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The Dan Bongino Show
RedState: AOC Simped for TikTok & Walked Right Into Corruption Scandal
"When in doubt ladies and gentlemen as to why politicians like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are doing things that seem counterintuitive in many cases like shilling for the Chinese Communist Party you always have to follow the money Banshee red state AOC simp for TikTok and walked right into an unbelievable corruption scandal What's that scandal Well a new report is casting doubt on Ocasio-Cortez's motivation According to Fox News TikTok's parents company ByteDance gave the Hispanic congressional caucus foundation $150,000 back in December This is crazy Guess who sits on the advisory board of that same foundation Wouldn't you guess look at that that's so crazy Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Who now finds her in the finds herself in the position of defending the same Chinese Communist Party that threw a 150 K is foundation she's on So I'm sure it had nothing to do with it Just like Biden's weakness on China is nothing to do with his Biden family ink operation getting big paychecks from Jim sat at right folks Total kuwaiti day Just ignore it These are not the joints you're looking for Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain And idiots on the left fall for it
Mike Gallagher Podcast
AOC Believes Parents Having a Say in School Is 'Fascism'
"You want nuts? I'll give you nuts. Let me give you Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez railing against the prospect of parents knowing what their kids are being taught. Railing against parents having a say in what their kids are being taught, kids as young as kindergarten. They are asking the Republican Party to keep culture wars out of classrooms. Our children need urgent and aggressive educational solutions. The American library association coming out against this Republican proposal. When we talk about progressive values, I can say what my progressive value is. And that is freedom over fascism. Thank you. Gentlemen, this time has expired. The gentleman freedom over fascism, so it's fascistic for parents to have any knowledge or say in their child's education.
AP News Radio
Ex-Twitter execs deny pressure to block Hunter Biden story
"At a Capitol Hill hearing former Twitter executives deny that was pressure to block a story in 2020 about President Biden's son, House oversight committee chair James comer says the story was in the New York Post, involving Hunter Biden's laptop. Twitter censorship of a news article that shed light on Joe Biden's involvement in his family's suspicious business deal. Former Twitter head of trust and safety Joel Roth says they were worried about a cyberattack by another government on a presidential election. I believe Twitter aired in this case because we wanted to avoid repeating the mistakes of 2016. New York Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says the committee could be talking about healthcare, civil rights voting rights. But instead, we're talking about hardened to Biden's half fake laptop story. I mean, this is an embarrassment. Republicans maintain social media companies, including Twitter, are biased against them. Ed Donahue, Washington.
The Charlie Kirk Show
AOC Gets Heated on the House Floor
"Got very upset. AOC is speaking on the House floor about the ingrate, Elon Omar, Alexander Ocasio-Cortez, was really fired up that Elon Omar is no longer on the foreign affairs committee. AOC is celebrating black history month by pretending to be black, play cut 94. Don't tell me that this is about an condemnation of anti semitic remarks when you have a member of the Republican caucus who have talked about Jewish space lasers and an entire amount of tropes and also elevated her to some of the highest committee assignments in this body. This is about targeting women of color in the United States of America. Don't tell me because I didn't get a single. Time is expired. Thank you. And she's jumping around, the extra rhetorical blackface, okay? It's called code switching is what it is to try to talk like a black person. I think it's really insulting, honestly, an incredibly racist and bigoted, and they never get called out on it ever.
The Officer Tatum Show
I Hope That People Go to Jail Over the Hunter Biden Laptop...
"I hope that people go to jail over the Hunter Biden laptop. Just kind of funny the two tier system because, you know, if somebody on the Trump side had a fraction of what Hunter Biden has had in the documents that have been revealed from a laptop, I mean, they'll be buried. I mean, Donald Trump haven't done half of what Hunter Biden has done. But I don't care if he's a president or not. The fact of it, the fact of the matter is he has relationship with the current president. But your boy Hunter Biden had done way worse stuff. And everybody just acting like it didn't matter. I saw some, I saw some stuff that came from another laptop somewhere. I don't know what it is. I saw it on the Internet, somebody was putting it out there. I mean, this dude is like such a degenerate. He's literally got prostitutes with these women that look like prostitutes. He sniffing cocaine off their naked bodies. And for some of y'all who ain't saved that sound like a good time. But in reality, you are a degenerate person. And your daddy's the president of the United States. It's like, you know, it's like on a smaller level, it's like the embarrassment that your son would bring to you if he's getting suspended from school and you're the president. I mean, you're the principal at the school.
The Officer Tatum Show
Why Is It OK for Black People to Simp for the Democrats?
"I want to just wrap up what I was saying about the guy Eddie glowed, I think his name maybe, you know, the gentleman was on the show, you know, telling me, you already talked about black people, but see black people get on TV and talk like that. So why is it okay that black people have a profession at getting on TV in line about black people and simping for the Democrat party? But when I get on here and just tell the truth, people some people get upset. There is no way whatsoever on God's green earth. Should a man with a connected brain stem? Get on television and say Black Lives Matter is the most significant modern movement of our lifetime. You're talking about burning buildings, killing people, the cofounders buying mansions in white neighborhoods. They can't even at least steal the money to buy mansions in the hood somewhere. Or build stuff in the hood. Bill real estate and your real estate portfolio in the hood. Oh no, they can't do that. They got to steal the money from the black man and then go buy stuff in the white neighborhood and swear that they only about black lives. Now, I don't care what you buy your house there, but just don't be a hypocrite while you're doing it.
The Officer Tatum Show
We Need Support and Love for Police Officers
"I think it's significant that we continue to grow support for law enforcement officers. I was thinking about doing something the other day. I work with this company that they make these patches for hats. And they make custom patches for us all the time and we, you know, we sell out of those things. But I had one idea that I was like, I want to make one for police. Because in the middle of all the hate towards cops, we really need support and love for police officers. And I'll say that, you know, my thought process was that we'll make a design and then proceeds would go to a police foundation. That helps police officers with the PTSD and things that I'm talking about. And if I do that, I'll let you guys know you can check it out on my social media at the office to Tatum. On social media, but I really want to do something to counterbalance this assault against police officers. You know, is this really funny? Because it bothers me that people who have never put on a badge criticize police officers, it bothers me sometimes.
The Officer Tatum Show
NYPD Sees Largest Staff Exodus in Decades
"There's a mass exodus that it's occurring switch to background. That's occurring in America. Of police officers. Good men and women primarily good men and women. I would argue that most police officers are good men and women who serve, they are exiting, leaving police departments all over the country leaving the citizens in the city un patrolled in many capacities. I just want to talk about the New York police department, some 3700 New York member New York police officers have quit or retired last year alone. This has not been seen in New York since 2002. I'm on 20 years ago. 20 plus, 21 years ago. My math is right. 3700 people, either quit or retire last year.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Cops Are Humans Too
"We need to show the world what lessons we can learn from this tragedy district attorney mulroy, said during the press conference, in which the charges were announced, but perhaps the lesson is simply this. Policing is a human endeavor, and is therefore subject to the shortcomings of the human condition. Which means that some people, cups included, will sometimes act out of malevolence. Okay? How do I know that this guy is not on the left? Because what he said is thoughtful. That's how I know. It's as simple as that. For some police critics, this reality is unsatisfactory, exactly right. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, for example, decried via Twitter, the effort to separate the officers who murdered Tyree Nichols from the system of policing that produced them. Well, I'll tell you, I would be willing to look into the system of policing that produced them. Or the best people applying to be police, or has the left made it a normal suicidal act. Or potentially suicidal act. To be a policeman.
"cortez" Discussed on Crypto Current
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"cortez" Discussed on Crypto Current
"In cases in which a malicious actor comes and buys most of the voting power or plays the game games, the system in a way that they are able to concentrate most of the voting power at the end of the day, governance structures are always superseded by social consensus, meaning that and I guess it's easy to give an example to explain what I mean. So I don't know if anyone here is involved with cosmos, but around March earlier it is here, one of the biggest change in cosmos called the Juno, they had a new job last year, and somebody gave the system in Juneau such that they were able to concentrate like 30% of the voting power based on gaming the AirDrop system. And that was a huge risk for the entire community because it had a huge voting power in the thyroid decision making of the Darwin also validation of the chain and so on. So they had a separate proposal in which they literally said, you know what? Those tokens are not yours. We're going to take them away. And that was a huge deal back in back in March or February of this year when that happened. Because I was one of the first times or one of the first times since the Dao hack of Ethereum in which the community basically said, you know what? We're going to erase the canon historical situation or the historical state with or we're going to reshape the historical state that the blockchain is keeping track of. And some people were enraged. Some people voted against it. It was like a huge political issue. But that just goes to show that at the end of the day, the same way that this happened with Juno, or the same way that it happened with Ethereum during the Dao hack, social consensus always supersedes the governance system. So if it happens to be that somebody comes in in a malicious way, completely buys out of the house, the people that organize it, or could just create a new one, exit, change the consensus if they all agree to the user. So there's also, I guess, one of the bigger views of crypto is the right to fork the right to leave the right to exit. The same way that Ethereum had the right to exit when the dollar hack happened or Juno's right to exit when the air job gaming happens. So social consensus kind of always supersedes what is agreed upon in the governance and I guess as part of the beard is like if the community still wants to do something good, they can agree to continue to do that good regardless of the death act, I guess. So in that same vein and I'm skipping ahead, but social consensus is an interesting one because everyone has different levels of ability of influence, some people may just not have any charisma. And that's going to impact how people though and how people influence others within the organization or within the Dow. How do you think that plays a part in voting and it just general generally how that impacts dows? Well, I guess there's two ways where you can make decisions. There's concave decision making and convex decision making, which is kind of expanded upon really well by vitalik and some of his latest writings. So in some instances, it's better to have a consensus of people making decisions. Let's say concave decision making where you have option a an option B in plotted on a chart, it makes an arc like that. And you can decide whether to allocate funds to project a project B and maybe in that instance, it wouldn't be as good to dedicate a token specifically to one project, but instead diversify your bet and help both projects with a better likelihood of one of them succeeding. So that is a decision made on a concave chart. And it's better to get that consensus. And then you've got convex decision making where you have decision a, let's say, a military perspective and you want to attack a target here with your forces, or there's another target here, and you can choose one or the other. Or you can do both and divide your troops and in that instance, you divide the troops. It's a convex decision and in that instance, it's not as favorable of a decision to do both and reach a consensus. So in that, in that case, Dao's really aren't suitable for every single. Everything you want to do. You don't need to do everything. Sometimes you need subjective leadership to step up and make decisions. So in that case, it's not really a one size fits all in my, in my mind. I think that's just kind of a challenge of humans more so than there are about those. I think it's present everywhere. If you go to an interview, you never smile and you do an X interview and use my all the time. I would be willing to bet that humans are biased or social creatures and at the end of the day, your charismatic, it's easier to do things that involve other humans. And I guess there's also points to a deeper issue with those that are even crypto as a whole, a lot of people try to eliminate the human element in crypto, or they say crypto is about trust elimination. And I don't necessarily agree. I think you can't get rid of the human aspect of it because at the end crypto is just trying to give us a tool or a technology or a base layer to build a new societal structure on top of and society at the end of the day is made of humans. So it's not so much about completely removing the human of the equation or completely removing trust from the equation, but about minimizing it. So what are some of the processes that governance processes that you can build so that you can minimize the trust they have in a specific humans or minimize the impact of charisma in the decision making or in the voting power or whatever. But at the end of the day, I think that was encrypted as a whole or still about humans and humans are social creatures and that's something that we need to be aware of as we think through the governance systems of those and we think about a thousand general or crypt in general. Humans are part of the equation. And this is an issue about humans. Totally. So the next question is about information and voter participation. Maybe I'm intermitting too much, but I'm never a well informed voter. And I think that that's a big flaw of mine, but it's really hard to be a well informed voter, especially like going to vote in Austin and there's just so many things that I should be read up on that I'm not. And then voting participation is also really hard. So given that a dowel is structured around mostly voter participation and everyone being well educated and well informed and holding people accountable, how do you think that plays a role into voting with daos? Well, I think just to start, it's important that you join something that you're actively passionate about, whether it's a product, you want to create an investment, you have a good thesis on or a social cause that you feel really passionately about. And if that's the case, then you don't have to try to force everyone to participate and vote. But instead, it's much easier to be a shepherd of doing it on your own and if not, those members can often leave or they can be maybe incentivized, but at the end of the day, these are very social things where you join it because you love it. And if that's the case, then participation should relatively be high.
Predicting the Future of DAOs
"Right, so first question I have is I've met some people that are major evangelists of dows. They think dows are going to completely change the future and are super innovative and I personally don't quite see that just yet, but again, I'm not involved in a dowel so maybe I'm missing something but to me they resemble company with voting rights or social clubs like Soho house. So I'm curious what your take is on what innovation and how much progress a doubt can contribute versus existing models. So I think dows are really exciting because when I left college I was pretty determined to start a company and so you go through all the steps of forming an LLC and that can be kind of a barrier of entry to a lot of people. Then you have the ability to as people were unifying and things that they were all commonly interested in on Reddit. A lot of people have explained daos as a Reddit with a bank account, which I think is kind of cool and a little bit accurate. So instead of people having to go and figure out how to start a company, there's all these dows created whether they're social Dow's investment dials or product dials. But something that everyone's interested in, where they can essentially go and it's fully automated and they can onboard themselves and essentially start or be a part of a company very seamlessly without having to go through the LLC registration, eins plugged into a bank account. All the other additional tax burdens that go with that as well. So I think it's kind of cool that you can very easily go and become a part of something that's interesting to you.
The Officer Tatum Show
AOC, GOP Rep. Gosar Talking in House Has Twitter Abuzz
"This article says that Twitter freaks out over AOC, chatting with GOP lawmakers during speaker vote. Somebody made reference that it wasn't on the 2023 bingo card. It says observers tune into the house speakers vote on Tuesday were surprised to find known rivals Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Paul goes off from Arizona, chatting casually in the House chambers. In a clip captured by C-SPAN and Wiley shared online gosar and Ocasio-Cortez seated alongside one another are engaging in what appears to be a friendly conversation during the break after House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy speakership bid fail short of the required 218 votes. The exchange was shocking, largely because of the lawmakers continuous history with one another, which came to a head when gosar tweeted an animation spoof video depicting violence against AOC and President Biden. At the time AOC accused gosar of being a white supremacist. Kosar was censured, censured, which is a different word and censored, censured, and stripped of his committee assignments as a result.
The Charlie Kirk Show
AOC Opens Door to Potential Deal With Republicans
"Newest news as well, Alexandria kazuyo Cortez says that she will not rule out working with moderate Republicans to resolve the speaker battle. But would not support Kevin McCarthy saying that they would need a more consensus candidate and Democrats would need more concessions. She says, hey, if we can get on committees and get some chairs, it would be worth it. This is where this is now potentially heading. If we can not find. A potential Speaker of the House. Someone says here, I think Kevin McCarthy is a traitor and a liar to the American people. He's not to be trusted. And does not have what it takes to stand up to the corruption selling out the American people.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Nine Republicans Who Voted for Spending Bill Are Already Out the Door
"It averted a government shutdown. It averted the proverbial lump of coal and governor government workers stockings, you know, all of the hoopla that you hear. 4000 pages, and I like to put it into context. You all know what a ream of paper looks like that you put in a copy machine. Now multiply that ream of paper by 8. That's how many pages was in this bill. The vote was 225 to two O one. All of the Democrats but two voted in favor. Representative Ocasio-Cortez of New York voted against it because apparently it wasn't liberal enough and representative to leave voted present by proxy. Let's just think about how ridiculous that is. She voted present by proxy. Thanks for making the tough choice and showing up for work on top of it. Well, in any case, Democrats lost too. Still had enough to pass. And yet 9 Republican members of the U.S. House in the last act of the session voted in favor. Now here's the interesting thing about that. 7 of the 9 Republicans who voted for the omnibus spending bill? Are out the door. It was the last vote they would take as a member of Congress. And so they showed their true colors. By voting for this bloated spending bill.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Steve Bannon Shows Frustration After Trump's NFT Announcement
"You've got Steve Bannon bagging on you for the major announcement being you're selling digital trading cards in time for Christmas, well, that's pretty profound. Here's what Steve said yesterday on his war on his show war room, he had Steve Cortez and our friend and colleague. They're all Friends. We know them all. And here's also Sebastian gorka, our Salem colleague was on set with him. Listen to this exchange, listen to Steve Bannon's deep frustration over Trump's announcement. He's one of the greatest presidents in history. If I got to tell you, whoever what business partner and anybody in the comms team and anybody Mar-a-Lago and I love the folks down there, but we're war. They ought to be fired today. You came out with something that's so important, which I still don't think gets to the heart of it. And hey, you don't have three harder cores than Cortez Bannon and sub gorkin. So when we're getting blown up all day. So he's I can't do it anymore. I can't do this anymore. They had a fire whoever gave him that advice as Steve Bannon about as loyal to Donald Trump, a guy as you'll meet.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Charlamagne Tha God: Dems Don't Have Anyone to Face Trump-DeSantis
"Here with Charlemagne the God, he's a real popular podcaster, I guess, and radio host out of New York. He was on Comedy Central over the weekend. Listen to what Charlemagne the God said about the Democrats having to go up against Ron DeSantis or Donald Trump. Well, we know in 2020 four it's going to be desantis and Trump, but I think we should scare people to get the Democrats going, nobody. Yeah. Yeah. So I disagree with that. I think we have a long bench, right? So we have Elizabeth Warren, who's a possibility. Come on. We have governor Whitmer in Michigan. It was a possibility. We have Jamal Bowman, who's a possibility. We have congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez, the rest of the squadron. Will you be old enough button? She'll be old enough. Here's the other thing. The largest growing voting. You think America is ready to vote for somebody that have someone aggressive like that? Absolutely. They can't even get abortions. How are they going to be president? The large weight? The largest growing voting block in the country are millennials and Gen Z okay. That's her base that's her generation. She can absolutely get it done. And again, Jamal Bowman might be on the ballot in 2024. Who knows, right? It's about him. It's about shifting the consciousness of America and painting a vision of what's possible. No one on the Republican side can do that. And no traditional Democrats are doing that like our younger, more progressive base in the house. I mean, there's respectfully, I ain't nobody that can beat the Santa's to Trump. That's charlamagne the God. He says, I say this respectful. There's nobody that can beat desantis and Trump. An interesting how he put them together. You notice that? Wouldn't that be something? How about that ticket? How about a Trump desantis? Oh, I don't know, desantis Trump ticket.
"cortez" Discussed on WTOP
"The top stories we are following for you on WTO control of the U.S. House remains uncertain as the GOP struggles to pull together a slim majority. Meanwhile, Democrats are not pronounced projected to maintain control of the Senate. After Nevada voters reelected democratic senator, Catherine Cortez masto. House speaker Nancy Pelosi is mulling her future on Sunday Pelosi said on news programs. She will decide in the next couple of weeks whether to pursue another term as the democratic leader of the House of Representatives. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. It's for 17 turkeys interior minister says police have arrested the person who planted the bomb that killed 6 people and injured another 81 Sunday. She says the suspect is a woman. They justice ministry has said she was sitting on a bench in the area for about 40 minutes and that after she stood up and left the area that a bag exploded. Now it's on clear if she detonated that blast or if somebody else did or if there was a timer indeed in the bag, this has definitely come as a shock to this city, even though there have been bombings here in the past. That was back mainly between 2015 and 2017, bombings not only in Istanbul, but also an Ankara. And people have been very much worrying. Are we back to that? Correspondent orla guerin. Traffic
Dennis Prager Podcasts
How Blake Masters and Kari Lake Can Win Arizona
"Steve Cortez, you're optimistic about Arizona. That's fascinating. Tell me why in the case of both Carrie Lake and Blake masters. Yes. Well, in the case of Carrie Lake. I think it's clearer there that there remaining batches of ballots that are outstanding and not Charlie Turk by way did a great job to get into all the details of this. But when you look at it just mathematically in terms of the probability where the remaining votes are, the percentages that she has already accrued in those very jurisdictions and the total outstanding. It's very likely that not only is she going to win, but actually by a reasonably comfortable margin. I don't mean 10%. But I mean, by a few percent. And I think she has made that case quite well herself as have others who have looked deeply into the numbers. Now, it's much less clear on Blake masters. I will admit that. But I'm facing my optimism there, primarily on talking directly to him and to his campaign team. They believe that it's going to be very, very close, but on a similar trajectory in half as Carrie Lake just not as numerically big a margin. I want to say, by the way, speaking of reasons why we underperformed. And again, we're going to take the house, I believe we're going to take the Senate. So there are also reasons to rejoice. But at the same time, it's like an athletic team wins, but didn't play as well as they should have. They should be introspect. Every good coach does that to a team. Okay, you won, but I'm actually going to be across you than if you lost. Because you underperformed. Another reason looking at underperformers. Why is Blake masters in this? This showdown was apparently being a photo finish. A big part of the reason is that Mitch McConnell decided to use his tens of millions of dollars as massive war chests on fights that are ultimately futile, for example, on Doctor Oz in Pennsylvania, a terrible candidate who never should have been our nominee or on the intra Republican Party feud in Alaska rather than giving one penny. He didn't spend anything on Blake masters in Arizona. And even if Blake masters ultimately loses, he clearly was an incredibly effective candidate to come this close and I think he's going to win, but I'm saying even if he were to lose, he has proven that he's an incredibly effective candidate as a newcomer to politics to take on an incumbent well funded senator like Mark Kelly and take him right down to the wire.
The Dan Bongino Show
Adam Laxalt: Nevada Was Never That Blue
"Look I think first and foremost we were never that blue Donald Trump lost by two points in 2020 My opponent Catholic Cortez masto won by two 1016 and by the way she wouldn't have one if our candidate that year did an unendorse Trump in the final week of the election And so we have been this razor thin tossed up state and this year finally that they are not able to blame Republicans for what's going wrong We have a Democrat governor Democrat House and Senate in this state We have a Democrat president Democrat House and Senate nationally And so once we got our job done I'm reminding everybody that all the pain they feel right now whether it's just a pump or in the grocery stores or in our communities which are less safe all these things are Democrat policy And I firmly believe that our independent voters are reasonable moderate Democrats they want nothing to do with this radical agenda They don't want this wokeism and our schools They don't like all this pro criminal policy and the anti police rhetoric all this stuff is a big big big thing that is tied together for people to understand when you change And we've run a consistent strong alternative we're going to support law and we're going to push for a secure border We're going to stop spending money Hopefully we get these gavels and we hold some hearings and get to the bottom of Doctor Fauci and these people that helped shut down our country We need to make sure that never happens again and people are ready for that People understand we need that to move forward as a country
The Charlie Kirk Show
How Would the GOP Be Doing If There Was Parity on TV?
"Republicans be doing. If there was parody on television. I mean, a New Hampshire, Maggie Hassan and spent $36 million to Don bollocks 2 million and he's up a point in the polls. And one of the reasons this has happened is because every major power center, every major kind of opinion shaping institution kind of any place that there are elites in America have gone completely off the rails in the direction of the woke of the postmodern of the deconstructionist of the post structuralist. Warnock outspending walker 76 million to 32 million. Cortez masto 47 million na laxalt's 12 million. It really is a testament to these candidates of how hard they've campaigned how they've been on message. It is important for us to acknowledge that for the foreseeable future, Republicans will be outspent in almost every single race across the country for the next decade. There is a price of becoming the muscular class party. There is a price of becoming the party of the plumber, the electrician. And the price is that when inflation comes your way, it's really hard to finance campaigns. People have less discretionary or you should say disposable income to be able to spend on these things because they're getting crushed by all these policies that the oligarchs are doing just fine. They have more money to spend than ever before.
"cortez" Discussed on Crypto Current
"cortez" Discussed on Crypto Current
"Are you looking for more ways to engage with cryptocurrency during your day and week? One of the best ways is to follow us on our social channels. You can check us out on Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, and TikTok. We even have a private telegram channel for all of those who check in to our weekly Clubhouse Sessions. So if you aren't following us yet, or had the chance to see our latest content, please give us all today. You can find the links to our socials and our show notes and on our website. Cryptocurrency is happy to announce the acme conference. Austin is going to make it. Our inaugural event will celebrate the vibrance of Austin's web three ecosystem by featuring a curated slate of panel conversations with the community's subject matter experts, promoting the local culture of innovation and setting a president for web three event accessibility by providing an in person event. Join us at the speak easy venue on Congress street for an amazing experience filled with networking, marketing, receive alpha and enjoy the happy hour party to bring it all home. For more information, go to ag me con dot com. That's AG MIC dot com. Please get your tickets and we look forward to seeing you there. Hello everyone. Welcome to another episode of cryptocurrency your host here, Richard carthan. Today I got a very special one for you. So today we're going to be talking about another amazing speaker that we have at the upcoming agne conference that's going to be on Friday, October 28th. I had the pleasure of being introduced to Alexei Cortez, who is the head of community at earth, a really cool project that I'm excited to speak a little bit more about today with you. So Alexi, how are you doing? I'm doing good. The weather's finally cooling down in Austin. The marriage is in two days, so overall I can't complain. Yeah, a lot to be excited about, especially the weather it's been a historic hot one this summer, but enjoying it cooling off a little bit. But you've been in this space for a while now, kind of what I just learned a little bit more about you in your background. Can you just give us a little bit on your background? Yeah, sure. So I'll start present day and then I'll go backwards, but I have been officially working in web three like 9 to 5 jobs since December of last year, a daughter of where a smaller startup. So the head of community head of community titles a bit deceiving. I'm like classic startup where you have to wear multiple hats, so I'm like technically a product manager also doing a ton on the community side. But anyway, I joined in December of last year. And prior to joining daughter, I was at Facebook on the gaming team. So I had entered with Facebook during college and I was placed on the gaming team. I'm not a gamer, I was actually pretty upset. I was on the gaming team. I wanted to be on travel or ecommerce or something that I thought was more cool. And then I ended up loving gaming and stayed in gaming and I went back to work for Facebook after I graduated mostly doing ad sales with gaming clients and then towards the end of my time at Facebook was focusing really heavily on Facebook's instant gaming platform, which is like their App Store. So you don't need to download games. You can just go to Facebook gaming and play whatever games are on there. And yeah, and I started looking into web three, probably September, like this time last year. I had one friend that had just left Facebook. And she minted some NFT and sold it for like 40,000 and then did it again the next day for like 20,000. And I was like, oh my God, I need to stop what I'm doing. And start looking into web three and so that's kind of what started my web three career and then ended up going to NFT NYC and meeting my current boss. Casually and very randomly at a happy hour. And so we ended up connecting and hitting it off and now I work a daughter. So that's so awesome. There's two things I want to three things I want to take away. One, you go from the traditional web two space being at a place like Facebook and then seeing how looking at just not just the focus around gaming, but how it's now going even looking at the metaverse and how all of that's kind of evolving. So you saw kind of that transition starting to happen there. But then getting introduced to the NFT space seeing how money was being made in the opportunities that were there going to a conference in New York and now meeting your new employer. So the two things I want to take away from that was there's so much great opportunity in the NFT space and realm. But then also the importance of being able to go to in person events to be able to meet a network people because you never know just by being in the same room with someone that might be a synergistic way to find a way to collaborate and work together. So I think that's just a really cool tidbit on just you never know being in the right place at the right time can lead to the next
There Are No Girls on the Internet
"cortez" Discussed on There Are No Girls on the Internet
"I just thought to myself they got inside. It felt like my brain was able to have so many thoughts in that moment. So AOC never said that rioters were in her hallway. That's a claim she never made, but that didn't stop Nancy mace from tweeting, I'm two doors down from AOC and no insurrectionist stormed our hallway. Even though AOC never said they did. Now, in AOC's Instagram Live, she recounted hearing somebody bang on her office door, come into her office and say, where is she? At the time, she was afraid that rioters had found her, but she later realized this person was a capital police officer who was there to help her. Now, after this, we saw really ugly trends on Twitter like hashtag AOC lied and hashtag Alexandria Ocasio Smollett, comparing her to Jussie Smollett to suggest that she was making up her account. Despite it being corroborated by multiple people like representative Katie Porter and Bernie Sanders aide are a Raven. So this is actually a really good example of how disinformation works in real time. This complete distortion of what AOC said has become part of the public dialog, despite it being based on lies. After this, AOC tweeted, the sad thing about disinformation is that once the truth comes out, the damage has already been done. People have already been misled, radicalized and believe lies to the point where their hatred is brewed to violence. That's what led to the 6, and that's what's happening now. And you know what? She's right. After she bravely shared her story of what happened at the capitol and connected it to being a survivor of sexual assault, she faced a coordinated public disinformation campaign. And sadly, this is not an isolated thing for women of color in the public political eye. Leslie Mack is a prominent digital activist and organizer who I work with at ultraviolet, where we create resources to curb sexist racist disinformation, like our media guide that you can find on the show description. And sadly, Leslie really knows what it's like to face these kinds of attacks online. You're a longtime digital organizer, activist, someone who spends a lot of time making the world a better place via the Internet. How did you get into this work? Tell me about your role in this work. Yeah, my role as work started in the digital space in 20 14. I started organizing faith spaces online after I joined Twitter. I had been on Twitter for like 2008 or something, which seems like ages ago. And I had started doing some legislative organizing that way. We were working in New Jersey to ban the box and also some bail reform initiatives. And so a lot of that initial digital organizing work was around legislative work, which was really interesting. And at the time, a little cutting edge, not a lot of folks were doing it, but we kind of dipped our toes in and started organizing folks online. And then after Mike Brown was murdered, feminist Jones had kind of put this call out from Twitter to say, hey, would you be interested in hosting a vigil? And your city this week. And I was like, sure, I could do one in Philly. And I call that the moment that the full digital organizer that is Leslie Mack was born. So that's where I started out with organizing that first vigil of Philadelphia. The national moment of silence. And I guess I liked it because I just kept on going. Yeah, you're kind of a prolific digital organizer. You're someone who I feel is it was one of the sort of when I think about some of the foundational black feminists who were showing up online, I definitely think about you. And full disclosure, you and I worked together at ultraviolet. And so yesterday was kind of a long, wild day for folks who are online and in feminist spaces online because we saw AOC really being at the center of this coordinated right wing disinformation campaign against her after she really bravely shared her story about what happened in the insurrection on January 6th. And her own personal story as a survivor of sexual violence. And so my first question for you is, how do you see disinformation and abuse being linked? Well, they're linked on two levels. And I was talking about this with the yesterday, which is one is at the personal level, which is that abusers in our real lives, our personal lives use disinformation against us. So that tell us lies about ourselves about the world that nobody will love us. And that that's a tool that they utilize at the personal level. And what we're watching is public abusers, right? People that are abusing the system. People that are using people within it, using disinformation for that same purpose, which is to degrade denigrate and deny the experiences, real life experiences of marginalized people. So we're watching that play out with AOC. You know, she bravely not only shared her story, but she went personally one to one to the people, which I think this is such a digital story in and of itself that she took to IG live to have this hour long conversation. And the way I saw it play out. I didn't know she was live until I saw on Twitter. People were tweeting about it. And they were like, wow, AOC is doing XYZ. And I said, oh, let me go over to IG and watch her. So I was watching her and while that was happening, somebody was starting a Clubhouse room to talk about it to debrief it, shout out to Tracy corridor. And then as I was watching it, it said, oh, Katie Porter's going to be talking about this IG live on MSNBC shortly. So it was this moment of like, wow, all of this digital stuff was happening. It was pinging and creating waves all over the place. And then subsequently, that's what we watched was the abusers that AOC was naming in her IG live, namely, folks like Marjorie Taylor Greene and really all the insurrectionists that seditionists elected that supported the coup on January 6th. And they've subsequently now tried to discount her personal experience in this harrowing moment. And it's been wild to watch people just blatantly lie, you know, one of her fellow Congress Congress people said, oh, I'm two doors down from her. And there were no nobody in the hallway. And then we find out that the person evacuated before anything happened. The level of disinformation is really disturbing to watch in real time. Yeah, it is completely like a coordinated attack so you're talking about Nancy maids from South Carolina. So she tweeted yesterday, I'm two doors down from AOC and no insurrectionist stormed our hallway. But that day she herself tweeted on January 6th that she was being evacuated because of this threat. She described it as, quote, a nearby threat. She later did an interview I think on Good Morning America where she said that she was so frightened by what happened that she stayed overnight in her office. She was her motherly instance kicked in and that she was so afraid for her life that she was thinking about bringing a gun with her to Capitol Hill from now on because she was so afraid. And so that's how she talked about it right after it happened. And so it's very telling that now weeks later after AOC, essentially says the same thing that I was afraid for my life, somebody knocked on the door and I was afraid for my life. She's saying that didn't happen. And I think it's really interesting how you see the way that this is coordinated. You know, we saw another big account on the right, tweeting a mapped with arrows trying to indicate that AOC was not in the capital when folks stormed. And AOC herself replied and said, your arrows are wrong. And AOC had a really good tweet where she talked about the fact that disinformation, one of the ways that it plays out is that once it's out there in the public narrative, it doesn't matter if it's not based in reality or if it's an outright fabrication, that becomes part of the narrative for.
Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"cortez" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"I think people in. Today's politically correct to that he does. He has no relation to christopher columbus whatsoever because they did okay christopher columbus. Oh my god. I did take the twenty three and me. I was afraid of that. But i'm i'm in the clear. Columbus christopher columbus or jesus like either. I've gotten mormon jesus. Or jesus. I was wondering and and you know what i went to my friend's houses that were mormon and their jesus on the wall. He's happy he's like really smiling. And i liked it. Because i'm i grew up catholic. Asu jesus jesus yeah. I'm glad i didn't get pegged for catholic. Jesus now you want be happy. Jesus christ jesus exactly. It'd be the best. Jesus you can't know christopher columbus. I never knew about happy more jesus. This is the first ever got his color popped. He's got ray bans on. He's looking for. I thought you run. Never my mom goes to church every day am is she guilty catholic. Oh yes gosh guilty right now. I'm naughty word on the podcast. I'm gonna pray my opinion because all mayor ed. I can't believe he would say something like that. Yes i'm gonna pray for you. Yes price minnesota for you both. Oh my gosh my my mom. She'll she's very supportive so she'll go to my comedy shows and i'm usually pretty clean but if i say naughty words she's like she the one who got you to get into comedy she purpose. That's been the most supportive of it. Now what you said to your kid has been. The wife has been by far the most supportive then. She's great she's great. We'll have to meet the wi fi and do dinner or something someday. We'll bring josh along just for your right josh girlfriend. Oh income to then catholic this checking. We don't want too much guilt. Tender after mass. Oh god well. I have to say the rosary after the i know at least one decade for god. Well i also before we go. I just wanted to ask what. What would you guys like to plug. Where can people follow you. Listen to us on our podcast today. Show all the streaming platforms. It's free youtube dana cortez show all platforms. And then i'll obviously our social media right at dana quotas on instagram. Dj automatic easy to find. Yeah just tune in Stefan we'll be listening to you daily now. I like to support those us. I think it's important treasures So thank you so much for having us. Oh thank you for letting me have lucy boss. Oh traffic up.
Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"cortez" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Dj stuff. And i think that's if i didn't have a dj career that was separate and might probably mess with me a little bit more but like at this point. It's the dana cortez show. And i definitely want to talk about your dj career in a second. I know we're just scratching the surface speaking of which i believe. It was six grade where you first started to fall in. Love with each six intrigued by the scratch. How do you know that you this. Research talked to steer mighty and obviously listen to the show yes. Sixth grade is when my friend moved from new york to the bottom of my street and his older brother had turntables. And that's when i was like oh. I'm a dj. That is It's so cool. When you have these magic moments like that where. I i wish i would have a magical moment for when i was like. I'm going to be a podcast. Or i think it was when i was living in my mom's basement after college. But how do you locate us. How the podcast doing this for four years most replying. No never stick with there. I'm gonna start a podcast three weeks later. It's over for four years so well Erikgriffin i had him on the podcast at he was from workaholics. And he's also stand up comedian and he told me you only fail if you quit and so i'm just not gonna quit yet and i haven't failed yet and i've been able to speak with so many amazing people and i think that's what keeps me going to be honest because every time i have an interview with somebody i try and dive into their world. So the dana universe and the dj automatic universe splendid better than marvel. I might say. But i feel like i get to know a little bit about you guys..
Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"cortez" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"What a lovely banter and haven't even been made yet star number one dana cortez from the data. Cortez show clock clock clock very much stephan. Thank you for inviting me. Oh and thank you for joining and thank you as well to dj automatic. Think we'll we'll put infected posts. It'll be it'll be exciting and the two out of three of the dana cortege show. There was another member that i chose not to invite anthony a ak a cheesy fry ganic. Hot chiloe tito off sweaty behind. Say honey bacon right. Now i'm sweating right now. I knew i smelled a barbershop though. Is that more cameras in the head. Mugshot here this is a lot going. Oh it's beautiful. Car star lovely.
Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"cortez" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Oh i have very bad. The staff and i speak italian but i also speak english with an italian accent. Sometimes because i'm just that sheik and sophisticated. This episode is equally. She can sophisticated because it has to amazing guests. Not just one. It's got dana. Cortez from the dana cortez show and dj automatic from dana. Cortez show any also. Dj's surprisingly enough the named him. Give it away everett. So we're going to move on. And i just wanna tell you. It was such a cool episode dana and dj automatic. They also work with anthony. Who has been on one of the previous episodes. I can't remember which number because i don't know which number were on right now. However they are amazing people. All three of them and dana went in a little bit. About how the dana cortez show came to be with a little bit of help and support from dj automatic and now she is the first latin american woman to have a nationally syndicated radio show which is freaking amazing after all the stuff that she had to do and we talk a little bit about her trials and tribulations we also talked about. Dj automatic his real name and his other dj names that he tried to take before dj automatic as well as so many other life lessons. little paroles sapphires. We just dug up so many jams. And i want to sprinkle you guys with all these shiny gems. You just have to sit there and close your eyes and listen. Let it take you in unless you're watching on youtube than also keep. Your is very open. Because i edited the pu out of this episode and i think it's delightful cameraman josh by the way he he ended up producing while he ended up filming the episode which was really cool. And that's why it's really crisp clear and there are multiple angles. Because i couldn't do that stuff by my old self. So thank you joshua james boyle for all of that and thank you to all you fans. You guys are absolutely incredible you guys. I wouldn't be here without you. I'd probably be more productive my day job and i might be vice president by now but now i'm here doing a little podcast and it's amazing. It's my passion. And i love it. And i love you guys. Thank you so much for all the support if you guys want support. Dan and dj automatic. Listen to the dana. Cortez show it has the podcast now..
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"cortez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Back. Jason Mattera here, guest hosting for Dory. Monsen this afternoon, the top of the hour. We're gonna bring you Joe Biden's press conference live and following that we should hear from Jay Inslee as well as you heard from Aaron and Delivering the news. Biden is going to promote this really, really authoritarian Doesn't mind. He didn't say that there's merit and said, That's my opining on the on the news. But this this mandate for businesses, private businesses with more than 100 people, too. To either test weekly their employees or get the the vaccine And this is really starting to set up like a medical Jim Crow system where the government is telling you. Wow. If you don't inject this government Drug into your body. Then you have to be on this side. And you know there was so many worries and fears and anxieties and chest pounding and pearl clutching of Donald Trump and his fascism. Well, what is this? When you have the government telling a private business, I think a private business I I don't agree with it. Listen, if a private business who wants to have certain requirements to work in an area Probably legally can do so because it is a private business. But the government to tell a private business what they can and cannot do again for a virus that has a A, uh What would you say? Hey, Rate of what would the I mean that is solo. Um, but it has a survival rate of night for most people, 99.98%. This is no. Well, this has not been about covid for a while. Now, if you Haven't figured this out, right? This is about control. It is about a lust for power Once the appetite was wet. I mean inside. Every liberal is a totalitarian just waiting to get out. As author David Horowitz said, And it's true they got they got their, uh, they got their issue in order to have these lockdown and mandates and control who was, uh, you know who is essential. Who is not essential. This was this is like a A progressives dream come true. Oh, my I get to declare whose essential who's not essential I get to declare what you wear on your face, when and where And how. Oh, my guess. And now it doesn't stop. Even though we have gone through 18 months of lockdowns and masks and vaccine pushes and and the cash rate is higher now than it was when nobody had the vaccine. And yet more and more pushes. This is not going to persuade anyone and and in fact You're going to have more and more lawsuits. This is gonna be challenged almost immediately. My private businesses who want to be told what to do by the federal government on On their own, Uh, their own employees. Medical information. I don't want to. I mean, I know, I know. Business owners. Who said, I don't want to know my my employees Medical. It's none of my business. It's none of my bet us know their medical information, and we don't do this with anything else. Well, it is with a virus virus that has a 99.90. Survival rate. But, hey, we're gonna bring this to you live. Uh, the Yeah. Texas abortion law, and that was also news today. The Justice Department is is suing the state of Texas on violating the constitutional rights. Embedded by Rovi Way. It's not going to get the constitutionality has been described by even left wing law professors as threadbare. But, uh Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez, right, the brilliant Congress. Congressman from New York City. The bartender turn, Congresswoman. She is so she's horrified by this New Texas law. And why do we want to play this article? I see this as a little long wouldn't play this, uh Go ahead and started. Okay. Let's start when you're ready. And we're gonna hear is how we We have woke. Politics meets sane thinking and and you can hear. Well, actually highlighted underscore for you. How l C Basically engages in the erasure of of femininity and what it means to be a female in talking about an abortion law that really only effects Females, and here you go. Well, I find Governor Abbott's comments disgusting and I think there's two fold one. I don't know if he is familiar with a menstruating person's body of up. He's not familiar with the men straight Ng person's body. Now Governor. Abbott is married, and he I think he has at least one daughter, So I'm pretty sure he's familiar, probably familiar. But immense trading person's body. Mentioning person, not the female. That person. Fact, I do know that he's not familiar with a woman with a female or menstruating persons. Again and you hear that, Nicole? She almost says a woman. He's not familiar to woman are female, Uh, menstruating person's body. It's like she she realized that she made the woke faux pas there by actually saying that only women Go through the cycle. And apparently can't do that's a full pot, because, as we know men also can get pregnant. Body Because if he did, he would know that you don't have six weeks. Is that quote unquote? Six weeks and I'm sorry. We have to break it down on, you know, Breakdown biology. Want one on national television? But in case no one has him formed him before in our life in his life. Six weeks. Pregnant means two weeks late for your period and two weeks later on your period for any person, any person with a menstrual cycle. Any person with the menstrual cycle have I know and I don't. It's and I was kind of one of these icky topics talk about, but she's on CNN talking about it, but Uh, Nicole. I mean, I just clarify. Have you ever met a man who's you know, gone through a cycle. Hate to put you on the spot. I know you're putting me on the spot, and obviously I have not, but, um, but I think what's more funny here is that she went into this interview. Saying, I'm going to make a point not to say female or woman or whatever. And she almost slipped up three times to say the correcting yourself as a person. She doubled down on Twitter. So everyone pointed this interview out and said, Listen, Come on, You get it. You're being ridiculous. Here. Just say females right you talk about. It's a law that affects females, right? You know, predominantly, And of course, the baby male or female in the female's body, But it affects females, right? It's not gonna affect men. Men aren't going to abortion court. Have you ever met a man who got an abortion? No, Okay. So it affects females. Uh and she's mocked on Twitter and she responds, she doubles down. Uh, it's, uh, the daily mail had had, uh Put out a story. This is AOC calls menstruating people, calls women menstruating people while explaining the female body and AOC that on Twitter goes not just women. Transmit and non buying. Every people can also men street Okay, alright and come on. How do you take these people serious? I'm sorry. It's just they're trying to change our language. That's what I don't like is there's a I mean, I don't care how people live their lives to stop trying to change our language because The world doesn't revolve, but I'm also for everybody, right world revolves around us all I know, but I'm one accuracy and truthful information..
In The Thick
"cortez" Discussed on In The Thick
"It makes. You wonder am i. Is this just a story. And it's really important because it also cuts to a basic philosophy of philosophical shifts. That i think we need to have in this time right now because we are in a time that is challenging not just imperialism and colonialism but challenging capitalism which in many ways is also a colonial and imperialist economic structure that was alexandria ocasio cortez the congresswoman who represents. New york's fourteenth district. She spoke to me from her campaign office in the bronx This.
In The Thick
"cortez" Discussed on In The Thick
"Sometimes very problematic aid that gets.
In The Thick
"cortez" Discussed on In The Thick
The Travel Wins
"cortez" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"Limits and i will do whatever it takes to survive and There's no giving up. There's no option on that right now. No often absolutely not and You know i tell people all the time. You really need to find something that you love to do. So don't do something just because you know you might make a hundred grand on it or a hundred thousand dollars a year do something you really really really love because if you have a passion for it's going to be so much easier and can be easier to sell so because i have a huge passion for marketing and social media. It's easier for me to somebody. Because i truly believe in my services my father. It's a lot switch. Should be absolutely. I'm sure you love doing passing. I'm sure this was. You know one of your dreams and you love to do it and That's what makes everything easier especially for for me. I don't monetize my podcast yet. So it's just a labor of of having fun and love and and getting to know people network and it's it's much more than ever expected some crazy. Where are you go. Yeah and the more guests. You have more podcast you do and long as you you know stick with us then those those shares and those lakes and those views they just continue to grow somewhere right. that's it. i didn't know anything about this before. So yeah going from zero to one hundred perfect. Thank you so much for your time. I don't wanna eat up too much more your time. What's the best way for my listeners. To follow you see what you have gone on or check out the three dollar marketing program. Where thank you so much for having me on and it's been talking to your really often guy and I like that. You're right here in los angeles by either working. Fine me on my instagram. My handle is at heidi cortez or heidi cortez. Dot com and The grill or martha close is three dollars. Marketing club dot com and We're really excited about the marketing club. I just Status for it. So thank you so much for saying that. The price was too good to be true. I mean it's definitely the real deal and I kinda joke around with people i say. Oh you're right. It's not going to be three dollars forever. you know. If you don't find now it might be nine next year. That'd be a twenty five percent increase so well that's okay you know The dollar the dollar shave club's not a dollar anymore but yeah no we. It really is free dollars so you can learn every single major marketing knicks ever. We've we do Five caffeine we teach on At the oh email marketing Yeah i mean it's it's a whole full-service package. Yes possibly ever think of and each month we give you a step by step guide to help your your employees club with service directly into your business. So it's not like you just watch these courses and you're like okay great or do with it. We step by step guide. When we own a franchise where you buy sanchis. They say exactly how to do it. That's what we do. We tell you exactly how to Succeed with these marketing sacred. It's an advice that we're telling you so. We make very simple that anybody can learn so it doesn't matter what kind of business you have if you have an online business if you are denosov as the restaurant is a matter. We're gonna show you how to do all the marketing yourself and don't have to pay the big greedy Big marketing and it. The one nice thing. i'll tell you to his. You can cancel it any time. It's not a lot you can't live anytime We joke about that. We can canceled anytime but yeah we know we. We don't care. We actually Salary but if they don't believe that the course that they just learned is worth a hundred times more than what they say please contact. We'll give you right back at three dollars. We we don't care at all. We will be embarrassed if you don't think working you know That that's what we want to just one to make it so simple so easy no risk. Let's just all try. And make our businesses pathogen and succeed and not all sounds like a plan i will. I will check it out myself and throw in some good words so feeder so great nuccio and Good luck on your podcast and Everything that you're doing To putting this as well on my social media really appreciate that so no problem. We'll stay in touch and Have a great rest of the day. thank you bye..
The Travel Wins
"cortez" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"Yeah my podcast. I'm looking at heidi cortez. The like your your title. The american entrepreneur some awesome title. If you have multiple books out your author you have i really. I really wanna talk to you about the three marketing program. You d'amato their mom. You got a lot going on. thank you thank you. it's been berry and there's a good word for it. you know. I definitely want to talk to you. About how the lockdown has affected your business. I know a lot of authors weren't able to promote their books and do a lot of the book tours and all that all of publications are from years ago. So i didn't write anything during the pandemic to Publishing new book and tell two thousand twenty one and policy anuary and then i published a guide. I want to say it's not really a book lesson thirty pages but i published that myself and that's on amazon and my website it's called The verified and prophet like a boss and it talks about the verification for with instagram and twitter ads. Facebook a lot of people. They want to grow their began. But they're not really sir how to get that blue checkmark so i wrote a book about that but that was in january it during the pandemic part fast when we were working on the marketing club. Oh perfect so you just use that time to get.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"cortez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good morning, Michael Bark. Good morning. Nathan. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says that he has directed his legal team to review whether grounds exist who end deals with the Trump organization. It comes after last week's insurrection at the Capitol. The Blasio says the president incited a rebellion and people died. That's unforgivable. Our legal team is right now assessing the options and as quickly as we come to a resolution will have something to say. But, yes, there are several contracts with the city of New York and they're all under review. Right now. The Trump organization has more than $17 million in contracts with the city. Many of these are four iconic tourist attractions. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is calling for those who participated in last week's capital Ryan to be placed on the U. S no fly list, Schumer says the outlaws should be treated like terrorists. These insurrectionists Many of whom are known to be at large, should not be able to hop on a flight. Meanwhile, the son of a New York judge was charged in last week's riot at the Capitol. Erin Makowski is accused of stealing a U. S. Capitol police riot shield and armored vest as he joined the mob that stormed the building representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez talked about her capital riot experience in an Instagram live video last night. New York representative says she was scared for her life and worried about other members of Congress. Knowing her location within the capital of that day. I do not know If I can even disclose the full details of that event due to security concerns, But I can tell you that I had a very close Encounter where I thought I was going to die. Governor Andrew Cuomo says he expanded the vaccine Great Syria to include anyone 65 or older, Cuomo says, though, is supply from the federal government remains capped for now at 300,000. Governor, Cuomo said. The feds want to make sure that states have enough vaccine stored for second dose is the theory is if they gave me your 1st and 2nd does. May have given your first though you your first dose and then given your second does to somebody else. The U. S will require proof of a negative covert 19 tests before allowing visitors to fly into the country from other nations. Will take effect on January 26th Global News 24 hours a day on the air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts more than 120 countries. I'm Michel Bar and this is Bloomberg. Nathan. Okay, Michael. Thanks Just about 6 36 on Wall ST John Stash hours here. The Bloomberg Sports update junk. All right, Nathan. The Nets hosting Denver trailed by 16 at the half came back and won 1 22 1 16 thanks to Kevin Durant 34 points. 13 assists, nine rebounds. Caris, Levert and 20. The Nets will face the Knicks tonight. The mix of lost three in a row since a three game winning streak and Kyrie Irving not expected to play tonight for Brooklyn. That'll make it five straight games, and Irving has missed all for the mysterious personal reasons. The Nets admit they're aware of a video of Irving at a recent family birthday party, not wearing a mask. NBA dealing with Cova. New protocols include all players now. Sitting on the bench have to wear a mask. Players can't leave the hotel on the road can't have visitors. Celtics have had three games and four nights postpone Utah Washington Game Tonight is off. Teams need to be able to dress eight players Miami in Philadelphia, both just barely made it to eight. They played in Philly. The Sixers won in overtime. Joel Embiid scored 45 points the Lakers and nine and 360 on the road they wanted Houston. The Rockets have lost four of five. James Harden, not scoring it anywhere near the Pacey usually doesn't last night harder than went public with his trade demands that the team just isn't any good..