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California to Lift Most of State's Virus Rules

The Guy Benson Show

00:43 sec | Last week

California to Lift Most of State's Virus Rules

"It signed an executive order lifting most of the state's covid restrictions Tuesday, ending the stay at home order and allowing vaccinated people not wear masks even indoors. This. As the Mask mandate has been lifted on the floor of the House Lawmakers, staff and another Capitol Hill employees have not been required to wear face coverings in most places around the complex of fully vaccinated. That did not apply to the House chamber were members of Congress still faced fines for violating the rules. Sources tell Fox News. The overall vaccination rate for the Capitol complex is now about 85%. The guidelines preserve requirements for mask wearing and social distancing for individuals who are not fully vaccinated boxes. Jared Halpern in Washington the Chicago police

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"capitol complex" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:57 min | Last month

"capitol complex" Discussed on AP News

"Covert 19 vaccine will soon be given the Children as young as 12 years a piece Jackie quit. US regulators have determined visors. Covert shot is both safe and effective for kids ages. 12 to 15. In fact, a study of 2000 youngsters found no cases of covert among those who received two shot. Well. 18 volunteers who got dummy shots did get the virus side effects are pretty much the same as adults, a sore arm, fever, chills and aches, especially after the second dose shots could begin very soon. A Federal vaccine advisory committee will likely release its recommendations on dozing this week. Jackie Quinn, Washington President Biden was asked by reporters about who is responsible for the ransomware attack that's forced to shutdown of a pipeline that supplies just under half the gasoline to the East Coast. So far, there is no evidence based on from our intelligence people that Russia is involved. Although there is evidence that actors rant S'more is in Russia, they have some responsibility to deal with. This colonial pipeline says it hopes to have everything running by the end of the week. The FBI is lengthy attacked a group that calls itself the dark side. Michael Bolton, U S Capitol police inspector general tells a congressional committee that the leaders of the department failed to deploy their officers to protect the building ahead of the attack on January 6th. He cites one example of pipe bombs being found away from the complex. Three of the teeth went to those pipe bombs and because of doing double duty, they start conducting an investigation. That left one team to cover the Capitol complex. So in other words, if those pipe bombs were tend to be a diversion, We were speaking, it worked. Bolton notes that the department needs to develop a separate group to provide intelligence of protection similar to what the Secret Service does for a president. This is AP News. Once again most of California's in a drought. We are extending a proclamation of a state of emergency to 39 additional counties in the state of California now, all in total 41 counties. Are in a drought emergency Governor Gavin Newsom expanding the declaration today in counties where some 12 million people live in the state. Newsome is seeking more than $6 billion in state money to fund multiyear spending to increase the state's water supply. He's also telling people to limit their water usage by limiting outdoor watering, checking for leaks or taking shorter showers and turning off the water when watching dishes or brushing teeth. The governor who faces a fall recall election is also pitching tax rebates of up to $1100 for tens of millions of middle and lower income earners in the state paid out of a $75 billion budget surplus. I'm to McGuire Pay P news 18 news..

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Man rams car into 2 Capitol police

The Young Turks

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Man rams car into 2 Capitol police

"Today. The capital had to briefly. Go back on lockdown following and tragically fatal attack on the capitol building with a vehicle ramming into a barricade striking to officers Both were injured. One later pronounced dead. the suspect. was apparently shot after getting out of the car with a knife and attempting to attack the police officers. Now we've been gradually getting some information since the morning Robert conti the acting chief for the metropolitan police department said the attack near the us capital today quote does not appear to be. Terrorism related does not appear to be terrorism related. But obviously we'll continue to investigate to see if there is some type of nexus along those lines just an amazing way to say that Throughout the day the fbi washington field office was providing support to the us. Capitol police the dc national guard deployed immediate response force made up of members of the national guard to the capitol complex today to support the capitol police and there are roughly twenty three hundred national guard members in dc supporting the local state and federal authorities in dc. So they had a pretty immediate response and they had a very quick Breakdown of the situation of the press. Obviously you learning some lessons or at least wanting to reassure us that they've learned some lessons since what happened in january but this is obviously incredibly serious not just because they tacked up because the capitol police officer Did lose their

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Car rams Capitol barricade, injuring 2 officers; driver shot

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Car rams Capitol barricade, injuring 2 officers; driver shot

"There's there's been been another another security security incident incident outside outside the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol to to law law enforcement enforcement officials officials tell tell the the AP AP a a car car rammed rammed a a barricade barricade outside outside the the capital capital injuring injuring two two police police officers officers one one seriously seriously they they say say the the driver driver was was shot shot in in the the is is in in custody custody and and the the capitol capitol complex complex itself itself was was locked locked down down the the incident incident comes comes nearly nearly three three months months after after a a mob mob stormed stormed the the capitol capitol fencing fencing that that went went up up after after the the January January six six ride ride in in a a bid bid to to keep keep vehicles vehicles away away from from the the area area recently recently came came down down Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington

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"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

"Spine Institute 11 51. There's been a second part Evocative act in the past week from North Korea, the U. S. Pacific Command says North Korea has launched missiles into the Sea of Japan overnight. This latest launches the second in the past week. It sounds like two short range ballistic missiles. Were fired into the East Sea VIP in the rank is a political science professor at M I t. It comes days after the North launched with experts say We're cruise missiles. Cruise missiles are covered by the U. N Security Council resolutions. But ballistic missiles are and he says the Biden administration will have to pay attention. We're not gonna torpedo talks over this, but it's certainly a reminder that North Korea still there and still a threat. Steve Futterman CBS News The entire U. S Capitol complex has been surrounded for months by fencing topped with barbed wire after the deadly January riot. Some of that is coming down now, and some members of Congress want to make sure that Fencing doesn't ever become permanent there. Missouri Republican Senator Roy Blunt in Maryland Democratic Senator Chris Van Hollen will join D C delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton this afternoon to talk with reporters about legislation they call the No fencing at the U. S Capitol Complex Act. Bill is being introduced in the Senate today. It's already been introduced in the House delegate Norton said. The fencing maybe us look like it couldn't stand its ground and protect its capital. Some state officials are asking tech companies to help in the fight against false information. 12 State attorneys general are urging social media platforms to enforce stricter policies against covert vaccine misinformation..

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Fencing around outer perimeter of U.S. Capitol complex comes down in Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Fencing around outer perimeter of U.S. Capitol complex comes down in Washington DC

"New this hour. The fencing that was put up around the outer perimeter of the U. S Capitol complex after the January 6th riot has now been removed. The U. S. Capitol police also today, saying that roads that had been blocked off are now reopened in a statement. Capitol police say they're ready to quickly ramp up security at a moments notice if needed. The inner perimeter fence around the Capitol building is still in

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US Capitol outer perimeter fencing to be removed this weekend

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

US Capitol outer perimeter fencing to be removed this weekend

"Of the security fencing that went up around the capital after it came under attack in January is about to come down. Beauty. Opie's Mitchell Miller has details from Capitol Hill. The fencing and razor wire around the outer perimeter will be removed this weekend, the House sergeant at Arms says in a memo to lawmakers that effects fencing along Constitution and independence avenues, which will open them up by Monday morning. Not all of the fencing will be taken away. However, there will still be fencing closer to the capital. It's been moved out of the roads and the National Guard will continue to assist Capitol police. Capitol police have said they know of no current specific threats to members of Congress or the Capitol Complex

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"capitol complex" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Now around the Capitol complex. That's earlier than originally planned. You're listening to ABC news. And it's more tannic kck. Time for traffic and weather together. So on the brink of Ah, big weekend here we've got Kate because Dana has on the break on the brink. 12. Yeah. What private clock? Is that? What you could? Bricks made me nervous? I'm sorry. I'll keep you inside. Yeah, we're what less than an hour away from the weekend. A little. Apparently, A lot of people are already doing a tub brought to you by Wal on, he said downtown to the split right now. 13 minutes. Eastbound Cap city, So, yes, a little heavier than usual. Spoke to Roseville. Nine minutes says You go out to Douglass Boulevard and downtown L Grobe sound by 5 17 minutes. Things really heavy, though. If you're going down south on 99 22 minutes till Grove Boulevard from the downtown area. You're going to Folsom 20 minutes there, he's found 50. It's gonna be a 16 minute. Right down to it. It wasn't north on I five and still just nine minutes to Davis. Westbound 80. Eastbound, as you can imagine, is pretty tough Haul at this time by the White Nelson Lane. It's up on 65. We have traffic signal lights are malfunctioning, and apparently, people are making illegal terms. Illegal U turns there, so watch out. Take the fast lane to savings with 11. Liza Auto Insurance, Big Savings. Great Service. It's the wall bunnies away or free auto insurance quote. Call 877 w A w A N E s a R visit while body said com Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons staying ahead snooze 93.1 kfbk. Thank you, Jana. Now, your KFBK forecast. Turning out partly cloudy and chilly tonight Low 39 to 43 for tomorrow and Sunday Lots of sunshine. I Tomorrow 60.

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"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

"Being convicted of firearms and drug charges last year. Ah, former Coast Guard officer from Silver Spring is appealing his prison sentence. Christopher Hansen was sentenced to 13 years for keeping a cache of firearms at a target list of Democratic lawmakers and media personalities, But his lawyer says the firearm and drug charges had nothing to do with terrorism. Acknowledge he thought about violence, but he never carried it out. The Washington Post says hasn't appeal could complicate how the government handles accused domestic terrorists who have not acted out what they're suspected of planning. Well, kids on Capitol Hill, like kids everywhere else want their old lives back, and they say, one way of achieving it where they live. Is by removing that fencing around the Capitol complex, so they invited of like minded person to hear what they had to, say. D. C delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton. Students at Brandt Elementary made their case to Norton, who says she enjoyed meeting the future leaders and will keep working to get that fencing down. As you know it went up after the right of the capital on January 6th. Will your kids be back in their classrooms this fall? School superintendent in Arlington hopes so, though the decision is up to you, we will hold instruction five days a week with the virtual option for students in the fall. Adult and that is going to be my commitment and that is what we're going to be working towards Iran told the school board that staffers have already begun planning what the remote option will look like for families who prefer that Arlington Public schools would join Loudon County and Montgomery County Public schools offering five days a week in class. Deron also briefed the school board on a troubling great trend for the second quarter of the school year. Students continue to fail their classes at higher rates than in past years..

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Norton meets with Washington DC kids on impact of Capitol fencing

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Norton meets with Washington DC kids on impact of Capitol fencing

"Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton met this week with third graders from Brent Elementary School to hear about their concerns regarding the fencing around the U. S Capitol complex. The school is located near the capital, and students want that fencing to come down. The kids used her visit to practice their persuasive writing to push for the fences to be removed and allow their neighborhood to return to normal. Norton says she enjoyed meeting with the future leaders and strongly opposes the permanent fencing at the complex. She says she'll continue to do her part to make sure that doesn't happen. Pepco

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"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

"The Capitol complex in light of security threats to the capital. Now we've taken a walk across the perimeter. There are some spots that are kind of tight, trying to get through sidewalks and such It's been in place since the inauguration. But National Guard members Capitol police local law enforcement watching your every move for good reason because of the potential threats out there now, March 4th is a day that conspiracy theorists believe that Donald Trump will be inaugurated, but this security will continue on past this day. Capitol Police Want National Guard to Stay in D. C. For another two months at the Capitol, Ken Duffy Wtlv knew the Senate has been in session today, despite the security concerns and lawmakers air taking up the massive covert relief package while the House wraps up its business for the week, double D T. O P S Mitchell Miller today on the Hill House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she understands the need for the Senate to continue its business but downplays the impact of heightened security on the House. Noting there wasn't a lot of activity originally planned for today. Still, she says, there's little reason to have more people at the Capitol given threats that have been made therefore, least four times more people and therefore all that that implies in terms of numbers of people in the capital if in fact there was any troublemakers around. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, meanwhile, has reminded lawmakers weather in session the need to address the president's plan for dealing with the pandemic this country. Is in the midst of a once in a century crisis on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P News. Meantime, it'll take a bit longer for that massive relief bill to get a vote in the Senate. The Senate voted 51 52 proceed to debate with Vice President Kamila Harris casting the deciding vote. Now at the request of Republicans, these Senate clerk has begun a full reading of the more than 600 page relief bill. That could add another 10 hours in total to the 20 hours allotted for debate. Along the way, the GOP will offer amendments that will force Democrats to defend several parts of the bill that Republicans consider unnecessary and partisan up ahead.

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"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

"Walking by the Capitol complex. In light of security threats to the capital. Now we've taken a walk across the perimeter. There are some spots that are kind of tight, trying to get through sidewalks and such. It's been in place since the inauguration. But National Guard members Capitol police local law enforcement watching your every move for good reason because of the potential threats out there now, March 4th is a day that conspiracy theorists believe that Donald Trump will be inaugurated. This security will continue on past this day. Capitol Police want National Guard to stay in D. C for another two months at the Capitol, Ken Duffy Wtlv news. So far so good is the word from intelligence and law enforcement officials. Of course, they are monitoring Intel about that possible attack. Intelligence officials have been keeping a close eye on all of the chatter and all of the online and other information. They can gather relative to some possible violent activity at the Capitol today, and one official said. They've seen nothing new things. They're pretty much the same as they were yesterday. Authorities know there are people that would like to come to Washington to the capital specifically to engage in violence, But many of them have changed their minds or the plans because they're concerned about all the security. That's wt. Opie's JJ green onto the pandemic. Now D C is trying to make its vaccine appointment system or user friendly. The system repeatedly crashed for three days running after a crush of people tried scoring an appointment. But the city is launching a new pre registration system next week in a promises it will be better. Pre registering next week doesn't mean you're in line ahead of someone who might sign up later in the day or week to week. Until.

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Law enforcement on alert after plot warning at US Capitol in Washington, DC

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Law enforcement on alert after plot warning at US Capitol in Washington, DC

"Capital, where police at the U. S. Capitol are on high alert today over security concerns linked to conspiracy theorists, including followers of Cuban on NBC's Pete Williams has details. Capitol Police say they're aware of potential threats and prepared for them today at the Capitol complex, already surrounded by a fence topped with razor wire. With more than 5000 members of the National Guard still on duty, adding to the full complement of Capitol police. Now some Q and on followers believe today is the day that former President Trump will somehow regain power and be inaugurated as the nation's true leader. House will not be in session today. Due to that threat, President Biden

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"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

"S Capitol Complex under threat. The U. S House has been hard at work tonight so lawmakers could be away tomorrow in case there's any kind of attack or any kind of trouble. The House has passed and expansive Police reform bill named after the late George Floyd in Minneapolis. It bans choke holds and ban certain. No knock warrants on the security front on the eve of this March, 4th anniversary or this march 4th date tomorrow. Law enforcement is urging state and local authorities toe promptly report any suspicious activities related to domestic violence. Extremism. Let's take you live tonight on Skype to Politico's White House correspondent and associate editor. Anita Kumar Anita a lot to unpack and look into here before we get into the specifics of these measures that lawmakers air passing tonight. How would you describe this guess, rather extraordinary situation off the house trying to get its work done tonight and then clear out tomorrow, just so everybody stays safe. All right. It really is extraordinary as you said, but it's been extraordinary for the last two months. This is a continuation of what happened January 6 that there is so much security still at the Capitol. There's so much fencing extra police there because of these ongoing threats, you know, March 4th is the date that some people believe Conspiracy theories believe that Donald Trump would become president come back to power. It's because March 4th was the day off the inauguration way back before it changed to January. And so there are people that have made threats that the police have gotten information that a militia group could be coming to do something and what's fresh and lawmakers minds is what happened two months ago. What happened in January, and they just don't want to take any chances. Let's talk about the George Floyd Police Reform bill that the House passed tonight. Not even Hour ago. What is in it generally speaking and how much of a difference might it make? I mean, it's a pretty significant bill. It would do everything from banning chokeholds to prohibiting some no knock warrants ending racial and religious profiling lots of things that people have wanted to change about police policing for for years. Remember this was passed already once before, didn't go anywhere in the Senate, and so they're they're trying it again, but it did pass on a primarily You know party lines and is unlikely to make it to the Senate. But the House Democrats feel strongly that in the wake of George Floyd's death last year, and everything that's happened since then, to try to deal with racial, you know injustices that they need to try to pass something and the same question now about the landmark voting rights bill that is being processed for black of a better word as we speak, how would it serve as a counterbalance to voting rights restrictions that have been advancing in many Republican controlled statehouses? Yeah, That's a great question, because it really does come as you were seeing legislatures all over the country, Passmore restrictions on voting and this would really make voting easier. They're saying that this would To be the most significant changes since the 19 sixties. So this would really ease some restrictions and not allow legislatures to pass. Um, restrictions that would you no voter idea restrictions it would allow for automatic voter registration that we expand early and mail in voting. It would make it harder to purge Vader voter rolls. So all sorts of things like this is a It's a huge bill. It's 800 pages. And the House is calling it HR one because they wanted to be known how important this is. It's the number one priority right now to pass this this piece of legislation again. This is something that they've been talking about for a long time. But it hasn't gotten anywhere in the Senate. If I could finish our conversation kind of where we started because you are AH, Washington veteran, The White House is part of your workplace. You go there, sometimes tow cover the president and the administration. Some people thought maybe when Donald Trump and his team Left town that we would quickly return to normal. But we seem to have these reverberations going on off of his administration. Some people who support him and it seems like normal is still pretty far away. Yeah, I would totally agree if you've been to the capital or near the capital. If you've been to the White House or near the White House. You'll see fencing that you didn't used to see before. And you know I was one of those people that I thought, you know, a couple days later that it might go away and it hasn't gone away this extra security added fencing. Mostly because some of these threats are ongoing. In addition to the March 4th threat, we heard people we heard intelligence, telling lawmakers this week that there's a threat coming for. It's an unnamed date here. There's no date but the day that President Biden might give his address to Congress. So you know, every new president gives an address to Congress. Obviously, we're in a pandemics. We don't really know what that looks like. There's no date scheduled. But they've also said that there's a threat for that day. So this seems to be the new normal for a while. We don't really know when this is gonna end. Well, this subject matter is far from pleasurable. But it is always a pleasure to hear from you and get your thoughts and reporting. Anita. Thank you very much. Sure, thank you. That's Anita Kumar Live with us on w. T o P from politico sports at 15 and 45,.

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Possible QAnon-linked plot to breach U.S. Capitol this week uncovered by police

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Possible QAnon-linked plot to breach U.S. Capitol this week uncovered by police

"In the nation's Capitol police on alert for a possible attack Tomorrow, Capitol police received intelligence outlining a possible plot to breach the capital by a militia group on or about March forth, the police said. They are aware of and prepared for any potential threats toward members of Congress or towards the Capitol complex. The militia group three percenters were told us thinking about a diversion tactic like detonating a bomb. Draw law enforcement officers away from the building so it could be open to an

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Chief: Capitol police were unsure about using force Jan. 6

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Chief: Capitol police were unsure about using force Jan. 6

"The U. S. capitals acting police chief says officers made some mistakes during last month's riot Yogananda Pittman's giving new details about the police response to the attack in a statement submitted for a house hearing tomorrow she says officers did not properly locked down the capitol complex once an order was given and did not understand it when they were allowed to use deadly force her statement fills in crucial details as lawmakers investigate what went wrong Pippin took over the force after chief Stevenson resigned under pressure following the attack despite what she called internal challenges Pittman stressing officers acted heroically Sager mag ani Washington

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Washington DC leaders want to know when razor fence around Capitol will come down

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Washington DC leaders want to know when razor fence around Capitol will come down

"People aren't happy with the fencing setup around the us capitol grounds following last month's deadly violence dc congressional delegate eleanor. Holmes norton is introduced the no fencing at the united states capitol complex act that comes as a temporary razor top fence around the grounds and capitol hill. Police recommend a permanent fence. Go up but holmes norton says offense would transform our democracy from one that is accessible to one that is exclusive and fearful of its citizens. Some residents abandoned together in a group called. Don't fence the capital founder. Alison cunningham doesn't affect the character here. But it's your country and the character of our capital and what message that sends around the world brunell capital. Police say the fans hasta stays. They investigate security failures that led up to the january sixth riot

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Virtual town hall addresses razor fence around Capitol in Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Virtual town hall addresses razor fence around Capitol in Washington DC

"Now. People who live around the Capitol complex have had to deal with all that security. All that fencing last night. Those who live there spoke out against the fancy and another security measures. In a town hall meeting hosted by DC's congressional delegate Eleanor Holmes. Norton says she's concerned that the public still doesn't have access to the Capitol grounds. Very about the area. We have to show that we can get our capital back again. Christopher Gelled Heart D. C. Acting deputy mayor for pub Safety injustice while there is the need to protect the capital Against another ends instance of domestic violence by insurrectionist. We cannot have the people's House permanently walled off from our city word. Six. Council member Charles Allen says He wants to see changes soon, so they're not here to stay we've seen in the city things that are temporary, sure seem to turn permanent pretty fast. Valerie Bonked w T. O P News House Speaker Nancy

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Norton proposes ban on permanent fencing around US Capitol, Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Norton proposes ban on permanent fencing around US Capitol, Washington DC

"DC's congressional delegate once all that fencing around the Capitol building to be removed, delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says her proposed legislation banning permanent fencing at the U. S Capitol complex will quote helped put the needed focus back on security options that don't wall off the capital like a fortress. Release. Norton says she's both written and spoken to acting chief of U. S. Capitol Police Yoga Nonda Pittman to express her opposition to permanent fencing, which Norton refers to as 19th century security. Hitman has suggested the fencing remain to ensure the security of the Capitol building and

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"capitol complex" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:53 min | 4 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Regular programming already in progress on 8 90 w. L s. She keeps insisting that she was in the Capitol building because, in fact she was part of the Capitol complex. Right? This is what she tweets out. She tweets out? Well, you know, guys, I mean, it's connected by tunnels. She says. This is the latest manipulative take on the right there, manipulating the fact that most people don't know the layout of the Capitol complex. We were all on the Capitol complex. The attack wasn't just on the dome. The bombs that trump supporters planted surrounded our offices to Okay, so a couple of things there one We have yet to find the evidence of who actually planted bombs she could make an assumption was Trump supporters, but that actually is not publicly available information so that in and of itself is misleading information. When she says that we're a part of the Capitol complex, and therefore they were trying to attack the Capitol complex in general. Nancy Mace was on the same floor. She says the writers did not breach the building. Reporters at the time, said the writers did not breach that building again. This is not to say that you couldn't have been justified or or at least she couldn't have felt legitimately and authentically in danger. Again, People reacted crisis in different ways. What she is now saying, which is that? Oh, yeah. You know, people are saying I wasn't in the Capitol building. How dare they? Well, I mean where you were her. You're not in the in the Capitol building. It's called the Capitol Building. It's not called the Capitol complex when people say The riders stormed at the Capitol building. They mean the Capitol building like a building because They don't mean the complex, right? I mean, so so she is now. Now she's misleading. So she puts out a this email and she says, We need your help. Here's what you can do to help us combat this campaign of disinformation and others in the future. Scan your social media to find post with his misleading information, especially those using the trending hashtag. Mm hmm. It's funny how Alexandra Kozel Cortez is her emergency mode kicks in when she was training for the wrong reasons on Twitter. As somebody who transcends what are frequently like once every three weeks. Once every month. I can tell you that the best thing you can do with the Twitter friend is basically ignore it. It's pretty much the best thing. You could do the twitters one, but she is. Instead, she says she wants all of her followers to basically spam, Facebook and Twitter and get a bunch of stuff taken down, which is not a great look for a seat in Congress person. She says. Don't tweet any hashtag yourself because we don't want them to spread further identify any post that are threatening or harassing and use the built in report features to flag them for the moderators, Facebook and Twitter both have built in tools for reporting post and tweets that break the rules. The sad thing is that a lot of damage has already been zone. People have already been misled and radicalized. They believe the lies to a point where their hatred could someday boil over and violence s. So now she's going to say that if you Point out that she was not in the Capitol building itself. You are one of the kinds of people who distributes information that ends with the January 6th riots. Mean that's that's pretty manipulative stuff right there. She says. We can keep calling out Photoshopped tweets, fake news articles Misleading post when we see them, Okay, now, here is where the fact checkers get involved. And there many things that could be fact check here. So, for example, you could fact check whether she was actually in the Capitol building at the time. Or you could fact check whether she lied to the shoes in the Capitol building at the time, Right? The answer on the first issue is not in the Capitol building at the time and two I don't see evidence that she lied about being in the Capitol building at the time, and both of those things can simultaneously be true. But that is not what the fact checkers do. Because the fact checkers are just democratic operatives. They're just completely full of crap. So here is how the fact checkers do their business. And so here is the fact check from Snopes is a perfect example of how the fact checkers are just Just lie by implication, and sometimes openly. It's pretty amazing. Okay, so Snopes puts out a piece on this whole silly debacle. Right here is what they say Did AOC exaggerate the danger she was in during the capital Riot. Okay, So first of all, you can fact check that. Was literally no way to fact check that particular question, because that is a matter of subjective opinion. Hideyoshi exaggerate the danger she was in during the capital Riot. So you could say No, She didn't exaggerate the danger that she was in during the capital, right? Because the capital writers were violently. We're looking for Congress people, theoretically, they could've gotten in and they could hurt her. Or you could say no, She absolutely exaggerated the danger she was in considering no one breached that building. There were other Congress. People on that level. None of them are acting like a OSI Did. So maybe she did exaggerate. There's really no way to fact check that right? That is a subjective matter of opinion. Whether Alexandra Cozzi records has exaggerated the physical danger that use in in the account that she told of what was going on. Again. They're fact checkable things that it stops could do here. They don't do that. They framed the question as a fact check about emotional response. You can't fact check emotional response, Which is why I have said over and over and over. That a OSI did not line right? That is a fact Check. AOC did not lie. You may think that her emotional responses off kilter that does not. That does not mean that she lied right there. Ways to fact, check that our objective That's not what the fact checkers are doing. Soap, says Ailes. He was targeted with another round of bad faith smears after giving emotional firsthand account of her experiences during the capital riot. Coming up. So he's Snopes. In fact, checkers we're gonna get to the rest of that fact check in just a second because it just shows how.

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No, AOC Didn't Make Up Her Capitol Riots Experience

All In with Chris Hayes

03:42 min | 4 months ago

No, AOC Didn't Make Up Her Capitol Riots Experience

"So we go into her office. And i'm like a ten right. Like i m at a full ten fighter flight thought i was going to die like ten minutes ago then thought i was gonna die again because i have to tell you. We're outside in this hallway alone. I'm banging on this door. And i'm thinking and i'm fully expecting one of these insurrectionists to turn the corner with a gun and that it would be over again. Clueless alexandria ocasio cortez described terrifying experience at the capitol on january. The sixth in that instagram live video earlier this week and ever since conservative media has been trying to smear him as a lion claiming she exaggerated danger she was in because she was not at the capitol building which the riots is breached but in a nearby office building on the capitol complex and now her republican colleague. Nancy mace of south carolina has joined the bad faith attacks on air sees credibility tweeting yesterday quote unto doors down from asean. No insurrectionist stormed out hallway along with a fox news article about aoc facing backlash for a of the event. Nancy mace paul. Don't even further in an interview on fox news that afternoon. Not at one moment during the events of january six at any writer or any insurrectionist come down. The hallways were offices are located. I initially took to task the press for making these claims taking these claims of pocket politic levels and and all i did was state the facts i live in in reality i deal with facts and not fiction and i said that there were no writers in the hallways of cannon. I'm doors down from you. And she lost it today. She doesn't deal in reality. She hasn't been doing that today. I think it's really important that we take members to task when they're not being honest with the american people hold on i of. Afc of acclaimed insurrection in our hallways but more importantly in terms of the threat. Nancy mace with that day too. So what did she say about it. The time well in the midst of the riots on january the six cheat tweeted about evacuating her office and canon between nearby threats. He nearby threat. The next morning she described the danger she felt. She was in one point when we were evacuated because of the bomb threat. The pipe bomb threat. I was stuck in a narrow tunnel with other people. Staff and members of congress was a very dangerous situation lives were put at risk and my message to americans day. It was a very sad day in our nation's history. It was a very dangerous situation. Mace gave more details to a south carolina newspaper that day saying she barricaded herself inside her office. During the attack fearing that trump supporters. She'd seen staying at a hotel might target after. She voted to certify. The electoral votes may said she decided to sleep in an office. That in fact she was so fearful in the wake of the attack that she told a local news station she intended to carry a gun on capitol hill saying quote. I will not be put in that situation again. So to be clear nancy. Mace wants to carry a gun and barricaded herself in her office. But aoc is lying about an exaggerating the threat. These people are shameful. we will know. The attackers was spread out across the complex. We've seen the images and the feds are seeing data like this. Those dots are the cell phone locations of insurrectionists inside the capitol building january the six. It's part of a remarkable set of data being used to identify individuals in the mob with the help of big brother but also raising questions. Therefore about al surveillance.

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"capitol complex" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:42 min | 5 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"I can tell you that I had a very close Encounter where I thought I was going to die. Um And you have all of those thoughts. Um Where you know, at the end of your life. She's saying that, as they say sometimes When you're About to die. You think you're about to die? Your entire life flashes before you and And she remembered her days dancing on the rooftop of the dorm and BU For the time when she was frightened by the garbage disposal. In her new apartment, or when she picked up her French bulldog puppy. If yelp of these men or just this a man just one man going, Where is she? Where is she? I start to look through the door hinge. To see if I can see anything. And there's like a door here and another door here, so I'm like, I'm like trying to look through due to door hinges. On. Do I look through this door hinge. And I see this white man in a black white man. White man. White man. He looked like my father. No, Maybe he didn't Maybe look different than your father. I'll say Then she says, we were all this is her tweet after after the story started circulating that she was in a different building than them where the protests or whatever you wanna call him were taking place. We were all on the Capitol complex. The attacks. The attack just wasn't on the dome. The bombs trump supporters planted surrounded our offices, too. Now This raises an interesting point. I don't believe they've identified who planted the bombs that they The last I saw they were putting out surveillance photos and they had no idea who planted the bombs. The bombs were also planted it at Republican National Committee headquarters as well as Democratic National Committee headquarters. So how? How is she jumping to the conclusion that Trump supporters planted the bombs? 844 542 42 people were trying to rush and infiltrate our office buildings. That's why we had to get evacuated in the first place. Did he not say that he was Capitol police on purpose. Did he lose himself in that moment? Did he make? Did he tell us? Did he not give us the extraction point.

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Acting Capitol Police chief calls for permanent fencing after riot, Washington DC

Glenn Beck

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Acting Capitol Police chief calls for permanent fencing after riot, Washington DC

"Continue to disagree about long term security measures. Three weeks after the January 6th riot, D C. Mayor Merial Bowser's resisting calls for permanent fencing around the capital, saying on Twitter, she will not accept that or extra troops in the long run. Mayor since the tweets after the acting chief of Capitol police called for permanent enclosures. Democratic Senator Tim Kaine described tensions the Fox five in D. C. One of the Capitol police officers. Following me down the hall and just said Senator came. Please be careful out there. There have been two more rest this week near the Capitol complex. One man was stopped trying to walk through a checkpoint. Another was arrested near Capitol office building with a hand gun and ammunition. 11 Fort Bliss soldiers are

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"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 5 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on WTOP

"7 40. Congress is set for quick action on President Biden's Nominee to head the Pentagon. Both houses of Congress have passed legislation that clears the way for retired general Lloyd Austin to become president Joe Biden's secretary of defense legislation was required to grant Austen a waiver from the ban on military members serving his defense secretary within seven years of their retirement. Austin who served in the Army 41 years, retired in 2016, he would be the first black secretary of defense, Republican Senator John Cornyn said a confirmation vote on Austin will come Friday. Like cross here. Washington, Illinois Democratic U. S Senator Tammy Duckworth's is an Army veteran who served in Iraq. She's among those expressing outrage that thousands of National Guard members who had been resting in the U. S Capitol building were kicked out and forced to go into a garage. These troops were abruptly moved out of the capital resting area and into a parking garage nearby. They have hotel rooms, but this resting space was for those working long shifts with not enough time between them. To return to the rooms. Many lawmakers were outraged after images emerged of the troops sleeping on concrete with few toilets or electrical outlets. The troops were later moved back to the Capitol complex. Camby McCormick, CBS news president. Biden's first call to a world leader is scheduled for today. The White House says It'll be to Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau. When item they're expected to discuss is the Keystone Pipeline is President Biden revoke the permit that the Trump administration had granted to the cross border oil pipeline project Trudeau issued Statement about that, saying he's disappointed with the decision. The CDC is out with the new guidance on how long people can wait to get their second shot if they're going if they have been getting the Fizer or modern a Corona virus vaccine, the first shot it says that people can wait now a maximum of six weeks, although the recommended time between doses is three weeks for five years vaccine and four for the modern a vaccine, the update updated guidance appears to clarify earlier language that said there was no maximum time but Tween the shots. It's 7 43, looking.

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Guard troops head home after helping secure Biden inaugural

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 5 months ago

Guard troops head home after helping secure Biden inaugural

"With the inauguration over thousands of National Guard troops are leaving Washington DC and one senator is outraged by their treatment some twenty six thousand National Guard troops were deployed to the nation's capital for inauguration security tighter after the right at the U. S. capitol two weeks before the inauguration was mostly peaceful analysis district of Columbia mayor Muriel Bowser most of those are out of state guard and those guard are going back to their state Washington DC media are reporting hundreds of guard troops were abruptly forced out of the areas of the capital they've been using for rest breaks crammed into a commercial parking garage when senator Tammy Duckworth saw a picture of that the Iraq war veteran so she got on the phone to make sure that they were allowed back into the capitol complex because of travel logistics it could take days to get all the guard members back home Jackie Quinn Washington

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Bridges, Most Metro Stations Reopen as Washington DC Lifts Inaugural Security Measures

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Bridges, Most Metro Stations Reopen as Washington DC Lifts Inaugural Security Measures

"After all, of that quick construction of fencing in Jersey while barriers around the Capitol complex the past couple of weeks, work crews started taking most of that back down just after dark last night, with streets reopening his crews work from east to West City officials expect it's going to take until tomorrow morning to get everything reopened. All of the bridges and tunnels air now reopened, though, but those downtown metro stations they won't be back until tomorrow. As for the added security measures, many of them will remain in place for the time. I'm being

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"capitol complex" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Morning. Thanks for having me on Well, it's good to talk to you again. But we did see the FBI put out a bulletin warning about your city about your state. You run the capital. What exactly are you preparing for? You know, we did see that bulletin that put us on a state of high alert that we've been on anyways, as we saw the way, of course, watched what unfolded in Washington, D C earlier this week. The FBI is now telling us they don't see any specific, credible threats. But we know that we're in a volatile moment. We know that we have a president who has continued to egg on Thies extreme radicals to try to take action. And so we have worked very closely with our Minnesota National Guard with our state control and Saint Paul Police departments. I have hundreds of law enforcement personnel on duty not just to protect our Capitol complex. But our Capitol complex is situated inside set of diverse and multi lingual neighborhoods that started that type protection. Well, well. The FBI reportedly had specifically cited the boogaloo movement on members of having gone out and basically cased the state capital. Last month to identify escape points and defensible positions were violence might occur. Have you seen any evidence of organized groups of militias active in your area? Where are they coming from? You know, we have seen since Election Day repeated demonstrations at our state capital as well as at our government's residents that have included several individuals who have chosen that time to show up with rifles and other firearms on a show of in to try to be intimidating. Frankly, it's unclear how organized they are. It's unclear how much of that is a trip to the works of the blue boys or any other specific But again, we're on high alert because of the general volatility are FBI is telling us. They're tracking those individuals who they think are may have been kind of presenting those kind of specific threats on there at a space right now where we continue to be on a state of high readiness because this moment is just so insane. But they're telling us they feel confident that we're prepared to handle the public safety mission and our capital surrounding neighbors. You spoke this week about your personal reaction to seeing the Confederate flag dragged into the U. S. Capitol on January 6th. And you said this insurrection was a blossoming of flowers that have been planted and water very intentionally that existed in our country for a very long time. What are you talking about there? Well, we know and I think back to a decade ago, you're having the discussion of whether America is a post racial society or not, which hopefully, you know now is a ridiculous notion. We know that the emotions that the frustration that the hatred that we saw pour out in front of our U. S Capitol just a couple of weeks ago has been simmering underneath the surface is on. My hope is that we as Americans finally take that head on finally, really meaningful. We address the legacy of race that we have in our country. Continued impacts of our history of systemic racism and systemic oppression so that we can build a country that really takes seriously. The three words that founded our democracy we, the people, meaning all of us. You see that racism specifically is a contributing factor to the insurrection. Is that what you're saying? I think it's very clear that when we hear people say things like, take back our country, it seems to me that they don't understand what America really is. Who America really is. And two Americans really are. It seems to me that as we've had a large conversation about double standards of law enforcement that have been on display as we've seen the bias of one elected leader. Translate into a completely different treatment of people who came out to say that George Lloyd never should have been murdered versus people who come out a rally by our president to try toe literally overthrow the capital of the United States. We have seen the impact raced over in our country over the last year, play out in ways that I'm hopeful that we can no longer do not Very quickly on covert. Your governor accused the Trump administration about lying regarding vaccine doses. Minnesota has fallen behind on being able to distribute what they do have You was there need to take control of that, as 37. Other mayors around the country are asking to get a direct line of supply. We're fortunate that we have a strong relationship with our governor here in Minnesota. You've been working closely on the cold response. He works both see to get national guards and some mobilized for this weekend. And so we're working closely on this prices. It does. You don't need to take control. It's another proof point that the president will be dangerous until the moment he leaves office on we're working. We're scrambling. Our healthcare providers are working hard to develop a plan B so that we can move forward as a state. All right, Mr Merrick. Good luck to you. Give your time this morning. We're gonna be right back.

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"capitol complex" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. The massive security presence in Washington, D. C ahead of the inauguration includes federal, state and local law enforcement, as well as National Guard personnel from across the map actually have a full 50 states or contributing all three of our territories and obviously here in the district performing as well. That's General Daniel are Hoke. It's in the National Guard bureau chief. There's also concern and state capitals about the potential for violence. Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor, John Fetterman says they're ready. There are many, many protests over the last couple months. It's right there under the steps there in our capital and the governor, my governor shut down the Capitol complex, so it's not even open to the public or anybody at this point. President elect Biden said Friday he feels safe about taking the oath of office outdoors. A new memo Saturday from the incoming White House chief of staff Ron claim lays out the plans for the president elect's 1st 10 days in office on his first day right after the inauguration, then President Biden plans to sign around a dozen executive orders, including rejoining the Paris agreement, telling the Department of Education to extend the paws on student loan payments. Reverse the travel ban on mainly Muslim countries and order a mask mandate on federal property and interstate travel as part of his 100 Day masking challenge. Alex Stone, ABC News Washington President elect has pledged to improve the Corona virus vaccine rollout. Maybe she's Trevor All system Governor's here, accusing the Trump Administration of lying about vaccines. Earlier this week, departing Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar. Saying Maura doses were on the way. But the reserve second doses he was talking about had already been shipping out for weeks. There is no surplus and governors across the country are outraged Governor Andrew Cuomo saying seven million New Yorkers are now eligible for their shot, but the state is only receiving 250,000 doses.

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Why Didn't The FBI And DHS Produce A Threat Report Ahead of The Capitol Insurrection?

Morning Edition

05:07 min | 5 months ago

Why Didn't The FBI And DHS Produce A Threat Report Ahead of The Capitol Insurrection?

"Before most major protests are rallies, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI. Usually produced a formal intelligence report explaining the possible threats, and then they send that report to local law enforcement to help them plan. DHS and the FBI did one of these threat assessment assessments ahead of the demonstrations in Portland, Oregon, after the killing of George Floyd last spring. He also did one before Black lives matter Marches in Washington in June, But there was no threat assessment done ahead of the deadly attack on the U. S Capital. NPR's Dina Temple Raston of our investigations team has been looking into this. Good morning, Dina. Good morning. I mean, all you had to do. Deena was look at social media for the weeks leading up to the January 6th rally. To know things could potentially get really bad at the Capitol. You didn't even need a formal threat assessment to tell you that did law enforcement Just not pick up on that. No, that was part of the raw intelligence that they were putting together like the New York Police Department scrapes social media, and they sent what they found A Washington There was sort of unverifiable threats, that sort of thing. Bond. There was more raw intelligence that came before that. Just a day after that, Just a day before the pro Trump rally, the Norfolk Field office in the FBI confirmed that They had found specific threats against members of Congress and exchange of maps of the tunnel system under the Capitol complex, and there were people online talking about gathering in Kentucky and Pennsylvania and South Carolina. To meet up before convoy Ng up to Washington and things. Norfolk report was first reported in the Washington Post a couple of days ago. So they were gathering this together then then what happened to where did that raw intelligence go? Well, that's the problem. It never made it much past that raw intelligence stage, so basically they might have picked up a thread or had a human source. Tell them something or that or say that they saw something, but it didn't go to the next step, where it's validated and analyzed and Put into a larger picture put into context. So when the FBI does that they put it in a report called an Intelligence bulletin. When DHS does some something like that they call it a threat assessment report. And then sometimes the two of them put out a report together and typically, then they would send that that finished product out to local law enforcement. So we're going to talk about why that didn't happen. But first, can you just explain? Why is that assessment so much more valuable than straight? Raw Intel? What's the difference? Local law enforcement sees threat assessment says actionable intelligence I mean the bulletins are considered finished right there a synthesis of validated and analyzed intelligence and that helps local law enforcement make informed decisions. So we talk to the former head of DHS Michael Chertoff and get into your point. He said that in this case, the threat was so out in the open. The threat assessment was almost beside the point. It was perfectly obvious. She read the newspaper that there was gonna be a big rally that the president was talking about being be wild and that the focus was going to be the capital. Where they were having a certification vote show. They didn't take rocket science to see if there was a realistic foreseeable risk to the Capitol, and you would enhance the security. I mean, but maybe they need the threat assessment to put the process in place to get troops on the ground or security forces on the ground. I mean, DHS and the FBI have issued intelligence bulletins for four as we mentioned Black lives matter. Protests what was different this time around? Why didn't they treat this the same way? Our reporting found that one of the reasons that they didn't treat it the same way may have been bias. We talk to someone named R P. Eddy and he used to be in the National Security Council. He's done a lot of counterterrorism work. He worked with the NYPD and the LAPD. And now he has his own intelligence consultancy, and he thinks It's something called the invisible obvious. Was it work and basically, that's things that sit right in front of us that we don't notice. It was very hard for these decision makers in these analysts to realize that people who look just like them could want to commit this kind of unconstitutional violence and get little he tried to and want to kill them. So in other words, in other words, this was supposed to be a pro trump rally, and then it wasn't and it was hard for these law and order people to see that this mob these people who were so pro Trump, who had bumper stickers, just like theirs on the back of their cars were going to commit violence. And by the time they figure that out, it was too late. And then it really begs the question. Did they not see it? Because they didn't want to see it. I mean, or they couldn't see it were their blind spots. Exactly And that and that, In fact, a lot of these people that they were seeing, right? I mean they were wearing pro Trump T shirts. They were there to support the president. When you think of those kinds of people. You you don't think about those being the people that you might have to worry will resort to violence and that was what went wrong. It wasn't you know something nefarious. It was just when you looked at it without the analysis. It seemed like this'll was just going to be another rally. And then it wasn't NPR's Dina Temple Raston of our investigations team. Thank you.

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Education secretary Betsy DeVos resigns, blaming Trump 'rhetoric' for violence

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Education secretary Betsy DeVos resigns, blaming Trump 'rhetoric' for violence

"Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has submitted her resignation to President Donald Trump, in her resignation letter to Boss blames the president for inflaming tensions in the violent assault on the seat of the nation's democracy, she says there's no mistaking the impact your rhetoric head on the situation and it is the inflection point for me. Divorce is the second Cabinet secretary to exit the administration, the first being Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao. U. S. Capitol police chief Steven Son, the sergeant at Arms and doorkeeper of the U. S. Senate and the House sergeant at Arms have all resigned after the deadly riot in the Capitol complex. Yesterday,

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"capitol complex" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on KCRW

"And all the sudden cameras are cut off security rushes in and pulls Vice President Mike Pence out of the chair where he's presiding and pulls him out of the room. The police stepped forward and announced that there has been a breach of the capital. There's an emergency, and senators are immediately being locked into their chamber. Press is sealed in with them. Every door is closed in this frantic dash with police officers and staff of the capital run around slamming each door shut and senators are all almost all 100 of them or 99 right now since Senate short a member Are in this room together in an incredibly tense moment, wondering what is about to happen pretty quickly, Senator Amy Klobuchar quickly yells out to everyone to quiet their voices that she's heard that there's been a shooting in the Capitol complex. Have this really sent a chill through the chamber as you can imagine, and within only a few minutes after that police start pushing all 100 senators. Or 99, that air in the chamber into the well of the Senate and out through the back doors. There's chaos and commotion in the room. The senators don't know what's happening. So we scramble a senator's do down a series of elevators into the subterranean tunnels that connect the full Capitol complex. And all the sudden I found myself in the kind of fast moving see of.

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"capitol complex" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:34 min | 5 months ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on WTVN

"Is powered by the basement doctor, cloudy skies now 33. In more than 10. 34 years. Severe weather station news radio 6 10 W. T. B M Local members of Congress spent the day verifying they were safe and condemning the violence that occurred the U. S Capitol Wednesday. Congressman Steve Stifler says he was taken to a secure location after receiving an alert not to return to the capital from his office gave my staff told my staff to work from home today, not because I Here. There would be violence, but I knew they were going to be thousands of people in town, and they were locking down access to the Capitol complex. And logistically. I just told my staff that I thought, you know it was easier for them. Work from home and they And they did so my staff was not here. It's just being here today. That's Sybers was extended. BU TVNZ Westside Jeff on Wednesday. Other members of Ohio's congressional delegation also condemning the violence in D C. Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman tweeted that actions by violent mobs against law enforcement and property at the U. S. Capitol building are not protected under the Constitution. And the president should condemn it. Ohio Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown tweeted countless lives were placed at risk by this attack on our democracy, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine tweeted. It's an embarrassment to our country, and it's an affront to our constitution. The U. S attorney for the Southern District of Ohio. David developer says Make no mistake Federal crimes were committed and anyone who traveled there with the intent to commit one will be prosecuted. I met Reese Other news, the city of Columbus recorded its ninth homicide with 2021 last night, Officers were called to an apartment along stormy lane just after 9 p.m.. Or 19 year old Trayvon Hardy was found with a gunshot well, he was declared dead at the scene. Witnesses said the victim stepped outside the apartment that was shot and collapsed inside the apartment. There's no motive identified for the shooting. No suspects have been arrested. Used. Radio six dead. W TV END SPORTS This Buckeye Football. Updated service Anthony Thomas Chocolate Bar Guys, another practice to head for Ohio State as he continues to get ready for Monday's national title game against Alabama will talk about guys with you tonight. Join us for box line from 68. Brown's working towards something guys playoff game with Pittsburgh. One of coach Kevin Stepan ski because of his positive covert tests. A little good news yesterday that there were no new positives on the team. Hockey Blue Jackets signed forward Oliver Bjork's Trandahl. Five year extension were 27 million. This Buckeye Basketball Update SERVICE the Legacy Retirement Group Buckeyes Getting ready to Visit Rutgers Saturday Big 10 last night, Michigan stays on beating Blowing out Minnesota from the Central Island, a dealer sports desk Matic Ortiz, radios extend WTBS Coming.

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"capitol complex" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Is it? The people are connecting with Wisey winning or at least competitive this competitive. I that's not he's not being competitive in Leon county everybody around. Here knows knows where he's coming from those knows who he is. But the rest of the state I mean, he's he's running around over in Tampa and Jacksonville has coal central Florida and south Florida. And I think he's kept handing over there. Because they don't know who he is. You know, local matters. I mean, there's FBI investigation all about him. In Tallahassee with campaign funds as well as corruption. I mean, the guy took tickets for for a Broadway show from FBI format and gave money to him thinking. He was a developer. NFL which is a higher end restaurant here in Tallahassee not far from the downtown capitol complex. But I will say this though gifts to, cultivate, a friendship or not bribes. Gift to, cultivate, a friendship. That's all. It is your honor. That's there. You're on around here. They're pushing the he'll be the first black governor if he's elected, and that guess what you're saying about, you know, it's the Barack Obama approaches if I vote for him than that, clearly I am part of history. Oprah Winfrey can be caught on camera crying about it. 'cause it's so exciting and all that stuff. So it's amazing, Dan. Thank you very much. Have you voted yet? Let good thank you. Appreciate.

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"capitol complex" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Hometown. Prod nineteen Seventy-three tower power open set with down to the nightclub lump city. We turn on the TV and time for Archie bunker match game, Sanford and son flip Wilson. All classic nineteen seventy three. They'll we caught the news aerobics is way the president's feet. Some Vietnam stripe in the Mideast melancholy report on the death of Lyndon Johnson. We watch Bette midler winner, first Grammy and sing whatever. Best at boogie Woogie bugle boy company B, that's nineteen Seventy-three. Yes. You're listening to the Santa Fe hometown project nine thousand nine hundred seventy three. Interesting times nineteen Seventy-three particularly in Santa Fe. I was reminded the other day as I loved on us sunny bench in the plaza. I was reminded of the great controversy of nineteen Seventy-three about the Santa Fe plaza. The race ain't plaza which welcomed loafers like me for about. Well, four hundred years in early nineteen Seventy-three the city of Santa Fe began an ambitious plaza improvement project the streets around the plaza would be paved with brick the whole plaza newly landscape old, bandstand, demolished and the bell from the battleship New Mexico moved out to the capitol complex park right there next to the Bronson cutting statue, but.

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"capitol complex" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"capitol complex" Discussed on WCHS

"Results may vary the white house announcing the president and first lady will skip the pre getting you up to date up to the minute on what matters most here's what's happening now on the voice of charleston 965 fm 580 am wchs chris lawrence and it is 965 and 580 wchs your accu weather forecast for today calling for partly sunny sky guys we'll see a high around eighty five degrees today and lose good connected to black lives matters at the rally on the steps of the state capital tomorrow call to action for racial equality holding that rally tomorrow on the capital's north plaza starting at five o'clock now in the wake of the charlottesville violence the state department of military affairs and public safety on friday issued a statement to clearly state the items that are not allowed at the capitol complex at any time those include all manner of firearms or knives sticks including those from signs helmets shields waterguns caps donor pepper spray bicycles and animals the security expected retired of and the event us senator shelley moore capito spoke out in about charlottesville and ripped in a president trump on friday a rare criticism of her party's leader but capital speaking from israel with the charleston because had male indicated trump's words in the wake of the violence in neighboring virginia have offered no comfort as they should have to heal the nation and of other was in a mixed message and inflamed a firestorm other shouldn't be one gordon caboto here i don't think he's handled it very well at all is reaction has been on fortunately very unsatisfactory elsewhere new business will open its doors and could all carry the same today in appalachian cannibus cavity holding its grand opening today from twelve to two at one thirty gough mountain road the story is the state's first standalone operation to offer a full line of industrial him derived cbd products those products contain no tie thc their one hundred percent sourced from him and several state lawmakers are expected to be on hand for their grand opening a crowd expected to turn out monday afternoon to view the eclipse in a very special way.

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