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January 6th Did Not Change Your Life

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

January 6th Did Not Change Your Life

"Those of you who are or know people who are influenced by the direction that you're intended to follow by the media and the Democrat party need to rethink this You're supposed to think about 2021 about January 6th forevermore Circle it on your calendar Now the fact of the matter is January 26th did not change your life It was never going to change your life Some people who are violent that day broke into the capitol building attack cops and so forth They don't represent you and they don't represent me But the media and the Democrat party insist that they do And so when we stand up for people who are innocent but committing violent acts who were there that day And segregate them from people who were violent you're not allowed to why Because they want to paint all of us tens of millions of us That way And you shouldn't stand for it anymore We have a new election coming up And now's your chance to speak

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"capitol building" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:08 min | 3 weeks ago

"capitol building" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I want to be clear with you my beloved audience. So there's no confusion. I don't care about all the miscreants of malcontents with their websites. You, I care about. The attack on the capitol building on January 6th. Those who were violent who broke in who attacked the cops. You will never find me defending them. Ever. Ever. Period. Not then, not now, not between then and now. Period. What you find me defending are the people who didn't. Commit acts of violence, who were waved into the building, who were on the property, that is the grass outside, who roamed in, didn't know what was going on, and then left. Having the book thrown at them, that's what I speak out against. Period. People have disagreements over this 2020 election. What took place in this state or that state and so forth and so on? You've not heard me talk about machines. You've not heard me talk about ballots. Well, you've heard me talk about is efforts by the Democrat party. Not to strengthen our voting system in the sanctity of our voting system, but to weaken it. In order to favor their candidates and their party, that's why they brought over 300 lawsuits in these various states. That's why they're partisan state courts and partisan governors. Change the laws and violation of article two of the constitution, which professors on the hard left are now saying, doesn't mean what it means. So my problem with Bill Barr and people like him isn't that they refuse to challenge this or challenge that or challenge this or that's not my problem. My problem is today. When we as a nation are truly facing tyranny, by the Democrat party, and that the never trumpers have thrown in with the Democrat party because of their own passions and obsessions and unhinged emotions. That this country, in order to remain free and prosperous and a republic needs to be protected from them and needs to be protected from their Department of Justice and needs to be protected from their FBI and needs to be protected from their CIA. Those words would never have crossed my lips, but for the last 5 years. And I see what they did to parents allowed the county. And I see how they sued state legislatures. They're trying to fix their voting systems. And I heard what Joe Biden had to say last night. And I know they want to destroy the filibuster. And I know that they threaten those Supreme Court Justices. And on and on and on. Just because they wear ties and jackets. And have $150 hairdos in haircuts. Doesn't mean they're out, they're not out to destroy this country. That's what I resent. What Barr and the others? That they're not joining a fight to save this country. Instead, they're piling on. That's my problem. Back in the good old days, we Americans argued about which policies to pursue to improve the great country we love. And too often today, we find ourselves arguing about whether our country is great or not, about whether we should even love America or be ashamed of it. The

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Caller: There Are MAGA People Who Praised Storming the Capital

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Caller: There Are MAGA People Who Praised Storming the Capital

"I think that our Republicans are better. I just want to be clear and they're all extremists. I am a Democrat. But I want to be clear. There are a lot of Republicans who are fundamental Republicans who are loyal Republicans like any of the representative from Wyoming who had to leave the party because of the rise of Donald Trump. But there are people who are really supportive of that. Everyone wearing a magnet. But there are people who praise the storming of the U.S. capitol building. People who did that, people who believe every lie that Donald Trump tells. Donald Trump was going to lie and say that the lectures, but with no matter what happened, there was zero chance that Donald Trump was back in the lie because they just character. I knew this was going to happen. Years before that. So I don't know how much of it I believe I like negative Republicans. I think the chief blame relies on the social path here, Donald Trump, who's been lying to Americans for the last 30 years. I think different things even before you ran into politics. Now, are you one of those who believes Joe Biden is telling the truth when he says all of his stuff that is then proven false almost as soon as it comes out of his mouth? I try to be objective as possible. If you're talking about stuff like, are you talking about Hunter Biden or are you talking about? Yeah, the smartest, the smartest man Joe Biden knows and that all this stuff was a lie and that his son never talked to him about business dealings with his foreign partners, even though we now have emails and text and phone records. Those are outright lies by Joe Biden covering up his criminal activities of he and his son, right?

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The Simple Questions the FBI Can't Answer

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

The Simple Questions the FBI Can't Answer

"Wanted to go down there and see exactly what Trump had on them. You say Todd, that sounds ludicrous, the whole thing is ludicrous, ladies and gentlemen, all of it. The idea that you could have the FBI colluding with the Clinton campaign to buy this fake Russian dossier. Again, it's one thing if president Trump has been accused of a crime he has been charged with the crime and there is evidence of a crime. But every single time they get to that point, we realize that there is no crime committed and the president has done nothing wrong. Going back to J 6, we still don't know exactly how many FBI agents were involved in what happened on that day. We know FBI agents were there, we still don't know the involvement of the FBI in the planning and the execution of the riot at the capitol. And nobody wants to, nobody wants to talk about that. Every time they ask those questions on Capitol Hill, the FBI refuses to answer. Why is that? There is no reason why the FBI can not answer that very simple question. Unless, of course, they were a responsible for concocting this whole thing, and it just got out of control. And is that a possibility? Would that explain why in the face of all of these threats known threats that were coming in to The Pentagon and coming into the capitol building, maybe that explains why Nancy Pelosi told capitol police to stand down, maybe that's why Nancy Pelosi told the capitol police know we're not going to have additional officers here. We're good with what we've got.

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"capitol building" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | Last month

"capitol building" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports dot com. 9 O 8, get a precision AC tuna for only $69. Michael and son. African weather together on the 8th for that, we've got a Steve dresner now in the traffic center. And we'll start off in Virginia on the capitol building, traffic moving well in both directions. We're not seeing much over on three 95 or 66, finding the garrisonville area on the southbound side of 95 right before the exit for 6, ten report of a vehicle fire with at least a lane block seeing a bit of a delay on that south Beyoncé. No issues over on the northbound side leaving the Fredericksburg area all clear straight up over the aka Quan to the Springfield interchange. In the district traffic moving well, both directions on the freeway no issues to report on D.C. two 95 or iTunes 95, the incident in northeast and the clearing stages northbound bladensburg wrote it 17 street they got a lane open apparently and again, this crash activity in the clearing stages with minor delays. In Maryland, northbound branch have any right before you get to the suitland Parkway list report single lane does sketch by the crash staying in Maryland, we have utility work going on in Potomac at last report we have falls road blocked in both directions right near Burbank drive we had a down utility pole during the afternoon hours, apparently cruise are still on site making the repairs. Traffic moving pretty well on the capitol building throughout Montgomery county and prince George's county, no issues to report on 95 where the BW Parkway between the two beltways weren't good shape on two 70 and en route 50. Steve dresner, WTO traffic. Steve, thank you, not your storm team four four day forecast. Here's NBC four Samara Theodore. Today was not a bad day by any stretch. Now, as we head through the remainder of our Saturday,

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Pence says he refused to leave the Capitol

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Pence says he refused to leave the Capitol

"Former vice president Mike Pence talks about the attack on the capitol and the chance of testifying before the House select committee investigating January 6th In an Associated Press interview former vice president Mike Pence says he refused to get into a car with Secret Service agents during the attack on the U.S. capitol building because he didn't want to leave My concern is that somebody else might give an order to a Secret Service agent To simply get us out of the building Pence was asked if he's willing to testify before the House select committee investigating the insurrection There are profound constitutional issues That have to be considered If we were to receive a formal Invitation The former vice president was in Iowa which hosts the lead off Republican presidential caucuses ahead of the 2024 election I'm Tim McGuire

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"capitol building" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:15 min | Last month

"capitol building" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Am not gonna lie. This is my favorite scoop of mine as a reporter in Washington, D.C.. I cover the federal budget. I write about trillions of dollars of money, sometimes get to host this show when Joe Matthew is in, but my absolute favorite story is about the old capital stones. These are a couple hundred years old, it seems they're from the original U.S. capitol building. They were taken out of the east front of the capitol in the renovations that they did in 1958 to 62, and were dumped in a park in Washington, D.C. because what else do you do with a bunch of sandstone and marble? You don't send it to a museum. You put it in a park by an old maintenance facility. They turned into an unsanctioned destination for locals and some tourists because it's a cool thing to go see and let your kids climb over. But now they are being moved and it seems that there's been a plan for a few years to move them and not allow the public to see them. They're going to a warehouse at fort Meade in Maryland. I've heard from officials from the architect of the capitol, as well as the National Park Service. Let's talk to gene Campbell. The president of the U.S. capitol historical society and a former mayor of Cleveland. Mayor Campbell, thank you so much for joining us. I'm curious what you make of this plan. And what it says about, I guess, our tendency to take our history and sometimes honor and revere it and sometimes just dump it in the Woods. Well, I appreciate very much being on and talking about this issue. Because for us, we look at it in how did we get here? What's the historical context? The original United States Capitol dome was constructed in 1824. It was wood and copper. And by the mid 19th century, there had been expansion of the House and Senate chambers and the facilities for them, and the dome was too small in relation to the rest of the capital. And at the same time, the dome was rotting because the wood was rotting underneath the copper lining. So the new architect of the capitol then Thomas Walter proposed that we create a cast Iron Dome, the one we know today that we see today and Congress appropriated funds for that in 1855 initially. The dome was completed in 18 66 now remember what was going on at that time in this country. So think about how important it was to continue to build our temple of democracy in the midst of the Civil War. But the dome as it was completed was too wide for the center of the capitol and its it overhung the east front and over the next 90 years, the imbalanced weight damaged the original 1820 area sandstone facade on the east on the east front. And sandstone is not that sturdy of a building material. Remember, we've learned a lot about building materials over the years. And so what was happening is that the decorative art was beginning to decay, the columns were they would freeze. They would get water in them, and then they would not be stable. And so in the 1950s, Congress authorized the architect of the capital to expand the east front with a copy of the original facade, but made from a more durable marble and made in a way to balance properly. So at that point, the sandstone from the front became excess material, the stairs, and if you look at the columns were moved to the national arboretum, and you can go to the national arboretum today and see those original columns. They're displayed. There's a reflecting pool. They're interpretive signs. So you know what you're looking at. You understand that this is a preservation of history. The risk of the stone, the steps and some of the other stones were put at rock creek park. And with honestly looks kind of like a pile of rocks. Right. And so remember, in the 1950s, we didn't feel the same way about historic preservation that we do now. The national historic preservation act wasn't passed until 1966. So part of it is remembering the time that the decision was made to put the rocks there. And so what's happened now is that gradually people have begun to know that the rocks were there, but if you go out there, there's not a sign that tells you what it is, and now there's a fence around it, but before there was a fence around it, it was a pile of rocks and if you looked very carefully at it, you could see the intricate carving that had been done by the Italian craftsmen who came as stone carvers. But there was no memory of it. And I've noticed you can see like a code, a letter and a number on some of them where it guided where they'd put it. I'm curious, and I've heard from people who have complained that they don't want these to go away. Why not put these in the arboretum? I understand it took a lot of effort from people like Ethel Garrett and the Friends of the national arboretum to put the columns, the original east front

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Sebastian Talks With Rep. Matt Gaetz About Liz Cheney's Election Loss

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:37 min | Last month

Sebastian Talks With Rep. Matt Gaetz About Liz Cheney's Election Loss

"To say nah nah nah, goodbye Liz Cheney. Are you celebrating Matt Gaetz? I believe I was the first Republican to travel to Wyoming and to lay out the case against Liz Cheney from a policy standpoint, a political standpoint. At one point I had the record for the largest political rally in Wyoming history that did not include a rodeo element, but of course president Trump shattered that when he went to Casper Wyoming as rightfully he should. So hang on, hang on, you didn't get on a rodeo. You didn't ride rodeo, Matt. I'm disappointed. I am a Florida man. Anything you can not get on in flip flops. I would be very hesitant to engage upon. Surfboard a wakeboard. That I can do with John boat, a paddle board, but no interest in the rodeo activity for this Florida man. What I will say is that this is a verdict of sorts. This is the ultimate verdict on the January 6th committee. Now Seb, they told us that the January 6th committee was going to blow the top off the capitol building. Remember when Jamie Raskin told this that will instead all it did was blow the tires out of Liz Cheney's political career. They told us this would be this great shift in all of the political tectonic plates in our country that everyone would abandon president Trump and the reality is that the January 6th really deprivation of the facts, the misuse of process, the unwillingness to have both sides present and questioning those who came before the committee. It ended up calcifying and solidifying support for president Trump,

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Reports: FBI Knows More About Jan. 6 Bomber, Withholding Video

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:40 min | Last month

Reports: FBI Knows More About Jan. 6 Bomber, Withholding Video

"A new report out that the FBI, this is from the gateway pundit, the FBI knows more about whoever planted the bombs outside of the RNC and DNC headquarters than they had previously led on. Anybody else find that odd that we have yet to know who actually planted those devices, especially since the whole thing was captured on camera. Anybody concerned about that? Now according to revolver news, the FBI is hiding security video footage of the January 6 pipe bomber planting the bombs. Congressman Jim Jordan sent a letter to the FBI director Chris wray in March. Regarding the investigation, according to that letter, now members of Congress are accusing the FBI FBI of withholding information. So why is it that the FBI doesn't want you to see the video footage of the suspect planting the bombs at the RNC and DNC? I have a theory about that. Is it possible that the reason why the FBI doesn't want you to see that video is because it was in fact the FBI that planted the bombs? Is that, is that a possibility? Why is it that the FBI has yet to explain how many of their agents, how many of their staffers were involved in the plotting and the execution of what happened on January 6th at the capitol building?

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Capitol rioter Guy Reffitt sentenced to more than 7 years in prison

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Capitol rioter Guy Reffitt sentenced to more than 7 years in prison

"A man who stormed the U.S. capitol on January 6th of last year gets 7 years in prison Guy ruffin has been sentenced to 87 months or 7 years and three months behind bars That's two years longer than the previous longest sentence for a capital riot defendant But it is less than half of the length of the 15 year term requested by a federal prosecutor according to a court filing prosecutors say ruffin told other members of the Texas three percenters militia group that he planned to drag House speaker Nancy Pelosi out of the capitol building by her ankles with

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Kash Patel: Pres. Trump Was Concerned About Security Across the U.S.

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Kash Patel: Pres. Trump Was Concerned About Security Across the U.S.

"That the president mentioned the National Guard at a concern for security at the capitol building What exactly did he say to the best year recollection Sure It was a meeting you don't really forget because we were discussing something totally unrelated to the protection of America's national security interests which is what DoD does Then at the end the president asked us to stay and discuss the security posture for any of the events leading up to January 6th and on January 6th So not just for Washington D.C. but for across America because he knew there was gatherings that have been discussed on social media and events we're going to take place in Washington So he asked questions about the security posture and what he could do or what could be done to enhance it especially in Washington So he was concerned about security throughout the country and especially in Washington correct Yep that's right That's what you just said That's what he said correct Yes That's my recollection That's a summary of it yes

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No Charges for 'Late Show' Crew Arrested on Capitol Hill

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 2 months ago

No Charges for 'Late Show' Crew Arrested on Capitol Hill

"It's kind of a little more time mister producer figuring out who this guy graves is This U.S. attorney in Washington I mean he's more political than any U.S. attorney in my lifetime And he's cold blooded He lets the covert 9 go Who are in the capitol building illegally Yes misdemeanors but nonetheless illegally And he drops the charges He doesn't throw the book at him and make him plead it down No he drops the charges Meanwhile look what's going on here As recently as March the Department of Justice was seeking additional prosecutors from around the country To work on the capital ride investigation for two year terms According to a job posting suggesting officials expect a protracted projected investigation in court cases Top Justice Department leaders and prosecutors on the case have said they aren't taking cues from the congressional inquiry Didn't they just say they were I mean what is this And it's widely televised hearing stressing that they're investigation is operating separately But the two investigations at times appear to be following similar tracks People familiar with the department's probe of said criminal subpoenas have tended to closely follow requests Issued by the committee revealed

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AOC Confronts Troll Calling Her His 'Favorite Big Booty Latina'

The Officer Tatum Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

AOC Confronts Troll Calling Her His 'Favorite Big Booty Latina'

"I don't know if you guys know who prom times Stein is if you look him up on the YouTube piece of comedian and he's incredibly funny and he is the biggest conservative troll ever. And I love it because he started trolling at city council meetings, I believe city council meetings where he would go and he would give ridiculous rap songs. He would play these characters and do all types of things in these meetings where the city's required to allow citizens to speak. And that's how he would be able to convey his messages of disdain or messages of necessary improvement for the city. He would convey them those videos will be entertaining and go viral. Now he's taking a troll into another level because now he's flying to D.C. and he's trolling people and he's exposing the Democrats and finally we have somebody on our side that's willing to be a massive troll against the left is lunatics. So I want y'all to see how him and AOC kind of bump heads. I believe she was walking to the capitol building and he said some things to her that I thought was absolutely hilarious, given the fact that he's a comedian, it was the perfect troll to get AOC to engage. And then we're going to listen to what AOC said about the interaction and how she plays the victim every time words are coming out of her mouth. Let's play the first clip with prom's time Stein. AOC, my favorite big booty Latina. I love you, AOC. You're my favorite. She wants to kill babies, but she's still beautiful. You look very beautiful in that dress. You look very sexy. Look at that booty on AOC. That's my favorite big booty Latina. My favorite AOC, nice to meet you ASC. Look how sexy she looks at that dress. Oh, I love it, AOC.

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No One Can Explain the Legitimacy of the Jan. 6 Hearings

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 2 months ago

No One Can Explain the Legitimacy of the Jan. 6 Hearings

"But I can settle something, I tried this yesterday with some left leaning callers and Trump hating callers. I said, tell me how legitimate the January 6th committee hearing is. And nobody can answer that because I can prove that it's not. Has this 8 second clip, an excerpt from Trump's speech, and I apologize in advance for playing it for the 9 millionth time. But this is what he actually said on January 6th. I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the capitol building. To peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard has that ever been played at the January 6th select committee hearing? Honest question, Derek, can you find out, can anybody tell me the answer to that question? Do you suppose that just because I know the media has censored it? I know the media won't touch that clip. I know the Trump hating mainstream media is afraid to ever let you hear that. That was part of now admittedly, he said other things too. He said, we got to fight. We got to fight for the country. Now you might say, oh, that's an insurrection. That's code for riot. Listen, that's fine. If you're that goofy, knock yourself out. But you can't avoid the truth that he said those words. I know you're going to peacefully protest on the capitol. That was from the president's speech that day. January

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Kash Patel: Hutchinson Was Not Present When Trump Offered Nat'l Guard

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Kash Patel: Hutchinson Was Not Present When Trump Offered Nat'l Guard

"Cass hutchison was she in that meeting with your group with the president of the United States when the president of the United States decided to offer up to 20,000 guardsmen to protect the capitol building Yeah I mean that's it not to be live about it Mark but junior staffers who sit far away from the Oval Office and have nothing to do with the national security of the United States or nowhere near those meetings And rightfully so the Oval Office is a skiff It's a secure compartment of information facility where we were discussing with the president some of the most sensitive national security operations unrelated Obviously the January 6th that's why I remember that meeting So vividly because the Department of Defense under president Trump did not stop our no fail mission and we continued on that morning But let me be clear she was not in that meeting correct No one else is in that meeting other than the 5 people I listed except for maybe one other person coming in and out But not her Not her She

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Dinesh Answers a Listener Question About January 6th

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:47 min | 3 months ago

Dinesh Answers a Listener Question About January 6th

"Time for our next question, take a listen. Hi dinesh. I have a question I have not heard at rest. Before about the so called January 6th insurrection. Could you disseminate the most extreme outcome? Often the capitol building is equated with democracy. If the rioters had fully taken over, disarmed all the security and taken every one hostage, what would have happened would all 50 states simply have surrendered and a mob would have taken control of the whole country or what could have happened. This is really a tremendous question and it's a tremendous question because it's strikes at the underlying inanity of the claims by many on the left. Democrats, the January 6th committee, that this was an attempt to take over of the government. And really what the question is doing is saying, well, let's see. Let's see. Would the government actually have been taken over, true, the capitol building is the place where Congress meets. It is the venue for you may say, conducting the legislative business of government. But nevertheless, let's say that there is a successful capital occupation. And by the way, you can make the point even clearer by ignoring January 6th, and imagining an occupation of the capital by the left or by the right. So let's say, for example, the Supreme Court issues a decision, striking down roe versus wade. And a bunch of left wing activists go into the capitol, they occupy the capital, they make everybody leave, they have, quote, taken over the capital. And the question is, have they taken over the U.S. government? Are they now in charge of the United States? Are they going to be appointing ambassadors, concluding treaties? Are they going to be running the United States and would the rest of the country go? Well, you know what? We've got some new rulers in America and they're not the congressmen we elected they're not the senators we elected. There's this, there's this bunch of goons that went in there and are basically now declaring themselves to be in charge. Well, that's ridiculous. That is absurd. If these guys occupied the capitol in relatively short order, there would be a police regiment that would surround the capitol and put on some bullhorns and say, guys, peacefully leave the building right now. And of course, upon leaving, they would be put into handcuffs and arrested. Or we are going to have S.W.A.T. teams storm the building, and if you offer forceful resistance, you are likely to be killed.

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Bob Cesca Doesn't Understand Why People Are Willing to Die for Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:45 min | 3 months ago

Bob Cesca Doesn't Understand Why People Are Willing to Die for Trump

"So your thoughts on what we've heard so far from everybody thus to this point regarding January 6th. I mean, your thoughts about the people testifying and what's been said so far. The thing I can't get beyond Jody is the bigger picture, which is that so many people, whether we're talking about the foot soldiers on the ground who did all the hard work, or the people in the inner circle who planned this whole coup. I still can't believe that they took this caliber of risk in support of this game show host con man. That's the thing that has always confounded me that all of this that we're going through right now. These hearings and all the trouble, grand juries and investigations. And people going to prison. I mean, for good stretches of time in some cases, it's all in service of Donald Trump. There was a clip from last Thursday nights. I think it was our two when they were covering the Proud Boys. There was a clip from one of the insurrectionists. I think it was inside the rotunda of the capitol building, and they were on camera phone and the guy said, I'm willing to lay down my life if it requires it. Is it that for Donald Trump? For that ridiculous cartoon character from New York City that we've been making fun of for 50 years for God's sake. As long as I've been around, Donald Trump has been this. This goofball, who, you know, no one really takes all that seriously. And maybe that was part of the problem. Maybe all of that, that finger pointing and laughing is what caused all of it. But I don't know, I don't think so. I think this is all about his basic inability to accept

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Ratings Prove No One Cares About January 6 Hearings

The Officer Tatum Show

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Ratings Prove No One Cares About January 6 Hearings

"Nobody care about people pushing and shoving and going into the capitol building. And then walking out on their own accord. So can somebody explain to me how to, I had an argument with a guy about this and I said, who made the people in January 6th leave? Was it the National Guard? No, it wasn't. Was it the capitol police know they were, they got overrun. The people left. That is the weakest insurrection I've ever heard in my life. They left. Nobody wants to hear them continue this conversation about this. Is anybody going to go to jail over it that haven't already been put in jail in all released? No. Is Donald Trump going to be here responsible impossible?

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No, January 6 Was Not an Insurrection

The Officer Tatum Show

01:27 min | 3 months ago

No, January 6 Was Not an Insurrection

"Finish the conversation about January 6th. Because, you know, I am convinced that people are losing their minds and out of control when it comes to January 6th. I have seen plenty of individuals who have came out and called January 6th and insurrection. It's very clear to me there's no such insurrection that has occurred on January 6th. Why? And let me just say this. I went down to the capitol building multiple cage. I've been to The White House multiple times. And while at The White House, on basic events of some of us going and talking to Donald Trump and all of that sort, they completely use guardrails, dump trucks, block off all access points to all major capitol buildings. I mean, portions of the capitol building, The White House, everything. It's completely blocked off. Now you're telling me the intelligence community, the FBI, and you know the infiltrated, their infiltrate everything that goes on in the United States of America, that somehow Donald Trump was pre planning a takeover of the capitol building, our government didn't know nothing about it. And they didn't even prepare in case for it to happen.

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How the Left Conflates Peaceful Protest With Intimidation

The Officer Tatum Show

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

How the Left Conflates Peaceful Protest With Intimidation

"You show it to a man's house, you walk up on his lawn and you're screaming obscenities against him, threatening him, and he makes a decision based on coercion, that's against the law. You can't do that. A reasonable president would have indicated that what's the point of yelling at the man at his house? How about you do X, Y, Z to actually accomplish something? I don't believe in going to people's house and protest. Man, let that people protest them at the capitol building. Protest them there. Don't protest people at their residence. What is that going to do? They're going to do anything.

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Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein: Trump Worse Than Nixon

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 4 months ago

Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein: Trump Worse Than Nixon

"The two of a warm personal relationship of fundamentally disagree on what needs to be done to reform America's election laws So this is about reforming America's election laws not protecting the capitol building Liz is much more conservative as far as what kinds of changes she wants to have done one source told him wow really So they decided the ladies and gentlemen make a much too long story short not to air their differences in public and to wait until after their united front for the cameras Then they'll go back and work out their differences And of course yesterday Sunday they turned to the likes of Woodward and Bernstein To tell us what's really going on What's taking place and of course they tell us that Trump is actually worse than Nixon But Nicholson defined corruption but Trump is even worse Oh yes Use the only president who has been seditious the only one in American history has been seditious

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"capitol building" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"capitol building" Discussed on WTOP

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"capitol building" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"capitol building" Discussed on WTOP

"With a very widely scattered Highs on Saturday in the mid to upper 70s and by Sunday look for a high in the low 80s I'm storm team four meteorologist Mike stenner 65 now at Reagan national the same at BWI Marshall we have 64 at dulles going down tonight to the 40s to lower 50s It's 9 40 UFOs will land at the capitol building next week at least the topic of UFOs will A house panel hearing one week from today will discuss unidentified flying objects or what are also known as UAP unidentified aerial phenomena House intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff tweeting today that the hearing will give the public a chance to hear from experts on one of the greatest mysteries of our time He adds that Americans deserve full transparency about UFOs joining me now more to talk about it Brian bender a senior national correspondent for Politico where he focuses on The Pentagon NASA and the defense and aerospace industry is now Brian this will be the first public hearing on UFOs in decades Why now Well this is sort of in a couple of years in the making If you go back to 2017 that's when it became public that The Pentagon did have at least a very small UFO research operation That was also when some navy pilots came forward publicly with their testimony about some encounters that they reported off of the decks of the aircraft carriers And Congress has sort of been digging into this slowly but surely a couple of oversight committees a number of members have quite publicly called for more investigation Legislation passed in December the national defense authorization act requires The Pentagon to apply a lot more resources to this target set so to speak and to report back to Congress So this is really the result of that There's been some closed door briefings that we know of in recent weeks But this will be the first public hearing as you mentioned on this topic since 1966 when Ben congressman Gerald Ford actually convened a hearing on this but obviously it's been half a century and times have changed The military has done a lot of talk in recent years since about 2017 2018 regarding UFOs and some of it has been very surprising to many people Can you talk a bit about what they've done Well The Pentagon has basically talked more publicly than they have in the long long time about you know dozens and dozens of these incursions into military airspace Or over to sensitive facilities In some cases by aircraft or drones that seem to exhibit aerodynamic characteristics it defy at least what we think we know about technology And so I think there are members of Congress that are concerned that number one we should get to the bottom of this in the event that it's some technological breakthrough that for example an adversary might have achieved that we don't know about People think that's very unlikely since these reports have been happening for years and years If that were true it would be a huge intelligence failure The Pentagon says that director of national intelligence says that it's not ours So these are not as far as we know some secret aircraft program that is so classified that even the congressional oversight committees don't know about it And so I think there's just more and more concern There's less stigma including in the political sphere I mean whether it's senator Marco Rubio or congressman Andre Carson from Indiana who's holding this hearing next week they're freer to talk about it and they basically couch it in terms that for example if these had Russian or Chinese markings on them we probably would be doing a whole lot more than we are So why not get to the bottom of it And they've really had to push The Pentagon to do this because I think it's a mission The Pentagon is sort of puzzled about and doesn't really know where to begin Do you think this hearing will have real accomplishments at the end of it Yeah that's a good question I think my expectations would be pretty low I think there'll be a lot of process In other words if the recent legislation requires The Pentagon to create a new UFO research operation there might be a lot of questions about what they're doing how much money they're spending who's doing what How much they're going to get into what they really think they know in terms of classified information I don't know there's going to be much of that in a public session But you know we may be surprised I mean the members of Congress I think want to do this in part because they want to educate not just themselves but the public as well So it'll be interesting to hear what depending on has to say when they're asked about how many more of these sightings are there Do they believe they have a sense of what kind of technologies they are Do they have any suspects so to speak Thank you Brian We really appreciate it Happy to do it And we will be watching that as Brian bender senior national correspondent for.

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"capitol building" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Riot of the U. S Capitol building in the months since hundreds of riders stormed the U. S. Capitol Capitol police chief Yoga Nonda picnics. His officers are dealing with physical injuries and middle health. They were engaged and hand to hand combat. Assaulted with chemical irritants and Tasers. Pittman expect significant changes to the policies and procedures following reviews, including an assessment led by retired Lieutenant General Russel Honore. U. S. Capitol. Police have faced criticism for failing to respond to intelligence threats and taking preventative measures. Top security officials in the House and Senate resigned. Jared Halpern. Fox knew wasn't three months since the November election. The vote counting is finally ended in New York state judge ordering the state to certify Claudia Tenney as the winner of New York's 22nd congressional District. After numerous ballot challenges. She's won back her old seat from incumbents Anthony Brindisi by 109 votes, although he's hinted that another appeal and social media postings Partial Supreme Court victory for California church is fighting the state's curl the virus restrictions. A splintered Supreme Court has grated partial relief to California churches there were fighting the state to resume indoor worship services. Some churches are allowed to re opening your services. Thanks to the ruling, Chief Justice John Roberts voted with the majority writing the capacity limits, quote. Appears to reflect on expertise or discretion. But instead of insufficient appreciation or consideration of the interest and stake, the order does not lift a 25% capacity restrictions nor allowed for singing and chanting measures. The churches were also seeking. High court's three liberal justices dissented in Washington Shall Mantle, Fox News and on Jack Callahan..

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"capitol building" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"S. Capitol building in the months since hundreds of riders stormed the U. S. Capitol Capitol police chief Yoga non dip it mixes officers were dealing with physical injuries and middle health. They were engaged and hand to hand combat. Assaulted with chemical irritants and Tasers. Pittman expect significant changes to the policies and procedures following reviews, including an assessment led by retired Lieutenant General Russel Honore. U. S. Capitol. Police have faced criticism for failing to respond to intelligence threats and taking preventative measures. Top security officials in the House and Senate resigned. Jared Halpern. Fox knew more than three months since the November election. The vote counting is finally ended her New York state judge ordering the state to certify Claudia Tenney as the winner of New York's 22nd congressional District. After numerous ballot challenges. She's won back her old seat from incumbents Anthony Brindisi by 109 votes, although he's hinted that another appeal and social media postings a partial Supreme Court victory for California church is fighting the state's curled a virus restrictions. A splintered Supreme Court has granted partial relief to California churches. They were fighting the state to resume indoor worship services. Some churches are allowed to re opening your services. Thanks to the ruling, Chief Justice John Roberts voted with the majority writing the capacity limits, quote. Appears to reflect on expertise or discretion. But instead of insufficient appreciation or consideration of the interest and stake, the order does not lift a 25% capacity restrictions nor allowed for singing and chanting measures. The churches were also seeking. Hi cords. Three liberal justices dissented in Washington Shall Mantle, Fox News and on Jack Callahan. This'd is Fox News..

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"capitol building" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"All right, let's get this show started, and we're going to talk about what a crazy week it has been in technology, just somebody different things that have been happening. I'm not even sure where to begin. I mean, days after the attack at the U. S Capitol building. There were all these sweeping changes on social media. And right now you won't find accounts belonging to outgoing President Donald Trump on any social platform. From Facebook to Twitter, YouTube to Snapchat and everything in between. The accounts were pulled over concerns of more violence that are leading up to the inauguration of president like Joe Biden. And it didn't stop with Trump and colleagues. One service was just Totally shut down. This was astounding to me that this could happen. I'm talking about parlor and its claim to fame was that there was no censorship. And basically you could post whatever you wanted to post as long as it complied with FCC guidelines. So you know, no nudity, no sex, no violence, things like that. And it was huge among conservatives and also the extreme far right. But after what happened in D, C, google and Apple, they both told parlor to, you know, get the violence. Get the threatening posts under control, or you're gonna be gone from the APP store. And they weren't bluffing. Parlor was removed from both Google and Apple and then Amazon gilt of final blow later by deciding that it's a W s Cloud service would no longer host the APP for the site, effectively, just shutting it down. You know a lot of companies. They don't have their own servers. They use Amazon's Web services in the cloud Teofilo end and to fuel their business. Rather So now Parlor is suing Amazon while trying to find another service to host it. And right before shutting down. Ah, hacker grab just about every post that was made on parlor, even ones that have been deleted and a data trove, roughly 70 terabytes and size and all that has been archived. And it's not just the post. The GPS data also included the league, which showed which parlor users were outside the Capitol in January, 6 so chose chose to show you the party really didn't have its security act together. Okay, back to the hand about the accounts being pulled from the various social platforms. Okay, parlor Totally shut down. And in case you're wondering, Cause my email box has just been flooded. Yes, private companies have the right to kick you out for violating their terms of service. That's not protected free speech. And it's still pretty rich, coming from big tech that's never managed, ever to get rid of manageable content ever so regardless of where your political beliefs are right this moment. We just witnessed the power of Big Tex most ruthless players in action. And it should just give you an idea. Just how much power and control these companies like like Amazon and Facebook and Google that they really have, and they took a hit in the process since pulling Trump's accounts Facebook so nearly $48 billion wiped out in market value 48 billion Twitter lost about 3.5 billion And now that parlor's gone, at least for now, What's next? So yeah. Facebook, Instagram Twitter, Others still around. But again, posting anything that seemed to violate the terms of service could get you blocked your account put into time out. So we're now seeing other acts like signal and telegram in huge spikes and a big bump in right wing social hour gap, and then they're always more options like encrypted messaging through signal. And if you were afraid that 2021 was going to be a seamless continuation, carbon copy of 2020. Don't worry. This year is crafting a completely different image, and it's only It's only mid January. So because of all the email that I've been getting and the posts on social media asking me like you know what's going on. And how can I get away from big tech? Is I wrote a U. S. A Today column that you can read over on our site today, and USA today will probably post in the next couple of days. We always posted first on our site. But everybody's asking me and what can we do about the Big five? Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft? I mean, what can you do to get away from all this? Well, there are lesser known options. Aside from Apple and Google owned Android phones, there's the light phone runs on Lenox. It doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles. If you don't want to use Google, you can use duct up. Go, then you don't have to buy everything that you needed Amazon. Of course. I mean, you could go to Wal Mart and Target and hey, even your local stores would love to have your business. Social media is tricky, okay? Well, you know, it's hard is you.

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"capitol building" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is that inciting people to do the wrong thing? Is that inciting insurrection? No, it wasn't inside the Capitol building, but it was burning down private businesses. So you mean to tell me that it's worse? I do think it is worse because of the significance of the capital to a certain degree, but just because the politicians air inside that building Doesn't make it worse for the people that lose their businesses or lose their property when somebody decides to set fires. So instead of us trying to move forward with a new president in seven days, we're going to argue back and forth because the people that are in favor of impeachment were also people that defended protesters. And they made a distinction between the people that were pro testing and their right to do it and the people that did the wrong thing by causing physical damage. They didn't go out into the streets and defend physical damage, although some of them said I can't believe there isn't more. There's going to be Mork Chris Cuomo, who said they have to be peaceful. When you agree with the principal. You're okay with violent protest, I guess. And in this case, no one that I know of was okay with what happened in that Capitol building. But to impeach the president with seven days left furthers this fight and this argument because there are a lot of people looking at Nancy Pelosi and say, Wait a minute you were in the streets with people after buildings were burned down in D C, including historic church. You went out there with those protesters. That didn't mean she Condoned violence, But she made a clear distinction that those protesters still had a right to be there. And this is the kind of fight that will continue. And you know when you you want peace, there's got to be peace in you. And there's no peace in these people, at least not yet. If peace means shut up and do what we say There's never going to be peace. Peace is a mutual understanding that there has been good behavior and bad behavior on both sides, and both sides want to come to the agreement that for the betterment of the country, let's behave differently and let's do what's best for the country. That's piece. So what do they want? Because you're never going to get Americans to shut up and just go along. Not in this political climate. If you want peace. There has to be a recognition from both sides that there has been good and bad from both sides, and we want to continue the good We want to limit the bad and we want to fight the way we're going to for the betterment of America. That's what peace looks like. Having this fight right now about impeachment is still anger and it's still destruction. It's doing it through legal channels. But this is about the complete political destruction of Donald Trump. How is that looking forward? Remember the vote happens between one and two o'clock Arizona time. So you want to keep it locked here and Katie are with breaking news happens. You're gonna hear it. If you haven't downloaded the APP, download the case.

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"capitol building" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"They're going to find out what happened on Wall Street. Certainly, as we saw a little bit of selling pressure there come through. Bloomberg's that Kristina can explain all in the ramifications for the Asian session. Well, Rashad, I think we can agree. There are many reasons for markets to be cautious. These days. Equities here in the states were down from records. Actually, we felt for the first time. In about five sessions. Now the S and P. If you look at what happened within the broader market, we were down and this decline was led by consumer discretionary. Some of the communication services. Stocks were also weak today. On the other hand energy, the biggest gainer At the end of the day, the Dow was off about 3/10 of 1%. We had the S and P closing down about 7/10 of 1% NASDAQ comp weaker by about 1.3% 1 of the bright spots. Eli Lilly shares rallying nearly 12%, the company's experimental Alzheimer's drug showing some promise in mid stage clinical trials. The dollar continued to rally. This is going to be one of the big stories that we're going to be talking about on the program tonight. Bloomberg dollars spot Index up about a half of 1%. This is the third week of gains or I should say, third day day of gains for the biggest game that we have seen in about three weeks after that period of time Bloomberg intelligence saying that move is being fueled by leverage short covering And new demand, given the higher Treasury yields that we're seeing 10 year now is at 1.14%. And with that stronger dollar a weaker yen, which sets us up, Brian for maybe a little positivity. When the Japanese market comes back online after a holiday yesterday. Yeah, we're seeing an interesting sort of consolidation is quite comfortable for the Bulls, where money comes out of the high flyers. The big momentum stocks and flows back into value that keeps it sort of where you don't have a big correction doesn't continue, though. We'll put that to Alicia Levin. I'm a big fan of her. She's chief strategist at B. N Y Mellon Investment Management. Should be coming up in a few moments, so technology companies are trying to contain the backlash here after moving toe limit online publishing for some entities, Amazon ended Web hosting service for the conservative social Media platform parlor. Amazon said it can't support content that encourages violence and parlous traffic surged when Twitter and Facebook band President Trump that followed the riot at Camp at the U. S Capitol building last week. Now parlor is suing Amazon alleging antitrust infraction parlors, asking a U. S district judge to immediately issue a temporary order to keep the site operating while this litigation plays out. More companies of reviewing their policies on political contributions. After last week's right in Washington, Facebook, Google and Microsoft say they will pulls political contributions. At the same time, Airbnb an Intel adopted new policies of not donating to US candidates who voted against Joe Biden's election certification beyond the tech industry. Banking giants Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and J. P. Morgan, opposing their political contributions, and American Airlines will take a three month break from donations. Carly Fiorina is former CEO here. Look pack up, She says Silence is no longer an option for these companies. President Trump was calling this election rigged and a fraud for a least nine months. President Trump tweeted liberate Michigan and applauded when people with assault rifles Assaulted the capital in Lansing, Michigan. This has been building the business community's silence during that build will get examined, although there Actions now are surely welcome. Despite the latest actions, the impact may not be felt for months and next federal elections and not until November. 2022 companies also don't have control over contributions made by their executives, Lobbyists on major shareholders some of those phrases rich back to social media, Facebook said it's banning the phrase stop the steel from its platforms. All right. The time is just about six minutes here past ER, Let's get a news update. Now House Democrats introducing an impeachment article to move forward this week at Baxter has global news from the 9 16 years from Ed. Yeah, thanks, Brian. You're right. The processes this caveat is of Vice President Mike Pence, moves ahead, invoking the 25th amendment. Think then the House will not proceed that will be debated and voted on tomorrow. The 25th amendment, then Wednesday will be debate and vote on impeachment. 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"capitol building" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"The Capitol building that somehow Thies individuals knew to go to to get into to take Elektronik, so he's questioning. How they would have known to target and office like that, unless they had helped. The Army is investigating Captain Emily Rainy. She's resigned her commission after leading a group from North Carolina to the fateful Trump rally last week. She insists they did not enter the capital. President elect you'll Biden has picked longtime diplomat William Burns to be his CIA chief. His inauguration in nine days now has a theme America United. That's the theme of next week's inauguration, according to the Biden Presidential inaugural committee. The group also announced a display of more than 190,000 flags will be placed along the National Mall to represent those who can't attend the festivities. After his swearing in President elect Biden and Vice President elect Harris will be joined by former living presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton for a wreath laying at Arlington National Cemetery. Cole Killian, CBS News Wilmington, Well, California's Cove It death toll now tops 30,000 for the pandemic With more than 1300 fatalities reported last weekend. CBS Is Debra Alpher own no. Where is it is dire, as in California, where more people are dying due to colder than all other causes of death combined our moment to be scared straight. What's also troubling is who's dying. Health officials in L. A county say 14% of victims had no underlying medical conditions. That's double what it was at the start of the pandemic, the Dow was down 14. This is.

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"capitol building" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"He is not actually acknowledged by almost anybody anymore and yet twitter says he's a world leader and they also say he condemned the thing. He's obviously done. it's just. It's just painfully stupid to watch these people try to eat. Pass their own lies. Well here's another example. Protesters storm and vandalized legislative legislative council as anarchy violence engulf the hong kong government center. Remember that in hong kong. We all saw that. It was all big. Well that's pretty much a similar scenario. The what they're claiming we just saw right. What we've seen pelosi and everybody else say. This is a kme insurrection. But guess what pelosi said about the thing that happened in hong kong. She says and this is what you're talking about. Literally those people and what happened in hong kong she says it's a beautiful sight to behold and i commend the courage of the there for speaking out in light of china's actions in hong kong. Okay so you're four. The exact thing that happened in dc when it happens to your enemies and you'll it on his democracy but when it happens in place where you can abuse it in your own way. Which is the same thing happening here. Well then it's horrible in its insurrection. You're disgusting hypocrite. And it's not about truth or protecting anybody. It's about using anything in front of you benefit your career. That's what's happening. It's pretty pathetic. But it's everywhere you will see example the board of people who are willing to cheer on what happened in venezuela or rather what he floundering failed to do in a very diverse bearing. It's very embarrassing. For the fifth time. They've tried to push that feeble now and it over to overtake venezuela. But it's the same thing he tried to do. What on what we're seeing that. There's white house officials that are resigning from their posts in the wake of all of this which is important to include. But i'm not sure how to take that whether that means that you could argue. These people were all the whole time. Part of an effort to manipulate. His cat candidate his cabinet herb administration or whether these are people that are just cutting cutting their losses and get out because they see the things that are chasing the writing on the wall which in a way makes them sort of cowards. Right because you want just last out the last few days but the argument. The media's taking is that they're just so offended by what happened that they're going to resign and it's more so about their political careers than anything else but we have. Sarah mathews deputy press secretary announcing her resignation from the administration. Sef stephanie grisham. First lady of mill malania trump's chief of staff firstly blinding trump's team staff and she was the first to submitted resignation. Deputy national security adviser. Matthew pontiac also resigned anna christie. A- ricky ni- sita the white house social secretary also resigned. What is the social secretary exactly. Is that like social media..

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"capitol building" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Uh-huh welcome to the daily. Wrap up a concise show dedicated to bring you the most relevant independent news as we see it from the.

"capitol building" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The three. All right, Laurie and pretty chilly start. We're out there right around the freezing mark. We'll have sunshine today in a high of 42 degrees. Friday Saturday into Sunday. We probably going to be staying in the thirties, but we'll have sunshine all the way through the weekend Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good morning. I'm Jim McKay. Here are the five things you need to know. At 5 45 breaking news this morning. The electoral votes now certified for Joe Biden and Kamila Harris just after 3 30 this morning after the Capitol building was stormed by supporters of President Trump on Wednesday the president out with a statement this morning, saying he disagrees with the election results, But there will be a quote, orderly transition on January 20th day of the inauguration. Reports from CBS News members of the president's Cabinet ready to present like Pence a proposal for the 25th amendment, which would work to remove the president from office in his final days. In the latest covert 19 case count from the Department of Public Health over 6400 new cases reported on Wednesday. 99 new deaths on We continue our top story this morning we heard from President Trump this morning through a statement from his office of Communications. And he will commit to an orderly transition of power soon after Congress confirmed President elect Joe Biden's election win and following the storming of the capital by a group of his supporters, with latest this morning now from CBS News, CBS News Special Report..

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"capitol building" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Wednesday. There was no precedent for a president inciting citizens to storm the capital. And it's been more than one hundred fifty years dating back to the civil war since a large group of lawmakers gave comfort to an insurrection but all that changed after president. Donald trump invited his diehard fans to washington filled their heads with lies that he had been cheated out of the election. And that vice president. Mike pence could overturn the result unilaterally and pointed a mom of them in the direction of congress. What ensued was one of the ugliest days for democracy in living. Memory trump has spent weeks whipping up his supporters with false allegations of fraud in the november third election culminating in a coal to march to the building that represents us democracy trump who has refused to concede that he lost a democratic president. Elect joe biden had urged his supporters multiple times to come to washington for a rally on wednesday the day the us house of representatives and senate was scheduled to set the results of the electoral college. They turned out in the thousands to hear the president say they should march on the capitol building to express their anger at the voting process and to pressure their elected officials to reject the results. We're going to walk down to the capital and we're going to cheer on our brave senators and congressmen and women. Trump told the crowd standing behind safety. Glass the white house as a backdrop speaking what is likely to be his last rally. As the sitting. President trump exhorted his supporters to fight. We will never give up. We will never concede trum said about fifty minutes into the speech. Some of his supporters waving trump flags began heading toward capitol hill. Where unprecedented mayhem ensued. Protested slipped easily through barricades with police filmed allowing protesters through storms the building and entered lawmakers chambers. The certification process was stopped and vice president. Mike pence and members of congress were evacuated lawmakers and staff members. Were hiding under tables hunkered in lockdowns saying prayers and seeing the fruits of the country's divisions up close and violent guns withdrawn a woman. A fourteen year veteran of the us air force was shot and killed trump flag hung on the capital. The graceful rotunda reeked of tear-gas glass shattered the pro-trump mall took over the presiding officers chair in the senate. They mocked its leaders posing for photos in the office of nancy pelosi one with his feet propped on her desk. Another sitting in the same seat. Vice president mike pence that occupied only moments before during the proceedings to certify the electoral college vote on wednesday hallowed spaces of american democracy one after another yielded to the occupation of congress. This began as a day of reckoning for president. Donald trump's few tall attempt to cling to power as congress took up the certificates in process of joe biden's victory it devolved into scenes of fear and agony. That left a prime ritual. American democracy in tatters. If you don't fight like hell you're not going to have a country anymore. Trump said let the weak ones get out. This is a time for strength. He announced his lawyer rudy. Giuliani said to the crowd. Let's have trial by combat. Trump told his morning crowd that he would go with them to the capital. But he didn't instead. He sent them off with incendiary rhetoric and watch the coup in delight on television from the protection of the white house as night fell. A capital officials said the building had been cleared but outside some way from the grounds scores of protesters remained including members of militia and far right groups as criticism mounted that he'd incited a riot. Trump was urged to say more by a trump loyalist house. Republican leader kevin mccarthy and some of the advises who remain in the white house for he's dwindling days in office. Eventually trump posted a recorded video on twitter. I know you'll hurt. We had an election that was stolen from us. It was a landslide. Election trump said repeating familiar falsehoods. But you have to go home now. He said shortly after posting the video received a twitter warning before the company locked. Trump's account altogether trump's failure to rein in his supporters stood in sharp contrast to his attitude last summer when he threatened arrests in the use of force to break up protests against racial inequality. When black lives matter protesters would tear teargassed and disappeared from the streets by unmarked police in rented vehicles.

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"capitol building" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Radio special chaos at the Capitol. I'm your host, Ryan Gorman. Lots of information coming in. Let me get you caught up on a couple different things. There's breaking news from Facebook. They have stated and I'm quoting here. We've assessed to policy violations against President Trump's page, which will result in a 24 hour feature block, meaning he will lose the ability to post on the platform during that time. So the president has now been blocked off of Facebook and Twitter. And the video that he put out earlier today has been removed on YouTube as well. And Susan Collins had this to say, walking back to the Senate floor just a little while ago quote it was Horrific day. I never thought I'd see an insurrection in the United States of America firm or on the security situation at the Capitol. Let me go to the hotline. And joining me is Jared Bernstein, former Obama administration counterterrorism and community outreach official, Jared Thank you so much for taking a few minutes to step through this with us because You know, putting aside all of the politics of today and and what all of that means for this country, just the security aspect of all of this. I think a lot of people are taking back that. Individuals were able to breach the Capitol building, get inside and do what they did What went wrong? Well, I think it's a little early. Oh, say exactly what it wrong. I think there's gonna be a lot of time and effort and multiple enquiries to go through step by step exactly What happened. How the protesters, brute protesters and really mob how they breached the Capitol Security perimeter, and then how once they were inside the perimeter. The Capitol, police and other authorities were not able to section off the Capitol building itself. From what we're hearing early on again. We're in the first stages of this inquiry. It started somewhere on the house side of the complex and one of House office buildings, which were all connected via tunnels to the capital. And then the mob moved through those tunnels and were able to least initially breach the Capitol building that way. And you know this was not just a serious situation in terms of getting into the Capitol building, but also on the grounds of the capital because an explosive device was found there and then another one was found at the RNC. So you had potential for what has been a bad day. I think in American history, I don't think that's any question about that. But it could have been much worse. It could've been you had you had literally hundreds, not thousands of people in the Capitol building on the Capitol grounds that did not pass through any kind of security checkpoint that we're not screened for explosives or weapons on day were in there. And while it was a horrific day, we know of at least one person who lost their life today. Andre were certainly scores of injuries. It could have been much worse in terms of the ability. You know what could have happened with the mob like that. Moving through the Capitol building, um cruelly. The Capitol Police were reached or overwhelmed at some point in time and had to call in reinforcements from the Virginia and Maryland and the state Police. State Police forces, the Metropolitan Police Force. And ultimately, the National Guard. You know, we've seen this a lot throughout the course of the past year and again, I'm talking about Jared Bernstein, former Obama administration counterterrorism and community outreach official. Some of the protests turned violent across the country. What happened in our nation's capital today where things get out of hand quickly, and it doesn't seem like law enforcement is able to handle what's happening is that Lack of preparation, not anticipating what might take place because it seems like we continue to make some of the same mistakes. Well, you know, you don't want Oh, you don't want to prejudge. You know what might come out of any inquiry, But clearly, um, the job at hand was to keep this capital secure. So the business of the electoral college voting and certification process could go forward and that didn't happen. And so clearly something went wrong. Weather was Aaron preparation. You know, everyone, there was a pretty commonly accepted fact that there was gonna be a mass mobilization of pro trump protesters in and around the capital today how that went from a protest on do how they lost. You know, the perimeters integrity? I think we're gonna have to find out and it is going to be. Ah, lot of a lot of you know, time and effort, spend them. I'm figuring that out with congressional committees. I'm sure the department Homeland Security will be involved here because there are serious implications for continuity of government. Um if a pro pro trump mob could do it. Certainly, um some other adversary could do it as well. Well, that that was gonna be my next question is the concern now in Washington, D C. These images have been broadcast all over the world. The world's been captivated by what's happened here in this country today, and they're people out there looking to do this country real serious harm. Is that a reason why we might see some heightened security measures taken in Washington, D. C around some of these buildings, including the capital. I think not just in Washington, D c. I think you know where I am in New York. You've seen the New York City Police Department and other federal authorities heighten their posture. Um and and really have to question some of the basic assumptions off how you deal with crowd control. Um, you know, you saw in a lot of the video Protesters with the mob really were allowed to sort of, um, stay in place without the police confronting them, which traditionally had been a tried and true tactic that the police law enforcement would not confront the mob. Um, because they don't wanna make it worse. But you know, if you know that that mob is specifically intent on a causing harm, you know, we may want to look at whether preemptively figuring out ways to remove them from that situation might make more sense. But again, we're you know. We're in the early stages of the capital secure the business of the electoral process is proceeding, which is a good thing, but in terms of the what we call the after action review. Um you know that's not going to begin until probably sometime tomorrow, and that could go on weeks, if not months. Jared Bernstein, former Obama administration official of counterterrorism and community outreach. Official, Jared Thank you so much for taking a few minutes to break that down for us. We appreciate it. You. All right, and let me go back to what Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell had to say on the floor of the Senate when the Senate reconvenes to continue their work and count the electoral votes here again is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. We've fulfilled the solemn duty. Every.

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"capitol building" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"capitol building" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You ever been with a group of people? You're trying to do something productive. Maybe you're Protest. And then there's a few nuts. There's a few who cooks a few wild men are wild women. And you say to the person you love Jesus guys, kind of a nut. Ladies and gentlemen, the lawless can't Cooks can't define us. We can't allow that to happen. There are hundreds and hundreds of thousands of people who are peacefully protest ng from all over the country there. Who didn't breach the Capitol building, or they still be there. Who had no no desire to breach the Capitol building. They were showing their support for the president. They were protesting against a stolen election. Violence. It would never even occur to me to breach the Capitol building or any other building. They're the ones who pulled down monuments. They're the ones who burned down stuff. We're not them where us And the police. We say we support the police. And we're defying the police. So let there be no mistake about it. I'm watching this television. I'm watching this take place and I can't believe it. What next? The Supreme Court That's even less protected than the Capitol building. No. There is absolutely no defense for what took place the breaching of the walls and security in the Capitol building. What if his senator was killed? What if a congressman was killed? What the vice president was killed. This isn't a joke. People get on the Internet. They're really tough. With one hand, the left calls me a Nazi and on the other hand Some people are calling me a sellout. I don't care. Call me whatever you want. I would never do this, and I would never tell my Children that it was okay to do this or my grandchildren that it was okay to do this. It's not okay to do this period. Period. When you have Chris Wallace on TV, talking about the mob. So hundreds and hundreds of thousands of people He's sitting in the studio. He's not even there are now responsible for this. It is outrageous. When Juan Williams is now braving the president, the United States, Ted Cruz and Josh Holly, it is outrageous, the analyst effort to exploit events Is what infuriates law abiding. He's full Americans like you and me. We're fed up with it. We're fed up with it. No, there's no justification for this whatsoever. And then Joe Biden comes on. He gives a speech. Here's a little late with his Lawn order speeches. Minneapolis was burning Seattle was burning Portland was burning New York was burning Philadelphia was burning. We never get a speech like that from Joe Biden ever The federal courthouse in Portland under attack for over three months in a row, and Nancy Pelosi When the feds go in there, they're trying to stop it. And other Democrats call them Stormtroopers. Reference to the Third Reich and Hitler. All of this is unforgivable. All of it. All of it. To politicize events like this. Media figures. And by political figures is disgusting. It's outrageous. And I guess we don't support the funding the police anymore, do we? Metro Palm police. The Capitol police. The National Guard, the FBI, The Secret Service are all In and around the capital tonight. The mayor. Asked the president to send in the National Guard, and he did. So I guess we don't support the funding the police now, do we? What took place in the Capitol building today. Is a disgrace. To disgrace. Yeah. And now the effort to exploit a politically Certain politicians and certain media figures. Towards further fuel on the fire. And they don't care. They say We have to unite everybody back off, but this one this one, this one's at fault. The people who did this must be punished. For the sake of those who didn't To set a signal that it won't be tolerated. And that's the truth. You know, when I was a teenager? I think I've told somebody this but not often. Would take the train from Philadelphia to Washington, D C with my buddy Eric. Sometimes my body Jack would be with us. We would sit in the galleries and we would watch the house and the Senate and we would walk around freely. It's not like it is today, with all the barriers and so forth. There was no problem whatsoever. Prior to this march today. This peaceful march today. When you go in the Washington D. C. You see a city that's burned out. You see city where you When the sun goes down, you better not be on the streets. You see a city where they have to protect the White House because Donald Trump is in there. You see a city with businesses boarded up the capital, the United States. And now this And the media showing photographs and videos of this looping it and over and over and over and over again. Underscore what took place today. They're going to do this for the next 10 years. That's what these idiots have done. That's what these fools have done. I have spoken out. About this election. I've spoken out. In great detail. So there's no.

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