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"campanis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Just run on those two things, Joe. Big, bold and aggressive about it. Or why don't you say Look, you know, I think that my predecessor was not good at that fiscal reform. And that's gonna be my ultimate cause is I'm gonna make sure that your taxes don't go up and I will be your defense. But run on a bold agenda and pick a lane and stick with it and be proud of its second work your tail off. And I do mean work your tail off. Be out there and accessible. I went toe. Marnie von Wilbur. It's social media page. And I can. I don't agree with her politics. We don't endorse her. She's the Democrat that ran against $11. But she was everywhere. She had kids and they were walking and it was fun. And it was all sorts of stuff and big endorsements. And these people are there. Telemundo. Hey, I'm out in front of this coffee shop, but I just got a cup of coffee. Uh, You keep, so you're basically faking your community support. Congar. Oh, out in front of Denny's and say I'm out here in front of this great restaurant here, and I just got myself a cup of coffee. Nobody knows who the hell you are in there, Joe on. So if you're gonna be out there, you got to Work your tail off and be approachable and on go to places where Republicans aren't I mean, don't be afraid to go to go to go to college campuses go to places where Republicans aren't and start talking. Start start singing the song. Yeah, I looked at his finances and he raised you no more money than Most candidates on the Republican side, but that's not saying much. You need to have someone who can actually get grassroots support, not the city Hall insiders, but $25 contributions $50 contributions. Legions of people what I did not see in District five. Was the grassroots campaign that Amar Campanis are ran in district 50. He's a Democrat. But let me just let you in on a little secret Blue and I know the secret sauce. Republicans are grassroots, too. Democrats don't have a monopoly on grass roots are grassroots have never actually been talked to, though by our candidates. Why don't we knock on their doors? Joe Leventhal spent more time catering to the downtown chamber types and board members of the E. D. C and business groups. Then he did actually talking to the various types of community leaders all throughout District five. He might say. Well, I did that. No. You didn't do enough of it, and it wasn't Aggressive and it wasn't sustained. So the hard work the grassroots talking to people at their doorstep was Qi and Lu your third one. Yeah, No, you've got to be happy and cheerful about telling the story of Republican values yet Hawk gleefully about free enterprise in the values of and the things that can come from it talk talk joyfully about opportunity in the opportunity that Republican values offer people to get ahead in life, be happy about it and talk about it constantly. Don't be. I'm sorry. I'm a Republican. No, don't be. I'm sorry. Cheerful. Yeah, You know what? Maybe I have some different styles and Donald Trump. But let me tell you what I'm impressed by. He's really getting a lot of Latino support. He's getting a lot of African American support. Here's what I like about him. And here's why how I'm different, and here's how I'm gonna move forward. That's all you to do. Right. Be careful about it, baby. Be positive about it. Look for the the goodness and say I'm not going to be divisive. I don't like divisive but where we going to do is we're gonna talk about the good things that we can do in Um in San Diego in this district in Rancho Bernardo, Uh, based upon the philosophy that I have, in the end my work ethic and the approach on might bring to the challenge. Those three things can move mountains, but it has to be done. It's the only way for the Republicans to get strength back in San Diego are quick break. Then we got a guest coming up to talk more about Donald Trump Facing versus Hollywood Trump versus Hollywood that we'll see what this is about. That's next on the day my report, but first traffic.
"campanis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And that it's ah that it's a fair and honest election. That's that's the goal. We've got great elections offices all throughout the district, and I think they'll do a great job of going to this is quickly as they possibly can to make sure they deliver accurate count. That district includes all of King's county and parts of Kern to Larry and Fresno counties. Meanwhile, here in Southern California, the race for the 50th congressional District, East San Diego County and part of Riverside County is still too close to call as well. That seat came open after Republican Duncan Hunter left office in disgrace. Republican Darrell Issa currently has around 51% of the vote to Democrat Ammar Campa. Najjar is roughly 48% KPBS reporter Matt Hoffman says it's been a tough race. When early returns started coming in Democrat Campania Jar had a small advantage. He addressed supporters, virtually hoping returns would continue to trend his way and I pray and hope to God that the voters in the district know the difference between someone who's amount of people. And the man unit for himself. But whatever the outcome is you all have made a change in this district. Earlier in the day, Isis said he needed a big election day turnout to win and because early votes were counted first, his lead could expand as counting continues. Both candidates raise quite a bit of cash in this race. It was among the top 10 congressional races nationwide in terms of total money brought in Nyssa raised more than $12 million, of which nearly eight million was either alone or given by Aissa himself. Campanis are raised more than $5 million, but wasn't able to keep up with the ice, a campaign ad blitz late in the campaign. The seat is currently vacant. Duncan Hunter resigned earlier this year after pleading guilty to misusing campaign funds. The district has been a Republican stronghold in a majority Blue County 40% of registered voters. There are Republicans while 30% are Democrats. For the California report. My Mat Hoffman.
"campanis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"To a crowd in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I think we're gonna have a tremendous victory and all of these states they're talking about I see all of them. Maybe we're gonna have a tremendous evening. I hope so. Democratic nominee Joe Biden blasting the president will. Speaking Monday in Ohio and Pennsylvania. He called President Trump Week at a drive in rally in Pittsburgh, Trumpers and strong He's weak. This is the president. Not only doesn't understand sacrifice Don't understand courage, physical courage it takes to be a uniform. Folks. We're going to support our military there. The backbone is fine of this country's president. Trump also telling supporters that he is the political outsider despite four years in the White House. Election day off and running with the tiny township of Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, turning out for the traditional midnight voting that makes it among the first places in America to cast a vote in the general election, and they've done it that way. Since 1960 This year, all five votes cast were in favor of Joe Biden in 2016. President Trump picked up two votes in Dixville Notch compared to Hillary Clinton's for I'm Mark Mayfield. One of the most recent heated races in San Diego. The selection is the battle to win the vacant 50 of congressional District seat. A recent UT 10 news poll found Democrat Ammar Campa Najjar trailing former congressman Darrell Issa by 11 points. And because Democrats dominated early voting, those early returns could show false hope for Campanis. Are things gonna look good from our company's jar by 8058 15. The next set of returns that come in are going to be the one starting nine between nine In 10 30 0 come in from Poland places. U C. San Diego political scientist that cow's tails reporting partner 10 News that could be a CZ Muchas 10 to 15 point. A swing of 10 to 15 points for Isa. The seat last held by Duncan Hunter is the last Republican stronghold in the county. Tech companies plan to put political ads on hold after Election Day. Steve Rappaport has the story with the possibility of the race for the White House going into overtime. Google, saying it will temporarily ban ads relating to the presidential election as well a state and local contests after the polls close, Facebook will have a similar ban in place and to prevent candidates from prematurely declaring victory. Notifications at the top of news feeds will remind users that winners are not decided until news outlets like The Associated Press and Reuters verify the results. Twitter, meanwhile, plans to flag tweets declaring victory before races. Air called Tech companies are determined to avoid a repeat of 2016 when their platforms were misused for election meddling. Sheriff's deputies discovered Ah reconfigured a ar 15 rifle with a high capacity magazine during a Halloween night traffic stop that turned into a pursuit. Deputies say the 42 year old driver sped away when they tried to stop him for a traffic violation on the 90 foreign Campo. A spike strip helped end the chase near the poster road, but the driver ran off. Using night vision technology. A sheriff's helicopter spotted the man hiding in a tree. He was arrested and deputies say he altered her. The altered a ar 15 rifle had no serial number. Coco In two years time 5/16 of San Diego volunteers hit the open ocean to help San Diego County veterans struggling with the pandemic. Instead of hosting a charity gala this fall due to Corona virus, Veterans Village of San Diego, organized a three day sea kayaking trip to Catalina. Seven paddlers. Many veterans themselves set sail in late October on the 54 mile trip. The three day paddle to the island raised nearly $70,000 for veterans villages of San Diego. How scammers air targeting you on this Election day we're gonna have a live report coming up at 5 41 hear the stories Trending in legal professor says If the election is not a blow out, there could be legal challenges and recounts in several states. We've got your traffic and.
"campanis" Discussed on KOMO
"Cannabis, Seattle's first black own dispensary. Then withdrew the claim, saying it has caused great distraction to the stores and tension. We're going to use this as a launching that kind of an incubator, Campanis partners want to train other people of color to also succeed in the industry. That's Coleman's Joe Marino. The store officially opens his afternoon at 12 45. News time now. 10 10 time to check in at the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk. The Seahawks o San Francisco Sunday second straight NFC West Division matchup. The Seahawks banged up and running back Chris Carson, Carlos Hyde Travis Homer, all nursing injuries but could play quarterback Russell Wilson hopes they can get healthy. If not, he says. Rookie deejay Dallas is ready. I think our guys are working to get back. You know, you've got a chance so See what happens here. But, you know, I think you know, DJ has been great for us. I know. I know. You know He's been really working his tail off and so I'm excited to see him. Play some too as well Play a bit more probably. But, you know, we'll see what happens when the Seahawks of three point favorites over the 40 Niners Sunday at 1 25 and an empty Centurylink field. The husky basketball team yesterday, learning they will open their Pac 12 season at Utah. December 3rd. They're still working out their nonconference schedule. We checked sports attended 40 past each hour. Traffic and weather. Upcoming Come on news time. 10 11. The battle for the White House could come down to who can turn out key voting blocs. That part of the story from ABC is Tommy Thomas's Florida the biggest battleground state. Hispanics make up more than two million registered voters nearly 20% of the electorate in that state. President and Joe.
"campanis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"What is. Meanwhile, Joe Biden is sitting there, you know, putting a lid on his campaign, usually by 9 A.m. and babbling incoherently at press availability. I am surprised that more is not made of this by the mainstream media only because it is so stark. I mean, the fact that the Biden campaign has just decided to mail this in over the last two months, and Trump has decided to step on the accelerator and literally double the appearances that he does on a 24 hour period. We're going to get to Ah, some of the developments on the national stage. But here in San Diego, there are number of national races that you know, certainly could could indicate you know whether Republicans get wiped out in Congress. We don't have a Senate race going on. But just moments ago, a new poll is out in the 50th congressional district. And Lou I just pasted it in your note page. Ah, the Polish survey. Yusa. Ah, it is done for Union Tribune and Channel 10. What it shows is a pretty big shift in theory in the 50th congressional district. Back in September survey, Yusa showed that the race was statistically tied. Now it shows Aissa has an 11 point lead 51 to 40%. With 9% undecided. I have a swing. It's a big swing. Not sure I buy it. I think this is still definitely a tossup Race. I 3 60 Strategies just released. A poll for Campanis are showing the race is tied 42 42 What's interesting about this pole is not just the swing. But where the swing came from. What it shows is that both Campania jar and ICEA increased their support with Republicans and Democrats, respectively. Camp in a jar went from 86% of Democrats to 92% of Democrats backing him. Ah isil went from 84% of Republicans backing him to 88% of Republicans, so their base eyes coming home. Although Isis still has a problem with Republicans, he needs to be up to the nineties, not just in the high eighties. Look at the swing on independent study the part that I'm fascinated by. Yeah, and on this one, I'm not. This is why I don't know if this poll is accurate Survey USA Pole It shows that campaigns are lost with independence. 50% of the vote. Hey, was that 50% vote in September. It plummeted. 18 points down to 32% in October. Isil with independence went from 37% of the vote in September, up to 46%, so a net gain of of eight AA AA or 9999 points. I I'm familiar with the polling here. And the problem has been that Isis favorability numbers with independence has been really low. So this poll seems to indicate that suddenly there's been a big change in opinion amongst independents in the district, and I'm not so sure. Just based on the contours of the race that is likely to have happened. Well, see, I think that this race is literally a two point race. Either way, I think either candidate can win. I think it's going to come down to turnout, and I think it's going to be awfully close now, interestingly, enough of the voters that have already voted in the race. Which is about, um What do they say? They're putting it down as about Ah 40. Oh, no. Sorry, 60%. Those voters went for campaign is our 51% to 46% and again, based on the fact that a lot of Democrats have returned their ballots early. That's not a surprise, however. What the poll shows is that voters who have not yet cast ballots. Which is about 25% of the vote. They are right now, 7 to 1 for Isa overwhelmingly for Aissa. So Aissa has to get that vote to turn up to turn out. He's got to get them to show up, turning their ballots because right now If you just simply looked at the numbers of votes that have been cast campaigns are probably has a lead, so I expect this race to be awfully close. That's why we're gonna have ice A and Campen ish are on the show. I believe on Thursday, Thursday Thursday, I believe it's on Thursday. Maybe it's tomorrow, but it is the hottest national race here in San Diego County. No doubt But that's 7 to 1 ice advantage of those ballots that have not yet been cast that that supports At least what my gut has been telling me on. That is that there's anxiety among conservatives on how to get that ballot counted. Eso. They're waiting for an opportunity that makes him feel comfortable and the mailbox, ain't it. I say. Walk it in right now. Get him. Yeah, We got to get it in right now. Don't wait till election day. I mean, if it's sitting on your kitchen counter on Wednesday, we all lose. Yeah. You know, you could get sick, You know, you know, with food poisoning on Tuesday We could have. Ah, God forbid, you know wildfires right up in orange. Now 70,000 People have been evacuated in Irvine on DSO. Don't wait till Tuesday Tuesday may have long lines as well Go to the voting centers. There's more than 50 voting centers that are available throughout San Diego County alone. And many, many more in Riverside Orange County, Ella etcetera, but we have to do is go to the Registrar of Voters Website for your county and here in San Diego. It's s devote dot com. And look up one of these centers and just drop off your ballot..
"campanis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Is the Mile River with Carl Tamayo and his video proof capture that stupid seeing again so he could put out propaganda the story behind the story. We're looking forward to him getting back on the trail when the doctors say it's physically feasible for him to do so the fight continues. All right this hour. We're going to turn our attention to one of the hottest Russian races in the country, and many people would not have thought it would have been this close because this is a traditionally Republican safe seat. We're talking about the 50th congressional district. In San Diego, which encompasses Alka Hone Santee. All of these county like Lakeside Alpine goes up includes Escondido. Ramona San Marco's Fallbrook and then moves right into a piece of Riverside County with a macula. It's traditionally gone heavily towards Republicans. But the latest poll from survey Yusa Shows that Darrell Issa and Mark Camp in a jar or in a complete dead heat, toss up 46 45 well within the margin of error. When you look deeper in the poll, however, it shows that the reason why it's so tight is Darrell Issa has a problem with base voters. 34% Of his voters are on ly supporting him. Quote with reservations. Versus 77% of our companies are voters that are enthusiastically quote unquote enthusiastically supporting him so I think a lot of this Lou stems from the primary that Darryl and I and Senator Brian Jones competed in in March. It was a hard air primary. No question about it. But where are a lot of money was spent a lot of ads and the main issues that came up in that primary were ISA quit his prior district. On DH that he has a very spotty record. Ah, in terms of, you know, at times, not supporting President Trump and kind of, you know, calling for special prosecutor etcetera. His Ah ah weird statements in front of liberal groups where he told them that he would fight for full funding for Planned Parenthood. That actually earned him. Ah ah! Ah pedant. The Orange County Register a story in the Orange County register that said he was going far left and finally, hey! Ah! Ah supported amnesty. It was not really good on the border now. Darrell Issa today says he's going to be good on these issues. But the nature and he's had observation year career, though of votes that put among the more conservative members. In the in the Republican cock. It's not in the last six years, he actually got failing grades from the club for Growth, Family Research Council Heritage Action. And so I think part of that is that he was in a more liberal district. Hillary Clinton won his district in 2016. He almost lost his district in 2016. And I think that he was kind of reading the tea leaves. And now this is a more conservative district so If I were to give him some advice and full disclosure. I've endorsed Darrell Issa and I want him to win I want I do not want to see the last Republican seat in San Diego County go to the Democrats, and Lou has endorsed him as well. But sometimes when you're tryingto, you know, nudge a candidate Teo, you know, maybe more aggressive here or hey, clarify this issue because a lot of people I talked to are really not voting for you because of this issue. You want them to win, and I think we've said a number of times. Hey, Darryl. You got to make sure that these issues air put the bed and he recently in a debate here on Kogo with Jack Cronin on the voice in a voice of San Diego Kogo politic fest debate. Said that quote these issues were disproven and put the rest. They haven't been. And so my hope is that in our interview, we can ask him that question. People have reservations. Can you commit that These issues on amnesty? The border your support for President Trump these comments that you've made about Planned parenthood that we should not worry about those that you are absolutely Understanding that those were in error or that those were a different time or different district or whatnot. But you can't just say Oh, that's not true, because, like he authored a bill to give 11 million illegal immigrants amnesty A TTE the behest of big business groups back in 2014. So Campanis are his problem, And this is what we're going to ask him about 4 30. Socialism. He has gone from being a far left progressive candidate in 2018, particularly the primary on 2018, where he said that he was backing single payer health care, Medicare for all To now, saying he is ah, moderate who met with President Trump and you know, you know, opposed the gas tax in 2018, and that that he's in the he's in the centrist lane. And so I think we need to ask him about his prior comments and say, Okay, So which one is it? Both of these guys? I think I have the same issue, which is They've taken positions, and now they're trying to pretend like these positions they never took in the past and that you should 100% trust them and 100% know that it's disproving the other guy's lying. I think we got it. We got a pin, both of them down on these issues, the the socialism for camp in a jar and these conservative issues that are really near and dear to the heart of voters in the 50th In the case of General Isa There's a lot of members of Congress that have watched their congressional district and their region really start moving to the left or to the right on over the years have adjusted their positions to be a better representative. The question is, does that do lose? You know voters because of the you know, does that seem disingenuous in the long run, or is that something that shows an evolution of a member of Congress? I think it's a It's a fair question to philosophical question, but it's a fair question. Brilliant. Indeed, I think, though, if you are trying to represent your district because you're a representative, the district not a conservative, conservative fighter or crusader or progressive fighter or crusader. Then then that's what you should say is. Hey, I was representing my district. I'm being honest. I did take a position of full full funding for Planned parenthood, or I did support single payer health care. But to simply say it's a lie. That's dishonest. That's not being a good representative. That's being a typical politician willing to say or do anything. To win an election for your own personal benefit. So you're actually right. There are members of Congress, who over a period of time will change on their positions because the voters that they are speaking foreign voting for have changed. My view on those folks is if you no longer fit the district don't run because I my view is if you are a conservative leader or in the case of people in the left progressive activist Be that, okay? Don't apologize for it. Be authentic, Be genuine. Oh, and if your district moves then then you should know that and not seek to represent them because they probably would be better suited with someone else. But in this case that's not that's not what we're hearing from either one of these candidates. We're hearing the other guy's lying well, we've got to get to the bottom of the voters need to know exactly what they're getting in this district one way or another, because it's an awfully tight race and every single vote seriously. Every vote. Who's going to count on this seat? So We'll be hearing first from General Issa and then of course at 4 30 Ammar Campa Najjar That's coming up next day Tune go nowhere on the deal. I'll report prefers traffic, and.
"campanis" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
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"campanis" Discussed on Beef and Dairy Network
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"campanis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Camping. Tushar is invoking Duncan Hunter. In slamming Darrell Issa for not taking responsibility for the tweet. Now I know a lot of folks probably say, Well, it's just semantics, right? You know, staffer sent out a tweet. It. It basically parroted Democrat talking points. You know, I still got called out Isis, but it's not his position. In the benefit of the doubt, though I will never before and I know that he's been vocal from since 2002 Gray Davis about why we're using vanity power here in the city, California so You know, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and say that that wasn't that isn't his voice. So it's inconsistent, which is why it's newsworthy in the first place. So if that's what happened, that's what happened. Yes, but But both you and I know because I ran against Darryl in in the primary. One of the issues I brought up was that he was unreliable that he morphs his positions that he started out a zoo conservative. Then he went far far left when he started worrying about losing the 49th. Then he went way way back to the conservative end when he wanted running the 50th. And so I am acutely concerned about that, as are others. And so when we see this tweet were like, wait a minute, he said He was going to be conservative. He ran as a conservative the primary and now he seems to be morphing back to the center. That's the concern and I think that's why it was sent to me. I think it was sent to me because it came from a conservative. You know, And it was basically like, what's this crap? You know? What is he saying? This doesn't seem like the fighter that we need. And of course, it was like salt. My wound is like, Okay, Come on. You know I've endorsed Darrell Issa. I need him to get across the finish line. I want him to win. Three alternative would not be good. Um, but then you get campaigns are coming out and agreeing with us on this And actually, you like, not just kind of agreeing, but like full throated saying A Democrat. Energy policy is wrong and there there needs to be a a focus on that, and there needs to be effects. So I think part of the concern I have is What sort of there? What? Darrell Issa, are we going to get going to get the one that was, you know, more centrist to the left? From 20, You know, 17 2018, or are we going to get the one that just ran in this most recent primary? Who says he's going to be conservative and be a leader on these things? Because we desperately need a bleeder? There's like there's no Republicans left in California, so the few that we do have They gotta be vocal and they've got to be sharp. One other thing. I'll point out and and you know this If you have liberals on your staff, that's a problem. It really bugs me when Republicans higher People who either don't know the issues or don't agree with Republicans on the issues. And I asked, Why are you giving a patronage job? A political job to someone who doesn't understand your position doesn't understand the issue or may disagree with your position on the issue. S O. I think something needs to happen here because this is supposed to be that one of the most conservative seats in California, and it needs to have one of the most conservative voices in California. On all these issues, Um You are concerned, I mean, do you share the concern that well Company Jar is taking the opportunity to position himself as a Republican, is literally running as a Republican in the 50 congressional district as Even though he's a he's a He's the Democratic nominee. I mean, he is way afar of his own party with respect to the issue on energy and so many other things. Could he be? You know, Wait shows. Good spot. This shows courage, actually, um, that he would take this position that camp in a jar. I would say. I agree with Lou and Karl on and the Democrat energy policy caused this and is the problem and it needs to be fixed and hear some ideas how to fix it. His three ideas that he laid out. We're exactly what we let laid out on Monday. We said, Look, you know first we need to scrap the Democrat energy policy, but At the very least, a Republican needs to carry a bill. Remember, we said at the very end of the show the three o'clock hour on Monday and Republican needs to propose That we amend the Democrat energy policies in California, noting that Any utility. Any energy provider may purchased any form of energy. If there's a risk that the power will go out, writes very mature, very, very clear, clear position to take and nobody would disagree with that, and no one would do well except for the Democrats because they don't want the camel's nose under the tent. And so we we laid out what seems like an easy win for Republicans, Lou It's okay if you're here If you want to get an easy win on this one, this is the position it ate. Guess you took that position. Ammar Campa Najjar. And it's like a minute and so yesterday we were in a position where I think at one point he said. Hey, guys, there's no dispute. We passionately and vehemently agree with each other. All three of us agree. You know, Lou Carlin, Campania and I'm like, Actually, we dio on this issue. We dio so I'm gonna be interested to see If two things number one is does campaign is our continue To take these bold positions that are at odds with his party. And number two Is he genuine? Let's just say he wins. Would he actually govern this way? Um Good question. I mean, number one is Will he continue to take these sort of positions on issues other than energy and number two? Would he governed this way? The fact that he's willing to do this in the middle of a tight campaign means that He's willing to take the risk to stand up to his party because he needs every single Democrat When the seed he needs every single Democrat to vote for him. He needs the lion's share of independents to vote for him, and he's gonna have to peel off about 15% of Republicans. In order to win the seat. That's that's threatening that needle, Lou, you know, I've seen that before. It's really, really tough challenging to do no question about it. But if this week was, you know any indication he's going to go for that. Andi Intinusa. We'll continue to watch it with great interest. Quick break Bashar Al Campanis, our thought of the Democrat National Convention this week. We should have asked him when he was on the show yesterday. He who agree with all the garbage that we're seeing on TV right now, that would have been a very telling question. We'll give you our opinions in a rundown of the DNC wrapped up last night, and Joe Biden accepted the nomination will have it all for you. That's coming up next on the day, my report, first traffic and Lorie Kane. Hi, guys. We still have a big trouble spot in the South Bay from your always sunny San Diego Honda dealers Traffic.
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"Look. Att. And how your your opponent, Ammar Campa Najjar with cheese on it, And and, you know, it may have been inarticulate, but it was well meaning because he was trying to tell people this was gonna happen. Right. So you and I were listening to that, and I immediately texted to us the way we hold on whether the Stafford I catch that right. His staff wrote it and then you were talking. So you asked him. Let's be very clear, Congressman So you didn't write that as it turns out? Yeah. So he's saying now that he didn't write the tweet. His staffer did Ah Wei then decided. OK, so we should at least ask Campanis ar What is his response to that is And here's Campanis are yesterday responding to the staffer, Did it? Excuse audio nine. Weak. I mean, the congressman who will actually take responsibility and not blaming and actually have the facts right? First of all, and we know he's trying to, you know, hug Democrats because he knows he doesn't have Republican support. Okay, so he doesn't buy it. He's not buying the excuse that he's not. And what's interesting is campaigners are actually touched a nerve with me there. When he said a is trying to hug Democrats because Lou You know how much I loathe Republicans who try to be something that they're not and tried to cuddle up. To the left. It's like we already have enough Democrats in office. We don't need another. We don't need a Republican trying to be a Democrat. Just be a Republican. Okay, There's not enough of those. You could actually be your unique, interesting, diverse voice. If you are a Republican in California, you know, leading aggressively. Andi. I know Darrell Issa has the ability to be a strong Republican voice and be a leader. And so when I saw those tweets that was my Mike Mike. My concern is like, wait. What is he doing? Is he morphing into some centrist leftist because he had done that in the 40 49th district, and I think campaigns are is literally poking at that issue. On now. He's going after the whole staffing, You know, Blame the staff. Campanis are just about 45 minutes ago. Put out another tweet. He says. Wow at Darrell Issa, blasted by conservative at Carl Tamayo and Lou Penrose for saying for saying forcing people to shut off their power was quote necessary. Now Isis is blaming his staff question Mark exclamation point. A congressman who throws others under the bus for their own mistakes. Dot dot dot sound familiar. Hashtag, California 50 Okay on the link to the conversation so everyone can hear for themselves. Well, you know what he's saying. Who was the last congressman in San Diego, who threw someone under the bus for their mistakes. Well, I think everyone would agree. That would be the congressman that used to occupy the 15th Congressional district office. I know. So I'm looking at this and I'm like, Wow, I actually did. I'll be honest. I did not make that connection yesterday. For me. It was just like, Oh, you're blaming a staffer? Ah, that's kind of weak. That's you know, Um, but I'll accept the fact that he clarified his own position. I'm glad you know that. At least he says, yes. I agree with you guys. It's not necessary. It should not have been put out. You know the Democrats caused this problem We need to, you know, do it all the above energy policy. That's fine. But at the time I did not make that connection to Hunter until camp unguarded. You know, Hunter blamed his wife blamed his staff blamed his account for all of his problems, and now we found out that it was actually Duncan Hunter that participated in the defrauding of campaign funds. This is it's like every day another little contour of this thing. So here's the thing that that the reason why I want to bring this up. I want Darrell Issa to win. I want that seat to be held by a Republican. More importantly, though, I want a strong Republican leader who's going to be conservative and be right on the issues. This week showed at least me. That there's cause for concern that Campania jar is sharp and he is going to take advantage of every single slip up. And this was a slip up by Darrell Issa. And I think Darrell Issa recognizes that because he wanted to come on and set the record straight to his credit, by the way to his credit. But that being said this is a tight race. We can't have that. So we got tied it up. Folks Gotta tighten it up. And ah, I I'm done with Republicans. Done with Republicans who aren't able to lead on the issues that are the most important issues in our lives, and I'll tell you right now. Power outages in East County pretty damn important Pretty damn important and in a larger context, power outages in the entire state of California very important to everybody, but particularly in East County, where those folks have had to suffer under STD, shutting off the power Whatever gets windy. This is a big issue. Ah, Big, big issue. Quick break, by the way. You asked the question yesterday. I want to ask you two again. I mean, how much trouble does the companies are Get into? By agreeing with you and me could could be a little blow back there because he was spending a lot of time agreeing with us, that's Ah, well, ask that question and get that answer. Next on the dial. Report. First Traffic and Lorie Kane. Hello, Lou. Hello, Carl Frome. You're always sunny San Diego Honda Dealers Traffic center. What.
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"And the old want a weak ground ball to the right side. It gets past amount pirate coming on the thrall. The slightest Minnesota twins win it. Exciting night Pretty long night at Target field. You Kenta Maeda lost his no hitter in the ninth, but it was an exciting game in the 12. Mikey. Hey, that was that was the encapsulation of why we love and hate baseball. It was a long game, which you know they're trying to counter that with all kinds of different things that didn't work last night, and it was a great game and just it ends. Well, everything. East three strikeouts Kenta Maeda. Going for the no hitter. Use it up to a light hitting infielder, and then they almost lose. They lose the lead tied up, almost get beaten. Then they come back and find a way to win. They didn't do it with a home run like you expect to institute with they deal with a little soft ground ball. It was everything than Kenta Maeda. You with something last night. Everything that, you know, you know, Um Jordana, one of the things that they talk about when you're learning to pitch in baseball is everybody wants tall hard you throw. Is he a 95 guys in 93 guys? You know what What what More and more teams or good pitching coaches say how hard is his ball move, and it throws an 88 but is moving three inches from left to right. Most guys can't do that. He can still pitch and that's what he did last night that ah A lot of really good pictures. We've been proud of the way that work because he was he was overpowering there blown it by anybody use. He was really pitching, attacking the strike zone, and that's that's good to see you at all levels. It's good to see you so we do that. Is that a trend in baseball now and they were throwing so fast but throwing with more art? Absolute, actually not. It's the opposite. Now. Everybody's thrown 97 98 6 95, and that's what was refreshing to see. But you don't have to again that if you know your pitches if you're working on with your catcher, if you're doing all those things, you're still successful. Randy Dad next on a great singer, and a lot of people are throwing sinkers anymore. Some people say that's not the way to pitch anymore that you get it. You try to move the ball up in the zone and do some different things, and he's having tremendous success. So if you do it well, it seems to me you've got a pretty good chance. And there are a lot of new trends in baseball. But it seems like everybody wants you throw harder made and just get thrown it wherever they wanted and got it done. I just want to take you back about 28 years or so this week, I would have been on a crappy, dilapidated school bus travelling through the deep south to East Tennessee State. University use Tennessee stating east Tennessee State University. Stay with me. There is a point to this story, Mikey, just setting the stage a little bit for you, Um, traveling and and finding fast food restaurants that we did not know existed. There's like, you know, fried crayfish, crawfish thatyou confined. At a fast food place in the deep South. That you did not know was even a food. So imagine that we would have arrived on the campus of the East Tennessee State University. And we would be with about I'm gonna go with about 5000 other teenage girls and teenage boys, probably in the best shape off their life for a week's worth of cheerleading camp. Well, you would, too. Campanis, Tennessee state. Honey, that's real cute in the smoky mountains, right? We schlepped? Yep. So it was the greatest one of the greatest experience of college cheerleader. So that's what I need. Yeah, so it was great, but it was a lot of hard work. I've never been so sore in my whole life, really, But it takes me back to getting ready for the season and you say what you want about cheerleading. It was a wonderful sport that kept us in great shape and was really fun. What are we doing with the high school cheerleaders? And if there's no football this year, you know, I was asking about that and because even training all summer A cz, you know, to your point in other skills, and they had no team to trade for so they were talking about a meeting football cheerleaders. They're talking about moving him over a soccer where there is Gonna be a season and then they kind of said. Some said, You know why the fewer people the better right now at games, and so there's just continuing to train kind of like the football players, and it's like we'll tell you when you got a season cheer for you. No. So you know the ramifications and every school is different As to what they you Certainly can. I was just talking to somebody whose daughter goes to Big school were talking about that. But You forget they've trained as a group all summer. Yes, I know. And you don't train you know you trained to perform and and there's no place to performance, So they're hanging in there still doing stunts. They've cut back on their practices because you really don't, you know You probably get there and there's probably no competitions. Some of those are some good you know, they compete nor God competitions right now. So it's just like everywhere else, Man. You did they Limiting it, and even the outdoor activities. They don't want my swimming and diving this year in the fall. No parent nobody's allowed to go watch. So it's just gonna be an empty place, and hopefully some parent will be ableto face. Time to meet, you know, you know that goes if they can live stream it. Yeah, That's a good idea. Fred knows how he can hook that up. Who's that? I can't tell who's in the water. Zoom meets. Yeah, Zooey. That is interesting. Because, of course you want to see your child compete, especially if they're seniors and Already half of their season last year was decimated. So wow yeah, I don't think about I've been thinking about the cheerleaders cause that's fine. Yeah, but I I get that it's Ah, I mean, look, there's disappointments everywhere, Of course, for all of the sports, But that has ripples of Walt affected. I worry about more than that is, Will you turn more cheerleaders or football players put them all in the same camp. If they don't have a discipline or something to do, they're going to do something. But what's the something they're going to do? You know, I'm saying, I agree with that is every night, Friday night Saturday night. Now, if there's no, there's no consequences. In other words, if you get caught doing something you're not supposed to be doing. There's no team to get kicked off of that scares me as much as anything you know, and it's not just that I'm starting to get to perform. But Man kids without structure, they and they don't do it overnight, but they slowly start a many stairs. 11 11 30 is even more fun. And guess what happened? 12? You know, Mikey, I hear you. It's a good thing. You're your wife has some structure for those kids. Keep them right in line. Here You are. Big stories. Top stories of the day where.
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"15% or more on car, jer 7864564837 is the telephone number. If you want to talk to Ron McGill, we always learn things around here about the animal kingdom. So if you have questions, 786456 for eight 37 He is calling us right now from zoo Miami, which had to close down again because Miami is just infested. Eso What happened here? Ron? You're you're there You're there. Not many people are there. Nobody here except for essential staff. You know, all of the guest services people a lot of services. People have been reassigned. I mean, they're doing things like helping with horticulture, helping paint and restore some areas in the park will. There's nobody here but And there's no public here. Most of the part timers at home all of the confession. People are home so You know, it's it's been profoundly devastating for a lot of people. It really has been first. Did you have something for Ron McGill? A little happier than what it is that I'm talking to him about? Oh, this is actually not that much happier. We were talking about cemeteries today. My dad is very obsessed with visiting cemeteries. And it got me thinking if humans are the only species that Berry People once they die like what do other animals do when they have family members or friends that die? You know some animals? Certainly morn. I don't know of animals that actually very they're they're dead, so to speak. But there are animals certainly mourn their dead. You know, we've heard about elephants how they come back, sometimes year after year to the bones. As if they recognize the dead. We've seen the same thing with some primates. But I don't know of any animals that bury their dead other than perhaps to hide their scent, draw and predators. You know, they might be something to just Berry or found graphic. But there's a lot of animals that eat their dead babies that their babies were born dead or sometimes just stress out may eat their babies. But it's not. Of course, a type of mourning like we're looking at the cemetery. So short answer. No, I don't know of any animals that bury their dead. Wow. We took a detour into the eating of dead babies there. 786 I I said it would be a lighter question Answer. And then we went to dead eaten baby, But you know, there are animals that are known to eat babies. They're babies, You know, sometimes during the first birth, sometimes it's the stress of something. Sometimes when animals are born stillborn, they will eat the babies. So I mean, nobody knows the exact reason behind. It is just a bunch of speculation. But the fact is, if it happens great. It gets worse with stillborn. 7864564837 is the telephone number. If you want to talk to Ron McGill, al, you're on with Ron McGill. Go head out. Yes, Run. I am terrified of snakes. And I always wondered what would happen if snakes win extinct. Like what would happen to the world and Billy, could you put it on the pole? Should snakes be extinct? Well, Billy you, Khun, You get 80 sixed that pole because you made snake extinct. You would have a plethora of vermin that could spread disease like crazy destroyed crops like crazy. Just the rodents alone. That snake feed on would be one of the most destructive, You know, parts of our environment where they're not being controlled specifically by snakes. So makes players huge rule and controlling those vermin on in spite and in turn, you know, helping our agriculture helping our crock of crops helping the spread of disease. Uh, snakes are very valuable. I understand the fear that so many people have of them, but I try to urge you if you could just Learn a little bit more about him. If you could brave yourself to maybe handle 11 day and understand. I can't tell how many people I've had Shiver and fear. I mean, just sweating almost to the point where they're going to throw up get so scared. And then when I finally get them to hold the animal, they understand you know, they exhale go. Wow, It's nothing like what I thought it was going to be. It's just a matter of understanding is education. I'm not here proclaim you should go out and try to grab a steak and never go to reach a while. Snake. It's gonna bite you out of fear. Likelihood is not going to be an emission are going die from even get hurt by it, But it could bite you. But you know if you could just get with someone who understands things has a snake that understands people are not going to be a threat that let you handle it. You'll see they're really quite fascinating. What is the animal we could least afford to lose because of the damage it would do to an ecosystem. Um You know bees, bats. I mean bees and pollinators because it's so it's such a domino effect. When you can pollinate a plant the plant can't reproduce. The plan can produce fruit can produce flowers Campanis Victor, which feeds off a buttload of other types of animals that becomes a snowball effect. It starts with only unnecessary buttload totally unnecessary. I'm sorry I went off on a tangent. Dan. I'm tired, and I don't have my radio filter on. I mean, unbelievable. I don't know why there was a load of, but they're right. I'm wondering which animal we could do without, like. Is there an animal? That's just not that important? Useless Greg Cody of the Animal Kingdom. You know, I tell you The animal. If I had to eliminate one animal on earth, it would be the mosquito. Now The mosquito is food for a lot of other animals. But I'm wondering if those other animals could not adapt to each other types of infect. I mean, there are other infect other than mosquitoes. Just if if you had to put a gun to my head and say, Okay, what animal gonna go extinct, I would say. The mosquito. Specifically that breathing carries dengue carries with now virus that horrible Species of mosquito that is responsible for more deaths than any other animal on Earth. Jackie you're on with Ron McGill lives in Miami. Go ahead, Jackie. Hi. So I noticed that dogs have an extra flap in their ears, and I'm wondering what function that serves or if there's a reason for it. What animals have an extra flap inner dogs on the ears. There's like a little pocket. I don't know what that was for, like a little pocket on the ears. On our years or what specific dog's ears, man dogs dog was okay. You know, I I got it. I got dogs. You have to go to one who haven't been the same since that load of butt comment. Get it together. Miguel Dog's hearing is absolutely phenomenal. You know, they hear in frequencies that we cannot here at. You know, you've heard that thing people blowing a dog whistle and you don't hear anything to talk about crazy, Okay? So all those little What was the flap? Ron? This is coach you're doing into the question Do looks extra help help Funnel sound into the ear. Okay. It helped funnel sound into the ear that slap when it flops over isn't very functional, but that's probably a result of just domestication and reading and stuff like that..
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"B. S. sports radio we're talking about Colin Campani coach Anthony Lynn said yeah we'll probably look at him for work out coach Doug Pederson the eagles says yep we're probably looking for work out do you think Colin Capra Nick would be a good fit on the Chargers do you believe he'd be a good fit one the eagles will he get that opportunity nobody's looking at him to to be a starter nobody's looking at him so it took to get on the field and automatically be the day when he hasn't played in four years but with everything going on here in the country with a lot of people paying attention to his initial message some people still don't do you believe he will be able to go ahead and at least get that chance you may not get back into the lead what will he get that opportunity eight five five two one two for CBS are taking your phone calls I want to let you know tomorrow night on the CBS sports network seven PM eastern four PM Pacific get connected on the CBS sports network as we bring you big names with big surprises all via zoom only on the twenty four hour home of CBS sports let's go ahead and hit up these phone lines we have the calling up from Baltimore feel you want CBS sports radio what do you think about what these coaches are saying about given calling Capranica look three or four o'clock statement number one he would be best served by backing up but city identical team weeks as a reserve now has a quote unquote broke play quarterback the Washington Redskins Alex Smith is ready to get back in the cell number number one number two J. R. for yourself and I look at the what you do like the athletes do you all have a physical regimen to prepare you for what you do number three with the NBA star you had on I'm intrigued to you think of the top White W. NBA women's team could be the top flight college basketball team in a game well I mean the you you you went over the course of a over three situations here I mean what what what we got a lot of calls you what which one do you want me to answer first well forget the one about cabinet because I'm I'm she'll get the get cabinet we're talking about coming out what will add to the in the last one like the last one to do I think a top women's program would be able to be a college program yes I do you think the NBA team to be kept at the tap in Dallas you said and done after balking you said W. N. B. A. right he's gonna be at the top it's going to be what I would look well let me ask you a question DO you sound surprised by my answer have have you attended a W. NBA game well I would say I'm a tell you a little while no no no no David David have you attended a W. NBA game no I haven't but the argument why okay well here's another question I think it will be out P. O. yes another here's another question have you played against any W. NBA players Colmer okay so this is what this is what I will tell you Theo not only were they all watch it real quick we all watch the games and to myself I see it good god them girls can't wait it's a privately okay so let me explain something to you the L. E. I have I have played against W. NBA players before they've got into the W. NBA okay I have seen it Shannon Bobbitt I have seen a piff any princes with my own eyes I have seen these women abuse men one basketball courts in New York City wow okay if you if if you wanna ask me and I can also tell you about a lot of men you know when you think about college basketball it's very easy to think about Anthony Davis is easy to think about John wall in Kentucky players and think about superstars in InDesign Williamson's but we're talking about professional women these women are extremely skilled so yeah Renee Montgomery I'm I'm taking her to depend on who she's playing against them a college game to go out and and given the work because every college player is not designed Williamson David and Georgia your CBS sports radio what do you think about calling capping potentially getting a shot are you mad that he definitely deserves a shot are likely near Atlanta back in that rhyme but that's just my personal opinion you know he's got some skills no doubt about it thank you I thank you for reading by here in Orlando and I would love to swim come though Anna well you know what David but can they make the job before Colin Kaepernick gives one I'm absolutely yes absolutely cam Newton gets a job in Carolina Panthers further I mean a further kind of disrespected him today today the the Carolina Panthers tweeted out you know which is the greatest player in the history it was loop key glee Steve Smith and I don't remember who the other guy was and they basically omitted a cam Newton it incorrect who was a Chris don't whisper wasn't Julius peppers let defensive end we just as a giant knocking everybody out look you can ignore thank you Chris you can't ignore you know the cam Newton there's no ignoring that now to your first point David yes Atlanta the Atlanta would fully embrace Colin Capra Nick there's no doubt about that I think this is one city in one market that would be a happy to happen and and let's see if it if it comes true thank you David Coleman awareness what is right now the progress ready yes this is what it in here good and the fans were accepting I will leave it to David David that's why I said that Lana and that's why didn't say Georgia I agree well I appreciate you.
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"R. export brief and the number if you don't know by now eight five five two one two for CBS that's eight five five two one two for CBS we've been spending a lot of time the better part of the last hour discussing common Campani you know Roger Goodell came out with that apology in a in a in a few seconds will go about playing that for you but Roger Goodell the players you know Michael Thomas say kwon Barkley BJ Pat Mahomes a they they put together I want to call it a collage video compilation video demanding that the NFL be clear that it stands up against racial injustice than at the apologize well Lou of almost twenty four hours later Roger Goodell put out a statement on social media and this is exactly what Roger Goodell had to say in response to his players yesterday it is been a difficult time for our country in particular I keep you in our country first my condolences to families of Georgia Florida we got a camera a mother of three in all the families moving directly speaks out we National Football League condemn racism in the systematic oppression of black people with the National Football League it meant we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out and peacefully protest read the National Football League believe black lives matter I personally protest with you and want to be part of a much needed change in this country without black players there would be no National Football League and the protests around the country are emblematic of the centuries of silence inequality and oppression of black players coaches fans and staff we are listening I am listening and I will be reaching out to players who have raised their voices and others on how we can improve and go forward for a better and more United and it's not Sam okay now that's one thing to apologize and it took Roger Goodell of the NFL for years since Colin Kaepernick now to go ahead and give that apology as you heard there was no mention of Colin Capra Nick and it had probably has everything to do with their settlement from last February twenty nineteen and I said you know I I don't know if Colin Kaepernick is gonna retire but it's going to be interesting to see how that plays out you know does he want to play I think the odds have increased that he might return but is it necessary we may not realize it now but Colin camper Nick is going to be a historic figure when it comes to injustice here in the United States of America that is a fact and it's unfortunate that Colin Capra Nick no foreign issue in people continue to die over the same thing he not for and that there were distractions thrown his way as to what his point was and now we've reached an inflection point here in the United States of America which seemingly finally has become clear and unfortunately it's it looks like it's taken a pandemic it's taking people out of work it had it's taken no sports it's taken no movies no concerts no bars no restaurants it's taken that for people to really pay attention recognize what's been going on in this country what folks have turned a blind die because they don't want to mess up the power structure they didn't want to mess up their wallets with their pocketbooks or for the sake of of not listening wouldn't all folks want is equality it's really that simple so I posed the question I said Hey do you think that the odds have increased that Colin Capra Nick is going to return and we had a my rate of coals plenty of people called up in support of of of Capper Nick people have look for change I believe that the NFL fine you can apologize you can write a check they committed an additional twenty million dollars so they're inspired change campaign yesterday that's great what do you want to do internally in the NFL what do you wanna do do give me something past the Rooney rule incentives it when you have these incentives it it's a it's a it's a joke onto itself what are the actionable items that are going to go ahead and take place these are the same things I need to take place in the community it's not just you know put up an Instagram square it's not that I I hashtag black lives matter one of the actionable items that corporate America that power structures are going to go ahead and take the same way that that people are making their voices heard and and need to continue to do so there needs to be a tangible response from the power structure from your corporations from governments people need to push their governments to change the action in voting education it goes on and on let's see the change so Roger Goodell's apology without mentioning calling Capranica okay maybe you can't because of the settlement I'm sure that's the case what's next because what I know is going to happen and we've heard it from players like Adrian Peterson is that play is going to be taking any what's the response that we've heard Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says anybody take any I'm cutting you well Jerry you what are your thoughts now you gonna cut half the cowboys you gonna cut a quarter of the cowboys you gonna are you not going to feel the football team there's a lot of question marks things continue to roll out and it's due it's necessary for people to be uncomfortable it's unfortunate that people have had to die.
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"Your stack of cash I wonder what is Nike make its trainers of the way by cool Kasia an Irish workers in Beantown well they made by doc issued individuals I don't know maybe in Asia in post colonial territories just calling tablet have any issues my did you hear Ricky Joe vase with regards to sweat shops will get to that viral video later but let's be very clear about what this is all about it is about moral equivalency where it's how would sit in with his textbook with Noam Chomsky railing against the white to imperialism of the United States it's the same as calling Campani sweets what is the run Iran has to be understood as perhaps one of the most dangerous states in the world today the foremost sponsor of state terrorism ever since nineteen seventy nine when the Islamic revolution did post Shah Mohammad of as a public AVI this country has been at war with us and not just us but with the west with Judeo Christian civilization with our friends in Israel and in fact with all the brown skinned individuals in the Middle East Mister cap Anneke the man that the president had killed a few days ago is responsible for at least a million deaths in Syria this man Major General Saloum Monday was behind the proxy militia destabilize they should not only of Iraq and Libya but also Syria but does calling Campani care about people who are brown in Syria of course he doesn't because he's virtue signalling this is the Iran that held fifty two US citizens hostage for four hundred and forty four days this is the country that went to war with its neighbor Iraq for eight years with the cost of perhaps over a million dead this is the individual who worked for the theocracy for the mullahs who developed liquid metal squash head E. D. technology to defeat U. S. armor and then smuggled it into Iraq to be used against our personnel six hundred and three dead wearing the cost of the Republic directly linked to this individual and of course the thousands who were maimed who lost a limb not to mention if you want to say oh well that's about a thousand miles away who cares this is the individual who masterminded a bomb plot it truly three miles from where I am sitting against a nother middle eastern individual the Saudi ambassador in a restaurant in Georgetown until the FBI got wind of it well and again this is the nation that they legally took ten US service men sailors hostage on the river reading boats under the Obama administration and lastly this is the regime that has killed thousands of its own citizens why because they want to govern themselves there's only one correct side in this war that has been raging since when I was nine.
"campanis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Belgium is confronting a legacy. Of colonialism and racism in the nineteenth century, king Leopold appropriated Congo is. His, personal colony millions of, Africans were killed enslaved or died of disease. The Royal museum of central Africa outside. Brussels long hid that ugly history now after a massive renovation the Congolese. Will finally tell their own stories here's Joanna kakissis. With this weekend long listen Nearly every evening Congolese novelists cartoonists and singers. Gather at India a restaurant in a Brussels, neighbourhood called Matanga it's a. Neighborhood, settled by Congolese emigrants, and it's worth forty nine year old visual. Artists on may find inspiration for his. Work With my work asks, a lot of questions about the memory of. Colonialism I want to know my identity and my real history. Campanis history and his art will play a part in the story He grew up in Congo but in high school he learned, history from a teacher who used Belgian textbooks was up We were taught king. Leopold was honorable and important we were told we were descended from the Gauls that, they were our kings was skeptical then he moved to Belgium. In one thousand nine hundred ninety four to study art and he wanted, to know how the Belgians saw the Congolese he found the Royal museum of central Africa in a village near Brussels altered vetted inside where statues depicting the. King and European missionaries as, heroes Africans were shown, as savages or as children clinging to the robes of white men Do not memoir locator it struck me that, our history has been confiscated that when our children come here they would not see a positive image of themselves he, didn't get no the whole ugly story Growing up in Belgium even the museum's director Guito Gril seals didn't. Know it we went to school a lot of. Our teachers were former missionary so did occasion that we got was that Belgium brought civilization to kogo, that we did nothing but good things go up the, king Leopold was the founder of the Congo they didn't know the whole truth. Because the king burn most of its. Colonial documents over the years journalists and historians piece together damning accounts from other sources at least. Four million Congolese died under Leopold's rule from violence disease and starvation I'm AM read, the accounts with whore he thought about the Newseum. Filled with statues depicting, her roic white men I thought to myself they believe. This is normal I was shocked that people could think this was normal The Royal museum. Of central Africa began as a temporary exhibition in eighteen. Ninety seven on the woods of Leopold country estate the, most talked about portion was a mock. African village the king, displayed two hundred and sixty. Seven Congolese men women and children there behind a fence.
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