jains of this counterintelligence investigation, and the u s and foreign intelligence activities, that took place prior to and during that investigation, all of which we now know is happened. The purpose of the review is to more fully understand the efficacy and propriety of those steps into answer to the satisfaction of the attorney, general United States. Those open questions among other things, this review will seek to determine whether the investigation complied with applicable policies and laws. Because the attorney general all add my perception thinks that laws were broken and intelligence, miss used on purpose and turned on certain Americans for the purpose of literally abusing the..

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:34 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I was a frequent guest on next guys. What a midday show alongside Kimberly. Guilfoil Newsom huts, what you went by back, then they did the midday show on TV. I was also a frequent guest of Catherine crier at five o'clock. Long story short as of may eighth of this year court. TV is back to great great channel Totonaca taco Pena authorized Donald all those guys always on Mickey Sherman and Vinnie Pollock Thanh is back for a second run after a very successful stint over a decade ago. And he's remarking and talking about the biggest cases in the country. And he's back for a second time here on the Bernie and sit show since the relaunch so VIN. Once again, congratulations, pal. Thanks so much great w back here to let stop before we get the Harvey Weinstein story, that's got me going as a sports guy. Kellen Winslow junior, his father, of course, the whole of being tight end from the chargers. Callan was a superstar university of Miami like his dad drafted by the Cleveland Browns and early on all kinds of issues, motorcycle accident, screaming, profanities, comparing football to war, and early on people didn't like this kid, then he disappeared now you find out that three women alleged that he raped them. He's exposing himself to a fifty nine year old woman, another seventy seven year old woman. This is much like Darren sharper. This is ugly. What's going on with Kellen Winslow junior? Ugly. Is here's the problem for the prosecution. Okay. And you talked about five accusers. You don't think they would have problems? But each one of them, there are issues with the cases, the problem for, for Calloway's. Always when you have five different women coming into QC him, if things, it's kind of difficult for jury to look the other way. So at this point the one thing that is really bizarre about all of it. Four out of the five accusers. In the case are significantly older at a Winslow junior. He's like mid thirties, right earned about forty million dollars while playing football these winning are in their mid fifties to their seventies, which makes you even more bizarre, this alleged behavior. And the one last thing in Borneo avant, the Harvey Weinstein I did see that. He's an avid bike rider, any uses this app. It's called Straub I guess, and this thing actually keeps count of how many miles you bought into bicycle every single day and keeps count of your location. So does place him at the spot. Well, he supposedly exposed himself in front of the fifty nine year old Vietnamese woman. Yeah. Now that was one of the problems. Prosecutors had what she could not identify because she didn't really look at him in the face. But because of this, you know, used to be Bernie what you say, having will be used against your court of law. Now it's what you aware ten will be used against you. In the court of law with all of these fitness apps. People have great location devices. And yesterday put him at the scene of the exposure, busted, I love it. I love the fact that he's busted not what he's done. A Bill Vinnie polygon, excuse me, lead anchor of court TV, Vinnie speaking of Harvey Weinstein, he just settled a lawsuit forty four million dollar deal. The, the average woman gets about sixty five grand. It was hundreds of women as a class action lawsuit. The lawyers, they get sixty five grand apiece. The lawyers get fourteen million dollars to develop among themselves about six lawyers, something like that anyway, the. That my question is this Harvey Weinstein? His trial has been postponed now until September. This has been going on for years and years Justice. Delayed used to be called Justice denied what's going on with Harvey Weinstein. All right. So hobby-wise. He has got civil issues right in they're trying to settle all that stuff in the bankruptcy court and their Harvey's not really paying money, the insurance company, that's paying all this money on the other hand, he's facing criminal charges in New York. So the civil case really does not impact the criminal case. A camping used a guest imagine emission, and the accusers in the criminal case different than from the civil case. So at the end of the day, the reason we're waiting until September for the criminal cases. There were some complications that came up in terms of who may or may not be allowed to testify against Harvey Weinstein people who aren't actually a victims in the criminal case, but also are alleging similar conduct may be permitted to testify. There's some pretrial areas about that. And his superstar attorney Jose bias. I believe had a little bit of a conflict as well, because another -cations working well, he has put together, you know you talk about the dream team for OJ Simpson. Jose bias has put together quite a dream team of his own with all good fun, authorized dollar an author his wife is not just a bias now it's about five or six of them that working with Harvey Weinstein every single day giving me at least a reasonable leave, he's gonna get off here. I do know this the latest with that story in has two of the actresses, Ashley Judd and rose McGowan who very very boisterous at the very beginning. They've come out and said, listen, we went up point of his forty four million dollars, civil lawsuit we don't care about the money. We will continue to go after this guy until this thing goes to trial. So the big stores in Hollywood. Still wanna piece of Harvey Weinstein. Absolutely. And, and you know about that, settlement that the money was going to defend board members from his company that. Is Bank up to there being sued as well, but absolutely. Every everyone has the right to either opted out of a class action, which is what is a civil case is. But these actions they want their teen court. They want their story heard, and it really is what they want is they want him to pet, they want him to literally pay, and they feel like this whole thing, you know, he's not reach into his pocket for dime out of all this to fully punish him for the behavior that they allege against him. You know, Vinnie this this movement here in New York specifically to eliminate cash bail for pretty much indigent defendants. Now, Harvey Weinstein is the perfect example of why maybe that's justified because he's on tape actually attempting a sexual assault against the woman who had sexually assaulted once before. And yet, he's out in these famous restaurants having a good time, stuffing his fat creepy face. But they went to the other extreme here in New York, the Blasi, oh, is mayor de Blasio. He wants these teenagers. To be let out with no cash bail, no matter what the charge could be armed robbery assault burglary. Doesn't matter what their record is just let them out. And the New York state Senate is going to codify this policy. Statewide in New York state starting January first. I mean, is this a prescription for disaster in the city? What do you think? Well, there's a couple of weeks bail system. Two things one one side will argue all these people have been accused in our system of Justice are presumed innocent, so we should not lock people up who are presumed to be innocent before they have their day in court. But sometimes that game court take some time and sometimes these people are a risk of flight. Meaning they're not gonna show up to their next court date or there. There danger potential danger to the society baked in the community based upon the nature of the charges, and their criminal history, which is why it's it should be much more involved than simply just let them out. No, let's evaluate each person. But let's be fair, you know, if someone is loitering, and they can't make. A fifty dollar bail. Should we lock them up for a month? Maybe not. But it's accused of a violent crime and there's a chance that they may not show up to court. Maybe there is a number that you have to put on it to either enticed into return or to keep them locked up until it's time for the whole case to be judicata, but there's definitely a balance somewhere in the middle way to thirty seconds to go. And while you're going to be a knee deep in Mike, ninety today. They were we're still Winslow world Kellen Winslow because today, another one of his accusers going to testify this the only one who's not an older woman alive. This is a woman who alleges that she was raped by Winslow when he was nineteen FDU down in Miami. Right came back on the San Diego. And she was seventeen so we'll see how that goes, all right? Gonna be fascinating television. It always is court TV with Vinny Thanh as always a tremendous guests. Thank you so much. We'll be watching later on today. Vin, thank you so much, much pyro tech, Kevin Panitan. We'll take a short break. We got the blitz coming away, Mets win in Los Angeles. The Yankees not so much in the Bronx. In the morning shabby. Seven w ABC talk about him. Try folks Muslim tribe, every morning, my Exelon Dunkin donuts coffee with four people, and skim milk. And then, of course, I take my three elite capsules event drive. A man is working for me. Check out all my plane, Jim sell Ps. Look, great Twitter out, sit Rosenberg. 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"bill vinnie" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

14:43 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"By these characters so we're back. So let's get other news items we have free Somme being forced. We have elections in Europe. Let's get into it. All I think they're a few news stories that are just worth bringing up in the context of what we're saying the exposure of the war party of trying to use either Iran or Venezuela. But ultimately teeing up something against Russia and China. Their efforts, depend entirely on keeping most of the world's population ignorant of the real issues of. Life and death of nations finance economic development, and so on. And what's happened is proof once again in the series of elections that we haven't seen the end of the rebellion that began with Brexit in the Trump election in India, all the pundits were saying, Narendra Modi was in big trouble, there Mody was using Trump style racism against the Muslim population in India Mody was a of potential, authoritarian and the Indian people weren't going to go along with that. This is pure, British popular propaganda. Right. What have India is that people saw that Modi's ultimate goal was to establish an independent economic power in India based on going back to what? Neighborhood done, which was emphasized industry, cutting edge technology and to do that. India had to have a policy of alignment with China, ultimately and so- Mody has resisted, full endorsement of the belt in road initiative, even while these had a series of meetings with vision pain, where he said, look, we're going to work this out in the long term and what happened was the country expectations. He increased his majority. He has an absolute majority in the Indian parliament, which is unusual these things, right. At this goes against what people have been saying on the, the Neo cons were trying to get India to become part of the down, but they call the Indian Ocean coalition. The sub actually can't remember the term for it, but they had this term, which includes India and the. On the southeast Asian nations. And what they're finding is these countries won't don't wanna go along with it, because they see it as extension of what Obama was trying to do with the Trans-Pacific Partnership so Modi's victory is another setback for these this crowd. And then you have Trump going to Japan this weekend. And everyone's making a big deal the emperor abdicating, their Trump will be of the guest of honor at the reception in Japan. And what's this all about what it's about is that Trump has worked with obey the Japanese Prime minister to work together with India in Russia and South Korea on issues such as North Korea on issues such as the possibility of Japan. Joining the, the new silk road with China without getting hit by sanctions from the United States. And so there's again, a shape of a new financial. System coming about, which Trump is working directly with Japanese Prime minister on, then you have the continued fall out of Trump's ninety minute phone call with Putin a couple of weeks ago. And the fact that the Russians are basically saying they see no reason why there would be continued conflict between the US Russia and you now have for the first time in Europe. Hardee's coming out saying they wanna get rid of the sanctions against Russia. And this will have a big affect on the election, this weekend of people don't know, this, the European parliament, which has twenty eight member nations is having lection 's, and the story in Europe. Is that the center right coalition will probably emerge victorious, and they say, this is the Trump coalition. This is the right wing nationalist via Nazi authoritarians, and blah, blah, blah. What it really is people who object to being dictated to from Brussels. Right. And we see that with Brexit, the attempt by Theresa May to have a non Brexit Brexit fell flat. And the result of that is the Nigel Ferrari Faraj founded new party three weeks ago, which has double the support of the two so called major parties in Britain, the Tory amazing. The numbers are quite mild. Well, it's because here's Maine, says, oh, yes, I'm for Brexit for Brexit. But we. Term being union. And then she works out with the European Union that they have terms of won't accept Brexit. Oh, come on. So Jisr ridiculous. If you're not even go shooter. The fact is Trump other people Trump light people, Nataly, Hungary, Austria, and other countries are deciding they want to reformulate the union of we call the European superstate. They don't want us to stay dictates from Brussels, and Strasbourg. They want whether some degree of atonomy, h nation, right? Well, what's interesting is what was done in Austria, where you have this. What's called the Freedom Party which in the past, maybe twelve to fifteen percent vote, but in the last election made it up to about twenty four twenty five percent to become the second largest party and was then brought into vision with Sebastian courts from the People's Party, or the so called conservative party right now, what is interesting about the Freedom Party is in. They explicitly are anti-sanctions. They tend to be pro Russia. And now they're pro-china. They wanna work with the Chinese even. The extent that they're discussing changing the, the rail, gauge go the leads the Vienna, so that it would be compatible with the rail, gauge being put in by the China connected tracks from the Balkans, and also from Greece, and so. More compatible with the Chinese trains to come into what you're saying. Yeah. Now, this is, it's an expensive do over, if, if you're going to redo the rail gauge in central Europe, it's, it's not a cheap deal, but you have to know that it's for the next thirty to fifty years as opposed to some quick buck operation. Now it's interesting is personally targeted is one of the leaders of the Freedom Party, going schlage, who was filmed two years ago. Burgers, the setup it says, like typical FBI setup a woman came to him, saying, she represents a Russian oligarch, and she'll help get some loans for his party in return for some contracts that would be signed with the pro Russian oligarch and after some drinking, he was joking about him said, right? Yes. I think we can arrange something. It's one of these typical setups where they hired of actor rain had Rolls Royces in the parking lot. They had a yacht on the beach. So he thought he was really dealing with the Russian oligarch. Now, would he have ever done what he said he did? Well, no, there's no evidence that he would have given any special concessions to oligarch. We didn't exist, but they use this two years after it was filmed to bring down to try and bring down the coalition government. The person they were really targeting was the foreign minister can easily. One who invited Putin to her wedding, and the when the government of when the, the chancellor or the president Sebastian Kurz, fire, the Freedom Party people, the one he kept was the foreign minister can easel so it's not going to change the policy of Austria. But it shows the extent to which these British networks, the same ones, by the way, who ran Russia gate, the extent to which they're trying to go to break the resolve of the anti Brussels forces throughout Europe. So the election, this weekend will see probably by Sunday night, or Monday, whether the center, right parties, prevail. I think they probably will have at least a third of the vote, which is a significant increase it may make them the largest coalition in the European parliament. And what's their policy? Their policy is less Brussels. More sovereignty for the nations of Europe. And that's at this point of pretty popular position. Amazing. So we have each developments with the may government collapsing Trump. Meanwhile, heading to our. Have tea with the Queen in about a week and in the midst of this, you have Trump tweeden about Christopher Steele and the British role in setting Aleph in Russia gate. So between his discussion on Fox News about the military industrial complex and his tweets about the role of the British in the coup against him. And then the order, he issued yesterday that the CIA and the FBI must cooperate with providing the documents being demanded by Bill bar. The attorney general this has caused the complete panic among the people who are trying to get rid of Trump. So what do they do they did this other classic setup before the meeting with Trump yesterday to discuss infrastructure cooperation? The Democrats have. Conference where they discussed impeachment and Pelosi said, well, we're not ready to impeach yet. We shouldn't impeach. But then in her press conference, he said Trump is committing crimes that Trump is involved in a cover up, and then after saying that she also into the Oval Office is okay, Mr President. Let's talk about cooperation on infrastructure and trust issue, showing, if I'm gonna put my doctor on I honestly, my wakeup, my doctors does. I think the women is, is losing it. She's trying to go so far left. She can maintain control party her roster so far. It's like the comments from Lindsey Graham Democrats are not presenting anything that might be considered reasonable incomes from the public that maybe there's an opposition to Trump. They're going to destroy themselves geopolitically and I don't wanna see that. I wanna see a dialogue where there's another party or Parke's, try to pull Trump to do things that maybe more Trumpy. Because honestly, there's parties inside. His office is White House, like John lightning bolt. Another part of people they pump hail. They're pulling them to do geopolitical things that I think our counter to American counter to humanity. So you have the grouping in the Republican party's once for structured discussion to fail. Because they disagree with the idea of an expenditure funds on infrastructure, unless it's in fact, it was actually at one GOP, member of congress. Actually killed infrastructure Bill moving forward. Paul Ryan, right? And McConnell, agrees. Was Ryan on the so it's again it's not a partisan conserve in and Trump knows it. And so he was honestly reaching out to Pelosi Schumer. And he said, look, either we can work together on infrastructure. You guys can run around with these stupid investigations. And now what they're saying is that well, Trump is walking the continuation of the Muller report with Muller reports over, it's a done deal. And the, the fact is that the Muller report is not what a lot of Republicans think which is a total whitewashing of Trump. It has a lot of false claims in it, including continuing the false claim that Russia meddled in the two thousand sixteen election. Right. And I just did an interview with a Bill Vinnie, the former technical director of the national security agency, where he presented, the foreign Zick evidence, which shows that there never was a Russian hack than the. The timing sequences in you to the so called fat byles in everything else points to an internal of thumb drive chance. Which is why, why, why are guys dead? I mean, it was interviews SAS rich rich issue and went to all these twos and internal documents visor come forward, all the documents are going to show. Clearly, it had nothing to do with the Russian hack. It was an internal transfer because there are people inside by the way, a wide hers at this people. The reason why Stritch digits he was Bernie Sanders supporter, and he was so disgusted with what was going on inside the Democratic Party. He was willing to release information and had nothing to do with the Russians Russia's. We're not involved whistle blower. But here's an interesting thing until recently, and you and I have discussed this because I think he's a congressman from your area, Devon news. Right. Into what Jan area. Yeah. He did a wonderful. Job defending Trump from the charges of Russia gate, but he still said, it's the Russians who did the hacking and the meddling now in the last ten days, he's come out and said, we've gotta look into people like Joseph Masud. We've gotta look into the British side of this. I'm beginning to believe it wasn't the Russians at all took him two and a half years to.

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:23 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"So, you know and, and the thing that's frightening. And you understand this if you've ever worked in Washington, it's like putting up a Nancy sign on treasury and saying, we're open for business. You know, bring us proposals for how you can make the US stock market go up. You know, you mercenary companies, and we'll consider them, what problems did you encounter coming out with this story that they don't want released? Well, remember, I spent eleven years litigating with the department of Justice and, and at the heart of that was the fact that I was making software tools that brought transparency to how the money worked, you know, one county at a time, because if you look at the federal budget, and Fred Federal, Credit swamp finances. One county at a time in America. And, you know, all politics are local, and if you have transparency about the, the federal finances at a county level or a congressional district level so that voters can see it then a lot of these shenanigans. Can't go on and a lot of the waste in these shenanigans. Can't go on and the department of Justice Ceasar offices. Basically took the software put it under lock and key. It took me six years to get it back. And when I got back the most valuable pieces we're gone. They didn't want that transparency. Remember, you know, secrecy, George is a financial addiction because. In addition to FAZ, be fifty six if you add national security, waivers, and classification laws, you know, the same secret group of people can waive the SEC requirements for publicly traded companies, and the danger of this is not just all the US securities, the US treasury bills, you know, the related GNC bonds and and starts. It's not those have gone dark. But now you're talking about the big contractors and the big banks potentially being dark now with fast, fifty six picked up a past, if I pick up a financial statement for one of these big companies, or for the US government. They're meaningless I don't know what they mean. Now, if there's a secret space program are they tapping into some of this money? Absolutely. I mean, I absolutely believe that if if you look at the if if you look at all the space spending as a percent of the budget or percent of GNP. Up until Kennedy's death. And then you see what happens afterward. It absolutely looks to me like they flatlined the, you know, the that NASA spending in government spending, and took, you know, the, the growth continued, but it continued dark. So I think a great amount of those activities have been taken. Dr now I also think when you run a system with secrecy, as phenomenally expensive. If you look at what it costs to run an underground based on a secret basis versus public basis. The cost explodes. So part of the problem with all the secrecy is that it's gone unbelievably expensive, and then it's very hard to hold everybody accountable when you have this much compartmentalization. So if you look at the reports of corruption, it's just off the charts. If you've ever heard someone like Bill Vinnie talk about the financial corruption at NSA I mean it makes your head spin. I know you know 'cause I've really. Done a lot of work on HUD, if you look at the waist, and the harm of this kind of financial corruption in the mortgage market, it's off the charts. Look at the harm it's done to millions of America's sue the foreclosures. You know what I was saying before, is during the eighties. A lot of the fraud was done with real estate in the mortgage market. And if you look at the players and the technology, they developed we came back, and we did it again, in the nineties, but we added the stock market and derivatives and the danger when you throw in derivatives, you know it it and you take the, the housing fraud, global, you know, you're talking you get into some very, very big numbers. George. What are the things you saw when you were at HUD in how did you know that this skimming was underway? Well, I'll tell you how it started for me. I walked in, I before I became assistant secretary, you start off and you, you haven't been confirmed yet. The first thing I did Georgia's. I read all the law, and I said, what's my job? What does the law say? My job is one of my legally responsible for. And one of the first things I discovered is in the single family mortgage fund the my fund that the fund is required by law to be run on a self supporting basis. So the premiums, you charge, the people who get the mortgage, the mortgage insurance the money, you charge has to pay for your operating expenses and any losses on defaults. So I said, okay, well, the first thing I need to do is find out if I'm in compliance. So I got the budget and the budget was huge. I'm a speed reader. And if you put the budget on the foreign all the budget justifications they went halfway to ceiling so sat down one week. I read them all, and then I it the budget officer and on Monday. And I said nowhere in here, does it. Say if we're making money, and he said, well, that's not in the budget. I said, where is it? He said the counts of it. I said, well, where is where they counts? I need to talk to them. You said you're not allowed to talk to them. They report to differences secretary so to make a long story, I'd raised a lot of money for the Republican party. So I was still people got a pair of cufflinks, and he counts reported the moved over to report to me. So it took me a, while to get the accountants, you know, sort of, in my operations I called him in. I was losing eleven million dollars a day in the single family fund. So I said, well, I need to know where all real estate is local local where we losing the money, and they said, well, we don't keep place based information, and I said, well, we may allow check if if goes this is an emergency go. Do an estimation. Bring it back. So they come back in, and they said, well, we're making money in eight regions at the time, you had ten federations, we're making money regions, and we're losing more than one hundred percent of that, in two regions, the first one was region six which is Texas included Texas in Arkansas, and then the second was the Colorado region. So I called the head of the original director for Texas who was absolutely, you know, terrific guy. And I called him. I said, Sam, how much do you think you lost last year? And he said, oh, I think we've probably break, even I know you lost one point two billion dollars. I'm faxing the financials and I'm flying down tomorrow. And by the time I got down to Fort Worth George which was where are hit. Quitters was region six. He had gotten all the field managers and they'd gone off into the smoke filled room and they had a plan on how they're gonna fix it. All all they needed was the numbers. Were they able to do it, of course? But needless to say it wasn't politically popular. So I was going with an eighteen months. Quickly as fast as they could probably get her out of here. Have you ever heard of Leo want? I'm not a believer in. I mean, but he did talk if he was real about missing money. So he came close to me. You know, you hear these are, you know, I call him a dull fairytales. You hear these stories, and they don't fit with any any, you know, I've dealt with big money all my life. I've done with big money in government. I've felt big money in Wall Street. You know, I've dealt with big money and big money, people all around the world, nothing. He says Fitz with any world I've ever experienced and I've experienced in and dealt with the covert side, and over it side and his story. Just doesn't square with. I don't even know if he's a real guy, I can't tell you the only time I ever hear about him is whenever whenever people like marks, give more and I sort of, you know, published new stuff on the missing money. You know, the leeann wants to story shows up like a bad time came, we somehow showed up during the Reagan administration, you know, talking about, you know, trillions of dollars being pilfered, but the, the ironic part about it all is, whether he's real or not. The money definitely has been taken. Well, here's the thing, the, the, you know, let me step back as of the beginning of two thousand seventeen I identified twelve trillion dollars missing money, and then the two thousand fifteen financial statements came out. And I started talking about the extraordinary amounts that were missing in two thousand fifteen it was almost like, in the last year, the bomb administration, everybody had done a cut and run and the largest information system payment contractor, who is processing transactions spun their government division out to a new company, which definitely looked like a run. So I was talking on a radio show could've been coast to coast. Yes. The six point five train missing and Dr marks get more who's a full professor at Michigan State University, you know, remarkable man hurt me, and he said, she has to be wrong. You know that's. Possible, and he went to the doctor financial and read them and realized. No, I was I was right. It's right. Contacted me. And he said, what can I do that was useful? And so what we decided was he had a group of students, and he was willing to get his students and go through, and it's a very difficult job. Tedious complete survey of all the DOD and HUD, financials from nineteen ninety eight to two thousand fifteen which he did. And, and I'd only been able to identify twelve three and they found another nine trillion on up to twenty one trillion. And when they he published his report September two thousand seventeen and it was that report, I believe that triggered the decision by DOD to do the audit. And I think what happened was when, when DOD not only couldn't do the audit, but they couldn't afford to publish what you know what they had. That's when they came up with fast fifty six. Promulgated, their first finding under fast fifty six which would have allowed them to take a Hobo secret before they published the announcement that they couldn't publish an audit. But, you know, here's here's some of what they did who makes the call, if they need to use any of this money. Well, here's the thing, it's all secret, George. So you have a secret group of people on a secret process. And this is why everybody is talking about the deep state because you clearly have somebody could trolls this though. Absolutely. Absolutely. I mean when I when I dealt with this on Wall Street. And when I was in Washington, you know, there was a group of people behind the scene. So, for example, when the president of count per said, you know, it's they've given up on the country. It's you're too late..

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:36 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And the head of calpers lurches pension fund in the country said to me i gave them a presentation on essentially how we could make america great again and he said you don't understand it's too late they've given up on the country they're moving all the money out starting in the fall and i thought he meant they were moving all the money that could be moved legally and they were reallocating the allocations in the venture funds to do more in asian the emerging markets i but it was that that was the beginning of when the money started to go missing and of course i was at that point tracking hud and enormous amounts of money started to go missing it that's when i first started to notice it as that process happened a series of different things going on one of which is if you look at the offshore deposits starting at that point the offshore deposits since then have absolutely exploded in the trillions of dollars so part of this we're just shifting the money you know think of this privatization on the just do it method I believe, in, of course, this is all conjecture. I believe part of this money is money being essentially laundered into the, you know, into the US and, and through the government account. So, you know if you're if you're in Iraq, if you're in Afghanistan, you're pulling resources and other valuables out of that country or you're shipping pallets of dollar bills over there, and then laundering it back in. So some of this could be revenues. But the but the other thing is, as you know, I think the amount of money we spend on the secret projects has grown and grown grown. So if you look at the cover on the real game of missing money you see pictures of the rocket ships and underground facilities that, you know, essentially support a secret space for them. So I think a tremendous amount of this has gone into basically a, a, you know, a secret world of quote, unquote, national security, the national debt. As of February of this year is stands at twenty two trillion dollars. The magical moment when, when the amount that we were finding if missing money, topped the debt. But now so that is up to twenty truth. So twenty two and of course they have taken and this is very important for the listeners center stand. Remember when I said, there is a material event in October last year, two thousand eighteen the, the Pentagon was trying to do an audit and failed the audit, but before they fail the audit, they created a new policy was approved by congress and the White House. They approved a new policy. It's called the federal Accounting Standards Board, advisory board, statement, fifty six and what this does it's all explained in the real game of missing money. What fast fifty six does? George is it allows a secret group of people. By a secret process to take a portion of the financial statements of all twenty four government agencies as well as another hundred fifty entities and it allows it to create secret books, and what that does, is that renders the US financial statements completely and utterly meaningless. The president have any knowledge of this do they let them in on these things. Absolutely the president knows. Because if you look at the person who was in charge of doing this for the administration. It was the head of Owen be. Now, remember, you know, Madison Kelly were significantly opposed to the use of mercenary armies, they, you know, Mattis and, and Kelly used a lot of their stere- significant gravitas to help get major perforation increases for the army, and the and the OD as soon as that is done, they leave and the guy who promulgated fast fifty six is now in Kelly's physician in the White House. Now what does this mean this means with these changes in the financial statements that you can spend an enormous amounts of money, you basically have infinite amount of money secret money for secret armies? Well secret armies could be very dangerous when they decided to turn on you. Well, what was interesting is, is literally the same time it happened blackwater put out an ad that said, blackwater is coming. They're taking their name back to blackwater, so, you know, and the thing that's frightening. And you understand this if you've ever worked in Washington, it's like putting up a Nansen treasury and saying, we're open for business. You know, bring us proposals for how you can make the US stock market go up. You know, you mercenary companies, and we'll consider them, what problems did you encounter coming out with this story that they don't want released? Well, remember, I spent eleven years litigating with the department of Justice and, and at the heart of that was the fact that I was making software tools that brought transparency to how the money worked, you know, one county at a time because if you look at the federal budget in front Federal Credit, the swamp finances. One county at a time in America. And, you know, all politics are local, and if you have transparency about the, the federal finances at a county level or a congressional district level, so that photos can see it then a lot of these shenanigans. Can't go on and a lot of the waste in these shenanigans. Can't go on and the department of Justice Ceasar offices. Basically took the software put it under lock and key. It took me six years to get it back. And when I got back the most valuable pieces, we're going, they didn't want that transparency. Remember, you know, secrecy, George is a financial addiction because. In addition, defense, be fifty six, if you add national security waivers, in classification laws, you know, the same secret group of people can waive the SEC requirements for publicly traded companies and the danger of this is not just all the US securities. The US treasury bills, you know, the related GNC bonds, and stocks. It's not just those have gone dark. But now you're talking about the big contractors and the big banks potentially being dark now with fest, fifty six picked up past if I pick up a financial statement for one of these big companies, or for the US government. They're meaningless I don't know what they mean. Now, if there's a secret space program are they tapping into some of this money? Absolutely. I mean, I absolutely believe that if if you look at the if if you look at all the space spending as a percent of the budget or percent of GNP. Up until Kennedy's staff. And then you see what happens afterward. It absolutely looks to me like they flatlined the, you know, the, the NASA spending, and the government spending, and took, you know, the, the growth continued, but it continued dark. So I think a great amount of those activities have been taken dark. Now, I also think when you run a system with secrecy, as phenomenally expensive look at what it costs to run. An underground based on a secret basis versus public basis. The cost explodes. So part of the problem with all the secrecy is that its gone unbelievably expensive. And then it's very hard to hold everybody accountable when you have this much compartmentalization. So if you look at the reports of corruption, it's just off the charts. If you've ever heard someone like Bill Vinnie talk about the financial corruption at NSA I mean it makes your head spin. I know you know 'cause I've really. Done a lot of work on HUD. If you look at the waist, and the harm of this kind of financial corruption in the mortgage market, it's off the charts. Look at the harm it's done to millions of Americas through the foreclosures. You know what I was saying before, is during the eighties. A lot of the fraud was done with real estate in the mortgage market. And if you look at the players and the technology, they developed we came back, and we did it again, in the nineties, but we added the stock market and derivatives and the danger when you throw in derivatives, you know it it and you take the, the housing fraud, global, you know, you're talking you get into some very, very big number George. Things you saw when you were at HUD in how did you know that this skimming was underway. Well, I'll tell you how it started for me. I walked in, I before I became assistant secretary, you start off and you, you haven't been confirmed yet. The first thing I did Georgia's. I read all the law, and I said, what's my job? What does the law say? My job is one of my legally responsible for. And one of the first things I discovered is in these single family mortgage fund the fund that the fund is required by law to be run on a self supporting basis. So the premiums, you charge, the people who get the mortgage and what the mortgage insurance the money you charge has to pay for your operating expenses and any losses on defaults. So I said, okay, well, the first thing I need to do is find out if I'm in compliance. So I got the budget and the budget was huge I I'm a speed reader. And if you put the budget on the foreign all the budget justifications they went halfway to ceiling. So I sat down one week and I read them all, and then I call the budget officer and on Monday. And I said nowhere in here, does it say. If we're making losing money. And he said, well, that's not in the budget. I said, where is it? He said the accounts have it. I said, well, where is where the council, I need to talk to them? You said you're not allowed to talk to them. They report to a different assistant secretary. So to make a long story, I'd raised a lot of money for the Republican party. So I was still people got a pair of cufflinks accounts reported that moved over to report to me. So it took me a, while to get the accountants, you know, sort of, in my appreciation, I called him in. I was losing eleven million dollars a day in the single family fund. so i said well i need to know where all real estate is local local where we losing the money and they said well we don't keep place based information and i said well we may allow check if because this is an emergency do an estimated and bring it back so they come back in and they said well we're making money in eight regions at the time you had ten federations we're making money in eight regions and we're losing more than one hundred percent of that in two regions the first one was region six which is texas included texas in arkansas and then the second was the colorado region so i called the head of the regional director for texas who was absolutely you know terrific guy and i called him i said sam how much do you think you lost last year and he said oh i think we've probably break even i know you lost one point two billion dollars i'm faxing the financials and i'm flying down tomorrow and by the time i got down to fort worth george which was where are hit Quitters was region six. He had gotten all the field managers and they'd gone off into the smoke filled room and they had a plan on how they're gonna fix it. All all they needed was the numbers,.

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Go ahead. Get back to the phones and you're back here at AT and riding the wave with Dave. Let me see if shark Bates shark made you there, brother. Okay. I don't hear from shark bait. So let me go back here to let me get started with Laura real quick. I know Laura was there Laura you there. Yeah. I'm still here. Good. How you doing tonight? Pretty good. I was gonna I'm gonna tell you about the you. We will been talking about the mullahs report and by gate and stuff like that. Right. Right. Right. Well, I read I think video it was another interview by Bill Vinnie William bidding died from the former NSA on the arrest of Julian Assange. That's how you would look it up on YouTube. Well, the guy the people that interviewed him it was a LaRouche Pac dot com. Well, anyway, you can also find a PDF file you can use being or or Google either one. It says the way that you would look it up would be the British role in the part one the British role in the coup against the president is now exposed will you act now to save the nation while in the fifteen page article when he when you type, but when you type it all I mean, when he printed off, and it you know, that Christopher Steele was a immi- thick agent or form in my sixty. Well, in this article, it goes in in it tells it says, it's idea is that the British government and were a lot more involved with set trying to set up from because for two reasons one is that they were really scared that when Brexit happened that and it says to survive one term of Trump is fine, but not too, and these these these companies quotes come exactly from they like people from anonymous. They actually took somebody, you know, like, I guess what do you call it a hack them or whatever active formation you. Yeah. They were. And and it's more information in this article actually released by the lords which is the house of lords which is the upper house of parliament over there in England. And they were actually released just by the by the house of lords. Okay. Well, hey, Laura, we've got a hold up there because I take a little short break. So don't go.

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"So is your theory. But what what are you, including lipids, generally and watching them well in this this is why get back to HDL and triglycerides. So so they'll they'll really doesn't matter. I'm loath to state that. But I will say I certainly care a lot more about the markers that I'm sure Bill Vinnie. And I would talk about quite a lot. The the markers that show metabolic health. And also don't show that there's an inflammatory event of some kind to see our p. P CRP is one fasting insulin. I love. Yes. HDL being high triglycerides being low got by the way is what happened to me when I went on the right starting or are you still doing it, drew? Oh, yeah. You looking good. Here's the thing about drew for the audience. Yeah. You guys seeing the lady swoon. He's got these guns. He's got the shoulders to guy looks amazing. I can't say looks amazing for sixty. He looks amazing for my gut. Now. Here we go, but you had a little Koch going on. You did. I don't anymore. No. We were hugging. It out the other day at Corollas over at the Peterson. Yes. Wow. But but I most to me is I feel better, and I'm afraid to lose. What I you look amazing. Yeah. I I'm literally fearful of what happened. If I go back to where don't go back. I don't intend to at first you wife is complaining. Oh my God. That the Bill is the food bills complaining sue, you live on a golf course medical bills come later now. Trust me, she's not complaining, I still I still worry about the large vessel vascular stuff that I have in my family. We don't really know what to come on. Have you done? Right tester best I've ever been my whole life. My lipid profile is my triglycerides were in the were. I've never tried this right below one twenty one fifty seventy five on the site and HDL never been above fifty sixty five and Elliott was up a bit. But I I wasn't really paying much attention. I'm on my. Did you because you probably get your own test on? Did you get the large particle tasks? See that's that most doctors won't even get it done. Sure what to do with it? That's right. Well, because because we're we're we're interpreting data base on the studies. We have right not on the physiology. As we understand I'm telling you the data's been there for decades that I would like to show has been there that the data's been there that high HDL try this rights going back to framingham. Yeah. Yeah. Ahe was more was far more predictive than L D. That's why the great the the the heavy. Holy grails. Find something that raises HDL. I they're they're hotly pursuing that. Those things have not were again this gets back to they're looking at it backwards. If you if you do the things you're talking about the CTP inhibitors, which is clutch Terrell ester transfer thirteen hitters this trials failed. Not surprising to me because they win in through a monkey wrench into a very cascading Lee beautiful lipid system, which again, it's why I would have a tough time taking medication to alter it. Because I see how that sheen reworked, which is where I think I think I'm mostly affecting absorption a mile. What might haunches you're acting? Your is in why you would your elbow would be higher. Why the medication is helping me? So I don't think I'm affected in the cascade very much. I think I'm affecting cholesterol Georgian. As to why it is that your LDL would be lower. Okay. I would I would say rather. I think what's happening is you're blocking your H Jacor reduc days pathway. I'm doing that too. Which is rate. Limiting the veal secretion. I'm taking such a small amount though. It's but okay. So why not try not having?.

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on KGO 810

"So a lot of things to watch for and you know, what I'm really going to be curious about and it didn't happen against USC was the first time this year. I felt like Cal came out and really got hit in the mouth and didn't respond curious what the first four minutes of this one looks like from various perspective better come up with fire and brimstone because thinks get out of hand here in a hurry. So yeah, that was a tough performance. USC scored the first eleven points to the ball game the bears never recovered. And so tonight, you can't let that happen. If it does he may lose by thirty. Previous meeting between the two zero one eighty seven sixty five that was a ball game. The bears were in for a while. And we say that about you know, every ball game really up until the USC one that the bears have been in it. They've been close they've at least put some pressure on the opposition. But that didn't happen last time out against USC. We'll see if they can have a little bit different approach to start this one here in Tucson well chase. Jeeter was a big problem for the bears in that ball game. You had twenty three points. They had no answer for him inside. And then once Arizona was able to get that inside scoring that opened up the other guys to shoot from the perimeter so controlling chase. Jeeter who's been bothered by a back injury perk that against Oregon state a couple of weeks ago is not played well since that back injury. Also, they're not going to have Brandon Williams. He's not healthy enough. His right knee is giving him some problems. So they don't have a lot of depth either and their little short handed. So hopefully, the bears can take advantage. Conor van over in the center circle long. Jeeter getting ready to go here. Delray car, Mark, a Beasley and the lead official tonight is Bill Vinnie bits Bill is so welcome here in Tucson. But he is not welcome in New Orleans. Why because he was the referee of the NFC championship game between the Rams and the saints and saints fans will never forget. No, no. That was going to say they didn't forget that even watch the Super Bowl. They boycotted it in in large numbers. And they're not gonna forget about that one. But he's a very good. Official basketball fish was well tip off is brought to you by Oakland international airport. Do you wanna get your game going on time? Fly the East Bay way from oh. Aka the airport. Cal athletics. Bears wanted to tap into went over the head of. Darius mcneal who touched it, unfortunately. So there is only gets the first possession so bears in their road. Gold zone aware white tonight with red numbers Luther up top goes over right wing to Smith. He'll come back to the middle. Those over left wing drop it down Luther kick it back out extra pass the Pullman right corner short and ball's tipped back out here. Stacey got a hand on it. And then collects and tries to push it up and.

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"You know me that the referee the head referee of the Rams saints game is a gentleman named Bill vich. I'm not familiar with him. But I'm sure I've seen him on on TV. I couldn't pick him out of a lineup. If you told me his name the Rams when Bill benefit is the head referee are Owen five straight up against the spread. In fact, Rams nation is is onto this Rams nation has has created a petition to have the league change. Swap Bill Vinnie bitch out of the head referee role in this game because they fared so poorly with him as the head referee. K? You know, I love those kind of nuggets that's pretty good. The other thing though, I'll say to you is do we have any sense as to whether or not the saints will be basically telling the Rams their defensive schemes the way that the Cowboys were with the the the the awful ability to to cover up the signals that that came in. I mean, I are the saints going to give up four hundred rushing yards this week the way that the Cowboys did because the Rams will know their play calls as well. Well, plus, it's gonna be ladder. It's can be tough to audible at his stuff and things like that. So. Saints are obsessed. There's like four minutes left. They get a first down on the Philly. Thirty three. Phil go wins. Again, they just need eight more yards. Kamara runs left tackle for one. Short pass the Ingram for one Kamera runs. Right. Tackle for minus three settling for the. Let's fifty two yard field goal. That's a game. If if you're a great team, I feel like you get a first down on that drive. It worries me that they agree with you. It really worries me that they didn't. And you look at some of the stuff they did in that game. They're running plays with with hill is is involved. And he's running running deep on plays. And they were little gimmicky trying to get going which which really scared me. And I dunno fight that game was close. They really could a lot Hugh hit on it though there. There are no great teams in this year's playoffs. As far as I'm personally concerned yet. It's a pretty evenly matched four teams. And if any one of these four teams winning the Super Bowl. Okay. But, you know, congrats to them they they aren't it. These are the four best teams in the league, they distinguish themselves. It's it is a rarity that we have one two against one too. But there they are the four best teams. And so, you know, pretty evenly matched. Which is why the lines are all going. You know, I don't know where they'll settle but like right around three three and a half. Well, you just made the case to take the three and a half if everyone's evenly matched learn I'd take him points. The half point is is is a really a hit the pause button kind of opportunity. The other thing is I really subscribe to your Sheldon rankings thing. I think it's going to be immense. And what does Rams just did in terms of ball control? And that play action. The how how they were able to set up a play action. That's the best case for Gough is they're able to create a credit credible play action opportunity for him. Then he's got the time to be back there and get comfortable if there if the if he can't get comfortable there eft, the Rams are after I mean, this is there still a little bit of work to do. Sean McVeigh has got a little ways to go to get Goff up to that upper tier he still show as a little happy feet. He you can see him get nervous sometimes yet at they can't if if the Rams established the run 'cause rankings as out than than that makes this. Game. Really interesting. Well, and then the other thing is maybe Dallas is good. It may be that. Rams victory was more impressive than we realized last. Week douse had a really good defense in the Rams annihilated. It, you know. And it's like whether they had the defensive signals are not. I just don't understand how much of an advantage that could be maybe. Mongla advantage. He could live injury for forty eight times for two hundred eighty zone zone..

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"And we need everybody, and you know, our history of petitions here, Greg you nor history petitions we handedly got the Rams game moved from Mexico City to the Coliseum. One hundred percent true. Even Kevin off said don't get in the way of Steve Mason in a petition, but this in all seriousness, this probably won't work. But shouldn't it shouldn't it work? Will you know? It's interesting. Here's what it's gonna. Oh, now, I'm looking at these pile up there. The signatures are coming in. You know, what it's going to do. Hopefully, if we can get enough attention to this petition it's going to affect Bill Vinnie bitch himself. I think it's unlikely that we get them removed. But you know, what he's thinking about it? Then he doesn't throw out Aaron Donald exactly it's like when Phil Jackson used to work over the refs in his post game press conference, and it would sensitize them to making better calls in the future. That's what we're doing. We. We are putting Bill vich on notice. We are paying attention. We know his history with the Rams, and we will not stand forgetting screwed. If I'm Roger Goodell, though. I look at that. And I go, you know, what? Vintage is a great official. He's one of my favorites. He's good. But this is a bad fit. Let's in couldn't they just is easily. Switch the crews put the guys in Kansas City, New Orleans, put the people in New Orleans and Kansas City. They'll work for the same company, right? Who's of course, why wouldn't you? Oh boy. The signatures are porn in. This is awesome. I mean, I don't to me. This seems like why would you want that narrative out there? That doesn't it's not good for the league. But when is the league ever been smart about handling PR? They're low. Yeah. They're the worst. They're the worst cheifs solo yesterday. Venice mates was pissed that Tom Brady would suggest he is above human for claiming. He doesn't get concussions because training, do you know that story? No the stories the stories. So you're taking to me. So Tom Brady has announced in an interview. This was on on Monday that he is immune to hits. He says. That whole season he missed when Matt Cassel had to play quarterback. I've been doing this a long time. So your body gets used to the hits the brain understands the position you're putting the body into in. My brain is wired for contact. I would say in some ways I have become immune to hits that. Is that weird Tom Brady magical thinking thing? Like if you drink enough water, you will not get sunburned avocado ice cream of.

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"bill vinnie" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"bill vinnie" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Life. So what Momo said is you're doing that just to protect yourself. You don't wanna be hurt? And she pointed out accents that no matter. What happens on Sunday? I will be hurt if we lose. So why not go all in and call for the Rams going to the Super Bowl? Yeah. And you can't affect it. So it's like you might as well throw John? Oh, no lucky ram shirt. Now, how many days in a row if you're in the same shirt, this is four four days in a row this my lucky ramp shirt? Yeah. All we. And I'm guessing you have in washed even want force not. That's not of course, not what would be wrong tonight. You get home. You throw it in the wash you clean it up and then wording into more really want to wash the luck off this shirt. Did you wear that? You're during the cowboy game. Yes. I did. Okay. Well, then don't do anything. I've also parked in exactly the same spot in the garage since last week. I don't want if somebody took my parking spot. I would get them to move. I would find a way to get them to move. Absolutely. That is the lucky parking spot. So this idea that somehow you cannot affect I don't buy that. I think we do. I'm all for superstition. Yeah. I actually think when I get into a good role. All do, you know, like if I'm doing if I'm playing well in golf, I'll I'll put the club back in the same place where I took it out of the same ball, which makes no sense. But I will continue to play the same use whatever whatever is going on. Okay. But going so good for you superstition away. And you know, what let's win this thing. Let's go to Lanta. Let's go to the Super Bowl. I can feel it coming. So there's one guy in our way. Yeah. I saw this. This is weird. Go ahead and explain what we're talking about. And then I'll tell you what I think we're talking about then of it. Bill Vinnie bitch will be the head of fischel for the NFC championship game. The Rams are Onate with him as the AFI head official. And this is the guy that is going to be the head of fischel for Sunday. The Rams are Onate with Vinny as their head referee despite being fifty five forty eight and one without him since two thousand twelve benefits has never assessed the Rams opponent more penalty yardage. That includes the games where McVeigh has coached on average. The Rams nearly double the penalty yardage assessed. When compared to their opponents in the games vich is reference two thousand twelve he's the only ref to of ojected Aaron Donald. And that's a pretty compelling case. I mean, it's pretty good sample size eight games. Never once more penalties. The other team only guy ever to addict, your Donald if you're the NFL you have plenty of competent officials. I mean, if this was judicial system, wouldn't you just remove this judge for the appearance of bias? Absolutely. Absolutely. And. A very smart guy by the name of. Let's see what's his name who's the kid that did this a petition. We we can't find him. His name is Andrew lip talk. We don't know where he is. We don't know how to reach him is he in LA. We don't even know that we know he's Andrew lip talk. That's all we know. Maybe you can guide someone out there knows Andrew lip somebody's. Yeah. And he started a petition right now. It's got fifty six hundred and forty signatures, and I'm trying to sign it. I'd like to do it right now. I'm tweeting right now a link to the petition, and it's the tweet reads like this stop. I just got your tweet stock Bill Vinet. He scheduled to be the head official for the NFC championship game on Sunday. The Rams are Owen eight when vich is official. He is the only guy yet ever to object Aaron Donald join our crusade signed this petition. I know this. I'm I'm filling it out. It's fairly simple. It says I'm Oklahoma City. So that'll give the appearance of not being in Los Angeles. Which is even better. All right. I just signed. There you go..

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