19 Burst results for "Cliven Bundy"

"cliven bundy" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

05:18 min | 3 months ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"It feels like for comedy. I'm a white guy. So i feel comfortable like going after white guys but then also like in the history they. I mean it's just been really damaging it's yeah and there's a lot of these white guys who are doing really bad thing alec. You're picking out the really good ones or even two good ones and shitting on them. I mean i remember the. I like the good ones. I'm like john brown like this are good but but so many. There's this one. I can't remember what is exactly but it's like very early on like it's a white dude trying to get some indigenous people to show him where like the iron is And the episode. Like as we're going through it. I'm like man. Just don't show this tube or the iron as like going man. I just hope and they just like seriously. They're doing pretty well. And then there's one do like wanna island one same kind of thing like don't give him your one thing. Yeah and then and then there's one guy who's like you know you're gone. Yeah just this morning. I mean. I listened to the most recent episode. Where as is a recurring theme. It's the kkk versus progressive organized workers. And oh guess which side the cops are on you know as it turns out concer awfully accidentally impartial to the kkk. And what year did that story. Or nineteen o. It's not yeah no sometimes. The years are galling. Sometimes i mean they genuinely i'll be like why did you say nine hundred fifty one that i listen to this morning. Which is the newest one ended in two thousand and sixteen. I stopped doing what. I thought we start. We started with fucking hoods on head twenty. Sixteen no yeah no it dude. I mean that. That's the thing is like i think when you think about how we are separated and kinda pitted against each other in the political environment that we're in it is because it's not going well like would they need to do that so that we don't fixate on the things and learn from the things When you actually do peel the onion even not that greatly you are astounded by what you see and really just so many fundamental changes that this country just needs to go through and you know. It's just unfortunate that we living had no matter. Who's this ship. You know the captain's always like i don't know if we can make it to the shore. Promise you taken somewhere yeah. Nobody's taken us anywhere. So you would think that we would be able to kind of coalesce around that are there's with your show like when you guys when you announce the dates in its eighteen hundred. Something it's usually going to be super ridiculous because it's going to be like the history of magnifying glass right hundred so you go. There's some distance. I'll feel bad at the end of it but i won't feel terrible. Nineteen five man. We haven't learned Yeah there's some to that high school fuck yeah two thousand twelve. I gotta tell me this before. We start get my bearings a little bit. I get some bourbon. Who came up with the idea for a show. Well dave dave came up with it. I mean you know. The idea is basic idea. He did the show where he just was reading the story kind of just himself and he kind of a writing them all himself. Yeah and he was just going through it and kind of reading what he'd written you know kind of processing it in real time a little bit And then i think he just found that people like this is crazy and and then so he had this idea of kind of rotating hosts. I'd been you know it. Just kind of the timing worked out really well where I sat in for another show that he had and then he had this. And he's like. I want you to be the first guest on the show and i okay so we sit down and we talk about the bundy's that the you know the bundy's who are Cliven bundy bundy and and we talk about That was it a little more current. Yeah i was aware of it. I knew what. I was aware of the situation. He was bringing up stuff. That i know obviously but but it went well and i think that we he and i just saw a very positive reaction early and so then i did the second one and then he was just like yeah. This just kind of works you know. and so. and that's sort of what i mean like. He plotted that part of it. But then it was like you know he probably thought that. Like i know some shit and instead i'm going. What do you mean benjamin. Franklin was a president. And he's got. This is like a new low. And and that that that component of my love for improv my holes as far as history goes kinda just played at the idea that there's some gamesmanship to i don't know anything and so you just remain this crazy thing. I don't know anything. And i'll just enjoy it. You know like definitely better half of the gig. I mean if you're talking about talking about work put friday. We just recorded one today. And i was trying to like he said it again. You know like i. Because i do all the work and i tried to do this thing where i'm like dude. You don't know how hard it is to come. You know but it like it's a little effect after a while. You just got to be like. Yeah you know. Life's unfair well. I think i'll go pick them up food on the road. It'll be like spaghetti all right. That's good yeah that's good like i occasionally race cars for fun..

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:54 min | 10 months ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on KCRW

"Morning becomes eclectic starts at nine. Right here on KCRW. It's eight o'clock. Good morning, Two Cabinet secretaries quit after President Trump incited the attack on the capital. We question the Democrat who's urging the Cabinet to remove the president, as the Constitution allows. It's morning edition from NPR News. Senator Debbie stabbing now says it is unsafe to leave the president in office for his last 12 days on the wheel King and I'm Steve Inskeep. We also question Republicans, Senator Ben Sasse, who opposed Trump's drive to overturn the election. Also this hour. What happened to Jack Ma? The Chinese tech billionaire has not been seen since the speech questioning financial regulators. And why did an investor buy the rights to Neil Young songs? It's Friday, January 8th Betsy DeVos, the education secretary of just resigned is 63 years old. The news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbs. President Trump today tweeted. He will not attend President elect Joe Biden's inauguration this as he faces growing outrage over pro Trump extremists who stormed the capital building Wednesday. Meanwhile, Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris will not be sworn into office on the West Front of the U. S Capitol building on January 20th because the rioters overtook the platform where the ceremony was to have taken place. And 1/5 person has died after the violence of the capital capital. Police say one of their officers who was hurt in the attack, died from his injuries. Last night. NPR's Scott Newman reports. Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick died late Thursday after collapsing the previous day following what the force described as a physical engagement with protesters who stormed the houses of Congress. Dozens of other police officers were injured in the melee triggered by Trump supporters who sought to shut down the certification of President elect Joe Biden's election victory. Officer Sick Nick is the fifth person to die as a result of Wednesday's insurrection. Trump supporter. A woman in her thirties was also fatally shot after breaching the Capitol building, and three other people died as a result of medical emergencies resulting from the violence. Scott Neuman. NPR NEWS Washington Voting equipment Company Dominion is suing lawyer and conspiracy theorists. Susan Powell for $1.3 billion for defamation. Paul was at one time a Trump lawyer who alleged without evidence. Dominion was part of a plot instigated by Venezuelan other actors to swing the election. Militia leader Cliven Bundy is praising the violent mob that overtook the capital NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. The Nevada rancher is also signaling that President Trump played a key role in inciting the violence in a Facebook post. Cliven Bundy says, quote you can't clean the swamp by standing off at a distance and smelling it. He goes on to heap praise on President Trump, who he says pointed towards Congress and nodded his head and told his loyalists to go get the job done. Bundy is an icon of the extreme right. He's also a free man. The U. S government's case against him collapsed following the armed standoff he led against federal agents east of Las Vegas in 2014. His sons and other extremists from around. The US later staged an armed occupation of federal buildings in eastern Oregon and were later acquitted. Extremist group monitors say these illegal acts in the West in recent years helped embolden pro trump insurrectionists at the U. S. Capitol. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise Labor Department says employers cut 140,000 jobs in December. That's the first loss in eight months as the pandemic continues to surge around the country. The unemployment rate remained the same at 6.7%. Wall Street is trading higher at this hour, but the dollars pulled off earlier highs. It's up 16 points right now, the NASDAQ is up 103. You're listening to NPR news. It's 804. I'm Cherry Glaser with KCRW news. Pandemic relief will take center stage today when Governor Gavin Newsom rolls out his budget. Proposal for the coming year is KCRW's Benjamin Gottlieb Reports. At the top of Newsome's priorities is grant money for small businesses from restaurant owners to mom and pop retailers. Many small businesses have crumbled under the weight of the pandemic. That's something the governor says he's acutely aware of. And so he's proposing an additional $575 million in grant money and next year's budgets funds, he says. These enterprises need desperately We want to build. On that program that's just been launched in partnership with the Legislature. That's Newsome, speaking earlier this week, the contribution earmarked in the governor's budget would bring these so called small business Covad 19 relief grants to more than $1 billion Business owners could qualify for anywhere between 5 to $25,000 awards. The governor is also looking for money for a jobs initiative, three quarters of a billion dollars and its core. This program seeks to incentivize companies to hire new employees by reducing their tax burdens. Also on Newsome's wish list is more financial support for his ambitious zero emissions goal for cars and trucks slated for 2035. Another 1.5 billion would accelerate progress towards that goal. KCRW Benjamin Gottlieb. Local leaders met in South Los Angeles yesterday to talk to residents about the cove in 19 vaccines. Black and Brown. Californians are more distrustful of vaccines in comparison to most whites. That's in spite of the pandemics. Disproportionate impact on those communities. South l. A is the epicenter..

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:16 min | 10 months ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Trump incited the attack on the capital. We question the Democrat who's urging the Cabinet to remove the president, as the Constitution allows. It's morning edition from NPR News. Senator Debbie stabbing now says it is unsafe to leave the president in office for his last 12 days on the wheel King and I'm Steve Inskeep. We also question Republicans Senator Ben Sasse, who opposed Trump's drive to overturn the election. Also this hour. What happened to Jack Ma, The Chinese tech billionaire has not been seen since the speech questioning financial regulators. And why did an investor buy the rights to Neil Young songs? It's Friday, January. 8th Betsy DeVos, the education secretary of just resigned is 63 years old news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbs. President Trump today tweeted. He will not attend President elect Joe Biden's inauguration this as he faces growing outrage over pro trump extremists who stormed the capital building Wednesday. Meanwhile, Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris will not be sworn into office on the West Front of the U. S. Capitol building on January 20th. Because the rioters overtook the platform where the ceremony was to have taken place and the fifth person has died after the violence of the capital capital. Police say one of their officers who was hurt in the attack. From his injuries. Last night. NPR's Scott Newman reports. Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick died late Thursday after collapsing the previous day following what the force described as a physical engagement with protesters who stormed the houses of Congress. Dozens of other police officers were injured in the melee triggered by Trump supporters who sought to shut down the certification of President elect Joe Biden's election victory. Officer Sick Nick is the fifth person to die as a result of Wednesday's insurrection. Trump supporter. A woman in her thirties was also fatally shot after breaching the Capitol building, and three other people died as a result of medical emergencies resulting from the violence. Scott Neuman. NPR NEWS Washington Voting equipment Company Dominion is suing lawyer and conspiracy theorists. Susan Powell for $1.3 billion for defamation. Paul was at one time a Trump lawyer who alleged without evidence. Dominion was part of a plot instigated by Venezuelan other actors to swing the election. Militia leader Cliven Bundy is praising the violent mob that overtook the capital NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. The Nevada rancher is also signaling that President Trump played a key role in inciting the violence in a Facebook post. Cliven Bundy says, quote you can't clean the swamp by standing off at a distance and smelling it. He goes on the heap Praise on President Trump, who he says pointed towards Congress and nodded his head and told his loyalists to go get the job done. Bundy is an icon of the extreme right. He's also a free man. The U. S government's case against him collapsed following the armed standoff he led against federal agents east of Las Vegas in 2014. His sons and other extremists from around. The US later staged an armed occupation of federal buildings in eastern Oregon and were later acquitted. Extremist group monitors say these illegal acts in the West in recent years helped embolden pro trump insurrectionists at the U. S. Capitol. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise The Labor Department says employers cut 140,000 jobs in December. That's the first loss in eight months as the pandemic continues to surge around the country. The unemployment rate remained the same at 6.7%. Wall Street is trading higher at this hour, but the dollars pulled off earlier highs. It's up 16 points right now, the NASDAQ is up 103. You're listening to NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what Santa Clara County has fined Kaiser Permanente for not promptly reporting a cove. It 19 outbreak. It is infected at least 60 people at its San Jose Medical Center. The outbreak has led to a least one death. It is believed to be tied to a staff member wearing an inflatable tree in the facilities Emergency department on Christmas Day. Kaiser has been fined $43,000 Santa Clara County officials say they were unaware of the outbreak until the company released a press release on Sunday. Days after some of the positive test started appearing, Kaiser says it's reviewing the county's notice. The pandemic has plunged ridership on public transit across the region, Caltrain says it's also seeing a demographic shift in its passengers. Hey, cuties, Julie Chang explains. Hell, Trade ridership has dropped by 93% compared to last year. And in a survey of over 1100 writers from October to November, the transit agency found that they're seeing more passengers with lower income levels and before and more people of color, including Latinos and African Americans. Dan Lieberman is a spokesperson for Caltrain. You're interpreting me that we're taking on more essential workers. Just more people who need to be writing transit right now and depend on it is a system. Lieberman also says more people are writing outside traditional peak hours and on weekends, suggesting that many writers aren't working typical 9 to 5 jobs. Art and Golden Gate Transit say they've seen similar trends. I'm Julie Chang KQED news Coming up in 15 minutes, the fiscal and the fishy. It's Friday on KQED news. I'm Brian. What Support comes from Bridge Bank, a division of Western Omelet Alliance bank, offering flexible financial solutions to entrepreneurs and to the venture capital community support for NPR comes from Amazon studios. With the new film herself from director of the Iron Lady comes the story of a young mother, who, against all odds creates a home for her daughter's with the help of unexpected friends now on prime video. By the listeners of KQED. Hey, Joe McConnell's back Where we off to Go back to 5 80 cast a ballot. That's the worst jam because of the crash.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:43 min | 10 months ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"January, 6 minutes past the hour and Democrat Raphael Warnock winning one of George's to Senate run offs Wednesday, becoming the first black senator in his state's history and Putting the Senate majority within the Democrats reach war Noch, defeating Republican incumbent Kelly Leffler, who hitched her wagon to President Trump, who made one of his final trips in office to Georgia. To rally his base behind Leffler and David Perdue. Lefler has refused to concede. Meanwhile, state Republican leadership is pinning the Georgia BlueWave on President Trump. Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling. Well, I'll speak for outside of my role Working for the state is the personal opinion that will fall squarely. National was president Trump and his actions since November, 3rd. And why do you say that? Well, when you tell people your vote doesn't count has been stolen, and people start to believe that and then you go to the two senators and tell them to have to ask Secretary of State to resign and trigger a civil war in tight Republican Party we need your home is to unite. All of that stems from his decision making sense that the November 3rd election and you say that this all started with his calls the president's calls for the secretary of State Rapids Burger to resign and you believe that he single handedly divided the party. Yes. So we also talked about the fact that you spent a significant amount of time probably more than you would have ever imagined. Fact checking the president tell me what this process has been like for you. And just how much time you actually did spend fact checking the president and his wild conspiracy. Well, the big problem you have is people don't understand Elections. Elected officials understand Elections. Even people who are in elections for a long time. Don't know all the pieces and parts so it's easy to exploit people's ignorance on those fronts, and it did turn into a giant black camel. Airplay. Welcome all it's the same five or six wacka moles that are coming up and we had the same thing. I had knocked down State farm 4567 times the fact the Dominion machines didn't do those things over and over again. So it's continuing to come and we kept on knocking down and he just keeps on persisting and making these false claims. The focus now shifting to the second race between Purdue and Democrat Jon Ossoff's The candidates locked in a tight race too early to call a winner this week's runoff in Georgia, marking the formal finale to the 2020 election season, more than two months after the rest of the nation. Finished voting today. House Republicans and some Senate Republicans in Washington will protest the results of the presidential election of the objections won't change the outcome of the election, which has already been certified by states, but it will drag out the process. Which is being led by Senator Ted Cruz. When a senator and a house member object together and I intend to object to the state of Arizona, the states you will go through in alphabetical order. So Arizona is is early in the alphabet. That's the first of the contested states. I'm going to be objecting along with with Arizona House members that will trigger an automatic two hours of debate in each chamber, so we will retire to our separate chambers. Senators in the Senate Chamber of the House House members of the House Chambers have two hours of debate. I'm gonna do my best to lay out the case for why this is the right course of that. Why this is the right course of action. Senator Cruz, making those comments to Fox News, he says he plans to base his argument on a case from 18 77. Meanwhile, President Trump is denying reports that vice President Mike Pence has informed him that he cannot legally overturn the Senate results or the results of the election. Well, son of a rancher and state's rights advocate, Cliven Bundy has been arrested in Nevada after 41 year old Cliven Bundy was jailed on warrants including violating a domestic violence, restraining order and resisting a public officer. He appeared in court Tuesday. But Bail was not set. The Las Vegas Sun reporting Henderson police spokesperson confirming the arrest in 2015 Bundy, who go by goes by his middle name, Lance, uh, Was sentenced to prison for 24 2013 felony convictions at the time. He apologized for missing court dates, failing to keep in contact with probation officers and failing since February of 2013 toe. Complete a one year court run drug diversion program. And a Dr Dre says he'll be back home soon after the music mogul received medical treatment at a L. A hospital for reported brain aneurysm of the rapper and producer said in a social media post Tuesday night, is thankful for the well wishes. TMZ reporting You suffered an aneurysm Monday he was recovering at Cedars Sinai Medical, several musical artists athletes to paying tribute to the six time Grammy winner on Social media. Ice Cube, Snoop Dog, LeBron James, among others, offering prayers toward dres recovery, and it looks like the ladies love Cool..

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A man who was wanted by the FBI and a large number of federal agents surrounding the cabin for a fugitive named Randy Weaver is holed up with his family. In 1992 U. S marshals went to this very rural mountaintop in Idaho to arrest a guy named Randy Weaver. He was white separatist had been arrested on gun charges and yet appeared court and a shoot out ensued. That left both a U. S marshal and reverse 14 year old son. And an FBI sniper shot and killed Weaver's wife, and it just became this proof that the federal government was overreaching and was going to come for you and kill your family. So it was the proto bloodbath, but it wasn't the biggest bloodbath. To rally the cause. That would be Waco wake up a year later, under the blistering Texas son, investigators called the smoldering remains of the Branch Davidian compound. More than 80. People are believed to have died in yesterday's fiery conclusion to the 51 Day siege. 24 of them Children, Branch Davidians was a cult that stood accused of illegal weapons. So there was a shootout. Four federal agents died in six second members died. And then horribly, the FBI. Launch the tear gas attack toe tryto get them out of the compound. A fire breaks out and sleeps there. All the buildings kills 75 people minute of women and Children. Just a disastrous situation, and this became just a big rallying cry for the Patriots, and since then, thousands of paramilitary groups have sprung up in common cause. It's not a single movement. Really. It's a bunch of different movements. Some of them are fairly organized, and some of them are couple of guys out words type situation. They had different beliefs. Some were racist. Some were more concerned with gun rights somewhere more concerned with immigration. In recent decades. But they realised that racism, overt racism that was, but it's not going to take them into the mainstream. And if there's one thing that these folks want its toe broaden their appeal, they decided to stop using as much racial language and Start focusing on two issues that were more popular. One being That the federal government was overreaching and the other that the federal government was looking to take away their guns, and they decided that the most positive man that they could give themselves up Patriots, So that's what they call themselves. Let's briefly discuss Bundy. That's the subject of your scholarship. This was a Western rancher who was in an ongoing dispute with the Bureau of Land Management about the grazing of his cattle encroaching on federal lands. Federal government finally after trying to stop him in court. Decided to take more decisive action. Yes, they sent some cowboys out on this federal land this land that climate bunny did not own. This is 2014. They knew that the Bundy family might fight back. So they had more than 100 agents of different federal agencies involved to protect them. And Cliven Bundy, who was not a militia member. Put out a call. It'll warm saying they're coming from a cow. They're arresting my kids because I was happening as well and what had happened. By this time it was different than Waco and Ruby Ridge. Was that now we had social media networks, So this whole arms went out and it just went crazy. Thousands traveled from all over the country to fight that demonstrators have rallied to support Bundy, leading to an altercation with law enforcement officials on Wednesday when one of Bundy's sons was taste after kicking a police dog,.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Come up with a plan to extend their benefits. It's morning edition from NPR News. People use that extra unemployment money to buy things. They need money that went back into the economy and propped it up. I'm David Greene and I'm Rachel Martin. So what happens to US economic growth? When that money is gone, some schools opened across the country This week. We check in on Georgia, where it didn't take long to start seeing positive Corona virus cases and the unlikely story of the 37 year old woman trying to unseat the president of Belarus After 26 years in power, it's Friday, August 7th actress Charlize Theron turns 45 years old. Theme news is next. Line from NPR News on Corvin, Coleman. Democrats and Republicans are still struggling to reach a deal on a new package of pandemic relief. NPR's Claudia Gonzales reports. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says both sides remain far apart. The reason our negotiations with the White House have been so arduous is they just don't see Needs out there and they don't want to do anything about them. They want to get away with his little is possible. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says members need to work faster toward a deal, but we have to move quickly. More quickly because the light at that end of the tunnel, maybe the freight train of the virus coming at us If we do not act to contain it, Republicans say the bill needs to give businesses new legal protections. Claudia De Santis NPR NEWS Washington President, Trump has signed executive orders effectively banning the Chinese owned social media APS, TIC TAC, and we chat. They could be yanked from Apple and Google Zap stores in 45 days. The Trump Administration alleges. TIC TAC shares Americans personal information with the Chinese government. Tic Tac denies this Tic TAC helps fund NPR content that appears on that social media platform. A federal appeals court in San Francisco is rejecting the Justice Department's attempts to get a retrial in their case against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. The rancher and his militia were accused of leading an armed standoff against federal agents in 2014. This latest decision comes more than two years after the government's case against Bundy. His sons in the Montana militia man collapsed in a mistrial and they walked out of the federal courthouse in Las Vegas free last May. Prosecutors try to Hail Mary attempt to get a new trial, but the ninth Circuit panel's sided with the low record, which had admonished the government for failing to turn over key evidence. And barred any new indictments from being filed. This latest win for Bundy is not unexpected. Legal observers have long accused the government of bungling its case against the rancher who's refused to recognise federal control of US public grazing lands and still owes at least a $1,000,000 in unpaid federal grazing lease fees. Kirk Siegler. NPR news officials in India say that country has now recorded two million cases of the Corona virus. India is the third worst affected country in the world behind Brazil and the United States. NPR's Lauren Frayer has more India logged more than 62,000 new infections on Friday. That's a daily record for India had been adding around 50,000 new cases daily. The virus has spread from India's mega cities to smaller towns in rural areas where healthcare is scant, experts say it's months away from Peking. NPR's Lauren Frayer reporting. This is NPR news. The Labor Department will release its latest monthly unemployment report later this morning. Forecasters expect to see a modest dip in the unemployment rate from a little more than 11% to about 10.5%. Although that would be an improvement, the rate would still be higher than in any previous Postwar recession. National Voter Registration group is apologizing for a mistake. Half a 1,000,000 voters got registration applications with incorrect information been paving of member station BPM in Richmond reports. A center for voter information recently sent a packet that included a voter registration form and a return envelope. But those envelopes for around 500,000 Virginia voters listed the wrong registrar's office. That means voters in Richmond City who returned their applications would send their information to registrar's in Richmond County, around 50 miles away. The centre for Voter Information, blamed a programming air for the mistake and promised to work with registrars to redirect male and pay any extra expenses. The organization was started by a Democratic strategist but bills itself as nonpartisan for NPR News. I've been paved in Richmond, Ohio, Governor Mike DeWine now says he has taken a more sensitive test for the Corona virus, and that test was negative. On Thursday, he took an earlier test and it was positive for the virus. This was ahead of a visit by President Trump. Wine, says he has no symptoms. The Ohio governor plans to take 1/3 Corona virus test tomorrow in order to confirm the.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Won't answer the question what a coward well she was a coward again yesterday not just racist in my opinion but also a coward this was yesterday at the town council city council meeting she was confronted by a man by the name of Dan role and as you know in these meetings I believe if you're a member of the public a citizen you get two minutes I want you to have to listen to this man Gambrell who just absolutely destroyed or have a listen to this yes my name is Daniel and I'm here today in twenty twenty we need great we need good news and I was not expecting the excellent news that Michelle fury was stepping down as mayor pro tem in the city of Las Vegas welcome good news but this is not the first time let's not forget that in twenty fifteen Michelle fury call her black assemblyman colleague a colored person and they told us all to get over matters of race in color because we had a black president Michelle if you only want to associate with Cliven Bundy alleged domestic terrorist and let's not forget that Cliven Bundy said that black people were better off as slaves because at least they knew how to pick cotton and you madam mayor chose that woman to be your mayor pro tem this is the same woman whose business was shut down by the statement about it and told us that cancer was a fungus that could be cleared with baking soda it is not ironic to me that Michelle fury wraps herself in the thin blue line claims to be pro law enforcement but conveniently forgets the fact that she was expelled and condemned by law enforcement a twenty sixteen percent sorry that now now now you yeah that is just classic moments later Fiori walks out of the meeting have a listen to this she's.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"CNN dot com right wing media says armed antifa militants have seized part of Seattle but local authorities say otherwise it goes on to say that the governor of Washington Jay Inslee said the they are permitted but they are largely peaceful they said hundreds are gathering this is this according to The New York Times and of the Seattle mayor hundreds have gathered to hear speeches poetry and music on Thursday night dozens of people sat in the middle of an intersection to watch thirteenth a film about the criminal justice system's impact on African Americans on Wednesday children made chalk drawings in the middle of the street but the scene is been portrayed dramatically differently on right wing media yeah I'm missing the chalk drawings hi although I don't think that will change my point of view of what's happening there but maybe that's just me even react even if it was completely peaceful you can't just March in and take over six square blocks of a year of a US city I I'm sorry it's still not okay the reports are that they're actually making residents check in when they come into the area and the business owners have to pay to get to their business in the area and there are people policing the area not police but those acting as such with a K. forty sevens I think what I'm remember how wonderful it was to the mainstream media when Cliven Bundy's group took over the wildlife refuge all they love that that was great that was another mostly peaceful event if I remember correctly that they were completely fine with it in the middle of nowhere as opposed to right it's in a little over a major American city incredible yeah it's so I mean it's incomprehensible I want to play this audio for you of of where the media was just two months ago to where they are now listen to this in a far more serious scene watch these images.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Know so much about you know how this company is good let me let me give you the headline here Pat and until you get your gut reaction this is from C. N. N. dot com right wing media says armed antifa militants have seized part of Seattle but local authorities say otherwise it goes on to say that the governor of Washington Jay Inslee said that they are on permitted but they are largely peaceful they said hundreds are gathering this is this according to The New York Times and of the Seattle mayor hundreds have gathered to hear speeches poetry and music on Thursday night dozens of people sat in the middle of an intersection to watch thirteenth a film about the criminal justice system's impact on African Americans on Wednesday children may chalk drawings in the middle of the street but the scene is been portrayed dramatically differently on right wing media EM I'm missing the chalk drawings hi although I don't think that will change my point of view of what's happening there but maybe that's just me even react even if it was completely peaceful you can't just March in and take over six square blocks W. W. S. city I I'm sorry it's still not okay the reports are that they're actually making residents check in when they come into the area and the business owners have to pay to get to the business in the area and there are people policing the area not police but those acting as such with a K. forty sevens I think what I'm remember how wonderful it was to the mainstream media when Cliven Bundy's group took over the wildlife refuge all they love that that was great that was another mostly peaceful event if I remember correctly that they were completely fine with yeah in the middle of nowhere as opposed to right in the middle of a can city incredible yeah it's so I mean it's incomprehensible I want to play this audio for you of of where the media was just two months ago to where they are now listen to this for more seriously watch.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on WTVN

"CNN dot com right wing media says armed antifa militants have seized part of Seattle but local authorities say otherwise he goes on to say that the governor of Washington Jay Inslee said that they are on permitted but they are largely peaceful they said hundreds are gathering this is this according to The New York Times and of the Seattle mayor hundreds have gathered to hear speeches poetry and music on Thursday night dozens of people sat in the middle of an intersection to watch thirteenth a film about the criminal justice system's impact on African Americans on Wednesday children made chalk drawings in the middle of the street but the scene is been portrayed dramatically differently on right wing media yeah I'm missing the chalk drawings hi although I don't think that will change my point of view of what's happening there but maybe that's just me even react even if it was completely peaceful you can't just March in and take over six square blocks W. W. S. city I I'm sorry it's still not okay the reports are they're actually making residents checked in when they come into the area and the business owners have to pay to get to their business in the area and there are people policing the area not police but those acting as such with a K. forty sevens I think what I'm remember how wonderful it was to the mainstream media when Cliven Bundy's group took over the wildlife refuge all they love that that was great that was another mostly peaceful event if I remember correctly that they were completely fine with yeah exactly in the middle of nowhere as opposed to right it's in a little over a major American city incredible yeah it's so I mean it's incomprehensible I want to play this audio for you of of where the media was just two months ago to where they are now listen to this and a far more serious scene watch these images are really just an ugly a dangerous scene in the Michigan Michigan as we look at this extreme groups of people extreme those pictures in those clashes.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on KCRW

"In Washington the pandemic continues to gouge out giant chunks of the job market today we got the latest numbers and learned nearly forty one million people have filed for unemployment since the coronavirus forced an economic shutdown more than two million last week alone in Nevada the jobs crisis hit early and dug in deep unemployment there has soared to more than twenty eight percent highest in the nation highest for any state ever since they started keeping data on this David Schmidt is chief economist for the Nevada department of employment training and rehabilitation he's on the line with us now from Nevada's capital Carson city David Schmidt welcome thank you so it's hard to wrap your brain around more than a quarter of your state's work force being out of work I'm wondering what kind of jobs or these Nevada Bennett's casinos of course are known for being big tourist destinations are a lot of these job losses in that sector that's definitely the case we've seen forty one percent nearly of the jobs in our accommodation and food service industry decline from last year to this year that's been the hardest hit sector in our state that's hotels that's restaurants that's the casinos that see them all of the travel industry serving them all of them basically everything except the arts entertainment recreation industry which is a smaller subset that's related but it accommodation and food service including the casino hotels has been the hardest hit sector although I was interested when I was actually looking over the data just now it's not just Vegas and Reno that are hit hard I was looking at the data for community called firmly in northwest Nevada about fifty seven thousand people in total and twenty percent unemployment there I mean this sounds as though it's hitting the state hard all around is that right certainly we had nearly ten percent on and women in all of our metropolitan and micropolitan areas are firmly is nearby to Reno and at has definitely not been spared our lowest unemployment is nine point six percent in one of my co which is an on north central without are there specific challenges to getting help to more rural parts of the state not necessarily challenges getting help out there really they've been spared the worst of the SL Las Vegas is the hardest hit area where is the the mining industry wasn't as affected by the closure of nonessential businesses and so we've seen less of an impact out in our rural areas where where mining is a much bigger piece of the economy than I think many people realize well at your agency but handles all of these unemployment claims pouring and what's what has been your biggest challenge in this crisis definitely the volume we saw a surge in unemployment claims unlike anything that anyone could have ever expected we have been averaging approximately ten thousand new initial claims every month heading into this and in the first week of the pandemic we had over ninety thousand claims she saw nine months worth of activity in a single week and then we had eight months worth of activity in the week after that seven months a week after that the sheer volume I think it's something but is is really hard to capture well let's look ahead at St homeowners in Nevada are being lifted slowly I was looking and it looks like that many casinos in the Las Vegas area say they will re open on June fourth which is the earliest day they could do so how hopeful are you about the impact on the state's unemployment numbers I tend to lean optimistic thirty percent unemployment is comparable to what we saw on the Great Depression you know that that's a scary sort of thing to say but I think it's also important to recognize within the Great Depression we didn't have the programs that we have today like social security like unemployment insurance like snap in town often Medicaid to help support people on because we have those programs in place to help keep people engaged with the labor market help keep people provided with the things they need for daily living I think you can see a much quicker recovery thing you saw in the Great Depression were lasted for decades David Schmidt thank you thank you very much he's the chief economist for Nevada's department of employment training and rehabilitation Cliven Bundy's case will be considered for re trial tomorrow in a federal appeals court the government's case against a Nevada rancher and some of his militia followers collapsed after a mistrial in twenty seventeen Bundy and his men were accused of leading an armed standoff with federal agents over control of U. S. public lands in twenty fourteen NPR's Kirk Siegler reports it's been more than two years now since Cliven Bundy left the federal courthouse in Las Vegas a free man we're not done with this the federal government comes after us again we will definitely tell him the truth and the department of justice is coming again against the now seventy four year old Bundy his sons and another militiaman this after being widely criticized for bundling their initial case and after failing to get convictions in a separate though related armed standoff in Oregon in twenty sixteen Larry Klayman is Cliven Bundy's attorney what's really ironic and frankly I think it's disgusting is that the trump justice department the one that allow the U. S. attorney in the product to take the appeal after all the president himself recently pardon to Oregon ranchers whose fight against federal land managers helped inspire the Bundys and their battles over alleged federal overreach the US attorney's office in Nevada declined an interview request but court filings indicate that prosecutors will argue that their missteps in the twenty seventeen trial were inadvertent and in particular they say they were trying to balance disclosing bureau of land management surveillance footage with protecting witnesses against violence Bundy attorney claim in a conservative activist and once fixture in the so called birther movement says the government is being hypocritical he says the justice department dropped its investigation against Michael Flynn but not the Bundys if you're one of the Washington elite and establishment in the nation's capital you get special treatment if you're Cliven Bundy and his sons and the peaceful protesters basically you don't most of the federal agents who were there for the standoff back in twenty fourteen say was anything but peaceful protest photo showed militia training their rifles on the armed BLM officers who would come to round up Cliven Bundy's calles the rancher has refused to recognize the federal government's ownership of public land and consequently hasn't been paying grazing fees since the nineteen nineties Pat Shea headed the BLM during the Clinton administration he says if the government fails again to bust the Bundys the family will inspire more anarchy on public lands it's like the cold it nineteen virus they mutate as to their belief system so much that you can never tell what they're going to advocate and they are a danger to themselves and the danger to everyone else they come in contact with indeed the covert nineteen pandemic has brought new life to the Bundys and their movement which had been seen is starting to fade today Cliven son Ammon and the family supporters are leading protests across the west against lockdown restrictions one to re open business in Washington state was recently streamed on Facebook by activist Kelly Stewart hello guys this is the American way open rebellion to tyrannical we're not slaves rebellious fight against tyranny or justice against a family that has defied the law for decades a federal appeals court in San Francisco takes up the case to be assume tomorrow Kirk Siegler NPR news this is All Things Considered from NPR news the race for control of the Senate is getting increasingly competitive one place of concern for Republicans is Kansas while the GOP primary is not until August of there is a June first filing deadline and for the first time in a long time party leaders aren't sure the field includes someone who can win come November Jim McLean of the Kansas news service reports Republicans have had an absolute lock on both of Kansas is Senate seats since the Great Depression but their decades long winning streak could be in jeopardy this year Pat Roberts the eighty three year old incumbent isn't running neither it appears is Mike Pompeo despite recent abuses of power allegations leveled against him many GOP leaders believe the U. S. secretary of state and former Kansas congressman would be their strongest candidate in a recent fox news interview Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell talked about his ongoing efforts to recruit Pompey out you can say I what I've done so far are you still.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on KCRW

"W. five five twenty nine here at KCRW ahead on All Things Considered the government's case against a Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy will be considered for re trial tomorrow in a federal appeals court the initial case against Bundy collapse in twenty eighteen a body you may remember is an American cattle rancher who was charged and underwent pre trial detention for his alleged role in an armed standoff later Republicans have held both campuses Senate seats since the Great Depression but this year they are worried they could lose them they're gonna hear why and state and local news coming up at five thirty two white two counties in California have adjusted their re opening plants live from NPR news in Culver city California I'm too ugly so I can't tell at the White House today press secretary Kelly Macken man he said the FBI and the department of justice are well into an investigation of what she described as the sad and tragic death of George Floyd the Minnesota man who died while in police custody on Memorial Day makanan also addressed voter fraud and attempted to clarify the president's claim on this the president is okay with mail in voting so long as you have a reason he's not okay with mass mail in voting where you auto stand as I said to all of these voter rolls with people who are data that are subject to fraud meanwhile the Tampa Bay times newspaper newspaper reported that makanan it sent in at least eleven mail in ballots over a decade her response I am entitled to that the vice president's chief of staff is under scrutiny after an NPR story about his stock holdings after he took the position last year Marc short and knowledge that he had some possible conflicts of interest but he never divested NPR's Tim mak has more on calls for investigations into his personal financial interests vice president pence's chief of staff holds up to one point six four million dollars in stocks for companies doing work related to the federal government's pandemic response companies like three M. Abbott labs Procter and gamble which produce PP tests and health care supplies these holdings could run afoul of conflict of interest laws democratic congressman Gerry Connolly who chairs the subcommittee on government oversight says the issue should be investigated the watchdog group citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington says it's drafting a conflict of interest complaint to the FBI a spokesperson for the vice president said Marc short has always acted appropriately this is NPR news and this is Casey R. W. news on a Thursday may twenty eighth on Larry Parral here's what's happening at five thirty two more than one hundred CVS pharmacies in California are now offering corona virus testing even for people without health insurance that is the wrong one that we wanted to read here at least two California counties are adjusting their plans to re open after seeing an increase in code nineteen cases here's Caprio semi Kayla on may eleventh Lassen county became one of the first to allow dine in restaurants and in store shopping at the time the county had no positive cases but this week local health officials announced they'll have to retract those plans after at least five cases were confirmed since Friday forty eight counties have been permitted to expand business openings Lassen is the first to back out meanwhile cinema county allowed sit down meals at restaurants breweries and wineries over Memorial Day weekend now their health officers say they're putting a pause on re opening because they've seen cases double in the past two weeks they will not move on to the next phase of re opening which includes hair salons and places of worship that is Caprio semicolon reporting and more than one hundred CVS pharmacies in California now offering corona virus testing even for people without health insurance more on this story now from KQED science reporter Leslie the clerk the CVS locations span from napa to San Diego although a doctor's note is it needed for the test an online appointment ahead of time is that possible starting this Friday people will receive a self swap kit at a drive thru window or in the CVS parking lot and then a trained pharmacist will watch them swan themselves to ensure a proper specimen is collected an independent lab will release the results about three days later Walgreens has also started testing for the coronavirus in some states but it's not yet of well in California governor Gavin Newsom says pharmacies are key to increasing the state's testing capacity and another another forty plus coronavirus deaths were reported in LA county today the new fatalities lifted the county's death toll to two thousand two hundred forty one county health officials also announced another nearly eleven hundred confirmed cases bringing the total cases now to more than forty nine thousand the more than one billion dollars LA county metropolitan transit authority is expected to receive an initial federal pandemic related relief funding will not be enough to cover all of its losses board members said today they are anticipating a loss of more than one point eight billion dollars between this fiscal year and next they say that will affect each of its departments due to low ridership and sales taxes MG's board voted to adopt a continuing resolution to its budget and accept the federal funding through the county they say the full financial outlook for the agency not expected to be finalized until September or October when they expect ridership numbers to return.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The Washington elite establishment in the nation's capital to get special treatment if you're Cliven Bundy and his sons and the peaceful protesters basically you don't and what the jobs crisis looks like in the bottom where they've got the highest unemployment of any state three nine months worth of activity in a single week and then we had eight months worth of activity in the weeks after that seven months a week after that now the news live from NPR news I'm Jack Speer president Donald Trump today signed an executive order that would remove a liability shield that has been enjoyed by social media companies house speaker Nancy Pelosi is weighing in on an on going feud between president trump and Twitter impairs Claudia Gonzalez reports Pelosi made the remarks ahead of the presidential order today pelo see called trump's backlash against Twitter for fact checking two of his tweets quote outrageous she also noted that Twitter has failed to take down trump tweets spreading misinformation there no honor among thieves such really kind of what it comes down to they've they've all exploited the truce some have made money off of it and some of the major political capital off of the misrepresentations hello she said trump and Twitter still appear to be in cahoots together cloudy the Seles NPR news Washington the city of Minneapolis is bracing for the possibility of more violence today a day after riding over the death of a handcuffed black man in police custody but one neighborhood in shambles demonstrators burned buildings looted stores and spray painted graffiti demanding justice for George Floyd well the officers involved have been fired NPR's Adrian Florido says so far no charges have been filed none of the officers have been arrested or charged there are multiple investigations going on at the same time the FBI and the justice department have announced federal investigations into the officer's conduct in this incident to determine whether they violated federal law and the Hennepin county district attorney is also conducting investigation but has not yet filed charges despite the growing a crime P. R.'s Adrian Florido Minnesota's governor today announced the activation of the National Guard in effort to prevent further violence the vice president's chief of staff is under scrutiny after NPR story about his stock holdings after he took the position last year mark shorting knowledge he had some possible conflicts of interest but never divestiture NPR's Tim mak as more and calls for an investigation into his finances vice president pence's chief of staff holds up to one point six four million dollars in stocks for companies doing work related to the federal government's pandemic response companies like three M. Abbott labs Procter and gamble which produce PP tests and health care supplies these holdings could run afoul of conflict of interest laws democratic congressman Gerry Connolly who chairs the subcommittee on government oversight says the issue should be investigated the watchdog group citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington says it's drafting a conflict of interest complaint to the FBI a spokesperson for the vice president said Marc short has always acted appropriately to mac NPR news Washington on Wall Street today stocks lost ground the Dow was down a hundred and forty seven points to twenty five thousand four hundred the nasdaq closed down forty three points the S. and P. five hundred lost six points today you're listening to NPR not withstanding heightened tensions between the U. S. and China over the corona virus pandemic Senate finance committee chairman Charles Grassley says he does not expect president trump to walk away from a phase one trade deal Grassley a strong backer of the trade deal signed in January telling reporters he feels reassured trouble stick to the deal despite a stepped up criticism of China's handling of the crime virus outbreak another point of contention Beijing's efforts to impose its will on Hong Kong the Boston Marathon which has had been postponed to September because of the crowded bars has now been officially called off Esteban who steals from member station WGBH in Boston has the story the Boston Marathon has never been canceled and the one hundred and twenty four year history of the race that streak ended today when Boston mayor Marty Walsh said the marathon is not feasible this year due to public health concerns there's no way to catch a hold this the usual race format without bringing large numbers of people into close proximity or virtual alternative will be offered and the Boston athletic association which organizes the marathon will offer refunds of entry fees to those who registered for the race when it was originally scheduled for April for NPR news I'm is that almost feels in Boston drugstore.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I wanted to know what happened with the FBI but first that meant convincing him that we weren't FBI agents perforated top black yeah I'm of the US we A. was surprised about the report that you just switch on the market what I'm saying because in Q. blurs world everyone's a potential threat you can't be too careful he's been burned once already ask him why he's even telling his story that's what I was told I would I've been on board town for years I came here because they wanted to hear Keebler's side of the bombing and understand how and why things became violent but just a few minutes into the interview what I'm really wondering is how does the FBI decide to focus on this guy is this old man in poor health really the most dangerous person in the patriot movement if you skip over the special forces training the computer hacking and martial arts inventing the verifiable part of bill people our story starts in twenty fourteen we spent about two weeks and Bunker Hill Nevada and Cliven Bundy's ranch the family and some malicious were facing off with the bureau of land management because the Bundys hadn't paid their grazing fees and the bill and had come to collect their cattle the fact the Keebler was there was later used by government prosecutors in court as evidence of his extremism back then people are says he was a member of the oath keepers a malicious so seated with the patriot movement by his account that bunny ranch he was a bodyguard for the family he claims he's the guy who kept things from descending into violence but not actually stop a lot of people from a large then play after passed out some people didn't want to shoot people I want to rehash bunny ranch but the long and.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"World championships I wanted to know what happened with the FBI but first that meant convincing him that we weren't FBI agents for free to talk to people like John I'm a be honestly a was surprised about the report that Jay just what shocked me more after what I've seen because in Q. blurs world everyone's a potential threat you can't be too careful he's been burned once already ask him why he's even telling his story that's what I was gonna die with I've been on borrowed time for years I came here because they wanted to hear Keebler's side of the bombing and understand how and why things became violent but just a few minutes into the interview what I'm really wondering is how does the FBI decide to focus on this guy is this old man in poor health really the most dangerous person in the patriot movement if you skip over the special forces training the computer hacking and martial arts inventing the verifiable part of bill people our story starts in twenty fourteen we spent about two weeks and Bunker Hill Nevada and Cliven Bundy's ranch the family and some malicious were facing off with the bureau of land management because the bunnies hadn't paid their grazing fees and the bill and had come to collect their cattle the fact the Keebler was there was later used by government prosecutors in court as evidence of his extremism back then people are says he was a member of the oath keepers a malicious so seated with the patriot movement by his account at bunny ranch he was a bodyguard for the family he claims he's the guy who kept things from descending into violence play not actually stop a lot of people from a lot of them play after passed out some people didn't want to shoot people I want to rehash bunny ranch but the long and.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Dr Coursey to falsely testify against a sitting president of the United States. Did I did I get that wrong? Yes. That's what Dr Coursey allegis. And that's why he would not be part of it. Now, the flip side of that is that he's available to testify when needed, but he's going to tell the truth. He doesn't need any plea agreement right to to have him, you know, seek in in one manner, shape or form Justice. And this is the difference between Dr core seen Roger Stanton is that Roger's been indicted or line and withholding information about what documents he possessed, and what was in those documents, and he had an opportunity to Mandy didn't. Apparently, he got indicted for that and threatening another material witnesses person to in that indictment. Randy credit co with witness tampering. But Dr course, he did it in a different way. Okay. And it seems to be bearing fruit. We don't. Wish Roger any harm. But on the other hand, you know, he's in serious trouble right now. Larry, you mentioned acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker. He was the acting attorney general again, tell me if I'm wrong when a member or members of the Mueller team try to get Dr Coursey to falsely testify against the president United States. Correct. Correct. Okay. So if I'm the acting AG. And Dave Jan defines out that because as acting AT Mueller is under my thumb, correct? Correct. Okay. If Dave is acting AG, and I imagine if Larry claimants acting AG. Why why did we not hear of or be made aware of Matthew Whitaker? The acting H E coming down on Mueller and his team first sensually a criminal act. Well, that's that's a great question. And that's something that I've written about a lot. You know? I was proud when I became a Justice department prosecutor and defense lawyer trial lawyer, but it has degenerated into the department of injustice. I know you agree, Dr Janet. Nobody's in charge. Everybody's putting their head in the sand. It was true hundred Jeff Sessions. He was of course, under investigation himself by Muller, which helps explain his not having done anything. And and wait occur was completely neutralized in Washington sense Justice. He was being appointed acting attorney general, you know, the Democrats went after him to put his head in the sand and who still running the Justice department very corrupt rod Rosenstein, who is a democrat in a skirt. He was the US attorney for the district of Maryland under Obama we've now seen how corrupt he is. And he's actually behind you know, that raid on Roger stone's house in Fort Lauderdale just a few days ago. Whatever Roger did that was certainly uncalled for to do something like that. And the Justice department has spun out of control they don't address anything and just a few days ago. We got noticed that they're continuing with the appeal of cliven Bundy dismissal of his indictment after the judge. They're and Obama appointed judge Gloria Navarro was highly corrupt who was recommended by Harry Reid who the Las Vegas review journal. He called a friend of the prosecutors, and it was criticized violating constitutional rights before she had to dismiss the case to save her own skin because there was so much prosecutorial abuse. Started to stick on her. She had left the prosecutors do these things make a long story short. The Trump Justice department takes an appeal cliven if we don't win it the ninth circuit. And I hope people will support us. They can go to cliven Bundy defence fund dot ORG and contribute to his defense. When if we don't win he'll be back in trial. He could do life imprisonment. So and this I don't blame President Trump for. This guy's got so many problems, right? But he can't keep track of what's going on at the Justice department. Now, he's taking the advice is drinking the Kool aid Dr. Of the Republican establishment who now put up.

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"cliven bundy" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"cliven bundy" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"But God, they're like all rich and shit. Like, do you have like body should have a pen house downtown? Fuck palace says it's a different way of life than what we're used to this. This is closer to fuck in Ayman Bundy than it is to I don't know, though, the Rockefellers even Bundy home, I got a dare you to shoot me woops. Cliven Bundy cliven Bundy Ayman bunny with who's who's oh, lavar Finnigan was the guy who cynic them like fucking keep thinking watch lavar finnick YouTube videos that he made. Suit their next level. They're out there. Yeah. If he was still alive. There would be a lot more trouble. If he was still alive. I would I would have him as a fucking like an outside correspondent for for overnight drive. And checking the weather is lavar finicky, and he was gonna be in the middle of a sentence about land management and just let it go for twenty minutes. He always say like a cold rain coming and that cold rain has a Mexican accent. Oh. All right. Okay. The lead mutant mutes. Yep. Time to die time. Today time to should I put the call call in number out. Yes. Oh, please. Yes. Then I'm gonna I mean people call it's cool if not that's cool too. You know, what we'll have because we were talking about this briefly before we started. We'll we'll we'll we'll give you a new task every now, and then I wanna say every week because we're serious with our shit. But I know how those things tend to go so. Yeah. Number five, eight high dorm, H I dorm. The only number those really good. Okay. I call a number. Explain what explaining I'm posting it up. I see. Okay, perfect. So yes. So this week call into five one eight high dorm and explain the plot to the movie the bird boxes at the bird box. Burbach heard box. I haven't seen it have you seen this? No, I'm told it's good. But I cannot possibly imagine me having the time to sit down and watch this through come me m-. It's become a viral Meam. Andrew cares. The lowest form of communication. I can't if people like thing, I just can't do it. Can't do it. It's not gonna happen. Can't do. Yes. So that was the those the RIP's for now I've instead of just playing captain Neil song. I'd play that extremely awkward moment. And that's kind of his legacy. This was an eighty four when he was trying to Daryl dragon was trying to branch out on his own and not where the captain's hat, but he nervously put the captain's hat back on because he's carrying it with them. Apparently, really good. We started. So we're we're still. Yeah. But while end of YouTube open, I wanna give everybody in this one. We on trying to every week. I mean, everybody instead of a moment of zen to give you a moment of Tate. Jeff, Tom, ready one of our favorites? And this is basically. Bush. This is Ron. Played here two years ago. I think it may be different crowd. You guys suck. I know it someday you gotta go to work tomorrow. Yes. Walk in the door right now. And this is all there is this is all there is. Tweens jobber tour is all. In a muddy field and Oklahoma. Wow. Cruiser jobs that was this. I was actually one of the last shows he played with the regional rock that right? Okay. And actually gotten a big blow up backstage afterward because he said that the crowds act, and I don't know why you'd ever kick Jeff out of your band, but he must have. A few reasons come on. He's the best. And then he got back together. God I wish we wouldn't saw him. Why are we so lazy? He didn't respond to our request for an interview. So mad at him. Fight right him Kim. No, no. As your moment of Tate. I'm gonna try and bring to every week. We have a few new segments. No, enter our two.

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Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home

Lars Larson

01:20 min | 3 years ago

Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home

"The dave ramsey show weekdays at noon on the talk of connecticut w drc this is fox on justice in two thousand fifteen father son pair of oregon ranchers were each sentenced to five years in prison hope to see in five years dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted of deliberately setting fires in an oregon wildlife refuge allegedly to cover up evidence of poaching seems like a bit of an overkill the case sparked weeks of angry and violent protests i think it was all actually ingest from from start to finish supporters of cliven bundy sovereign citizens movement clashed with locals it's sort of frightening when there's people making threats and people touting on afraid but now president trump has pardoned dwight and stephen hammond the whitehouse calling the prison sentences unjust wildlife activists that the pardon sends a bad message but oregon republican congressman greg walden calls it a win for justice with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news fox onset this week apple's app store turns ten years old launched on july tenth two thousand eight with just five hundred apps available it grew to fifty thousand after just a year and ten years.

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US probes 4 deaths in Hyundai-Kia cars when air bags failed

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:02 min | 3 years ago

US probes 4 deaths in Hyundai-Kia cars when air bags failed

"New england wbz news time is ten nineteen we have thirty one degrees mostly sunny skies in boston good morning i'm art cohen wbz news or cough stories now officials at florida international university say they met with contractors and the department of transportation after an engineer alerted them to cracks in the pedestrian bridge that collapsed thursday killing six people the deadly collapse of the pedestrian bridge in florida cast a spotlight on accelerated bridge construction the rapid construction technique widely used around the us air bags in some hyundai and kia cars fail to inflate in crashes and four people died now the us government's road safety agency wants to know why the agency says the probe covers twenty eleven hyundai sonata is and twenty twelve and twenty thirteen kia forte's waymo the self driving car developed by google has started shuttling people around phoenix arizona the pilot program is the first time passengers truly gone driverless new hampshire state legislators reject efforts to pursue a presidential pardon for a man in prison for his role in organizing armed backers of nevada rancher cliven bundy after a twenty fourteen standoff the new hampshire house on thursday voted down the resolution for gerald jerry d'alema's he received seven years in prison in two thousand seventeen for ties to the confrontation that became a rallying cry for those who want vast stretches of federal land in the us west put under local control charges against bundy and others were dismissed in january drag style rupaul is awarded a start on the hollywood star excuse me on the hollywood walk of fame the two time emmy award winning host of rupaul drag race said the honor was a lifelong dream come true i love all of you and i wish for each and every person within the sound my voice that your dreams can come true as mine have.

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