22 Burst results for "Capitol Lawn"

"capitol lawn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:00 min | 7 months ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Then he tries. He does, as hard as he can, over and over again. He dives into the water. To try and get Mary Jo at. Then he gives up. And he waits ten hours to tell the police. Ten hours. Hello. I said ten hours. First he calls his lawyer, he calls the others. Does anybody remember congressional hearing on the snow? No. He wasn't even prosecuted. He played the misdemeanor and he didn't even get the treatment that the paraders and trespassers on the capitol lawn are getting. Ten hours. The lion of the Senate, the man of civil rights. Yes, but he killed a woman. Even if it's neglect, but he dove, and he dove, and yet, according to the actual report, Mary Jo was breathing there was an air pocket. Nobody dove and dove and dove. Somebody was covering his very substantial ass. And for ten hours, he didn't call the cops. Call his lawyer. Call his cousin. But you know, Donald Trump waited a 187 minutes. Notice they don't say, you know, a couple hours, no, no, no. 187 minutes and 43 seconds at man. He should have done more. He didn't do more, and I want to remind you. Most members that I committee still have said nothing, including the Speaker of the House. Nothing. About what took place. Almost took place for Kavanaugh. I'll be right back. What

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South Carolina's Confederate monument protection law upheld

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

South Carolina's Confederate monument protection law upheld

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting south Carolina's Confederate monument protection law has been upheld the South Carolina Supreme Court has upheld the legality of the state law that prevents moving a Confederate monument or changing the historical name of the street or building without the legislature's approval but the justices struck down a requirement that two thirds of the General Assembly must approve a move or name change the ruling keeps the state's heritage act in place heritage act was passed in two thousand as part of a compromise to remove the Confederate flag from atop the South Carolina statehouse dome the rebel flag was moved to a poll on the capitol lawn but it was removed in twenty fifteen after nine black church members were killed in a racist shooting at Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston hi Mike Rossio

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"I know that there will be jail. Support mutual aid efforts and garrison. I can send you some links to local. Dc words if you want to throw it in the show notes chore yet just and if you're gonna go e. prepared have have a buddy block bring bring in. Fact can get ready to party. Yeah i think it's one of the things you mentioned is like more numbers helps in the case of it's less likely they'll be like roaming attacks. That's what we've seen at a lot of these rallies is that sometimes they don't ever like actually cause trouble at where people are you know where where the people are. They wait until people are walking. Away are going back to their car or if there's no one like that they just find some random person on the street. We saw a lot of that in dc of of your choice just finding of people in the area that they thought looked like antigua quote unquote are then just tacking them. So you know the the less scattered people are the less likely you'll get kind of those roving attacks. Yeah i think. I mean it's it's always hard to speculate on the on an event that hasn't happened yet but I believe by the time for the time this airs. It'll be happening tomorrow so saturday. Theo wanna plug anything Yeah you can find me on twitter at the hanson. Theo with zero. Listen to my podcast. Terrorism bad we look through portrayals of terrorism and extremism in popular media. See how it holds up to the real world trying to think of anything else. I'll be there on saturday. i'll be live tweeting. The event tweeting. Good luck with that dead or otherwise incapacitated or i don't have cell service one service is always horrible at these things. Oh it's all it's constant problem. They were blocking signals on january six on the capitol lawn and when i stepped at like thirteen texts from all my friends are like hey. Text me if you're still alive. It's really hard to tell what's going on You know when you're when you're like whether or not it's like a cell signal problem or if it's somebody like targeted you in particular it's frustrating. All right well thank you. Thank you for giving us the rundown on saturdays activities I hope you don't get shot. Thank you. I hope i do. Not as well. That's my general feeling towards anyone who shows up on the on the eighteenth in dc. I hope you don't get shot. Your best yeah and if you get shot know what to do about it. Well yeah have a have a tracking minute. Have some cell ox. Yeah that's ideal but not getting shot is better so nine number. What.

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on It Could Happen Here

It Could Happen Here

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on It Could Happen Here

"I know that there will be jailed. Sport mutual aid efforts a and garrison. I can send you some links to local dc or if you wanna throw it in the show notes chore yet just end. If you're gonna go you prepared have have a buddy block up. Bring a bringing back and ready to party. Yeah i think it's one of things you mentioned is like more numbers helps in the case of less likely they'll be roaming attacks because that's what we've seen at a lotta these rallies is that sometimes they don't ever like actually cause trouble at where people are you know where where the people are. They wait until people are walking away or going back to their car. Or if there's no one like that they just find some random person on the street. We saw a lot of that in dc of. You've probably just finding kind of people in the area that they thought looked like antique quote unquote attacking them. So you know the scattered are less likely. You'll get kinda those roving attacks. Yeah i think it's always hard to speculate on the on an event that hasn't happened yet but I believe by the time the time this the airs. It'll be happening tomorrow so saturday. Theo wanna plug anything yet. You can find me on twitter at the hansen. Theo with zero. Listen to my podcast Terrorism bad We look through portrayals of terrorism and extremism in popular media how it holds up to the real world trying to think of anything else. I'll be there on saturday. i'll be live tweeting. The event live tweeting and good luck with that dead or otherwise incapacitated or i don't have cell service service is always horrible at these things. Oh it's all. It's a constant problem. They were blocking signals on january six on the capitol lawn and when dad like thirteen texts from all my friends that were like. Hey text me if you're still alive and it's really hard to tell what's going on You know when you're when you're like whether or not it's like a cell signal problem or if it's somebody like targeted you in particular it's frustrating. Yeah all right well. Thank you c. L. thank you for giving us the rundown on saturdays activities I hope you don't get shot. Thank you. I hope i do. Not as well my general feeling towards anyone who shows up on the on the eighteenth in dc. I hope you don't get shot. Your best shot know what to do about it. Will you have a minute. Have some cell walks. Yeah that's ideal but not getting shot is better so yes number..

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Morris has been denied bail and is incarcerated in d. c. jail right now set aside for january sixth defendants at a recent hearing the judge stated that one reason robert should not be released on bond is because of his military training the. Us government recruited and trained robert. Only two now hold it against him. fired from his job. Well of course he's been in jail for seven months. Yeah and that's what this rally by the way and this weakens for is to draw attention to the fact that these people are in horrendous conditions worse than we treat terrorists and let's not lose sight of the fact that we've got americans in there and what happened to speedy trials. What happened to guarantee our right chrispy. Russians in many cases. Was that lawyer saying it was Complete isolation I mean it's it's madness Is now now if we were accused of well i guess i guess technically they have been accused of killing a cop. I thought the left loved that right. They they would be out rallying for cop killer done it before they didn't kill any exactly but you know the stretch that they make and i'm just saying that this is something that the left would just on its surface they would love but it was It was pro-trump so therefore it must be evil and we must treat these people worse than we treat. Terrorists get in by the way. I'd like to say you have for twenty years. Had this gut feeling about bush. You know we've said it. He's a progressive. You know he's big government guy. This is his this. Is this thing. This is as extreme as he's been. Yeah this is coming all the way right. And i hate this. But it's like it just shows where leadership in this country is now where we look at george bush before this speech of course As oh my gosh look how great it just called overall. Mendome amy and this ends. I mean this. Any thoughts that george bush is any kind of ally of ours because he's not and he's just not but i mean you talk about being overton windowed when it comes to where we judge our politicians. I mean this is. This is considered a good republican president. No right now. I don't mean by you and me in this audience. Well do you remember. There's other agree. Gis none of a steaks on his part border citing with mexico on the heinous murderers the illegal alien murderers that were That texas was seeking the death penalty for after fifteen years of feeding and coddling and having these guys hang around even though they had brutally murdered two teenage girls at a park in houston texas and then for george w bush to side with mexico wanting their release or commutation of their sentence. I just i mean that was. That was more than i could possibly stand but then you forget about it. Time marches on and it kind of know yeah some of that stuff sort of fades into the background. And you don't remember it but this brings it all back right right and you think about how our reaction to joe biden getting involved with texas and florida on stuff. That should be a no brainer right. Yeah that's exactly. What bush did with texas in this case. It's like what are you doing. yes This is just crazy She's got other examples of other veterans. That are in the same situation and that are suffering in prison right now in jail. And i don't even know that these guys actually broke. Anything or or trespassed if you were on the capitol lawn people are being arrested. Since when is that a crime to be arrested for it to be on the capitol lawn. She's i mean. Give them a ticket and make them pay twenty dollars because they stopped down some flowers. But you don't put them in jail for seven months for that. So yes as as keith mentioned. That's what this rally is about Tomorrow our saturday on saturday. There's a a rally in support of these guys in washington dc. But it's frightening. Because i is that a setup are going to be other elements there to try to blame things on them. Yeah justice for j six. The name of the rally starts at noon on saturday. And that's my concern. Is it. there's going to be other elements there and they're looking for an opportunity to blame even more like there was on january six. Yes there were other elements. They're not saying that every bad thing happened from some other element you know an antique that infiltrated or black lives matter but we know that they were there and we know they were contributing to it. Do you think washington. Dc has been proactive. This go around and locked down the podiums so they can't be hauled off while i hope so. I hope so because you walk up you walk off with a podium right. You walked off with our democracy. My right right you're right. You can't take a podium with just destroying democracy. Y'all if you're going to dc. On saturday don't take any such subpoena. Don't touch don't don't even look at the podium. If you see some road podium sitting down and nobody's around run from even think about it. Yeah run from.

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"We'll start with the memorial program at 7 30 in the morning at the Bean in Millennium Park. A moment of silence will be observed at 7 46 the time that the first plane hit the World Trade Center. That will be followed by the national anthem and the march stepping off at eight a.m. with an arrival at the old Crow Smokehouse in Wrigleyville. By one PM Mikhail 8 90 WLS News. New York Police and other state and federal officials will be on high alert this weekend with an increased present presence throughout Manhattan as the weekend begins. During today's security briefing, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas explain the FBI and other federal agencies have found the dangers of another international terror attack are growing slim, explaining the current major threat your focus on the domestic violent extremists, the individual Who was radicalized by an ideology of hate, or those narratives spread on social media or other online platforms and is drawn to violence Because of that, he says, there's no credible threat to the US from terrorist organizations or individuals, the lives of seven fallen firefighters who died in 2019 and 2020 well remembered at the annual ceremony in the state Capitol lawn today. Governor Pritzker called firefighters some of the state's most heroic public servants. They are compelled out of an unwritten commitment to service without limits, born out of both their innate sense of responsibility. And compassion. To do all that they can for all who need it. After the ceremony, the crowd moved to Springfield's convention Center to present several medals to brave firefighters, including the Medal of Valor Award. Chicago Police are questioning a person of interest in the murder of a pregnant woman found at Lake Michigan last month. 19 year old Yeah, Ariana Wheeler was found by a fisherman and Waukegan and autopsy found she was stabbed several times before she was dumped into the water. The Lake County Sheriff's Office says she was probably in the water for a week or two before she was found. WLS News time is 303. Taking a look at traffic.

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"He's here now. Broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building. we've once again made contact with our leader love america. I'm mark levin. Our number eight seven seven three eight one. Three eight one one. Eight seven seven. Three eight one. Three eight one one enough for me to summarise the story in buzzfeed and buzzfeed wasn't the first to really sort of uncover. What took place here. But it's written the most comprehensive peace and moreover it is a left wing website funded by leftists and so it's uniquely interesting that this piece appears there but the bottom line is i want you to hear this. I want you to know this. And as a reminder of the attorney general the united states is sending out strike forces. I think they come. Fanning them out across the country to try and track down illegal. Guns don't trust them. I would never have said that a few years ago ever. I don't trust them under this attorney. General i don't trust them under the end of the individuals who biden's appointed the department of justice. I don't trust them because abide in this white house. I've seen how they've let black lives matter and antiga in these other marxist violent organizations off the hook while they're searching the country for people who trespassed on the capitol lawn didn't even breach the building and trying to charge them throw them in prison. I don't trust them. It's a sad day but it's true. You know most of us kind of obliquely. Remember some kind of conspiracy. We were told of of white supremacists who wanted to kidnap the governor of michigan. I always found that incredible. Didn't you mr myth. Like what what two knuckleheads. You're going to kidnap the governor of michigan. And exactly. how's that going to work. I want you to listen to this in part the prosecution. This case has buzzfeed has already emerged as a critical test. For the how the by administration approaches the growing threat of homegrown anti-government groups more than that the case of pitta is the ideological divisions that a ribbon the country over the past several years to some the fbi infiltration of the inner circle of armed anti-government groups is a model for how to successfully forestall dangerous acts of domestic terrorism. But for others. it's an example precisely the kind of outrageous government overreach that radicalized people in the first place and increasingly a flashpoint for deep state conspiracy theories so again relating back to this michigan case with the governor and the alleged kidnapping effort. The government is documented at least twelve confidential informants who assisted the sprawling investigation twelve confidential informants in the circle the trove of evidence. They'd help gather provides an unprecedented view into american extremism laying out often stunning detail. The ways the anti-government group's networks with each other and in some cases discuss violent actions. I thought they were talking about black. Lives matter but i was wrong. And examination of the case by buzzfeed news also reveals that some of those informants acting under the direction of the fbi played a far larger role than has been previously reported working in secret. They did more than just passively observe and report on the actions of the suspects instead they had a hand in nearly every aspect of the alleged plot starting with its inception now. Let's stop their. That's their sentence not mine. So if they hand starting with the inception is it fair to conclude not authoritatively but fair to conclude just subjectively that there may not have been a plot but for the role of the fbi. Played mr mussa. They had a hand every aspect of the alleged plot starting with its inception the extent of their involvement raises questions as to whether there would have been a conspiracy without them without them. A longtime government informant from wisconsin for example helped organize a series of meetings around the country. Where many of the alleged plotters. I met one. Another and the earliest notions of a plant took root some of those people. Say the wisconsin informant even paid for some hotel rooms and food is an incentive to get people to come the iraq war vet for his part became so deeply enmeshed in a michigan militant group that he rose to become its second in command encouraging members to collaborate with other potential suspects and paying for their transportation to meetings. This isn't entrapment. I don't know what is from beginning to end. You're setting up meetings your networking people you're paying to facilitate activities. He prodded the alleged mastermind. The kidnapping plot to advance plan then dated the trap that lead to the arrest. The account is based on an analysis of court filings transcripts exhibits audio recordings and other documents as well as interviews with more than two dozen people with direct knowledge of the case including several. Who were president meetings and training sessions where prosecutors say. The plot was hatched all but one of the fourteen original defendants have pleaded not guilty and they vigorously denied that they were involved in a conspiracy to kidnap anyone. The prosecution gathered thousands of social media po. Some four hundred thousand text messages more than thirteen hundred hours of recordings including audio or video from all three vehicles that alleges traveled birch lake on the night of september twelve. It maintains that this evidence shows that many of those who are charged not only expressed anti-government sentiments but also took concrete steps toward the goal of kidnapping or killing law enforcement officers elected officials but the defendants as well as other caught up in these sweeping investigation with stretch from baltimore. Kansas city claim their talk. Never rose beyond the level of fantasy and they never intended to harm anyone. Although they have not denied participating training events or attending meetings and communicating with other defendants. They claim that no actual conspiracy. Can that the governor ever existed instead. They say they were targeted. Because of their political views some described the case as a premeditated campaign by the government to undermine the patriot movement and ideology based on fealty to the second amendment and the conviction that the government has violated the constitution and therefore is illegitimate the argue that the recordings had text messages that the government calls proof of a criminal conspiracy or in fact constitutionally protected speech expressions of frustration at what they see as government's betrayal of its citizens stop reading. I don't think. I will journeys for all but one of the defendants declined invitations to comment on the record for the story to date one defiant and is formally accused the government of entrapping argon. The fbi assembled the key plotters to encourage the groups. Anti government feelings even gave its members military style training additional defendants episode. They plan to make similar claims when they cases divided between federal and state court.

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Buzzfeed Reports About Strike Forces Tracking Down Illegal Guns

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Buzzfeed Reports About Strike Forces Tracking Down Illegal Guns

"In Buzzfeed. And Buzzfeed wasn't the first to really sort of uncover what took place here, but it's written the most comprehensive peace and moreover, It is a left wing website funded by leftists. And so it's uniquely interesting. That this piece appears there. But the bottom line is I want you to hear this. I want you to know this. And as a reminder the attorney general the United States is sending out. Strike force is I think they come, fanning them out across the country to try and track down illegal guns. Don't trust them. I would never have said that a few years ago ever Don't trust them under this attorney general, I don't trust them under the Into the individuals who Biden's appointed the Department of Justice. I don't trust them because of buying in this White House I've seen And they've let black lives matter and antifa. And these other Marx's violent organizations off the hook. While they're searching the country for people who just trespassed on the Capitol lawn. It didn't even breach the building. And trying to charge them and throw them in prison. I don't trust them. It's a sad day, but it's true.

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on WTH Podcast

WTH Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on WTH Podcast

"Not care for this guy and along with the naked bike. Riders world knit outside day was also held on the capitol lawn this afternoon. Each year they gathered. Help put knitting into the spotlight into chat and knit together. The green mountain knitting guild hosts the event to show people that knitting is for people of all ages and genders also just so happens to occur on the day and it just so happens. They're all old white ladies. But it's for all genders ages. Everybody in this everybody in this video. They just want somebody to show up right. Another are visiting anymore. I think judging by the lead in story they just showed up for the naked. Buck rat bike riders. They're like oh look at that penis of the naked bike ride. You cheer for some people of all ages and genders also just so happens to occur on the day of the naked bike ride coincidence. I think it is not a quiz these freaky ladies. Sit out there with their knitting. So they can look at penises flopping by on bikes and perky breasts lately that i mean that's probably like nicely. Oh look at that twenty. Two year old man her tits are going to be at our knees by the time she's sixty two of us. Have you seen a naked bike. Ride ever my tits. Have you ever seen a perky to twenty two year. Old girl at a naked bike ride seem. Hey exactly yeah yeah You know who does the naked bike ride the sixty year old dude with saggy nuts. That's the naked bike rider. When i was at burning man. I saw one of those dudes go san francisco any weekend. We just one of them was a chance to get together and beautiful weather on the state house lawn and knit with our fellow fiber artists and also enjoy the naked bike ride which was a great surprise us on the first year since. Then it's something. We look forward to every year seeing them again and just waving them. On china's eight hundred first time was the second time by the way. None of you are batman right. Okay go back and see some dick's anyway. Well that's that's the show It was it was a show this show to wednesday night but we gave you a show. I hope you enjoyed it. We had a little bit of everything everybody a little bit addict. Talk a little bit of titty. Talk me yelling about stuff. I thought i was gonna. I thought you were going to be the ones that is not the separate the beginning not just me from everything and just to be clear. I agree that the democrats needs to do some shit. They need to get some shit. Done i agree. I think it's a terrible idea. If they don't get shit done to then just go fuck it. Let the republicans. i think. That's a terrible idea. But i guess that's where we divergent viewpoints is just so i'm not saying it's a good idea. I'm just saying that that's what's going to happen. Yeah terrible idea anyway We'll be back next week. Korean will be not be here now. Zombie in north carolina by the time. This time you guys are recording so let me say this If if you'd like to sit over there were kareem as and have me ellie. You reach out. Maybe we can find a seat for you on the show to maybe not. I don't know love to see how it goes anyway. fucking by a man so i was eating simplicity today..

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump began this week and Democratic House impeachment managers show disturbing footage of the deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol. January 6, the White House says it is a reminder of why that can't happen again. This is Mr Trump's defense team calls the article of impeachment. Accusing him of inciting that riot and unconscious ITU Chinna active political vengeance. The former president's lawyers also say his speech to supporters on that day was ordinary political rhetoric. Mr. Trump's team took the unusual step of meeting with three Republican senators before beginning their arguments Friday, even though those senators air jurors in the trial to discuss their arguments. CBS is Nicole Kelly and joins us with more overall, Democrats are very pleased with the presentation that the House impeachment managers put forward there were a senator. It's like Delaware, Chris Coons, who said that it was very powerful, the urban calling it very emotional and in their minds, there really is no doubt that Former President Trump is culpable. Overall, The House impeachment managers also feel that they made a very strong and compelling argument. But quite frankly, when you look at the chamber on Wednesday, you had most of the senators sitting in their seats with rapt attention when that graphic security footage that hadn't been seen before, played out when they realized how close they were to danger. But then the following day on Thursday, there were a lot of empty seats and most of those were Republican seats. And so it does raise the question about the weather. Some Republican senators are starting to tune these arguments out. Do you think that part of the of the House impeachment managers strategy? Is to try and pull the nation in behind them, as well as the Republicans have basically said, Well, you can't prove the president did any of this. But if they can get people in the nation to believe them, maybe it'll lessen the divide a little bit well. There was clearly a strategy to speak not on Lee to the senators in the room, but also to the American people to sway the court of public opinion. And at times during their arguments. You did hear the impeachment manage. Letters of reference the American public and encouraging people toe follow along in their fact finding mission. So, yes, this is ultimately about trying to convince these senators to convict the former president. But it is also about explaining to the American people, in their view about why it's important to hold him accountable. So what's different about the Republican strategy because they clearly can't say that the violence didn't happen well. The president's defense team, the former president's defense team, is arguing that the former president's language is protected by the First Amendment. They claim that politicians use strong language all the time, and that the former president was simply trying to encourage his supporters to fight for their rights. No different. Than any other politician might encourage their supporters. And they are even using in their view of what they say is incendiary language by Democrats to try to illustrate that point. CBS is Nicole Killian. CBS is Jeff Gaze was at the Capitol during that assault and has the latest on continuing security concerns. Yeah, it was on scene that day I was on the West Capitol lawn. Watching people climb the walls. I did not make it inside. But what the House impeachment managers showed was this video. Of how intense the situation was inside. Especially in this new video. You see, Senator Mid me from Utah running from the mob that was coming the other way. He was saved by Eugene Goodman, the Capitol police officer who have gotten you know over the last month because of All of his heroic acts. Well, he stepped in and helped Senator Romney escaped a mob that was coming the other way. And so you saw that video. You also saw video of Majority leader Chuck Schumer. Lu at that time was was running with the help of his security detail. Away from the mob's one member of his security detail had his gun out. So you know anyone who dismisses this mob attack. They should look at that video. This is real. It happened on I say that because you still have people who Don't want to believe that this happened, But the scenes are chilling. And to think that it happened in this country at this landmark for democracy. It's still hard to believe. I've gotta ask you, Jeff. I know you said that you didn't make it inside. But how afraid? Were you watching that happen and being in the middle of that crowd outside because, frankly, it looked terrifying. You know, I wasn't afraid because you know, as you know, doing this job, you end up covering some pretty unsettling things and seeing some unsettling things, So I wasn't Afraid, but I was still Amazed by what I was seeing on even to this day, you know, as we get further out from the event itself, I'm reminded Daily. Just the images on how hard it is to believe that that actually happened. You know, it's still in some ways hard to believe that people attacked The capital of the United States that Americans did that, Uh and so I wasn't scared, but I was stunned, and I'm still stunned by what I saw that day. I've also got to ask you What do things looked like at the capital now? Is there still a fence up and are there security concerns? As this impeachment trial takes place. There are still security concerns because with law enforcement is seeing is this constant chatter? Online from people who are bowing to take action to cause chaos to to cause violence on so there is a high level of readiness here in Washington, D. C. When you go to the Capitol building, and this is a building prior to January, 6 that was open to the public, for the most part. But now there are these security checkpoints in this 7 ft. Non scalable fence with razor wire on top, and that is still in place. You know, it was put in place in the days after January, 6 But we don't see it coming down any time soon because of these potential threats, you know, So we expect Washington D C to remain in this high level of readiness for some time to come, and by the way There are still 500 members the National Guard on standby as a quick action or is just in case any sort of violence pops up. CBS Is Jeff the gays coming up an increase in attacks on Asian Americans and the plight of black farmers. That's next on the CBS News weekend round up Joy. Thanks. 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"capitol lawn" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Round up I'm Allison Keyes. The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump began this week and Democratic House impeachment managers show disturbing footage of the deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol. January 6, the White House says it is a reminder of why that can't happen again. This is Mr Trump's defense team calls the article of impeachment, accusing him of inciting that riot. An unconstitutional act of political vengeance. The former president's lawyers also say his speech to supporters on that day was ordinary political rhetoric. Mr. Trump's team took the unusual step of meeting with three Republican senators before beginning their arguments Friday, even though those senators air jurors in the trial to discuss their arguments. CBS is the call Kelly and joins us with more Overall, Democrats are very pleased with the presentation that the House impeachment managers put forward their work and senator is like Aware, Chris Coons, who said that it was very powerful, the urban calling it very emotional and in their minds, there really is no doubt that Former President Trump is culpable. Overall, The House impeachment managers also feel that they made a very strong and compelling argument. But quite frankly, when you look at the chamber on Wednesday, you had most of the senators sitting in their seats with rapt attention when that graphic security footage that hadn't been seen before. Played out when they realized how close they were to danger. But then the following day on Thursday, there were a lot of empty seats, and most of those were Republican seats. And so it does raise the question about whether some Republican senators are starting to tune these arguments out. Do you think that part of the of the House impeachment managers strategy is to try and pull the nation and behind them, as well as the Republicans have basically said, Well, you can't prove the president did any of this, but If they can get people in the nation to believe them. Maybe it'll lessen the divide a little bit well. There was clearly a strategy to speak not on Lee to the senators in the room, but also to the American people to sway the court of public opinion. And at times during their arguments, you did hear the impeachment managers. Reference the American public and encouraging people toe follow along in their fact finding mission. So, yes, this is ultimately about trying to convince these senators to convict the former president. But it is also about explaining to the American people, in their view about why it's important to hold him accountable. So what's different about the Republican strategy because they clearly can't say that the violence didn't happen well. The president's defense team, the former president's defense team, is arguing that be former presidents. Language is protected by the First Amendment. They claim that Politicians use strong language all the time, and that the former president was simply trying to encourage his supporters to fight for their rights. No different than any other politician might encourage their supporters, and they are even using in their view of what they say is incendiary language by Democrats to try to illustrate that point. CBS is Nicole Killian. CBS is Jeff Gaze was at the Capitol during that assault and has the latest on continuing security concerns. Yeah, it was on scene that day I was on the West Capitol lawn. Watching people climb the walls. I did not make it inside. But what the House impeachment manager showed was this video. Of how intense the situation Woz inside. Especially in this new video. You see, Senator Mid me from Utah running From the mob that was coming the other way. He was saved by Eugene Goodman, the Capitol police officer who have gotten you know over the last month because of all of his heroic acts. Well, he stepped in and helped Senator Romney. Escape mob That was coming the other way. And so you saw that video. You also saw video of Majority leader Chuck Schumer, who at that time was Was running with the help of his security detail away from the mob's one member of his security detail, had his gun out. So you know anyone who dismisses this mob attack? They should look at that video. This is real. It happened. You know, I see that because you still have people who don't want to believe that this happened. But the scenes are chilling. And to think that it happened in this country at this landmark for democracy. It's still hard to believe. I've gotta ask you, Jeff. I know you said that you didn't make it inside. Like how afraid? Were you watching that happen? And being in the middle of that crowd outside cause frankly, it looked terrifying. You know, I wasn't afraid because you know, as you know, doing this job, you end up covering some pretty Unsettling things and seeing some unsettling things, so I wasn't afraid, but I was still Amazed by what I was seeing on even to this day, you know, as we get further out from the event itself, I'm reminded Daily. Just the images on how hard it is to believe that that actually happened. You know, it's still in some ways hard to believe that people attacked The capital of the United States that Americans did that on, so I wasn't scared, but I was stunned, and I'm still stunned by what I saw that day. I've also got to ask you what do things looked like at the capital now with they're still a fence up and are there security concerns. As this impeachment trial takes place. There are still security concerns because with law enforcement is seeing is this constant chatter? Online from people who are vowing to take action to cause chaos to to cause violence on so there is a high level of readiness here in Washington, D. C. When you go to the Capitol building, and this is a building prior to January, 6 that was open to the public, for the most part. But now there are these security checkpoints in this 7 ft on Uh, we don't see it coming down any time soon because of these potential threats s so we expect Washington D C to remain in this high level of readiness for some time to come, and by the way, There are still 500 members the National Guard on standby as a quick action force, just in case any sort of islands pops up. CBS Is Jeff the gays. Coming up an increase in attacks on Asian Americans and the plight of black farmers. That's next on the CBS News weekend round up Pinera's new flatbread pizzas.

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Weekend Round up I'm Allison Keyes. The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump began this week and Democratic House impeachment managers show disturbing footage of the deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol. January 6, the White House says it is a reminder of why that can't happen again. This is Mr Trump's defense team calls the article of impeachment. Accusing him of inciting that riot and unconscious ITU Chinna active political vengeance. The former president's lawyers also say his speech to supporters on that day was ordinary political rhetoric. Mr. Trump's team took the unusual step of meeting with three Republican senators before beginning their arguments Friday, even though those senators air jurors in the trial to discuss their arguments. CBS is Nicole Kelly and joins us with more Democrats are very pleased with the presentation that the House impeachment managers put School where their work and senator it's like Delaware, Chris Coons, who said that it was very powerful, the urban calling it very emotional and in their minds, there really is no doubt that Former President Trump is culpable. Overall, The House impeachment managers also feel that they made a very strong and compelling argument. But quite frankly, when you look at the chamber on Wednesday, you had most of the senators sitting in their seats with rapt attention when that graphic security footage that hadn't been seen before, played out when they realized how Close They were to danger. But then the following day on Thursday, there were a lot of empty seats, and most of those were Republican seats. And so it does raise the question about the weather. Some Republican senators are starting to tune these arguments out. Do you think that part of the of the House impeachment managers strategy is to try and pull the nation and behind them, as well as the Republicans have basically said, Well, you can't prove the president did any of this, but If they can get people in the nation to believe them. Maybe it'll lessen the divide a little bit well. There was clearly a strategy to speak not on Lee to the senators in the room, but also to the American people to sway the court of public opinion. And at times during their arguments. You did hear the impeachment managers of reference the American public and encouraging people to follow along in their fact finding mission, So, yes. This is ultimately about trying to convince these senators to convict the former president. But it is also about explaining to the American people, in their view about why it's important to hold him accountable. So what's different about the Republican strategy because they clearly can't say that the violence didn't happen well. The president's defense team, the former president's defense team, is arguing that the former president's language is protected by the First Amendment. They claim that Politicians use strong language all the time, and that the former president was simply trying to encourage his supporters to fight for their rights. No different than any other politician might encourage their supporters, and they are even using In their view of what they say is incendiary language by Democrats to try to illustrate that point. CBS is Nicole Killian. CBS is Jeff Gaze was at the Capitol during that assault and has the latest on continuing security concerns. Yeah, it was on scene that tails on the West Capitol lawn. Watching people climb the walls. I did not make it inside. But what the House impeachment managers showed was this video of how intense the situation was inside. Especially in this new video, you see. Senator Mid me from Utah running from the mob that was coming the other way. He was saved by Eugene Goodman, the Capitol police officer who have gotten you know over the last month because of all of his heroic acts. Well, he stepped in and helped Senator Romney. Escaped mob that was coming the other way. And so you saw that video. You also saw video of Majority leader Chuck Schumer. Lu at that time was Was running with the help of his security detail away from the mob's one member of his security detail, had his gun out. So you know anyone who dismisses this mob attack? They should look at that video. This is real. It happened on I say that because you still have people who don't want to believe that this happened. But the scenes are chilling. And to think that it happened in this country at this landmark for democracy. It's still hard to believe. I've gotta ask you, Jeff. I know you said that you didn't make it inside. But how of great? Were you watching that happen? And being in the middle of that crowd outside, Because, frankly, it looked terrifying. You know, I wasn't afraid because, you know, as you know, doing this job, you end up covering some pretty unsettling things and seeing some unsettling things, So I wasn't Afraid, but I was still amazed by what I was seeing on. Even to this day, you know, as we get further out from the event itself I'm reminded daily. Just the images on how hard it is to believe that that actually happened. You know, it's still in some ways hard to believe that people attacked The capital of the United States that Americans did that, Uh and so I wasn't scared, but I was stunned, and I'm still stunned by what I saw that day. I've also got to ask you What do things looked like at the capital now? Is there still a fence up and are there security concerns? As this impeachment trial takes place. There are still security concerns because with law enforcement is seeing is this constant chatter online from people who are vowing to take action to cause chaos to to cause violence on so there is a high level of readiness here in Washington, D. C. When you go to the Capitol building, and this is a building prior to January, 6 that was open to the public. The most part. But now there are these security checkpoints in this 7 ft. Non scalable fence with razor wire on top, and that is still in place. You know, it was put in place in the days after January, 6 But we don't see it coming down any time soon because of these potential threats, you know, So we expect Washington D C to remain in this high level of readiness for some time to come, and by the way There are still 500 members, the National Guard. On standby as, uh, Quick action or it's just in case any sort of islands pops up. CBS Is Jeff the gays coming up an increase in attacks on Asian Americans and the plight of black farmers..

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on WJR 760

"News. Talk 7 60 wjr 7 2010 degrees and news talk 7 60. Wjr. We just saw that to Dr Fauci is wearing double masks and and no, he said. You were the surgical mask first, and then you put like one of your cloth masks or whatever over it, And one of the one of the keys here is too Make the masks fit your face in a tighter way. Of course, the answer's giving in 95 stock to Fauci and why we don't have millions of them all around. Send free at this point to all Americans is beyond me. I don't understand that. But that's another story. Another time. What I do understand is Jonathan hosting is on the job with Bridge magazine. And, uh, a frequent guest on this program. Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirky is in the barrel. And the barrel keeps getting deeper. Jonathan. Good morning. Good morning, Paul W Thanks for having me. He apologized for what I guess he turned for is Crude and Conspiratorial comments caught on a hidden camera video. I always think when I see something like that boy with friends like that you don't need enemies, but be that as it may They recorded him on camera for like an hour. And he said some things that he later said he regretted the terminology. But then he Well, then he spoke to the attorney. Know the Who do you speak to the Lieutenant Governor? Lieutenant Governor. Without another open mic that he wasn't considering. You're trying to explain himself. He got into deeper trouble. You'll do a better job of explaining this. Jonathan hosting. No, I think you've got the basic points right Senator for Key was filmed. It was actually last week in a meeting with the Hillsdale County Republican Party. And while Senator Tricky, is known in Lansing as a pretty conservative lawmaker He is apparently not conservative enough for the new Hillsdale County GOP because they were planning to and did eventually actually censure him. Um, for amongst other things, not fighting the governor hard enough on covert 19 in their opinion, now Sure he was meeting with them to try and dissuade them from doing that extensively. During that they started talking about the capital insurrection on January, 6 and Senator Shirky suggested that it was a hoax and staged to on planned in advance. Bye except puppeteers, unseen actors operating above elected officials. Even maybe Mitch McConnell, Um, but he said that you know, it wasn't trump people. In his opinion. Maybe some of them got caught up in it, but that it was orchestrated by someone else. Now there's not a lot of evidence publicly T that end. Um you know most. The arrest we've seen have been pretty loyal Trump supporters, So it's not sure where those Claims they're coming from. But he also suggested in that secret video that Republicans had banked governor Wittmer hard on budget issues and appointment rejections on suggested at one point that he had contemplated inviting her to a fistfight on the Capitol lawn. So he did apologize that night for what he called insensitive comments, But he didn't specify what exactly he was apologizing for. And the following morning, a zoo you mentioned he was caught on a hot mike on the Senate floor, saying, You know that well, he regrets some of the words he chose. He frankly, didn't take back any of the points he was trying to make. So, um, the century stood by his message, If not Theo. Exact words he used and, you know, continued Tonto face criticism because of that. He said out kind of a blanket apology. I think I got mine. Text, I believe might have been an email. But anyway, I sure wish he'd come on the show. And we could have Ah, free and open conversation without him worrying about being edited or not. Being able to clearly state what he means. There's gotta be some frustration there, whether it's frustration there because we know for a fact. That much of the trouble that happened at the Capitol was planned for weeks, if not months in advance by groups of people that apparently openly talked about it, and social media channels. And there were thousands of people there who didn't know a thing about it. There were thousands of people there who thought they were doing what is constitutionally protected there. Protests walking around the capital and marching, walking, whatever with flags and signs and really had no idea What this other group of people or people that broke off From them or never was with them that actually were breaking into the capital and causing wreaking havoc and being very stupid and dangerous. But there's thousands of people that weren't in that group. And nobody talks about that. They act as if the entire group was the same. And I Unless you think I'm wrong, Jonathan, do you disagree with what I'm saying? Well, no, I mean they were. I don't disagree. There were tens of thousands of people I don't know maybe more there. And of course, you know a smaller number considerably smaller number actually were among those who broke into the capital. So any time you have a crowd that large, of course you have, you know some different groups operating but the suggestion that it wasn't trump. People that broke into the capital is Ready, demonstrably false. I mean, some of those groups planning attacks were you know far right wing paramilitary groups that had protested the election results and and followed the president's claims that it was rigged. Um I would. I would. I would my my bread. I would remind us. That Some of the people who we had planned on attacking our governor and had plans to attack our governor, and that was all laid at the feet of Donald Trump. Because of his rhetoric. Some of those people hated Donald Trump. In fact, they hated anyone in organized government. And I suspect it. I mean, I think people were here too. Yeah. I mean, I think when you see you know, extremism that takes a lot of different forms. You're right about the Whitman Attackers. That's Atley. Stop. One of them was an anarchist, too, You know, film video, saying he didn't like trump. Others were Trump supporters. So you know, they certainly got Caught up in the same sort of anti government movement. In.

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on WJR 760

"Frank Beckmann Show News Talk 7 60 wjr. Welcome back into the program. Everybody, I think you you probably remember last spring, we covered the story extensively about the Wasilla Barber 77 year old Karl Banky Governor Whitman. Of course, this was in May. Had issued these harsh guidelines, which was shutting down individual shop owners like Karl Banky, his shop was a barber shop and the governor, You know, she was putting out threats that these barbers and stylists, we're gonna lose their licenses and, you know, eventually she she sent in the very mine to try to shut down Karl Banky, who still got support in a rally at the state Capitol. It wasn't violent at all. It was simply a rally by people who thought that individual rights were being trampled by this governor and the attorney general's office. Well, you know what there was A There was a hearing yesterday in 54th District court in the Lansing. We're judge should Christians. Simmons had this hearing and she she dismissed without prejudice or with prejudice, meaning these charges can't be father later day with prejudice the charges in the case against Karl Banky, who's Lansing based attorney's been with us often, and we welcome him back into the show. And if he wants to spike the football here, we understand why Because this has been a battle for for a year. Now nearly and David Coleman is on the other end of our line. The Siegel see senior legal counsel at the Common Legal group, David. Good morning. That's have you back, sir. Well, thanks, Frank. It's always a pleasure to be with you. Well, so this this ruling, and nobody can stand up and say Judge Kristin Simmons was one of those right wingers. She was appointed by our current governor, Gretchen Whitmer. Right? Right? I mean, this is a pretty clear case, in our opinion, obviously, but their first Amendment free speech issues he our clients were simply there that day back last May, Operation haircut. At the state Capitol. Hundreds of people came out and got their hair cut on the Capitol lawn. And they were doing that as a protest to many of the lockdown orders and the things that the governor and put in place. And you know it was important for people to stand up and be heard, and that's what our six clients did. And so they're just very relieved, Frank. Frankly, at this point That they no longer face the prospect of having a criminal record or potential jail time because this was a criminal case of misdemeanor for simply exercising their First Amendment rights to peaceably speak out. And that's what this is about. And I think that maybe the lesson from this case is that look, people need to not be cowed, not be intimidated. They need to be willing to stand up. And in a reasonable, rational, calm manner, state their position and not be afraid to speak out, even though sometimes the powers that be are taking these steps to prosecute people who have their opponents. Try toe, crush their businesses and destroy their businesses. People need to stand up and speak out or we're all going to be the worse for it. Yeah, the case. Very, very interesting from from an individual rights standpoint, too, Because if it in some ways it seems to me it questions the authority of the governor to make all of these, uh, these these decisions for us and tow have discretion over what opens and closes with the argument. Well, I'm just trying to save lives, and you've got to follow my orders to do that, and Exercising her authority over it. Right. You know, we don't live in a government like that. We were not supposed to live in a one person rule monarchy. You know where one person decides all these issues? We live in a representative Republic. And that's what the Supreme Court ruled last October was that the governor is supposed to work with the Legislature. Look, the emergency part of this is long past. Frank, We're here. This virus is here. We have to learn to live with this and to deal with it and do it the safe, responsible manner. There's no emergency at this point, and so the fact that the governor simply continues to act solo. Without, you know, consulting with the Legislature trying to come up with a compromise or a way that everybody can agree and buy into the program. She's not. Obviously she's not willing to do that. And so that's what's underlying all this. I mean, we have so many cases right now, Frank that from roller roller skating rinks, the bowling centers to restaurants, and we're still involved in representing them against These orders and these shutdowns of their businesses. Thankfully, restaurants are now starting to be open a little more after last week's order. But it's still pretty tough, a 25% capacity and you know all the other requirements that air they're so I really fear for our business community and where we're gonna be If this continues much longer does does the governor David consult with the people who are your clients, whether they be restaurant owners or others before she she makes these rulings that she have any questions about what her what her decisions might mean to these businesses. Well, I don't You know, she hasn't been consulting with our clients. She has her agents and people in the county health department and stuff. But they don't come out and consult that they come out and issue edicts. You know, you will do these things or else we will shut you down and take you to court. Take you into administrative hearing, So it's not like there's a lot of discussion going on. No, it's do it our way or else and that's what we're faced with, even though we have clients. We haven't had a single client, Frank that's had one case of covert to be determined to be found to have emanated or started from their business. Whether it's a restaurant, a bowling center, Whatever. Not a single case. And yet they're being treated this way in their businesses, their being essentially shut down. Which is why we file that takings lawsuit a couple weeks ago and arguing under the federal Constitution of Michigan Constitution that this is a taking. Property by the state government. And so they all our clients fair compensation for their taking. And what does that look like? The fair compensation? Is there a dollar figure that's been placed on it. Well, that's all part of the evidence that would be presented at trial. We're gonna hard you lost profits, other expenses like property taxes. I think here the governor shuts down these businesses tells them they can't earn a living can't have any income coming in these restaurants and other places. And then turns around and the state says, Oh, it's property tax time. Pay us your property taxes and, oh, you can't pay your property taxes will get swat after next year. If you can't pay it, we come in and take your property. So so they tell the business they can't earn any money can't earn a living can't hire people And then if you don't pay us your property taxes. Will come take your property. How fair is that s o. This is the new America. Yeah. Yeah, That's why I think people need to stand up and not do it in a way like that Small little crowd did You know, I'm January 6th That doesn't help anybody. Um, those folks should be prosecuted. You know who went.

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"There are next. You're welcome to my radio program on the edge. So Senator Ron Johnson, one of the guys who was out ahead of the curve, along with Who's the guy Grassley, He and Grassley two senators broad ahead of the curve on Voter fraud on the cool the whole nine years back in 2020. That was then this is now another rendered powerless pretty much he's come out and said that capital that would be Washington, D. C. Eyes still barricaded, and that is descend a signal to any trump supporters trump voters that they're dangerous. That signal has been clearly sent. No, I don't have the actual website. Somebody told me yesterday that They and two other people that they served out her on some type of an enemies list site. And today I'm Praeger. He had a woman on talking about the guy that was cowboys for Trump. I remember that guy. Guy was they were on horseback. They will come out with trump flags. I think after rodeo guys or what? But they were serious cowboy guys on horseback that were parading for Donald Trump. Well, one of them went to Washington D. C. This is I'm pregnant show today. And I happen to be on the Capitol lawn. He wasn't even in the capital was down the steps he's on the lawn. He was on the lawn of the nation's Capitol building the Capitol building. Well. One thing led to another. They I guess, got him on video or if it happened at the exact time, but he was arrested. He went before a judge and he told the judge that he didn't respect Joe Biden is being president was fraudulent. I don't know what you got into that for, but I'm gonna put the line of questioning was but one thing led to another. The guy's in jail now without bail. For a political position. That there's no more no less. He didn't He didn't break anything and do anything. He's in jail right now without bail. This is since he's rested on the sixth or seventh. Whatever this was on Preggers show today and pregnant, pointed out, rightfully so. This is police state tactic in America right now that I mean They're letting people out of jail that are convicted rapists that are murderers that are child molesters. They're letting him out because they're safe from Honduras or Venezuela are Mexico. They're turning people is because, well, we don't want him to get China murder virus. They call it Cove in 19 minutes, a China murder virus. We don't have to get that. Let's turn him loose. I can't be in jail. We're not arrest anybody for a victimless property crime. Yeah. But this guy Just happens to be on the lawn of the Capitol building, and he's being held right now. Without fail. They got the guy down there in Florida that was online. Telling people that you can vote by the Internet. You know, don't worry about going to voting in person. Just vote online. You could do it now, and they're tagging him with he's deprived people of the right to vote. Well, he's a trump supporter. She had gone the other way. No, they would be in Joe. Had he been a murdering rapist trouble, mister. You'd be out on the street. So that's where we're at in 2021. And what's led to that? Well, the coup that started in 2015 16 and on steroids and 17 and ran all the way up through right now. Through right now. The coup. Rolled out by with left. By the left by the Democrats, Socialist left by the anti American America last left. Right now, By the way, is infesting the White House. They've been installed. You cry and whine all you want. Stop, kick your feet. Whatever. Over, man. They handed us our ass. Is that came up and they said, Look, you know. Hey, man invites President get used to it. There's no fraud here. You talk about fraud? Well, Whoa, We're not go broken. Tolerate that? No, You can't do that. Do that. You're gonna get fired. You're going to get the ostracized. You even supported Trump in the first place. You ain't getting a job, man. You can't apply for a job. Because if we can take them off your Facebook page, or we can show that you were in a rally. Oh, you're screwed. That's what's going on right now. This is East German. Stasi. Got it. This is what's going on right now. In America. You happy with that? I'm not. I'm pissed off about it furious about it. I mean, I'm doing all I can. Given my my Mr Microphone. What I don't know what you do. I really don't know. I mean, I don't know how you Ah, construct back effect quite seriously, if you don't have some type of a platform You may feel pretty pretty. I'm scared right now. Because what we're gonna do especially, you know, let's say, for example, you work for the school system or you work for the water Department. Whatever in a government job, or you're at the university. You know you're in the police department. You're serious as conservative and you know this election fraud was election fraud. You say that to a co worker? You put that on a Facebook page? Whoa! You're going human resource is Jack. Not only that You're going to critical race training, you racist pig. Yeah, Even if you're black, you're acting what? You're going to critical race training. Yeah, we gotta get you straight. We gotta reeducate your ass. We are right now in a third World country meets east German police. Straight up..

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of emails and phone calls that damn letter in the Indiana General Assembly got to force a vote on the bill that would in the governor's emergency declaration. It couldn't be that Eric Holcomb is a very forthright and honest man. I know he would never lie. He would never Use his powers the governor politic for political expediency. So of course, you know, the weekend came and happened and there was no protests. Bry, it's back to duel our dear friend of duels filmed himself out on the Capitol lawn of filming. No one there on Sunday. Monday came and went and the honor of Dr King Everything was peaceful. Tuesday came everything piece What day What day was it? Tuesday? Tuesday? Tuesday came everything peaceful. So I told you I said, because I looked out on our our state, The monument circle and I saw no one there. I said surely there must be something Then they must be forming at the Capitol were were minutes away from the inauguration. I said I for the Good of my listeners and our listeners. I'm going to get in my chariot, my low value foreign automobile, because that's what I can afford on a radio broadcaster salary, and I will drive to the capital like Robert Worrell in Batman getting out amongst the masses braving for myself, and then the things that I will do for those And I thought that I am participate Rioters and protesters and maga flags and tear gas and national guards. I mean, did you have like, Were you armed? Where you did? You have, like a bullet proof vest on? No, I would get out my mask with me because I was trying to follow applicant all applicability state law. Of course, I couldn't get in the State house because it's shut down right and mock And I, by the way, have the picture posted at the mock and Rob Show Instagram account. Machen Rob Show you can see for yourself. I toured all four sides of the Indiana State capital. And I said, I'm going to take pictures of all of these, uh, photographic evidence of what I saw. Keep my this is minutes minutes before the inauguration, which we were told that the Q and on and.

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"But i knew like with everything that just splashes onto the scene. I knew it was allowed to happen. If not produced from scratch. So let me just give you. I'm not gonna read both passages. They're they're kind of peace but this like scathing article that is trying to impugn anyone involved in these uses this this call to action as proof that violence was intended. Here's the problem this organization that was calling people to go to the capital was called wild protests dot com and. That's the kind of stuff that makes you think that it's a setup because the name in itself is a setup you'll swallow the name if the words appeal to you is it called sees the capital dot com. There are a few that said. Yeah i like this says you know who who would be associated with something called wild protests dot com and. i can't see all the other ones. There were a bunch of names that were that did seem to be. Speak the kind of wildness that happened. But it didn't happen anyway. What it said was while process zest dot com posted this on the day before the event it said it said we the people must take to the. Us capitol lawn and steps and tell. Congress do not certify on january. Sixth congress cannot certify this fraudulent electoral college. Our presence in dc will let members of congress know that we stand with rap mubarak's and his colleagues in the house of representatives who will bravely objects the certification of the electoral college. Where needed at least one senator. We've identified six seven including tommy to reveal who join our cause stop. The steel is working closely with the vote up with patriots in the congress. That is the call to action that this website street on prayed which was kind of i thought an alternative website that i kinda liked is saying is one of the two passages the other ones even more benign that is that they are claiming was the call tashin and that just proves my point. I didn't know that passage existed. But what did we say. What does the first thing. I asked an when we asked her why she was there. Said i want is your map. But we're not there to support the congressmen and senators. Who were going to object. To certifying the fraudulent. That's how i opened the conversation. And here it is in writing and this is proof positive. But the fact is the headline of this article says the untold story of how republicans funded recruiting the mob that the capital. How is that recruiting a mob that attack the capital. What's up guys with such uncertainty in the world right now. The best way to have true security is by growing your own food and neighbors feed and seed in.

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on WTOP

"Right police and arrested on the Capitol lawn and now the remainder of the crowd have been swept clear of the capital back in the direction of the National Mall. We've just learned that at least 13 people have been arrested. In today's chaos. At least five guns have been recovered. As you know, if you watched any of this unfold At the beginning, there seemed to be a dearth of police presence around the U. S. Capitol, at least compared to the number of protestors that has changed and our neighboring states outside of the district, Virginia and Maryland are sending in folks to help restore order. Governor Larry Hogan of Maryland has directed the state police to send troopers to assist Metropolitan police in the district and the U. S. Capitol police. Hogan has also said he's instructed the edge Ident general of the Maryland National Guard to call up a rapid response force to support law enforcement. Hogan, a Republican whose father served as a member of Congress, has issued a statement saying all Americans should be outraged by this attack. In our nation's capital. He called it a heinous and violent assault on the heart of our democracy. Virginia governor Ralph Northam is also Santy in aid 200, Virginia state troopers and members of the Virginia National Guard. Northam says he's working closely with Mayor Muriel Bowser and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Hey, Brian. W T o P. New, by the way, If you are planning to ride the metro system Metro tells us that it will end rail service at eight o'clock tonight because of the day's events and Metrobus service will end at nine o'clock tonight..

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"capitol lawn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"capitol lawn" Discussed on WTOP

"21. CBS News Special Report. All eyes they're still on Georgia is the final votes tallied in the Senate runoff races, CBS News Projects Democrat Reverend Raphael War not to become the state's first black senator, and he tells CBS news he'll preach on Sundays. The last thing I want to do is spend all of my time on Lee talking to politicians. I'm afraid that that might accidentally become one Republican. Kelly left there has not conceded any other race, John Assaraf has declared victory. Over Republican David Perdue. I will look forward to serving you in the United States Senate with integrity with humility with honor. CBS News has not projected ourself the winner Naco Killian on the importance of this vote. President elect Joe Biden says having two more Democrats in the chamber will help advance his top priorities like covert relief and vaccine distribution. Their victories would lead to a 50 50 split in the Senate with Vice President elect Kamila Harris as the tie breaker. CBS News Special Report. I'm coming. McCormick supporters of President Trump in his false claims of widespread election fraud or pro testing in the district Today. One demonstration was scheduled to be underway near the White House at this hour. Another's plan for 10 this morning on the Capitol Lawn. The president is said to speak to some of the protesters in about two hours near the White House. Later today, Congress will count the electoral college votes affirming Joe Biden's victory. No chance of America first during protest here in the district yesterday, supporters of the president packed Freedom Plaza.

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Protests break out in Michigan over state's stay-at-home order

Lars Larson

05:05 min | 3 years ago

Protests break out in Michigan over state's stay-at-home order

"And I have mixed emotions about Michigan because my dad grew up there as a kid I went back as a kid many times to visit my many uncles all of whom are gone now and I had a great time going to Michigan I love the fireflies and everything else I'm also pretty crazy about the U. S. secretary of education Betsy to boss who was on the show yesterday I think she's a terrific public official as a member of president trump's cabinet now the governor of Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer not so crazy about her she has done some one eighties she has been inconsistent and now apparently her actions to try to act on the China virus infection in America have drawn literally a massive protest against her and threats of recall so I thought we got to talk to Scott holiday about that Scott is with our affiliate station W. I. L. as in Lansing which is ground zero for these protests as well Hey Scott welcome back to the program Hey thanks largely to being a it's been too long and of course we also had the little side issue that apparently Gretchen Whitmer didn't think before she decided to blast Betsy to boss saying that the the device family was waging war on her at a time when the device family which is very wealthy family was also apparently producing mass or providing massive amounts of personal protective equipment for some of the critical functions that are going on at Michigan barely that that is caper notice when she when she threw that little brick bat at the secretary of education give me a perspective on what's happening and what happened today in particular with these protests in Lansing yeah one Lansing today there were it was called the operation gridlock and the idea was to basically have a a socially distance protest normally when you have a protest in downtown Lansing it would be lots of people filling up the capitol lawn that were a hundred maybe two hundred that did get out of their cars but today was very unique up police said there were maybe up for five thousand people involved but it was simply cars filling up all of downtown Lansing even out onto the highway that runs through downtown now the only gridlock they were causing with the phone because downtown Lansing is all government workers and a lobbyist and everybody's working from home right now but it was certainly an impressive showing in cars honking horns all day long and there were some people that I guess I got out of the cars and wave flags around and it was it was an impressive showing so they certainly made their voices heard I mean it's kind of the goal was to get some good TV footage and some footage stand about going on social media I think they they succeeded yeah it was very visible to the whole country and their protest look an awful lot of as you know are under these kind of restrictions no matter where you are in America there only a few states that haven't gone along with that at all but what is going on in Michigan that the governor does not seem to have the support of the public in taking actions and some of the action chief Tate she's taken are almost laughably over the top like saying you can still go get food but don't dare you don't you dare buy a gallon of paint at home depot or don't buy any garden seeds to get your garden going so what some people are calling virus guards this year because who knows what's going to happen with the food supply I mean the idea that that she would lock down many things that don't seem to have any direct application to actually keeping people from getting sick well I think the the governor's done not kind of a daily briefing much like the president has been the one she gave this afternoon of the protest was kind of winding down I think was a good example of where she's coming from she cited one of the survivors that had met with the president yesterday who was from Michigan and she quoted as telling the president that the only place he could conceive that he might have caught the virus because it wasn't around too many people was from a gas pump and she was citing how long she's been told that the virus can live on well services like gas pumps and it's pretty clear from what she said and what she's trying to do that as she's trying to keep as many people home as possible by whatever means she can and that was one of the things were you know you can travel to a second home well that's cottages in Michigan which it sounds like you're familiar with a lot of people would be traveling from southeast Michigan which is the hub of coronavirus here in Michigan and traveling to other parts of the state and in her mind going through a lot of gas stations and touching a lot of things and potentially getting a lot of people second from what she said today it she was basically you know pleading with people to please stay home I I get the sense that her her alternate goals can we get this thing open back up by the end of the month and she's kind of willing to do whatever it takes to keep people home enough that takes doing some unpopular orders looks like she's going to

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Oklahoma eyes tax hikes as teachers' strike threatens second week

Bill & Wendy

01:35 min | 5 years ago

Oklahoma eyes tax hikes as teachers' strike threatens second week

"Home invasion in buffalo grove it resulted in three people being stabbed wgn's ryan burrow has more thirty one year old shakeup william beeman of arcadia wisconsin pleaded guilty to three counts of attempted murder an account of aggravated animal cruelty prosecutors say he broke into the buffalo grove home while the homeowner was sleeping his son and some friends were playing video games during a confrontation beeman stabbed the homeowner his son one of the friends and the family's dog though the injuries were all nonlife threatening beaman was founded in nearby gas station prosecutors say he told them he went into the home to do a drug rip there were no drugs found in the home brian burrow wgn news medical examiner has linked another death to the possible use of synthetic marijuana the officers at twenty one year old man's body with twenty two year old man's body showed traces of an element used in rat poisoning one of wisconsin's largest coal power plants is permanently closed we energy says the pleasant prairie plant in kenosha county just across the border was taken off line this week and thousands of students in oklahoma out of class again today as teachers and other school staff are in their fifth day now of a walkout over education funding abc's jim ryan says there's action inside and outside the capitol in oklahoma city remembers you've heard unanimous consent request the oklahoma senate is debating a series of potential revenue raisers to fund teacher pay hikes while outside teachers and students rally on the capitol lawn firstgrader marley parker of ada oklahoma was thrilled recently to open a school book and find the name of a hometown hero scrawled inside singer blake shelton who's forty one now had been issued that same book in nineteen eighty two.

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Activists lay thousands of shoes outside Capitol for children killed by gun violence

Jay Sekulow

02:24 min | 5 years ago

Activists lay thousands of shoes outside Capitol for children killed by gun violence

"Well a silent but stunning protests today near the steps of the us capital some seven thousand pairs of shoes scattered on the capitol lawn representing the seven thousand children that have been killed by gun violence since the sandy hook school shooting back in two thousand twelve the temporary memorial called monument for our kids organizers wanted to bring calls for gun control to congress's doorstep meantime the clock is ticking for russia following the attack on a former russian spy in his daughter with a nerve agent prime minister theresa may gave them until midnight to explain how it happened saying it's highly likely that russia is responsible as tommy lightner shows us that expired his daughter remain in critical condition the british government is demanding that russia take a look at it stockpile of chemical agents and provide some answers is that this was a direct by the russian state against our country all the russian government lost control of its potentially catastrophically damaging nerve agent and allowed it to get into the hands of others yeah russia's now saying it will cooperate only if it received samples of that nerve agent it's been eight days since former russian spy sergei scree pal and his daughter were found slumped over on a bench and salisbury which is a small city located outside of london investigators are still collecting new evidence today and that's because of the dangerous nature of the nerve agent it's called nova talk this is the first time it's been used in europe since world war two nobody choke is very sophisticated military grade nerve agent it's more potent than sarin and vieques which means a smaller dose is required producer deadly effect it was not immediately clear why sergei was targeted sure he was a double agent but that was years ago he started as a russian military intelligence officer and was recruited to spy for britain in the nineties he ended up in a russian jail but was free during a spice swap in two thousand ten and that's when he settled in salisbury where we assume he lived a relatively quiet life until this happened tammy leitner nbc news london news from around the world now a candlelight memorial in bangladesh for the.

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