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"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Operated one of the biggest Ponzi schemes of all time conning thing thousands of clients out of almost sixty five billion dollars spot the con- before it finds you listen to con artists search for and subscribe to Con Artists On Sure to stick around after this show to hear a clip of the first episode of Con Artists. Now back to the story time time is among the most important factors in the mysteries of what happened on Chappaquiddick island on the evening of July Eighteenth nineteen sixty nine because us of the fact that Ted Kennedy waited ten hours before alerting authorities. There was plenty of time for the important details of the case to be lost or or on a more sinister note. There was plenty of time for Kennedy to craft his story. Our second conspiracy theory is that Ted Kennedy he was either intoxicated or otherwise impaired when he crashed the car even if he wasn't this theory puts forth that something was off with his State of mind that night and whatever it was directly led to the crash and Mary Jo's death when the story of the accident I broke. There were two main in questions that arose. What was Mary Jo Kopechne e doing in Ted Kennedy's car and was Ted Kennedy Drunk Ted Kennedy. He didn't drive at least didn't often drive given his substantial personal fortune and high status as United States. Senator Ted had a chauffeured referred to cover. Most of his transportation needs in fact. Ted's personal chauffeur. John Crimmins was at the cottage party on Chappaquiddick island on the night of the incident. prims was a guest. That's considered to be true but he was also there in some capacity as Ted Kennedy's driver river so when Ted Kennedy prepared to leave. Why didn't crimmins leave with him when asked later? Ted stated that he didn't want to pull crimmins wins away from the party to take him home. CRIMMINS was still enjoying his meal and the company. It's odd the crimmins would be preoccupied with a meal since it was after eleven at night when Kennedy made to leave that maybe that really was the case given the full day of partying and relaxing. There's one thing to note here though we're unsure what to read into it. According to the official account Ted Kennedy retrieved his car keys from crimmins after Mary. Jo asked him for a ride home. This could mean that Ted was planning on having crimmins drive him home until Mary. Jo asked for a ride. If he wasn't planning on driving he might have been drinking. Mary Jo by all accounts was a smart capable woman and it would have been very out of character for her to be drinking drinking heavily at an event like this but she hadn't driven herself to the party and thus wouldn't have needed to worry about keeping an eye on her drinking. There are some uncorroborated reports that she had drunk at least some amount of alcohol at the party. She may not have been impaired but she also may not have noticed if Ted was not in a condition to drive now crimmins was both Kennedy's driver and occasional aid he knew the man well and it's not a stretch to to assume that he would have noticed if Ted was too drunk to drive himself. The fact that he handed over the keys to the car would seem to indicate that as far as the partygoers eighty goers were concerned. Ted was only fine the big discrepancy that may lead one to ask if Ted was drunk or not has to do with the geography a Chappaquiddick island.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on KNSS
"Listening to the John with her show on K. an assessment because number one talk July eighteenth mark fifty years since Ted Kennedy the Liberal Democrat from Massachusetts drove off a bridge on Chappaquiddick island and left Mary Jo compact need to drown in the backseat joining us now is Krista Curtis how come from news busters to discuss how the media protected Ted Kennedy and the Kennedy family for more than fifty years after the Chappaquiddick incident Curtis thanks for joining us this evening no problem so Curtis let me ask you other than last year's film which which was actually a pretty good movie my wife and I watched it but for decades journalists and the TV networks really down played this incident and and really actually portrayed Kennedy as as the victim in this whole deal didn't die right yes let's walk through this the initial draft from the New York times reporter James rested in nineteen sixty nine a framed it by saying it the card the original draft of his article began by saying quote tragedy has again struck the Kennedy family and and Mary Jo compactly was not mentioned until paragraph for in our data Pengilly apparently the times had to redo it and then act these name was in the lead but nonetheless after Ted Kennedy spoke to the nation in what kind of woe is me in his speech the movie shows Weston again read the article about the the statement from your from your time saying it was a tragic profile in courage yeah a profile in courage you know and again you're right it it it was forty eight forty nine years where you need me really kind of covered it up and then Chappaquiddick comes out with some big you know decent name actors and actresses and it's kind of like way I will die of course it happened we want you know you eat like pretend for generation you know well over a generation that what happened was a tragedy for Ted Kennedy you know living in this and any other examples but being an Allen then until last year then it's like oh yeah well there's very little doubt that this movie would have been made if he were alive yeah that was I was gonna ask that any why did they wait until it was it because they they had to wait for him to die a is that and was there that much references the Kennedy name that powerful they have that much clout that they could keep this story that's this film suppressed for that long is that why they waited so long I certainly think that one possibility there's a number of layers can best be in others the I need to move then looking at the treatment of women but yeah I think that that has a large part to do with it but yeah I know I mean for twenty year on the twenty year anniversary NBC news said it it changed his life and possibly end in his dream of becoming president wall you know Alice Williams at the time all Andrea Mitchell who still going somehow on MSNBC an NBC news and on Thursday she talked to the wrong person you know when she was giving up her show is another person was sitting right next door she's a little crazy right now but she said that the promenade denied that Ted Kennedy focusing on the issues was the kind of nothing ball work that has earned him the respect of his colleagues yeah so the focus is on winning respect twenty years it on the twenty year anniversary in nineteen eighty nine instead of you know what this means what's going on with the happy family but you you mentioned the me to move then I mean you've got Ted Kennedy is still widely considered the lion of the Senate you Bill Clinton is revered among Democrats you know the media they have both both of those two have been accused of terrible misdeeds why the double standard would where's the me to move in on that how come neither of them have me the me to move it hasn't come out and called for an accounting or or any kind of accusation or investigation into either of those two by adding a think after Kennedy they would obviously saying and he's dead but that doesn't mean you shouldn't kind of looking to see what happens hi thank you but you know even recently in two thousand nine Mitchell said that the heavens were weeping for Ted Kennedy today on the day of his funeral because in Massachusetts it was pouring down rain and then a year later issue in twenty ten and she was wondering what Ted Kennedy would think about the policy debate you know the the state as the political scene in August twenty ten what his view on certain matters would be if we could be blocked by his presence but but the worst example was Charles Pierce in two thousand three for The Boston Globe this one is just simply amazing Charles Pierce the still applying on MSNBC usually with Chris Hayes or launch our Donal and yet he offered this quote that this terrible I don't know I mean you're worried here about what you want to stay here quote if she lived merry joke he would be sixty two years old through his tireless work as a legislator Ted Kennedy would have brought comfort to her in her old age so basically yeah he died but that's allowed but Ted Kennedy still one on to do the work that she probably would have been proud of wow me a break had he not let her drowned in the backseat of his car I mean then climbed out and went home and then reported it you know I I mean if you think about the tragedy from what the movie portrayed in from what the stories have come out if she was alive there was an error in the car she ran out of air she didn't drive it die on impact she didn't around she she S. fixing it is what the from what I recall the story it's it's a horrible death and we you know as you think of stories of Harvey Weinstein team in Jeffrey abstain and and other men accused of these kinds of horrible crimes perhaps they should look back at how the media mineralized and explain the death of compact me I just don't understand this it it's just it's right shameful yeah I mean in the Huffington post the liberal another level outlet pertaining to probably have the interests of all women in ten minutes and liberals at heart suggested that curry in implied someone wrote in two thousand nine that her death might have been necessary sacrifice for for Kennedy kind of over Khan maybe she can feel it was worth it as in her dying worth it consider when compared to Ted Kennedy's political career I mean it it's hard to get more ridiculous are more vile than that you know once again if you say yes it's just absolutely stunning again that the people in Hollywood in in especially in the news media bill will finally back on Ted Kennedy but again you know that movie was still you know made which was in the gene and in of itself last year but I definitely think more examining and the Kennedys is down because you know just the last three weeks we had all the look back that year tenure death of JFK junior and all the just obsession with that yet again you now they want talk about how we are we're American we don't like royalty yeah to create their own while families and expect us to suck it all up like a sponge right well Curtis I I appreciate you giving historical context to this and it's just it's the double standard here is so glaring and appalling a you know if this if something like this it happened with the bush family we both know how they would have how the media were treated that story about drunk driving you know that you're a his do you are already lack thank you need to to try and think and so so we kind of know on a smaller scale what immediate tried to DO so yeah yeah right yeah I know exactly well I appreciate I appreciate the the historical context here and and thank you for for the story thank you for signing a little bit a light on this and you know keep up keep up the good work my friend thank you anytime coming up a representative Blake carpenter will join us to discuss his ongoing fight with members of his own party in the legislature over the Gadsden flag you're listening to the John Cooper show on which does number one talk ninety eight seven at thirteen thirty K. an SS.
Misleading Tweet on Chappaquiddick 50th Anniversary Proves Media Still Covering Up
"The AP puts out today now this is from their AP images Twitter so it's not a P. it's a PM edges which is a blue check mark by the way they've got a picture of the dike bridge in Chappaquiddick and the Oldsmobile you know listing it's as it's been pulled out up on the beach in here is what they tweet about on the anniversary of Chappaquiddick quote fifty years ago today senator Edward M. Kennedy left a party on Chappaquiddick island near Martha's vineyard with Mary Jo compact need twenty eight some time later Kennedy's car went off a bridge into the water Kennedy was able to escape but kept acne drowned and tweet is that what happened that's that's what the AP images is putting forth as for example brit Hume I don't want to steal somebody's thing but as brit Hume says it's been fifty years in the media is still covering for him and that's so true I mean so fifty years ago a car went off a bridge Ted Kennedy was able to escape and Mary Jo drowned what's their tweed gonna be and what what's the anniversary of the OJ murder fifty years later as a P. images gonna say twenty and twenty forty four so in twenty forty four AP images tweets out fifty years ago Nicole brown Simpson went for dinner and when she came home she passed away yeah they don't do anything for the twenty fifth this year to that but a buddy I mean can you imagine through this prism how we look at history right in nineteen sixty three on this day right on F. Kennedy was in Dallas and the one for any trouble or something like yeah you gotta be joking me well for that one we have laning reading so she went down there and a little investigative work it will always get back to that live music thank you where is allegedly shot speaking of conspiracy thank you did you read any of the comments on this AP images one guy has a couple good ones Jeff's diary rights you forgot the part where he just went home and left her to drown because he was drunk and didn't want the police to find out hash tag smooth criminal there is no that's again the last line Kennedy was able to escape but compact me drown that's everything in the toward that's the mud that's the thing she was again no one knows for sure whether you know was she passed out in the back did she hit her head there was claw marks on the top of the car and she wasn't there where the these last air pocket what a better hair and was there for her mouth was there so she was apparently struggling until the end but what we know is that he did not he he left her he laughter there in then they concocted a story to try and cover it up and yet the A. P. puts our Kelly was able to escape but compactly you like they both were swimming against the tide waffles as what the AP would have you believe all my god they got up rushing waters everyone is reaching Kennedy was able to make it back but she unfortunately wasn't that's not what happened what else you got any other good comments on Jenner suitable for air doing the best you can going on I got the Jamie three stars raise the Kennedys and cleanse never tried and convicted of crimes because of their names and money Hey it's just did I mean this is the epitome of like fake news right like you are covering for somebody when we all know now well we don't know the exact details of what happened we know one enough of the details of what happened Vegas or bust thirty five rights Kennedy X. gave the Karen got out of the water and left Mary Jo compact need to drown he went home and went to bed telling know until the next day the media and Democrats were complicit in helping with the cover up apparently at a P. images is still complicit that's it exactly again the way there right Kennedy's car when off a bridge into the water R. A. P. any having the vehicle first of all let's start there Kennedy was able to escape compactly drowned it's on but that's unbelievable so everything that people are saying about the today show one the today show is just having fun like there they don't believe in the conspiracy theory but they're gonna do a piece on it because that's out there I just in the same way you can do a piece on flat earth is if you want find doesn't bother me in the least any conspiracy theory of thing to DO leprechauns exist coming up at nine great I've added unicorns big for its center this one this one you know what you're putting down is inaccurate or ridiculously misleading in you tweeted out anyway because old habits Die Hard apparently fifty years ago you were covered for the guy and now you're covering for the guy again you want to the opposite of this waffles would be and I I'd ask you which one is more accurate fifty years ago today senator Ted Kennedy killed Mary Jo compactly now that would be a little strong right like he didn't Klay Mara he also didn't intentionally set out to we have herd died that night well who knows the circumstances in which they were both in the car was there was just the two of them in the car whether he did go back or didn't go back no one ever you'll never know but that that is as true statement as their statement it's actually probably more true I mean because there's no doubt that because of his action she was dead whether or not he could have gotten around in there and saved her it certainly seems likely he caught of but I don't know if he drove down a second time any it's as had that he doesn't know who you know none of us will ever know but we know we didn't and we know we didn't get a ride in a car in there's no reason that he shouldn't have been able to get her out of the car there's no reason in so Kennedy was able to escape but compact me drowned that's just the most unbelievable thing I've seen in some time take it for what it's worth by the way not the cross promote but if you haven't heard I always podcast yet on Chappaquiddick did two years later you should and when you listen to what you'll find out just how ridiculous that tweet is from eight PM edges out Regis I don't know why they haven't pulled that yet or issued a correction but they
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on KNSS
"Had a ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. N. as a good morning thank you but we're eight thirty this morning here on a Thursday and eighty degrees dozens of Democrats joined house Republicans to set aside articles of impeachment for president trump at least for now house Democrats split one hundred and thirty seven ten ninety five on setting aside a resolution from Texas Democrat Al Green to impeach president trump the president has been above the law from ninety one days since the molar report was presented house speaker Nancy Pelosi credited her colleagues intentions but advocates a different path we have six committees are working one of the following the fax in terms of any abuse of power the house did vote this week to condemn language used by the president directed it for minority Congress women on Capitol Hill Jr Halpern fox news a jeep slammed into an apartment building in west Wichita near central and ridge police officer Charlie Davidson says this happened early Wednesday in the sixty seven hundred block of west shade when officers arrived they observe the jeep and side of one of the apartments and it smelled a strong odor of natural gas adult female with her juvenile daughter were inside the apartment but fortunately were not injured which top part upon responded in assisted with the gas leak and evacuation of the apartment complex building city officials are evaluating the structural damage to the building driver the jeep a thirty two year old man arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol battery of a law enforcement officer obstruction and inattentive driving today marks the fiftieth anniversary of the accident involving of late senator Ted Kennedy that left a young woman dead in Massachusetts it's usually simply referred to as Chappaquiddick shorthand for the event that happened that evening five decades ago that's when senator Ted Kennedy's Oldsmobile veered off a narrow bridge on Chappaquiddick island near Martha's vineyard plunging into the water Kennedy who was thirty seven at the time escaped the submerged car but his passenger twenty eight year old Mary Jo compact me did not he waited ten hours to report the accident to police and would later plead guilty to leaving the scene of an accident Kennedy continued to serve as a US senator of Massachusetts until his death in two thousand nine Tonya J. powers fox news a trip to the beach ends with an arrest of Florida father is facing child abuse charges for the way he allegedly tried to teach his son how to swim John Bloodworth is accused of throwing the five year old into the ocean at Daytona beach then as the boys struggled police say Bloodworth did back flips off appear beach goer NAIT pool watched in horror on Monday.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"They find out that hunt was doing some research into Ted Kennedy from one source to another Bernstein calls up the White House librarian to find out. If hunt checked out any books on Chappaquiddick. The librarian is helpful and says that yes, she remembers that placing him on hold. She goes to get more information when she comes back her tone is different hunt. I don't remember anyone named hunt. Sorry. Well that changed fast. Someone must have gotten to her. Bernstein concludes. That's all true, albeit with some slight changes for the sake of time. For example, the librarian didn't put them on hold it first. She said she dig into it more. And when Bernstein called back the later, she gave them the name of a book by author Jack Olsen called the bridge at Chappaquiddick. That hunt had checked out. It was on the second call that the librarian put Bernstein on hold and then came back with a quite different tone. After the call was done. Woodward called back to see if he could get more info from her. She refused saying that she shouldn't have said anything to Bernstein in the first place. The movie doesn't mention what Chappaquiddick was, but this is referring to an incident that took place on the night of July eighteenth, nineteen sixty nine Ted Kennedy, whose real name was Edward was relatively new Senator at the time being elected for his first term in January of nineteen sixty nine that night. Senator Kennedy was hosting a party for some women who helped his brother's presidential campaign the year before. He left the party with one of the girls. A woman named Mary Joe capacity as they were driving. He lost control of the car on a bridge near Chappaquiddick island in Massachusetts. The car crashed into the water below Kennedy manage to make his way out of the car, but compassionate did not. What made this more than tragic accident was the fact that Senator Kennedy didn't report the accident until the next morning at which point the thirties had already found Mary Jo's body in the water. He claimed he dove back into the water numerous times to try to rescue her. But I guess we'll just have to take his word for that the outcome of the incident was that Senator Kennedy pled guilty to leaving the scene of the accident issued a public apology in which he stated, quote, I regard as indefensible the fact that I did not report the accident to the police immediately, and quote and was given a suspended sentence of two months. For the purposes of our story today presumably would be easy to jump to conclusions. That hunt was trying to dig up some dirt for the Republicans on the incident involving the popular democratic Senator to what end exactly, well, that's what Woodward and Bernstein wanted to know. Going back to the movie are next seen happens. When we see Woodward picks up a paper outside his apartment carrying it back inside. He sits down and starts flipping through it as a fun little bit of detail in the background as Woodward looks at the paper, we can hear the announcer on TV talking about how Bobby Fisher forfeited the second game of the world champion chess match against bortz basking in regular Iceland. When he didn't show up even though that's just background noise in the movie, that's actually true. And it happened on July thirteenth nineteen seventy two. When Fisher protested the distraction of the TV cameras by not showing up to the match, you can learn more about that. In the base on the true story episode where we cover the movie pawn sacrifice. For our story today, though this scene continues when we're notices a piece of paper fall out of the newspaper. The note tells Woodward to make contact with an anonymous source by putting a small red flag in a flower pot on his apartment balcony that meant Woodward wanted to meet with this anonymous source, and when he did that the meeting place would be a prearranged underground parking garage at two AM the next morning. We see this happened in the movie and the anonymous source who shows up is a man we later find out gets the nickname deep throat. He's played by how Holbrook in the movie, the overall gist of this is true. But it wasn't deep throat who suggested the red flag in the pot that was Woodward's suggestion..
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"All right. Well, the the last one that I wanted to ask you about is one that I'm particularly interested in. It's the mystery of Chappaquiddick. Chappaquiddick was single vehicle car accident that occurred on Chappaquiddick island in Massachusetts on Friday, July eighteenth nineteen sixty nine. The late night accident was caused by Senator Ted Kennedy's, negligence and resulted in the death of his twenty eight year old passenger Mary Jo Kopechne e who was trapped inside the vehicle according to his testimony Kennedy accidentally drove his car off the one lane bridge and into the tide swept pond. He swam free left the scene and did not report that accident to the police for ten hours Kopechne. He died inside the fully submerged car. The next day, the car with Capac news body inside was recovered by diver minutes before Kennedy, reported the accidents, local authorities, Kennedy pleaded guilty to a charge of leaving the scene of a crash causing personal injury. And later received a two month suspended jail sentence. The incident became a nationally known scandal while occurring during the Apollo eleven moon landing and likely influenced Kennedy's decision to campaign for president in nineteen seventy two and nineteen seventy six. The incident at Chappaquiddick has become. Talked about in the media again, because one, there's a movie that came out about Chappaquiddick this summer also because there's a fantastic podcast that I recommend everybody listened to called cover up. It is done in in collaboration with people magazine. And when you listen to the interviews of people that were alive then and involved, it seems like the the incident which seem pretty cut and dry in nine hundred sixty nine is actually quite a quite a bit more complicated. So I wanted to get your your feedback on it because I'm wondering now if Ted Kennedy even knew the Kopechne was in the back of the car, and there was a third person in the car. Okay. No. So now I, I get a few things. So he was definitely drunk. I mean, I don't know if that's obvious. And. I don't know if he was trying to avoid hitting something, but he he took a wrong turn. And then I feel like there was some other impetus like he was trying to avoid something that that caused him to go off the bridge. And it's really sad because I feel like he tried really hard to get her out, but he was really drunk and. He just knew that he wasn't going to be able to do it. And the sad part is I don't think it took a little while to to die, but. Feels really gross. I don't know how to put it. Why were they in the car together? Was this a romantic thing or they just were having a conversation? No, it was romantic for sure. He would. I feel like they were going. The, yeah, they were going to hotel room together. That was the intention. What was the other thing that was coming up with. The other thing that I'm getting is that if if cell phones were around this mystery would be solved because. The the reason why everything took so long as he was so afraid to be, you know, cast in a downward light that he called his, you know, people to see what he should do, and I feel like if he go back to the the scene, yeah, he went to try and get, you know, get her out. I did not see this movie by the way..
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"This. Is why people hate journalism this is why people don't trust the media garbage. Like this with Andy Harris there's plenty. Of criticism for congressman, Harris if you're a liberal there's, honest criticism to be. Made but they manufacture. It they make it up they play along with Democrats how. Much do you wanna bet the. Second this Email was sent a second Email was sent to the Baltimore Sun, in the capital gazette, saying we've, sent this letter the Democrats and they Maryland congressional delegation have sent this letter to the president of the. United States requesting this happen all Democrats signed on congressman Harris did not. Sign on off the record congressman Harris did not sign onto this how much you wanna bet that happened because. I know that that happens I. Know how this stuff works I've both received those emails and when I was a press secretary, in the United States Senate, I sent the Those emails. Yes I'm speaking from experience you let everybody know what's going on that's. How and you just do it as kind of hey this is happening you don't even have to come right. Out and say the Republican didn't. Sign onto this letter you can worded in such a way that all the Democrats have signed, on to this And the reporters no Which reporters are on your team in which reporters are not on your? Team It's not an accident none of this is by accident It's a bunch of like minded people and this. Is the world that. We live in, journalism is, dead it's not really dead it's been murdered. Quite frankly was suicide. To be perfectly honest with you I love the On this day in history thing that. Plays every day there's one thing missing from this day, in history though and I want to. Add to it Today is the anniversary of Mary Jo Kopechne he's. Body being found, off of Chappaquiddick island Ted Kennedy the woman he drove into the if you haven't. Seen the movie, Chappaquiddick is now available on van it's available on I tunes the wife and. I watched the about a week and a half ago, it's very good and you come away It's, just disgusting, the priorities of people and if you watch the extras you discover you know how much they research. They did in the facts behind it and how accurate the movie is but yes on this day. In one thousand nine hundred sixty nine Mary, Jo Kopechne is body in Ted Kennedy's car, was found off Chappaquiddick island didn't, make the on. This day in history thing but it's interesting to know about the Rosetta Stone but this is I think is just as important because Democrats rallied Ted Kennedy's. Defense the Kennedy machine rally to. Ted Kennedy's defense. And the government is. Still infested sadly with Kennedy's have, you ever, remarking about this the other day on the podcast that I do you notice how every Kennedy person that's. Even ten Kennedy cousins and everything I'll have Kennedy in their name Bob Kennedy Johnson otherwise you just Bob, Johnson but for some. Reason he's called Bob Kennedy Johnson Kathleen. Kennedy Townsend Kathleen she wasn't, going to let go of, that Kennedy and now there's Joe Kennedy the third sitting in congress I believe from Rhode Island I'm sure he's absolutely earned that congressional seat and, in no way was milking. Off the fact that he's Joe Kennedy the. Third But lest you forget, and do not forget. First of all John f. Kennedy could not. Get the, nomination for the Democratic Party today, he couldn't even get a speaking slot forget, prime time during the day at the democratic convention because he instituted tax cuts he, was pro military in a rabid. Anticommunist now Democrats are running. Communists we'll get to that. In, a, bit too but yeah they're running. Con communists for office but. Just remember, now, the, reason Ted Kennedy Ted Kennedy survived because the machine. Got together and speaking of. The Andy Harris situation the, media was on their side, these reporters were spun willingly no reporter is just spun they're they're they're in on it most occasionally I suppose it. Could happen But most of the time..
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"You know who you're approaching And because of this and the, reporting at the, time and even in the following decade I always say this is what stopped this is what caused, Ted Kennedy not to be able to run for president Yeah killed the girl it's kind of a big deal you can't just sugarcoat. It and try and make it as, poor sweet nourishing Ted Kennedy. Wasn't able to run for president because Mary Jo Kopechne he didn't know how to, open a car door submerged in the dark upside down that's not the way the world works but it works that way if you're a Kennedy and you can count on the media being on your side the one, of the things by the, way that really saved Ted Kennedy's bacon was the next. Day I believe certainly soon. After the moon landing happened which even though a sitting United. States Senator, had killed the girl human beings making it too and walking on the. Moon is still a bigger story so that's really all that and the line machine in media bias saved Ted. Kennedy's life so yes on this, day in one, thousand nine hundred sixty nine Mary Jo Kopechne his body was found off of Chappaquiddick island when we Come back after news we've gotta talk about the president of the United States and the no heard round the world the audio is kind of tough to hear it but you see it, especially with it subtitled you, know he says no but did he say no or. Did he say something else. And then no and what was he talking about normal human. Beings here, versus what do liberal journalists with fever dreams of being the one that. Takedown Donald.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Teddy gets hammered with this woman mary jo tries to convince her to to come back into politics she left after bobby's death it really crushed her he's getting set to challenge nixon for the presidency in nineteen seventy two doc because he wants to because his daddy demands that he asked too he's a kennedy it's expected in the democratic party is open doors for another kennedy coronation all of the party is unified including the people that were burning down there sixty eight convention in chicago even the new marxists won't challenge a kennedy so this is their unifying figure events of exactly would happen were they in a relationship did they have sex these are all debated points of a fact and so they're left out in the film here's what we do know kennedy is drunk he's not used to driving the streets of chappaquiddick island he turns the wrong way trying to get back on the ferry to go back across the island to where the cottage and the rest of their group is at he turns the wrong way can't see straight and goes over a bridge now i want you to understand when you think of going over a bridge you're thinking goodbye cruel world you know what i'm saying it's george bailey and it's a wonderful life plunging to his death this is a a wooden bridge over a creek okay it's not even a river guys it's a creek so when he goes through the barricade and the car flips over you see half the car above ground because it's not a raging river it's not a lake it's a creek it's glorified creek.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Okay so i'm going to try to walk this through simply as possible while pointing out what is on the record and by whom they were there in martha's vineyard that we done for the editor town regatta and victim became a night that day and and after the race they went back to chappaquiddick island which important to the story is a ferry ride off of the mainland there's no way to access it other than by ferry and no one was planning on staying at chappaquiddick that evening ted kennedy had a room in town at the charlottetown in all the boiler room girls had a room at a different hotel on the mainland and the only person i think that was actually going to stay on guyland was the person who arranged for the party and that was taking these cousin joe garden and he becomes very important the story as we continue as we said the party was simply that a cookout with friends reminiscent music was played we know we assume there was dancing ultimately one of the boiler room girls asked us to cut out the dancing so there's no dancing in the movie anymore and what type kennedy has said in what many of the boiler room girls said under oath was that ted kennedy and mary joe left at eleven fifteen type timothy has said that mary jo said that she wasn't feeling well and that he was taking her back to her hotel i don't know if we're getting too deep into the weeds here but i'll tell you that mary jo left her purse with her hotel room he at the cottage and so it leads to questions about how she was expecting to get into her room if that was the case tech kennedy says the accident happened shortly thereafter after he made a wrong turn off of main road onto dyke road this is again a very complicated things try to describe an audio but to save this was a mistaken turn is a little bit stretching credulity because main road is they pay road obviously the way that you would go to get to the very jimmy had been back and forth on the theory multiple times i'd a and probably had been many times in his life prior to that.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Guts for doing it shouldn't take guts but the movie tells the story about what occurred in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine when senator ted kennedy drove his car off a bridge on chappaquiddick it says chappaquiddick island in martha's vineyard a little technical issue there and the passenger mary jo kopechne e was killed at the beverly hills premier and screening of the film at the samuel goldwyn theater allen referred to capac the as one of the original metoo victims you just heard that and the actors involved with the film also felt pressure and the director john curran said the film is the truth because it draws on what factually happened and the senators version of events still jason clark who portrays ted kennedy and the movie said he was uneasy about taking on the role i was nervous on can i do it level and i guess on a should i do it level jason clark explain we're not making propaganda here's the amazing incredible traumatic event which i think has had a massive impact and still does and the effect of the world the world's we're now in the twentieth twentieth century american history okay kate mera who plays mary jo kopechne he said she was more concerned with showing that kopechne he was more than what the nineteen sixty nine articles that mara red depicted her to be the actress was also worried about how compact family would receive the film how decent of kate merrill according to mera it was important to quote make sure we show her in a way that's respectable and that honors her in some small way and quote ed helms tackles the role of joe garriga in an attorney and kennedy cousin helms talked about how the film compares to the current scandals and alleged coverups surrounding the trump administration he said chappaquiddick shows how the kennedys could shape the narrative of the accident he said now it just feels like such a chaotic soup of news or counter news or fake news all the time ed helms said it's hard to kind of.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Guts for doing it shouldn't take guts but the movie tells the story about what occurred in nineteen sixty nine when senator ted kennedy drove his car off a bridge on chappaquiddick it says chappaquiddick island in martha's vineyard a little technical issue there and the passenger mary jo kopechne e was killed at the beverly hills premier and screening of the film at the samuel goldwyn theater ellen referred to capac knee as one of the original metoo victims you just heard that and the actors involved with the film also felt pressure and the director john currin said the film is the truth because it draws on what factually happened and the senators version of events still jason clark who portrays ted kennedy in the movie said he was uneasy about taking on the role i was nervous on can i do it level and i guess on a should i do it level jason clark explain we're not making propaganda here's the amazing incredible traumatic event which i think has had a massive impact and still does and the effect of the world the world's we're now in the twentieth twentieth century american history okay kate mira who plays mary jo kopechne me said she was more concerned with showing that capacity was more than what the nineteen sixty nine articles that mara red depicted her to be the actress was also worried about how compact needs family would receive the film how decent of kate mira according to merit it was important to quote make sure we show her in a way that's respectable and that honors her in some small way and quote ed helms tackles the role of joe garriga in an attorney and kennedy cousin helms talked about how the film compares to the current scandals and alleged coverups surrounding the trump administration he said chappaquiddick shows how the kennedys could shape the narrative of the accident he said now it just feels like such a chaotic soup of news or counter news or fake news all the time ed helms said it's hard to kind of know what's real and what's not.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Rash and chappaquiddick island in nineteen sixty nine that killed a young campaign staffer mary jo kopechne ian and ted kennedy didn't report this death until the next day listen this country has a deep connection to the kennedy name and that is a valuable thing gentlemen we can't just let that go to waste we need to remind the american people what does family has been through and how much more we are left which eve how are you planning on doing that a nationally televised statement that's chase from clark they're doing what i thought was a very good ted kennedy understated very quiet a really strong performance i liked this film a lot you know i was just you know a tot when the chappaquiddick incident had happened but this was always a story that really baffled me and always just smelled very badly to me and i was always amazed that here was ted kennedy in the senate someone who everyone thought extremely well of that had this dark secret in his past and yet somehow we all forget him for it and this film really explains how that happened and how he did it i was really riveted by this film and i think explains a lot to us about you know how politicians get away with things we all sit around wring our hands saying you know how how can this guy get away with this when this is right in front of our faces and the fact of the matter is if it's your guy you look the other way and that's what happened i think back in nineteen sixty nine with chappaquiddick will finally way for you've got you're never really hear from director lynn ram the walking phoenix stars in this film is a former veteran traumatized by a war who now tracks down missing girls for a living yeah one thing i like about this movie is joaquin phoenix who i think is.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The story about what occurred in nineteen sixty nine when senator ted kennedy drove his car off a bridge on chappaquiddick it says chappaquiddick island in martha's vineyard a little technical issue there and the passenger mary jo kopechne he was killed at the beverly hills premier and screening of the film at the samuel goldwyn theater ellen referred to me as one of the original metoo victims you just heard that and the actors involved with the film also felt pressure and the director john curran said the film is the truth because it draws on what factually happened and the senators version of events still jason clark who portrays ted kennedy in the movie said he was uneasy about taking on the role i was nervous on can i do it level and i guess on a should i do it level jason clark explain we're not making propaganda here's the amazing incredible traumatic event which i think has had a massive impact and still does and the effect of the world the world's we're now in in the twenty s twentieth century american history okay kate mera who plays mary jo kopechne he said she was more concerned with showing that kopechne he was more than what the nineteen sixty nine articles that mara red depicted her to be the actress was also worried about how capelli's family would receive the film how decent of cape marrow according to merit it was important to quote make sure we show her in a way that's respectable and that honors her in some small way and quote ed helms tackles the role of joe garriga in an attorney and kennedy cousin helms talked about how the film compares to the current scandals and alleged coverups surrounding the trump administration he said chappaquiddick shows how the kennedys could shape the narrative of the accident he said now it just feels.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on KOMO
"To respond to it it's about chappaquiddick and ted kennedy marcus john carlson i'm wondering if you think that this movie would have been much harder to make say ten years ago when ted kennedy was still very much in power i'm yeah i think there are when you have that little bit of breathing room in perspective and you can kind of look back and there's you know you can analyze something and and i've done stories about the stores that sometimes anytime and passage of time helps put it in context you mentioned in an article offer the vineyard gazette in fact that i have here that as in martha's vineyard martha's vineyard is at the local newspaper locals welcomed you were very helpful that she found no hostility no one has attained talk to you about what happened yeah you know we i mean we expected maybe there would be something at least during production and shooting there there wasn't i mean we shot a day on chappaquiddick island and martha's vineyard and and you know listen it's not those flattering thing it's not like they were like great come on in and they were very helpful and we shot a day a very small footprint and you know i think that that authentic really helped in the film is this movie mark hey documentary docudrama a what if yeah well we think it's really accurate the writers actually use the inquest as their main source of of information to create the script any nothing about it and when they heard the word chappaquiddick they were surprised that there was a word they'd never heard young writers from dallas and and they set off on on exploring this so we try to stay really close to the facts and and and not be too salacious or to to this just really kind of follow that narrative of what we knew so i think it's a fair movie you know on both sides it's certainly not a flattering portrayal of the.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on KOMO
"On the moon producer and director mark sierra de brings you the movie chappaquiddick it has to be released on april six you know marks work for movies like the rookie miracle immeasurable and secretary he spoke with talk show host john carlson kirby wilbur at our sister station five seventy katie about this movie knowing that with a new generation of kennedys and politics it's probably safe to say they are not excited about the release of this feature why a movie about something that happened forty nine years ago you know we didn't shut out to all of a sudden uncovered you know the story behind chappaquiddick it was really a friend of mine the manager here in hollywood called me and you know we recently started an independent film company and we're talking about attracting projects and we have done a lot of two stories in the path and he called a couple of weeks later and he said listen i i i've got a great script that these young writers wrote but you know i have no idea how the town's going to respond to it it's about chappaquiddick and ted kennedy marcus john carlson i'm wondering if you think that this movie would have been much harder to make say ten years ago when ted kennedy was still very much in power of yeah i think are when you have that a little bit of breathing room in perspective and you kind of look back and there's you know you can analyze something and i've done stories about you know stories that sometimes passage of time helps put it in context you mentioned in an article offer the vineyard gazette in fact that i have here that as in martha's vineyard martha's meetings at the local newspaper locals welcomed you were very helpful that you found no hostility noone has attained talk to you about what happened something at least during production and shooting there wasn't i mean we shot a day on chappaquiddick island and martha's vineyard and and you know listen it's not the most flattering thing it's not like they were like great come on in but they were very helpful and we shot day good very small footprint and you know i think that that'll be really helped the film is this movie mark hey documentary docudrama a what.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"To take an anti for a second we are now living in a world of social media and so many young people listen to my show you have no blooming idea of the scandal that ted kennedy got involved in and somehow dodged a bullet if call chappaquiddick let me just read you what wikipedia says about this quote the camp a quick incident was a single vehicle car accident on chappaquiddick island massachusetts on friday july eighteen nineteen sixty nine there with that with result of us senator ted kennedy negligence and resulted in the death of his 28 euro companion mary jo kopechne who was trapped inside the vehicle and get this according to kennedy's own testimony he accidentally drove his car off the one lane bridge into a title channel he swam free vainly tried to rescue kopechne knee left the scene and did not report the accident authorities for ten hours if this thing on hey swam free vainly tried to rescue kopeck they left the scene and did not report the accident to authorities for ten hours meanwhile copec me drowned in the vehicle that was submerged under water the next day kopechne if body in the car were both recovered by a driver kennedy pleaded guilty to a charge of leaving the scene of a crash causing personal injury he later received a twomonth suspended jail sentence in the quote what last time you heard anybody even mention that but they love them some ted kennedy because he's their healthcare guy never mind the accusations of sexual assault never mind apparently being drunk leaving the scene of an accident not reporting it for ten hours are you kidding me and got away with it but we're supposed to judge the people involved in the civil war through the prism of today okay let's judged people like taken the prison looked at it can you imagine anybody surviving that of course not not reporting it for ten hours of course not seles distal evaluate him that way how about another icon of laugh malcolm x this man did time for rape do we ignore that how do you wanna play this how far do you want to go with this let me say something about relief factor eighty percent of the people who by the relief factor quickstart bite again another reason for that take paul from pennsylvania here's what he said to.
"chappaquiddick island" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It was a tragic day in history back in nineteen sixty nine 48 years ago senator edward kennedy drawer his car off a bridge on at chappaquiddick island massachusetts a young woman passenger in the car mary jo kopechne he was killed the next day edgar town massachusetts police chief dominic arena described what he believe happened when kennedy reached the bridge our the guy by the way bridge overturned now kennedy left the scene and didn't call authorities until after quebec needs body was discovered the following day he later made this statement morning i entered a plea of guilty to the god of leaving of an act and kennedy was cents to two months in jail it was suspended many say he never became president or got the nomination of the democrat party because of what happened on this date in nineteen 69 is for thirteen on wtmj a pilot shortage what's up with that we'll discuss in twenty minutes at four thirty four and there's something really cool that hasn't happened in one hundred years that will happen next month jane matenaer eric planes in seven minutes greg mets exports in one there's nothing better than an early tea time seriously the way i sleep in my energy is off it's really hard to concentrate on thing about taking a afternoon gulf oh was there to turned out i had low testosterone known as low t how'd you find that i went to new mill medical they did a couple of tests it didn't cost much and they came back with a completely custom wreck c'mon dacian to solve the homeowners i had that all men have it's just a fact of life as we get older seriously you male medical yet new mill medical in tulsa don't mean to pry but what are they all fix a whole bunch of stuff i'm that tired all the time i concentrate way better and finally dropping some weight i feel it i'm getting stronger so muscle is starting to come back basically i feel about fifteen years younger in just a couple of his it's all and my wife isn't complaining about the positive effects either seriously they fix more than.