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Fresh update on "colbert" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

03:16 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "colbert" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"That this committee is doing. Is that a stand up set? Where is he doing that? There's a Colbert. Chuckles. That's going to say. You should hear his walking. He's fantastic. Can I just say, as I was saying, largely the only thing Trump is denied is the Secret Service in the car story, which I just, this one, you know, is going to bother him more than anything. A former secret cervix agent claims that Trump is too fat to have reached the steering wheel. How could he do it from the back of an SUV? He could. No, no, he has no court. He'd have to exert him. You know how much Adderall he'd have to smoke to be able to lean forward three feet? And by the way, the space between those seats, he can't jam. He'd be so free. You know baby trying with his belly to be like, be like this. Try to be real. Come to me wheel, wheel. Help to my ads. It's like a T. Rex. Steering wheel. Exactly. It's T rock. It was like what he tried. T. Rex would try. He couldn't do it. That's what he's like when the check comes to. It's a simple question. A contractor needs to be paid. I can't. My little hands can't. Oh, get wallet. Yeah, his little hands couldn't get that his neck or the steering wheel. Yeah, here's him trying to explain it. Right. This lady yesterday. There's something wrong with her. Is there something wrong? She said, I jumped from a car, and I started strangling. Think of this. I said it's strangling a Secret Service agent. I grabbed the steering wheel of a car that said that I wanted guns at my rally. Anyone guns, I have to speak to and I don't like guns for anybody. Is there any truth question? In fact, the Secret Service came out and said that this story is totally false. Yeah. The woman is living in fantasyland. Put him under oath. Go ahead, Donny, push yourself under oath and tell the truth. It's your fat ass under oath. There you go. Yeah, put your teeny hand on the Bible. Okay. First of all, yes, that's exactly the point, is he said that who cares about the mags, they're not here to hurt me. Yeah, the like, who are they here to hurt then? He knows who they were. Darth Java. You know, some wack job can say this stuff and get away with it. And other things that I wanted guns at my rally. Okay, now I'm speaking. Why would I want guns? I don't want people having standing with guns in my rally. I don't know if she said AR-15s at the capitol. Oh, she wasn't complaining. And the other thing about this woman, she wanted to work for me after January 6th. She did. She wanted to work. She did with for him. She came to Mar-a-Lago. Not to bring her down because I got very bad things. I hardly knew her. And I said, well, if she can't be better, if somebody called up, numerous people, that she's not good. I won't say why that she's not good, but. Yes, you would. Plenty of reason. I've heard bad bad things. People say people say bad about things. I don't know. But I said no to her. Wait, what? I wouldn't say why. I said no, but she's a vicious liar, and he raged. But I wouldn't say why we didn't hire her. My God. Swallow it, except everything I say. I have to say he is a ridiculously entertaining liar. Like contradict the one thing you said three words ago. Only man who has a chance at losing the popular vote a third time. I know. I know you have a dream, John. Who's this running mate? That's one of the death wish. I would like to put you life in danger for my supporters. Now, I'd like to give you this up. I need a second vice president to hang.

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Stephen Colbert Film Team Arrested Near US Capitol

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:15 min | Last week

Stephen Colbert Film Team Arrested Near US Capitol

"In a rather bizarre episode, a film team dispatched by Stephen Colbert, coming out of California. Was arrested for unauthorized entry into the U.S. capitol. Now, right away, we have to think about the parallels to January 6th. Evidently what was happening here is that the Colbert film team was in town to attack Republicans. What else? And the Colbert film team was kind of in cahoots in league with at least a couple of key Democrats. Adam Schiff, it seems, was the guy who let them into the building. And but they were also removed from the building. They were asked to leave. At that point, apparently, Jake auchincloss Democrat from Massachusetts, let the team back in. So you can see these Democrats are working with these Colbert film guys. Julie Kelly calls them calls the Colbert film team Democratic Party activist disguised as a kind of film team for Colbert's show. What were they there to do? Dual comedy routines that ridicule trumpsters.

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Stephen Colbert Remains Defensive About Staffers' Arrests

Mark Levin

01:57 min | Last week

Stephen Colbert Remains Defensive About Staffers' Arrests

"He is very defensive about what took place with his staff He's the kingpin behind it obviously With his 7 staffers were arrested They rested because they defied the Capitol Hill police and you would think that with all the security there and walled all the attention given to January 6th that Colbert and his conga linea leftists would know better But they don't Because they think they're above the law They know they'll never have to pay the price So his staffers were arrested They spent a few hours in their D.C. jail and they were released And they flew back to New York I wonder if along the way they saw some of the January 6th trespassers In the D.C. jail probably not since summer in solitary confinement The U.S. attorney in Washington D.C. is a hack He worked on the Biden campaign he's a hack and his wife is a hack And so it really is unimaginable that there would be equal justice Equity I think we call it now The way AOL is regurgitating this And they pick it off from Yahoo entertainment On Monday is the Late Show with Stephen Colbert Open by addressing the arrest of some of the staff in the capital complex late last week The crew were there with Robert schmiegel who voices triumph the insult comic dog covering the January 6th hearings Covert said that both Republicans and Democrats were willingly interviewed So what

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Monica Crowley: Stephen Colbert's Team Broke the Law

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:53 min | Last week

Monica Crowley: Stephen Colbert's Team Broke the Law

"Wrote this on social media yesterday. I am among those calling for congressional hearings. I want to hear triumph the insult comic dog testify under oath. Yes, wouldn't that be something? You know, that's sorry, dog. Monica Crowley, I have to tell you, I don't know why. That guy, Robert smigel, that guy, gets under my skin, but they cornered me at one of the political convention years ago, and I ended up being on, was it Conan O'Brien? I think at the time, I can't remember, I think trying up started with Conan. But I ended up being a part of their huge comedy attack hit piece. It was very unpleasant. Yeah. No, I think I remember that, Todd, when they sort of cornered you and ambushed you on that look, they play according to their own rules. They do what they want, call their last night was trying to dismiss the whole thing. It's just jokes and my team doing their job. No, you were trespassing at the U.S. capitol. Which is what you were plastering the January 6th protesters for doing, right? Well, I'm not the president trying to cite an insurrection. Oh, come on. It is either break a law or you don't break the law. We either have rule of law or we don't have rule of law. And in this country, there has been a widespread widespread breakdown of the respect that we have for our institutions, but that didn't just materialize tots. That's a direct result of the fact that our institutions have been failing us. You can not have a healthy functioning republic when you do not have the equal application of the law. Lady liberty and lady lady justice is supposed to be blind. She's blindfolded for a reason. And yet now we have it's not an uneven application of the law based on race or gender or anything like that. It's based on your political affiliation.

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Cory Booker Criticizes Commercialization of Juneteenth

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | Last week

Cory Booker Criticizes Commercialization of Juneteenth

"There is absolutely nothing wrong. We should celebrate the Emancipation of the slaves. But pretending to be worried about commercializing Juneteenth of all things, this was Cory Booker, the crazed senator from New Jersey. He appeared with Stephen insurrectionist Colbert last night on CBS. I think the materialism and commercialism and consumerism, those streams within our society often do detract from the nobility and the principles and the ideals, but also for us confronting the fullness of our history. I get very frustrated that Martin Luther King day, we've created this Santa classification of Martin Luther King when he was wildly unpopular. At the time he died. He was somebody that pushed this country to expand its moral imagination. And so this idea that a day about freedom and liberty is descending into consumerism. We can't let that happen. And so of course, companies are going to try to do their best to pad their bottom lines. But we have in a responsibility not to cheapen this holiday and just talk about it and speak about it. And most importantly, try to be about it, try to be and live the ideals that we're celebrating.

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Kathryn Kolbert: Roberts Would Not Divert Others From Overturning Roe

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | Last week

Kathryn Kolbert: Roberts Would Not Divert Others From Overturning Roe

"So the argument is going to be Roberts does tend to like a middle ground. And the chief justice has indicated in the past that the pivotal issue for abortion rights may be whether a pregnant person has a pregnant person, says Politico ever the woke ever the woke publication, whether a pregnant person has sufficient I can't believe I'm reading that. Has sufficient opportunity to get an abortion, not the age of the fetus. Roberts has said, there is a point at which they've had the fair choice opportunity to choice. Why would 15 weeks be an inappropriate line? So in other words, Politico is reporting, and I think it's probably just a theoretical argument. But he only needs one other conservative and attorney Catherine Colbert who argued at the high court for the abortion rights side in case C three decades ago predicted on a recent podcast that she sees no way justice Roberts diverts his colleagues from their increasingly intense desire to overturn roe. Not a chance in hell. She said bluntly. Well, we'll see. I'll believe it when I see it.

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Crew for Stephen Colbert's "Late Show" detained in congressional building

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Crew for Stephen Colbert's "Late Show" detained in congressional building

"7 people said to be affiliated with CBS Late Show with Stephen Colbert arrested at the U.S. capitol Thursday night for unlawful entry U.S. capitol police would only say they got a call about a disturbance in the longworth House office building around 8 30 p.m. and found the unauthorized people But a person familiar with the matter told the AP they identified themselves as being with Colbert's show CBS said in a statement the production team was there for authorized interviews and after recorded

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Pergram: 'The Late Show Stephen Colbert' Associates Arrested Last Night

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last week

Pergram: 'The Late Show Stephen Colbert' Associates Arrested Last Night

"Chad pergram has tweeted the following Fox confirms that group of persons associated with the Late Show and Stephen Colbert were arrested last night In charge with a legal entry to the house office building after hours Fox is told the people were arrested in the longworth House office building The group was in the cannon House office building earlier in the day trying to get interviews around the time of the January 6th committee hearing Ever the United States Capitol police shoot them away because they did not have proper press credentials However the group surfaced later that night after the capital complex was closed to the public fox is told they took pictures and video around the offices of House minority leader Kevin McCarthy and Lauren bobert They were unescorted and arrested and charged with illegal entry They were arrested near boebert's office They were released overnight Fox has confirmed the arrests of these 9 persons through a senior house source Names and these are people at a high level associated with Colbert and his program Jake plunkett Alison Martinez Tyrone dean Steven Roman nicolette green Brenda Hurley Robert Schmidt nice Josh commerce and David Feldman Robert schmidel is known for being the voice of triumph the insult comic dog He also produced short cartoons for Saturday Night Live TV fun House The United States Capitol police have issued the following statement on June 1620 22 at approximately 8 30 p.m. U.S. capitol police received a call for a disturbance in the longworth House office building

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Conservative Twitter Accounts Gain Followers as Liberals Dwindle

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Conservative Twitter Accounts Gain Followers as Liberals Dwindle

"Interesting changes already at Twitter. Conservative accounts are surging. In fact, some guy, this is a guy with the bulwark, so he's a never trumper. He's mad about this. But he notices AOC's down 27,000 followers, madhouse down 18,000 Colbert's down 21,000 Matt Gaetz is up 25,000. I'm up 41,000. Marjorie Taylor Greene is up 41,000. He's acting like this is like very fishy as if Elon Musk is adding subscribers. No, they're just removing the banning algorithms so you had all these little freaks at Twitter and what they were doing is manipulating the dials. Let's boost Colbert. Let's boost AOC. Let's shut down d'souza, and now that Musk is coming into the building, they're like, we better, you know, we don't want our fingerprints all over this, so let's stop doing that. Let's get hands off the dials, and of course what's happening now is that people are getting the natural traction that their own posts are attracting.

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Stephen Colbert & the Left Furious Over No More Travel Mask Mandate

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Stephen Colbert & the Left Furious Over No More Travel Mask Mandate

"And Stephen Colbert and the left, they're all furious that there's no more mask mandate on public transportation in America. Check this out. This judge, this judge claimed that the CDC exceeded their legal authority by requiring masks and that their power was limited to things like cleaning property, not requiring people to take hygienic steps. Yes, you can not force people to follow basic hygiene. You can only make them clean property, explains the new bathroom sign before returning to work, employees must wash this sign. The judge, sure. The judge not fighting for ruling, explaining wearing a mask, cleans nothing. At most, it traps virus droplets. That's the mass job you dummy. So my droplets don't get on you. That's like saying this diaper is useless. Every time I put one on my baby, it fills up with poop. That's not doing anything. Oh, maybe a little funny.

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Stacey Abrams Compares Russian Invasion to U.S. Voting Rights

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 4 months ago

Stacey Abrams Compares Russian Invasion to U.S. Voting Rights

"Stacey Abrams is on The Daily Show You notice how they keep pushing these candidates of the far left The daily schmo The Daily Show And I want you to listen to how people are so glib about what's taking place in Ukraine and then project themselves into the situation because they are so self righteous Stacey Abrams cut 7 go We are a stronger nation when we allow people to participate And if we ever doubted that the war that Putin is waging against Ukraine president zelensky said I'm going to paraphrase him and probably poorly He said this isn't a war on Ukraine This is the war on democracy in Ukraine When we allow democracy to be overtaken by those who want to choose who can be heard and those choices are not based on anything other than animus or inconvenience then that is wrong So in other words ladies and gentlemen your Putin and the Russians attacking Ukraine sees Ukraine She self righteous She just wants more people to vote She is a fraud and a huckster As is Stephen Colbert they're a joke

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Eric and John Zmirak on Racism and Whoopi Goldberg

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Eric and John Zmirak on Racism and Whoopi Goldberg

"Hey folks, I'm talking to John's Merrick about racism. Turns out we both agree it's bad, but we're talking about how Whoopi Goldberg recently said that the Holocaust, the blond, the blond blue eyed teutonic murdering the Jews that wasn't based on racism. Turns out she was mistaken. And she's sort of fake apologized and doubled down on the Stephen Colbert show. I think Whoopi Goldberg inadvertently revealed something important about the culture, just the way that bubble headed reporter when she when the people were chanting F Joe Biden and she said, oh, look, they're saying, let's go Brandon. This is a let's go Brandon moment. This is a glitch in the matrix. Whoopi Goldberg revealed that for her racism is simply a club that black people and maybe Hispanics get to use on white liberals. And that's all it is. It's just a political weapon, it's not based in any deeper vision of the human person. It's not based in the Christian faith that motivated the civil rights movement. I mean, you and I know why racist is wrong. I don't think would be Goldberg could give you a good explanation. I like to ask liberals. Why is racism wrong? And that. I literally talk about this everywhere I go. I just spoke about it at a church and we posted a short, very short clip. Less than two minutes on my Instagram page. Why is racism wrong? This is a big issue. You and I have talked about it a lot on this program, but I want to suggest that the view ends up over the decades being, I don't know, a bellwether or the canary in the coal mine because what comes out of their largely uninformed mouths is very telling.

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"The View" Host Whoopi Goldberg suspended for holocaust comments

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 5 months ago

"The View" Host Whoopi Goldberg suspended for holocaust comments

"Studio that renowned historian in scholar Whoopi Goldberg in trouble for suggesting that the Holocaust had nothing to do with race. It was about something other than race. It was white people disagreeing with white people over something other than race. Or something like that. Goes on the Steve Colbert show. Does little clean up? Makes it worse. Ultimately, she apologizes. But she'll be fine. Great deal of latitude given people like Whoopi Goldberg because we'll be Goldberg. Well, she meant well. She just. Didn't know. Plus they signed a big multiyear 7 figure deal with her. They got a lot of money invested in her, they can't drop kick

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00:43 sec | 5 months ago

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Stephen Colbert and Joy Reid Say Vladimir Putin Is Testing Joe Biden Out

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Stephen Colbert and Joy Reid Say Vladimir Putin Is Testing Joe Biden Out

"Let's listen to this cut 12 go I'm old enough to remember the truism that every Soviet leader would try to test a new president of the United States To basically do an acid test to see what the reaction would be to Soviet aggression Yeah It's going to be part of that too Just like what are we dealing with here going out into the future What I need to know now So basically he's excusing You know they're just testing fine They're just testing but now you have to wonder how perverse and twisted Colbert's mind really is He is a brother who's a lawyer In Washington he pronounces his last name I swear to you the Colbert I think it's Tom cobert And by everything I hear he's a pretty good guy So now we have Stephen Colbert Where you know half his name is silent But he's not an intelligent guy He's not even a good comedian and when he was a B actor on some of these shows he was awful But he's found his niche here He's not funny So you know they're just testing all Joe out You know like in Afghanistan where we still have American citizens and God knows what's happened to them We still have allies tens of thousands of God knows what's happened to them They're all just testing them out The Iranians are very close to their nuclear weapons The inbred there in North Korea he's foreign missiles off left and right Just testing him out Trump's the real danger you see Go ahead So you continue And I think it's especially true after the previous president who was such a toty to Putin And sucked up to him Putin Really

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Christian Toto: Hollywood Is Rapidly Losing Its Grasp of What the People Want

The Dan Bongino Show

01:22 min | 5 months ago

Christian Toto: Hollywood Is Rapidly Losing Its Grasp of What the People Want

"But Christian the weird part is I mean I'm only 47 I'm not that old I mean I'm not a spring chicken but you know I'm halfway through my life I remember just a decade or two ago Hollywood used to make fun of this stuff This was a punch line I give you an example You're a Hollywood guy Remember demolition man Wesley Snipes and Sylvester Stallone and Sandra Bullock think the running joke in that movie was that culture becomes so PC Sylvester Stallone wakes up from cryo freeze whatever decades later And he can't believe it How everybody gets harangued for saying the wrong word at the wrong time on the street Hollywood used to make fun of this stuff and now they're exactly what they were making fun of So there's no excuse to like oh my gosh we didn't know you literally wrote movies about it Yeah the lack of self awareness is something we see aggressively on the left these days but it carries over into Hollywood They don't get it They really don't get it They're thinking about a new Oscar host and I would think they might even say let's try Stephen Colbert He's a funny guy Not even realizing that half the country loads him because he's aggressively political and mean spirited So I think that's the way that there is a bubble mentality within Hollywood where back in the 90s they would understand that They had a grasp of what the culture wanted with the people wanted They're losing that rapidly and it's

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Tax season begins two weeks early due to virus, IRS funding

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Tax season begins two weeks early due to virus, IRS funding

"This this year's year's tax tax filing filing season season will will begin begin later later this this month month the the Internal Internal Revenue Revenue Service Service has has announced announced you'll you'll be be able able to to file file your your taxes taxes on on January January twenty twenty fourth fourth seventeen seventeen days days earlier earlier than than last last year year the the IRS IRS warns warns that that a a resurgence resurgence of of Colbert Colbert nineteen nineteen infections infections along along with with Congress Congress authorizing authorizing less less funding funding than than the the pie pie did did ministration ministration requested requested could could make make filing filing taxes taxes this this year year very very challenging challenging IRS IRS commissioner commissioner Chuck Chuck Rettig Rettig says says taxpayers taxpayers should should file file their their returns returns electronically electronically to to get get their their refunds refunds by by direct direct deposit deposit this this year's year's tax tax filing filing deadline deadline is is April April eighteenth eighteenth my my camp camp in in Washington Washington

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Supreme Court weighs vaccine rules affecting more than 80M

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Supreme Court weighs vaccine rules affecting more than 80M

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US adds Merck pill as 2nd easy-to-use drug against COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

US adds Merck pill as 2nd easy-to-use drug against COVID-19

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"colbert" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"colbert" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Colbert. And it's quite an interesting exchange and not one Stephen Colbert likes even a little bit. And it's not surprising. Of course, we all understand who Stephen Colbert is. We all understand that they made a calculation. But it it's better to be niche and pander to the left. With your quote comedy than it is to try to actually do a variety show that appeals to all people. It's just better to be an extension of your Comedy Central show and bring it to Network television. It's very hard to be funny when you take yourself so seriously. And when people like Colbert and comics late night comics decided to become advocates And convinced themselves that they were important. They had some role in saving the world from, you know, awful awful. People like a Good rock. Solid, hardworking people like you and me, Uh, they lost any sense of humor. They lost any ability to communicate with people like you and me. They became crusaders remarks is, um And they began to despise the little guy and they became angry and they became unlikable. And Colbert is maybe one of the worst, just terribly terribly smug, and he can't really stand. The only problem for his him is John Stewart basically made Colbert Uh and he can't. He just cannot believe that Stewart has returned to his show on his big kickoff night back in New York with a live audience and goes on this rant about where this virus came from. You can just You can see how uncomfortable Stephen Colbert It's not like he can yell at Stewart or really challenge him because Stewart has supremacy here. In the hierarchy. Colbert has to defer to him, but he hates it. I think we are a great Debt of gratitude. Science. Science has in many ways helped ease. Uh, the suffering of this pandemic. Uh, Which was more than likely caused by science, So.

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"colbert" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"colbert" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Keep familiarizing champions with that. Bella you've got the you've got the bell you know what i'm saying. He'd been see kinney takes trainer. And i'm might. Kenny hold up though so i could get it on video because it's like it's still the bell. It's do that very same champion from so crazy. I mean look man sanctioning body all that. I don't even know that that matters. Man we've seen all go to wbz route and you know not be able to get the champion and still at the end of the day. Be considered a paper champion because he didn't fight champion. You know what i'm saying so it don't matter. Kobe has got to keep doing his thing. You know true busy on the right side of the street. Hopefully he can get his stardom out. You know he. Hanging with tracy morgan and stuff like that. He bought the pee on The last g he did he did. He had a role in alaso geeta this fourth season. I believe he's still his own star that fight with him and take big big big big commercially all on a casual level out of no. I don't know but that's why he got a turn up right. That's why he got being a better statement and put his name mountain so that he can get that tank success so he could be the big decide enough fight. That's the funny everybody got to be pointy sentinel tang. You wanna make money. We gotta look at stake right now. We wanna make that bread. You gotta look. We're gonna get all the on get all this stuff's on say fight saying we think i'll put them in there. We'll take how long it'll be before. He think he gets tank all that all that now. So it's going to be interesting so no don't you do it by cop cars sniper. Go pass the fucking academy says causes scared civilians into thinking you some undercover state trooper out me slowing down which big is pat pug wanted it with. It was a little kid who passes. The kademi tells me it'll make the balls and the lights and eight deserting smacking snap but anyway see what. I had a big old message. What is why would they. Why would he put cobra. And with chang. Before they say tank versus gary battle with the taking on marcus New york city billy. Ny bullet yokota's from brooklyn. Gary is from dmv. So that's two seventy five separate territories barclays back. They can do colbert. There's a lot could be done. You know what i'm saying. I just think it might be. It might be on now. Think tank coming back down. He went up the one forty. Is he really coming back down. Is it easy to come dam. Katie back there. But was chad dawson when people go up and down you know. Obviously cannella.

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"colbert" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"colbert" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Com. Old dirt grow manage the grover vehicle. Put all the ground running day. Nice thank. you can't could barely not get a nice day. And if florida out as always who is good weather. Steve is all about economy man. This one actually has economy move. Could do notice the two point. Also get the sport of i wanna get all fast even economy and chilin agrees a gas mileage. Really well this one because it's like card does this guy so i do a lot of miles. His pretty comfortable. I cannot complain cannot complain yes sir. We're we're we're working. What else doing man as the go. See colbert to serve it right. He's stepping on short notice. Replacement opponent my opinion is more dangerous than the original opponent so as crazy. Definitely crazy Let me see it was samson saying has made me somewhat of a believer that as we can. Oh yeah. he made me a believer. I didn't know it now. But now i know you know he is the one that is what it is. How's the service notices on data. And i'm driving horrible and that's why we got such poor views was good and the people just say during the live yet. Talk to me. Madam feedback Steve says it's all good. Okay sean says it's good. I can't be mad at driving and able to do. A lot can be mad at that. My goal rather my hope is that who also sees. The coburg would seize. the home may be whoever else is in the building. him. And i didn't even get coffee. I didn't want to be laid up. Brought my own coffee from should code some already back bowl. The bowl the up with the word out there man. We need one hundred and eight hundred a twenty two pound. The gotta be forty and over to get into very swing. Pence bohl warned us in the of yesterday night or this morning. He said he's official but he took too long the the smoke him out. J. fights off the table. We going now his by his opponent wednesday. Yeah see dr j. at the fight. He matt corny man map. People trying to talk to him. I i try to talk to him. I said up to impasse. I m people who was around. They wasn't sure and then once they knew they try to talk soon. Brady just ignore people just kept walking. You'll be accident signing jake. He'll just keep moving. Says he's still toldo. Okay you follow the without goody goody gumdrops shout you telephone from and trying to get to that hundred and thirty thousand decide what to do with the super chad. The grind never stops you know that. Don't baby noted that don't we wanna be wanna be great great days. Tv roadwork is your very no foul folk new orleans. Let's go we gotta go see colbert man. There's a lot of videos. You colbert on youtube. Lot of videos accent is either next may weather man and As i was one of the first covered young chan. I think i want to stay on top of that so that you know we could be ahead of the curve brandon. Houston would it do it. Do it do these days. I don't know why. I was thinking about omar henry yesterday. Man he would have been great He proud of reminded. You think you know what i'm saying. He had a big file remember. He was big on social media before social media popped off or more online. That was crazy. I remember he had a lot of celeb- you know status a lot of people new home. He wasn't fighting. Nobody was the craziest austin in texas. What shot out. Jim opie got my messages on patriots. Until you send that footage. I got him a fight. I got him to opponents. One more secure other But the one. I really waffle him. I sent you to information patriots. Any thoughts on berlanga me public thorpe's when berlanga see what are going. See me what. I gotta do everybody. Everybody posted this footage. I mean when he see me see me. no one. None of that seen the industries. You'll want none of them like damp. Wait boy fuck down that main rolex damage with the fuck you rabbit edge. You just funny to me. Selling be hubadoo wanted me. It seems like every hundred. You know every such like an me. But i've done did y'all wanna take mess logo inbound with it. That's cool. i was the first one. Did it over his now necessarily future flow. Who did catch me go. Were killing them like a criminal now. Yeah y'all logan poll in may whether they they converted man i have people come up to me at the at the tank fight action to take pictures and shit telling me they seem you versus we a great year mansi. Bb's having a great year. Everybody in iraq dot with us men. Everybody was patient enough to last muddy waters. We hear man. Sony.

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"colbert" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"colbert" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Mash up. Why don't we switch gears just a little bit and talk about well in dealing hair sniff and kiss stealing Joe Biden e Got hairy leg. Take a test for your taking cocaine. Come on, man. You ain't black. So last night, President elect a Joe Biden spoke to Stephen Colbert on his program and Stephen Colbert brought up Hunter Biden and take a listen to this Joe Biden. Accused the U. S attorney that's investigating Hunter Biden. Ah, foul play way have great confidence in our son's. I'm not concerned about any accusations made against him. It's used to get to me. I think it's kind of foul play. But look, it is what it is. And He's a grown man. He is the smartest man I know. I mean threat of pure intellectual capacity Ondas long as he's good. We're good. Sounds like Chuck. But Ghana. Look, it is what it is. We're gonna keep chopping wood. We're gonna stick to the broad says, And I think it's hilarious that Joe Biden decided to go on Stephen Colbert to answer the hard hitting, penetrating probing questions that have plagued his family. I think it's ridiculous that the first time he's asked about Hunter Biden it's from Stephen Colbert. And not a member of the press. That's been following him around. This is the first time he's actually answered something about it cost to get scooped by Stephen Colbert and also did anybody else catch where he says Hunter Biden is the smartest person I know. Isn't that a little par for the course for the Biden family right here? Doesn't that just sum it all up that the same dude who got pictured with a crack pipe hanging out of his mouth and had questions about Ukrainian? Hookers and cocaine is the smartest guy that you know. Of course he is. Which takes us to a hammer and Nigel Classic. Ladies and gentlemen, let's revisit our Cypress Hill themed cocaine in the Ukraine. You'll try no mess with a say..

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"colbert" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Being made the financial impact of Colbert nineteen but seriously I mean when push comes to shove having your franchise quarterback under contract for more than just a one year tender with the thought of perhaps franchise tagging him again next year getting a long term agreement in place is just a much more desirable outcome really for both parties involved yeah I mean if this is your guy you got to get it done and listening to what I had said like you said getting this done by July fifteenth it makes sense to you and it was an interesting point that I'll say I didn't really think was that big of a factor until at really explained it that way you know because it's affecting everything look at what we're seeing in the NBA and Major League Baseball and and money is a big issue in Major League Baseball right now obviously not really knowing how things are going to shake out it is a big factor for dak and the Dallas Cowboys so as we try to get out of this and and we get closer to potentially having a season no matter what that looks like it does make sense that they would have waited a little bit to get this thing done and it looks like the trains on the tracks it'll be interesting to see what those numbers look like when we see that contractor when we get some of that information by July fifteenth but yeah I mean you hit the nail on your hat on the head if you've got your franchise quarterback you got to get that done no no if ands or buts about it this tender thirty one point four million for one year fully guaranteed that Prescott's gonna sign tomorrow that would be is contracted as a long term deal done by July fifteenth Russell Wilson makes thirty five million dollars a year Ben Roethlisberger's up the thirty four billion dollars per year I guarantee you that his number yeah Prescott's number will be probably higher than both of those that's just how it goes when it comes to and a fellow quarterbacks contracts right coming up next look at the ugly battle between baseball's owners and players who we know the fate of the season by tomorrow that's that's the stickers and hood it's yes been radio show all of ESPN streaming live on the ESPN app now with the SPM plus where you get more ESPN low the ESPN app today and J. T. S. B. N. everywhere it may not be stomach issues for me it's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms but could never figure it out no matter what I did they never went away so I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms we discovered that exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or EPRI may be the reason for my stomach issues E. P. eyes caused by my pancreas it leads to diarrhea gas bloating stomach pain unexplained weight loss and oily stools the symptoms just don't go away but he P. I can show up with even one symptom the good news API's manageable but.

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"colbert" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Some counties have had higher instances of Colbert nineteen than others generally the more urban area the likelihood is that you're going to have more spread just because of the way that people live we have found very little evidence of anybody getting this thing doing anything outdoors yeah you're still seeing some of these county fairs calling off their fares in particular I am focusing on Washington County because I think the decision it's especially obnoxious because they're hiding behind a bald faced lie they put out material stating that they're doing this on the basis of guidance on the watch in the sake health department the Ozaukee county fair is still a lot no maybe they're still going to cancel there's is later there's he's out right around the end of July beginning of August but right now sake county still odd so what I can sake county operate a fearful if Washington County cat and I hope was lucky county holds its I just can't fathom what's unhealthy about a county fair in a country that just allowed massive protests and riots pretty much unabated with people packed on top of one another March is when you've got thousands of people together arm in arm and that's just that's just perfectly fine and acceptable but we're not going to allow people to go hang around in a giant field affair browse with his animals running around and ride it did nobody's atop of anybody really ever other than maybe you know some of the when you have a concert or something so sake county is pressing forward and we hope that they stick to their guns and they don't cancel lord knows we need big studio the barometer here that's the right word the best indicator of whether or not something's canceled or not he is the level of government involved but it it just about everything that has a government appointed to it is pretty much checked out just about anything that has a nonprofit devoted to it is pretty much shut down anything that has a for profit motive they're trying to get it operated or they're already operated to get at I just think it's again the whole skin in the game today unless you are willing to feel actual pain yourself don't cancel it some of these bars and restaurants that have reopened their doing it out of survival they've got a bottom line at stake but when you've got people that work for a nonprofit I work for a government agency who know that they can keep hauling in their paycheck it becomes very easy that did not provide the service which is as I say I wanna lay off their staff a gold bricks and that's what you are you're not running Afaria not operating an actual center you're still pay take a paycheck what would that be other than a gold brick this is like with the mob used to get people like construction payrolls what do they call them when they did after work no show is that what was no show jobs was no something whatever it was I think it was it does show or no sometimes they die I remember the sopranos at all set yeah I know this is this the presidency of sit around drink other solders are drinking their beer when they were taken I think that's essentially what many of these governmental entities have become because the Washington County fair is run by a separate association they get an appropriation for the taxpayers specifically to ride at the fair and run the expo center yet that actual center shut out finally they claim open did just that well let's see is there book and some stuff and they're gonna get any events going out of their own own own own are you gonna bring into bands put out a trade show do something for people to be a not out I'll buy but it's all bad we'll use it for culvert tastic and the operator fair well they don't operate the fair give their money back next the state of Wisconsin makes an appropriation every year I believe it's out of the agriculture budget might be tourism I'm not sure and I believe that they fattened it up in the Copa del every year the state gives money to all the fairs around the state of Wisconsin Washington County better give its money back it would not be right if taxpayers who live in a county that is putting out of fear have to bear the brunt of that what a neighboring county is grabbing the same amount of money or more with their people are too lazy or have too many excuses as to not do a fair and that's for the excuses they're all just that they're all nothing you know simple it is to put out a county fair safely it's a lot easier than say right in our radio station safely it's a lot easier than writing Miller brewing safely it's a lot easier but a lot of other entities that are out there operating themselves right now would it require some challenges yes that's where we're paying you isn't it so as I said the fact that this was done so cavalierly was so little concern take away the pain for the four H. kids take away the people like to hang out at the thing take away the opportunity for the vendors take away for the people who come into the little expo center itself is just take it all away from them because you've got a couple of a few people on this board that just to say well we don't wanna do it but you know what we're not going to feel any pain ourselves lucky pocketing our expense money and keep paying our entire staff to sit around and do nothing other than offer up late excuses for you be into pathetically lazy to do our jobs this is the same problem I have with so many of those public schools they did a wretched laid off the Wall Street journal did a story over the weekend over the complete failure virtual learning to work and most public school districts across the United States that were shut down because of the virus I hate to generalise because there were exceptions that there were some teachers that work very hard to try to use zoom and Skype to set up a conference is a good lesson plans that I do a lot of private schools that a great job because this was their opportunity to shine but many of the large school districts like Milwaukee Racine Kenosha west Dallas was awful the employee said teachers had so much time on their hands down their applying at Amazon during the school hours because they were doing anything all day really.

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"colbert" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Is the creator of the Colbert nineteen calculator now we actually wrote about this calculator on our site about three weeks ago and if you enter your information in this online calculator you'll see the mortality rates for people in your wrist group compared to the majority and has like these green charts Dr thank you so much for joining us what's the biggest surprise that you've seen since this calculator came online thanks very much for having me and I say we were definitely surprised them how much it was used by people within twenty four hours for a prototype calculator which is open to the public and the Congress but was primarily designed for research and policy makers we had around three hundred fifty thousand uses a cloak of it which and people around the world and asking the same questions is should I go out should I go back to work and what I what is my risk and how to mine underlying health conditions affect my risk to that and that was a surprise but shows that we've got what what to do as you know the biggest risks that I think we all here as well like chronic lung infections and conditions diabetes heart disease kidney disease and high BMI and then this online calculator went last time I used is that you select your age and then you list any conditions that you might have and then it gives you a percentage and that's based on people in the U. K. of course but do you have any sense to how accurate this calculator is thanks so much Sir so you if we step back a moment we noted that worldwide unfortunately kindly folks both the people who died with Kobe ninety plus percent of the country I've been over the age of seventy all had underlying health conditions mostly the ones that you just mentioned that and and so tags the biggest determinant of whether he'll deal address because your underlying health conditions in certain states just not relying I think we're likely to get the baseline risk is taken from three point eight million people in any population based electronic health records in Vietnam and the U. K. save our week with pretty confident about the call is that correct the business case is so a working progress around the world is figuring out how many excess deaths by that I mean how many deaths that we wouldn't have had if there was not a case of it and that way it will update your models regularly and thanks the internet inspection right and in terms of how they resent the viruses if you'd like you can save by the army and cases of people we've got the inspection base with people who die from that to them and and and click okay to do that and we're looking to see how we can make it relevant to people in other countries you can present the baseline risk estimate is accurate and pretty much everywhere that's what's fascinating to me is that you know you put this online and you know people who do use it and they they find the information valuable doctor thank you for your time and your insights said we have a link to the covert mortality calculator over at command about common of course for your convenience you can go to Kim show and you'll have the link right there hi Xavier in Houston Texas high there's a way to have you on board with us glad to be here Kim glad to meet you in the mail on the phone for you know I'm a local minister I travel around the Texas state of Texas doing weddings and funerals and I'm looking for software that is you know me interactive for the clientele he also like to put their information in and you'll be able to book online and all this at it is and then do you charge for your services are charged a travels to eat but the actual service itself no for okay all right so the so but so there isn't some monetary transaction that does take place though between between you and whoever you're helping out right yes ma'am okay and then what are you using right now to to take orders are too tired to process these transactional everything right now is going over my email account and then it's about square point as my payment for credit cards debit card could that excellent okay Lumentum you know yeah no that's fabulous here's here's what I want you to look at and I'm going to I'll give you a link to it because you're using square square has the the ability to give you a free website where you could have people go in and they can see what your schedule what your availability is and then they're able to book to book an appointment with you directly like for example it's it's it's primarily used for people who are in the service industry like hairstylists and barbers shops and nail technicians and things like that but it's not to say that you could use the same thing so you get a free website and you punch in your availability and then this way people are able to to go in and book their own appointments and then you get notifications to accept or reject or offer an alternate time for that particular appointment and then was also really nice savior is that if you wanted to collect the payment up front you could do that if you wanted to give a cancellation fee of say five dollars or whatever maybe you could charge charge that type of fate but again it's free and it already works with square you just need to turn it off okay that's cool I didn't know that about square for that's why you called me Xavier well you know you've been an idol of mine for a while so I've been you know updated iffy by would know the answer you would well thank you same here so I'm gonna do is I'm gonna put you on hold and then I'll get a link out where I can I'll send a link to Manny Medical Center queue is so this way you'll have everything that you need to get started and make your life easier so that this way everything's all done online and you're not going back and forth with people on email and.

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"colbert" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on WTVN

"Colbert free we're still in quarantine are we only come together we have to do our chit chat lives and all of our interviews I wanted to bring up something that happened three weeks ago four weeks ago and I sent you guys a note about this I'm glad that we we have you today because of the Washington post The New York Times and MSNBC and CNBC they hate you they don't like you because you're strong you're vibrant you're funny you're conservative you happen to be black so you're not supposed to do what you're doing that's causing a real rift so they know they can get to you because they've tried for years so that one of your parents when you saw the Washington post did bring up your parents you two are real sisters you have to say mother and father I think people think that we just say sisters are not really sisters you are at your siblings so they go up to your parents because they can get to you what does that make you think what they how works Howard Lee moved let me tell you something my parents are in their seventies they're retired yeah my mother is now a double amputee out we love our parents so the disparaging demeaning things that these the media the left wing media say about our parents we just totally ignore them we were raised with good parents that raised us to be strong prosperous and wonderful women we're not in the streets we don't slide up and down the pole we're not in and out of prison would not drunk in a liquor drinkers you still there where diamond and silk so we we love our parents and I don't care what anybody say about our parents we know the truth about our past they can write their hit pieces all they want yeah whatever and also lets me know that what we are are a double threat narrative you're free to go away that's right they know it and I know that sticks and stones may break our bones but names will never hurt her the whole intention behind that was to somehow solely your parents you came from a great mother and father they supported you guys obviously they really should be independent thinkers I have no idea what your parents politics are and frankly I don't care because I love your politics I love how you express your politics and you keep me laughing so their intention I think look those of the left loved it bit it up those of us who are either in the middle the middle left middle right and right right like I am we loved it because we know that they went after somebody because they felt they found a weakness in you and it really wasn't Magnus your parents are a strength for you are you something we were raised in a Christian household yeah and we love our parents and this is what the media do they do anything to distract the flag and they come up to us in all kinds of ways Justin is just starting they've been doing that kind of daughter yeah diamond so we're not going to be quiet we have a right to speak up in this country where Americans with conservative Americans were black Americans and our parents are trump supporters that's right they aren't they used to be lifelong Democrats like we used to be like a crest and they switched their party to Republican to vote for president trump and now my father said sometime you know I can't believe I ever voted for the Democrat party that's right so let's not get it twisted whatever you read in the media please don't you don't you can't believe everything that you read because they locked us rested thing they live live live live look at Bannon still gonna die mental dot com follow him all the social media dot net sold over on Twitter on Facebook or Instagram everywhere because you're gonna get the truth straight from them don't believe the other of the other what like Joe Biden say malarkey when it comes to two black people being conservative you always have been black folks in America have historically been Republican or conservative they made the switch is you and I've talked about in the twenties and thirties we thought FDR was gonna do a new deal for them blacks were left out of the new deal just between us but recently there was an article written by GQ magazine I love you saw this when they called George Wallace a Republican George Wallace was a far left wing Democrat segregationists he was pro lynching he was pro KKK he was he was the typical Democrat in America yet for some reason yet again opens we made a mistake the left wing media again to try to call somebody who is a bad bill to Republican we see that often now and I love that we have you to counterbalance that when you hear something like that what does that make you say what does it make you think it is typical now right what they're trying to re write history that's right you're not our museums there saying stop this fall you know you're trying to lose I'll put in the minds of these melania backed up it was Republicans that started all of this chaos right let me tell you something Jim crow days the K. K. K. the the party that want to keep slavery because they didn't want to vote against their interests you have to remember that slave owners ward mostly pretty much all Democrats understand that these people were Democrats and what they're trying to do is we write history we can't allow them to let them re write history even when you Google somethings now with switched around now you can't let them re write history and if you look at us being Cortina some of these governors that won't open back up their state you can almost seem like history is being written re written they are trying to push the socialistic ideas you know and they're trying to take us back to the days of slight exactly right we've never lived through that but I ancestors have and not just black people but all people trying to do yes well and that's the thing it's about power and control isn't it if you can control the population you can go to church for you can get an abortion you can get you can get some liquor some marijuana but you can't go get electors surgery that might make Graham all walk better because you've got a new hip I'm at the end of the day they are completely controlling us with their thumbs on us pretty much like what they've done the minorities for all of time the project going to sing the project's gonna sing you the public school and I said you two could give you a put you on welfare so you have to keep.

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"colbert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And Colbert nineteen testing but some small businesses are running out of time the government's rescue loan fund the paycheck protection program maxed out days ago A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott president trump says there is sufficient testing available now for states to begin re opening their economies Maryland's Larry Hogan among several governors who say that is not the case to say that the governors have plenty of testing and they should just get to work on testing so now we are doing our job is just absolutely Falk Hogan on CNN's state of the union it's the deadliest such attack in Canada's history a man shot and killed sixteen people in a rampage across Nova Scotia royal Canadian Mounted Police chief superintendent Chris letter says the gunman Gabriel Wortman was also killed he appears to have been wearing if not all of them up portion of a police uniform and that we believe that he was struck while he was driving a one point a markup or a vehicle that was made to look like an RCMP police cruiser a police officer among those killed bodies found at multiple locations several homes in the area set on fire two for now motive isn't known police say a man opened fire on a Dallas area transit bus before hijacking it with two people aboard leading officers on a chase that included a shoot out in which he was eventually killed and three officers suffered non life threatening wounds you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK California has nearly thirty one thousand cases of coronavirus one thousand one hundred fifty one deaths of more than two hundred eighty thousand Californians have been tested for covert nineteen that's according to Johns Hopkins Sacramento county is reporting nine hundred twenty five confirmed cases of coronavirus thirty four deaths as of Sunday that's an increase of one since yesterday the governor says we are beginning to see a flattening of the curve but we are not out of the woods the question is what are we gonna see those numbers start to decline on a consistent basis county reporting one hundred thirty two cases eight deaths while yolo county reports one hundred thirty seven cases and nine deaths that of one since Saturday for more on the coronavirus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information I'm still for our Sekine K. F. P. H. traffic westbound he needs to get from Davis to back a bill only twelve minutes to get through that stretch he's found eighty in Sacramento to get from I. five to the cap city emergencies only take you eight minutes not seeing any delays there southbound ninety nine across yolo county pretty much wide open you should flow through in forty seven minutes he's about eighty from highway sixty five two our neighbor Nevada that's only about a sixty three minute drive so looking very good right now also looking great is southbound sixty five between Sunset Boulevard in eighty it should only take you four minutes to get through that track Alden Jacob news ninety three point.

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"colbert" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"More people die from Colbert nineteen bringing the death toll and rolled out of the forty nine there are also two hundred eighty eight new cases done if I'd since yesterday bring the number of known cases to two thousand and fifteen additionally there are now one hundred sixty nine people hospitalized that's up from a hundred sixty yesterday five of the six latest that's recovered nineteen a Rhode Island we're nursing home residents state department of health director Dr Nicole Alexander Scott says one of the latest victims was in their sixties four were in their nineties six death was a person over one hundred years old governor Amado says the state has received one hundred thirty two thousand unemployment claims since the start of the corona virus pandemic that's as many as fourteen thousand claims a day she says the state is overwhelmed is bringing back recently retired department of labor and training employees to help process claims governor says the current process time is one to two weeks a new culvert nineteen restrictions for ripped a writer's effective as of today the passenger capacity on each bus will be fifteen or less passengers are also now required to wear a cloth face covering while on the bus get news twenty four seven on demand at news radio all right dot com curvy is leveling I'm Lisa listen Arraf fox news that's the message from doctor give approach with president trump's coronavirus task force a lot of that is driven by the improvement in New York City remember for a long time they were over fifty percent of our cases and fifty percent of our new cases that is dramatically changed because of the impact of what the citizens of New York and New Jersey and across Connecticut and now Rhode Island are doing to really change the course of this pandemic well the number of dead worldwide is now over one hundred thousand and she warns as encouraging as things are we have not reached the peak and we need to continue what we have done president trump saying he believes his team has done a good job of managing the pandemic you've done well and I guess the market thinks we've done well because we had the biggest stock market increase without one day we're talking for days instead of five that we had in fifty years as far as when the country would reopen the president said he's putting together a team to examine it and is working with the medical professionals on a task force to come up with a plan nearly eight thousand people in New York state have died from the virus governor Andrew Cuomo's thank social distancing guidelines need to remain in place what we do today will determine the infection rate two or three days from now as far as opening the state backup piece it'll be a phased process based on testing York has been the epicenter of the virus in the U. S. the White House the leaders of both parties expected to restart talks next week on a new coronavirus eight packet with hopes of a vote later in the week Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer says he spoke with treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin and he has agreed to negotiate on a bill that would replenish a thirty three to fifty billion dollar paycheck protection program America is listening to fox news now here's your storm team ten forecast still breezy this evening with a passing.

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"colbert" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on WJR 760

"Dot gov slash fight Colbert nineteen to sign up our team at MDHHS has also been working very hard to analyze data to inform our public health response but to also make sure the public knows how we are doing when it comes to fighting this disease in our state we now have new information available on our website on hospitalizations ventilator use dish charges and those who have recovered as of yesterday with eighty nine percent of hospitals reporting there were three thousand eight hundred and twenty six in patients across the state with corporate nineteen one thousand six hundred twenty eight of those were in critical care and of those one thousand four hundred and thirty four were on ventilators and this data continues to change by the hour we also know that there were seven hundred and eighty six people who were discharged from emergency departments yesterday with confirmed or suspected Corbett nineteen the data on hospitalizations and inpatient cases will continue to help guide our public health response as the governor mentioned we also know this disease is impacting communities of color disproportionately thirty three percent of cases and forty percent of deaths in our state have been an African Americans we still need to get more robust data but this is consistent with what we are seeing across the country if people are disproportionately impacted by poverty working in lower wage jobs unable to work from home needing to use public transportation lack the ability to isolate sick individuals in their home appropriately for disproportionately have a higher rate of chronic health conditions they will be more significantly impacted by this disease and that's why they got the measures that the governor has put in place are so important and why I'm excited to work with the Michigan coronavirus task force on racial disparities but we can tackle this crisis in an equitable way it's also why extending the stay home stay safe order is so important finally while we're focusing on keeping people physically healthy we know this is taking a toll on the emotional and mental health of people across the state mental health is so incredibly important and we don't want anyone to feel like they are alone in this if anyone feels they need help dealing with the emotional toll the crisis is taking on them they should not be afraid or ashamed to reach out for help there is a national disaster distress hotline that is available seven days a week twenty four hours a day you can call one eight hundred nine eight five five nine nine zero again that's one eight hundred nine eight five five nine nine zero and you can speak to someone and get connected to resources as the governor mentioned the upcoming weeks are going to continue to be incredibly difficult but I am confident that we are doing the right things and we really must not let up if we're going to successfully fight corporate nineteen in Michigan with that I'll turn it back over to you.

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"colbert" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on AP News

"Be the hardest and saddest since Colbert nineteen struck the country comparing the situation to Pearl Harbor or nine eleven there's a glimmer of hope in New York City the number of deaths over the past few days has been dropping for the first time New York governor Andrew Cuomo says I see you admissions and into basins are also down well the discharge rate from hospitals is up but he adds it's too soon to determine whether the pandemic has reached its height we could be either very near the apex or the A. packs could be applied toll and we could be on that plateau right now we won't know until you see the next few days the Surgeon General appealed to governors who have not yet issued stay at home restrictions saying give us whatever you can even if it's not the federally recommended thirty days Ben Thomas AP news Cuomo says there were five hundred and ninety four new coronavirus death down from six hundred and thirty the day before he could be either very near the apex or the A. packs could be applied toll and we could be on that plateau says the next few days will tell but I see you admissions and innovations were also down in more people left the hospital the more people who are coming out it makes it easier to handle the large influx that's coming in more than a hundred and twenty two thousand people have tested positive at least sixteen thousand remain hospitalized and Cuomo says stay vigilant corona virus is truly vicious and effective at what the virus does it's ineffective killer Julie Walker New York more than three hundred pilots across the Czech Republic join forces in a group of volunteers who use their private planes to distribute medical equipment all across the country the pilots to the people project is meant to help the state authorities fighting the epidemic of the corona virus to deliver supplies to any place in the country as soon as they can this service is offered free of charge and the pundits pay for the gas this network with some two hundred apples in the country they can use making it possible to efficiently serve the whole place the group says the goal is to transport materials to any hospital clinic or other place is needed within two hours long two years mostly include amethyst sport on small planes pilots I'm Charles Lucas my boss plane who's traveled from China to France and returned with a combo the full million face masks the European multinational says in a statement that the flight landing in France on Sunday morning with his third such mission between China and France at les clarifies its continuing to purchase and supply millions of face masks from China I think the large majority of the mosques we did make it to the governments of the Airbus home countries which would ultimately France Germany Spain and Britain meanwhile former vice president Joe Biden he said he plans to wear a mask in public that conforms with federal guidelines that Americans use face coverings in public places I'm Charles there this month.

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"colbert" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on AP News

"Be the hardest and saddest since Colbert nineteen struck the country comparing the situation to Pearl Harbor or nine eleven there's a glimmer of hope in New York City the number of deaths over the past few days has been dropping for the first time New York governor Andrew Cuomo says I see you admissions and into basins are also down well the discharge rate from hospitals is up but he adds it's too soon to determine whether the pandemic has reached its height we could be either very near the apex or the A. packs could be applied toll and we could be on that plateau right now we won't know until you see the next few days the Surgeon General appealed to governors who have not yet issued stay at home restrictions saying give us whatever you can even if it's not the federally recommended thirty days Ben Thomas AP news AP news for this Friday April third hi Jackie Quinn the trump administration continues pushing social distancing to slow the spread of the new coronavirus which has claimed thousands of American lives and sick in two hundred seventy seven thousand people now there's a recommendation people use face masks when going outdoors but save the medical masks for health professionals Dr Deborah Burke's discipline and determination I guess that really describes what we're asking every Merican to really be disciplined about these guidelines Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says eleven people died in the county Friday it's a fourteen percent increase from the day before it is not time to relax because the more we can push that curve down the more chance we have of seeing those numbers not increase by as much that means hundreds of people who won't be diagnosed with covert nineteen he's ordered that face masks be worn in his city New York state is tallied its largest delete jump in deaths up five hundred sixty two to more than twenty nine hundred more than fifteen thousand people are hospitalized in New York New York governor Andrew Cuomo continues his search for much needed ventilators I'm going to sign an executive order that says the state can take ventilators and P. P. from institutions that don't need them now and there was one simple reason behind the move I'm not going to be in a position where people are dying and we have several hundred ventilators in our own state somewhere else in Maryland authorities are searching for the daughter and grandson of former lieutenant governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend they were in a canoe on the Chesapeake Bay stocks fell about one point five percent in Friday trading this is ABC news the economic toll on the country from the new coronavirus is severe U. S. employers cut seven hundred one thousand jobs last month ending a nearly ten year record run of job growth the true picture though it's far worse since the figures do not include the last two weeks of March with nearly ten million Americans filed for jobless benefits this is just the tip of the iceberg grant Thornton economist Diane Swonk White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says there's no sugar coating it it's going to get worse in the weeks ahead the unemployment rate had its biggest monthly jump in forty five years to four point four Sager mag ani Washington the chief judge of a secretive National Security court is demanding that the F. B. I. provide him with details about some of its investigations after the justice department inspector general identified problems with more than two dozen wiretap applications hi Jackie Quinn AP news about them the authorities in Rwanda say could contain about thirty thousand bodies has been discovered more than a quarter century after the country's genocide in which eight hundred thousand ethnic Tutsis and Hutus who tried to protect them were killed the discovery is being called the most significant in the years and fifty bodies have been exhumed so far in efforts that are challenged by the East African nations coronavirus related lockdown will of the body down on the bodies it held the merge as many people convicted in the genocide being released from prison after serving their sentences I'm offering you information on mass graves will handle on Tuesday marks the twenty sixth anniversary of the genocide because of the lockdown the country will follow events on television and social media as gatherings all bound I'm Charles forest fires burning in the evacuated area around at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is causing elevated radiation levels the head of Ukraine's state ecological inspection service says the blaze spread it.

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"colbert" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on AP News

"Be the hardest and saddest since Colbert nineteen struck the country comparing the situation to Pearl Harbor or nine eleven there's a glimmer of hope in New York City the number of deaths over the past few days has been dropping for the first time New York governor Andrew Cuomo says I see you admissions and into basins are also down well the discharge rate from hospitals is up but he adds it's too soon to determine whether the pandemic has reached its height we could be either very near the apex or the A. packs could be applied toll and we could be on that plateau right now we won't know until you see the next few days the Surgeon General appealed to governors who have not yet issued stay at home restrictions saying give us whatever you can even if it's not the federally recommended thirty days Ben Thomas AP news Cuomo says there were five hundred and ninety four new coronavirus death down from six hundred and thirty the day before he could be either very near the apex or the A. packs could be applied toll and we could be on that plateau says the next few days will tell but I see you admissions and innovations were also down in more people left the hospital the more people who are coming out it makes it easier to handle the large influx that's coming in more than a hundred and twenty two thousand people have tested positive at least sixteen thousand remain hospitalized and Cuomo says stay vigilant corona virus is truly vicious and effective and what the virus does it's ineffective killer Julie Walker New York more than three hundred pilots across the Czech Republic join forces in a group of volunteers who use their private planes to distribute medical equipment all across the country the pilots to the people project is meant to help the state authorities fighting the epidemic of the corona virus to deliver supplies to any place in the country as soon as they can this service is offered free of charge and the pundits pay for the gas this network with some two hundred apples in the country they can use making it possible to efficiently serve the whole place the group says the goal is to transport materials to any hospital clinic or other place is needed within two hours long T. as most include Alex's sport on small planes pilots I'm Charles Lucas my boss plane who's traveled from China to France and returned with a combo the full million face masks the European multinational says in a statement that the flight landing in France on Sunday morning which is good such mission between China and France at les clarifies its continuing to purchase and supply millions of face masks from China I think the large majority of the mosques will be connected to the governments of the Airbus home countries which would ultimately France Germany Spain and Britain meanwhile former vice president Joe Biden he said he plans to wear a mask in public that conforms with federal guidelines that Americans use face coverings in public places I'm Charles there this month.

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"colbert" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Colbert nineteen with the public health emergency of international concern social network platforms got top on what they called misinformation about the virus began silencing and censoring many internet posts calling them misleading or fake news now since January given many theories it is shown to be true and even in the face of factor many people still wish to believe that the gate keepers of Google and Facebook are the right they're right about what's going on with the virus its origins how it how they want to eliminate what they want to do we all fear is the being a biological weapon it was sequence to the BSL four lab in Wuhan China they they don't like you talking about that Facebook is said that they will determine if they are determining what is harmful content and will shut down anything they feel is not being reported for the public good company also says it continually tries to remove potentially harmful conspiracy theories and other falsehoods such as fake yours or incorrect information about available health resources that help organizations flag in addition social media's restricting or blocking hashtags that people are using to share coronavirus misinformation on Instagram many people already experience the noise of a pop up the clearing the story about the Mars is not credible any use the typically biased fact checkers like Snopes and others they're basically overly sensitive they will even block an article in the field of headers misleading so while many people think what Facebook is doing is admirable it should be noted that what is happening is that they are acting just like China the same type of heavy handed censorship that's what they're doing and and of course if we want to believe what they're telling us if they want to quell the rumors of covert nineteen was not the result of team right gain of function release or biological weapons for population control then they have to deal with the idea of if there's no global conspiracy to call the plot but population then they're saying something that is far more terrifying a covert nineteen is not resolved an accidental or intentional release of its not some biological weapon that has been developed for controlled population Cole van I mean just the disease has sprung out of nowhere without a designated clade there is one option that we're talking about that I that is random mutation it's been triggered naturally by the planet in that it will be the cause of a mass mortality event not just in humans but animals and they just released the headline on CNN that don't get too used to some of your animals because one or three you're gonna die within the next fifty years its go to market Alabama high marker on ground zero thank god how are you doing good let me take you on a speaker real quick that way I can hear a little better when I go ahead yeah yeah it's really good to get thirty units on the first cholera thank you I live that I live up here and I was amazed when I didn't get a busy signal but anyway I live up here in north Alabama in a pretty technical technology channel and yeah but what I liked what the military had to say about the different economies I heard what you're talking about all these biological stuff and I just wanted to say I haven't heard much in the news on this but I get a report every week on Sunday on the market outlook is M. S. row the stock market a little bit right and I just want to read you some real quick I had to go back and look at this while I was on hold because we had running on top of your head I understand here's one February second Superbowl Sunday federal agents arrested Dr Charles Lieber share of Harvard university's department of chemistry and chemical biology biology with lying to the department of defense about cheaper monthly payments of fifty thousand Hey could we see the millions are you cover Danny is that now is that now tak biological doctor and he worked in nanotech in biology and he had close ties to Wuhan and of course the question is whether or not what we're dealing with here is a biological quell device whether or not we have nano tech being used along with the disease in order for to activate and you need certain things to activated namely magnetic fields and that of course it triggered by anything from five G. two was something to be remote control so it is advanced nano tech biology being used here than we we even have a more deadly more sinister type of genetically engineered sequence type of disease that can be what does it show it awhile back called nano domestic quell where there was some information about what's called nano tech things the size of it that of a grain of sand that can be inhaled or eaten and that they can actually get them to basically quell dissent if there are people who are pro testing they can activate them give them flu symptoms they will come out and they won't play anymore it will do more protests again that's exactly what happened in China I mean you don't see Hong Kong and Beijing fighting it out anymore now do you all right well when it gets right down to the club do you think about it sometimes it's just bad guys director power in money and a lot of times also we have to remember what we hear in the news is actually just distractions or what's really going on you know what I mean yeah I'd say so a lot of it is distraction while his political distraction that's one of the reasons why I've been so angry about it everything's been happening from impeachment to now Bernie Sanders Russian agent these people do not let up any and it's nothing but distractions theater the ugly and not giving us real news about covert nineteen and I think it's because they want to be able to get their stories straight and they can push is with an agenda that basically tells us that this thing came from out of nowhere it inviting mentally with climate change climate rise or whatever this is creating this problem because.

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"colbert" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Down a website he was he will read general make every week but does Robert Colbert I think that's not a rings a bell Colbert or cold there depending on the correct I'm glad I'm glad at least three obituary what a guy I think I will be around the next day something to it no question about it all right Frank great call now let me see what was the he talked about the telephone call to the to the dead that's something actually apparently Tesla and Edison we're working on and then I guess the the the board of directors at Westinghouse or whatever the Edison was working said you better stop talking at our share prices are gonna hit the hit the floor my dad is in New York my ad welcome to coast is my ad there on the wildcard line yes good morning gentlemen excellent show rejected night I'm gonna ask a three part question and I listened over the AM first rigid I'd like to know whether you've looked at I mean coaches had gas nexus magazine and that's classified to bad people who say and I doubt experiments with actual time machines is the first part second I'd like to know if you looked at the Montauk alleged time travel a and Easton Montauk Long Island New York and lastly I'd like you to flesh out I think he got it right in the country moving toward a sorry tarian isn't so I like to know if you got to live slash some of those are the Associated qualities out and also if you didn't handle September eleven oh one as a false flag flag big alive would you look into it and consider it a doing a sequel because we all need to start to deal with the truth and if you have my quest and I listened over the air thank you for that all right Richard you join handle the nine eleven as a as a false flag how do you handle it in the book is it the sort of the official narrative I do have a handle it is the official narrative and it did I do have issues problems with the with the conspiracy theories and to S. as in the case with with a lot of conspiracy theories one of the core problems that I see is it comes down to the well two things one is that the motive why but then in the yeah conspiracy theories often fall apart at that that point but the other thing is that the as is the case with many of these these conspiracy theories having to keep it quiet I mean we can't keep anything quiet brings the simplest things and so these monumental conspiracy theories I just don't see how you could possibly keep quiet now all that set this there are a number of credible eyewitness accounts that report that they heard explosions and there is as an interesting and can seemingly credible theory for that might explain that and of.

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"colbert" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"colbert" Discussed on NFL Live

"The ESPN ABC coverage also vailable on the ESPN app among the storylines here, although happening outside of the combine is the future of antenna ground. We reported that last week Antonio met with Steelers ownership and the two sides shook hands and agreed to move on speculation. Is that Antonio Brown will be traded? Kevin colbert. The Steelers GM addressed the media earlier today. Josina Anderson was there and Joel ask you what you took away from his comments will. Yes, Wendy Steelers general manager. Kevin Colbert stated earlier today here at the NFL combine that interest in Tonio Brown has grown since he made the comment that at least three teams are potentially interested in. Reading for the Steelers wide receiver. But that he would prefer to send a b two a team. They don't play that much while balancing that with the need of having to get adequate compensation for a player of that caliber. But would actually stood out to me about the Comisetti made today was that he said the organization is still open to welcoming AB back. Again, anything we do has to benefit us. If it doesn't then we won't well again Tonio Brown's one of the best players in the National Football League. And you know, we'd like to have him on our team. So if you lose a player like that if you decide to take a player like that off your team, your best have the compensation that will justify removing that player, and that would be significant compensation either in the form of a draft pick or picks or player and picks. Just so you can try to balance off the great loss that will happen. If you lose a player. But given eighties apparent mindset of wanting a fresh start out of Pittsburgh, I asked Colbert is there really a path towards mending fences, if he's not able to execute a change, and he said or trade rather. And he said that listen things can't change players get emotional during and after games, and that really is the nature of the sport. But he said the teams that benefit are the ones that can manage those emotions anything that Tomlin is particularly good at that particularly with treating players like men, and he also wanted to emphasize that from his perception, he does not think that there's any dysfunction in the Steelers locker room Wendy back to you. Joe joe? Thank you. And really what? Kevin Colbert is doing here is just smart business. He's protecting that market for Tonio Brown. He knows they wanna move him. He's going to try to keep that prices high as he can. But he is right about one thing. He is one of the more dynamic players in the National Football League. But I wanna start where Joe Joe left off. Do we have a bigger picture issue here within the Pittsburgh locker room? It'll. Without being there. Obviously day-to-day you can't really say the fiddly that you do. But there's enough smoke of surrounding football team to say that maybe coach Tomlin will have to. Whereas he gives a lot of players and he gets his team overall. A lot of leeway in order to act in order for them to make good decisions and act as men where there's a lot of trust between the two maybe needs a dial a little bit of that back in maybe he needs to kind of like put his foot down a little bit more. And I don't want to speak for Mike because Mike been very very successful. Coach in someone who I respect greatly for what he's accomplished in the NFL. But there's always chatter coming out of this football team. There's always something that's going on with this team where people were talking about this team. And then it doesn't have to do with things that are happening on the football field, which is where coaches want to keep it ultimately. And so every coach is always trying to evolve and self assess where they're at as far as their leadership style and their leadership effectiveness. I don't think there's there's no difference here with Mike, and I think there's enough evidence to say this maybe this needs to tighten it up a little bit around there in Pittsburgh because this. A good football team. And quite honestly the football team. That's underperform relative to what they're experts Todd just a future. Antonio Brown affect the draft in any way, shape or form given where he may end up figured out -solutely..

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