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French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe resigns, government reshuffle expected
"Minister shortly after the French president's office announced his resignation. Respondents got car has more from Washington amid an expected government reshuffle. French President Emmanuel Macron prices outgoing Prime Minister Edward Phillips outstanding work in the past three years. The reshuffle comes days after a green wave swept over France and local election, Macron saw his young centrist party defeated in France's biggest cities. As the pandemic was peeking in the country. In March and April, Authorities came under fire for a lack of masks, tests and medical equipment before that Macron's pro business policies wide I've seen his favoring the wealthy had been hampered by the yellow vest movement in France against perceived social injustice. Scott Carr
Atlanta police officer charged in death of Rayshard Brooks granted bond
"Police officer Garrett Rolfe, who was charged with the shooting death of Rashard Brooks will be granted bond with conditions. He appeared via video. Brooks wife Tameka, speaking at the hearing that you did not deserve to die. And And I I shouldn't shouldn't have have to to live live in in fears. fears. Wow. Wow. Waiting Waiting for for the the man man who who killed killed my my hands. hands. Me Me tragic. tragic. Horton. Horton. Brooks Brooks was was shot shot in in a a fast food parking lot after being found sleeping in his car. And after an altercation with police trying to run from officers. You're listening to
600 Dallas Police Officers, Spouses to Get COVID-19 Testing
"Positive for the virus. And so now the police Association Is making testing available for all officers and their spouses. 40 out of 3000 officers is not quite 1.5% but it seems likely Mohr officers have the Corona virus or have had it. So Deepa is opening its offices on Griffin Street today as a testing site. They're working with a company called Safe Work run by Dr Nick Carr, who also owns a chain of urgent care clinics in North Texas. Car says they take the swabs on Ly FDA approved labs to run the tests. Heard Luis NewsRadio 10 80 k R O L D
Encore Boston Harbor To Furlough 3,000 Employees Ahead Of Limited Reopening In Phase 3
"Anyway. There's more news to Ah, the encore casino. Before the before we became Massachusetts. They had 4200 employees in the effort Casino because the encore casino They furloughed 3000 of their workers today. They've been kind of hanging on hoping that something was gonna happen, but they can't wait for phase three forever, so the 4200 employees in March are now down to
These are the police use-of-force changes Sacramento officials are proposing
"The Sacramento city council is considering an update to the city's use of force policy councilman Larry Carr says it includes three additions to current guidelines it bans the carotid Shoko it bans no knock narcotics search warrants and because we're only going police officer training among other things do no harm every race and society training Sacramento police chief Daniel Hahn says he supports those changes a lot of it we already do and some of its more recent like we did away with the carotid hold a couple weeks ago so I think these are good things that one we always look at what we do and how can we get better and to that they do it in a public way so people know what's going on the goal is to increase transparency and accountability in the city's continuing effort to build trust between the community and the police department city council will discuss the matter at next week's meeting
Coronavirus Job and Death Toll Is Widespread in Massachusetts
"Massachusetts unemployment and job estimates for may is we're not getting any this this is not getting any kind of publicity because I you know again they the amen chorus everybody in the Boston media is apparently into this coronavirus they want to keep the state shut down I don't know why it's killing the whole state including the the the media everybody's lay a you know radio TV newspapers are all laying people off and yet they're still promoting this panic born but this is the may twenty twenty employment overview of this was issued last Friday over the year leisure and hospitality in Massachusetts have lost two hundred and twenty five thousand two hundred job that's sixty percent of the jobs have been lost sixty percent how's that it seems the same purpose for all it except for government of course even government is lost government is lost eight percent of its jobs but this is this is the most interesting part I thank this with any gun this was from that this is the Wall Street journal and that walked down states in the jobless job gains are much greater in states that have reopened faster if I miss this in any of the Massachusetts newspapers idea I apologize but I don't think I have the labor department on Friday reported jobless rates in may for the fifty states and the news is the greater than usual variation some state economies are recovering much faster than others and the worst performing tend to be those that have imposed the most severe locked out that's okay so we want to hear the hear the pop states for the bottom states these are the these have the highest unemployment rates the VAT at twenty five point three percent to be expected right casinos Vegas Hawaii the battle by the way twenty five point three percent Hawaii twenty two point six percent again a vacation destination Michigan twenty one point two percent Gretchen Whitmer total disasters governor and the next level the states are tied California Rhode Island and Massachusetts are
Rep. Doug Collins, Atlanta Police Union calls for special prosecutor in Rayshard Brooks case
"And the police union in the police union in Atlanta want a special prosecutor to be named in the race R. Brooks case books were shot and killed by officers at a Wendy's after he fell asleep in the drive thru and then had a confrontation with police Georgia congressman Doug Collins is among those calling for justice it is time for the district earning a Fulton County to step aside and have well the Attorney General to appoint an independent prosecutor you cannot prosecute cases until the investigation is over you don't do it for politics your job is to find justice for everyone in response Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr says their office can appoint another prosecutor if a DA disqualifies himself or herself or court disqualifies
PGA golfer Nick Watney tests positive for coronavirus
"Five time PGA tour winner Nick Watney has tested positive for coronavirus is the first player with a confirmed infection since golf resume to full schedule last week A. B. C.'s chucks Iverson as more Nick Watney withdrew immediately from this weekend's RBC heritage tournament in Hilton head South Carolina he must self isolate for at least ten days under the PGA protocols he missed the cut at a tournament in fort worth Texas last week tested negative when he arrived in South Carolina but before the second round what NY reported Colby type symptoms also the shock to be honest competitor Vaughn Taylor cars are racing kennel nervous all for Jordan Spieth's hopefully contact tracing doesn't lead to anybody else testing positive speech expressing confidence in PGA health protocols chucks Iverson ABC sports
Massachusetts Coronavirus: 7,800 deaths, 106,650 total cases
"Taking a look now at the latest corporate nineteen numbers here in Massachusetts there are now a total of a hundred and six thousand six hundred and fifty positive cases of the virus two hundred and twenty eight new cases were added yesterday thirty new for tallies also reported seventy eight hundred people have now lost their lives here in the bay state meanwhile nearly one thousand people are currently
Many places are observing Juneteenth for the first time
"The nationwide protests sparked by the George Floyd killing have undoubtedly raise the profile of the black lives matter movement and given the timing has also drawn more attention to Juneteenth the most popular commemoration of emancipation from slavery in America but Greg Carr chair of Afro American studies at Howard University says that momentum comes with some trepidation in some ways we've been socialized to think of things almost episodically so when Jewish Floyd lost his life was like the beginning of a new episode in contemporary American history but he didn't mean the calls of the previous episode we're in the middle of a pandemic and because of coronavirus concerns Steve Williams and the national Juneteenth observance foundation has helped communities around the country set up virtual celebrations all while still working locally to make Juneteenth a federal holiday we need to let Congress know that it's about time we take at least one day I'm interested issue into slavery in America and what we need to go for Juneteenth is observed by DC and forty seven states including Maryland and Virginia and recently several billion dollar entities have made it a company holiday but to truly understand the spirit of Juneteenth Georgetown University assistant professor of African American studies Marcus board junior says it requires a commitment to learning from multiple sources no one black person contains that multitude and so it's important to actually be in community with people and that is not something that you can do on a surface level it's something that you have to invest in something that you have to be sincere about board added that community enjoy your at the center of Juneteenth which could mean it will soon be celebrated by all Americans in the same way as July
Prosecutor: 2nd officer in Rayshard Brooks' death is cooperating, faces 3 charges including aggravated assault
"Eleven criminal charges including felony murder filed by prosecutors in Fulton County Georgia against the now fired Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolph after last Friday's shooting death of ray Sharpe Brooks outside of a Wendys once Mr Brooks was shot there is an Atlanta policy that requires that the offices have to provide timely medical attention to Mister Brooks are the anyone who is injured Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard announcing the charges said the other officer at the scene Devin Bronson was charged with aggravated assault and will be a witness for the
Nathan’s 4th Of July Hot Dog Eating Contest In Coney Island, New York Will Go Forward With Relish, But No Crowds
"Nathan's hot dog eating contest to take place without a live audience what the hell is a hot dog eating contest without a live audience in the jet I totally agree the corona viruses not canceling Nathan's famous international hot dog eating contest instead the pandemic is just turning the stomach expanding sport into a more intimate affair the fourth of July tradition usually held outside Nathan's original location on Coney Island surf and Stillwell ABS will this take place it routed this to take place in a private
New York's Governor Cuomo signs "long overdue" police reform legislation
"J. for police officers around the state governor Cuomo signed into law today as you've been hearing reform legislation which will include total transparency about officer background checks and an executive order requiring even more changes in the way patrols conduct themselves ten ten was reported Juliet Papa with our story tonight the governor's executive order requires local police departments across the state a total of five hundred to devise a plan for new policing strategies including use of force and bias awareness sit down at the table with the local community address these issues get to the root of these issues he set a deadline for passage and implementation of the new procedures for April first otherwise he says those agencies will not get state funding the police reform measures signed into law include the Eric garner chokehold ban garner's mother Gwen Carr was in attendance it was a long time coming when it came the law makes the crime a C. felony with a possible fifteen year prison
New York's Governor Cuomo signs "long overdue" police reform legislation
"The state governor Cuomo signing into law reform reform legislation which will include total transparency about officer background checks and an executive order requiring even more changes in the way patrols conduct themselves ten ten wins reporter Julia Papa has our story the governor's executive order requires local police departments across the state a total of five hundred to devise a plan for new leasing strategies including use of force and bias awareness sit down at the table with the local community address these issues get to the root of these issues he set a deadline for passage and implementation of the new procedures for April first otherwise he says those agencies will not get state funding the police reform measures signed into law include the Eric garner chokehold ban garner's mother Gwen Carr was in attendance it was a long time coming when it came the law makes the crime a C. felony with a possible fifteen year prison
McConnell: George Floyd protests 'hijacked' by rioters
"Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says peaceful protests are one thing but what's been going on is quite another the streets of a major American cities or again the saying of looting and violent rioting that serves no purpose minority leader Chuck Schumer says president trump himself has been undermining peaceful protest the president's relentless need to make a weak man feel strong led him to order federal law enforcement officers to gas peacefully assembled Americans so we could see need his way to a church photo op the president held up a Bible in front of the historic Saint John's Episcopal Church which had been set on fire over the weekend Linda Kenyon Washington governor Cuomo says while he continues to support peaceful protest he's completely disappointed and outraged by widespread looting here in New York and the police in New York City we're not affected at doing their job last night almost suggested the national guard could be deployed if city officials ask meantime there's a curfew crackdown starting at eight PM instead of eleven continuing through five AM and extending through Sunday council speaker Corey Johnson the Reverend al Sharpton and when Carr Eric garner's mother are demanding increased police accountability amid the protests and rioting they're pushing for legislation that would make choke holds or any kind of policemen over that restricts the breathing a legal Sharpton says of such a bill had been passed earlier or if the officers connected to garner's death were prosecuted maybe what happened in Minneapolis wouldn't have happened and car asking the opportunists who are stoking violence to go home as she put it this is our movie and we don't want to be an extra and are
NBA, Disney discuss resuming season in late July at Florida complex as part of single-site plan
"As for re openings the NBA is in talks with the Disney corporation on a single side scenario for a resumption of play in central Florida in late July the clearest sign yet that the league thinks the season can continue amid the pandemic and the NBA basketball players association also talking with Disney games will be held at the ESPN wide world of sports complex it's a forty square mile
'Power' to 'plunge a needle into your arm': Dershowitz says forced vaccinations are constitutional
"Of audio did you happen to hear and forgive me if I missed it Alan Dershowitz saying that the government has the right to plunge a needle into your arm when he was talking about vaccines did you hear about that I always scrolling social media early today I saw something I didn't have time to check in go back good what are the details what it what did he say this because he's a very kind of you know he he he says it how he sees it he analyzes so give us give us is the sky believe me I I admit I was on the Dershowitz jet train I thought he did a great job talking about the impeachment but he was absolutely right I think he's very smart and I respect him but he's a little bit cavalier with this statement saying that the government has the right to literal and I'm quoting here plunging needle into your arm now I think vaccines if we're talking about vaccines for crown of ours it's great to have that as an option if people want to do the vaccine that's fantastic right but it starts to creep me out when you have Alan Dershowitz saying it's constitutional for the states to come after you and just stab you in the arm in the I guess for public safety
'Fat Guys at the Movies' Kevin Carr on reopening of theatres amid pandemic
"We are joined by our guys at the movies guy Kevin Kerr and Kevin I know theaters are opening here in Pinellas county they're gonna open up again right now the much to the chagrin of some but the movies themselves aren't being made anymore now than it's going to be a while probably for Hollywood cranks it up again and well yeah I think people are waiting and seeing what's going to happen because the movie that's that's next on the slate the next one that that had a release date that did not get moved his talent which is David of seasoning which is Christopher Nolan's latest film he of course did inception and the dark knight movies in interstellar and Dunkirk and this is going to be a big movie part of it is it's a seventy millimeter film the once showed him thirty five millimeter and seventy millimeter to my Max but it's also two hundred million dollars so you need to have as many theaters open and you got to have them being able to play and you also have to have a sort of that consumer confidence of people going out to do it you can't deal with the suppressed audience now they just dropped attendance trailer yesterday last night and it is it does not have a release date all the trailer but according to the website it's still coming out on July seventeenth so we'll see before there's new content that that's coming out I think this is one of those you know what came first chicken or the egg the reader is going to open up a nationwide or are they gonna start releasing movies first and and that's something but I think it's a wait and see I think there's there's still some time left for this to be pondered could you see because the state of Georgia is opening up and we know that there's a lot of film incentives out there could you see Hollywood packing up and maybe going out east to Georgia to get some of this film work done for future movies well here's the problem with actually ramping up the production as well is it the there's there's the insurance issue that that every large production had carries of some sort of production insurance it says that they're going to be able to continue to produce and make this movie and that there's not something that's going to happen to it like a great example is in the fast and furious movie there this is one of the best movies there in the middle of making and Paul Walker died and then change the schedule and change the budget and changed everything they had insurance that covered that it's gonna be very hard to start up production on anything with any sort of coronavirus insurance so like the big productions are still out you know I E. independent doesn't matter where they where they go even Tyler Perry's talk about opening up but you're going to have to have distancing there as well either talking about producing smaller movies like a Blumhouse is going to be doing something Michael bay has one that he wants to start producing very soon but those are going to be smaller low budget the productions are not gonna be the two hundred million dollar blockbusters well they're going to be interesting to see how it all plays out and I guess going to be big for Netflix and Hulu and all of those like that
"carr" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"She was blonde a midriff. Top and white deasy Dukes. Roberts slammed on his brakes when he got to her. Almost causing a pile up on the interstate. Her name is Jenny and she was very intoxicated. She needed to go to Fort Lauderdale and thought Robert was a cab driver. He took her Tameemi trail and tried to force her to perform oral sex on him. She bit his penis and tried to dive out of the car but he caught her by her pants and ended up tumbling to the ground with him. She started screaming and he started trying to shut her up finally strangling her until she went limp losing consciousness. He threw her bank in the car and sodomized her later as he was raping her again. A police officer pulled up behind his car and flipped on the Siren. When Jenny realized it was a cop she started screaming that she was being raped. Rob Tried to play it off by saying she was married and needed a story to tell her husband his good nature. Act did not work this time. Jenny had sobered up the first officer on the scene. Just had a hunch something wasn't right with Robert Carr and so other officers were called to respond. Robert was arrested and taken to Dade County jail where he was questioned by homicide detectives. Charles d'etre Pilic and David Simons. They were convinced that he was involved in the murder of a young sex worker who had been found just a mile and a half away from where Robert had taken Jenny. Angela man a twenty five year old intellectually and developmentally disabled sex worker. Had Come to Miami from Indiana just five months before she had been found just two weeks before Robert was arrested for raping Jenny. Robert denied any involvement with Angela and also any involvement with several other rapes investigators brought up however his conscience got the best of him and he started talking about the rates he had recently committed. Initially he did not mention. Tammy MARK OR TODD. But after he had been put in his cell his conscience wait on him again and for. Tammy he realized he had to confess. He wrote T R. Huntley on a piece of paper and gave it to the jailer saying he needed to talk to the detectives again. They did not want to talk to him and said they would see him at his arraignment. He was antsy and couldn't let his self-preservation outweighs conscience so while in court. He made something of a scene saying loudly to a guard. I WanNa Talk to you Mr. He was told to be quiet initially then Robert just got louder so the guard sat down behind him and asked him what he wanted. Robert pointed at David Simmons and said he needed to talk to him. The detective asked if it was important to which Robert replied is murder important. David took him out of the courtroom and walked Robert to a holding cell. The two other detectives showed up later in the day and walked Robert to the sheriff's department across the street. Once they are Robert wrote down the names of his former victims including their last names. Except Todd's because he forgot it after hours of speaking Robert Promise to take them to the bodies which were in Mississippi and Louisiana. The detectives arranged it and in a few short days. Detectives brought Robert New clothes and they got a flight to New Orleans once there. The detectives rented a car and Robert. Convinced them to go visit the area where Tammy was buried. He showed him or her personal belongings. Were and then. They went back to New Orleans. Were they checked Robert into the parish jail for night the next morning the two detectives picked him up and a small convoy went to Mississippi to exhume. Tammy from her grave. Several local law enforcement officials were in attendance including Hancock County. Sheriff Sylvan J. Ladner junior another official. There was Dr Ronald K right chief. Deputy Medical Examiner for Dade County Florida doctor right leader commended Robert for his memory because he let them ranked Tammy's grave and personal belongings. Robert had a little more difficulty finding marks because it had been for years and vegetation had changed and grown doctor right also disputed. Sheriff ladders claims that Tammy had been buried alive because she had struggled with her ropes. Dr Right said the rope marks on her back again pre mortem and that she had definitely been dead. When placed in the grave after the uncovered the two young victims and Mississippi Robert led them to Todd's grave and Louisiana and then the next week. The detectives took Robert to Connecticut to show where he had buried Rhonda through all this. Robert have contacted an attorney but he did not listen to his attorney's advice and continue talking to the detectives. Part of his reward for talking was unfettered phone contact with his wife and Connecticut. Robert was also vocal during this time period saying that the blame for the former should fall solely on the Connecticut State Prison System Shoulders. Robert said that he had tried to seek help while in the Connecticut prison but they released him anyway with all four bodies located Robert Carr was mentally absolved of some of his guilt but reportedly told reporters that he couldn't say he would not kill in the future he had also allegedly said something similar to officials in Connecticut in Nineteen seventy-two. He told them if you were paroled without getting psychiatric help that he would quote. Go out and kill someone officers who work. These investigations were shocked by the level of Control Robert over victims in the three floor murders. There had been many opportunities for his victims to run but they did not Robert Carr was indicted by a grand jury on June twenty third nineteen seventy six. The indictment stated the murder of todd. Peyton occurred between November nineteenth and November twenty second nineteen seventy-two Mark Wilson's murder was listed as occurring between November twenty second and Twenty Eighth Nineteen. Seventy two the Florida grand jury indictment did not include Rhonda Holloway's murder and Robert Car could not be charged with this murder. Do the three outstanding murder charges and Florida. Robert pleaded guilty to the rape and murder of the three Miami Youth. He also pleaded guilty to the rape of Johnny later. In September nineteen seventy six tried to change his plea to not guilty for the murders but the judge would not allow him to withdraw his plea. Robert Claim that detectives had misled him regarding his charges and the death penalty. The judge ruled that Robert knew what the penalty for first degree? Murder was Robert. Kerr had a speedy trial. He had been arrested on. May thirty first. Nineteen seventy six and his trial commenced in September nineteen seventy six. He had requested a jury trial and this was granted an August Robert Carr testified in his trial and admitted to jurors that he had rape six people after he murdered. Tammy on September seventeenth. Nineteen seventy six judge. Natalie Baskin no relation to Carol Baskin Sentence Robert Card to three life terms plus three hundred and sixty years Robert. Kerr spoke to reporters in the chapel of the county jail following his sentencing his first words to the families. I'm sorry that my insanity killed their children. He said he was grateful for the sentence he had been given. Although he had requested the death penalty he told judge. Baskin your honor. This is my final request for treatment. However Judge Baskin said at sentencing that of the death penalty would relief society of dealing with car but this country has fought wars to prevent extermination of the week. She continued by saying that the death penalty does not serve as a deterrent for those that suffer from mental illness. Car also sent a letter to his living victims in Connecticut and August nineteen seventy six urging them not to let the public forget about his crimes. Robert cars conviction and sentencing was of little comfort to the families of his victims. Those young lives were tossed away and the families had worried and wondered for months and even years before they received any news adding to that was the callous response of the police. Who insisted mark and todd were merely runaways? And who had once told Tammy Huntley's mother they would have notified her. If an unidentified body had been Tammy's Tammy's mother felt like she was bothering the police and they did not want to hear from her she. In Todd's mother teamed up to ensure Robert Card never walked the streets hunting for prey again a few months into his sentencing. Robert Car was sent to a psychiatric hospital for the treatment he had requested for so long. He was there for about a year during which time he did not respond well to the treatment while at the hospital he was found with tools in his possession and a small stockpile of food. He was sent back to the prison shortly. Thereafter Robert Wanted to team up with Edna Buchanan. Who had written many of the articles about his crimes and arrest. He explained. He wanted to write a book about his crimes to help law enforcement find predators such as him. Robert was given a great deal of freedom. To speak with Edna who was eventually recognized as a regular around the prison. The two ended up with hundreds of interview tapes. The book has apparently been used as a training tool for law enforcement in the past a letter to the editor of the Miami Herald on December thirtieth nineteen. Seventy seven exemplifies feelings about Robert Car that many residents of Florida had Lorraine Kellogg.
"carr" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Hour with some headlines. You don't get sportscenter mud so we try and fill that it'd be a little bit of Headline Field. We start with one that This has been tweeted out about thirty minutes ago by Lindsey theory are ESPN NFL nation Reporter covering the Los Angeles Rams as quote committed in La Times article out there that says the L. A. Times reporting that Los Angeles Mayor Eric. Garcetti told high level staff from several departments that big gatherings such sports and concerts might not be approved until twenty twenty one so getting reminded that local governments still trying to figure out what to do and how to best deal with everything going on in a pandemic world. Wnba News The New York. Liberty have traded all star team to Charles to the Washington mystics. As part of a three team deal on. Wednesday. It's complicated deal New York. It's the twelfth picking the WNBA draft from Washington as well as the ninth and fifteenth picks from Dallas. The liberty will also receive Taylor Hill from the wings and Walker from the mystics Dallas gets Washington's first round pick in two thousand twenty one New York Second Round. Pick in two thousand twenty one a lot of moving parts here but it's reminded that we are right around the corner from getting the W NBA draft. Which you'll be able to watch on ESPN? And also lastly in the headlines. Dak Prescott frustrated. He's frustrated with the media frustrated with the conversation and he's frustrated. It's been turned into a big deal that he had what he's telling me was just a dinner. Party his quote Ed to the reaction that we've all had over the course of the last few days to the reports that he had a party over the weekend his quote. I understand except that there are additional responsibilities in media. Scrutiny that come with being an NFL quarterback but it's very frustrating and disappointing when people provide completely inaccurate information from anonymous sources. Especially now to set the record straight. I know that we all need to do our best to socially distance and like everyone else. I'm continuing to adjust to what that requires but the truth is that I was with fewer than ten people for a home dinner not a party on Friday night so he sets the record straight from his own mouth to what was going on as I take your take on. Espn radio the ESPN APP. Siriusxm channel eighty ESPN news. We're presented by progressive insurance getting a little bit of your take on when when you'll be comfortable going back Dr Faustus comments that we've been talking a lot about over the course of the last hour or out on. Espn DOT COM article. Where he points out that in his opinion sports won't be saved to return unless there it's done in a quarantined way with no fans in the stands as also referenced in that article. There's a Seton Hall Business School Survey. That was done. That showed seventy two percent of the people they serve. It would not be comfortable going back to live sports when they reopened. That's why I asked you what you're comfortable with. Triple eight say. Espn eight eight eight seven nine. Three seven seven six. Are you going to go back? And you're going to participate in it. You're GonNa let that sort of moment right out for your triple eight say ESPN APP Jason. Fitz you can also tweet me getting more nos than I expected on twitter. I thought that I'd find out that people are alarmingly pro going back but we haven't seen that yet. We'll get some of your take coming in just but I'm excited for this. I gotTA admit I'm excited for this. I get to give you the straight talk brought to you by straight. Talk wireless what we're GONNA do the. Qb continued series happens every single day. We break down a different team on. I take they look at the quarterback situation. They talked to somebody from the team around the team. And they give you a little sense of. What's going on the quarterback position specifically? Well we all know where my family's I'm sitting here talking to you right now. Wearing raider sweats raider. Hoodie and a raiders hat. Because I bleed silver and black. You all know that so. Qb continued today. Happens to be breaking down my beloved raiders. I'll give you a little bit of my thoughts but I will get thoughts from somebody. That's actually on the team right now as clean for the debated fourth overall pick from last year Who came in and had a up and down. Rookie year joined. I take today to talk about. Derek Carr and competition within the raiders. I mean I just feel like competition brings the best out of everybody and Co's grew preaches that fullest extent. And obviously I love the. Cdc someone who took me on nieces weighing the second I came in and You know obviously A Lotta fans might portray him as lie you know. He's Kinda IFFY and his third. But I love the defense. Obviously we just trying to bring in the best group of guys. We can have an quarterback role to kind of bring out the best out of everybody. We'll go from there. I appreciate your love for DC. Clean Cleland thank you for being on the show but I must ask you this question. I understand that you level. My question is do you believe in. Him. I know he can play. He's not a scrub completed. Seventy percent of his passes last year. I got respect for the brother. But do you believe that? He is the franchise quarterback for the future that God move forward with for years to come. I definitely feel. Idc has that. No no I mean we wanna give them all that money for no reason. I mean you definitely got to look at how things went last year. You know obviously the situation when it's only ordering work out the way that we want and Obviously we had a very young receiving core and that can be tough on a quarterback and receiver. So it kind of goes hand in hand but I feel like we we we. We will head in the right direction with with whoever goes out there. So I'm excited for DC hand. You Know Marcus to anybody who might get breath. Will they traded Khalil? Mack for draft picks. One of them turned into you and people were surprised we were projected as a first round. Pick but how high up you went and then you had your rookie season. Really good against the run. Not a lot of sacks usually defensive ends especially when they do the kind of grunt work or good or stout against the run are tend to be a little rated them when they put up the flashy sack numbers. What was your evaluation of your rookie season? I feel like I had a good rookie year. You know I put up. Some numbers probably every category. I would just say Just what the the way that you know? My team was asking me to play. You know I don't know if you've watched or not but actually inside and outside and I was a little bit of a different mix for me because I see that as my potential and luckily I feel like we have a very young group as a defense ally still learning to play together. But I feel like you know. Obviously I'M A lot. It's like the state you know what I mean you don't you can't you. Can't cook a whale good filet Mignon and two hours? I say time but when his red is going to be ready so I'm is actually she know what I'm talking about so you know I feel like you're going to be true especially because I really I mean I've been putting that work in for sure I take on. Espn RADIO AND ESPN news. I don't know if I can remember a quarterback that's more sort of vilified by a fan base and I don't know that I understand why I get tweeted. All the time about raiders takes particularly about Derek Carr because many of the fans have decided the Derek Carr simply isn't good enough. I would challenge that concept. Look I'm not saying that. Derek Carr is the next Aaron Rodgers and unfortunately in his MVP year for so many people that became the comparisons MVP caliber. I should say that became the comparison. It suddenly became. Derek Carr is going to be Aaron Rodgers. Good the fact is most teams. Don't ever have Aaron Rodgers. Could it just doesn't exist to that level so now. So what now what? Who Do you actually have quarterback Derek Carr last year with receivers that? Nobody's ever heard of completed seventy percent of his passes for four thousand fifty four yards twenty one touchdowns in a quarterback rating of one hundred point. Eight now I know stats. Don't say everything but those stats. His completion percentage was better in a head to head comparison. The Russell Wilson to Shawn Watson or Dak Prescott. His yards per attempt was on par with all three of them. In fact interceptions the second lowest of the group his quarterback rating the second highest of the group. You can look at him. Statistically and see that he's a quarterback that continues to perform at a high level and that's what's maddening is. He's spectacular no. Is he good enough? Yes and should that be good enough as much as that's the shocking answer for many people? I believe it is. We've we decided the Derek Carr is the villain because he doesn't take a lot of risks because he doesn't take a lot of chances and I understand that but I would challenge everybody that is standing up today saying there cannot be the future quarterback for the Las Vegas Writers. I would challenge every raiders fan to say that to at least go back in your lifetime like I have and remember the quarterbacks that you actually grew up rooting. For if you're forty three years old like I am that list. Forty-two almost forty three. That list is comprised of more names like Todd Marina Vich than it is names like rich. Gannon Derek. Carr doesn't get the credit he deserves. I'm not saying he's Aaron Rodgers but I don't think he gets the credit he deserves now. We're GONNA continue as we do with the. Qb continued every day. To get an expert on straight talk wireless. We're going to get some of that everything for only at Walmart we're joined now by ESPN radio reporter. Paul Gutierrez Paul. I was just waxing my thoughts on Derek Carr so give me your mindset on Derek Carr the quarterback lacking poetic Jason and as always. Hey you know you went old school on me and I know I'm a few years over the news so you're going back to Miranda Vich I'M GONNA go back and I'm hoping you're wearing Zubizarreta pants right now. You know because if we're GONNA talk old school I mean. I grew up with Plunkett. Mark Wilson and Wilson was the villain and Plunkett could do no wrong. Lunka was the guy winning super bowls and and it was ugly and it was dirty but he was winning. And that's the one thing that that with. Derek Carr I believe in Raider Fans Today. Is They think back to twenty sixteen and and how much he was kind of a gunslinger there how he was extending plays how he was playing at a league. Mvp level really until the broken ankle in the next to last game of the season and he hasn't really been that same guy ever since and yet you look at the numbers career highs in passing yards last year career. Best completion percentage over seventy percent. He is the raiders franchise all time leading passing leader in terms of passing yards. And yet. There's still something missing for for a lot of raider fans and and car fans we'll tell you well. He's missing a wide receiver number one. The Antonio Brown experiment blew up in their face last year. And they're still trying to recover and car detractors will tell you he's just not the same guy since breaking his ankle and my expert opinion and all this. They're both right. And that makes a Lotta sense while I would agree that he's become more hesitant since the injury but I would also agree. I mean you look back to some of the games last year and it would be like a trivia contest trying to figure out who was throwing the football to the receiver position was decimated so look at this team moving forward now if the argument has been. He doesn't have the weapons. And we're going to continue the quarterback series with Derek Carr. How does he continue this year? How how do they do? They have better weapons forum in your mind. Well not unless they draft or get wide receiver one. Because that's the biggest glaring hole out there. I mean like I said the Antonio Brown thing just blew up in their face and they were still trying to recover from it down the stretch of the season last year because that offense was really kinda built in geared towards Antonio Brown so unless they draft somebody or find somebody on the free agency scrapped. You can fit that role then. There's going to be that built an excuse. And yet you see what Darren Waller did explosive as a playmaking tight. It Josh Jacobs. Who if he doesn't Miss? Three the last four games the runaway winner of offensive rookie of the year that offensive line which is beat up all year. It's still kept him fairly clean. So there's not a lot of and I hate to use this word excuses for him but there's always that built in one about he doesn't have that play making receiver and yet if you look at certain plays in certain games on certain. Faiths these guys whether it's Zeh Jones or tyrel with with both aching feet guys were getting open. But they're also a lot of drops and that affects them his confidence not only himself but his confidence in his receivers to go ahead and say. Hey you know what I'm GonNa let you make a play. He had confidence in crabtree competence and Cooper until he didn't any longer. And you saw what happened after that we're talking to ESPN raiders reporter. Paul Gutierrez I. Take your take on. Espn radio I'm Jason Fitz. Give me your thoughts on the draft for the raiders particularly because there has been some speculation that they're interested in Jalen hurts or a quarterback that they can attain in the third round. That sort of level do you project that they will be looking at quarterback position in this year's draft depends on who you talk to and we talked to Mike mayock yesterday and he's obviously never gonNA show is true hand to us that he has his board. He's GonNa go that way because on one. Hand the raiders. Do have five six in the top ninety one. And that's great on the other. They don't have anything from twenty to seventy nine and that's may sweet spot so I can see them trying to trade back from nineteen and get back into the second round because they don't have a second round pick He likes her third. Rounders may say you know having three third round fixes almost like stealing And if they're doing their job right. That's three starters they confide. So when it comes to the quarterback position he could not praise Derek Carr enough. And here's the simple fact here. Is that this shutdown Every workout being virtual all that does is working..
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"Carr this is my first time to call in to anything so wrist that's okay don't worry that might be ailing is I can not vote for any Democrat because socialism latest the communism leads to slavery I word rather be free and have prompted mates from may have statements and doesn't consider the at the problem he's creating but you look at what he's done he's done more than any other president in the history of this country to benefit the people he thinks about the people is he always right now I wish sometimes he keep his mouth shut but I'm going to vote for the man that does the most for the people of the United States regardless of what happens on his impeachment and I'm just hoping they don't throw me in jail before it's all over with I don't think they're going to throw him in jail he hasn't he hasn't committed any crimes this is this is the thing though I mean he hasn't committed any crimes in their coming after him they want to throw me in jail if he keeps saying that you know this should never happen to a president of the United States again that should never happen to any American again and you know you talk about what are the alternatives I mean I read last night in the last hour of the show the column by a more read Dowd's brother the because she's a columnist for The New York Times every year at thanksgiving she turns over the column to her brother Kevin who's a former cop and and he is in the first sentence of his of his column was in The New York Times on Sunday he said the marine my sister sends me all these emails every every throughout the course of the year saying how can you support continue to support that evil orange man president trump and he said is the answer to all these people who why email I'm as look at the alternatives that's what it comes down to that's what Trampas started saying that his at his rallies and it's it's more than just a good laugh line it's true you know you hate what does he say you know you may not like me what you're going to have to vote for me because what are the alternatives like the earlier caller said Joe Biden still be the front runner after all of this the other candidates are even weaker than creepy Joe Biden.
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"Well first of all it so fun to me you. We know lena dunham and she said i really want you to interview my friend erin. She's wonderful your phone and i said then let's do it and then i knew that you did at the heart of gold which i watched and then i started reading. It was like oh my goodness. I know i know all about you because i read the night of the gun because your father david carr was friends with tom arnold back in minnesota or wisconsin or something and so thomas friends with him recommended. I read that book. I think it's my favorite drug memoirs. Is that the john roots called. That's one of them. Yeah yeah recovery genre but like you know what the really bad stuff that happened. How do we account. I sort of book yes in. Do you like those books in general absolutely yeah. Do you have favorites. I love caroline naps drinking a love story. Ooh i've never read it is just this incredibly really weird. Devastating story of female journalists who was duly ambitious and addicted and like found herself between two relationships like a lot of infidelity ability and then like you know the toxicity of alcohol while being really ambitious as journalist and she's no longer with us. She died very early on in her life but the book from the a disease or other things. This merely like very early cancer okay. Michelle wrote a book about loving dogs. The dogs are or this incredible primary relationship. It taught her how to love you. Guys are both ignored jones dream boat. We all wanna look look like oh. It's absurd could be kind like damn it. It just sets the bar. Let me tell you those photos do not actually what do justice to what her presence is. Have you met her now. I was like oh. I think i'm head over heels in love with this person just just looking at her aura yeah. It was very recap vinnie but anyways when i when i read that book i was pretty shocked with. hearing a meeting and things like that but there's there's a certain safety in that. We've all done really despicable. Things were ashamed of so for your father. Do have put that stuff stuff out into public and particularly the stuff concerning you and your sister was a i mean i just remember thinking god. Do i have that level of bravery every could i own my mistakes to that degree. What's your answer. I feel like i'm inching towards it on here but boy that's <hes> i don't know because i have have two daughters ally define a lot of my self esteem in my identity based on how good of a dad i am or i'm not on any given day so yeah. That'd be a real hard one to cop to because in a nutshell for people haven't read it. Your dad was a cocaine addict. Yeah a crack cocaine. He and your mother and you guys arrived you and your sister turn your twin sister and they were very active addicts. The thing i remember the most was isn't there a story in their them going to a crack house. Remains just your dad in in leaving you guys in the car in the middle of winter so it's yeah it's the baby in the snow suits. He basically my mom was away and he we needed to get high and he said he wasn't the sort of dad that would leave us at home alone so he thought the best thing was to bring us with him in the car. It's there's incredible incredible moth where he recounts this night to like storytelling audio podcast and he goes into the crack house. He's supposed to be there for five minutes. It it ends up being what could have been an hour to three hours and he goes back to the car and is like what if they're dead you know checks if we're breathing living in his moment of reckoning because he knew that he said that god would not forgive that yeah held held older you guys. Do you think it was eight months. Oh maybe it was very early on mature. Don't bring us. Don't forget an associate's. Leave us in the crib. When you're yeah look i've made decisions that in the in the cold harsh light of sobriety make zero logical sense but at the time they were like bulletproof. Oh oh cams razor. This is the simple as best approach to this problem that now defy all logic so man just just handling eight month old twins ends. If you're dead sober in you had help would be too much. You probably wouldn't even choose to involve them in an errand like go pick up dry cleaning or something but he added just a man man. I can imagine going nope no sweat going to. I will be in their total formats. I'm gonna grab shit. I'll come back home then everything's golden wow in the fact that he owned that now. You and i have in common that so my dad also is an addict. Thank god he didn't have primary custody of us. My dad did and he got sober. He died thirty years sober. How how many years was your dad sober coupled around three or four years three or four years boy man and also there's a point in the book. I i just remember it. Being a great kind of cautionary tale. He had some long term. Sobriety life was going fantastic right that he hosted a a dinner party and people had left little bits of alcohol in different classes and he decided to combine them all into one glasses he was cleaning up and then he got to the sink deport on the thinking this is with some pretty long term sobriety plumbing and just said bottoms up and drank the weird fucking mix of every kind of alcohol would be served at a party and i just read that on oh god yeah that's an option for me still like just cleaning up and being like fucking crazy and it's what can you do to cushion yourself between you and the fuck. It's you know he just wasn't doing that anymore right. Yes i compare it to the tragic successive vaccine part of what they suffer from his how effective they are so people don't see people with polio and then they think i don't who's gonna get polio eleo. I don't i'd rather not have that chemical in my kid and it's like yeah because it worked and you don't know polio looks like so. It's like the better you get it get. It gets kind of harder to remember. Maybe that you need to do all those things right. Yes well and success like what what does it mean. When we sort of come across a modicum of success <hes> that we begin to feel special or like you don't want to sit in the room with everyone who's mentally ill even though every room that we're in is probably filled with mental illness i mean i just think that for when i asked him. How about his relapses. It really was like i just i served to believe i was special eliminated fixed it and that it was a crock problem wasn't an alcohol problem. If you look at him diagnostically it would definitely wasn't alcohol problem and but i think that what we need to examine is like relapse is part of recovery and there's this total weird thing that happens happens like he relapse and you shake your head and it's you know you're in the naughty chair for awhile and you have to raise your hand again. We're we're going to drink again unless we you don't yeah it's the most kind of predictable thing probably that will do the thing i like about this. Whole continuous sobriety as discounts discounts the fact that someone who maybe relapsed ten times over the course of twenty years but ultimately was sober for nineteen of twenty years. That's a huge win for an addict. Even if there was relapses in there and whatnot it's still a huge win and a huge victory and you can't only evaluate it by how much continuous sobriety there it was yeah absolutely okay so you. I do wonder how many parallels we have because your dad was charismatic. I met him before he was interesting charismatic. It was matic a good talker. My dad was a car salesman. He was the ultimate good talker. He was universally loved and a like everybody in a a lot people would come up to me like i. I can't imagine having your dad as a dad and i got a little resentful about that personally. It was there any is there any baggage that comes with having to dad who's like known for having written this book and he owned a lot of stuff but i bet he didn't own some stuff. You would have liked to to own or did that not happen. I mean there was a small amount of narcissism that persisted in his personality where i was an audience member. I was one of somebody see that you know i wouldn't be calling him and it kind of you know he wanted to talk about meeting you or you know the story that he wrote and it was just like being. His child was sort of secondary. I was somebody that could take in and understand and speak his language but i i was listening right and so. I think that there is resentment in that but i also if you ever if you ever read or look at an interview with him like he's so smart that i was genuinely learning every conversation we had so the resentment would dissipate when i was like oh this is an education and craft or how to talk to people or how to get to the story and sort of like thinking about that now that he's not here. I am so proud of being his kid. I want to continue talking about him because i'm so proud of him. I'm so proud of the night of the gun his book epic and devastating and dramatic and like there's almost nothing like it <unk> grow hundred pages. It's really really well written on top of everything else like the most brutal honesty. I've heard mixed with just great writing. He had a way of tapping nothing into universal's that i think that not everybody can really do now. Did you have any periods of estrangement from him for you always see because my story was i. I was resentful towards him. I then got sober. That kinda helped us but i still was carrying a lot of stuff. Everything i hate about myself is what i hated about him and then he got diagnosed with cancer and then we spent a lot of time together at the end it was incredibly cathartic healing and wonderful and i just wondered if you had any the of that similar journey yeah. I think that you're being able to see the conflict and see the things in yourself that you didn't like about him but also also for giving him <hes> that's rare. I think that a lot of people aren't they. Just let the resentment build and there's no forgiveness i mean i don't my dad was my primary mary parents and so i don't even i got angry at him. I didn't always have a place to stand ultimately. He did do the work right yes he. He raised you right yeah so that's relevant when you're reading the book. Can you remove yourself when you're reading it at. I would feel like it'd be so hard as a character in that story. It's so personal. It's mainly about him. Though so it's <hes> i you know they're they're developing it for graphics bob odenkirk and i fed about him playing my dad and they're trying to do it and tiree read it after he died and it was kind of just like hearing his foists his language and the way that he constructs sentences is sort of like deadwood meets don quixote. It's it's it's it's not a way that my my brain works and like i literally just wrote a book and it was like can be nothing like this. This is so you know well written <hes> but.
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"The Howie Carr show as we look to the future, I'm confident that a common news said interests will continue to United States. They didn't have my nine to all to rise and drink a toast, to president and MRs Trump, the continued friendship between our two nations and to the health prosperity and happiness of the people of the United States from the Matthews brothers studios. The mayor of London, he's done a poor job. Crime is up a lot of problems. He should be positive not negative. He's a negative force, not a positive force, and I think you should actually focus on his job. It'd be a lot better if he did that he could straighten out some of the problems that he has probably some of the problems that he's caused who's your captain Howey guy. What do you think of Republicans who say that they may take action to block you imposing those I don't think they will do that. I think if they do, it's foolish, there's nothing more important than borders. I've had tremendous Republicans support. I have a ninety percent ninety four percent approval rating as of this morning in the Republican party, that's an all time record. Can you believe that isn't that something I love records untrained stoppable, if you were boating, in congress right now in a piece, would you vote to be? Okay. Good. Okay, good. Okay. Good. Oh, ick. And so we find ourselves. I think for the first time with an attorney general who really is the presence defense lawyer, and who's quite good at it. And has the veneer of respectability to camouflage what he's doing. He is not the sofas that Giuliani is he's much more dangerous. And, and I think he's the second most dangerous man in the country for that reason. Fear. Swamp saxon. Mon bats. It's Howie Carr..
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"Your time. Howie Carr show. First of all I was released on a shirt on my own signature, which is evidence that I was not a flight risk. They can simply have called my lawyers, and I would turn myself. Pensive show of force to try to depict me as public enemy number one. The OJ did attempt to poison the jury pool. These are Gestapo TAC. Let's love from the Matthews brothers studios. I also have Hispanic should work harder. Semalaysia that's one of the things I've been saying for a long time. Make sure that all their kids are learning to speak English. You better watch your microaggressions, bro. Who's your captain guy? The whole world through against the patriots. Tom Brady retired. No. Stop winning things. That maga. How you look. How 'bout no Scott Julio love? Oh. Scholtz? Starbucks was never just a coffee shop. He saw his stores as meeting halls where customers came to chew over the great issues of the day cocaine. Hi, I'm seriously thinking of running for president I will run as a centrist independent outside of the two party system on shame stoppable, Donald J Trump has become the global base of climate denial. But boy, this cold weather, just looking at the numbers, you know, five years ago when we had the polar vortex and everyone thought it was really cold what we're going to see on Wednesday and Thursday is going to be unfortunately, a lot colder than that. And more dangerous as a result swamp. Saxon moon, bats, beware. It's Howie Carr. So.
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"It's time for the Howie Carr show. Part of the problem is this does not have parallel on the left. They're just doesn't there isn't there isn't a strain of racism on the left. My own mom told me, Robert. Came. We practice that. There are white. Seen of white believes that word colder air. I know they all look alike. That was a typical white person. Back in shades. Live from the Matthews brothers studios. If people read the paper if people knew what was going on. Then obviously they would be upset, but they don't and they don't hear it inside the Fox News bubble. What you have is someone who can tell you what the truth is. They believe him more than they believe what they read in the New York Times because they don't read the New York Times, I'm Adams. Stoppable? I don't think Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter. And Laura Ingram have a long term perspective on what's good for the country. They're all about what's good for their viewers in their constituency, and that's who the president has geared his entire presidency towards fulfilling the Fox News base. I wish I could come to you and say, I think I see a way out of this. But I just really don't lose your captain colleague expect to not be criticized that any kind of criticize criticizing of them crosses the line. It's an assault on them. It's an attack. They don't want to be held accountable. So I think that if you're somebody who's having a sort of triggering reaction to this. You might want to take a look at yourself and ask why that is because what is it about trading women with respect and equality? That's so offensive to you. Swamps Jackson moon, bats, beware. It's. Car. My name is.
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"Time for the Howie Carr show. There has been a mass shooting at a synagogue impedes. Berg news reports at the scene say that as many as eight people are dead. There are multiple casualties and that three police officers were shot at the scene from the Matthews brothers studios. This evil anti semitic attack is an assault on all of us. It's an assault on your manager. Do you blame anyone for what happened to the tree of life beyond the political leadership in this country? If they bear blame for the rhetoric and the kind of vitriol that we see directed towards vigils American community. I would put specific responsibility on the president that he has an obligation to try to rid us of much of this tribalism. I think what he's done over. The course of the last few years is helpful Matt this is your captain. How a guy President Trump has talked about coming to Pittsburgh in the aftermath of this. Do you want him to come the president of the United States is always welcome? I'm a citizen. He's my president. He's certainly welcome. I'm sure. Stoppable? I mean, this is a sign of the how fundamentally weak Donald Trump is the guy's a quivering blob of man baby goo, he's just a child and he acts like the stopping little tantrum throwing infant all the time because he knows his base loves that sense of alienated. They love being reminded that certain people can read they don't read so good. Certain people can read they don't read so good. They don't read so good Julio love. Ivanka trump. I know you don't care about the country. And I know you don't care about us and our lives. I know you don't 'cause I reached out to you didn't write back. Talk radio king. He's Howie Carr. I'd like to be president. I'd like to be president president swabs Jackson moon, bats, beware. It's our car..
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"It's time for the Howie Carr show. All right reality. Check on this vote. The ayes are fifty the Naser forty-eight. The nomination of bread 'em Cavanaugh of Maryland to be an associate Justice of the supreme court of the United States is confirmed so much you even get tired of winning live from the Matthews brothers studios. Just a few hours ago. The US Senate confirmed Brad Kavanagh. Shame. What do you make of these Democrats who have said, you know, there's a tape to this guy can be an asker. Well, look, you know, whether this is the beginning of his Wikipedia page and won't be the end. What follows any references confirmation fight is going to be decades of opinions. And so that is what's called a legacy. And he is inevitably going to have quite a long legacy who's your captain Howey guy. Do an arsonist. Our? Left wing. Democrats having gone to extreme. We believe in the rule of law. The rule of the mob swamp. Saxon moon, bats, beware. It's. Welcome back.
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"He just was told. Easter bunny and Santa Claus at the same time. You know, what I'm happy to be out here in west Springfield. But I'm really sorry. I didn't get to see chefs meth look like it's swallowed Iraq. It was pressure. It really was. I got a question for you. What do you think? Now that this is over with that we're going to see politically equivalent to a sunny at the toll booth moment when the Republicans just rise up and go after these these Democrats anything is though I mean, Pete, you know, things happen. It's such a an expedited rapid fashion now. I mean, there's still a month to go. I mean, you know, perhaps, I hope not but perhaps people's memories will begin to fade a little bit. I mean, right. If you had an election tomorrow, I think the Democrats would just be wiped off the face of the earth. But you know, maybe maybe people's memories will fade a little bit. That's a that's a really good question. But the the way these polls have been running this weekend. And you know, I know some of these are Republican polls. But I mean, the the the the I mean, the the reaction that we're getting talk radio, I just broke. I broke fifty thousand on my Twitter feed took me a long time to get there. But it just it just went way up this week. And. You know, everybody and the the the the cable news ratings are way up everything people were really into this are into this can people find you on Twitter. At Howie Carr show. Thank you for asking grace at Howie Carr show. I'm Howie Carr could come in Faneuil..
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"Strub yourself. Time for the Howie Carr show. You remember the tears from the fake news media is obvious that we were going to win. There's still crying look at this. Live from the Matthews brothers studios. And the only move for the Republicans at this point. Because basically you're seeing on display a metaphor of like what this party is. And just basically just ignorant white men and you just see on display. Why wouldn't you err on the side of showing everybody that you did everything you could to give four due process? That's called. He has the Furden. Okay. We can debate that I really don't think that it's fair to say that the burden is on Brett Kavanagh to prove a non falsifiable claim with no corroborating evidence from the time. Thank you, captain. I'm chaim. Has been accused of physical and mental Jesus by his ex girlfriend. Who's your canton? By the New York Times on their face. They said that you had authorized the purchase fifty thousand dollars rates. We told the reporters that these were the facts, they knew the facts and they release the story anyway. And I think it goes to see you talk. The New York Times said this isn't the case and they've printed it anyway, they printed anyway. And it was down in the story and Mike the seventh paragraph down at the bottom and swamps hacks and moan, bats, beware. It's how a Carr. Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two you know, the sixth amendment goes way back goes even further back than Magna the Magna Carta in the what the thirteenth century or the. Yeah. Thirteenth century. It goes back to Roman law, and the Roman governor Porsches Festus he cited in a supreme court. Decision in the apostles New Testament book discussing the proper treatment of the prisoner. Paul. This is from one of the texters. I heard a I heard it the SAF this morning to about another radio show. This is what the Roman governor said talking about Paul the apostle what they're gonna do with them. It is not the manner of the Romans to deliver any man up to die before the accused has met his accusers face to face and has been given a chance to defend himself against the charges. But that was two thousand years ago, plus where we're better than that. Now. That's not who we are. We do. We do serve a man deliver a man up to die before he's met his accusers. Face to face reputation is gonna die. His career is going to die before he has been given a chance to defend himself against the charges. That's progress. Yeah. We're yeah. We're we're moving where it's the it's the arc of history as as Barack Obama would say for the Trump line..
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"Strap yourself time howie carr show leadership like chuck schumer's will do anything that they think is necessary to protect their leadership and so what i have to do is not focused on their i've got to keep the focus on the children from the matthews brothers studios circling the capitol with a million people take the million people to me and go to ll bean and tell them in maine you need to leave main unless susan collins votes the right way who's your captain how the prolife people think of abortion as murder well what is the punishment for murder it's either life imprisonment or the death penalty so what are we talking about here saying that the woman and the doctor both have to be put in jail for the rest of the wives are executed unchain adams we need to project our political purity the republicans day completely seated the moral high ground and she wasn't afraid to attack them on moral grounds even talking about climate change that that there is a moral obligation to do this there's a moral obligation people have access to healthcare moral arc ben scored justice was said by a man who was saying it humbly julio oh we your intentions were so noble as you believe your actions were been so roundly criticized by just about everyone it's funny you say i don't actually sometimes people say when everybody's mattia means you ride no it doesn't it could be your completely wrong i i don't know for sure bram swamp saxon moon bats beware it's howie carr interesting story on the front page of the wall street journal today i've never it was a town i've never heard of it's in it's in the south chicago land south suburbs floss more illinois pickup trucks are not allowed to park in floss moore's residential areas unless garaged or being unloaded i've never heard of such a thing if you try to outlaw say pit bulls in a neighborhood you get sued be for breed discrimination breed profiling can't you can't you do the same thing for for internal combustion vehicle filing does this like box trucks in eighteen wheelers these are all talks on fifty yes these are pickup trucks what about the camaros that had the bed in the back or el camino back you bad you're not allowed to this is a commercial truck restrictions aren't uncommon in the us floss more not only restricts commercial picks up pickups but all of them after coral gables florida voted in twenty twelve to drop a similar ordinance floss war officials say they believe their community is the last one in america with such a restriction it doesn't say you mentioned the ford f one fifty has been america's best selling vehicle for years but among floss bores eight thousand nine hundred and eighty three vehicles there are more mercedes four hundred thirty two and lincoln's one hundred and thirty two than trucks because the only way you can have a truck is if you have a garage big enough to put it if you have your if your garage isn't big enough to put the truck and then you can't have one on the street it doesn't seem like that would that would pass constitutional muster they're trying to get rid of the law now i wonder what's going to happen we'll let you know time now for the trump line.
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"Grow did was so bad in terms of our constitution in terms of well wellbeing of our country what he did was horrible should you be locked up let somebody make a determination from the matthews brothers studio commes sense of righteousness i think led him to undertake steps that even though he thought they were right and conscientious ended up ruining things for everybody else he's like someone who burns down a house and says afterward while we can all learn from this experience of your captain howie carr donald trump himself will not admit the james comey who he loves the reason why he's president the united states the ideal report again for those who are just tuning in those who were too slow to actually operate household appliances not as dumb as you may think love we are i call this a concentration camp for kids because that's exactly what is turning out to when you give kids twenty two hours of lockup time in two hours of airtime what else can it be and if this is where this country is going the american people need to wake up and pay attention because your kids could be next untrained stoppable the president running around the country making people afraid of criminal gangs and a lot of people are and that's justifiable when the us government is acting like a gang terrorizing children by ripping them from the arms of their parents if you're gonna do it if you're going to rip in infants of mothers arm for the administration that was responsible for the policy that rip young children under their mother's arms swabs jackson moon bounce beware it's howie carr welcome to the howie carr show the toll free number if you'd like to join us here.
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"East bridgewater mount thing in fact john duboe from matt and it is the howie carr show so if you just tuned than we've been playing cuts from my dash pm in china fly new jersey this this cop on easter weekend polls over car with all these brilliant ivy league students in all they're all graduate students apparently but they don't know that you're not supposed to be driving a car that's uninsured unregistered what do they think they are legal aliens so they get pulled over so the daughter of this commissioner in the port authority of new york and new jersey comes out to you know throw her weight around and claim that she's the commissioner of the entire port authority police department she runs she basically says and she starts yelling in the cop tells her you know all these people in this car over eighteen and for that matter your daughter's a passenger in the back seat this has nothing to do with her she's just she's just in the car that's been stopped you know why are you why are you acting this way and this woman is just out of control she's she resigned from the her job as the commissioner after right after this that word got out that they were that the port authority was going to have an investigation of this so this is this is the very end it's been going on for a while now and again this is this is all over the internet it's pretty funny just to watch the whole thing in in in unfold but this is the end of it when she really loses it i think we should all get off the road dangerous i don't eat it you can't put together sorry and you just appointment.
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"Feathers strub yours over it's time for the howie carr show supported by the nra that allow the continued slaughter of our children and our future i say get your resumes ready the matthews brothers studios grynbaum voice doesn't matter because the nra owns them we say albums watch an entire documentary about a shark attacks it wasn't at that point of business meeting it was just watching sharply so i think people thought there was going to be like a smoking gun here we missed something you're captain and guy walked up on me and said to me leave trump along forget the story and then he leaned around and looked at my daughter and said a beautiful little girl it'd be ashamed of something how mature mom and then he was gone she goes some man threatened me and said boy that sure looks nights abuse and he doesn't go who was it i recognising well what did he look like did he look like this person that works for donald trump i mean that's not hard to follow up on i had some deal before the interview julio oh we did why would create a hundred thousand a million young barack obama michelle obama horrifying swabs hacks and moon vance beware it's howie carr welcome back to the howie carr show everybody this is steve robinson filling in for how we and in this hour we are going to have to talk about stormy daniels grace did you did you watch sore me did you watch sixty minutes i know you pulled some of the audio today what did you make of it.
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"Carr kyw news time twelve two here's your traffic update running a good speech right now in our majors in philadelphia visored expressway looking good in another center city no overnight construction on the vine now let's go boulevard southbound here now just a heads up the outer drive is shutdown between risingsun avenue in nine street for some overnight paving until about 5 o'clock this morning on the schuylkill widow of construction seventy six east it's from two a to the gulf mills and westbound on seventy six to work zone set up here the first is from city avenue to the blue route four seventy six and then the second ones from gulf mills to valley forge a little bit heavy at once you hit the city avenue but it does loosen up once your around that curve crews are gonna be out there until monica clock in the morning at an undefined the bucks county overnight construction southbound ninety five at exit forty nine purdue towns taking out the right lane ninety five northbound the bucks county exit forty four that's for business route one right lane construction there as well no problems in new jersey river bridges are troublefree and mass transit no reported delays this is cbs three meteorologist kate bilo mainly clear mild in steamy overnight low sixty nine a mix of sun and clouds on your saturday with an isolated thunderstorm possible high eighty five sunday is mostly sunny warm and muggy the high 83 monday some sunshine early then increasing clouds high eighty degrees when we watching the track of jose closely late monday into tuesday will pass offshore and could bring showers and storms to the area certainly at the coast the showers and storms to hide your 75 tuesday than gradual clearing wednesday with a high near eighty eyewitness weather updates eight times every hour on kyw newsradio and at.