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Fresh update on "christopher " discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"The USA to get the answers. 844-484-3872, the Dan bongino show. There we go. Hot tip aman dick Johnson. We love you, dick. This show would be nothing without you. It would be useless radio frequency waves passed over the airwaves. You make this show. Dick Johnson. The show is about you. It's not about me. It's about you. By the way, Jim, you may want to queue up your TMI thing. I know you're going to do it anyway, so it doesn't really matter. Jim just doesn't say anything and listening. My name fire that guy just does whatever the hell he wants. It's because he's in Dallas and so I have to go for a skin cancer check today. I don't have skin. Well, knock on wood. I hope I know. I don't think I do. It's just that thing you do, you go for a check ups and stuff like that. So I was told, yeah, it's like a check. Like a check like everywhere. Unlike everywhere, like, yeah, like everywhere. Like everywhere everywhere, like everywhere everywhere. I'm like, okay. I'm not really cozy with that. But I guess it's all right. I think I'm going to ask everyone to please leave your cell phones outside. Not that you would want a picture of that, but just in case. So TMI moment is brought to you by Dan bongino. He was going to do it anyway, folks got his listen to any. He does his own thing. It's like the weirdest thing. Trying to get the guy fired. No one will listen. I'm like, please get rid of this guy. Getting tired of his nonsense back there. What is she doing back there? What is she doing? The meatloaf I don't know what he's doing back there. But he did find something else on the dark web, which we'll get to, it's really just a crazy. What Jim does on the Internet. But let me get back to this though, first because it's really important. Christopher wray in a very serious note is a dreadful director of the FBI. I would argue and could probably make the case that he's as bad maybe, maybe worse than James Comey. I know that's not a hyperbolic statement. I mean it. Christopher wray has been in charge for a while now and just oversaw the greatest breach of FBI DoJ, their handshake with America protocol that they're not going to engage in political investigations ever. And what's happened? The answer is nothing. They doubled down one after another Trump ally, Scott Perry the other day. They're in an extinction burst of behavior. Now, here is Christopher wray, hilariously. I mean, don't laugh as you hear this. Here is the director of the FBI just about a week ago in a congressional hearing. Insisting that not only are they not partisan, but they don't even like the perception of partisanship. You know, like raiding a former presidential candidate, who's attacked FBI malfeasance before, they don't even like Jim, that never happens. They don't even want the perception of that happening. Even though it just happened, here's Christopher wray before the before the arrayed, excuse me, Freddie had slipped last week, check this out. I feel very strongly, and I have communicated consistently since I started as director that our folks need to make sure that they're not just doing the right thing that they're doing it in the right way, and that they avoid avoid, even the appearance of bias or lack objectivity. What would lend to that appearance at FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago when Trump leaves after you go on vacation? Maybe that would. Maybe Jim, just an idea, you think, a little bit? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, Jim said it right, thanks, Jim. Doing a bang up job there, Chris. Chris ray, great job there, buddy. Well done. Folks, a guy needs to be fired immediately, immediately, there's nothing we can do with 2022 except hearings. But 2024, we take back The White House, order number one, Christopher wray, should be terminated immediately. Immediately, I'm not kidding. You're swearing in and the minute they say, so help me God and everybody starts clapping. I want the phone out of the pocket. Hopefully it's Trump or if he doesn't run desantis or whoever it is, the cell phone out of the pocket, two Christopher wray, firing him immediately. That's how quickly it has to happen. So help me, I bet he's clapping. Hold on, hold on, I gotta make a call. Here's what I want to tell you watching on Fox nation. Hello, hello, Chris. Yeah, this is just recently inaugurated president Trump. Yeah, you're fired. Immediately. That's how quickly this guy needs to be fired. And candidly, everyone else at the top of the FBI, but you can't make that call right. That's calls are going to take some time. Everyone has to go involved in this rate. I'd like to see cash Patel as FBI director. Now, I had an unintentional segue this morning on my podcast, but because it was unintentional and I liked it, it's now intentional. Cash Patel is a really good guy. Is he going to be on the show on Friday, Jim? Okay, good. Thank you. Cash Patel will be back. He was a high ranking intelligence and law enforcement official, very smart guy in the Trump administration. He knows his stuff. He was also one of the lead investigators in the spy gate fiasco. One of the things that's I'm not getting off track here is a point to this. I promise I don't think I got lost. One of the things about doing TV radio and podcast commentary, which I think Jim can attest to as well. Especially with a hot really hot topic like this, the ridiculous raid, the outrageous rate of Donald Trump's compound, is it's going to be covered what they call in the news wall to wall. They're going to dump commercials and they're just going to go nonstop, which is what Fox did the other day. So you got to figure in the now what? I don't know, 48 hours that have passed. There's probably been close to 28 to 35 hours of commentary on this. It's really hard to go on the air and say something unique. That's why with this show, I get up at 5 o'clock in the morning to put the show together. That means it's not how I get up early anyway, but I put in four hours. We started 9 recording the podcast in a noon here. Because I want to make sure you're not just hearing something you heard on Fox or newsmax or somewhere else. Not that it's not valuable. It's just what's the point you've already heard it. That's why I put my shows together like I do. Cash Patel who was on Tucker show last night with guest hosts will came. Cass is one of those guys I always tune in. Because he always says something I haven't heard before. And folks, I'm telling you, it's really hard to do that. I mean, you're talking about something for two, three, four, straight hours after it happens. Everybody's already said everything. Cas did it again
More Reactions To The FBI's Raid of Mar-A-Lago
"Here's The Wall Street Journal editor. Well, first let me play a little audio because there's a lot of great audio on this yesterday. Let's start with senator Rick Scott on Fox business with degan McDowell, cut number 8. Well, first of all, it makes you mad. I mean, this is unprecedented. A former president potential opponent to Biden in 24 is house gets rated. We know the Biden administration targets their opponents. Merrick Garland's targets, democratic opponents. This is well, here's what needs to happen today. Separately, mayor Garland, Christopher wray, Joe Biden need to do press conference, take all questions, explain why they're doing what they're doing, what each of them knew when this should scare every American until we get answers. This should be, you should have unbelievable concern. I got more phone calls. Let's go over to Ted Cruz. Cut number 13. That's exactly right. What we've got to do is win control of the House and Senate so that we have the authority to engage in oversight. It was interesting that the director of the FBI was there for one round of questions. At the end of the round of questions, we were supposed to have a second round. He said, no, I got a plane to catch. I'm sorry I gotta go. He didn't want another round of questions as chuck grassley observed. Wait a second. You've got your own plane. The FBI has a private jet just for you, so you're playing to catch it. You just don't want to have any more investigation. We need serious oversight. We need accountability. The people who have been political and partisan need to be fired. And if they broke the law right, let's hear Marco Rubio say the same thing. Cut number ten. You know, an FBI raid looking for supposed classified documents is a ridiculous alibi. Unlike anyone else in the federal government, no president can be guilty of illegally handling classified information because a president has complete and final authority to decide whether something is classified or not.
Fresh "Christopher " from The Dan Bongino Show
". Take one with me, Bill Cameron, Sundays at 5 p.m. here on 8 90, WLS. Four out of 5 Democrats secretly listen and learn something. The Dan bongino show. So those are forms aren't enough. There are more reforms for the FBI we need immediately. You need to call your congressman your elected officials. Anyone who will take your call and push for this immediately, we can not have a rogue FBI like this moving forward. We can't. We can't. I'm not listening. I've been, by the way, anyone in federal law enforcement, I've had your back, I have backed good quality law enforcement my entire life, the bona fides are there. This is not law enforcement what's happening here. This is pure political activism with people with guns and badges. That's all this is. And I'm not my credibility on this matter is not going to be called into question by anyone. Anyone. All right, I've got more reforms coming up next day too, and then finally, Christopher wray has got to go the director of the FBI just to disaster. First, if you're in the market for a high quality firearm, you're going to love my friends at Henry repeating arms. They just set me another one. I'm really happy with it. They make rifles and shotguns with performance. It can't be beat. Mine were spot on right out of the box. They've been reliable ever since. I be mine up pretty good. I got the all weather finish and the 44 carbine. You can shovel stuff with these babies. I mean, I don't even I barely clean mine, folks. It's reliable every single time. This is the granddaddy of rifles. You can find a Henry rifle that's right for you by ordering a free catalog and decals that Henry USA dot com
Everything You Need to Know About the FBI Raid of Mar-A-Lago
"24 hour period we saw some of the most significant expansions of federal power ever. This is more significant than the creation of the Department of Homeland Security in 24 hours you saw to seemingly disconnected data points that are trying to achieve the exact same thing. You saw 87,000 new IRS agents approved by the U.S. Senate and you saw an armed raid of a former president and his home. What exactly happened yesterday? Well, Mar-a-Lago, for those of you that have never been there, it's a phenomenal spectacular property. I've had the blessing to be able to visit there a couple of times is the residents, not a property, is the residents of Donald Trump. It is his home. A hundred FBI agents showed up with weapons and a warrant that was signed by a judge we're still learning more about the judge because there's some information circulating about the judge saying that he might be connected to Jeffrey Epstein. We're going to get that confirmed. Shows up to Mar-a-Lago while he is in New York City. And walks out with 15 boxes, opens the safe, splinters the safe for what? The only action that could possibly justify that is if Donald Trump had an act of dirty bomb in the living room of Mar-a-Lago with an impending intent to try to blow up Miami. Or if Donald Trump was sex trafficking children via the Lolita express to some unknown island in the Caribbean. The idea of going in with armed federal agents, they knew exactly what they were doing though. This for weeks they were methodically planning this. Christopher wray knew about this raid when he was testifying smugly in front of the U.S. Senate. We even said last week on the program how smug and arrogant Christopher wray is, as he is in front of all the senators because he said, oh, you have no idea. Your boy's about to get rated next week. This was all planned.
Fresh update on "christopher " discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"It. He says, true. I am begging you, do not let up. They are praying and hoping the DoJ and the FBI at this story goes away. They know they screwed up. You huge. It is time for you to post about it. It is time for you to send emails to your friends about this abomination. You need to call your representatives in Congress and email them, you need to demand the people involved in this or terminated that there are substantial long-lasting reforms made to the FBI Christopher ray should step down. Merrick Garland should be impeached. Do not let up. They are praying for you to let this story go. And I am praying that you please do not. It is working. It is everywhere. I'd love to tell you it was some cryptic source I have in The White House who told me that they're panicking. I don't need a cryptic source. They're talking about it openly right now. Here, where do we always go for lefty lunacy in the morning? Where do we go, guys? Pop question. Political playbook. Every morning, they tell you what the kooky leftists are talking about. It's a great strategy guide. Politico this morning. They say note, where is that one? This is the wrong one. Oh, here it is. Down here, sorry. What the strategists are saying. They note if there was ever a lane for trumpy, but not Trump of Republican in the 2024 primary. It now appears to be that much an hour. Now an hour. Come on, spit it out. I couldn't get this word out this morning. Narrower. They completely handed him a lifeline grouse one Republican strategist. I'm guessing a swamp rat. And this person advises a potential rival to Trump in 2024. Listen to how this swamp rat Republican said this theory goes unbelievable. It put everybody in the wagon for Trump again. It's just taken the wind out of everyone's sales. For any other trumpian candidate, the strategist says, it's over. The best friend Donald Trump has the FBI, the DoJ and the media. Don't laugh. Don't laugh. Hold your laughter later. I am not messing with you. The best friend Donald Trump has is the continued effort by the FBI, the DoJ, and the swamp in the media to try to take him down. Everything they do turns into an epic face plant. They look like clowns. They tried to impeach him once it failed. They tried to impeach him twice and failed. They tried to hide the Russian disinformation stuff. It helped getting Biden elected, but failed at staying under the water. I tried the Russia hoax. They tried the Mueller probe. They've tried Nikki Haley, drapes theories in The New York Times. I mean, I'm not kidding. They've made up conspiracy theories about what he drinks for breakfast and how he watches Fox News in aerobic. They have tried everything. He told you to drink bleach. Yeah, he's killing Americans with hydroxychloroquine. They have thrown the entire kitchen sink. The bathroom sink, they've thrown horses, cars, airplanes, buses, planes, trains, automobiles, every single thing they can at Donald Trump. And nothing is stuck. Not only is nothing stuck, this Republican strategy, sorry, I had two political playbook things of what was on top. That's where that hesitation came. Even the playbook people are noting that even the swampy insiders are like, I can't believe these idiots. They just resuscitated this guy. They thought they had him on the ropes with the January 6th thing, and now I heard a story on Fox this morning. Some guy they were talking to was a Dana perino was saying how some guy tweeted them at Fox said he was now sending like half a salary each week to the Trump campaign after this because he's so sick of the FBI DoJ. I can not think of a bigger face plan in American history. They may have actually kicked off Trump 2024. I think he was going to run anyway. I don't say that and revealing any inside baseball. I think he was 99% going to run anyway. Now it's a 100%. And you can bank the FBI and DoJ folks. They are panicking right now. They are panicking. They don't know what to do. I want you to listen to this. I know we'll run it up to the end of this segment, but Ron Paul back in 1988 warned us about the FBI. Back in 1988, I want you to listen to every single word of this as all of this is coming to materialize now. Check this out. You know, most of our history, we
Can the FBI Be Trusted?
"You have several years under president Trump, of the FBI, attempting to undermine the president of the United States on pretextual information, provided by the Quentin campaign on the basis of the Steele dossier. James Comey, the former head of the FBI, when he was head of the FBI, approaching Donald Trump to launder into the press, the Steele dossier, knowing that there was nothing in the Steele dossier that had been verified. He went to Donald Trump, he told him about it simply so that the media could then run with the story that the Steele dossier had been presented to president Trump and therefore it was newsworthy and BuzzFeed could run all of that material. For example, and then we got years and years of investigations down rabbit holes that led nowhere with regard to Russia. In other words, trust in the FBI is at an all time low. And yet it's the FBI under Christopher wray, apparently with a warrant that had to be signed off on by the DoJ and attorney general Merrick Garland. Now, initiating a raid into the former president of the United States. So here's the thing, could there theoretically, in some world, be it rationale for this sort of activity, sure? Sure, there could. But is that going to have to be a damned, extraordinarily solid, like rocks, I like bedrock solid, rationale, with serious underlying evidence, it had better be or what we are looking at is a political crisis.
Fresh update on "christopher " discussed on Stephanie Miller
"Of by the way. Freaking out on Fox News has to change that. By the way, if your mind just like mine just left to, what is the penalty for that? Oh, thanks for asking. That would be life in prison or execution. It would be the. Right. I'm just saying, should someone have sold? You know, secrets to our House. Yeah, I mean, if they were defense secrets, we're talking about a fine and the potential of ten years in prison or both. Yeah. That's the penalty for making off with national defense secrets. Yeah. I'm just going to say, boy, that we're all in the same trench together. Matthew dowd, former GOP pollster agreed with you on Yang. He just said, what Yang and others don't seem to get or care is that our House of democracy is on fire. And as the GOP adds gasoline to the fire, the only party today showing up to put out the fire is the Democrats. Let's put the fire out and then afterwards debate policy. This is what you say almost every day, right? Right, right. And Donald Trump is obviously and has been throughout most of his time in politics. At least going, I mean, you could also trace this back, you know, a couple decades. But Donald Trump has been exploiting some of these loopholes in the system. We've talked about this for a long time, where he understands that the traditions and values of the presidency are irrelevant because they're not codified into law. So he obviously tramples all of that. When it comes to this, he figures, well, I can get away with whatever I want to do. I can commit whatever crimes I need to commit in order to retcon my previous lie or retcon my previous crime. And I'll get away with it because Fox News will freak out a.m. talk radio will freak out the political red hats on Twitter will freak out. And so they'll be too timid to actually pursue me for those things. So right through that big loop. Yeah, very Trump had said that, that, you know, because, you know, as Donald Trump, but the American Garland central casting for, you know, he looks meek and mild and she said he never thought he would do it, you know? And I think you're right. It is the hubris in the end. Hopefully brings him down, because it does all seem to be happening at once, doesn't it? It's a fire hose of tennis balls is what I'm saying. But it's a fire hose of good news. Good tennis balls. Yes. Right. Yeah, and let's be clear about something too. Well, first of all, I wanted to mention there's some disinformation going around Twitter right now. The magistrate judge who may have approved the search warrant. Right. The magistrate judges aren't appointed by the president. So Donald Trump didn't appoint this guy. He was appointed probably by the district courts. Which is usually how that happens. The other thing is though that Christopher wray, not only was appointed by Donald Trump, but he was also his law firm, also represented represented Donald Trump's company. Trump organization and Christopher wray was also Chris Christie's attorney. I know. This all prior to being total Republican. He's a lifelong Republican. And he gladly took the post when Donald Trump offered it to him. This is a guy to somehow paint him as a radical left Democrat. And this one Jim Comey did this ten days before an election about, and I was saying bob last hour. This is everything they tried to say Hillary did. That she didn't do. This is everything they accused her of. It's just it's extraordinary. We love you bob cesca. The bob shower is essential. I listen every single week. Yes. Love you, bob susco. Love you too. Bye bye. There we go. Two 22 minutes after the hour, this portion of the show. Brought to you by worthy. You are worthy. You know what diamond jewelry you have that you're not wearing is a divorce? That's a divorce. It's bad juju. Time to. Get that out of there. Right. Maybe it's an inheritance, something else in your jewelry box, there was a new easy way to get money for that jewelry. It's called worthy. Were these a platform that can get you
What Is the FBI Hiding? Sen. Marsha Blackburn Weighs In
"Delighted to welcome for our first guest, senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, welcome senator. It is good to be with you, thanks for having me on. So much to discuss with you, but I have to first congratulate you on what you did there. You brought the heat to the director of the FBI, Christopher wray. Now that you're off the floor of the Senate, your reaction to the fact that the current director of the largest federal law enforcement agency in America refuses to call the Russia hoax what it is and will not call the laptop from hell an actual laptop from hell, your reaction. Well, we should have expected this. You know, I thought he would at least admit that it was an untruth when you look at this Russia hoax, but instead of being able to say yes or no, money was wasted, there was nothing to it. The FBI was in on the joke. What he wanted to do was quibble about the meaning of the word hoax and the definition of the word hoax. And I think they're trying to redefine everything,
Fresh update on "christopher " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Mutual Insurance. I'm Christopher Cruise in Washington, White House officials aren't saying much tonight about the FBI search of ma Lago. I'm Stephen portnoy at The White House where aides insist. The president was not brief, did not was not aware of it. No, no one at The White House was given a heads up. Press secretary karine Jean Pierre, otherwise declined to comment on the FBI search of the former president's Florida home. The Justice Department conducts investigations, independently, and we leave any law enforcement matters to them. CBS News projects Donald Trump endorsed Tim Michaels, wins the Republican Party's nomination for governor of Wisconsin. He'll face democratic governor Tony Evers in November. The FDA has signed off on the Biden administration's plan to increase the number of available monkeypox vaccines. This will allow shots that use only one 5th of the usual dose. The idea is to inject a smaller dose closer to the skin where more cells can take in the vaccine. Experts say this method has worked with other vaccines. CBS Duncan, the plan would turn the currently available 440,000 doses into more than 2 million doses. Teachers are returning to their schools and you've all Texas site of a horrific school shooting in May. Some teachers are moving to different schools. They're also having to deal with new security measures the Texas Department of
FBI Official Transferred After Allegations of Political Bias
"If the officials transfer an FBI official was transferred after whistleblower alleged allegations of political bias and I can't say this guy's name right and I don't want to butcher it. But there is a person in a key position in the FBI. According to director Christopher wray, that was intentionally biased. It was biased on his social media. He was biased in his approach towards the Hunter Biden laptop. He was biased towards January 6th hearings or at least investigation into certain people. That supported Donald Trump, all of the above, he was transferred. I guess through the investigation, he should be fired and put some death. I honestly believe when people are in these positions that can affect other people's lives. And to the point where people will go to prison and not go to prison because people's malice, you should go to jail for a very long time.
Senator Hawley Blasts FBI Director Wray for MO Conceal Carry Audits
"There are very few people in Washington D.C. of which I will give praise to, but this senator has just been phenomenal at every single fight every corner every turn. He just did a very courageous vote. He was the only senator to vote against NATO expansion. But I don't want to start with that. I first want to welcome senator hawley. Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks for having me, Charlie. So I want to start with this tape of you with FBI director Christopher wray. Where you ask him, why is the Federal Bureau of Investigation asking for concealed carry information? This one stuck out to me. I want to lead with this. Let's play cut 53, and then explain it to our audience, please. Play cut 53. But the sheriffs of Missouri say in 2018 is that the FBI did not request concealed carry records. You are requesting it this year and the state of Missouri only the sheriffs have these concealed carry records because Missouri law explicitly forbids concealed carry permit information to be turned over to state officials or to federal officials. I just want to understand why it is the FBI is now seeking from our sheriffs, and we're talking about multiple sheriffs who have commented who have contacted me, who have contacted other state officials who have spoken to the press, saying that the FBI is now asking for the names of concealed carry permit holders in the state of Missouri. Why is that if you've not done it before? I don't understand. Well, again, I'm going to have to look deeper into to give you a more full answer to your question. Yeah, look deeper into it. Senator, your thoughts. Well, that just means that he doesn't want to explain. He doesn't want to be on the hook. The truth is, Charlie, what it looks like to me is retaliation. Right now, the Biden administration is suing the state of Missouri over Second Amendment protections. And then all of a sudden, at about the same time, the FBI comes into Missouri and says that sheriffs say, give us give us the list of all your concealed carry permit holders. I mean, maybe that's coincidence. I kind of doubt it. The fact
Kentucky man admits to coronavirus loan fraud scheme
"A Kentucky man is sentenced to almost three years in prison for a COVID relief loan scam David Christopher Lewis will also have to pay full restitution for using false pretenses to accept $370,000 in paycheck protection loans under a federal COVID assistance program The government forgives those loans if the money is used for payroll rent or other approved expenses In his plea agreement Lewis admitted to submitting fraudulent applications in 2020 for the loans on behalf of businesses related to a Comic-Con style event that he'd organized in previous years and about employment and payroll records I'm Julie Walker
Is the Scandalous Biden Family Untouchable?
"The hearing when Christopher wray goes in front of the Senate? Is that Thursday? As did this Thursday, two days from now. To tell you the truth, I'm not holding my breath that he'll do anything other than what the FBI always does, which is to sell. We can't comment on an ongoing investigation. Yeah, I mean, I got to give the Biden's credit. They have a diversified portfolio of scandals. It's amazing. Every possible country region of the world industry walk of life, family member is involved in this. And so they are going to come under pressure from the Senate, but I think there is some cynicism, though, Miranda, that our audience has, and you've done a phenomenal job in your book, laptop from hell, which is how much is it actually going to take that just hold one of these people accountable? Or are we really in this moment where there's the untouchable class, regardless of how gross and disgusting and flagrant your crimes are, if your last name happens to be Biden or Clinton or Obama, you're largely untouchable. What are your thoughts on that? Well, look, I mean, I share some of that cynicism. And of course, the influence peddling racket that Joe Biden was the past master of is a bipartisan disease in Washington. It's really corrosive. Damaging as we can see now to our national security. And on the plus side, the Republicans telling me in the house in whether it's James coma, Jim Jordan, a whole lot of them are very rare doing a lot of work right now to get on top of the information. They're talking to witnesses. Whistleblowers are coming forward, they give them a car, it's told them to be aggressive when it comes to the Hunter Biden material. So they will be having hearings. They will be subpoenaing witnesses. They will have subpoena power in the house. I'm presuming they take back the house, which follows the show and they will. So that will at least bring more information to life. But
FBI in for a Rude Wake-Up Call Over Hunter Biden Investigation
"Joining us right now is a friend of the program someone who is super smart and does phenomenal research and investigations, Miranda Devine from the New York Post also author of the laptop from hell, Miranda, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks Charlie grot to be with you. Thank you. So I want to talk to you about this story here. FBI, director ray, are in for a rude wake-up call over the Hunter Biden investigation to your latest piece up at the New York Post NY post dot com. What do you mean by that? Well, on Thursday, Christopher wray, the FBI director appears in Congress before they oversight committee and the Republicans there are planning to really grill him on a few very sinister and concerning issues that have come to the fore in the last week. And you probably know already about chuck gresley has had several FBI whistleblowers come to him and give him information that basically the FBI just sat on buried the Hunter Biden information that came out in 2020 in August 2020 when graz Lee and Ron Johnson were both investigating the Hunter Biden and burisma corruption connections. And then again in October 2020, which was, of course, the month that we at the New York Post broke the first story from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop and October was also the time the month that tiny bubble linsky, the navy veteran and former business partner of Hunter Biden came forward publicly to say that Joe Biden was involved in his family's influence peddling scheme that Joe Biden was the big guy who was slated to get 10% of one of the Chinese deals and that Tony bubba linsky himself had met twice with Joe Biden to discuss these deals. So
Dinesh Reviews Senator Chuck Grassley's Revelations About the FBI
"Senator chuck grassley of Iowa has been writing letters to Merrick Garland and to the FBI director Christopher wray and these letters normally I'm not big on letter writing because I'm like a letter is nothing more than a kind of piece of paper that very often these guys are going to just toss into the trash can, big deal and sometimes our side has a tendency to think that if you write a letter, you've somehow done something. No, you haven't done anything. But in this case, we have grassley, who is an influential figure on the, in the Senate judiciary. And so it's the committee that has oversight over the FBI. And writing on judiciary committee letter had grassley makes two points. And both the points have been derived from FBI whistleblowers. These are FBI agents who have come forward and have apparently revealed two interesting things. The first one is that the FBI has been very involved in suppressing, suppressing investigations connected with Hunter Biden and the Biden crime family. So this is very telling that the FBI has been deliberately ignoring evidence and they have been using the fig leaf. In fact, they've been using the pretense that they know to be untrue. That this is Russia and disinformation.
Whistleblowers Say DOJ, FBI Show Political Bias in Investigations
"A string of whistleblowers within the FBI Alleged that the bureau and the Department of Justice have selectively observed federal guidelines launching investigations into conservative aligned figures without a sufficient basis to do so In a Monday press release from the Senate Judiciary Committee ranking member chuck grassley The Iowa Republican highlighted whistleblower accusations that quote Washington field office assistant special agent in charge Timothy siebel THI BAU Disregarded agency guidelines requiring substantial factual predication to trigger investigations Grassley's office noted that thee bolt played a pivotal role in opening an investigation into the Trump campaign Using information from a quote left aligned organization unquote and that he whitewashed the sources biases to coax approval for an investigation from FBI director Christopher wray and attorney general Merrick Garland And the whistleblowers further allege that the bolt worked to falsely discredit legitimate evidence against Hunter Biden president Joe Biden's son related to his finances and business deals abroad Grassley wrote last week to ray and Garland to address the allegations against the bolt making bold pronouncement as to the state of American justice system Should they prove true
Trump Gave Order to 'Make Sure' Jan. 6 Rally Was 'Safe Event'
"This is from just the news a great news site Founded by and run ultimately by John Solomon Since the hearings have been undercut by a fundamental fact Trump's actions before the riot began Included urging supporters to peacefully and patriotically express their opinions And ordering his top age to ensure there was a large contingent of National Guard troops at the ready to ensure no trouble ensued A capital police timeline obtained by just a new shows the Trump Pentagon first offered National Guard troops to the capitol police on January 2nd Four full days before the event Jeremy doesn't put this in The New York Times piece The police turned down the offer but then began to have second thoughts the capitol police then asked their political minders the house sergeant of arms chief among them For permission to accept the troops on January 4 But were turned down on the ground that such a show of force would create bad quote unquote optics The records show But the most compelling piece of evidence that Trump wanted to thwart rather than in sight violence is contained in a long memo written by The Pentagon inspector general They chronicled the assistance the Department of Defense offered Congress both ahead of enduring the riot In it the inspector general recounts a fateful meeting on January 3rd In The White House with an acting defense secretary Christopher Miller and general Mark milley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff met with Trump on national security matters This was not in Jeremy's article in The New York Times
AJ Remembers SNL's 'Cowbell' Sketch
"I just listened to one of my favorite podcasts with David Spade and Dana Carvey. Love those guys. They have such a great podcast. What the hell is the name of it? Flying the wall. Flying the wall is great, and they always interview people who work on SNL. And they just bring back so many great memories. So I just heard about Jimmy Fallon and Will Ferrell and horatio sins and the other crazy guy, we're in that famous tail bell sketch. Memory Christopher Walken, we need more cowbell. You know, I put my pants on one leg at a time in the morning with the differences. I produce gold records, so they're talking about that sketch, and it was one of the first few weeks that Jimmy Fallon was on that show. And this sketch as great as it was. Remember Will Ferrell banned the cowbell? What is belly out? His shirt was short. He just didn't hear Chris guitar ratio stands. Jimmy Fallon will fell brilliant. And thalam was talking about how the stage was shaking when they did that sketch. And obviously I've been on that stage. I've done this show. I did two sketches there. Back, I don't know, 20 years ago. I'm probably everything I tell you is probably 20 years ago, but it shakes when the laughter is just so huge. And Fallon was saying, this sketch was a sketch that came on at ten to 1 a.m. or 5 to one, the most sketches that they probably don't think are going to work out so they put them at the end of the show. And you're thinking, how could anybody think this sketch not might not work out? It's brilliant. But it was 5 to one sketch. And walk and Chris walken was basically doing an imitation of himself. I would walk you out belly. He didn't talk that way. It's crazy. I'm going to hankering for more cowbell. So interest levitated the room and I was listening to the show and this morning and I loved it. 'cause these are things there's a little nugget you don't find out about unless you listen to shows like this,
Bell crashes NASCAR playoff field with win at New Hampshire
"Christopher Bell didn't have the best car for most of the race at New Hampshire motor speedway but his crew kept working on it and it came alive as he chased down the leaders and drove away with his first win of the season My car was the fastest one out there especially on the long run And I did my job to maximize that With 6 races left in the regular season bells win has huge implications for the NASCAR playoff stanleys as he becomes the 14th driver to lock himself into the round of 16 They cut off line kept creeping up and up and up So it feels really good to hopefully get myself above that cut off line by a couple spots Chase Elliott finished second Bubba Wallace was third I'm Jerry
Pete Alonso, New York Mets sweep lowly Cubs with 4-3 victory
"The mets needed extra innings twice on Saturday to sweep a double header from the cubs two one and four three Pete Alonso lifted a sacrifice fly in the 11th inning of the opener His second RBI of the game New York almost wasted a fine outing by Taiwan walker who scattered four hits over 6 innings of the opener Alonso also provided the go ahead run without a hit in the tenth inning of game two Getting hit by a pitch with a base is loaded A throwing error by reliever Daniel Norris brought in the insurance run A big play after Christopher morell hit an RBI signal in the bottom half Frank Wendell hit into a 5 three double play to end the game I'm Dave
Why Dinesh Just Trended on Twitter
"So yesterday I'm scrolling through Twitter and I noticed trending on Twitter. Number one, dinesh. I'm like, could it be a different than that? I'm not aware I've done anything trend worthy. And in fact, I called W I go, hey, listen, I'm trending on Twitter. She goes, oh no. Because usually usually far in some bad side, it means I've gone really close to the line and done something a little bit questionable. Debbie goes, it means you poke the bear, yeah. Evidently, I poke the bear. Well, now obviously I'm really happy when I was trending with the movie. 2000 meals was trending for a while. The national trending, the Souza was trending and all of that, of course, had a kind of purpose to it. But sometimes I'm trending for no evidence purpose. So this was the case yesterday. Well, here's how it started. You have this guy Richard ojeda. And he goes, a few think 2000 meals is valid. You may be part of the poorly educated. So this is kind of what got me and I'm like, well, okay, you know, if you consider the movie to be something that is made by an appealing to the poorly educated, let's compare credentials. So here's my tweet. Let's compare your educational credentials to mine. And now I'm laying it on here, obviously. Ivy League graduate from Dartmouth policy analyst at the Reagan White House, research scholar at AEI and the Hoover institution at Stanford, author of more than a dozen highly acclaimed bestselling books, and then my punchline. Now you go. Let's see how your credentials dead silence from the guy, but evidently it kind of, you know, it poked the bear, the left gets all stirred up and so on and so first of all, well, this is one of the nicer responses, which is hey dinesh, I may disagree with you on many things, but your background is undeniably accomplished. He goes, my issue is never your education. It's rather your slavish commitment to your worldview that ab initio, meaning from the beginning, excludes anything contradictory to your position. So he's implying I'm some sort of a dogmatist who's so close minded. I can't see the other side. Now I think if you listen to this podcast, you can see that first of all, my interests are pretty wide. I'm very often reading ideas at a completely different than mine. Even in my Christian apologetics, I read extensively the atheist. I don't just mean Christopher Hitchens and Dawkins. I read Nietzsche, I had been schopenhauer. I need Hume. And I quote all these guys in my work. So the idea, so I reply to this guy and I say I wish you knew me a little better 'cause I don't do
Eric Chats With Freedom Fest Founder Mark Skousen
"I don't normally debate, but I do a lot of speaking and I'm excited about freedom fest and I'm excited about the fact that I have the founder, the man behind the whole thing, Mark scows and is my guest right now, Mark. Welcome back. Well, thank you. And speaking of this debate that you're having with Michael Shermer, I will tell you, you know, you say you don't like debates and Michael Shermer is actually a true seeker. He is not like Christopher Hitchens and some of these other atheists who are absolutely adamant. This is the way it is. In fact, he's had his own kind of Supernatural experience that I told you about and hopefully you will bring this up in this debate. But he is a truth seeker and I think that's the kind of thing we do at freedom fast. Freedom fest is the world's largest gathering of free minds. So we don't like people who come and have a closed mind on whatever topic it is. We want people to have an open mind. For example, we have every year a mock trial, the mock trial this year is drug legalization on trial. But we put capitalism on trial. We put the Republican Party on trial foreign policy on trial, public union, John trial, and you get both sides of the views. It's a wonderful way to find out, well, what is the truth? So you have it's a mock trial yeah, so we have a judge. We have a could we put could we put Mitch McConnell on trial and have a mock execution? Actually, we'll talk about that
Dinesh D'Souza Debunks "The Most Secure Election in American History"
"My friend dinesh d'souza dinesh welcome. Hey, Eric, how are you? I'm always excited to talk to you because I want to get kind of a fresh update on where things are. There are still people in this country and you know it better than I do who if you talk about the idea that the election was stolen, fraudulent, a mess, a travesty of American liberty. There are people that say, shut up, don't talk about that. Your conspiracy theorists. I mean, people will not stop. And it's a depressing thing when you leave reality and you just have competing narratives. I would at least like to think that my narrative is grounded in reality. But you deal with this all the time. People that simply refuse even to discuss it intelligently. They don't dare to discuss the details. And so where are things right now with regard to the great film 2000 mules that have been seen by so many people? Yeah, Eric, let me offer a comment on what you just said because I remember her years ago in one of my debates with the atheist Christopher Hitchens, he kept saying that there's no evidence for God. And I said, all right, how would you react if such evidence like hit you in the face? So for example, if you were to challenge God and say, you know, tomorrow morning, we print your name on the moon. I am God. If you challenge God to do that, and the next morning you looked outside or the next evening, you looked outside and it said, I am God on the moon. Would you then confess that you've been wrong all your life, admit that there is a God and agree to transform your life in congruence with this new fact? And you could tell it's sort of startled him because he realized that the answer to that question was no. In other words, he realized that he would not admit it. He would then say, well, some aliens obviously did that to confuse me. You know, in other words, he would find his mind as supple enough to look for some other explanation. Why? Because he was emotionally dug in. He couldn't concede that he was wrong, even if reality, as you put it hit him in the face. And I think the election fraud issues like that. A lot of people think their dogmatically committed and they have been since the election. This is the most secure election in history. Well, how do you know that? Have you done a comparison of all the elections to show that this one had less fraud than all the others? No. Well, how can you say it's the most secure election? Well, that's because the guy at cisa, the cybersecurity agency says so, but what evidence is he provided? None. So when I'm getting at is that from the beginning, you have this dogmatic assertion that this was a safe election. You had a regime of censorship to back that up. This has been a problem for the movie. How do we navigate around those walls of censorship? And lots of people are to this day committed to this evidence and no matter what you show them, they're not going to change their
"christopher " Discussed on Catch my Killer
"Case was a really high profile line. I will never forget it. Because i have never heard of anyone dying in a similar situation. This week's story involves the death of an eleven year. Old boy named christopher aaron morris on september twenty fifth two thousand christopher nisa his sister ashley mccarthy were army rats. It's a term of endearment us to reference the children of military personnel. I should know because my brothers. And i were once army brats. The term is loosely applied to all branches of the military. Christopher lived with his dad and.
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"Fighting. So i i. Would you know ask quiver. River is listening and can to donate to help and support that that movement as the only hope along with with everything else in the world can do to kind of keep taliban a bit more humble and if you want to Give me the Where we can donate Also personally been looking at the various ngos that have been in afghanistan for many decades That could help For me. I've supported Mid saints franc- are doctors without borders for years. And i know they're in afghanistan and continue to be in afghanistan but if if there are certain nonprofits ngos that are helping you want people to be aware of. Just send me those. You are else all that will be in the show notes for this episode for sure absolutely. Well we'll definitely send those to you and there are two or three. That are doing some redo even work. I also have to tell you an and of course. I understand this as as as afghanistan was falling i understood it but to hear you say that dream of freedom is gone. It's that's just this heartbreaking for me. I'm i'm very sorry. I mean i understand that but it's so painful to hear you say it. It is very painful i it. Is you imagine. Christopher for for a second but we are men states. We're enjoying all of these amazing freedom and opportunity and this is an amazing country. By the way. I mean i came to this country with a dollars in my pocket. A now Without even going to college. I have a venture backed business so only the us can make this happen. But but but let's let me let me give you an example you. You're enjoying all this freedom. I'm enjoying all this freedom. And imagine at you wake up in the morning. And and the kkk took over and an and they. They're all of a sudden you. Can't you have none of the freedoms that that you have before you know your culture's changed. Your clothing has changed your force to grow beard. You're forced to go to church your wife. Your.
"christopher " Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"America's cups nine ryder cups more than eighty grand slam tournaments You'll also have the eugene l. scott award given in memory of the late publisher of tennis week magazine and so with all of that under your belt and then writing sports biography. I wonder how as genre you translate the physical drama of tennis onto the page. You have to say. I've always thought that it was great to have a job that you can never quite Perfect or master and this is certainly one of them because you can always find a way to make another phone call or choose a better metaphor or a better description. So i think that is. The time is daunting and frustrating. But it's also inspiring because you can get better at this and so trying to get better in my mid fifties having done this for thirty plus years and all that all those road trips that you described takes awhile to sam. But i rogers case tennis can be challenging to write about. Because there's so much there's so many points and the points are relatively short and matches can last a long time. So i think you instead of getting readers blow by blow. You really have to synthesize and to find a way to capture the moment captured. The match is through Sending them up in terms of their style of play and the things that really come across from a visual standpoint. You're sitting there in the stands. And i've always tried to project that into my writing and i've tried to do that with this book as well. I really was conscious that people do not want to read about one hundred matches they wanted to read about. What made roger tick. What made nidal joke of its tick and where. They came from with their origin stories. That's what i tried to focus on and do you absolutely succeeded. Christopher clara thank you very much indeed. Thank you georgina. Real pleasure for me thanking the master. Brilliant career of roger federer by christopher clary is published by john murray. You've been listening to meet the writers. Thanks to the production team with nora whole only fisher and sophie monaghan coon's and you can download this show and previous episodes more website up from soundcloud mixed cloud or i tunes. I'm gina godwin. Thank you for listening..
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"You have to be a leader. You have to be a doer. You have to be a decision maker or whatever the thing you have to do is but i'm curious as to how do you really feel about it. Just go did. I just go off there. It's okay it's i in a way i kinda feel like you do It's a very hot topic right now. And it imposter syndrome affects both men and women but in particular women and so. Let's start off with like okay. The basic definition of imposter syndrome. Is this really terrible. Feeling that you're undeserving. Somehow of your success and that you'll be exposed for a fraud that your success is due to good luck or good timing or because somebody did all the work for you. And there's different ways that can manifest itself right. I i had it and i didn't. I did not write about this in the book. I only maybe alluded to it. But it was a big lesson for me and i'll share the story if that's okay. Sabrina fall down any zebra. Whole wanna go Okay thank you. So when i sold the horn group to fend partners right after twenty years of being my own boss. I never had a boss and all of a sudden a friday. I was the ceo horn group and monday morning. I was the managing partner of global technology. Practice for a hundred million dollar company called finn partners and all of these people almost anointed me with this sort of quasi celebrity status. And they're were all these people on my email and they expected great things from me as they should but i thought to myself. Oh my god. I'm not what these people think i am. I just ran my little company for twenty four years. And i worked with these companies and i know and i know really well but i don't know what they're thinking about me. And what are their expectations of me and there was one day all never forget where i was in a meeting. With some people from accenture it was a new business pitch and there were people from my old team. And then people from finn partners around me who. I had just met that morning in. Who sort of looking the up and down like okay. Give us the show. Sabrina you know and the wizards here that we're in hand show yeah and christopher. I struggled introducing myself. I struggled telling someone else's story it wasn't my store anymore. Was there a story. I struggled even saying what my title was. And i didn't know what imposter syndrome wise but i'm pretty sure that was it. And it sucked. Because i felt like i was on another planet. I wasn't comfortable in my own clothes. I wasn't being successful. And i just wanted to push the reset button and and not that. The merger was very successful in everything. Worked out but it really messed with my head and so to stop feeling like an impostor the first step is to stop thinking like one as you said and you know what you have to..
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"You to where you want to be at the next stage right and it's just like when you meet people and they've joined your company and they keep saying yeah you know when i was at the big horn accompany. We did this and we did. And i hear it like ten times a day when i was at big. Hana we did it this way when i n it's like you know what you're not there anymore. You're here with me now. And what worked there doesn't mean is necessarily going to work here so you have to take like experience matters and certainly expertise but you're so right. Christopher like what got you to to where you are today isn't gonna get you to where you wanna go. You have to take the best of all of that and leave the rest behind. Yes now one of the things that sort of get surfaced in your new book is something. We hear a lot about today. And it's something that Pisses me off on a pretty regular basis. And that's this thing called imposter syndrome. And everybody's like oh my imposters to these blogs and all these things hunting and a lot of ways your book is hey you know deal with imposter syndrome. Don't be a fucking and yes. I read all stuff. And i wanted to say. Hey listen doping. Impostor do the homework. Do the research get prepared train you know. Look at what athletes do look at. What the military does right. No you're going to win when you get on the playing field and so when it comes you might feel imposter syndrome in the beginning of something say oh somebody wants to give me a big jobber promotion. Maybe i don't feel ready. I relate to all that. We've all had experiences along those lines. And i understand there. Are things that you can do to get ourselves ready to take an exponential leap in our career and those are important things however my belief is if you feel like an impostor then do what you need to do to make sure. You're not an impostor before you get on the ice where the game's going to go down and you have to be not an impostor you have to be an expert..
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"I i think the ceo averages five years so if cmo's are getting to four years that would be a huge breakthrough. i mean. I'm not saying that based on any research that i've seen but i feel like in the conversations i have at that level. People are staying in the chair a little longer. Let's good to hear. Yeah that's really good to hear. Do you ever think about going back. Christopher not for two seconds yeah now. I hung up my gloves. Come on i have no desire to. I got nothing left to prove. And most importantly i i love my life the way it is now i get to make a difference at scale through podcasting and writing. I do still a smidge not very much. But in very certain certain circumstances i'll do some advising and i still enjoy that Very much particularly under the right circumstances but no. I don't have any desire to do it. I don't frankly. I don't wanna work eighty hours a week. And that's what those jobs are. Yeah and You know. I'm at a different stage of my life like you are. I'm in the throw down the rope. Stage not continue to collect a merit badges stage. That's a good way of putting it. Well i mean. I've said this to you back then. And i said achieve the other day when we caught up briefly. What you've done with this podcast in your books is is incredible like crew. There's such you filled a hole in silicon valley with legends and losers and now with follow your different like it's it's a whole order of magnitude greater. I think it's terrific. Well thank you. Yeah and it's it's an incredible experiment. It's one that virtually everybody who is a quote unquote expert told me would fail Because you last time to listen to an hour. Long business podcast. Business people are busy. Were you need to edit that shit. Take out the takeout. You need to focus on the value bombs and all this other insanity and the truth is that you know this better than i do given given what you do. The average business podcast is complete as my friends over the pensee shite. Yeah i mean that's i think. Actually what makes your podcast. So charming and i love some of the comments that other people have posted. That don't seem to appreciate your brand of humor. But you know there's no bs in in your conversations and But it's also like really meaningful and thoughtful and there's practical advice in there For people so. I hope you. You never never stop doing that. I don't plan to I love the conversations too much. I really do. You know the people that i get to talk to our incredible and i learned a ton and as you know i'm dyslexic and so reading as a big commitment but as you can see by the posted that's in your book you know i read the books you know because the only people i have honor people who i think are doing great work who i'm curious about and therefore you know we have a lot of authors on i read. I don't know thirty forty bucks a year and that's a big commitment is a dyslexic. But i get to learn from you. And i get to learn from stanley mcchrystal and i get to learn from jim campbell. Who literally wrote the book on mehta off and on and on and on Yeah well thank you for reading it. Well thank you for writing it and you know really made happy just by the title because as you know i'm a student of language languaging and there's so many asinine things we say that most of us never think about and in business Fake attiya make. It is right at the top of that idiot asinine hill. He bet and actually do you remember you. Help me finalize the title..
"christopher " Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"There's this other gallery that i went to There's waller there was There's one called blue door gallery ludar. That's right there Yeah there's a few others that are kinda like stumbled stumbled into. And i think that's awesome building codes dan. We're getting his out here all right so now here. Here's the ball buster question. This is one of my. You kicked out of baltimore. No sorry i gotta do it. You know i. It's like that scene from american gangster. And he's like oh you come here you come across that bridge. That's the way i treat it. Come across the harbour. I don't know how you gonna get here all right so chicken box. What's what is on your chicken box. What are three things any. I understand you've got the fried chicken. Obviously what goes on your chicken in now. I'll be honest. It was my students who got me up on this. Because i when i saw them eating a ha was like this is no go like where i come from. We don't do catch up on chicken striding. Here's thing on the software and actually like it. I say i finally got the the the guys try and is pretty. I can rock it. Okay you know you got the answer right you know. I personally do not do minds that way. I'm a heathen i'm atypical. Is like is plagued. Part of i thing when you talk about atlanta or something like that. it's like this weirdos in atlanta. I'm in that part of baltimore's do hot sauce and western fries. The oldest stuff see. That's where i come from an x ray. Yeah that's what we do. I saw so. Yeah i was like when i saw them checks for chicken. Ways like this actually reunion if you go further down this is like i want to morgan right. And there was a fair amount of people from the dmv as they call it. I don't really call it but a fair amount of people in the area and you have people from up north in the way you will find out who's who nowadays don't accent and things like that you would find out what they put on a hassle so like the spot over there northwood. They will have mambo sauce hot sauce ketchup and then occasionally they like pork. Fried rice and i was like new yorkers eating as for that. We're just give me hot sauce. Give me louisiana hot sauce and we are all set. So that's all the questions. I got Anything that you want to shamelessly plug your your site. Where can you find your social media. All of that good stuff on my website is see that in dot com. So that's Season charlie t n. dot com in the end. My instagram handle is at seabed mccart. That's all one word so yeah Other than a super excited. I just got a juried into new american paintings. Odds one a data out there on rats sober gate about that. So yeah. I think that issue will come out At the beginning of june It's the south Issue number one. Fifty four i think is the name of it so look out for that and yeah that's it so i want to thank you again. For coming on his podcast. This has been a treat ally. Say i can't thank you enough for For having me. I really enjoy talking about art and yeah span of what you were. Minutes is synonymous much appreciated so for christopher bat. Chris batten i. I'm rob lee's and the dares are in and around baltimore. It's gotta look for.
"christopher " Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson
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"To talk to you. Christopher so. How'd you cook a steak on the grill? You and I've discussed before, and you basically disagree with everything. Most people think about how to cook a steak. Well a I learned to grow from my dad. My Dad learned to grill from his Dad, and his dad learned the grill from his dad. And that's the way most people learn to grill, and when you sit down, and you think about it, and you apply some current science principles to figure out that a lot of that stuff is just wrong, so let's start with a cut thin stakes thick steaks. which primal cutter we dealing with your well, you went right to the heart of the question right now. People always ask me how to cook steak, hot and fast low and slow, and it all depends on how thick it is now this is. Whenever you cook anything indoors outdoors. You do in a physics experiment and you're doing a chemistry experiment. This is physics. The steak is seventy percent water. It takes time for heat to move from the outside of the state to the inside of the steak, whether it's in a grill or an oven or a frying pan, the heat or it's actually better to think. Think of it is energy. The energy is on the outside of the steak, and it heats up the outside of the steak, but it doesn't penetrate the stake. It's heat that is stored in the outside of the steak that heats the inside of the steak. It moves from the outside of the center, so the warm air and your oven or grill is only. Only cooking outside of the state, the outside is takes like a capacitor or battery it just stores up the energy, and that moves to the center, so it takes longer for a thick steak to cook thin steak, obviously, but if it takes longer than you need to dial down the temperature on a thick steak, otherwise you burn the outside before you reach the. The ideal temperature on the inside, a medium rare state, which we know for a fact is most tender at one hundred thirty to one hundred and thirty five degrees. That's medium rare. You can tell whether digital thermometer. Right spot on the cutting to it. You don't have to poke it with your finger. You can stick it with a digital thermometer. Know precisely. But now okay. I liked argued people me, too. That's why you're on the show. Used a digital thermometer on steaks for years, but the thing I'm not sure about is. I know I pick it up with tongs. I insert the thermometer horizontally, but I gotTa tell you. If it's half an inch, one way or quarter inch and another way I might do five readings and get six results. Yeah, it's it's kind of hard. So how do.
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"The morning on Christopher cruising for John trout thirteen before the top of the hour a group of nine deported parents some of whom have been seen their children in a year and a half have been flown back to the U. S. under court order to be reunited with their children correspondent Jim rule pass that the group of nine were flown into Los Angeles International Airport in our view this is just the start ACLU attorney legal learn says even before the trump administration's crackdown on illegal immigration and asylum seekers more than fifteen hundred children had been separated from their parents at the border we're searching all over the world in two thousand eighteen US district judge Dennis several ruled that the government was wrong and some asylum cases and ordered that any person who is misled or coerced into giving up their asylum rights and deported must be brought back and reunited with her children we have put in affidavits and looking at the forms the government spelled out in a lot of cases it's obvious but in those not so obvious cases of misleading or coercion the judge sided with the government now colored says he knows he'll need overwhelming evidence of things like immigration agents taking advantage of an asylum seeker for example not understanding English or we're told of the sign they and their children would be deported together but instead the child kept here in the parent deported these are just a few examples he says they've been able to prove one problem the government did not have a very good system for documenting the undocumented including where the parent was deported now they know the country but that's it at the end of the case the government admitted that they candidly did not keep track of the families and we're just not sure when we will be able to find them but we will not stop until we've oaks Austin every possible Avenue he says there is a lot of criticism in his and others efforts to reunite families and says he understands much of it United after World War two said never again will we send people back to harm we're not saying that everyone these individuals will ultimately be granted asylum but there has to be a process these families clean horrific violence and persecution forget all the abstract narrative about immigration and just think about the immigrants you know and ask yourself whether they fit the merit of all bad people that's coming out of the administration I think you'll find that immigrants are hard working they need our help and protection and we should not turn our back on us learn says he hopes with his first night to come in under the judge's order will compel the federal government to allow more to reunite with their children without further litigation general Los Angeles eleven before the top of the hour now in America in the morning a new low cost iPhone is going to mass production next month says correspondence got car those familiar with the plants they apple suppliers plan to start assembling the new low cost phones in February looking.
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"Well, I'll tell you. We have blueberries that are half. And we also smoothies. The thing is that when we put blueberries enter smoothies almost immediately the mixture gels, and it's very unpleasant texture. So I don't know why that happens. It doesn't happen with other fruits, and I also don't know how to fix it. Now that's happened to me with blueberries also back when I was starting to cook in the seventies. When you were just ten Sporting sporting though, though. I used to make this horrible desert was living on a farm. So I picked fresh berries and put them in a blender with some fruit and just whip it up and put that in a class of some kind. It was okay, except the blueberries did really gel as opposed to raspberries or other things. So I think that's true. They contain a lot of pectin are these really ripe blueberries or sort of ripe blueberries just add a carton. He had a choice when you go to the supermarket is just what it is. Well, I think the less ripe the fruit the more pectin there, isn't it actually. Now, we have to get to the solution part of the call, Sarah. I know I've had luck. We peering them. So giving it a second shot. You know after it set up throw it back in the blender and do it again, and maybe add a little extra liquid and see what happens is this a blueberry smoothie were the only fruit of let's say banana is blueberry or is this a mix of fruits. Are we often add bananas? Yeah. Yogurt. Well. The other thing to do is just mix it with one other fruit and use half as many blueberries, I would solve that problem because I wondered if I could add S's, maybe some lemon, juice or something. Although I haven't really tried that I think it actually isn't gonna stop Joan I've made with buttermilk, which is very acidic, and it's still sets up. So I think just blended some more or use less of it like Christus suggested with more other fruits. But if anything works, would you please let us know, Kathy. Sure. That would be so nice. Yeah. Yeah. I think a little more liquid. But also give it another world in the food processor. Okay. I'll do that. Thanks so much you guys. Okay. This is most your radio. I'm Christopher king up next. My interview and pastry chef and television personality Duff Goldman right after the break..
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"Well, I was in my local op recently, and I came across some limes that were unlike any lines I'd ever seen before they were about the size of a golf ball. They were really dark green in color. Very lumpy and bumpy. And I picked up about a half dozen, and I took him home. And in my car on the way home. I was completely overwhelmed with the aroma and the fragrance it was really incredible. So I sort of thought I could just substitute them for regular lines. So for example, I've used the juice and zest in a lemon lime drizzle cake. And I've used them in a lime Sables sandwich cookie and the flavor's just a bit off. Yeah. It's like a whole different flavor. It's more savory. I guess is how it's coming across to me limes Taylor. Taylor. I wanted to ask you did. You ask them what they're called? They had them labelled as MC route line right used to be called kafir, but that's a George of word in South Africa. So they changed Tim accrued. But some people know it's Kefir, I wouldn't use it as a substitute for lime juice. It's used in curries it's using savory applications zest in particular is very strong. So that's what I would do with it. I wouldn't if you're doing it as a drizzle on one layer cake. I wouldn't use it for that gre-. What's used even more than the zest is the leaves? I've used the leaves in a tie green curry, it tastes great in that dish, right? I make a lemonade with a kafir lime syrup that is just killer. So I think the trouble is the juice is just not going to do it for you. But the disasters good and see if you can if they've got the lines. They've probably got the leaves. And just get them to give you the Lee. Leaves too. They get the leaves at my Asian breath. Restore I store those in my freezer, and that's great because they'll just last forever. You know, you can throw five or ten into a curry. But this was my first time seeing the actual lines in the produce section. And so I was really intrigued by thank you. I love listening to you guys so much. I really love it when you have your strong opinions. And as a listener, it's a really fun when you to disagree, and we here. Great about anything. I don't know maybe once or twice the good news is, and it's sort of fun is that you can have two people who disagree, and it makes you realize there's no one right way. Really? You guys are willing to take on things like silk, Pat. For example, I've always hated still past. It's hard to clean, but I thought well professional results I have to use this. Once you guys said, no, you can just use your have gotten rid of all my silk, Pat. I use my parchment. You know, it's perfect. I'm glad we liberated you. Yes. Stone don't need so penny Rolex. Well, Andrea, thanks for call. Like, thank you. Great to talk to you. So we are giving I thought the takeaway was always right? Okay. Cut. This is most radio. I'm Christopher Kimball up next my interview with Vivian Howard, chef author of deep run routes. We'll be right back..
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"Secondly, I would just open up the spices because spices are going to not be a replacement for. But they obviously had a lot of flavor coriander cumin in particular tumor is very helpful a bunch of things like that really add a lot of flavor. The third thing is sauce soy sauce fish sauce. Mommy, you, mommy. Pomegranate, molasses those are all common ingredients and those also add flavors. The last thing is a Tang. If you're preparing vegetables, for example, as part of a dish instead of using onion, use celery or carrot or fennel or something else and really. Brown it well to give you a one of flavor. So those are the three things spices for mentioned sauces, and then make sure you Brown as much as you can in a skill it to add flavor. One more question. You recently published the Cantonese beef stew. I think it was with beef and onion, would you? Even try to do what you just suggested with that recipe and substitute celery and carrots and. You could use a little tomato paste, which you Brown in the pan along with the vegetables dad's some depth of flavour as well. And you also can add a little bit of Sawyer fish sauce. I particularly like fish sauce, which is not fishy. If it's a good quality one. I just had a teaspoon or to to just to give some depth to the flavor with the other vegetables. Because that's what I would do is use other vegetables use a lot of heat, and then use some underlying spices or from entered sauce to add flavor to it. Yeah. I mean, one of the things that onion contributes and garlic too is sugar. So it isn't just depth of flavor. It's sugar. That's why I'd be fan in particular of two things that Chris said, which is tomato paste and carrots both of which are also source of Lamar army, and when you cook them both they develop more of that sweet flavor. And that will give you something that onions might have it's different than onions. But it's similar. This is all really, excellent ideas. Thank you very much. I would start with the onion and garlic powder from high quality source just to see. Your husband doesn't have a problem with it. That would be a quick solution. That would be amazing seeing if we could discover that. All right. Thanks, guys. Bye. Bye. This is most your radio, Christopher Kimball. If you have a question or comment the numbers eight five five four to six nine eight four three one more time. Eight five five four to six nine eight four three or just send us an Email questions at mill street radio dot com. Welcome to milk street..
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"We've got a great guest today. We've got Christopher bell two-time defending winner of the chili bowl who is set to defend his title this next week. We're talking on the Thursday before he heads to also Christopher thanks for being here. Thank you. You just returned from New Zealand, and we were talking about how we followed that we had some stories NBC sports dot com. There was a lot of chatter on social tell me about how the tripling, and it was it was a lot of fun. So I was able to go to New Zealand back in the summer of or New Zealand summer of twenty thirteen to twenty fourteen whenever I went down there. The first time they're raises scheduled, and I think I was down there for a total of twenty days. And I said I was never going back. Just because we didn't get to race very much one night, rain doubt. And it was a long trip, but this year, it was a. Johnathon? They've made the schedule a lot better where we had six races planned over the course of I think we were down there for fourteen days. So we got a little bit before Christmas on Christmas Eve and had two days off. And then once we started racing, man. It was go go go. So if anybody knows me racing smile deal, so my girlfriend her family were able to go with this. So the girls kinda went vacationed in in me my future. Father in law went down there worked on the racecars. So I got to raise she got the vacation. And it was a win win. That's cool. I don't want to correct you. But when you say girlfriend. Oh, yeah, we talked to her name is Morgan Morgan. Okay. And she's is she from Oklahoma's wealth. No, she's from Ohio. Her name's more you Kim and her family groups Qarase in her uncle's car driver and her dad is dark chiefs of. Yeah..
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