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"briana taylor" Discussed on At Liberty
"Activated by this effort to ban specific ways of thinking specific historical interogations specific schools of thought and the very fat that the same people who are trying to ban. These ideas are the same ones who on the other hand are complaining about. Kness saying that. They're being silenced. While they're trying to silence an entire group of thinkers and an entire group of activists an entire group of legislators an entire group of voters. That huge contradiction is nineteen eighty-four on steroids. Exactly and people propose to your point about silencing and surveillance pudding body cameras on teachers teachers to make sure that they are teaching critical race theory. And let's remember. These are the same people who do not support putting body cameras on police officer who are taking people's lives so this should just give people a sense. I said earlier. Consider the source. This is an extension of a trump is undermining of our democracy. I said on many occasions what is happening is that they're putting a pillow over the head of our democracy and trying to distract people and confuse people by pointing to the racial others now. It's the critical race theorists earlier in time bear. There were other others. That marxism exactly that. This jim crow cohort is basically trying to project attention on to ignore. They're killing our democracy so a freedom loving people even if they've never read a word of critical race theory in their lives even if they too are uncomfortable about some of the questions that are raised by critical thinking about race. Even at some things they oppose. They've got to know that they are on the side of resisting. This effort to limit our ability to think. Talk an at in ways to perfect our democracy and it's not just the source right. It's the timing. The timing is not accidental. The timing was directly. After the summer protests. The response to the deaths of briana taylor and george floyd and so many others and this is a you know two steps forward for progress and then there's a backlash you know two steps for one step back or worse still. Sometimes it's one step forward two steps back so we think about this as being a pattern. We'd have to go back to reconstruction and recognize that reconstruction lasted getting equal rights to the friedman. And even that even saying the friedman should have the same rights as white. People was framed by the president of the time and right wing redeemers as too much given to african americans even reverse discrimination against white people to give african americans the same rights as white people. So if you could make an argument on the eve of the indus lavery the giving african americans equal rights is reverse discrimination. It's taking something away from white people. If you could do that then you can do it again. And again and again across history. And that's exactly what we saw happening at the end of the classic civil rights movement. That was sort of framed as reverse discrimination. That's what we saw in the nineties. When efforts to really integrate institutions across the country with diversity policies affirmative action policies were framed as reverse discrimination against white. People is. what's happening now. After a summer of racial reckoning we have this reversal that actually may end up being more powerful because it is taking place within law and is actually saying certain things cannot be said because they constitute reverse discrimination so this is the deepening cycle that we've seen over and over again that has to be stopped you know. I'm really glad you brought up the point about reverse discrimination because christopher rufo is the conservative filmmaker credits himself with having activated trump. On this issue you know. He said that racism exists. Yes it does but that the real racist or the teachers spreading critical race theory..
Justice Department Launches Investigation Into Louisville Policing Practices
"Department announcing an investigation into the Louisville Metro Police Department. Here is a B C's. There in Qatar ski Following the year of outrage over the police shooting of Briana Taylor, the Justice Department began and invest. Negation into whether Louisville police have a history of discriminatory policing a step Welcome by Mayor Greg Fischer. The recommendations of this DOJ review will help us continue to pursue our efforts. Hard being the bullet Best Police department in America. The investigation will review training, examine use of force stops and seizures and how the department conducts search warrants like the one that led to the death of Taylor. The city settled with her family for $12 million and took other steps toward reform.
US Launches Investigation Into Louisville Police Practices
"Into Louisville's policing practices. The investigation comes as police in this Kentucky city are under fire after the March 2020 fatal shooting of Briana Taylor. She was unarmed and in her home while police were executing what's called a no knock search warrant. Good afternoon. I'm joined today by our recently confirmed Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco and I recently confirmed Associate Attorney General. I need a Gupta. They are leaders of great ability and integrity. And I am very happy that they have returned to serve again at the Justice Department. The department is stronger or their presence. United States Department of Justice is a federal law enforcement agency comprised of thousands of law enforcement officers who collaborate with and support our colleagues throughout our nation's police departments. We are uniquely aware of the challenges faced by those Serve as police officers. You see their commitment firsthand every day, and we recognize the complex issues that make their already difficult jobs even harder. The Justice Department is also charged with ensuring that the constitutional and federal statutory rights of all people are protected. As I explained last week, Congress has authorized the department to conduct pattern or practice investigations. Help it fulfill that responsibility. Those investigations and the recommendations and actions that ensue do not only protect individual civil rights They also assist police departments developing measures to increase transparency and accountability. Those qualities are necessary to building trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve. And community trust is essential to making policing more effective and less dangerous or officers on the street. Today. The Justice Department
Justice Department to Investigate Louisville Police Department
"Investigators will be looking into another big city Police Department Attorney General Merrick Garland says the Justice Department investigation will focus on the number of practices and policies of the Louisville Police Department. It will determine whether l m p d engages in unconstitutional stops. Searches and seizures, as well as whether the department unlawfully execute search warrants on private homes. Louisville police have been under increased scrutiny since the death last year of Briana Taylor. She was killed, his police were enforcing a no knock warrant at her home.
Kentucky limits no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor's death
"Several bills governor Bashir signed into law today. Bashir signed Senate Phill four, which strictly limits no knock warrants in the state. This is meaningful change. It will save lives, and it moves us in the right direction. The legislation was introduced in the wake of Briana Taylor's death by police in Louisville. The city has already banned no knock warrants. The governor of also signing a bill that awards tuition
Seattle recovering after violent weekend, police arrest 13 in protests
"Of violent protests. Police arrested 13 people Saturday night for leaving a trail of destruction through parts of downtown. Was Jonathan show reports on a new video of protesters at Occidental Park. It also talks to police chief Adrian de as the person who sent us. This footage managed to infiltrate the group and secretly recorded several minutes. Of a postmortem with the marchers. Ah, group leader can be heard scolding and dressing down the protesters for being sloppy and lacking coordination after as PD arrested 13 people for things like obstruction, resisting arrest and assaulting officers. We're also getting a better sense of how the group strategizes and prepares for a demonstration, the group leader says. They know the Seattle Police Department's understaffed and vulnerable, reminding marchers. They face zero consequences unless they commit a felony and have free rein on the streets. As long as they stayed disciplined and focused. James Watt, we've been hyping up. Everyone's like what you hear ready, but never shall we don't be Because you know what that allows them to do. Grab on. You know what that does way could start numbers getting arrested. Help anybody you don't Because now I got to go sit in front of the jail for my friends she handle don't have the resources we could only get arrested and forgive them. Well, if you do your research on how our coms handle things, we are understaffed, and I have expressed that you know that we aren't extreme level of staffing crisis. However, we are still making arrests, and it doesn't matter if it's for felony or misdemeanor. We are still going to make arrests when it comes to property damage. Assault Obstruction, Social Media post suggest the demonstration was planned to commemorate the one year anniversary of Briana Taylor's killing by police in Louisville, Kentucky. On Saturday evening. Police athe direct action marchers here in Seattle also vandalized the Starbucks store and broke windows on several businesses. Authorities say the 13 people arrested were released, but some could face potential charges. At another time. Dr. Oz has now met the man whose
13 Arrested During March in Downtown Seattle
"Seattle Police arrested 13 people after demonstration turned destructive in downtown Seattle. The march Saturday night was planned to protest the killing of Briana Taylor, who was killed by police. One year ago. The police made arrests after multiple storefronts were vandalized it second and Leonora Street. More arrests were made for assaulting an officer resisting arrest and obstruction.
Marking one year since the police killing of Breonna Taylor
"Ralliers observed the day one year ago that Louisville police shot and killed Briana Taylor in her home. Family and supporters were there to remember her and to continue calling for racial justice. Elena Klibanoff of member station W. F. PL has more. I'm here in downtown Louisville and Jefferson Square Park, which protesters have re branded in Justice Square Park. There been protest down here since the summer every day. This is by far the biggest crowd we've seen in months, though. It's a couple 100 people there listening to speakers, including Taylor's family, her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, and local leaders, all of whom seemed to feel that justice has not been served for Taylor, and their sentiment is that the fight continues. Eleanor Klibanoff reporting.
Breonna Taylor: Protest marks anniversary of police killing
"One year anniversary of the deadly police shooting of Briana Taylor, police or people are gathering in Louisville, Kentucky, to demand the charges be leveled against the police officers involved. The young black woman was shot to death in her home by police following a no knock entry that got them inside the wrong apartment.
Marking one year since the police killing of Breonna Taylor
"The family of Briana Taylor is addressing a rally in Louisville, Kentucky, on the day one year ago when the 26 year old black woman was killed in her apartment by police in a botched raid. City agreed to a $12 million civil settlement. Louisville Police also agreed to make reforms, but the Taylor family, their supporters and their attorney, Ben Crump, say that hasn't happened. We still don't have The officers involved have been fired. But we're not charged with homicide, though a federal probe continues
Experts Doubt Royal Family Will Break Silence on Allegations from Oprah Interview
"No comment from Buckingham Palace on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is Blockbuster interview with Oprah and CBS. Royal biographer Hugo Vickers doubts the Royals and tend to directly address the allegations of racism and hostility raised in the interview, think they're likely to engage in a kind of war between two parties, which across the tabloid press would greatly enjoyed, But there's growing pressure on the palace to address what's shaping up to be the biggest PR crisis for Britain's Royals since the death of Princess Diana Vicky bar. For CBS News. London More than 12 Million people in the UK Watch the interview on ITV last night 17 million watched in the U. S on Sunday. Ah, judge in Louisville has dropped all charges against Briana Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, w El Ky TVs. Erica Fox Locker was facing charges of attempted murder for firing on the officers serving and no knock warrant hitting one of them in the leg. Walker has maintained he did not know they were officers. The Commonwealth attorney filed a motion last week to dismiss the charges with prejudice, meaning they cannot be brought again. Briana Taylor was shot to death by police with a drug warrant for someone else. President Biden's German shepherds are in the doghouse reports they major in champ have been sent back to the first family's home in Wilmington. After one of them bit. A member of the White House security team. Major, who's three is the first rescue dog to take up residence at the White House. He's reportedly been barking and lunging at staff. This is CBS News. Del semi annual sale for business business has has arrived. arrived. Save Save up up to to 45% 45% on on Dell Dell Computers Computers powered powered by by Intel. Intel. Core Core processors. processors. Just Just call call 877 877 Ask Ask Del Del
Judge dismisses charges against Breonna Taylor's boyfriend
"Charges being dropped against Briana Taylor's boyfriend. He shot at officers during the raid in which Taylor was killed. Prosecutors admitted Kenneth Walker acted in self defense. Jury
Judge dismisses charges against Breonna Taylor's boyfriend
"Judge has permanently dismissed charges against the boyfriend of Briana Taylor. Kenneth Walker was charged with assault and attempted murder of a police officer following the drug raid that killed Brianna Taylor last year. He claims he fired in self defense are going. He did not know the men were police. While the charges were later dropped without prejudice, the Commonwealth's attorney wanted them dismissed with prejudice. On Monday, The Jefferson County Circuit Court judge did just that, meaning the charges can no longer be refiled.
"briana taylor" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Of former President Donald Trump, ABC Sandra Dilbert with more on how the day will begin. The rules are set for the historic and second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump each side getting 16 hours over two days to make their case. If impeachment managers decide they want witnesses, there will be a vote. President Trump's lawyers Have agreed to a bipartisan resolution to govern the structure and timing of the impending trial. Senators now becoming jurors as Trump faces one article of impeachment accused of being singularly responsible for the January 6th deadly attack on the Capitol. Vote on whether the trial is constitutional or not, is expected to pass then House impeachment managers. We'll begin making their case followed by President Trump's side. Trump himself is not expected to take the stand in his own defense. If all goes as planned, this trial will be shorter than the last one with continuing coverage. The impeachment trial Sherry Preston ABC News from Washington, We had to Frankfurt where Governor Andy Bashir says. For four straight weeks, the covert 19 numbers have been declining in the Commonwealth. And that's the first time that's happened since the pandemic began almost a year ago. In his Monday briefing, governor Bashir said case numbers are still too high. But going in the right direction. So today we're reporting 1003. 1003 new cases of covert 19. That's the lowest since December. 26. The positivity rate is 7.78%, the lowest since November. 10th. But there are 40 new death. The covert related death toll in Kentucky is now 4091 on vaccines, Bashir said. Supply continues to be an issue and Kentucky is very efficient at moving people through. We have put 91% of all those doses we've received. And someone's arm. Mr also said the team Kentucky fund is closing, having achieved its purpose. Since its launch in March. 2020. The fund has donated more than $3 million. Suzanne Duval. NewsRadio Wait, 40 wh A Yes. We're headed to downtown Louisville and Jefferson Square Park, where city workers were clearing tents and other items on Monday afternoon. That was the park at the center of the protest that that followed the death of Briana Taylor. The city workers, loading tents, tables and other items into the back of a trash truck. The cleanup is part of Mayor Fisher's downtown revitalization effort. Memorial to Briana Taylor remains in Jefferson Square Park and the family of an Alan Oy woman who died after drinking hand sanitizer is now suing its manufacturer. The lawsuit says. 32 Year old Kayla Stagner, a pre school instructor in southern Illinois, died last May in a suburban ST Louis hospital after consuming the hand sanitizer, which was contaminated with methanol, otherwise known as wood, alcohol. The autopsy said she died from acute methadone intoxication. The suit says the manufacturer for brands North America should have known hand sanitizer has a history of people drinking it as a substitute for liquor. Company recall the sanitizer after a determined it contained method All Kenneth Martin, ABC News, ST Louis Your next news of date is at 7 30. I'm Will Clark News Radio 8 40 w h A s now your chance to.
"briana taylor" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Broken down on south bound 65 from here, Brooke. All of them are on the shoulders are next report is in 15 minutes, chucking from NewsRadio a 40 W H A s I'm Wook Why meteorologist Matt Milicevic with the Friday forecast. It has this drying out with a mix of clouds and sunshine. It's gonna be a breezy and cool day with high near 43 skies turned Mostly cloudy tonight could even see a couple of flurries or light snow showers across the area with lows near 29 are Saturday is partly to mostly cloudy with highs near 42. We'll watch for another chance of rain snow mix Saturday night into Sunday morning. Sunday looks drier but colder with a high just 35 at your wook. Why forecast? I'm not Milosevic, Kentucky and it's breaking news. Weather and traffic station use radio. Wait 40 w H A s Louisville and I Heart radio station. Good morning. It's 10. O'clock. I'm Will Clark News Radio way. 40. Wh s our top stories. The ex boyfriend of Briana Taylor. He'll go to trial on drug charges. After rejecting a plea deal, JaMarcus Glover's charged in four separate drug cases, which are unrelated to the investigation. He was also involved in that led to the raid at Taylor's apartment. Commonwealth's attorney offered Glover the plea deals in the cases, which he has rejected. The specific details of those please have not been released. Lover was one of the main targets in the L M P D drug investigation that brought them to Taylor's home in March. Whoever charges against him in that case were dismissed by a grand jury and judge not set in April trial date on some.
"briana taylor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Actually meeting all the fat Ben's WBZ busters news radio Bright sunshine Right now. 31 degrees in Weymouth, 29 took Sperry and 28 in Boston. It's 10 55 if you thought that workers in technology had the most job security And that automation was a risk solely to workers in retail and manufacturing. Think again these days, its workers in the technology sector that are ironically worried the most about being replaced by automation. Nearly 67% of workers at US tech companies are concerned about losing their jobs due to artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotic software. That's according to a new study by KPMG. That compares with just 44% of workers outside of the tech sector. Maybe because tech workers have a clearer understanding of the big changes that are coming and tech workers suddenly have other big concerns. 70% of them say they're worried about their jobs being cut as a result of the pandemic. There's good reason for that Fear. U. S technology firms quietly cut 112,000 jobs last month. That's a record Thies air, unsettling times in our country and our labor market. Even tech industry workers are concerned about their future for your next job. I'm Steven Greenberg. It's 10 56 and the latest now on the Briana Taylor case. Here's ABC News. Legal analyst Royal of Some of the grand jurors who heard evidence on the shooting now seek impeachment of the state attorney general for his handling of the case Plus is alleged to soliciting of the Trump supporters who stormed the capital on January 6th the jurors filing a petition with the State House of Representatives, arguing that Kentucky Eiji Daniel Cameron Breached the public's trust and also misrepresented key grand jury findings. The grand jury had investigated the Louisville police execution of a no knock search warrant R. Briana Taylor's apartment and March 2020, during which several shots were fired Some of those bullets hitting and killing Briana Taylor Ah police officer and Concord, New Hampshire, arrested and charged with assault. 39 year old Brian cropped is on leave without pay, According to the New Hampshire attorney General. Croft is now accused of strangling a woman on October 17th. He then allegedly told the woman to lie to state police. He is charge of second degree assault along two counts of witness tampering, two counts of falsifying physical evidence as well as domestic violence. An arraignment date has not been set yet. We'll certainly keep you posted its 10 57 coming up next for you at 11 honoring the life and decades long legacy of Larry King, And as always, you can listen to us all day long on your smart.
"briana taylor" Discussed on 790 KABC
"He welcomes a state attorney general's investigation into his department's policing policies. Sheriff Alex Vienna Wave A says his department will cooperate any promote transparency and accountability. The baseball world and America is remembering the life and accomplishments of Hank Aaron. He passed away at 86 Aaron is famous for breaking records and race barriers. Randy will have more in sports in two minutes. President Joe Biden is talking about raising the minimum wage for Americans are recovery plan also calls for an increase in the minimum wage. 15 at least $15 an hour. No one in America should work 40 hours a week. Making below the poverty line that would be specifically for federal employees or federal contractor employees. Grand jurors involved in the Briana Taylor case are filing a petition to impeach Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Three grand jurors who sought to speak about the case and how it was handled in the courtroom, along with other concerned citizens, filed the petition. The accused Cameron of breach of public trust, failure to comply with duties, abuse of office and more. Cameron's office presented the case in September, which resulted in one indictment for former Louisville Metro police officer Brett Hankerson on three wanton endangerment charges. He was one of three officers who fired shots the night of Briana Taylor's death. I'm here. Lee Hanson Feeling lucky, the third largest lottery jackpot in U. S History will be at stake in tonight's multi state mega millions drawing well here we are again after no tickets sold, matching all six numbers for 36 consecutive weeks, the longest streak without a big winner in the game's history. Jackpot has grown to an estimated $1 billion. Since the game began. In 2002. There have been 192 jackpots one by 217 individual tickets..
Breonna Taylor grand jurors file impeachment petition against Kentucky attorney general
"Grand jurors involved in the Briana Taylor case are filing a petition to impeach Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Three grand jurors who sought to speak about the case and how it was handled in the courtroom, along with other concerned citizens, filed the petition. The accused Cameron of breach of public trust, failure to comply with duties, abuse of office and more. Cameron's office presented the case in September, which resulted in one indictment for former Louisville Metro police officer Brett Hankerson on three wanton endangerment charges. He was one of three officers who fired shots the night of Briana Taylor's
"briana taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You know, Kaiser Permanente is an amazing organization. That's been around for some 75 years and for 75 years If we look back on our history, we've been on a path on a journey. Really embrace diversity, inclusion and social justice. And yet this past year with the events that we've seen the death of George florid Briana Taylor, the country and the world really sees this is a moment for us to stand up and examine. Who we are, where we are on the journey of inclusion and diversity. And as much as we've stood and advocated, it was an opportunity for us to stop that. Did you really examine our organization? I made a commitment to the organization that we would look internal. We would understand where we might have issues of systemic racism of bias. We've been on that journey. We also made a commitment that as we develop a plan to own what we saw in our organization that we want also stand up, Look out and be a voice for greater diversity and inclusion in our society and as a corporate organization. During this pandemic experience. We've all seen the fractures that exists in our society, black and brown communities, others that are marginalized. And yet during this period, we've also seen the opportunity to look at ourselves and look at what can be accomplished with renewed commitments and renewed and enthusiasm. I've sent to our leaders. That is much is people are on the streets advocating marching that we've got to be intelligent and his focus in the board rooms and in our leadership rooms and means in terms of what we're committed to. Through this process. We've completed a strategic plan. Believe it or not. And in that plan, we've made a commitment. To elevate diversity inclusion as we elevated quality and safety. We've also made a commitment to Focus all of our quality measures. And to develop them in a way that they include equity. They include gender that they include race but also that we bring in social issues and how we understand our quality and our outcomes. I think it is a new day and an opportunity for all of us. I look forward to continued partnership with the Commonwealth Club and to all partisan with all of the communities that Kaiser permanent. Tell youse in to make sure that we're owning. Equity, inclusion and justice and away and where the commitment that we as an organization and that we as a society of not only in the past, so I'm excited for the panel of excited for where we are today. And I'd like to bring April and the panel onto the screen to really kick off this exciting program. So thank you. Thank you all. Thank you so much. It is such an honor to be here and I am so glad that we are discussing this topic, especially with these four experts who I am pleased to introduce in a little bit more detail. Dr Justice. Bettencourt is an internal medicine physician as well as vice president and chief equity and inclusion officer of Massachusetts General Hospital. He has also founder and senior adviser at the Disparity Solution Center at Mass General and associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Betancourt is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in health policy, health care, disparities, diversity and cross cultural medicine. He received his medical, his medical degree from Rutgers Medical School and holds a master's degree from Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. ELISA Maybank is a pediatrician and chief health equity officer and Group fight, vice president of the American Medical Association. Prior to joining the Emma in 2019. Dr. Maybank was founding deputy commissioner for the Center for Health Equity at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Center became a model of success recognized by the CDC and the World Health Organization. Doctor made bank holds a medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine and a master's degree from Columbia University School of Public Health. Dr. Lena Wen is an emergency physician and visiting professor of health policy and management at George Washington University School of Public Health. She was also a medical analyst for CNN and previously served as Baltimore's health commissioner. Last year, Dr. Wen was named one of modern health care's top 50 physician executives, and she is one of time magazine's 100. Most influential people, shows a medical degree from Washington University and was a Rhodes scholar studying health policy at the University of Oxford. And Dr Ronald Wyatt is vice president and patient safety officer at M C I. C. Vermont, his former chief quality and patient safety officer of Cook County Health in Illinois. And he previously served as medical director in the patient Safety Analysis Center at the U. S. Defense Health Agency. He's an instructor in the School of Health professions at the University of Alabama Birmingham with a focus on health, equity, patient safety and quality. After why it was born in Selma, Alabama, and his family relied on public health clinics for preventive health services. As a child, he saw a general practitioner whose office was segregated by race and black people were walking on Lee. Dr Wyatt holds a medical degree and master's degree and health administration from the University of Alabama. I am pleased to welcome all of our Panelists. Under Bettencourt. I'd like to start this conversation with you looking at the situation we're in right now with the pandemic and you have been charged with leading the cove in 19 response at Mass General and from the very beginning before we really even understood how the corona virus was transmitted. You anticipated that communities of color would be impacted Disproportionately as I'm sure all of our Panelists anticipated and I wanted to ask you. How did you know this? And how did you prepare your hospital? Thank you April for the great question and pleasure to be here with you. And it's great to see my friends and colleagues and appreciate everybody taking time to join us in this conversation. You know, I think history has been our best died. How disastrous both man made and natural, disproportionate impact, vulnerable populations. Clearly, I think we could just look no far as Hurricane Katrina and that natural disaster just proportion Impact a comm use of color, low lying areas. Levees that weren't kept up well, the impact of race Structural racism. What we call the social determinants of health, which really are vestiges of not, you know, kind of choice of where people want to live in the circumstances that put their health and wellness at risk, but really, ah, I think in evolution of a whole series of oftentimes very deliberate policies and practices that lead to quote unquote, the other side of tracks, and and there's history has told us time and time again, these populations suffer. Much greater rates from from these types of disaster. So we anticipated. We had our search quite early in March of this year, and we anticipated that this would impact communities of color disproportionately. And we quickly tried to do things that I would argue, brought together a doorstep to bedside approach to dressing up enemy for community color, not just focusing on ventilators and bed capacity, but really mitigating spread in these same communities that I think have these factors that create a perfect storm. That have been talked about for months now, which include multigenerational housing. Does he populated areas essential workers the need for public transportation Before we're telling people to mass language barriers, concerns around immigration mistrust, these factors in many ways became instrumental. The proof is in the pudding, and we tried to address those in a variety of ways to community health efforts. Mitigating spread by delivering care kits and creating isolation sites for people to fail. It is safely isolate to increasing testing and broaden testing criteria when when testing was a scarce resource. Two in our hospital when we saw that 40% of our patients were spend speaking on stripping, outstripping our resource is of interpret services standing up a group of 50 native Spanish speakers, including myself, who worked with our search teams to make sure that there was always a Spanish speaking doctor with every interaction with every coma patients. To providing information in multiple languages to setting up a text messaging platform for patients.
Former Atlanta police Chief Erika Shields named Louisville's top cop
"Former police chief to head its police department. NBC's Will. Clark has more from Louisville. Erica Shields has been named as the chief of the Louisville Metro Police Department and agency that is still working through the aftermath of the officer involved shooting death of Briana Taylor. Shields resigned as the chief of the Atlanta police Department after her officers shot and killed Rae Shard Brooks last summer I was gonna be a distraction and the city needed to move forward. Shields was the unanimous choice of the search committee beating out 27 other candidates. Will Clark ABC NEWS,
Former Atlanta PD Chief, Erika Shields, To Lead Louisville Department
"Police chief Erica Shields takes over the Louisville Metro Police Department after the fatal police shooting of Briana Taylor that she says she recognizes the departments at a crossroads. Two more detectives have been fired after Taylor's death, including the officer who shot her chief. Shields resigned from a p D last summer after the fatal shooting of Ray Sharp. Brooks outside Wendy's New
"briana taylor" Discussed on KOMO
"Call for a free legal consultation at 1 805 78 24 100. That's 1 805 78 24 101 805 78 24 100. Global leaders were reacting to the mob assault on the U. S. Capitol building around the world Shock induced stained for what's been unfolding. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeting quote Disgraceful scenes in U. S. Congress the prime minister of Norway rotting, totally unacceptable attack on democracy. The Scottish first minister writing utterly horrifying Turkey, saying it is following with concern and asking all parties in the U. S to use moderation and common sense, telling its citizens to stay away from crowded places in the US Alex Stone. ABC News president elect Biden is expected to nominate a former Supreme Court nominee is the next attorney General Merrick Garland is chief judge of the U. S Court of Appeals for the Washington D C circuit and had been nominated to the U. S. Supreme Court by President Obama after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, a nomination scuttled by Republicans who held the vacancy for President Trump to fill Garland has long been praised by Democrats and Republicans. President elect Biden has said he wants to restore a wall of independence between the Justice Department in the White House following the controversial tenure of Bill Bar. ABC is Aaron Could Turkey in Louisville Tomb or police officers involved in the Briana Taylor killing had been fired The detective who it's believed fired the kill shot and another who saw the no. Not search warrant that led to the deadly raid. Louisville also hire the former Atlanta police chief to take over its department. This is ABC News Come on news time. 904 and traffic.
"briana taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We get 1000 next week. We get 10,000. You know, there's there. As you have said, their logistics that go behind that, and we just are trying to be as well prepared as possible. During the past week, there's been a slight increase in the number of new cases of the Corona virus, and Hamels. And county maybe because of Christmas, but too early to tell the effect of New Year's Matt Reese News radio 700 WLW, the mayor of Dayton, says she's done dating. Mayor Nan Whaley has announced that she will not be running for re election this year. I'll have more news soon about what's next for me. And I am looking forward to finishing out the remainder of my term strong There is still much work to do in our police reform process and managing through the end of the cove in 19 crisis, Whaley says Being the mayor of dating these past eight years has been the best job she's ever had, but says the gem city can only continue to grow if space is made for new ideas and new leadership. Rick you Chino News radio 700 wlw in former Atlanta police chief Erica Shields is going to be the new police chief in Louisville, Kentucky. Shields resigned after a black man was shot by Atlanta Police officer Garrett Ralph. He has since been charged with murder. Also, it's official Louisville police detectives, Josh would Jane's and Miles Cosgrove, who were involved in the deadly shooting of Briana Taylor last year have now been fired from Louisville Metro Police Department and the biggest anchor store it Tri County Mall is closing the business career and other outlets reporting that Macy Is shutting down its tri county location. One of dozens of more stores. The chain is closing nationwide on Wall Street. Right now, the Dow is up 601 points. The NASDAQ is.
"briana taylor" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Will Clark News Radio. A folding wh J s Today is the opening day of the Kentucky General Assembly. Over. 19 will be the single largest issue before the body, but it won't dictate everything. Lawmakers are planning to file legislation on everything from medical marijuana to tax increase referendums all while trying to pass a budget for the upcoming year. The fatal shooting of Briana Taylor also expected to influence some legislation during this short 30 days session. Another topic expected to be addressed is an effort to curb Governor Andy Bashir's executive powers. Some lawmakers have already been told that they could be called in on Saturday for votes on Legislation and effort to try to spread things out. And as we begin that general Assembly session close to a dozen top legislative leaders rolled up their sleeves and got the first Corona virus vaccination on Monday. 11 more top legislators from throughout the Commonwealth received their covert 19 vaccines today, including House Majority Floor leader Stephen Rudy, Minority leader Joanie Jenkins, Senate floor leader Damon Thayer and Senate President Pro TEM David Givens. House Speaker David Osborne and Senate President Robert Stivers received their vaccines last month. In a statement, Governor Bashir says quote I can think of no better start to this legislative session than lawmakers from both sides of the aisle coming together to demonstrate to our fellow Kentucky ins that these vaccines are safe and effective. Healy Hanson, NewsRadio Wait, 40 wh A Yes. From Frankfurt. We had to Georgia where it's run off day, people are lined up our leader vote with control of the city in the balance. More than three million people voted early. Senator David Perdue is facing off against Jonah Sof and center Kelly Law Flor against the Reverend Raphael Warnock. CBS's mark Straws Man is in Atlanta, where President Trump and President elect Biden. Held dueling rallies. Mr Biden campaign for the Democrats don't know why I still want the job. You don't want to do the work while President Trump spent most of his nearly 90 minutes on stage, repeating his false claims about election fraud here, there's no way we lost Georgia this.
"briana taylor" Discussed on KGO 810
"Sit down. And we actually got word overnight that two officers were shot in an incident. It wasn't immediately clear how related to the protest. This was, but there's a suspect in custody. They were clearly concerns here, Alex. So a safaris charges goad, So we're clear. Is this the end of it Or could there still be new charges down the line? The criminal investigation at this point involving those three officers, according to the attorney general seems to be completed. No, not gonna do not wave, but there is a federal civil rights investigation that's still ongoing and authorities there are Working to see if Briana Taylor's a civil rights were violated when this warrant was executed back in March of this year, and part of that involves, you know, investigating the officers that were responsible for issuing that warrant and how exactly it was carried out. So the federal civil rights investigation is not entirely over just yet, but it appears the criminal investigation. Is over. And not what exactly protesters were looking for. Right? Alex Perez reporting from Louisville, Kentucky. Alex will check in with you later. Thank you. Thanks, Fred. Coming up next on this Look back at 2020. The U. S. Uses a drone to take out a top Iranian general will be right back. 2023 year in review from ABC News is brought to you by sleep number discover the sleep number 3 60 smart bed for proven quality sleep. Are you one of those.
"briana taylor" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"We've been hearing about this all this week that at some point we were expecting the firing of the two officers involved in the death of Briana Taylor. Is that actually do we expect it to happen this week? I don't know about this week. I do think it will happen. And that will be the third officer. You know, they fired one early on for shooting into the side of a residence just shooting blindly. In in into the side of this residence on then these other 21, it wasn't there. He actually wrote all these search warrants. They're they're They're in the process of firing him. And then the officer was one officer shot. Initially he was pulled out of the scene. Take him to the hospital. The office. Other officer that went in with him to started shooting randomly and, uh, what I call excessive filed Firepower for one round fired by Briana Taylor's boyfriend. And you know it goes to how we do these entries. I've done dozens of them. You really need to be with people that know exactly what they're doing. They know how to control their fire. They know how to move, you know, have a not shoot you. And I think we get to casual sometimes in serving the search warrants, and that's why in many jurisdictions I mean, I'm sure LAPD would agree with this is that you use SWAT teams. You use people that are trained that if they get into a situation, they know how to retract. They knew how to control their fire. Uh, the firepower Etcetera. And you know, some jurisdictions have the luxury of that others Don't But he had to really take a hard look at. Was there even a reason to do an entry and Briana Taylor's apartment, right, Garrett, we thank you so much for calling in. We'll be keeping an eye on both of these situations will talk to you soon. Take care, Michael. Thank you, sir. You too Happy New Year to you. Yeah, So it's just Yeah, When and I were talking yesterday about this. It just seems like it's frustrating because you do see these little signs. But how much are they? How big are they? And why are they large enough to impose on people's civil liberties invading their privacy on the idea of they could be a threat? It just seems like this never ending thing that I don't know that there is a solution. That seems to be one of more frustrating things. All right. When we come back, we're gonna talk to Caleb Silver from invested media. We know that you've got some New year's resolutions. One of them would probably end up being money like me so he can help you come up with some ideas to keep those resolutions for your money Right now. Let's get some traffic from the Southern California Toyota Dealers Traffic center. We make it easy. There's a crash on the 105. It's in south L. A on the one of five East at the 1 10 on multi car crash in the middle traffic lane. There are cruise on scene to help out here. Creating a lot of commotion for your drive is someone had a crunch off in Carson, still working for five north before Carson Street, multi car crash emergency crews. On scene all the way and still stopped. Still early enough, though your drive is holding steady right at Alameda in Pomona, on the 10 western Kellogg Dr Obrecht with a big rig down the right shoulder embankment that Kellogg drive off ramp will be shut down. Also, so that started to accumulate some slow traffic right around 57 better get sponsored by the California Office of Traffic Safety. You find this guy helps get you there faster. I'm robbing banks. Hi. I'm Rick gentleman with a warning. Millions of people are buying stocks they think are low on price. Watch out. A lot of investors have no idea the risks they're taking. But you're holding steady, right? You haven't made a trade all year. That could be a problem, too..
Louisville police move to fire 2 officers involved in Breonna Taylor raid
"Two more Louisville police officers will likely be fired in connection with the fatal shooting of Briana Taylor back in March. Both officers have administrative hearings with the police chief in the coming days. I'm gonna a lot he of member station W F. Pl in Louisville reports. The two officers each had key roles in the Briana Taylor shooting. Detective Joshua Jane's acquired the warrant that led officers to her door after midnight and Detective Miles. Cosgrove fired what the FBI described as the fatal shot. Both have been on paid leave for months. James is accused of falsifying parts of the affidavit for that warrant. While Cosgrove is reportedly accused of violating use of force policies. Thomas Clay, a lawyer for Jane's, says his client did nothing wrong. Even though James admitted part of his sworn affidavit was quote incorrect. Places his client provided sufficient evidence to support the warrant. I think the outcome has already been predetermined. I think effected change is going to be terminated. And we're prepared to do what needs to be done in order to appeal that decision. A lawyer for Cosgrove declined to comment. This all began when police entered Taylor's apartment by force is part of a botched a drug raid. Taylor's boyfriend, fearing they were intruders fired up. Police police fired back killing Taylor. Investigators never found anything illegal in the apartment. The potential terminations of Cosgrove in jeans come after months of protests and cries for justice. Shameka perish right has been a leader in Louisville's protest movement that they was fired early on. That would have saved the city a lot of time. Ah, lot of money that would have saved us a lot of trauma. Ah, lot of sacrifices that we made to be out there in the streets for now to hunt. In 17 days, she says. This is the right thing to do. But the fact that it took so long sends a message about accountability. Louisville's interim police chief you vet, Gentry made the call based on findings of an internal investigation into policy violations. They would be. The first officer is connected to this shooting fired since June and anonymous grand juror who heard the state's case said the move to fire James and Cosgrove makes him feel vindicated. He says these officers were wrong and should be taken off the force. They skipped over a lot of protocols. And we don't need that now. If other charges criminal charges come up, That would be great, but you can't walk him out until you have taken that first step. Like many others, the grand jury is keen to see what the ongoing federal investigation into the incident produces. The FBI's Louisville Field office has been looking into the shooting since May. What led up to it? What happened that night and what's happened since when complete, prosecutors with the U. S. Justice Department will decide how to move forward.
"briana taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I think that's the big question. I ask Seth Jones that he's a former national security official. Now an analyst. He says it's too early to talk about blame. But he says it's definitely a case that needs more scrutiny. There has to be a very serious look. I think it Anthony Warner, how much they knew. We're the threats about him properly followed up, including by his girlfriend. I. These are serious questions because this is What we've seen in the last year. These are the most likely kinds of attacks in the US right now, which is single individuals. And so yet, Jones is saying. If it turns out, authorities didn't do their due diligence and checking out this kind of threat, then that's a big problem. It is NPR's Hannah Elam. Thank you, Hannah. Thanks, Alpha. Two more Louisville police officers will likely be fired in connection with the fatal shooting of Briana Taylor back in March. Both officers have administrative hearings with the police chief in the coming days. I'm gonna a lot he of member station W F. Pl in Louisville reports. The two officers each had key roles in the Briana Taylor shooting. Detective Joshua Jane's acquired the warrant that led officers to her door after midnight and Detective Miles. Cosgrove fired what the FBI described as the fatal shot. Both have been on paid leave for months. James is accused of falsifying parts of the affidavit for that warrant. While Cosgrove is reportedly accused of violating use of force policies. Thomas Clay, a lawyer for Jane's, says his client did nothing wrong. Even though James admitted part of his sworn affidavit was quote incorrect. Place says his client provided sufficient evidence to support the warrant. I think the outcome has already been predetermined. I think Detective James is going to be terminated. And we're prepared to do what needs to be done in order to appeal that decision. A lawyer for Cosgrove declined to comment. This all began when police entered Taylor's apartment by force is part of a botched drug raid. Taylor's boyfriend, fearing they were intruders fired up. Police police fired back killing Taylor. Investigators never found anything illegal in the apartment. The potential terminations of Cosgrove in Jane's come after months of protests and cries for justice. Shameka perish right has been a leader in Louisville's protest movement that they was fired early on. That would have saved the city. A lot of time. Ah lot of money. That would have saved us a lot of trauma. Ah, lot of sacrifices that we made to be out there in the streets for now, 217 days, she says. This is the right thing to do. But the fact that it took so long since a message about accountability Louisville's interim police chief, You vet, Gentry made the call based on findings of an internal investigation into policy violations. They would be the first officer is connected to this shooting fired since June. An anonymous grand juror who heard the state's case said the move to fire James and Cosgrove makes him feel vindicated. He says these officers were wrong and should be taken off the force. They skipped over a lot of protocols. And we don't need that. Now, if other charges criminal charges come up. That would be great, but you can't walk him out into you have taken that first step. Like many others, the grand jury is keen to see what the ongoing federal investigation into the incident produces. The FBI's Louisville Field office has been looking into the shooting since May. What led up to it? What happened that night and what's happened since when complete, prosecutors with the U. S. Justice Department will decide how to move forward. For NPR news. I'm I'm in l a. He in Louisville. It's W N Y. C near listening to all things considered just ahead after the break. More than a half million mail in ballots were rejected in this year's primaries due to mistakes and miss deadlines. So it wasn't that at a line that officials fear that many more would be rejected in the general election in November, But that didn't happen, so we're going to find out more just ahead after the break. Support for W. N. Y. C comes from Simon and Schuster, publisher of So to Speak, 11,000 Expressions That'll knock your socks off, which contains ideas, illustrations and more to turn common phrases into word games. Written by Shirley and Harold Kobliner on sale Now, W M. Y. C was made.
"briana taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Are clear. 43 degrees Kogo news time is 7 12. A man armed with a pistol carjacked. Another man Tuesday are around 10 O'clock and Chula Vista, Chula Vista. Police say there was a struggle over the gun before one shot was fired. The victim suffered facial injuries in the fight unrelated to the gun. His truck was then stolen. It took place at the Red Roof Inn Motel on Broadway near G Street. The victim was sitting in his car when the gunman approached the locked car. The victim, though, confronted the man who flashed the weapon. The fight over the pistol. Actually dismantled it. But one bullet was in the chamber. So that bullet that went off police are looking for a 2002 blue Yukon. FBI searching for a man who robbed a Lamaze, a bank earlier this week. The man waited in line at the Bank of the West Branch on center Dr early Monday afternoon and then handed the teller a note saying he had a bomb. The man is believed to be 25 to 30 years old white with freckles. Longer hair, almost 6 ft. Tall. Anyone with information should call Crime stoppers. Ceramic bust of Briana Taylor and Oakland has disappeared after being smashed earlier this week. Sculptor Leo Carson says the artwork was likely completely destroyed this time after first being damaged over the weekend. Carson does not believe the attack was read them and believes it was targeted at the Black lives matter Movement. Oakland PD investigating both incidents. Briana Taylor was killed by police officers in Louisville during a botched raid back in March. Isn't like Biden says. The next few weeks will be the worst of the pandemic, he says. It's a travesty. We don't have more testing, and he says he'll be more aggressive and making sure materials to distribute the vaccine are ready. I'm gonna use my power under the Defense production act when I'm sworn in In order private industry to accelerate the making of the materials needed for the vaccines as well as protective gear. He says. He'll make sure every American who wants a vaccine will get it free of charge. She also says President Trump could make a huge difference. By telling Americans to wear a mask and to urge Americans to get the vaccine when it's available. Well, it's like tossing gold Gurnal Scott reports on the Mist Ake with the highly coveted Corona virus vaccine. The Advocate, Aurora Health Clinic, and Grafton said 50 vials of the modern A vaccine about 500 doses were taken out of the freezer unit to get two other items and not put back. A subsequent investigation found the error to be unintentional. Some of the vials were still able to be used because the doses have a 12 hour window for use after being in cold storage. According to guidelines Once removed from a freezer, the vaccine must be administered who cannot be refrozen? Clinic officials say they regret this happened. The Boeing 7 37 Max returns to the skies with first passenger flight since the plane was grounded after two deadly crashes here chef but also the first commercial flight of the Boeing 7 37 Max American Air flight 7 18 that took off from Miami yesterday. Landing in New York after the jet was grounded almost two years ago following two deadly crashes overseas blamed on a faulty sensor and with a congressional Investigation called a syriza of faulty technical assumptions by Boeing's engineers, a lack of transparency of the part of Boeing's management and grossly insufficient oversight by the FAA. United Airlines in Southwest are expected to resume service with the 7 37 Max in the coming months. Rock camp is worse. Spinal TAP meets Summer Camp Michelle Pelino reports Welcome Toe rubber roll fantasy camp camp. The movie documents have living out your dreams as a rock star can truly change your life. The film follows four campers and their families through their journeys as they learn to shred alongside their heroes and overcome their deepest fears. The camp, which both counselors like Roger Adultery, and Alice Cooper is an institution and cultural phenomenon. Artists love to give them.
Louisville police department moves to fire two officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor
"And in Louisville, Kentucky, two police officers connected to the death of Rianna Taylor, maybe finding themselves out of a job Soon. CBS is Stefan Dingle has more attractive. Joshua James was served a termination letter for violating department policy. James is the officer who wrote the search warrant affidavit for Briana Taylor's apartment inside of that letter, interim police chief of that, Gentry said Alan Pd's Professional standards unit determined that James did, in fact lie on that document. He stated that he had verified through the U. S. Postal inspector that Taylor was receiving packages for suspected drug dealer at her home. Was the letter. States was not true. And the other officer detective Miles cause Grove, also receiving a pre termination letter. Kentucky's attorney general says it was cost Grove who appeared to have fired the fatal shot. At
"briana taylor" Discussed on WTOP
"W T O P News one of 3.5 FM. It's 6 36, the first reported US case of the new Corona virus strain that's been seen in the UK has been discovered in Colorado. It is believed to be the first case of the variant found in the United States. It involves a man in his twenties with no history of travel. He's from a rural county in Colorado, his contacts or being traced while he remains in isolation. That's Casey and see reporter Rick Salinger. The Louisville Police Department has sent pre termination letters to two officers involved in the shooting death of Briana Taylor. Detective Joshua Jane's sought the search warrant that lead detectives in Taylor's apartment he could get fired for violating department procedures of a search more And and truthfulness Detective Miles. Cosgrove also received a pre termination letter. An FBI investigation found that he was the one who fired the deadly shot. Attorney La Nica Baker represents Briana Taylor's mother, Tamika Palmer. Palmer feels like this is a step in the right direction for justice for Briana, Of course, in an ideal world, all of the officers will be charged. At this point on all of the officers, including Sergeant Mattingly would be terminated. Briana Taylor was an emergency medical worker who had Settled in for the night when police busted through her door. Officers were serving a narcotics warrants, but no drugs or cash were found in the home. It's 6 37 coming up next As we count down to the end of the new year, we take a look back at the virus that changed all of our lives in 2020. It's 6 37. You've heard it before A little goes a long way. But this year, it's true because pro tip big gives.
"briana taylor" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Putting up roadblocks. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocks a quick vote on increasing the stimulus checks to $2000.1 day after the House approved the increase. McConnell groups three of President Trump's priority issues. Those $2000 stimulus checks but also repeal of section 2 30 protections for big tech in an advisory committee that will study the 2020 election and make recommendations to Congress on improving security integrity. Administration of federal elections. Democrats are calling those poison pills and want to vote just on $2000 checks. McConnell was vague about timing boxes, Mike Emanuel. Meantime, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says the $600 stimulus checks are on the way Cove. It claims the life of Congressman Luke let low from Louisiana just days before he was to be sworn into office. The Republican announced his diagnosis December 18 was admitted to the hospital The next day as his symptoms persisted. Luke let loose Was just 41 years old boxes. Shannon Bream Major fall out in the Briana Taylor case in Louisville, Kentucky. The police Department plans to fire the two officers involved in the raid that ended in Taylor's shooting death determinations of detectives Miles Cause Grove and Joshua Jane's comes as the city's interim chief tries to deliver the reckoning, she promised. James will get to contest his firing on Thursday, and we're learning Maura about how investigators identified Anthony Warner. As theme Nashville Christmas Day Bomber reports say he had been giving items away transferred his house to a California woman in November for no money. Warner.
Artist remakes Breonna Taylor sculpture that was smashed by vandals in California
"Of Briana Taylor after the original was vandalized over the weekend. The Peace, which was created by artist Leo Carson, was installed in downtown Oakland. Just a few weeks ago. The bus honors Taylor, a black woman who was fatally shot by police in Kentucky earlier this year. Oakland police say they're investigating the incident as an act of vandalism. I'm Nick, um, ago has
"briana taylor" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"In the black and brown community. Bryson Tiller in the neighborhood. Your big interview Bryson Tiller. Why did you take the focus off of you and put it onto Briana Taylor? Just thought I'd give it a bit selfish, You know, I mean, considering what was going on, we got a phone call. You know them telling those what was about to happen and moveable. Um, they're about to make some announcement. About, you know. About Rianna Taylor and what? You know what happened. And I got on Twitter. The next morning solved. Burn Louisville Trending. I was like, damn like it's crazy, So I was just like it just It just didn't feel like a time for me to be promoting the album, You know, I mean, you know what Here's I just want to show the city that I support I'm here. You know, I'm no politician. I don't know much about. You know any of that. To be honest with you. I'm a nerd. I'm a gamer, man, You know, I mean, I'm trying to get in form because I have two daughters who need to know about all of this. You know, I don't racism growing up, You know, I mean, it's important. But I just like it was more important for me to post, you know, put those up there, then took him out. Real tough, man. I thank you for coming into the neighborhood. Time is precious. And I thank you for your time, brother and I appreciate your brother and continue to do what you do. And thank you for dropping the project that is healthy enough for us as well. Thank you, man. I appreciate that. But there it is. Bryson Tiller in the neighborhood. Don't let you go ahead and do the next interview. You don't wanna do you? No way. Love this man. Listen, I want you know, man, I'm I'm really enjoying the moment like I'm really loving this. You know, I got a different perspective when it comes to doing interviews and stuff now, you know, like I'm not 22 number 27. I realized what's going on. I realized what I've created and I'm just embracing it now. Yes, I really do appreciate this. And it is not something that you know. And you should it is big boy. You know what I'm saying? Like, Come on,.
"briana taylor" Discussed on 710 WOR
"She's a peace up there on veal M martyr Briana Taylor that you definitely need to read and thanks for coming back. Good to be here. Buck Sexton. Can we start with this one? So they finally found the mean They tried mask up between bites in California, and and then they kind of walked away from that because everyone realized That's the thing that no intelligent human being can say out loud and not feel like a moron for saying, Um, and now in New York, they had a no. Even if you're doing outdoor dining, for which there is no solid evidence. There's any risk, right? Even without your dining, they wouldn't let you go inside to use the restroom. They finally crossed the red line of stupidity here and they had they had to clarify today. No, I guess you can go party after all. Wow. I didn't know they did that. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. You know, I was just talking to some people last night. Long time New Yorkers. No longer New Yorkers on guy sort of feel like l A isn't going to come back. But New York is But the longtime New Yorkers who are not New Yorkers anymore. Did not think New York was going to come back now. Whoever is right now, I think I'm right. I hope I'm right. Um, this is really serious. I mean, these, these blobby on Cuomo are trying to destroy the greatest city in the world. It's just been pedal to the metal, and they come up with these crazy rules. So so New Yorkers based being thrifty, you know, clever people ingenious will work around that we got We'll order heaters will will spread out and eat on the sidewalks and in the streets s O. They have not managed to destroy New York and then, Okay, that's it. We're just closing everything. They just change the rules to make sure no restaurants can stay in business. Did you hear? I mean, you must know this. Probably all your listeners know this. I'm probably the last one to know. Um, 21 Club is closing permanently. Yep. Forever. My friend Trish Regan wrote a whole article on it. Actually, sir, I shared it this morning. Oh, my gosh. Institutions and institutions closing that people look, I'm not some kind of fancy guy who got to go to 21 Club for lunch all the time. I wish eighties being like a Gordon Gekko. That would been fun. But you know, people have anniversaries. There. They proposed to their wives, their they such a fun time to go their Christmas time. Oh, my gosh, I'm depressed. And and I think that there's not the recognition that the lot of people used to have to deal with New York because this is where to do certain kinds of jobs you had to be here. The number of jobs you have to be here for When this is all over. He's going down drum. That's as big a changes anything else that's going down dramatically. Well, the terrifying thing that they were Telling me last night. The ones Nope. Did blobby on Cuomo have killed? It? Didn't think it was possible. Um, was that it's not just I mean, one of the unfortunate things that has happened to New York over, you know, probably the last 50 years and a lot because of the governor's father. Who was driving regular manufacturing type businesses out of New York paper makers, for example, on linen makers, furniture makers and they go to Cuomo and the first governor Cuomo one, say Mario and say, Look, I'm employing 1000 people in Queens or Brooklyn or whatever. Um, if you impose these taxes I can't afford it. I'm gonna have to move the entire business to North Carolina and Mario Cuomo said the same thing. Andrew Cuomo said the Donald Trump Good. See you later. Well, so we've already lost by we I mean, New Yorkers. Um, um, here, the only New Yorkers you're gonna be the last one going down to the last man standing here on WR. That's the good news is we've already gotten rid of middle class upper middle class jobs. Basically New York City. I mean, since you and I have been going out in New York City, I think is pretty much Wall Street's on the people who serve Wall Street. I mean, I guess you also have the media companies, but basically it Z this entire system, Whether it's uber's air nail salons, restaurants, bars, dog walkers. It's what can we do to make your life more comfortable investment banker and if the investment banks ever pulled out of New York? Totally over. It's over. It's a new work this Newark, New Jersey. Well, just so you know there's certain and pull out. Yes. So you already know Goldman Sachs Deutsche Bank, Guess where they're looking Florida, which has no state income tax, which all their employees you tend to, like money and investment. Banks are very pleased with and better weather on and yeah, I mean, New York City. What? What funds than what funds New York City. Is the.