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Fresh update on "candace" discussed on Clark Howard
"His four Hannity News You won't get from the media Mob Don Jr. Mark Meadows, Candace owns Tommy Larrin, Dan Bongino and a bossy and much more. Nine Eastern, saying. DVR. Hannity Fox News. News you won't get from the rest of the media. As always, Thank you for being with us. We'll see it tonight. Back here tomorrow. And have a great evening. For all your food is out there. I'm unwrapping a McDonald's steak, egg and cheese bagel. Look at this steak and it just running down the side. Got a little bit on the wrapper here and then the fluffy egg and real cheese photo oversight looking just so good. Mm. Grilled onions on a buttered bagel, too. Thumbs up from a Donald Steak, egg and cheese bagel for breakfast. Love it more bop a bop. I participate in McDonald's.
Fresh update on "candace" discussed on What's On Your Mind - Encore
"Ends up falling backwards of the hardwood, and it will be a charge as if the fourth foul the evening here on Bella Canoe. It's in checking back in for her will be von Ashes, commutes and checks out. 15 foul. The half court Christian was 6 40 40 million leads a 38 35. I'd have to finally agree with that call James that was look like total bomb had position She just ran right into her. Left handling. This time they have super super right hand side the Ah choreography, control of right hand corner to King. It's Candace back over Dockery ocher looking for little fake pass, but the defender didn't bite on it. So she ends up picking up her dribble. Over back the right hand side up the topic. He too, Suker. Good ball movement on this possession by apart, Christian, they're staying patient. Cross court pass right hand wins, Shoot for three rolls around halfway down. Decided they didn't want to go through the cylinder..
Fresh update on "candace" discussed on What's On Your Mind - Encore
"Knocks down the first of two from the stride Now she cashed in on the first one, so she'll have an opportunity for a second one here momentarily. 35 32 lead part Christian that lead this being diminished, and it's all the way down to two points here now on this when you said you told me, Hey, maybe it's a little bit of danger. Time for sacred heart. Their offenses came alive The last couple of minutes with eight a half remaining for Christians. Leaders whittled down to 2.35 33 Hakkari up to the top tofu. Bob Haldeman left hand side kicking it over to Candace Candace. Back up the top two Opry. Mockery just wrote moving around the perimeter. Try to find an opening tall for bomb. Thought she wanted to free decided she didn't look too. Dr. Left hand side and I believe that follows him to be on my dash. Miss Fine. Ash was just not going to give up the territory and that is going to.
Fresh update on "candace" discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"If you haven't had a chance to check out chaos, suppose newest host Dan Bongino, yet there's a bit of what you're missing a hike in the minimum wage harm the American economy. There's no serious question about that. I want to be crystal clear. The body of economic research on minimum wage is substantial, demanding small businesses double their biggest expense. Human resource is from $7 to $15 in many cases will not harm that business is pure mathematical idiocy. Bongino 11 to midnight on 5 60 KSFO. 5 16 several That's going to wrap things up for today. Busy Hannity tonight. Hope you'll set your DVR nine Eastern Fox News for Hannity News You won't get from the media Mob Don Jr Mark Meadows, Candace Owens. Tommy Larrin, Dan Bongino and Dave Bossie and much more. Nine Eastern saying DVR Hannity Fox News News You won't get from the rest of the media. As always, Thank you for being with us. We'll see it tonight. Back here tomorrow. And have a great evening. I'm running a business HR issues can kill you wrongful termination suits, minimum wage requirements, labor regulations and HR Manager salaries are not too cheap. There. $70,000 a year I'm Alan Jones, founder and CEO of Bandy. I created Bambi specifically for small business..
Fresh update on "candace" discussed on Steve and Ted
"News Now look at the forecast with Candace says Staff meteorologist Dan Holiday. Good Morning, Dan. Good morning is the disturbance was moving in from the West that is spreading in some cloud cover here this morning or hide this afternoon 48 with a very light northeast wind. We'll see some breaks in the clouds Tonight are low 31. It'll be breezy on Friday with a high near 50 60 on Saturday afternoon on KNX asked me the urologist and a holiday. Now. Partly cloudy 28 degrees and east wind at three MPH that you can find Steven dead every morning Here on FM at 98 7 on.
interview With Candace Craw Goldman
"Candidate's welcome to macabre. Chagas will thank you so much fun. Thank you so much for having me. I'm looking forward to chatting with you this evening. Yeah i This is one that. I love as well because i have been i remember. I remember following your work when you first start creating. bq h. and i dislike i. You know i'm a researcher. So a researcher of consciousness. And i will try a lot. Different modalities to see if it matches up to my understanding of buddhism to see if peres for 'cause there's nothing new under the sun we just we discover it in different ways and i i get that and so. That's why the things that i bring to. The podcast at the followers of buddhism is that there's many ways to bake a cake and always are Can be delightful. And we're all going to you that make that beautiful cake at some point in our creation. So that i'm always curious and so i followed. Bq actions beginning but because it offered remote and it was competing with other modalities offered in person. It didn't get as much steam as it has. Says the pandemic for obvious reasons because we're all kind of stuck in our homes and not really in front or near each other as much as we were and so when that came through Then i was compelled to go okay. Let's try again and i did. The course i refresh my understanding of it and the minute. I opened my practice up for remotes. I had people from china from all over the world. Hit me going fine. You're doing so now they could try a whole nother modality and and now it is. It's finally gotten the opportunity to be recognized and exercise but a lot of people in this space to be just as valid as the other modalities and so it just needed an opportunity and ironically the pandemic gave it that beautiful platform and it proved to be true so before we dig into work. Please tell us how you got into this work. In the first place well they're here gail the origination story. So i wasn't planning on any of this really. I was a wife and a mother. I my focus was arts and horse an animals and I wasn't planning on getting into this work at all. But it's similar in my life. Probably around the year two thousand. But even before then i started to have a chronic pain condition and i did what most people i knew would do is head to the doctor. Ask questions when. I got a lot of shoulder. Shrugging am. I got a lot of pills handed to me. And none of them works. And i wasn't terminally ill or anything like that. I didn't have From the outside. Nobody could really tell that. I was suffering and because i did everything just about that i could possibly do. It was painful to to do it. And i had just different things going on with me And i was doing some professional taga fy with horses down in austin texas am i had arranged what was then going to be. My biggest photo shoot was doing an album cover for a country and western singer and it was his third album our second together and i just created this really huge photo. Shoot a really big one with lights in the set and it took six months of planning in the morning of the shoot. I couldn't get out of bed because of pain and a lot of people have different kinds of dark nights of the soul. And for me that kind of was because i had to pick the phone and call everybody and call off because I couldn't get out of bed and i. I really felt defeated by my own body at that time and I laid in bed. And i did something that i might not have ever done before. Kind of prayed almost into a stupor. I prayed myself into a stupor. I was just i kind of it. Didn't know what else to do. I didn't know what else to do. And i changed the way i was asking source. God you know. Rachel's whatever i. I changed the way i was asking so rather than please help mayor Helped us stop or you know those kinds of feelings and words. My focus was. I'm not sure what else i'm supposed to do. I've done everything that. I know how to do to take care of myself and i don't know what else to do. What am i. What am i supposed to do about this and as soon as change the answer to that question. I actually have a spontaneous supernatural experience. I left my body. And i found myself standing in a beautiful feel a version of which i lived by anyway in our ranch in texas small little ranch north of austin and i had these light beings stand up from a semicircle and the one in the center literally handed me a piece of paper new piece of paper at high took the piece of paper and i looked at it and i read Three things on this piece of paper number one number two number three and It can get really involved. But let's just say number. Three was have a paps life regression.
Report: Philadelphia Eagles are telling head coach candidates they want Carson Wentz back in 2021
"Eagles coaching search. Carson Wentz, how he relates that again for those who missed him. Might Gara follow with a report out today, saying that the Eagles are telling head coaching candidates people they're interviewing that they want to keep Carson ones they want to. Fixed Carson Wentz and that that is a big part of the coaching search. So how do you feel about that? Because Ellie now you're not to use like Are you surprised about it? That's the question. I think we've had so much talk of Will they attach themselves to Carson. Is this actually the route They're going to go? Some people have said Look, they're definitely not trading Carson. The money is too much. If they're telling head coaching, Candace, I think that one aspect you could look at it. Is this getting out because they want to make teams think they're not trading him. But presumably, I know I hate to play guess the source. But if Gary follow is saying they're telling candidates this It seems to be coming from the candidates or from someone who's interviewed, so they have no incentive to hype up the Carson Wentz trade. But you know, who knows? Maybe a candidate went thinking you'd have more of a say Heard that Carson was the guy and let people know like Whoa, They're really gonna do this. No, it Xan interesting situation, to say the least. And that when we saw it coming, I certainly I thought that after how it all went down, regardless what out with Doug? And of course, we all thought it was actually coming back when the season ended exchange quickly around here radio. But even in light of all that it just It felt like to me. There was just Too much too much baggage. It was too far gone the relationship that it would be better for everybody for Carson and physicals, toe move forward separately and change of scenery and all that type of stuff and Well, here's a question me that way. So obviously the Eagles have Carson under contract they control where he will play next year. But I've also said that and we see it no, of all the league's honestly if a player wants out, he finds his way out. I mean, it very rarely do teams make a player stay that does not want to be there, especially at such a critical position like quarterback. If the Eagles are committed to keeping Carson But Carson keeps up that he doesn't want to be here. Like what do they do? Do you forced Carson out? Do you keep him? I mean, I just It puts him in a tough situation because you know you don't your franchise guy to come in here, especially. He's already having locker room problems with the mindset of this guy got the coach. Fire doesn't want to be here and now he's leading the huddle like that's not an ideal situation to
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"As soon as morality is developed and understood you immediately move towards tribalism And and so that that is that is the great miracle that is the greek miracle was a part of the greek miracle judeo-christian values And and that's the thing that we have to be grateful for us. We know all of that. And get when. I'm walking down the street in washington. Dc here. i look up and it's let's go the opposite direction. It's my life's passion to speak to pastors to to reverse this. I go across the nation doing this. And what is it that i'm doing. I'm asking them to get back to really believe what the bible says and let it rip when i say. Let it rip. I mean go into the pulpit on fire having prayed and studied on. Don't get your sermon from some guy online Don't say lord bless my scrambled eggs and the message today. I'm talking about get your heart on fire. Know what you believe and preach it and teach it. Because it's true we're flawed. People were broken people. We need god's grace his forgiveness. We need the love of jesus. We need the cross and that empty tomb. Once that settled truth never changes. Truth is truth. And it's not that. I think ronald reagan that said he lovingly rebuked somebody who said we need god on our side and reagan turned and said we. Don't we need to get on god's side that's the side that we need to be on and so i just believe candace that it's not too late that if passed in a the starting this sunday began to preach and teach from the bible which i believe is always relevant. They're going to address issues. Even ovitz about the crossover. It's about martha pouring the weightman on jesus's feet. You can work that in to the fact that this is what's going on in our local schools and this is how that applies today. If we say that and i believe the holy spirit is saying that we could. We could see a change in our nation like this and it is called revival. It happened in the first awakening in america awakening. And look you and i- geographically are not. We're not far from the zoo street. Revival that broke out in california made history of the jesus movement. it started the hippies. You're way too young to know this but the hippies were stoned free sex everywhere haight ashbury was going on and they woke up to the fact that you know what we're killing ourselves and there were people just reading the bible publicly in huntington beach. Costa mesa and kids sat down and listened to the bible and there is a cultural change. That was forty years ago. We need to get back to that. Even if like americans are aware and know the history it right and you can get black conservatives who understand the history much more who understand the ills of the left and what the left has done but still in that regard they bring to the conservative side the same bad habits that i was hoping black conservatives would be abandoning and when i'm talking about number. One is conflict resolution. Black americans do not know how to resolve basic conflicts. Everything has to turn into a fight. I hate you forever. You ought to draw lines. It's like you're this gang that gang and you still see it happening in politics. The hater mentality is is big everywhere. I guess because we come from the hater culture like you said conflict resolution right me personally. I had a guy that shot at me five times in broad daylight ammo school in queens and that same guy he ended up getting arrested. Did five years that same guy. I seen a five years later. Jamaica avenue queens. I guess he's like he got he. Basically like act was if he saw a ghost so i guess he thought it was over for him. I said brother look you did five years wrote like if you're not over it at this time then i would know what to say. I'm over. I don't you didn't kill me. You didn't kill. Nobody had no at edited. They were both alive. The best thing we can do is just leave it alone. Do you know that same person used to kinda my studio that i built up in my in my in my community for people to come in and you know have free studio time. I talked to him engineering. How to be able to record themselves. They wouldn't need anybody and he's like my brother now like literally like my brother like if i call them and i say i have some drama. He's gonna come in handle anybody but mom. Even though i never tried to entertain but the whole point is we can solve issues. The mafia they could the guy could have killed his bravo two weeks ago but because of the bigger picture they will come together. Table actually have a conversation to make sure nobody dies and i think a lot of times we get so caught up with our emotions that we don't look at the bigger picture at the end of the day if i hurt him. There's somebody that loves him to not gonna come out in. The cycles is going to keep going. Who who's gonna end that cycle. We have to have one person in their monitor. You know what. I ain't gonna continue to cycle and because there is this ignorance. I think scott adams actually 'cause this like the non expert problem when you're not an expert so you don't have the information to be able to accurately assess what's happening and this is exactly what they're doing the jeffrey epstein we are like well something's happening has been arrested. But you're saying that you look to this your lawyer. You read these documents and you're going actually. We're just going to say you know you can't. There's a girl you gave him a. She's fifteen years old and you got a massage and that's poo poo on you right. I mean that is ridiculous right and they know the media is going to cover it up too so nobody in the media was put the heat on like this is nothing literally. read this. And you're like this is maybe five years prison maybe five years. And that's the. That's why the idea that jeffrey abstained. Who anybody who's met him has told you he's not really human and the sense of he's just a cold blooded sociopath right so you and i like right now. If somebody kicked in the door and pointed a gun at us we'd be like ho. We'd be a little startled. A true sociopath without st doesn't have a fear response. So that's why. When i said every image he sort of looks like he was confident and calm and i was like what is this. Right is physiological. He the sociopath of that nature doesn't have the fear response that other people have their literally wired differently so the idea that up steam sitting in his cell on so afraid. What's going to happen. He's sitting in the south thinking. I five hundred million dollars. Which by the way. We don't know where that came from. I five hundred dollars compromising material and everybody including bill clinton and gosh knows who else. Oh yeah i'm going to kill myself. Yeah we you know. Go back to what you just said. Because that's actually very interesting. Jeffrey epstein epstein had five hundred million dollars and we don't know what a source of income was no. We don't know who is private broker was. We don't know who any of his people who did the trades where we don't know who worked for him his hedge fund. It was very much like bernie. Madoff bernie madoff for years. Was this great traitor and anybody who look into it. Go on here. It goes back to again if i came in here. I said i don't use a microphone for podcast. You would just say like okay. You're not there's something wrong with you right. So if you're if you're managing five million dollars you're going to have a research analyst. You'd have multiple analysts and they're gonna do an investment advice but you're going to have a whole floor of traders. You're going to have what's called the prime broker who gets your money and you're gonna have a market maker who sets up the trades and you're going to have just a bloomberg terminal your have all these things matt often have.
Crowds Head Up To Mount Baldy To Enjoy Fresh Snow, Holiday Weekend, Los Angeles
"People across southern California flocking to Mount Baldy, which has received a fresh blanket of snow. Despite the pandemic, Betty, You're still trying to find a way to get some fresh air and enjoy the new year, Cbscsi Candace Crone spoke to some tourists who traveled into the mountains to celebrate the holiday weekend. Fresh dusting of white powder has people flocking to the popular tourist site. Remarkable went to Wonderland experience. So you know nice to be there, you know, have a coffee and chocolate and hamburgers. So we really love the lodge. The man Politi Lodge is probably one of my most favorite places that I've been going ever since I was young. My body Lodges open requires all visitors to wear masks. Employees also encourage visitors to gather only with those in their travel group. They're still taking cabin reservations by the way, Fourth weather season
Los Angeles Crowds Head Up To Mount Baldy To Enjoy Fresh Snow, Holiday Weekend
"Many are still trying to find a way to get some fresh air and enjoy the new year. CBS two's Candace Crone spoke to some tourists who traveled into the mountains to celebrate the holiday weekend of fresh dusting of white powder has people flocking to the popular tourist site. Remarkable winter wonderland experience. So you know nice to be there, you know, have a coffee, a truck lit and hamburgers, So we really love the lodge. The man Paul, The lodge is probably one of my most favorite places that I've been going ever since. I was young. My body lodges openly requires all visitors to wear masks. Employees are also encouraged visitors to gather only with those in their travel group. They're still taking Kevin reservations for the winter season. Los Angeles has 50 parks, all them patrolled by Park Rangers, and they have peace officer powers, but currently they
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"It's just sad that like this is supposed to be a liberal arts. Education is supposed to be the place where you're supposed to flourish in terms of what you're learning and at the end of my freshman year i was fired. Had a death threat freshman. I was a freshman. I was a freshman. This was this was like. I'm now going to be a junior but i i was a freshman at the time ed like like it just like it was crazy. I sometimes in speeches about it because it's like a happened. I mean i personally hope you sue and my my reasons. I genuinely believe that we're arriving suddenly Into a place where conservatives have to become religious and the reason for that is because look at. What's happening i mean. We are seeing that. We have not seen this stuff. Since the civil rights era in terms of black fighting for their rights. We are now seeing. It happened again for conservatives. I mean you're not allowed to speak not allowed to read books. You're not allowed to have a club you have to hide yourself. Hide your friends I've had so many celebrities. Aaron hollywood That message me and say they can't say that they're conservative or risk losing their jobs on the basis of their idea. This is this is discrimination and discrimination that we never thought was possible. Political discrimination on the basis of you being a conservative. You being a college republican. They think that's discrimination. Is okay and you know. You see this sort of tacit except acceptance about it from the administration and i don't think we win unless we demand that there are some protections forced At the schools on on a federal level there should be protections in place for conservatives. You should be allowed to be a conservative campus. And i think that's a great point in one of the things that i've been trying to do and i tried to do it so much last year and continuing in is that we. I'm trying to get a free speech. Bill passing connecticut originally was a public. But i think we can try to expand it to private schools. Because here's the situation when you're dealing with the federal government you have federal laws right in this case. Let's take the bill of rights and that companies not following them. What does the government do. They go in and they try to fix the situation. How can that not apply to colleges. When colleges are private colleges are are not following not abiding by the freedom of speech in the first amendment. What what are we left were kind of left with a constitutional crisis or an outright And i think that like is only happen soon. Like more more of these things are going to happen. The colleges trinity was a pretty mainstream conservative college for a long time. And now look at it. Like it's it's it's turned into something. I mean you i. I wouldn't think that if you look at trinity now you would have no idea that like jesse waters. Charleston went there. I know. I know it is so sad. I mean but there are a lot of strong conservatives that have come out of connecticut. I'm one of your one. I was glad to speak at the university as crazy as it was. And i think it went. Well better for you. I'm pretty well. They were surprised One or two crazies in the crowd. When i do. I do want to say that this is such an important story. Because it's not. You're not the only person that goes through this. This happens all over the nation. And i wanted to bring this episode to my audience Because i just want parents to really be engaged in what's going on. I personally don't think that i would send my kid to school to university until it gets fixed. I don't believe. I don't believe that we should be funding paying for our kids to be discriminated against And i i think that unless your kid wants to become a doctor why send them. It's expensive and they're not learning anything anymore. Keep him at home. Rejoin lock So we wrap up every episode by allowing you to sort of two minute message for the world war. I would love for you to direct one two parents who are grappling with these questions. So if you're going to look directly at the camera and parents of the world are eight right on. Your market sets two minutes on the clock world. I give you nick instruments. Alright to my parents. First thing i bet you are all grappling with so much anxiety right now between your kids not being able to either graduate from high school or college with with the covid. Nineteen pandemic wrapping up. And with now. The the idea of you going to school that your child's never going to be harassed and assaulted because they have a different viewpoint against the administration. I tell you this. I think that look into your school figure out what's going on but i think to a broader point of candace brought up and i think what we talked about here is that larger change needs to happen. You guys have control. You have the money you're paying the bill. You can demand action that schools take these. Schools are can be held accountable and held the kind of view And i think that's an important message. Is that you. We don't like to talk about this anymore. Parents really do control the narrative. You guys get to choose how to raise your kids how they act in public in basically produce good citizenship within them. That should be able to continue at college and it does. If you're paying the bill you have power. And i think you should use power. I think you should. If you think that any of this maybe happened at the school that your son or daughter is at or might be attending talk to administration. Call them out. Constantly being formed parents unions. Just make it so that it's easier for other kids because this is my story but there's millions of other like me at every college facing the same struggle in the same things in there some kids. That don't usually recover from it as well. I mean it was pretty intense bullying so my advice to you is really control. The narrative work hard and You have the.
Philadelphia nonprofit bails out more than two dozen city prisoners amid COVID-19 outbreak
"Dozens of individuals incarcerated and followed up his jails set free over the weekend. Thanks to a local bail fund people to be Community Affairs reporter Cherry Great joins us now and cherry. The group spent millions bailing out people during the pandemic. Yes, the Philadelphia Community Bail Fund got an outpouring of support during the racial unrest in the aftermath of the George Floyd killing. In fact, they raked in $2.5 million. His Candace McKinley, lead organizer for the group that most of that The only people out, especially people had high bales. We had serious health conditions since March, they bailed out about 360 people with bales up to $250,000. They spent about $230,000 just this weekend to bail out 29 women and non gender conforming individuals. Killing says they're raising money for a math, youth bail out. All of this is being done in response to the rising number of cases of covert 19 and Phillies jails, which reported 184 Active virus cases over the weekend. The Philadelphia prisons departments currently under a shelter in place order,
Noah Cyrus Apologizes for Using Racially Offensive Term While Defending Harry Styles Against Candace Owens
"Thousand volt would address on it conservative. Firebrand candace owens who is black contrary to popular belief. She's black that made her tweet out. There is no society that can survive without strong in the east knows this in the west steady feminization of our men at the same time. That marxism is being taught. Our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men. Of course that made social media go crazy because not too. Many people starve to catch fish. Like candace owens okay. She really owns your soul. Because you all can't help but respond to her. Have you heard the saying he who angles you control you. Well turn that into a she and esau candidates she who angers you control you and she absolutely controls you all because she makes you also angry that you have to say something to her. She can get a rise out of any and everybody. It is truly a gif okay. She proved that yet again. Because harry styles responded to her posting pick of himself in a powder blue suit eaten a banana with the caption bring back manly men and is replied when people try to tell me. I don't have influence then. Harry styles dedicates an entire post in my tweet. She's right and that leads to noah cyrus on her i g story. Wednesday noah shared a photo of harry's thousand address with the caption. He wears this dress better than any of you. Nappy assholes now. I'm not the highest grade in dispensary okay. I'll tell you. I tell you this all the time but i thought it was universally known in acknowledged that a white person calling a black person. Nappi was a no go okay. The last time. I heard a white person put nappy in holes in the same sentence publicly with don imus referred to the mostly black rutgers university email basketball team backing like oh six. Oh seven As nappy head. Nappy headed and he got his ass. Handed him over that. Okay recipes. Don imus i think he's dead. I know is only twenty. But i find it hard to believe. She didn't know what she was saying. Okay she apologized and said. I am mortified that i use the term without knowing the context and history but i know now am horrified and truly sorry i would never use it again. Thank you for educating educating me. I in no way meant to offend anyone. I am sorry. Now here's the thing we all say things we regret. We all go too far at times. Trust me i notice is charlemagne to god talking. Okay leonard you know. I've said some wild insensitive inappropriate stuff in my day. Yes when you heard someone and i wasn't giant tension. You apologize if you didn't know that what you were saying was offensive and insensitive. You apologize but the question. I have for young. No aspires is if he didn't mean for it to be offensive. In what did you intend for it to. Okay it's hard for me to believe that you didn't know the context in history of that word. Clearly you knew it was an insult. Nappy assholes is very specific so specific that. I can't even remember the last time i used it. Nappy is not in my vocabulary. Okay maybe because i'm ball headed i don't know but i don't use that word last time. I use it out. Probably quoting stretched from naughty by nature. When i was watching them the uptown anthem video in the god said the naughty nappy. Nasty nasty trashy whole happy pappy. That's happy to be nappy happy. Belated by the way to try to turn fifty tomorrow. The story is nappy as unique. Were okay when you pull it out without. Asked the us against the black towards him in that way is kinda hard to say. You didn't know what the hell you was talking about. But i digress. Not judging you not trying to beat up on you just trying to keep you and other white folks for making this mistake see. You can't say racially insensitive things. The black folks even if said black person is someone. A particular group of black people doesn't like and black people. You may not like candace owens but she still black whether you think she realizes it so. Don't let this fly just because you don't like candace. Owens is not okay for a white person to be referring to a black woman as one nappy into a ho. please give noah styles. The biggest yaw
CDC predicts U.S. coronavirus death toll could reach 321,000 by mid-December
"Surgeon Covert 19 cases. ABC is Victor. Oh, Candace has health systems are straining right now, and more deaths are expected with cases and hospitalizations on the rise. And the imminent surge from holiday travel on the horizon. A new staggering projection from the CDC. The U. S death toll could top 321,000 over the next three weeks. President Trump touting work towards a vaccine, told reporters Thursday he will leave the White House of the
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"I gave you ms katie hopkins. I think one of the things. That's really important right now. Is the sense that people have never felt so lonely. People have never felt so on. You know on their own. You've been uninvited from things you have family members not speaking to. You ought to find another synagogue perhaps Some of your own family at no longer wanting you to come to events And i'm here to tell you that none of that's true. I'm here to tell you that you're not on your own. You aren't couldn't be less lonely because we are many and we are strong in number and when we stand together and we raw our voice is really are heard. And i can say this to you. Personally if you're an american is the reason. I'm here in your country and i broke into this country it because i need you because we are looking to you for hope we need you to stand up for all that is bright and you are fighting for the light and europe looks to you for hope and together we will make a last stand for all that is right and my final play. They said if you don't do that if you don't stand a fight i will come and find you and i have a special set of skills and i will take you down and that is my promised to you. Do you know how much my husband's going to love. that ending. heats is one of his favourite. It's like one of his favorite movie. I have a special set of skill to have a special. Thank you guys for watching the latest episode of the candace owens show. I hope you guys enjoyed the conversation as much as i did. As many of you guys already know prager you is a five. Oh one c three nonprofit organization which means we need your help to keep all of our content free to the public. Please consider making a tax deductible donation. Today i would really appreciate your support..
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"Which will be good. It was like chiapas chiapas. Galvin's you've been trying to get you for you know we have we've not. We're not often the same but we got you here now. So okay we're ready. Are we spending that okay. Ladies and gentlemen. We are rolling into another episode of the candace owens show and i am so excited about the guests that i have in today. i i saw this person speaking in palm beach florida and to this day i say that the speech that was giving remains the most impactful speech in my political career in terms of inspiring me. to really get concerned about american politics and the direction which the american discourse is treading and ironically. This person is not american to make me feel so patriotic. Katie hopkins also known as the biggest bitch and brin quite reuss quite. Give him the. I'm actually kind of small quite small and so this kind of reputation for being a monster and so when people meet me. They're always kind of disappointed by tiny i am. That's really funny. Because when i met you. I met you and i was small. I was small fish in a big pond. You're much much bigger than me. And i always actually judge people by how they treated me then Because some people were incredibly rude and dismissive and other people were so friendly. And you were the nicest person in the entire world. Oh you were you were. You are supposed to be doing this for me and you actually gave just an incredible speech. That really moved me At this time brexit had not had not yet taken place and you talked about sort of just the deterioration of your country over time. You served your country. i won't talk about. I want to start there and talk about why you were on american soil. You know trying to get americans to realize how important this fight was offer the values of their country. So it's been quite a bit of time. I guess on the road us back warning americans to not become like britain. Do not fall as we have fallen. I was we were. Britain is a long way down a dark road. That i didn't want american come anywhere near and so i guess when you and i probably. I made contact. It was way back. Then when i started warning. People don't become like britain and and the kind of strangeness of that message is that i may massive patriot. I went to university and i was sponsored by the intelligence corps at my father. Says i must have got someone else's offer. Because i couldn't go on my own and then i went through the royal military academy sandhurst To become an officer in the british army and was given a thirty five year. Regular commission in the intelligence corps said that was. The plan was thirty. five years. Intelligence corps serve my country. So i love my country but to get to a point them when you go into america to warn people not to become like my country is a kind of a journey and for various reasons. Eventually i had to leave the army. Because i was also epileptic. I think i might be one of the first epileptics to make it through the royal military academy and i've realized in my infinite wisdom as i've got older more degenerate and mortar mortar. That actually an epileptic with a semiautomatic weapon might not have been my finest idea in the history of mankind. So i had to leave the military which i think is my calling and hence began fighting in a different way so that fight was then in the media. I became somewhat known because i had worked for five years in manhattan. I lived in the east village on madison avenue. I saw a really brilliant program over here. Could the apprentice donald trump. And so when i went back to the uk. I thought. Well i'll go on that show. And so i went on the british apprentice. I got to the end and then fired. are equivalent of donald trump little lord. Sugar short man never never worked for short persons one of my rules so i fired the guy that ran the apprentice and then i became known so i started fighting back for my country in the media. And that's i guess when our party eventually cross right so what were you seeing happened. Happening in in the uk in in britain. That made you go something. I feel like i'm losing my country. What was it to start with. It was very on the outside of stuff you know. I had an opinion on many things. And i think unlike other people who want to be liked. That's never really been an ambition of mind. We share that lack of ambition in that category. I was brought up by mountains. I didn't mean. I was in like some weird foster home brought up just by people who believed heavily in god but i went to a catholic school and was taught by nuns and one of those nuns told me way about when one thing. You don't want to be as nice. Never use the word nice and you don't want to be nice and i took system bead at her word and so through my early life. I always just said what i thought. I won't ever employ a fat person. I believe majority of people lazy no snap. People were caught enough. What they want. Most people are spineless. Fools from top things You know. I had an opinion on pretty much everything parent and child parking. I mean really. Most mothers are incredibly overweight. They need to walk a bit. Don't make put them nearer to the supermarket front door. I mean you know obvious. Things people on planes fat people. They should be paying for themselves to pay for my luggage. Check your own bingo wings. I don't want to pay for those. Those were the sorts of opinions. I started with and from there. I became known as that woman that would say stuff to people's faces like on a good morning breakfast so for next to a fat lady. Saying well i went employees. You because you'll fat if we look lazy and that's not a look. I wanted my business known as that. But as i learned more spent more time with people people started coming to meet about their stories. About truce of my country changed and things became much more political much more serious. I'm much more concerning in the realization. That the list of things that you could say with getting smaller and smaller though those an entire realm of things you weren't even allowed to touch on because it was unspoken an unsaid under actually the ability of islam and a muslim network to infiltrate all of the scaffolding. You know if you imagine the structure of society a scaffolding all that scaffolding to be taken over and in the hands of islam when you start to see that happening. That's when i got very concerned and that's why started speaking out like not becoming like us you know we in the uk have a muslim police force. We have muslim housing associations every marrow position but to in the uk held by muslims. Muslims have infiltrated every level of society in the u. k. And by twenty thirty muslim births outnumbers to all others and by twenty four thirty am. I'm a minority my own country and that's not a bad thing necessarily but of course when diverse t- means no white people are tool or no people of any other faith at all. Where is the diversity. There is no diversity and it's interesting because we have a similar thing going on here where i mean while it's not i wouldn't say a muslim infiltration. We do have a leftist indoctrinated infiltration at every single level and the same thing happened suddenly. You can't start critiquing certain things and they start saying this is not. This is not correct not politically correct enough. And you kind of earned these titles. I always say i. It's like pokemon gotta catch them all. I've been called racist sexist a bigot a nazi sympathizer preview of apparently. I'm the have me out there..
Election court Philadelphia: Trump wants more access for poll watchers
"Election Court continues in Philadelphia in center city of the Criminal Justice Center with the Trump campaign out with emotion, which they say poll watchers cannot meaningful E watch canvass activity. At the Pennsylvania Convention Center. That is where the mail in ballots from Philadelphia are being counted tonight. Let's go live to our crime and justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen. Break this down force, Kristen Yes. So in this was really court was about to close right at 10 o'clock, and the Trump campaign had about six motions they filed, three of which were dismissed and then three were tour denied. One of those, which was dismissed was then kind of you could say revived just about 9 45 when the Trump campaign says that one of their poll watcher says that he really can't see any of the activity going on inside of The convention center, the law they kind of laid out the law here and whether or not you know the word, meaningful access versus access of in a room And they want this judge too kind of girl down exactly what the details are of what A poll watcher can watch because there is some secrecy, of course, with scanning and ballots and what they do specifically with ballots. I should mention Also, the convention center does have a live access feed from one of those rooms. For how they actually Candace those ballots. Eso, one of the poll workers is actually testifying from inside the convention center via Zoom to the judge right now about what exactly he sees, he says at some points. He's 15 to 18 ft, away from what he can see on board of Elections for the city says that they have had to access all day. They're bringing up in the 18th hour and also that the law doesn't specifically say TMI. Full access. But instead states access to what? They're referring to E. And so I'm going to jump back inside and listen to the rest of the testimony. Kristen,
Historic numbers of women of color are nominees for the House and Senate in the 2020 elections
"Historic historic number number of of women women of of color color our our nominees nominees for for the the House House and and Senate Senate this this November. November. Most Most of of those those candidates candidates are are Democrats, Democrats, approximately approximately half a black more than a quarter or Latino chicks. CBS's Nicole Killian reports. Pat Timmons. Goodson is back on the trail. Thank you with how did it feel? It felt like home. We caught up with the congressional candidate as she resumed in person campaigning at this drive in church service, Yo, let's pray with our feet and go out here and vote. Her latest stop crisscrossing North Carolina's eighth District, one of the most competitive in the country. What do you see as the key issues in this race right now? Else care, health care healthcare. She got into the race after serving as the first black woman on the state Supreme Court hoping to make history again. You are one of a record number of women of color running. What does that mean to you? I'm proud. I am excited. I'm hopeful. I'm prayerful at this time in our nation's history, women off color are offering themselves a record 117 women of color our nominees for the House and Senate this cycle 84 Democrats and 33 Republicans. Approximately half our African American and more than a quarter Hispanic. I'm running for Congress because many people in our representative offices aren't representing us. Candace Valenzuela would be the first Afro Latina in the House of Representatives if she flips her Texas seat. This is a very powerful thing for me, but it's also very disappointing. We've had so many first over the last couple of years that that should have been first. A long time ago. I will be the first Korean American Republican to serve in the United States. Congress Young Kim is in a rematch in Southern California, where immigration has been a focal point of her campaign. I'm an immigrant. And I'm a mother of four and I'm a small business and woman. I want my story to be an inspiration for the next generation and for Congress quickly becoming more diverse, looking at the possibility that we're going to increase that diversity. Makes me even more optimistic and hopeful for for this country, the current Congress is the most racially and ethnically diverse in history. But much of that is in the house over in the Senate on Ly five women of color have ever served in that chamber, including Senator Kamala Harris. So she and the former vice president win next week. It would certainly be historic but also mean a potential loss for her seat here on the hill. Right now, there are only two women of color, who are Nominees for the Senate. This cycle. CBS's Nicole Killian reporting
New Migrant Caravan From Honduras Heads Toward U.S. Border
"The security forces to the country's southern border with Guatemala to block a migrant caravan from crossing as it heads north towards the US frontier, Candace Piot reports. Central American caravan season has begun despite the current virus pandemic as hundreds of migrants surged across the Guatemalan border on Thursday, if you were wearing masks Officials threatened him with deportation and detention for breaking the rules, Someone reported have turned back and gone home, saying it was too difficult to travel during the pandemic. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he believed the migration was related to the U. S elections was a provocation to the Trump administration, which has recently toughened its rules on the number of refugees. The U. S will take world news from the BBC.
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"Earn their success right same thing for females, the idea that females would be discriminate against give me a break whether it's female privilege or black privilege right? We live in a quota is world right and you know I will wrap. By saying that I believe that you know there's a lot of things needed to take place for us to sort of move toward a solution but I think part of it is why people like you finding a voice and just being willing to say and I get so many emails. So what can I do as a white person stop seeing yourself as white person it's the truth we know you're caller doesn't matter, and if you're fearful because terrible things like what we saw in that video happen, you're fearful that you're you're. Going to be chased down or somebody's GonNa say something to you will realize that capturing up wakes people up. It's how black people WANNA civil rights movement, right showing the horrible images of how just exactly how racist society was you know the images of them, spraying them down with hoses that is what woke up to just how racists and backward society was that is going to be the same images, take your cameras out film. These people being radical coming up to a restaurant and screaming and chatter you Dow make the world question. Whether or not this is a movement of peace or this is a movement of hate and I believe it is a lot of black lives matter in my opinion is a hate group So this has been phenomenal. So grateful that you came on today we wrap every episode by allowing you to leave a face message for the world So from from your mouth to everybody's ears because every single person in the entire world washes the Kennison Owen show, of course, true. Of course that is about as true as police brutality. And you just GonNa look at this camera and you're just GonNa sort of just say what's on your heart and what's on your mind about everything that's going on in two minutes right now. Okay. On your mark get set world I. Give You Heather McDonald will thank you. It's been an honor to be with us today and I would just say America has to return to a situation of law and order get out and vote. Believe in civilization, do not be guilty be grateful for the privileges that you have in coming from a a civilization has bequeathed upon you prosperity freedom and and and the possibility of living up to your greatest potential do not accept the justification for riots live by ideals that everybody can live by and realize your own potential to the greatest and read great books. Rita's much great literature listen to as much great music as you can. Lift yourself up by beauty and subliminal because there's a lot of it out there. And I will wrap by saying parent those toddlers. Thank you guys so much that's a wrap. Thank you guys for watching the latest episode of candace Owen Show I. Hope you guys enjoyed the conversation as much as I did as many of you guys already know prager you is a five one C, three nonprofit organization, which means we need your help to keep all of our content free to the public. Please consider making a tax deductible donation today I would really appreciate your support..
Cardi B SLAMS Candace Owens After She Calls Her an 'Illiterate Rapper'
"It's blowing up right now. So this is candace owens versus Cardi B. and not just doing this to be silly I. Did they actually got into something kinda substantive here it started when. Canvas was on Ben Shapiro's Sunday special. Let's take look the clip. I completely agree with your assessment about Cardi B. It is one of the biggest insult if Black Americans are not insulted by the fact that Joe Biden who has been hiding in his basement you know for the entire year maiden appear to come up because he was going to do an interview with Cardi B.. We we have nothing better to offer. I. Mean this be tend to. Donald Trump saying I'm going to give no. Interviews, but he came up and he decided to give an interview to Justin Bieber right I mean I wish I actually just be I'm sorry. I know you are a Christian Man I. Don't want to put you in the same boat as Cardi B. but it it would be absurd white America would go what what is this why? Why are you being interviewed by Justin Bieber and it's because you're pandering right? You're pandering you look at Cardi's instagram easy. She has millions of followers and you think. Okay. This is an illiterate person, and if I if I appeal to this a person and she does a group like she literally did in the middle of this interview, they think she's cool. She's hip just by sitting here and and taking this interview walking will vote for me. It's basically saying black people you are stupid. You are dumb and you're so foolish I mean do you think what if she just said in the middle of the interview Joe Biden? Can you name one Cardi B. Album? Not Jimmy favor just one Cardi B. Lyric. He couldn't do it. Of course he's not because he's being handled and they're saying black people like this person this is what they're into, and so here you go talk to her. Okay. So Cardi, b. e. then heard what candy said and she hit back she did a couple of videos I think four videos on instagram shows on camera, but you could hear her talking in the exact quote that she said she's talking about. Canvas she says, she has an identity crisis just because she is black doesn't mean she gives a F- about blacks and you can hear also saying the candidates owns husband George. as part of a group that she like into an upper-class kkk of the UK now first off. I was at Atkinson in Georgia's wedding George a great guy they are a fantastic couple. The wedding was one of the most spectacular weddings I've ever been to and it was just filled. With love and there were black people and white people and there were straight people and gay people and there were Republicans and Democrats, it was it was a truly just a just an absolutely wonderful wedding with with a meeting of Families George comes from an upper class family in the UK. Candice comes from Philly from mostly lower middle class family and that everybody was just dancing and having a great time. So this nonsense from Cardi, B. But anyway, that's what her. Take on what candy said was, and then you know candidates. So she's not just going to sit there and take it. So campus followed up with a couple tweets and I'm going to read to you she said Malcolm X. warned us years ago about the puppetry of interviews like Cardi B. and Joe Biden, he always spoke out against the White Liberal game of using entertainers pawns. This isn't really about you Cardi B. This is about black America Waking Up to Democrat racism. She went on and another tweet to say never listened to a person that has private security but once the public police defended never listened to a millionaire that made it here in America but trashes our country. These Hollywood idols are frauds leading sheep down paths they never took when they discovered success. So so candidates makes what I think are pretty cogent salient points and Cardi B. Then jumps back in. Cardi visas well, paying taxes is something that as much as I hate, it's a reality I will always have to pay but I rather might tax money go to free education than police funding use my money on something useful your president us our tax money to fund is empty camp in ruts. So trump uses his campaign a. Uses the tax money to fund his campaign is that is that right? Well, can't jump back in and said one your tax dollars or ready to go already go to free education. Jesus. That is true to know campaign uses tax dollars for funding. That is illegal that is also true and three defunding police initiatives has led to two hundred percent increases in black men getting shot in inner cities stop supporting black people dying.
Interview With Candace Queen
"I'm talking with candace Queen, a multidisciplinary designer and the creator of Tabernacle Studio in Beaumont Texas. Let's start the show. Right. So tell us who you are what you do. Hi, my name's candace Queen and I'm a multidisciplinary visual creative, Amran, a creative studio in Beaumont Texas called. Tabernacle. And I've worked to use design and creativity to build equity and black communities in under service communities as well. Now, one thing I've been asking everyone over the past few months as I've been recording the show is. How are you holding up during this pandemic? I'm actually really thriving initially, I would say, I was very afraid, just personal level. I have several health issues and so knowing how all the different things that were coming about with Covid, and then of course, on the business side, I, initially focused on events when I started my studio and so having all the Vance Gate canceled. It really just put me in a a minor state of panic state of panic. Myself, and once I got over that Hump in really started like absorbing all itchy last conversations with influencers in an people, I really respected and admired. It really served as a source of motivation, and then going from there started to strategize how would I come out on the other side of this a whole lot stronger in. So I'm really comfortable and proud of the pivot that I'm making right now. I'm really thankful for the extra time. I've been able to spend with my family whether. You know zoom cost because right now, the only person could actually see me a person as my sister. It's taken a turn that I didn't know unneeded. It's. Helped me in a long run? That's really good. That's good to hear that you've been kind of thriving during the time I know that I think a lot of people were really kind of panicked at first because we didn't know. How? Serious this was going to be you know things were getting locked down and different states have different levels of kind of government, some sort of government. Mandate about whether. You should stay shelter in place or anything like that. But I can see especially like for entrepreneurs, and like you said, you were initially focusing on events like kind of that. The best time of the events during a time where we're not supposed to be getting together. So it's good that you are able to make that pivot. Yeah. In Texas. So it is definitely a challenge because we tended, we tend to be the more lax in terms of addressing everything in neuro. It's starting to catch up with US holistically, but thankfully. Hermit creative lands alive is virtual. So that's been a big help and I'm also thankful that actually made a move to a small town before all this happened because it's actually made it a bit easier to navigate to think in Chicago before I. Think I've been stuck in Chicago Far Away from my family by myself, it would have been a whole nother story. Yeah I'm in Georgia right now, and certainly I, know about the lax treatment I, think we had maybe about maybe three three and a half weeks of shelter in place in like now, they've lay reopened things at the end of April and now, of course, cases of already kind of steadily been going up but. Yeah I. Know What you mean with that. What made you decide to strike out on your own and start Tabernacle. So, when I initially came to the AD industry wasn't magma plan, it wasn't. You know something strategically it out to do I became interested in designing and just exploring creativity like way back in my space aids and I grew up in oil and gas town. So that was the expectation was egos engineering medicine legal or maybe a teacher, but never you know was encouraged to pursue anything creative indefinitely, not advertising. I also grew up in a very conservative tenneco hostile household. So we actually didn't have a TV. See commercials unless I was like at a family member's house celebrity didn't know anything about advertising. But once I got to college I realize medical elective in advertising and I realized I really want to pursue that and as I begin studied I, didn't see many black people and our curriculums, and so I started to research a lot Abou-. You know historical black figures advertising one person who really inspired. Inspired, me was Carolyn Jones and she started several agencies on her own in from there Mago became GonNa, get an advertising, get jobs agency, learn the ropes, and then create my own,
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"In this way. I have a right to do it why? Because, I never seated that right to the government in the first place I never gave it up. This was a limited social contact to do. Certain things receive certain protections in return, and by the way with all this defunding police nonsense, the truth of it is truly defend the police. The social contract is ended because even for Hobbes who favored a strong state. Hobbs basically said the reason we get into a state, the reason that we we give to the government. This power is because the government promises to protect us. That is its first duty before. Before it does anything else and if it ever stops doing that, all bets are off. We owe the government no allegiance. We owe the government, no taxes. We are no long. We are basically back in the state of nature as Hobbes, put it and were fend for ourselves. If the government can't protect us, it's no good way and Democrats remarkably have raised at least in theory this idea we want a government that will not protect. It's own citizens. In the same regard, they want government. That's also going to pay for citizens to not working to do nothing, so it's it's tremendous. They want to grow government, but they WANNA. Make sure that you don't have these institutions that's going to protect the citizens. It's also confusing and you have to ask the question. What is the left after? What are they after you know you've got on the one hand? They say they spent years. We need to make sure that nobody in America has gone we. We wanted unarmed the citizens. because. If you're an emergency, you can call nine one one now suddenly arrived at. We want to defend the police by the way they're carrying. Signs were eyelid that say abolish the police right? So which is you know, do you? Do you want us to be able to call? There's an emergency or do you want abolish the police? Why does it seem like we're going all over the place and there's really no structure in terms of what they're actually after. So I, I like to take a stab at saying what they want what I think they're going for. A lot of conservatives said over the years that socialism will never work because it's against. Human Nature. But I think that the new socialism that they're pushing now is not against human nature. It actually appeals to a very low unappealing side of human nature, so under on virus. For example, a lot of people have been sitting on the couch. And the left is saying to those people hey! Nice I mean. Do you really want to have to start dressing up again? Shaving and going into work and punching a clock and listening to your boss Rave on, and on wouldn't be cool if we gave you thousand dollars a month, and you just hang out on your couch perpetually. There's a little part of everybody that goes Why not you know really? Now the leading socialists, the people who are pushing the system are extremely cunning and ambitious. They are not sitting on their couch. In fact, they are indefatigable energy. The problem is that they don't have any of the skills that are good and entrepreneurial society. Take people like Bernie Sanders Obama Hillary. It's not that they are Unindo straps. It's just that if you ask them to make an IPHONE, they would know how to do it. If you ask them to figure out Amazon prime, they would be clueless. They're useless figures in an entrepreneurial society, but they recognize it in a socialist society. They would be the ones in charge. They'd be driving the carriage so when Elizabeth Warren says something like I to turn over healthcare to the people. That's Democratic Socialism. The people will be in charge of healthcare I say to myself well. I'm part of the people what say do I have in any public institution the post office. Do I have any say in the way? The post office was Ronald. No, do you have any say in the way? The DMV operates no to as the ordinary British guy have any say in the way. The British National Health Service works no, so when they say the people who do they mean they mean Elizabeth Warren She's going to run the health. She's going to tell you. Sorry, candace. You have this condition, but you're GonNa have to just wait. So. Ultimately, they've realized that socialism can work for them, not just in power, but also in money I mean look at the American socialists or the people leaning in that direction. They have all cashed in big time in politics. The Clintons went from zero to two hundred million, the Biden's from zero to one hundred million Al Gore's worth one hundred million dollars. The OBAMAS are what over fifty million dollars think about that. How do you make that kind of dough on a government salary? By the way there's no politician in Scandinavia who has ever done that way, but in Venezuela if you look at the say, the Chavez family, the Madurai family, the family, a billionaire, so the richest family in minutes well up, so in Venezuela as in America. Socialism is big business. You know I think another element of this is that. People don't understand anything about their government, and we really are flying blind, and why I think the first way that we defeat, this is that we have to do something about the education system I mean they're pulling out classes in civics. You can't learn about Western civilization, right? That's racist. You're not learning about civics. All you're learning about is exactly what you're talking about. Men Why men are bad. Bad if you're a woman, white people or bad, if you're a a black person or white person, they now have classes where white people have learned about their white guilt, and what we've really done is a solid education system with psychological conditioning. Why these kids come out of school? They hate the West. I think there's something fundamentally wrong and backwards about capitalism about Western society yet if you speak. Speak to those people that speak so negatively about America. They never want to live anywhere in the east. Why do you want to live in the West, you know? Why would you prefer your kids grow up here as opposed to growing up somewhere like Russia and this is sort of the problem that we have that fundamentally teaching anti-americanism and I feel badly when I see these kids like these. Fifteen year old ANTIFA, thugs right running around writing because they really know nothing. They know nothing. Academia is that theory? An ANTIFA is the practice so if you think about it what the left has done here with the George Floyd killing is they've taken the episode now. When that episode first occurred, Everybody said that bad. That's wrong and there was an opportunity to have a moment of national unity, which is we all agree on something, and we can proceed to look at what happened and how to fix it. But the left realized no. No, no, that's not what we want. We actually want an opportunity for racial division so what we have to do is we take the George Floyd episode and attach it to a larger narrative. The larger narrative is. From George Floyd it's things like. From the George Floyd episode. You think okay. If, we see a bad cop to solution to a bad cop is obviously to have a good cop, so let's try to get more good cops, but that's not the left's approach. The left's approaches. All cops are like that. Cops are in chronically racist, even black ops, because as you remembering the floyd case was a black op there was. An. Asian Cop, they're all racist. And why are they racist? Because part of a racist system so America's racist and not only is it racist now, but it's been racist, not only in seventeen, seventy six, but since one thousand nine hundred. This is the new. York Times as infamous sixty nine hundred nine project saw. The demonization of America narrative is now put on top of the George Floyd killing and the basic move is if you deny the narrative, you don't care about George Floyd. So. This is what intimidates people on our side. It intimidates. Pastors intimidates Republican politicians. They feel they have to genuflect before this narrative or else. They'll be accused of being racist right now. This narrative has been concocted and manufactured by Progressives over the past century, and there have been in the past. They had to debate it now. They don't debate it..
COVID-19 survivors report debilitating physical and mental symptoms months after testing negative
"Of covert 19 survivors continue to experience serious physical and mental symptoms. Months after recovering CBS News Medical contributor Dr Tara No. Rula spoke with several people sometimes called long hauler. Koven, 19 survivor, Ernesto Castro says the day he left the hospital was one of the best days of his life. Did you feel you had survived? You'd beaten this or are you still having some issues at that point? Being in the hospital first long being in the isolation is really hard. I knew that my muscles after feed could hardly walk merely what I got in the hospital. I feel like I got a new opportunity. Late March, Castro was in the hospital for 10 days with severe Cove in 19 symptoms. He was put on a ventilator in a medically induced coma months later, it's clear his battle with the disease is not over. I'm still not 100%. I still feel tired. I still have no stamina doesn't look like much but to me. Kind of like Mount Everest. I have to do every day. Candace McKinney was hospitalized for covert 19 for four days in April, but she never went to the I C u in May. She tested negative but hasn't fully recovered either. I have really bad joint pain. I still have this pressure in my chest. I also had a lot of confusion where I have to rethink several times two or three times in order to comprehend what I'm reading. McKinney's experienced some stranger side effects, too, including loss of hair and the sensation of burning skin. My skin was just on fire Study show Covert 19 patients may experience lingering symptoms from lung, kidney, heart, brain and nervous system damage caused by the disease. The hospital because they were Well enough to get out of hospital doesn't mean that they're healthy Doctor. My officer Rahman leads a post discharge clinic for covert 19 patients at SUNY Downstate Brooklyn Hospital. The clinic taps into different specialists to help patients recover and learn more about the disease is called the dungeon, Bones, the brain, the nervous system, the skin, the kidneys, the heart. The loves the G. I tried. Sounds like the message Your saying is just because you've survived. Kobe did you are not out of the woods. There may be a long term lingering effects on multiple different working and systems. Yeah, I mean, absolutely. Stations may have lingering side effects That is not a parent yet, but it will be a few months years from now.
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"Narrative weakened in our community, and I'll take the understand when you say these things you're hurting us. You're not helping thinking. You're putting us on like you ain't put me on. A Shit brought. Telling me how we I. am how I can't do this I can't do that like you said with the school system. All that proves how racist. They are to believe that we're not even able to read. Do is speak English properly like you know I have like I think probably I would say because I wasn't big on school because i. Realized that was living school was not a priority and I think maybe that kind of saved me from being indoctrinated him. Anyways, 'cause I'm just looking at how you know the way that our kids is now is like IOS. Like. How can we BE DUMBER in time? We supposed to be smarter on our but date, but this keep insulting us saying of the need help. Clear black feet warm like Noboru nothing. We're not poor black people. I don't want to be looked at that way like Oh 'cause are black, I'm not. I can't do this like that's insulting to me. I don't know how anybody else's take that as an insult, but for me, that's insulting. We overcame every serious issue in with black people. So, how do we get to this point I? Believe we can't do something. Like even when I voted for Obama first time, it was like Oh, I, you ought to. You. Voted for him because he was black, but not the same reason why you voted for him because he was black. I was just tired of hearing. Blackie would excuses. Everybody's do whatever you want to. I know he can't be president and like ha ha. Ha. We got one now. What is your excuse now? Because there's nothing we cannot do this all we don't have our own air for business. I said wrong again. And these are the things, or we don't have all banks wrong again. Stop thinking that we. Can do things be, but we don't show that, so the more you don't see the white. These kids want to be drug dealers. Because that's the only people heard that they see a successful. You know. Become doctors. He's all the people that was be called names like were saying earlier accident, so you don't see acting white, so you don't see them. People in the community, so they don't know that is other options to be successful in job. Is 'cause having Nice House? They don't see these options. Only options they get is depend the drug dealer and scammers. And the and the and the and the and the Jack. Boys so these are the only options, and they're all negative options, even though I fell into that trap myself, but at the same time these a negative attitude, there's other ways, but if you keep pushing the people that are able to let them see that away from the community, only leaving them with four options. So, what do you think is GonNa Happen? Because people are GonNa go by in our community. Why a lot of times we have to give tangible things they've been told is the whole life that they actually have to see something now in order for them to fully believe it like all right. Let me see what you. We said he was going to do. It is well. Let me see it. That's when they'll start. Kinda like waking up because they'd be like. Oh, it really happened. That's why with me. I'll use my son example because I come from that I'm like look grow. Look at me. Look at me Bro. How can you not do it and I? Come from the aim at the circumstances you. How did I do it? Oh, he got paid or he did magna Bro. I change my mindset. I focused on what I wanted to do. And I did it right right, and and and until we develop that, and I think self confidence right, and that a lot of this really stems from insecurity and talking about one this happened. You know Shelby Steele, a pretty good job of talking about really in the mid sixties at the problem, the thing that happened in Black America. America that changed everything and this is such. An interesting thesis is freedom, so he says that you know. When Black Americans were actually fighting for their freedom, because there was a real struggle in place, they were doing everything that they could, so they were being upstanding citizens. Families were together, and it was just a whole different. There was an actual community because there was a real struggle to fight for, and at the very moment that they got freedom things change and he says. Is An interesting philosophy that freedom after years of actual oppression is a very hard concept to grapple with. Because your whole time, you're fighting for people to realize that you're not unequal like I can be equal on the same as you please. Please please and violently society says Yep done you get your freedom. And then he says people actually over a period of like shock because. Because you're so used to being in this cave, because now they have to grapple with the fact that they actually aren't equal because they shouldn't be because they've been. You know systematically oppressed, but now you're. You're mixed up with white people. White people are more well. Read than you. You know they're doing better at math and all the stuff and the only way that you can. Can catch up is through hard work right, but people don't WanNa do that work, right? It's easier. You feel more comfortable saying. Oh of a reason we're not. There is because question, so you get into the self defeating cycle because the only way you're gonNA, catch up is if you do the work, which not going to do the work because you know you, WANNA hide behind. Behind the Boogeyman of racist racism, now and we've been behind the boogeyman for a very long time, right? We're not challenging. Our kids do the work. We're not making our kids study hard it. We're not our kids are not accelerate school. The gap has not disappeared at all between white and black Americans academically. Our kids are not graduating high school high school at a good rate. We're twenty times I m prison where families are broken down all of these problems and we refused to address any of them, which is why just fine the black lives matter movement to just be rooted in fraud, and it just a lack of courage, complete cowardice I would support that movement in a second if they were talking about what we're talking about. If they were talking about black on black crime, but they were talking about abortion. If they were talking about father absence I'd be like this is yes finally. We are having a real discussion with ourselves, but we won't do it because they only focus on a Pacific type. Of problem that is the least about problem, so I always I always eat. Oh, say this like so. Are we going to focus more on the leaky faucet or the fire in our kitchen? Like what do you think is more point? Okay, we did. It could be a problem eventually you know if we keep letting it happen. Maybe it'll become a primary leaky faucet. Bill might go up a little bit. The noise might be a little annoying, but.
Coronavirus projections: What will America look like in coming months
"And preparing for a potential second surge of Cove in 19 Here's WW Health reporter Doctor Deanna Lights. While there's no sure fire way to predict a potential surge of covert 19 efforts are being made to learn as much as possible. Dr Steven Cal canIs is the CEO of the Henry Ford Medical Group. We have analytics teams that we have developed here, and we're on daily huddles with experts like us around the country, including the CDC and other modeling. You understand what might happen? We're not necessarily expecting a major surge in the summer months. We are, however, worried about a seasonal spike potentially in November and December of this year. We're actively preparing to kill. Candace says Preparations include having at least a three month supply of personal protective equipment within their health system from the
NFC West: Who will unseat the 49ers?
"So glad to be joined by Candace Silva of the rams wire as we go around the NFC west try to figure out who's going to unseat the forty Niners if they can be unseeded at the top of the division cam covers the the rams the rams who apparently are the hot bat right now to win the Superbowl at thirty to one what the hell's going on their camp yeah apparently they were the most popular Super Bowl bet of the last I think there's some were the bachelor come in anywhere on the rams won the Superbowl which is surprising because they've done nothing in the past okay two months to really bolster their claim as a Super Bowl contender in it's been a rough offseason for them so they got a bounce back in to see them as a Super Bowl favorite or not people will favor but to see so many people jumping on the bandwagon for them to win the Superbowl surprising I mean obviously they were just in the Super Bowl now might about a decade ago by our current time frame standards but it was two seasons ago and they still have the same quarterback they still have the same head coach where has it gone wrong we know what happened last year it in fact but if if people are buying in why would you say don't hi this is biggest issue right now I was really surprised that they essentially ignored the the office of identity try to remake it or bring in much talent really on the opposite line this offseason they refinance or what works best it brought back Austin blight who could play guard and center I'm so really they're sticking with the same group that they had last year there's a lot of competition really the only position that sat on the opposite wanted at left tackle with what danger what work right but the other four spots where they're gonna be competitions with Bobby Evans and rob Stein at right tackle Austin Blake and Bryan Alexander in the guard position is kind of just a mishmash of players who are relatively unproven at the NFL level so I would say that's the biggest issue switching Todd Gurley out for can makers they hope is going to be an upgrade at least hopefully in the in the explosiveness department because we do the regular Todd Gurley last season and he kind of seems like he's past his prime with the old me injury in right usage so they hope that with the improved often combined with these guys developing the younger guys and then a a better run game they're going to hopefully get back to their roots from the twenty seventeen twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen season that also supplying plan doesn't seem like a very good one considering that they're in a division with the forty Niners who I don't think I'm being a Homer here by saying that they have a pretty darn good defense of line like that that might not be a good match up for them yeah that's one of the best defensive line principality and you're gonna have it you're gonna have such a us a big mismatch every time that these teams square off because the defense of life for forty third San Francisco so good you got Nick Bosa all the guys on the interior Erik Armstead so there's gonna be tough match ups all across the front when these teams square off twice a year and you're not gonna want to right now in blocking these guys or Bobby Evans are often blight it's it's gonna be a tough match up for all these guys what's M. brings us to the cornerback what what went down with Jared Goff I mean I don't know what it was it all just smoke and mirrors in that Super Bowl season was he figured out I mean there there's been plenty of arguments I've seen a lot of smart people say listen as soon as Matt Patricia showed how to basically not bite on the play action it was game over for the rams they still made the Super Bowl but last year was not great is there any realistic expectation around the rams that they can make it jump now with you know maybe acres and there is the full time running back yeah I I wouldn't say your golf was just smoke and mirrors in twenty eighteen I thought he was a legitimate MVP candidates for most that season and then they kind of have that by the crazy Monday Night Football game against the chiefs and ever since then he's just more grass than not been the same player it was it was he was really terrible on play action last season which was a surprise but again that goes back to the office of line you just didn't have time to to get to a second read he didn't have time to to turn his back to the defense on these armies clashing passes so that a big impact but he's a player who I know they gave them a hundred thirty four million dollars but at this point in his career he doesn't seem like someone who's going to really master the issues of the rest of the offense it's not can overcome terrible off in one place so for him in the rams to really bounce back it's going to take an improvement on the offensive line golf getting back to how he was playing in twenty eighteen and then that running game coming alive and that seems like a lot of that on because it's it's everything coming together as a cohesive unit but I mean with the talent that they do have they still look really good receivers with concocting Robert wood acres and Henderson at running back our promising and golf if he if he lives up to his contracting really pleased the way the FHS quarterback showed the ram should bounce back nicely I like Henderson he came out of Memphis right yep yep he he really was under utilized last year yeah they were kind of well I wouldn't say stubborn sticking with elderly but he just didn't get many opportunities but when he did when he did get some chances he showed his show computer production yeah if you could once against the forty Niners last season to worry bounced off a few tackles and I mean he he's a smaller guy he runs hard and he he he also I'm interested to see how they utilize them with Cammy Kerr's
6-year-old boy found locked in shed behind Dallas home, police say
"Dallas police arrested two people after a six year old boy was found locked inside a shed NBC five Candace what says the boy was found in the backyard of a home in the pleasant Grove area this is where the little boy was found inside of the shed that is in the backyard tied up it's unclear at this time how long he had been left inside of that shed but neighbors a neighbor told us that she did for about a week hear a child crying in that those cries were coming from the backyard we did confirm today with CPS that three children ages seven six and four were removed from this home this morning one neighbor who did not want to be identified as says that she never noticed any glaring red flags but looking back she says there were a few incidents that
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"Like to repetitive. Yeah it's always relevant to me because they keep wrapping up the crazy you know all right you guys. Tell me when you're ready now. Right okay guys. We are rolling into another episode of the Candice Owen Show. I had thought the other day that maybe We are the most irresponsible adults In terms of how we are having the children react to certain stories. Imagine being a child today. Okay let's just take these last couple of months I you're told by adults The media people around you. Your parents that climate change is going to kill you. You're going to die. You're not going to live beyond ten years. Imagine that anxiety but wait. 'cause it's going to get worse just around. The corner is World War three because we are living under an evil dictator who has inspired war with Iran. Is this responsible? Are we ramping up? The crazy in society here to discuss with me is my dear friend and author of the book which is out now. Don't burn this book. Don't burn it guys Dave Rueben. Welcome back to the candace Ellen show. That is a very happy to be here. I feel like I built candidate showing you know. I'm Kinda like in this situation early. Stock Amazon. Yeah and look at you now. What happened it's crazy and it's exciting. Because I'm so excited I'll be back on on your show soon because I think we've sort of kind of gone through this together like when you when you and I first met. I was still very on the fence about a lot of topics waking up coming out of my spell and saying I thought it was a liberal but maybe I'm not a liberal and here are my ideas and I was fortunate to go on your show because you never really pushed me too hard. You'd be like it's okay come out. We'll I could see you doing. Yeah I like and that's what everyone is doing everyone except the truly partisan crazy people who are trying to make us all crazy all time. Most thinking people are actually living every day kind of trying to figure out what's true kind of trying to figure out what's right and by the way not everything's political. Some people have to work two jobs things like that. They might have kids. You might have a dog you have to take care of or a grandparent or some other stuff where you might have hobbies. You might want to go outside. You might WANNA play video games. Whatever you do and we live in this time where it's like if you don't think absolutely everything in a certain way then a certain set of people are GonNa come to destroy which is why I like that. He started this about the kid thing because imagine being a kid and you know you see this all the time with these people. It's usually blue check lefties on twitter. That tweet these incredible stories about what they're going through with their children might child just came into the bedroom and said he's eight years old and he asked me if the Dow Jones crashes how will that relate to the SMP morgage Blah Blah Blah. And I said I don't know that's what we have to deal with a time of trump. I love kids in front of things that you're obviously saying that this is not happening. I'm sorry your your your kid didn't do that. Your four year old didn't do that. It's all crazy about three years ago. I asked my seven year old nephew because there was this like brush of this happening on twitter with where they're using their imaginary kids all the time so I actually asked my seven year old nephews. Pretty Bright Kid I said what do you think of Donald Trump? I swear to God and he looks at me and he goes. He has bad hair and he has a big red tie. That's what a kid would say. Actually I wouldn't say his feelings on immigration or counter to the UN narrative on what they want to keep it's not see now they're using which is a really twisted thing and you're right because imagine you're you're an eight year old kid and your parents are kind of crazy about politics because everyone's crazy about politics and then a. Oh See who is an expert in absolutely nothing comes out and says the world's going to end in twelve years we pass my green new deal which is a complete overhaul of the US economy and it's completely insane and all that stuff but you're eight years old now. I don't know that you're doing math at eight years old where you're like. Oh I'm going to be twenty in twelve years but to think that means in your mind some time in my lifetime like the whole thing ends and it's such alarmist lunacy and how it's like we've had these things like I remember. We're not that old candice. I remember when y two K. Was was happening and I swear to you. I remember the next day once midnight struck and we made it in two thousand and we were okay. I swear to you I remember thinking to myself. I'll never fall for one of these again. I'm so old. I remember when net neutrality was going to kill us. Net neutrality wiped out half. I'm so sorry for now suffering from five. Jesus never be the same again. I mean it really is. You wonder why we've kind of gotten into this society and I spoke to talk about this but the society where you're seeing more and more kids need pills right kids that need zanex younger To deal with the anxieties of life. And they're saying it's because you know life has gotten more complicated you know peop-. There's more pressure on them but actually no. It's because you're constantly putting we're putting more pressure on them right. This is we are the problem right when you have a media and you have people that are supposed to be responsible parents that they trust telling that they need to care about. This is going to be over. You know for the examples where they actually did have children. That were crying. I remember the same thing. My child's been crying all day because Hillary Hillary didn't win and she doesn't think that means that she can do anything as a young woman and I'm like are you kidding me. If your child was so plugged in to politics and that they said that you did that trickle down emotion you put that emphasis that pressure on your child to believe that they had no chance at a striving to anything ever unless Hillary Clinton one I mean I guess that's it sounds cliche but it really is a crisis of meaning. These people that are trying to fill their lives endlessly with politics. And it's sort of funny 'cause like we're political creatures although were sort of cultural creatures also in those things have kinda you know become. They've morphed into one thing which I think there's there's good in that and there's also a bad that but all of these people they don't really have meaning so every morning they wake up and then they go. What's what's the next crisis. And they go from one crisis to another and I think one of the challenges for people like us and we both are probably good at times and fell out at times is how not to also ratcheted up right because you see crazy right you see the same people and without even getting into some of the names they were just some people who got Russia wrong. Who got you know all of the things that you just listed wrong and it's like you see them tweet out some other crazy thing and it's like you? WanNa destroy them but then I also don't want endlessly be adding to the chaos and I think that also is a bit of a challenge for the people that are somewhat sane throughout this like you. WanNa take out bad ideas but sometimes if you become so obsessed with that you start becoming what you hate you you gaze into that thing for too long and you'll become it so I have survived enough apocalypse says and then even when I submitted lists title for Your Next Book Science. They should study me right. It's incredible I've lived through. All these apocalypse is still care. Gamma radiation good genes. And so I I do and I. I almost feel like I add my voice. I don't still don't consider myself via political Bayer. Consider myself to be an anti political figure because I think that everything is being politicized and I tried. Just be rational and say like calm down. Calm down everybody just relaxed because I I do kind of worry that we're we're creating these kids are just not they're literally going to be freaking out. They already have life stress. They don't need to think that they're going to die. You know every two weeks and we need to be more responsible and it's it's interesting to to see how you talked about. This transition of how politicians are now using kids. Because there was this remarkable moment that I haven't gotten to discuss yet But poop people to death is no longer in the race but When he was running he had a town hall. They all the moment where a fourth grader. He magically plucked the question by the way. This was by chance at just happened to be gay kid asking saying you know I also am gay and you know how should I come out in the I? Guess the fourth grader fourth grader. Should I come out you know? You Design Cnn Yeah Yeah. He wanted to do it that way and I said this is. This isn't real this is this isn't real. This is using kid to score some political points to give some answers. You already have plans that supposed to make people that are gay Lesbian Bi and Trans. Vote for you really bugged me. Everything feels staged at the moment right and I think that really is trump's greatest gift that for trump a guy who's orange with this crazy hair and has strange intonation and inflection. When he speaks that he is more real than all of these people. That is an incredible incredible thing so when they stage these things in the kid comes out there and Pete gives a sort of package to answer. It's because they're still trying to trick us. Whatever is left of mainstream and there isn't much left of it and I actually one of the biggest problems we have right now is. There's basically a truth. Divide and then on top of that. They do these. These prepackaged rehearsed ridiculously stiffened inauthentic things. Like having this case get up there and also I mean. I don't know how far you want to go into it. I mean having a fourth grader. Talk about his sexuality on stage with presidential candidate has also bizarre. And let's also not forget that the real radical leftists they were pissed it pete the entire time because he's not gay enough for them right. He's gay meaning. He is married to a man but he doesn't identify as queer meaning except the entire intersectional outlook of life. Now I happen to appreciate that. I don't I don't really like Pete per se And I think you know that we were going to have peed on my show. His comms team had agreed to it via twitter and we started emailing and then vox and huff. Po and media matters all started going after him. And next thing you know. They stopped responding to army for him. Didn't work you know what that's but that's the point because I knew it's like now..
Mike Dewine reverses Ohio mask requirement but New York did not
"In Ohio governor Mike DeWine backed down from his mandatory mask order but in New York governor Andrew Cuomo did not that led to a police officer cation over the weekend that was caught on cell phone video A. B. C.'s Candace McAllen has more from Manhattan a third of all officers were arresting a couple on Saturday in the East Village suddenly one of the officers right away for that address once the device either with his taser drawn swearing and telling that bystander to move back in tackles the man to the ground and it's a numerous times and it would be eighty six verses as a bystander took a fighting stance officer has been placed on modified duty while internal affairs investigates New York City mayor bill de Blasio calling the behavior
Brazil's justice minister resigns, accuses president of meddling with police
"The Brazilian president chargeable sonata has hit back at his former justice minister says show motive who accused him off potentially criminal interference in the federal police he is Candace Piette desirable sonatas televised address was a counter attack against a man who is one of the most popular and powerful figures in his government says your moto had games Brazil's approval with a giant investigation into political corruption flanked by most of his ministers Mister Wilson are accused him of acting improperly by demanding a nomination to the Supreme Court of India says you Morris said he was resigning because he couldn't accept a president firing the head of the federal police for personal and political reasons
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"Speeding all right. Ladies and gentlemen. We are rolling into another episode of the Candice Owens Show and I want to talk today about healthcare which is an industry at. I hate so much I WanNa talk to you guys about me being an asthmatic. What my experience has been here discuss? All things healthcare with me as a healthcare consultant and former White House and Senate staffer Katie to lentil welcomed. The KENNISON show. Hi candace. Thank you for having me okay. So this is going to be hard episodes. Sometimes in the comments there means to me like you have to shut up and let your guests speak and then sometimes you don't speak enough in say some rebuttals but I have to talk a lot this episode because this is something. That actually frustrates me so much. You and everyone matic. Let's just start here I'm asthmatic so when you have asthma and then people that are listening to this. No this you have a child who has asthma. It is life or death every time you have an asthma attack. That's right. There used to be a time. My father other told me because I got my asthma from him where you could just go to cvs and you can get an albuterol inhaler right now. It's behind the counter and if you walk in and you are wheezing in and breathing and gasping for air. Nobody will not hand it to you because you have to go to the doctor. You have to get a prescription and you have to now pay an extraordinary. Mary amount just to get this little Roman has to get that. We'll save your life this little pup save your life. Yeah there have been instances of kids that have died at the CVS counter counter that have died outside of a hospital room that have died because they couldn't get one little. Puff how is this possible. I mean how generally how are we here right now in society that they don't value like peanut allergy an EPI pen whatever it is life or death stuff cost an extreme amount of money to get and this is not autorite issue in my opinion no our system is broken totally totally it's become so nonpartisan it used to be in healthcare it was Republican versus Democrat crat. Now it's really just the healthcare swamp versus the rest of us. We are talking about is. Everyone has to get paid the doctor who writes a prescription the manufacturer. Who makes the inhaler all the middlemen between them? And you the Insurance Company. The pharmaceutical benefit manager the group purchasing organization the retail pharmacy the Wholesale Pharmacy. And everyone's taking a cut along the way that is why drug prices have increased beyond the rate of inflation every year for the past ten years hospital prices has increased. If you think this is just drugs it's also hospitals it's also doctors it's totally out of control and worsening fighting about who's GonNa Fund arse broken system wiener shock about. Who's going to fix our broken system and I WANNA make the super clear because I go on all of these college campuses and I talk as somebody who's unapologetically college ethically a free market girl right? I love capitalism. I love the free markets and kids will come up to me and say the free markets work then. Why don't you explain the healthcare industry in America? Erica and I go. This is the exact opposite of a free market. You walk into a hospital. You don't anything costs you're essentially blindfolded right and they say say give me a blank check. You're going to be blindfolded. We're GONNA take care of you and weeks later. We're going to bill you something. That's thousands and thousands of dollars that is on a free market system. That's right that that is what I'm actually fighting for. And why I wanted to have this episode and I want to do more about this we need. We need price transparency. We need to walk in like I walk into a store when I bought this shirt. You're and I see another shirt and maybe maybe this shirts fifty dollars. Maybe this one's thirty bucks. I am in control. I can say you know what that's too expensive. I WanNa go somewhere else to get a shirt. So why is it not possible in terms of our healthcare industry because everyone has to get paid except the patients. So what you're talking about as you go into to the doctor's office they make you sign a form that says I agree to pay. I don't know what price for I don't know what services yet by I don't know a doctor or a doctor. I've never met and patients thinks that if they don't sign this they're not going to get care or it's GonNa turn into a drama. They'RE GONNA have to go get management and it's going to be you already takeoff half the day just to go to that doctor's office and they have bulletproof glass and surly front desk staff and it's just it's so difficult to navigate. Negate patients are scared and they're suffering. They're at their most vulnerable. What I tell people is listen? Go ahead and read through those papers but in the signature line instead of signing away all your rights by signing your name just right I did not read this. Oh Wow later when they bill you you get a surprise bill or you see that they're gouging you beyond all recognition. Then you can just say hey. Can you please produce a contract where I agreed to pay this. So it's not that you're not gonNA pay. It's not that you won't pay fair price. But now the power is reversed and you have leverage to negotiate an honest and fair price. But you should have had had that right can't when you walked in the door and I don't think how much is GonNa get an inhaler if I walk through the door. How much is it going to cost for me to get the NEBULIZER treatment? That's going gonNA save my life. You don't know already by the first asthmatic. That's well wire doors. See Online in advance every price for every service when you walk into a restaurant strived you know what your final bill's going to be. It's true you don't know what you're going to order. You don't know what coupons you might have and how that might apply to your bill but they give you a menu and so you see the prices and in fact that might change what you order. It might change. What restaurant you go? Do you have to walk out of there. Because that's above. Your paygrade might be like McDonald's tonight might be McDonald's tonight nothing wrong with that. So healthcare is the only industry where the sellers of care. Insurers surer and hospitals conspire together to cook up secret pricing contracts between each other that they hide from the buyers of care patients employers and taxpayers. I just put out a report. co-authored a report with the Johns Hopkins Team of researchers that shows that half of the federal budget almost first half forty eight percent of the federal budget is now spent on healthcare. It is eating. Our economy premiums have gone up fifty five percent. In the past ten years deductibles on employer-sponsored care have tripled tripled owage growth. That's only twenty six percent. We think that's great here. The trump administration we were always talking about wages wages wages but our wage growth is being eaten by healthcare. 'cause it's totally unsustainable. One one in five Americans is in medical collections. Candice half of all collections are medical collections. It's really funny. You say that I'm getting and fired up right now case all right I I got another guys. It's my show I'm allowed to speed. You can whatever the comments are doing right now right so another anecdote. I fly down a Dallas right gas and this is a separate issue people that now think they can bring any animal they want on flights. I is that because people are. You're allowed to be crazy. It's it used to be like I. I I needed emotional snows emotional cat. You're so unstable that you can't fly in a flight without an animal. You shouldn't be fine. Don't don't want you so now now. They've got sheep and goats and all this crazy stuff and I have allergies. I ever owned allergic. So they forgot about humans. Because this person's got emotional issues. I've got physical. Nobody cares so I fly down and there was a giant huge dog and I instantly had like an asthma. I start itching I get to Soon as I landed went straight to the hospital in Dallas I go in gnomes there. It was a little clinic hospital one of those twenty four hour. Urgent Care Centers. Yeah and I go in and I tell them exactly what he has my whole life. I need a nebulizer treatment. And let's get into the door. Sign some paperwork going. I'm out within an hour and a half beautiful by the way while I'm in there We think we we want to give you this pill this pill I already know ancient little tylenol. All that should be two dollars right. It's going to be at least like one hundred dollars if I take it from you. So I'm like no no no Now get home four weeks later I get a bill and it's a four thousand dollars a no. I just looked at it and I just love my paying this. I'M GONNA go so I call call and I asked them. I would like to see an itemized list of what you're charging me for. That's right and you wonder what they said. We don't have that only only the doctor is access..
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"He worked at eastern tonight he doesn't have to he's retired but he can't not work in his d._n._a. So my motivation has always been. This is the time for us to be great right. This is there is enough. There's literally nothing holding us back and yet. If you speak today to black americans and i tell you i listen every room on college campuses. I say who in this room believes that america is a more more racist country today than it was sixty years ago and i say i just wanna know what planet i'm in right now so just i'm just gonna ask basic questions for so many years. I've heard people talk about urban america but they wouldn't talk about the realities in many of the places of urban black america and this president was talking about and he wasn't wasn't just talking about it to gain points at black audience. He was talking about it in white audiences. People got upset about that. That's what you need to do. That's that's the courage that's to talk talk about my community. Anywhere you go everywhere you go right and i said this is somebody i can get behind because i believe he's not beholden to any party structure. He's not beholden to any special interest. He's going to say what he believes what he says and get behind somebody like that and i have been proud to stand with with him and support him publicly and privately because i think he is doing an amazing thing for the country but more specifically for the black community and i really do believe that he he is a rare moment a rare window of opportunity for for black america to wake up and to realize that we have not been part of this american dream because we've been lied to and used and abused and sold this concept that they're somehow virtue in victimization like all you have to do is figure out where you can plug into the victim complex and what does that yield absolutely nothing nothing. Does it yield to be a black lives matter member shouting in the street screaming after after a death absolutely nothing actually earned orange you anything it's <hes> perhaps a chance to be arrested and.
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"They sent an hector garza from the laredo sector he said if you try to avoid the cartels house to get into the united states they will kill you on the mexican side. You're saying the people that are coming over. This border are cartel approved. Yes the carta with cartels basically taking their money and that's how the cartels tales of monopoly on it look. We've had people from whereas come in thank you bill for the purpose of this wall is to break the back of the cartels. They were nineteen up up there that the cartels were using into business model and remember the cartels of what's have made every town in america's a border town. It's just not el centro oh and the guy in yuma in el paso and laredo. It's that we have a radio guys here from from north dakota every towns aboard bordertown in chicago a couple of years ago for the first time since one thousand nine hundred eighty nine the chicago crime commission came out with a public enemy number one the public enemy was el chapo because because the the drug wars in chicago those territory wars being fought by proxies for the big cartels in mexico the cartels those are paramilitary operations that have tremendously sophisticated marketing sophisticated finance this sophisticated logistics and operations. Nobody he comes from central america through mexico that is not paying money to the cartels are taken over a lot. I think certain areas of this country <hes> they've they're operationalize as government. What president trump's i think is adamant about about building a wall. Is you begin to break the backs of the cartels and we've seen from people people here in juarez remember whereas from a great bordertown the sister city of el paso to a crime infested. I think the thirty seventh highest murder rate in the world homicide rate that wasn't like that years ago when the cartel started takeover to break the back to the cartels. You have to build the wall. I agree with you one hundred percent. I think some people particularly on the left would do anything not to have donald trump have a victory now so the correct me if i'm wrong so that accident happened because this criminal was driving on the wrong side of the road for like four miles thirty five miles thirty five runway transitioned onto four different freeways the wrong long way he was three times the legal limit drawing high on meth and brandon was on an h._o._v. lane that uh wound up an elevated and curved to transition onto another freeway and that's where he was hit. He didn't see this. He didn't see common. Wow that's unbelievable. The and the illegal was going over one hundred miles an hour when he slammed on high on meth and amine but the most gut wrenching moment and i've got a daughter she's younger than brandon random but the most gut wrenching moment was when jared came back home and my two older sons embraced in the kitchen and wouldn't let go of each other because you know they lost a brother and this is what america doesn't understand the emotional toll that it takes on a family and yes he could have been killed by a drunk american driver. Absolutely you know i understand that but he wasn't this is a preventable preventable death and this man had already committed crimes in our country and he didn't show up for his court date and they apprehended him at the border coming back over one time and took them back up to colorado to face the judge interfaces crimes. Excuse me and the judge basically just gave him a slap on the wrist isn't and let him back out into our communities and this is what americans need to understand the leniency that are judges in our courts because they're of such such ajay liberal mindset that they think that these people just have a right to be here. They don't right. How did you the criminals don't how did you find out who <hes> when out what he got involved in the accident of the illegal alien and i don't want to give give him any. I don't want the the illegal animal the criminal <hes>. How did you find out that he wasn't illegal alien..
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"Justice. Being cancer was one of the ones that will was listed as an example of bad behavior sharing my videos on on facebook so like i've talked about <hes> behavior being shadow band and stuff and i think there's a lot of people on the left or even some people on the right. Maybe who think that's being paranoid. It's conspiracy. No this is just it's react yeah. They're trying to suppress conservative voices and you know i. I love my free. Market loved my libertarian libertarian buddies <hes> but if you don't think that this is going to affect elections you you really need to look more closely at only. Is it going to affect elections. It's a direct response wants to an election that they think was out of their head that they think never should have happened right. There should never should've happened. They're gonna try their hardest to make sure it doesn't happen again and i think why the reason why i'm for small government is because i fear totalitarianism. I fear invasion of privacy. I fear being told what i can and cannot say i feel i fear being d platform dispersant and that's all bad coming from government but it's not any more acceptable when it comes to these social media giants who are run by like leftists in california like how is that any any better so i think you know conservatives who think that social censorship isn't a problem or they don't like it but oh what are we gonna do. I think they need to wake up a little bit more and understand astana. This is a very very real threat. How conservatives win elections if we can't even talk about ideas without being banned i think when you ban paul joseph watson his one point six million and followers go okay. I guess i'm a liberal it watching him for five years but you know what i think you radicalize me. We'll funding. Actually i'm just a liberal ellie makes them more encouraged to go out and vote right right and that's what it does to me right but it's it's absolutely incredible going back to the media lying about you. I mean you read your own wikipedia. Kapiti pay hover at my own wikipedia page horrific so bad so you wake up every morning and every i'm not an ego maniac but you google your name and google gle news see what the latest hit pieces and it's just a complete one eighty of the person who you also. I read my own wikipedia page and it's like all right conspiracy theories. I'm i'm not all right. The the premier premise of the outright is a why ethno stay. I don't believe in that. I never believed in that so i'm not alright. Alright hates me. They attack attack me. I mean google my name and fortune and see what the alright things about me and you as well is the same thing but with the wikipedia thing conspiracy theories okay ah i hate conspiracy theories. I think most of them are really dumb..
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"It's a really what you want it to be and that sexual revolution agenda which hijacked the feminist movement so then they're like well now. If you're feminist you're going to be pro sex without any rules without any responsibility and who liked that crazy men like hugh hefner that playboy who wanted to sexualize women in sao how object projecting and doesn't make them happy happy. I talk about this all the time. I say to people if you think that you are a modern feminist like i i call that radicalized feminism awesome awesome because they see how they treat people like you and i who are taught shoes but i always say and they will talk about this. They won't and they would never walk. They pretend to walk away from a one night. Stand there. There's only there's no issue shame and and they don't feel happy about it and i have have girlfriends that and make a living out of writing writing about their sexual deeds was men and i. I genuinely feel so sad for them. I feel so sad for them because i said it's not what you want on and it's not what men want and you've convinced you society convince you up. This is normal into penn all of your bad dates all of your sexual experiences because you probably watched an episode of carrie carrie bradshaw and sex and the city too young. I want to be like carrie bradshaw. I dated. I wanna do is to be a journalist and we have this this culture that says yes yes more of this. Instagram instagram gives birth to this social media where i always say like if you want to get a million followers on instagram take your top do something and say i'm empowered but so so a lot of this women don't know what they're looking for anymore. I think a really good question to ask you is what do men want in this day in age right because you can. I go. I mean you just answered the question because i got all of these more liberal girlfriends who are on standing out in their swiping right and desperately by the way these are these are the girls who call themselves feminists. All they want is a husband right. Why what is what is the purpose of all these girls being in dating apps are not going to sleep with men. They're hoping that he's the one right that he's the one he's the one swiping right and the question now is especially with feminism. It makes it hard for many women. Just have a conversation about what it is. They're actually looking for women are not looking for more for sexual. Oh freedom. That's a myth i can tell you that the scam that the girls at our get to twenty six and don't have a partner are freaking out great scam that men ever played on women. We convince them that. Giving men free cheap easy.
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"That's a totally different thing because then you're talking about the power of a corporation to limit free speech and i hear a lot of right wingers say well as a private corporation. They can do anything they want. I don't agree with that. I think if you are a platform as opposed to a publisher right if i'm a publisher and i i can say i'm not going to publish kansas this because i don't agree with her. I can say that before a platform. I gotta published everybody. The phone company has to let everybody use a phone right. They can't say oh. You and i are talking. We're taking you off off the phone. 'cause we don't like what you're saying. Not facebook should not be allowed to do that either. Google should not be allowed to do that. Twitter chirac's. They've got this idea. The been pumped into their heads much of it. I have to say through the through the college and university system where we have very similar problems of besides the poem with this but here's the theory the theory is that the nation state existing leads to nationalism nationalism awesome directly leads to extremism directly leads to nazism directly leads to the holocaust and catastrophe and therefore what we have to do is to abolish the nation state and abolish nationalism. That's the theory asks the lie. That's the area published. The hold of the european union actually is predicated on their desire. That's become a biggest thing on the global stage but they get something wrong provided. The nation state is a functioning joining democracy. It doesn't go to war i. I've tried this around all the left wing universities in the u._k. And with you in america what we talk about nationalism and what it means i will say this to them. You give me an example. You can be one example of to mature democracies but you of functioning democracies going to war with each other. They're hunting provided so what we should be what we should be pushing is not abolishing pushing nation states and handing power up to global bureaucracies what we need to champion around the world is the concept of democracy while you've got democracy say you will have peace and generally way you've got democracy. You will also have greater prosperity and right living status and that's the bit they missed. That's the part of the theory the rate that is wrong the lie as you call it father's parents were very poor and they never went to government assistance because in jewish life there was a word been yiddish. The jewish german language called shonda sean dement embarrassment shame and yes. It's shonda uh to take money from non jews. That was the theory we will only allow our community to support a community. Go outside of community is shows a failure l. e. of the community to take care of its own. There are wonderful. I always tell my all of my relatives virtually all jewish obviously where relatives and they're all nearly all liberal and i say why don't you just preach what you practice not practice. What you forgive street was that is amazing. I love that. I learned that so you're right in that regard. I what i said with macro you don't wanna learn from the jewish community about politics politics of a about about <hes> how society should be run jews have bought into leftism and liberalism and it's so painful to me as well. <hes> look their whole i have a i have a whole set of reasons why it has happened. Jews identify defy right with hitler therefore left must be good because it's the opposite of hitler it is is like it's not just wrong. It is simplistic beyond the word. It gives simplistic a new meaning..
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"The normal healthy family unit is certainly not if it's not demonized it certainly not as celebrated and promoted yeah yes yeah family is fully demonized right. Yeah yeah no. I'd i'd i'd agree with you but i'm trying to be a little odd different. Approaches is here and <hes> so yeah and i think even people who are more what one interesting thing i'm finding both online and offline you know i know a lot of people who are atheists secular whatever i'm having a lot of conversations and even seeing on youtube and whatever a lot of people who previously were quite staunch atheist even if even if they're not becoming believers are turning to god or anything i'm finding that a lot of them are starting to understand the sort of power and importance of religion even if they themselves don't believe they're starting to be the <hes> as some of the things are starting to fray around the edges and morality -ality is starting to become a lot more subjective and reality itself is starting to become a lot more subjective and people are just kind of creating their own individual worlds and trying to force other people to accept them. I'm finding that i'm having conversations with people who are like yeah i can. I can understand the value of this thing like i don't necessarily believe it but i can see how having that community an umbrella for people to fall under it gives you an answer to the you know the meaning of life and what i find with with a lot of <hes> do with you know a lot of people who are atheists is that they spend a lot of time in mental energy almost looking for a replacement for god and that becomes government become become government. I've become ideology radical feminism that becomes talked about all the time all the time and and the people that have religious ties near deeply religious <hes> as a as a rule of course there are exceptions tend to have just more structure order in their life. You speech is the essence in your freedom. Beaches your ability to think say be who you wanna be. I don't want to give the government any ground on that now. Then if you don't don't give the government ground right on that and listen. I'm playing devil's advocate because i don't really know where i land if you don't if you don't give it to the government then you're giving <hes> the freedom to the corporations to ruin ruin people do to completely ruined people because some of these some of these publications have so much power at instantly becomes the truth for people. Will i read it in the new york times right. That's noble. I read the new york times therefore it must be a truth but it can be completely fictitious and made up as we learned with this presidency. The things can literally map out left an air and what about the little people who can't defend themselves against who get d. platform and don't have a job. Why should we allow publications to murder the career. Where you're you're talking about. You're you're putting together a bunch of different things here. Okay first of all you know the new york times kansas lie about anybody. It can't just lie about an ordinary guys. Walking by their the the idea got to be a public figure public figure can be abroad thing and even then if you can show that they have malice toward that figure or even towards his ideas you can sue i mean you can bring action against the new york times. Now i would prefer to live in a world where the new york times can call donald trump russian spy which which virtually have complete nonce welcome to the world is complete nonsense and but he's the president he's got a lot of power and i would like the press to have as much power as yeah you know and others i would like them to be able to say virtually anything about our politicians and and so you want to be careful when you start to say they can't do this and they can't do that. When you start to talk about d platforming..
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"Get him lebron james what's said before he went to saint vincent's <hes> saint mary's is high school where he <hes> <hes> where he went for a while catholic school first time you ever been around white people he said. I thought why people hate us. I thought they were all against us and so i had the same attitude against them he says until until he went went to catholic school and realize that we're good white people but he assumed because he had never been around white people everything he'd read about. Why pete was that they were out to oppressed. Black people suppress all rights and he said i was shocked. When i found it wasn't true he still bears that illegitimate he the residual effects after a lot of the credit he does a lot right and it's sad because and i look i've been actually very nice to him because i think that he <hes> in other in other ways he he's really good for black community right married his high school sweetheart. He's amazing father and that stuff to me is the most important he's in in terms of leading by example. I think really is but this is a man that is so politically ignorant. I mean he. He knows absolutely nothing about politics. He tries to tell us how we should vote or how we should feel and remember when they came out there trump for saying that lebron james was stupid anybody watching our new interview yet of those two. I it's hard to make don lemon. Look look smart right. It is hard to looksmart lebron james well. If you're consensus is that america is racist and xenophobic homophobic nick and we need to undo everything that done in america. I don't think you should be at the forefront of it. I don't think that that's islamophobic. I don't think that that's anything but common sense. I'll tell you something when i first heard that two muslim women were running for congress russia the toledo nealon omar. I was so happy honestly. I was so happy i i said now we will have muslim woman who are going to be professional and spray peace and show americans that there's more than just nine eleven to islam this more than just care <hes> and more than qatar we are going to bridge edge between americans and the muslim people because that's what any sensible muslim will do the first thing is you coming with your head scarf and you want to show the world who you are especially she the u._s. congress. You're the focus of the global media and then. I'm like oh my god. She sent it back. I wanted her iphone. I four that she was going to be different from the extremists. She's exactly like them with lipstick. That's what i call her the ice with lipstick same ideology with lipstick same literally ahead same thing the u._s. S. forces that went to somalia. They're terrorists right not the ones they fought no. They are the terrorists everything to do with america when she's speaking about al qaeda. She's pissed off an angry at the university lecturer who she says she took a terrorism class. She probably means anti-terrorism clauses losses her lecture. When he mentioned al qaeda he mentioned that in a very negative tone al qaeda right hezbollah and she was upset that he never mentioned america with the same attitude you know america america is the real satan right and this is the problem with don. Omar omar is one not just ilhan all of the islamists are using democracy but they i don't believe in democracy why stay down of course they don't believe in democracy even the reformists the reformists who tell you we are. We don't like isis because we believe in democracy. That is a delusion. It's it's not right because almost no has to believe in what the koran says. The crown says you have to rule and judge only by the word of god. There's no separation of mosque in state in islam. That's really well. That's the direction. We're trading in right now. In western civilization it is nuts..
"candace" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"<hes> and the the question is are a a driving america into the direction that we wanted to be driven into and <hes> which is sort of conservatively like he is he is he abiding by the constitution and the things that we believe this is the other thing thing about him like all you hear about his authoritarian. He's a nazi. He's a dictator the dictator the new word that and i just keep saying show me one place 'cause i'm really hypersensitive to this. I believe believe in the constitution like that is a big deal to me and one of the things i really disliked about obama as the way he transgressed the constitution again and again and nobody said a damn thing shoeing one place one place where where trump is transgressed the constitution where he has acted outside the boundaries of the law and i can't think of even one i can think of places where he's kind of edged edged you know back in the courts of slap them down and he has stepped back. You know i. I just can't win it. He he does act within the law. They've been trying to get this guy look. This guy has been at the forefront of american the american imagination since when the eighties seventies he's been around forever. They've been trying to bring him down forever. They've been investigating forever the auditing in forever keeping jail if he was as bad as they said he is. He's obviously not he's. Obviously you know. He's got a bit of the carney barker him. He's got a bit of the you know he's a big mouth and he's he exaggerates but even when they talk about his lies his wise raw like always the biggest crowd was. I kind of these over exaggerations rations. He's he's never say parlance. Best helps the economy because people here like he's. He's gung over america. We're going to go invest and all all that stuff has really been helpful but he hasn't said you know you can keep your doctor. He hasn't said oh. That terrorist was just a guy in the neighborhood when he was actually you know backing his campaign. He's he actually has been he's. He's fulfilled his promises his promises his campaign promises matter to him <hes> he's done pretty well and i think think at this point the conservatives who don't back them who just will not get off his back and will not step back. You know it's not a sin to say some of the things that i say that there are things about him. I don't like this one thing but to say that you know the opposition to him at this point so looney so anti-american so anti-capitalism so anti everything we we have ever stood for. He's the only game in town you know and i mean he's. He's doing a good job and i think that i don't understand why we can't unify around. That's why we let the we let the media re talking about the atmosphere that immediate creates we let them the media make us panicked about a good for example a good example donald trump the stuffy said about women that if you're famous women will let you do things that the fact the fact that he's pretty and he said they hate when i say that unlike that is a verifiable of allergies fat but okay so you call him a bore cause us borders language like new yorkers do when they're alone almost all of us who in when we're alone we you talk like that but call him a bore fine but bill clinton was plausibly accused of rape and the atmosphere of hysteria around trump's remarks versus the atmosphere of well you know was it really rape reprieve and i don't know the atmosphere is just so different and it's very very hard. When i talked to my liberal friends they all say the same thing. They all say well. I disapproved of that too but they did not do this and not in the same way and not with the same hysterical all that makes him unable to unfit to.