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WMAL 630AM

13:53 min | 2 years ago

"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Guide to global warming and environmentalism coming up in the five o'clock hour, and will Cain some perspective on what the left really wants to do to our country under the guise of environmentalism. But right now joining us, it's always a pleasure to have the chairman of the American conservative union, and therefore a big grand poobah of CPAC. One Matthew schlab, Mr. slap. Thanks for joining us, sir. Larry great to be with you. I'm always trying to get smaller. I meant not big in girth stature in stature and importance in fact, to that listen, I know a couple of weeks ago, there was all these rumors floating around that you might run for Senator in Kansas and stuff. And now, you know, good old secretary of state Pompeo is sort of, you know, get their floating his name. Can we just dismiss with all that? Will you please run for governor of Virginia match lap. We need you in Richmond. Wow. I I to say I don't know if I've ever seen a better example of karma in my life. Than the governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia talking about infanticide, executing babies as the president said in his state of the union next thing, you know, the people he went to medical medical school with him. They were so offended by statements. We're going to go look at the yearbook and bring up images of him in black face and away. We have gone to one of the most amazing political downfalls I've ever seen. Yeah. And it's not just north on. But certainly it starts there. People always asking these days who leaked that picture from the yearbook. Maybe it was Jesus, you know, in response to infanticide Bill. Well, where do you think things stand now as every prominent democratic except for Jim Moran in Virginia has insisted? And now today the Washington Post is insisted that Ralph Northam step down. If he does how does attorney general Mark herring survived considering he's got the exact same problem. Yeah. No. I don't see any of these gentlemen surviving. The interesting thing. Virginia's you know, Larry, it's a one term term limits on the governor. So you're kind of a lame duck. If you get elected. Yes. So I don't know what the governor thinks he's accomplishing just kind of hanging in there. It's a Republicans dream to see him try to fight to hold onto his office. And talking about the hypocrisy of all this you have to Lieutenant governor who calls upon the governor to step down. And then the governor the governor's political team seems to spread some some really rough accusations on only Senate governor. And and now you have the G who should be the person who would come into the office is guilty of the same thing. He said the governor should step down for it would be an interesting movie, maybe even a comedy if it wasn't so disgusting and tragic and really just shows the Crecy of of the Democrats rented Virginia, Matt I I've worked in the fictional end of the entertainment. Business. This script would get rejected. Nobody would believe it the way. This is transpired. I do want to get to the accusations against Lieutenant governor Fairfax in a moment because it is the most serious part of this story, but just sit here for a moment on Ralph Northam. I listen, I had you on quite a bit in two thousand seventeen to speak on behalf of Ed Gillespie and his campaign. And I think that you would agree that it was one of the most despicable dirtiest campaigns the north and people ran against Espy suggesting that he is in some way a racist. Given that context I'd love for you to sort of revisit that and talk about this this north of operation and how ugly that was knowing. Now what we know. Yeah. I mean, really there's almost no slurred that could be thrown at Republican these days because it's a unifier for the democrat and back during that campaign. There was this whole question about the ugliness of white nationalists protesting in Charlottesville, something none of us likes to see. And and and and the specter of the idea that people think all these issues should come down, and especially confederate leaders, etc. And isn't that I'd say everyone, even those of us who were strongly supporting Ed would say that, you know, the whole topic made him uncomfortable because you have such a decent human being he's more. Temperate and careful and he's a good, man. And the last thing he has his any animus and it just just distraught. That that nobody at the RTA or other places thought to kind of push back on north by. Looking at his past that it seems like it was just right there. A couple of steps away. Yeah. Well, you mentioned the are you think that's a lot of people are asking us, and, you know, people at the political operative level at it in in these circles, you think it was the G as a misstep you think it was the Gillespie campaigns misstep. I mean, we have a I think Republican politics is dominated by, you know, people talk about our consultant class, which is true. And you know, they kind of run to where they get remunerated the best and opposition research and understanding your opponent. Usually is not is not the place where you can make that ties of premium. And so I think, unfortunately, this is the blocking and tackling of politics. Yeah. We'll stay on the on the yearbook front. This all started with what they did to ROY Moore and did to himself, by the way. And so I think this is just a part of it. Now. There's a lot of people across the country who are calling their mothers seeing if the yearbooks are in the basement because they want to make sure. Rex happened. And they wanna make sure you know, what was might have been set in Jeff. As a child. I can come back and haunt you as an adult. Yeah. I lied makes. You wonder where the likes of Lee atwater are these days because you're right. It is blocking and tackling and Republicans are just neglecting opposition research. They better wake up, especially in the Hillary Clinton team does opposition research, and it turned into a full blown FBI investigation for crying out loud. That belongs in the hall of fame of opposition research. You you spend some money trying to come up with a political document against your opponent. And it turns into an international crisis. Yeah. Disgusting, but you have to give them credit for for colluding with the FBI to try to win a race. I guess. Yeah. I I've got plenty to say about the media's ignorance here or there willful ignorance in light of this stuff. And I'm gonna get to that in a few minutes, Matt. But while I've got you. I do want to now focus on Justin Fairfax and Lieutenant governor of Virginia and some pretty I mean, everyone's saying oh, gosh, you should be consistent in your principal. With regard to the Brett Cavanaugh Christine Blasi Ford situation, and this well, there are quite a few differences between the cavenaugh thing. And the Fairfax thing are there not. I think absolutely first of all the the the question of of with Cavanaugh was so ludicrous. And there was never really anybody to support that kind of behavior, and as, you know, both the ethics oversight board has looked at all these charges that said there was there truce to I think the one thing where there's some similarity. However is you know, what what an accusation is made. The person who's making the accusations should have the chance to to have the ability to come forward and explain what happened. And and so I think in this case, I think that needs to happen. That's what happened with judge Cavin, obviously, they did it on national television. And I think the same thing needs to happen here in Virginia. I also think I mean, listen the charges against capital let something that happened when they were teenagers a long long time ago. And as as serious as what was described is. It was frankly, not at all at the level of what we're seeing in this Fairfax allegation, which is just a full blown sexual assault. And also the woman making the accusations against Lieutenant governor. Fairfax is she she isn't very vague on details. Right. I mean, this is an incredibly detailed and. Thorough description of events that I'm seeing. Yeah. No. I think that's right. I think look I think it's I think when it comes to these types of things there is some truth that we ought to take our democrat and Republican hats off, and when a credible charges made. You know, we ought to listen to it. I think for what I heard from most women after they heard from misplaced Ford was they actually get find that. There was a lot of holes in what she was talking about. They didn't know if it was intentional or just because she went through other traumas. But you know, I heard that over and over again, I thought the most interesting about Boise Ford. Also with her own family, didn't go public inciting the letter of support for for which told me that they had their own concerns about whether or not her story was truthful, and I think that those types of indicators help fair minded voters understand who's telling the truth, and who isn't and I think that process has to go on a Virginia. But I don't see any way that that that that could accrue to the lead Lieutenant governor's ability to credibly become the next governor. I really do think I think it takes him off the field, and quite honestly, you should want to clear his name if he's innocent. And if he thought he needs to go away. So how does this unfolds now match slap? Because basically, you're saying that all three of them need to sort of go away, or at the very least you get their house in order before they think about doing the people's business of Regina. Now, my I put my partisan hat on which the partisan. I I could be honest about that the governor not stepping down. The is the greatest boost for Republicans in the Commonwealth. You could ever imagine. So politically, I'm fine with I guess to governor hanging in there. But I think you know, I do think that it's just disgusting that after he made those comments about infanticide, which to me were incredibly horrific. And then we find out he's a fraud on the question of race, which is also a problematic. He needs to go away. Now, whether he goes away because he resigned or he goes away to kick it because because he becomes a little smaller every day and his reputation is in shatters, and he becomes an asterisk in the history of Virginia as one of the least respected governors ever. If that's the course he wants to choose. I guess he has the right to choose that. But eventually, my guess is the legislature tries to take their own steps to remove him. And. And keeping your partisan hat on there. I'm a partisan right there with you match lab. Do you think it's actually better for Republicans right now that the north and stay right there through this election coming up this November as every seat it will be a up for grabs in the twenty nine thousand election in Virginia. You know, what's funny in the end, what you have a politician that is so wounded like the governor of Virginia is it is exceedingly beneficial to the opposition party every day. He stays in office. He makes all of these ridiculous ridiculous claims that he made against Ed Gillespie that Democrats cavalierly make against conservatives by calling them racist by saying they're fastest by saying that they're anti semitic all of these cavalier charges. It makes folks realize that there's tremendous hypocrisy behind so much about. So I agree with you. If he stays it also could be the greatest thing that happened matter of fact, I don't know how the Democrats. Get out of this Virginia. I've been the next person in line. The speaker of the house who is who happens to be a Republican. But as you said, we're heading right into another election in Virginia where we're going to determine these majorities. In the legislature? So there's a lot at stake in a state like Virginia that seemed to be on a fast track becoming completely blue. And I think people when they get to see what being blue means in terms of policy and hypocrisy in the fact that people are used to get their votes. They don't really believe believe what they say. I think it has gives Republicans a real chance to make the case in Virginia and other places that they need some good smart and attractive candidates to make that case match lap. And that's why once again, I am imploring you to make your announcement. Now that you will be running for governor of Virginia. Larry, you're just you know, I need to hire you to be my my career management. Yeah. That would help me tremendously. Maybe we could get you to think about doing something in Maryland. I think we know very well who your career manager. Yes. Yes, totally NC is a little busy actually to that end. I really I really you go. It's been two days now, but the folks in Mercedes shop there the communication shop and the whole team in the west wing must just be thrilled with that state of the union and how it went over in this. I mean that was something else wasn't it. Yeah. Yeah. They I can tell in talking to people and talking to her that they were proud to work for the president. He put his best foot forward. The words matter. 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"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"During the campaign assist. I think he would mind me telling me his name. His name is Seth. Boa boa during some of our long rides around the Commonwealth. The very issue of black facing K mart. Then he really did a good kid. Communicating to me. Particularly during that conversation. I said I put some polish on my face. I competed in a dance contest dressed up action. And I said, I assume you probably would would think that's offensive. He said I would. And I said, you know, what Steph? I appreciate you being open with me politics for what I've done in the past. And I can promise you I'll never do that again in the future. Oh, it's just like the democrat party. They just they regret everything they've done in the past. And now, let's go together into an infanticide future hand in hand. Sometimes severed. Seth polka Lebowa. Bolo is a very close friend his assistant during the campaign. That says is assistant is it doesn't have any real friends. So he hires them, and then his friends set the puck Lebowa he told him that he just learned this during the pre the governor his campaign, he was running for governor. And he just learned this in two thousand. Eighteen. Pokey abo-, don't whatever you do. Don't poke my boa pokey abo- so lyrical name. It's a wonderful name, Seth Kia boa. It is. And I said I wanna play it again because it's so much fun. This is what he actually said this is not we didn't do an NBC edit on this or anything this, and we didn't crop it off the doesn't sound better. If you let it run he said Saturday that he has always fought, very hard long and hard. In fact, four racism is what he said what I really want to do is talk about the the racism and the hatred and the bigotry that I have fault so long and hard for. He's been fighting long and her for racism hatred and bigotry is that's what he said. I'm just gonna take him at his word. I let's go to let's go to the telephones is the governor of one of our states. He's got to be taken at his word and Michael lip says not him because that was a real black guy wearing those plaid pants from the judge Smales collection. Let's go to let's go to Sharon in Hyattsville, Maryland, Sharon, you're on the Chris Plante show. Hi, trish. I just wanted to have right on with the last caller Mike said about it. It's it was really an a a real African American now because the hand was black. That'll mean, nothing I mean, it's obvious if he's gonna pay his face black your payments, hand black. It's already halfway black. You just rubbed all that stuff on his face with his hand picked it. Yeah. You have to do. Yeah. Just rub your hands because it's your hands dirty covered the black because you've just made yourself black face. Yeah. That's the point, you know, doing black face a major whatever part, you're gonna have exposed. Doesn't make sense. If it doesn't look like, it's. The way that the person look it's not a real Afro-American the color is clearly like shoe polish. Yeah. Yeah. I've never been a real a doctor in African American. I made that color is is that like that. Then you know, his his features. I, you know, it's just obvious. It's as obvious as the day is long, but Democrats will pull out all the stops. They'll try any trick. They will offer any irrational explanation. Just to muddy the waters, they they love muddying the waters. They're very good at it. And and you raise absurd questions and absurd possibilities. No. That's really a black guy. You can tell because his hand is black. Well, that's not really as that very convincing. And again, you saw those pants Sharon, those those plaid pants, no self respecting black, man. I don't recall seeing. Well, I wouldn't that even probably maybe in the sixties, but the eighties and now no no brother would whether I was. You know? Especially that young. Anyway, maybe if they were old or something like that. Yeah. Hanging out at a golf club age land, those kind of pants. No, no, those are white guy pants. There are certain pants that are definitely white guy pants and those are like the like the pink ones with the little whales on them and stuff. Those are white guy pants. I don't know it just look obvious to me that it was all painted on clearly the hand as well as the face clearly. And it's honestly there is that that color is not found on anybody in nature. You can go to Gonda you won't find people that color, right? Yeah. Everybody knows that except liberals. It's just so much hypocrisy. It's just like, you know, we got the what they like they they can do things from twenty years ago, and all is forgiven. But when you gotta pie, although they still are and always will be the same. I you know, it just like one sack change in the but then Fairfax with the sexual assault. Not only the race issue. But it's like it gets about a lot of other things, you know, dislike the Justice that was accused of rape when it was no proof. The yet right now today, you know, people are supposed to feel believe like he's some kind of racist or something like that. Oh, it's impossible for him to change. Yup. And then it wasn't it wasn't proof about that make the lie. So big that. No, one would dare not believe it, isn't it? Amazing. Sharon, wonderful to hear your voice. You too. Chris. Thanks for checking in. Let's go to Lord Fairfax here. Let's go to Justin. Fairfax. Because he's the Lieutenant governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. He's now been accused of sexual assault and a serious sexual assault. And the the news media says that and the Washington Post they had the story ages ago, but they didn't run with it because they didn't have multiple independent. Corroborating witnesses or something like the head with Brett Cavanaugh Christine Blasi with all the corroborating witnesses that came forward that. She contemporaneous shared the information. She didn't none of that is true. There were no corroborating witnesses. No corroborating testimony. Justin. Fairfax is a democrat. He's hoping to move into the governor's mansion soon. The allegation is.

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"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Our news and call in show that the midterm elections from WNYC in public radio stations across the country. Good evening, everyone. Good afternoon. In hawaii. I'm Brian Lehrer in for Jonathan Kaye part tonight and tomorrow night every Monday through Thursday through the mid term elections. This program is bringing you the latest political news and analysis, and we are listening to your thoughts and feelings and questions about the issues that matter most to you and tonight, we have lots of issues on the agenda. And I mean, lots with as many as one hundred fifty initiatives on the ballot in thirty eight states issues ranging from hunting rights to voting rights. We will get to this year's bumper. Crop of valid questions later in the hour. But we begin as we do every evening with the news. That's affecting our politics today. For example, we have President Trump so confusion on the disappearance. Jamal kashogi in a very similar way to how he sows confusion about Russia. We have Elizabeth Warren revealing that she accepted Trump's challenge to take DNA test to prove that she has some native American blood. And if she does he said, he would donate a million dollars to the charity of her choice. Spoiler alert. Trump says he doesn't believe the results. And by the way, the Cherokee nation is an exactly endorsing them either. And a new poll three weeks before the midterm elections finds the Brett Cavanaugh Christine Blasi Ford spectacle has produced mixed results in the electorate will see what's there that ABC news Washington Post poll to as we welcome amber Phillips who reports on politics for the Washington Post, and from New Haven, Connecticut. The New York Times magazine correspondent Yale Law School, fellow and slate politics gap fest co-host, Emily basil on. Hi, emily. Hi, amber, thanks for joining America on the line tonight. Thanks for having us, amber. We all know, how Trump has said Putin denies involvement in the twenty sixteen election as if Putin is a credible source, and maybe it was a four hundred pound hacker sitting on his couch and since that's been effective for him. I guess listen to the similarities with what he said this morning about the evidence that the Saudi government had killed your colleague, amber, Jamal kashogi firmly.

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"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Mr. Cavanaugh, and Mr. judge extremely inebriated. They clearly been drinking prior and the other people at the party or not. And living ask you just to follow up on that. When you said, it was clear that they had been drinking prior do you mean prior to the time you had gotten there or prior to the time they had arrived? Prior to the time that they arrived. I don't remember. Call who arrived first though. Okay. Some context here. This is Dan O'Donnell NewsTalk eleven thirty. W I said what Rachel Mitchell. The prosecutor is attempting to demonstrate is that there were other sober people there and Dr four just admitted that those sober people, including her friend, Leland Kaiser said definitively they were not there. Now, remember Ford admits she cannot remember the date this happen. She cannot remember the exact location this happened. She cannot remember how she got there. And her memory ends after she walked outside and was standing out in the street or on the sidewalk outside of the party after this alleged incident. She doesn't remember how she got home. She said nothing about this for thirty years. So this is an attempt to draw out the fact that there is no way that she is remembering this as accurately as her statement indicates opening statement or. Our testimony indicates that she did especially given all of the inconsistencies that have developed in this story since she I told it to the Washington Post and to her congresswoman coming up after the break, we will get your chance to win a thousand dollars in the fall fortune cash contest. Mark Belling had two winners yesterday, four o'clock and five o'clock already two winners. Four w I s listeners you're listening to special coverage of the Brett Cavanaugh Christine Blasi Ford hearing on news talk eleven thirty w I s at.

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"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The level on the go. What President Trump is saying now about a supreme court nominee radar is clear. It's fifty five on monument, circle, partly cloudy, and rather partly sunny and sixty seven year high today, I'm C J Miller. Here's what's trending at eight thirty one o judge cavenaugh this or that. It's happened to me many times I've had many false charges President Trump yesterday during a press conference talking about his court pick Brett Cavanaugh Christine Blasi four and she's accused Cavanaugh the sexual assault back in nineteen eighty-two. Both she and Cavanaugh will testify separately this morning before the Senate Judiciary committee in prepared remarks for describes a summer night in one thousand nine hundred eighty to a house party in a hand over her mouth to keep her from screaming. She wrote that boys hand was bright Kavanagh's that she feared he would accidentally kill her. And that she only got away when Kavanagh's jumped on them. Meanwhile, the Senate Judiciary committee has been speaking to two men who claim they were the ones who attacked Ford. Not cava. One of them has submitted written statements. The other spoke to committee staff over the phone in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News before President Trump's press conference last night's which over to the Cavanaugh hearing, the president offered some comments on the steel industry. In fact, steel is like the hottest. Sara Lee pleased with the president's style or rhetoric at times. But in the policies are really working congressman Jim banks maintain strong economic numbers argue against predictions of a democratic wave and banks. Emphasizes the election is still nearly six weeks away. Eric Berman Ninety-three WABC mobile new and some lawmakers in Michigan wants to raise the minimum age to get married. Republican state Senator Rick Jones says there's currently no minimum age. And he says he was shocked to find out from a news report that teenagers as young as fourteen can get married in Michigan with the consent of at least one parents and the approval of a judge. I am outraged outraged that appearance would allow their fourteen year old daughter to be married to an older man and those rules were put in place in Michigan back in the eighteen eighties. When it was more common for younger teenagers to get married. A Jones says that no one younger than sixteen should be allowed to get married for any reason, I'm C J Miller on the level. On the go and on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com. Eight thirty four sports with Mark Teichmann..

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"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good morning land all is going to be on the Senate Judiciary committee this morning supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh Christine Blasi for the woman who's accused him of sexual misconduct, though, both testify President Trump continues to back Cavanaugh somebody could come and say thirty years ago twenty five years ago ten years ago five years ago. He did a horrible thing to me. He did this. He did that he did that. And honestly it did very dangerous period in our country. But Trump admits he's thinking has been shaped by allegations against him. And he says Dr Ford could convince him he's being she's being truthful. Trump also meets today with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, Rosenstein, reportedly talked about wearing a wire invoking the twenty fifth amendment to remove Trump from office. The president was asked if he plans to fire Rosenstein, who was very nice, and we'll see and he's a member of the Trump administration in that sense. It suggests this department I would certainly prefer not doing that Rosie s he's not fire him. All right. There's no way. I mean, he's backpedaling it and he's not gonna and he doesn't fire people face to face anyway. So he has somebody else do it. Oh, yeah. You always have somebody else do except on the apprentice, even then right? I I think the Rosenstein the safe I really do the controversial Colin Kaepernick Nike just do it ad campaign. Almost didn't happen. The New York Times says Nike nearly cut ties with copper Nick in the months before launching the ad blitz. Kapernick had been a Nike athlete since two thousand eleven but since he wasn't playing in the NFL, the sneaker company didn't know how to actually utilize them. It was only when they decided to embrace what capper next stood for that. Did they decide to keep them? And then he forced led that campaign that reported the caused Nike stock to soar it has, you know, by the way their sales are up. So all those people who said that's the end of Nike either burning Nike stuff they were wrong. No, I like those people who were burning their Nike stuff with it on. Did you see? Hey, thanks, though appreciated coming up. We want your phone call. Are you gonna be watching the cavenaugh forward hearings today and view think anything will be said to change your mind? Call us we want to hear what you have to say eight hundred three to one zero seven ten and who doesn't need some extra cash. Your next chance. Two thousand dollars coming up at nine hundred five here on seven ten W. O R coming.

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"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on AP News

"As interim chairman of the board to replace longtime chief last moon, Vaz Parsons is the former chairman of Time Warner and city core. He was added to the board of CBS earlier this month along with five others as the company pursues an independent investigation into moon. Vaz's Moonves resigned just after six women joined others who had previously accused the longtime television executive of sexual misconduct. It was an obscenity trial that had the attention of the world. And now the actual book at the center of it is going up for sale. A paperback copy of lady Chatterley's lover used by the judge in the UK trial of publisher penguin books could bring as much as twenty thousand dollars at auction. Penguin was prosecuted in nineteen sixty for publishing d h Lawrence's book about an affair between a wealthy woman and her husband's gamekeeper a landmark in the Frank literary depiction of sexuality it took jurors just three hours of deliberation. Defined penguin not guilty. And the case came to be seen as a landmark victory for freedom of speech and the sign of changing social Moore's the copies being sold by the bees in London on October thirtieth and comes with a bag hand-stitched by Dorothy, burn the wife of judge Laurence, burn. So that the breast couldn't step pictures of the judge with such a scandalous read. It also includes a sheet of paper with Dorothy burns handwritten notes detailing the books explicit passages with descriptions, lovemaking course, and page numbers. A museum containing the world's largest collection of angels is closing. Joyce Berg, who's eighty eighty-seven and calls herself. The angel lady launched the angel museum in Beloit Wisconsin twenty years ago with her personal collection, which has now grown to thirteen thousand one hundred sixty five six hundred of them are African American angel donated by Oprah Winfrey Burg says the museum shutting down because of a lack of funds, and there are just haven't been enough volunteers. She estimates. At least one hundred eighty thousand people visited the museum housed in a former church, which will close on Saturday Burks hired an auction company to sell most of our collection and calls the closing bittersweet. Hi, I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Trump says he will be listening to the testimony from both Brett Cavanaugh Christine Blasi Ford when they.

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"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"brett cavanaugh christine blasi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Progressive and the listeners of Kate Kiwi mostly clear tonight in the bay area with overnight lows in the mid fifty s tomorrow, it'll be another sunny day high temperatures ranging from the mid seventy s to the low eighties. It's six minutes after five this is Kay Kiwi. Public radio. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Michelle Martin. We're going to start the program today with the latest on the nomination of supreme court hopeful Brett Cavanaugh Christine Blasi for the woman who has accused him of sexually assaulting her. Within three decades ago has agreed to testify publicly this coming week. She's scheduled to appear before the Senate Judiciary committee on Thursday morning. Cavenaugh has strongly denied the allegation and is also expected to appear. This could be a critical moment for Kavanagh's nomination. And it could also be moment with political reverberations for both major parties just forty days before the midterm elections in November NPR's congressional reporter Kelsey Snell has been following all of this. And she's with us now. Kelsey, welcome. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you. So now Ford's attorneys say they are still negotiating some of the details of her appearance. What are they agreed to so far? Yeah, they have agreed that both Cavanaugh and Ford will appear, but they will not be in the room at the same time. And they've also agreed to limited press access and a smaller here room that they say will kind of help manage the spectacle that they saw in the earlier part of his confirmation process. They also want to give breaks. So that Ford if she this is expected to be a really emotional time for her. And so the committee has agreed to give her break says she needs and they've agreed with equal time to every Senator who wants to talk for also getting heightened security because both cavenaugh and Ford happy receiving death threats. It looks like there won't be other witnesses which is kind of a big bone of contention at this point Democrats wanted to call Mark judge who someone who is identified as being in the room when the attack happened back in the nineteen eighties Ford's attorneys say he wasn't subpoenaed. And Republicans are also circulating emails from other alleged witnesses who say they weren't aware of the attack. Even though they were named in a letter. Neither side will get to hear from those people, which is creating what democrat. That's are calling kind of a he said she said situation. Now, I think many people who've been following this might remember that this comes after some days of back and forth between committee Republicans and for its attorneys. Do we have any sense of what they were talking about for? So what took so long? Yeah. They've been negotiating over some pretty crucial details, according to an Email exchange that we obtained earlier today. Some parts seemed to still be unresolved, but they seem fairly minor in the grand scheme of things. Perhaps the most contentious issue, though has been a fight over who would question Ford. Her attorneys wanted just to be senators but Grassley staff ended their Email today saying the issue is non-negotiable and witnesses. Don't get to choose who asks the questions. Well, it just sounds like from what you're describing. This could be a fairly arduous day was senators question, both Ford and Cavanaugh. And it's obviously, I think deeply political. So how are both sides handling how the two parties handling this? Yeah. And it's it's it's one of those situations where it's become a partisan infighting, and it's been like that for some time. But the the the issue of the allegations is really driven the two parties apart as you mentioned will be happening less than a month and a half before the election and Republicans wanted his Amish in confirmation to be a part of like the big final pitch to voters about how successful they've been. But now it's become really divisive. And they're onto the defensive Democrats are teeing up situation where they'll hold Republicans accountable for how they behave in this hearing. That's NPR's. Kelsey snell. Kelsey, thank you. Thank you so much. We'd like to go back now to the situation that comes closest to this in recent memory that would be in one thousand nine hundred ninety one when Anita hill was summoned by the Senate Judiciary committee to testify about allegations of sexual harassment by then supreme court nominee Clarence Thomas. Those hearings riveted the nation. There were other witnesses who spoke on her behalf and on behalf of Clarence Thomas. But not everybody who wanted to was called by the committee chairman, the democratic Senator Joe Biden, one of the people who wanted to testify, but was not called what Sakari Hartnett like Anita hill. She'd worked for Clarence Thomas at the Equal Employment Opportunity commission, she wound up submitting a sworn affidavit and Sakari and is with us. Now. Welcome. Thank you so much for joining us. Hello, let me just clarify that you worked at the EEOC from nineteen eighty five to nineteen Eighty-six. You never met in need a hill. You didn't overlap with her at the agency. What prompted you to send a letter to the committee about your experience and to offer to testify. Well, I worked in the same position that Anita hill worked in as a special. Assistant to the chairman in the chairman's office and often times I saw people come in and out of the chairman's office. So when I looked at what was happening to Anita hill. It was unconscionable to see the way that she was being treated by the committee. And I knew that what she was saying was true because I observed some of those very same situations myself. So let me just paraphrase from the sworn affidavit that you said you said you were not claiming to be a victim of sexual harassment. But you wanted to testify about sexualizing atmosphere that you observe we you said that young black women in particular were quote being inspected and auditioned as a female, but why did you feel that that added to the understanding of the events because you're saying you did not have specific knowledge of their interactions. What I wanted to do was corroborate. The fact that Anita hill like so many other young females at the commission would be an audition by Clarence for whatever purpose. He will call them into his office in particular with me Clarence expected me to be available to him every morning and for lunch, and I would run down to a friend of mine's office and hide just to avoid Vince situation with Clarence where I would have uncomfortable conversations. What do you think you weren't called to testify? Did they ever say anything to you? Or do you have any sense of why you were not call? I have no idea. My letter was not solicited a met with the dean of law school. We drafted the letter and submitted it to the Senate Judiciary committee. There was some talk about the fact that certain people would be called to testify, and I agree to do that. And I did it reluctantly I didn't really want to be thrown into the public at Mus fear anymore than anyone else. But I felt it was necessary to say that because that position is very important position. As position that affects the lives of all of us. Were you glad that you spoke up when you did. Are you sorry that you spoke up when you did on? No, I have no regrets about speaking up. When I did. I mean, there have been repercussions in terms of my employment in terms of law firms will want to be associated with someone who had a history of making a statement against a supreme court Justice, by the mere fact that some of their their cases could possibly go before the supreme court. It did have somewhat of a negative impact on my professional career. But I've always tried to live on the rights out of Justice. Now, I may not have always succeeded, but I've always tried and I thought that that was really important to make the statement on behalf of Anita hill before we let you go Christine quasi Ford's lawyers say she will testify, but how do you hope the Senate Judiciary committee will proceed? Well, Michelle is, you know, I'm an attorney in a court of law the way that you prove a case is you present evidence. And if you have two parties, both alleging different things, you call witnesses, and you call witnesses to weigh the evidence, professor Ford is someone who does not have any legal experience. Judge Cavanaugh has a lot of legal experience. So I think it's really necessary to have additional evidence to support the position of Cavanaugh. And or to support the position of professor for that is Sakari Hartnett. She worked as a special assistant to Clarence Thomas at the EEOC from nineteen eighty five to nineteen eighty six and she was kind of to join us in our studios in Washington, DC Sakari, and thanks so much for joining us. You're welcome here. We think it's important to point out that Clarence Thomas strongly denied and need a hills allegations, he denounced the hearings as a quote, unquote, high tech lynching, and as you probably know he went on to be confirmed. World leaders are converging on midtown Manhattan for the annual UN general assembly high level debate, you can expect to hear a lot about America's role in the world and the Trump era. A key buzzword will be sovereignty as NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports Trump administration officials haven't shied away from their strongly held beliefs about the United Nations national security advisor, John Bolden was even asked recently at the federalist society, why the US doesn't just pull out he cited former UN ambassador Jeanne Kirkpatrick who was once asked the same question and she paused for moment in thought and said because it's not worth the trouble. The Trump administration has pulled out of the UN Human Rights Council in part Bolton says because of what he calls sovereignty concerns. The current US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, also cited similar reasons to explain why the US pulled out of the Paris climate accord and the global compact on migration all of these things that we felt like. Were mandating things on the United States. Those aren't things we want to be involved in N. She says President Trump is going to talk about sovereignty in his UN speech Tuesday. It is not saying multi-lateralism can't work, but it saying sovereignty is a priority over all of that multi-lateralism that is countries working together to resolve problems is key to the UN system and UN secretary General Antonio Gutierrez stresses that as he carefully navigates questions about President Trump. I don't like to personalized things I think we are facing a situation in which in different areas and for different reasons the trust of people in their political establishments the trust of states among each other. The thrust of many people international organizations has been eroded, and that multi-lateralism has been in the fire a longtime UN watcher Richard Gowan, who's with a global think tank called UN university says the secretary. General has done an impressive job managing relations with the Trump administration. Barish has thirty gradually very quietly works with Nikki Haley and works with Republicans in Washington to limit damage. Nonetheless. Guitarist is clearly very concerned that the multinational system is starting to warble speaking via Skype gallon says u n diplomats are bracing for a pretty aggressive speech by Trump. Ironically, the US emphasis on sovereignty plays very well with countries like Russia and China that have been trying to constrain the UN and limit its talk of human rights and liberal values. Trump is likely to be at odds with many other countries over Iran to since the US pulled out of a nuclear deal that had been endorsed by the UN Security Council. He's chairing the council meeting on Wednesday. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, New York..

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"Meteorologists crispier is here. Joining us live out here at the convention center. Sounds like good beer-drinking weather, albeit a little bit cool later today. Right. A little bit. So find one of those pumpkin flavored beers. We have. I bet you have a cool start. But we're going into the seventies today about seventy five to seventy seven. That's where we should be for this date in Denver some clouds this morning. We'll give way to sunny skies and dry conditions. It will be breezy keep that in mind forty-nine tonight. Now, tomorrow's the first day of fall, but it will feel like summer eighty-five Sunday eighty eight maybe near ninety s summer tries to hang on. But fall will win early next week. We fall back into the seventies Monday, March April, maybe only the sixties by Tuesday with a chance for some showers. Hey, thank you, Chris. You're welcome. All right now on Colorado's morning, news deadlines and timeframes and supreme court nominee hearings and more in accusations. We get the latest on all of it from ABC's, Terry Moran. It's turning into a high stakes game of chicken the standoff between Republicans and the accuser of supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh Christine. Blasi forty insist. She wants an FBI investigation before she'll testify in a statement overnight. Her lawyer saying a hearing that has only two witnesses is not a fair or good faith investigation. Adding the rush to a hearing is unnecessary and contrary to the committee discovering the truth Blasi Ford alleges Brett cavenaugh sexually assaulted her. When the two of them were high school students decades ago Cavanaugh denies the charges. President Trump says he'd like to hear from Blasi Ford, but patients could be running out. I really would want to see what she has to say. But I want to give it all the time. They need. They've already given it time if she shows up that would be wonderful, if she doesn't show up that would be unfortunate cavenaugh has already been preliminarily interviewed under oath by Republican committee staffers who said they have no reason to doubt, the truthfulness of his testimony. This is his background has come under renewed scrutiny. Even this old joke about his high school has resurfaced. The dean was reminding me before before the talk, which is what happens at Georgetown prep stays at Georgetown prep. That's been a good thing for all of us. Republican lawmakers are moving ahead with a Monday hearing offering Blasi Ford several options to be questioned publicly in a private session or by staffers at our home in California. The message from the GOP to Blasi Ford show up or we're heading for a vote. She said she wanted to appear. But if she changes her mind and refused appear there's not much we can do. And so nothing really else. Would remain of the of the investigation and background of of the judge. And we would vote on the nomination. Democrats are standing by Blasi Ford and the call for an investigation before she's put in front of senators for a grilling but Republicans like Senator dean Heller of Nevada sound confident even before they've heard from Blasi Ford Heller saying in a private conference, call organized by the Nevada Republican party. We got a little hiccup here with the cavenaugh nomination will get through this. And we'll get off to the races. And reporting, I think one thing is for sure cavenaugh may testify on Monday blase Ford will not she says, the sooner she can do it as Thursday. Yeah. Exactly. Because I guess she probably time to prepare and she wants to set the terms if they want her to speak. She doesn't want cavenaugh room for one thing and wants an investigation before them. Yes. See if it happens six twenty five money news this morning as we check in with that. Well, the stampede is on for higher check bag fees. American Airlines is the latest raise its fee for a checked bag from twenty five to thirty dollars that matches an increase from delta earlier this week, and it comes after JetBlue and United raise their fees right before Labor Day the airlines site fuel costs as the reason, and they have gone up more than thirty percent of the first six months of the year. In addition to the revenue give the airlines away to make themselves. Look good by waving them for their most frequent flyers. We did a story recently that pointed out that one of the best ways for somebody to advance in a career is by having a mentor. But what if you can't find one you could hire one sometimes? They probably are referring to themselves as a consultant they could be referring to themselves as a life coach. They could have a number of titles appointed as you would be using them as a mentor. Baker is a mentoring expert says it's worth a shot. He may try it on a one time basis, or it may be something that helps you focus on becoming self-employed or growing your business to the next level or something of that nature. Acre says hired mentor can be especially useful for freelancers and others in the gig economy. Starting today.

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"Brought to you by McAfee. The man who shot to Prince George's county police officers as they entered his apartment in district heights. Wednesday night will not face charges in the case. It turns out the officers had the wrong address in the man thought someone was trying to invade his home as that door. Now opens he realizes that those are police officers immediately drops that weapon he immediately goes to the window and starts communicating. You've got the wrong address. Don't shoot. My daughter police chief Hanks joined ski says no more warrants will be served in the county until procedures are fixed to ensure officers are rating the right locations. One of the officers who was shot has been released from the hospital. The other needs surgery. We're supposed to find out the results today if an independent investigation into the death of Jordan McNair, the university of Maryland football player who died last spring of heat stroke following a team workout. However, the attorney for heirs family says they want to get a look at that report. Ahead of time. Billy Martin says the family shouldn't have to find out that information from a news conference. The school says it will share the results with the family. The family says the school has largely kept it in the dark perhaps. We'll find out today. Whether and win a Senate hearing will be held next week on sex assault claims against supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh Christine Blasi Ford says she is willing to testify next week if certain terms are met she's been dealing with hate mail harassment death threats. So she's been spending her time trying to figure out how to put her life back together. How to protect herself and her family Ford attorney Lisa Bank says her client wants safety assurances and to not be in the same room at the same time with cavenaugh. The supreme court nominee has repeatedly denied Ford's allegations. I'm John Lawrence reporting Southwest Airlines plans to build its first aircraft maintenance facility in the northeast United States in Maryland. The new facility is the first of its kind for Southwest Airlines in the northeast and it's being built at BWI. This is Maryland governor Larry HOGAN. It will mean four hundred and fifty new jobs over the next three years and hundreds of additional jobs over the next two decades. It's expected to cost one hundred thirty million dollars with eighty million coming from south west and fifty million coming from the Maryland Aviation Administration. Well, it needs approval from the FAA construction could begin next year with a scheduled completion date of late twenty twenty one Maria Lee. With your mayo and wwl dot com. Reefer madness is taking over Wall Street with Canada preparing to legalize pot next month. Investors are pouring money into marijuana stocks leading to giant gains for Canada based companies that are listed on US exchanges. The value of one company till Ray based in British Columbia has jumped tenfold since its initial public offering just two months ago checking your money the Dow open today at twenty six six fifty six the NASDAQ at eighty twenty eight in sports that smell of spilled beer in Cleveland this morning. That's the smell of victory is seeking.

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