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"craig george" Discussed on Florida Matters

Florida Matters

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on Florida Matters

"Let's take bold action and bring our state back into the sunshine for too long. Our system has placed you in the shadow of debt depression deficiencies and distress. I know you and I know you won't better this year. Similar to those in the past my caucus will fight to ensure that you are brought into the sunshine of Prosperity Promise Provisions and Purpose House. Democrats are engaged. We're ready to work. Smooth State for this is Florida matters. I'm Robin Sussing Ham. And you've been listening to special live coverage of governor Rondi Santa's state of the state address and the Democratic response. I'm here in the studio with political reporter and analyst William March so William after listening to the governor state of the state address. When did you take away from that? What were the biggest points that he made? I guess one thing I'd say Robin was. The speech was not was not long on specific policy. Proposals was long on praising. What's been done recently? What was done in the last legislative session As opposed to suggesting a lot of new initiatives I thought one thing that was significant was the first subject he actually proposed new action on was water quality and the environment. And I think that's going to get some notice from the environmental community is. He's coming out strongly in favor of harsher penalties on cities that dump untreated sewage because of inadequate treatment systems That arises at least in part from problems that have happened in Saint Petersburg Other than that continuing to spend At the rate of about six hundred fifty million a year for three years on springs and water cleanup projects then he went on to talk about education and the fact that As you said he talked about things that were going well. The fact that the Higher Education in Florida is is top ranked in the country and also he brought up vocational education which he said is making a comeback in our high schools. He praised Educational Choice. Which means the availability of charter schools or vouchers for private schools? Known you specific in that area but he promised a new set of academic standards coming soon from the Department of Education and one specific. There is More focus on civics and history in those academic standards. You know you mentioned. He didn't talk too much about anything controversial. He didn't bring up. You know abortion he did he called He did mention a parental consent. Bill but he never said the word abortion He never talked about climate change or affordable housing. He talked about really the things that he felt like had. Were going well and had been going well. In the past year he did though mentioned e-verify which is going be a tricky issue for him. Well for the most part Rav and I think what he's done is. He's tried to emphasize in this speech areas. Where he feels like he and the legislature either already agree or can come to an agreement like asking for the parental consent bill for abortion. He knows that they're eager. Republicans are eager to pass that e-verify as one of the areas where There could be conflict on heat. Brought that up did not suggest any compromise or suggest where he would be willing to compromise on that issue. He just said it'd be good. For the rule of law protect tax payers and place an upward pressure on the wages Floridians. His point is that Low income workers shouldn't have their wages depressed by cheap foreign labor and that having e-verify which is when employers have to use a federal immigration database Would help without with that situation one more thing. Let's see he talked about. He did talk about raising the minimum salary for teachers In to forty seven thousand five hundred dollars which would put Florida at number two in the country for starting teachers pay that it would be a huge increase. That would be that would be a big increase for starting teachers in a lot of but not all Florida counties Then of course in the democratic responses you heard the arguments y Democrats and many teachers believe that dishonest is proposal is inadequate. Florida matters is a production of WSF public media. The engineer is Craig George. The show was produced by Christie Oshana. I'm Robin Sussing Ham. Thanks for listening..

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"craig george" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on The Zest

"Kids kids are playing in the sand. Or whatever. And then you know the day would culminate with actually having a fire on the beach and making it tomato sauce there whereas you know later on a lot of people within go home and do it there so now we've gotta have to buy the crabs right crab meat right and then what do we do So you're gonNA similar it with Your to start with this afrita dislike. We don't any other dish. So it's Onions peppers tomatoes does And then you're GonNa make tomato sauce and you know I I like a lot of the old versions that I've had but I find that they're a little thick it's really really really thick with tomato and tomato paste and I really think it's a little too much is too heavy for the kind of the crab So I found that a lighter sauce is Works a lot nicer. I've had I've had plenty of people come to me at you. Know after making condition saint I was great And there's a few times like you know it's got beer in it and things like that that other people might not have Lightened it up as much But every time I doubt myself I make the dish again. And I'm like this is fabulous Whereas the you know the old versions were really heavy and it was really a lot out of thick tomato This is a lot a little lighter and it lets the I think the crab come through more. And why do you associate this. crabshoot allow with the Gasparilla. Well I mean I think it's It's the opposite of the Cuban Sandwich where you've got like a personal meal on his portable. There's nothing portable affordable but crabs allow really This is like same thing you were talking about before if you when you go to your friend's house along route. This is the kind of thing you're going to be making. Yeah Yeah and it's just it's one of those things that's probably the most Tampa out of all the Tampa dishes. You know you can say chicken a yellow rice but you can get that all across the Caribbean And the United States crabs allow. I think is a different story in that. It really is something. that sort of developed organically here. You know Where you know? You've got the pasta. You know is is obviously supplied by the Italians and then you know the sauce itself is anybody's guess. It's hard to tell where the you know. Kind of Italian starts. The Cuban starts and it all blends together. I think that's when you know you have neighborhoods like West Tampa Empa- and And ebor city. Where people you know? They're they're in these Kasetsart like ten feet away from each other so everyone smelling each other's cooking And I think that had a lot to do with breaking down some barriers you know whereas in places like Chicago or New New York. You'd have little Cuba you. You know little Spain you know little Italy whereas here it was all really mixed up. And they were living in really close quarters so interesting so I I think that's where fusion food happens spontaneously over time this is one where it's impossible possible to extricate the dish so you know you can't take Italian. DNA or identify where the Cuban DNA is. Exactly it's all all mixed up all right. We'll look forward to gasparilla this year. I'm GONNA try some of these dishes that we're GonNa have these recipes on our website. Andy thank you so much for being here this this is my pleasure. Have a good time. Sounds like you do all right. I know they're building a new house this year. So party said really out darn we have. We have a good time that was US F.. Associate Librarian Iberian Andy Hughes you'll find his recipes for sloppy joes Cuban cousin picadilly and for Crabs Shimao on our website zest zest podcast dot com. When the Junior League of Tampa I published? It's Gasparilla Kobuk back in nineteen sixty one on the list of contributors read like a WHO's who of Tampa social and business elite. We visited the Junior League of Tampa headquarters on Davis Islands to chat with Stephanie. Haas and Laura Halse Laura served as the League's Cookbook Chair from nineteen seventy three to nineteen seventy four and she talked to us about the cultural cultural importance of this cookbook to the community. Laura why do you think that it became such a institution in Tampa Bay cooking. I think the timing was right to my knowledge. There had not been another Tampa cookbook. I know many years ago there was a restaurant here called the cricket tea room and they did a little small cookbook but there was not a cookbook as such and I think so. Many prominent Tampa people people had wonderful recipes that had been handed down from their mothers and grandmothers and everyone loves to read it. Not It just the recipes but the history that was in there as well it's true the histories and they all start out with a story and they talk about what life was like in those days this she did it bring. Does it bring back memories to you when you well. It does especially the coffee punch because that was a must at every coffee tea we sometimes even an luncheons and the wonderful little cheese biscuits which I make to this day when I have company so yes and and congealed salads which must and I still love them and still make them often but there the whole way people eight then I mean that was before organic foods and green markets. And all of that and you went to one of the local Oh grocery stores and you bought the ingredients and if it said large Lord you know and if it said Oleo which you don't see that too much anymore though he bought overly but I don't think people were nearly as cavalry conscious in the seventies as they are today. Well Oh I think. Part of the charm part of the charm as is from a different era and it is kind of a testament to the way people lived in the fifties and sixties sixties. How Florida was when you could go out onto the beach and just find enough blue? Crabs to make a SU- some of the chapters open with the the chapters on meat and venison are and quail our our husbands go on the weekends and they hunt and these are the recipes that we use to make the the wild Turkey the roast leg venison the quail and chafing dish. It was a different way of living. And that's just part of the of the fun and the charm of looking through these recipes recipes. Not that you're GonNa make necessarily a roast leg of innocent every weekend now but it's just the fun of seeing how maybe your grandmothers lived and it really really is a history of Tampa. It's a history of cooking and it's a history of entertaining because a lot of with those recipes really were used for entertaining at lunches and dinners cocktail parties. It wasn't just a run infix something quick for dinner. Well let's go ahead and try some of the things that you've brought this. We have some iconic dishes here year. One Who wants to talk about talk about this all right. I'm Stephanie Haas Communications Manager but the Tampa and just say no the tupperware still does make Jello Jello mold so you can get those on Amazon. But this is the Avocado buttermilk ring and it is garnished with watercress in grapefruit slices so it is a giant fluffy avocado. Wow Okay so you have this on a beautiful cake dish. It really does look pretty. It looks very spring party. Ish Yeah it is bringing summary and it does call and this is the first time I've ever done this. It called for green food coloring in a savory dish which I've never done before so that gives it some of its tint besides the avocado but it could it looks like a Fluffy Avocado Salad in a ring. And then we have a better watercress of course with a few grapefruit places. Alright let's say shall we try it. Shall we try to try. What Oh you do me even began as as we pass out played? A lot of these recipes are big with adding Garni Ernie garnish with Mitt or watercress fruit slices sizes of fruit. Yes that looks really pretty the way. You've got the pink great slices in the middle of their. This looks very floridian this is I was thinking thinking it was going to be sweet to me. It looks like lime. Sherbert is what it looks like an eye but it is salty and it's like Guacamole it's very pretty Guacamo- lafi would you call it kind of it does have a hint of welcome only and now that I can do all kinds of things that I can talk to each other in the salad. I would definitely add some tomato. What add some Cuban and a few Jalapenos and you could literally have a real pretty guacamole? This is a different way to make it. Would you make this again this particular recipe. But I would absolutely start to experiment with what I could do with Knox Gelatin and mole. There's a whole chapter on congealed molds and love to do a congealed mold because they're usually put something in the center. One of my favorite things to do is tomato aspect. which is a congenial mold and I put shrimp or chicken salad in the center of vent? So you've got your seafood and then you've still call it salad rather than you know a congealed bring but you've got your salad and you've got your seafood or your chicken or whatever. Chicken Salad would have been great to put in the middle of this for Shrimp Salads. And and if looks pretty to make this looks beautiful with the water crass. But that's really pretty too when you mound the center with the the chicken salad or districts. Okay but I will be trying this really. Think every we have this loft that was former junior league of Tampa cookbook chair. Laura Holes and junior league members Stephanie. Haas if you'd like to taste the Avocado buttermilk ring from the gasparilla cookbook for yourself. You can find the recipe on our website disaster PODCAST DOT com. Thanks so much for joining us do do us a favor help. Other people find the best by sharing us on your facebook page for your pinterest page. I'm Robin Sussing Ham Deli Cologne and I produced adduced disaster with help from Megan. Trumbull Markes and Craig George the zest as a production of W._S._F. public media..

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"craig george" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on The Zest

"Distress Center for the Performing Arts. Downtown Tampa is the largest performing arts. This venue in the southeast. That means lots of hungry ticket. Holders every day the venues culinary team puts on its own performance of sorts not only providing food for its restaurants but also catering onsite weddings meetings and other events. Delia went behind the scenes with the stress. Centers Executive Chef Ed Steinhoff in his office. Just off the kitchen chef. Ed talked about why he's constantly changing the menus and how chicken soup was the way into one celebrities. Heart My name is Ed Steinhoff. I am the executive chef at the center for the Performing Arts. Now what does that entail. Okay so at the stress we have have three restaurants. Maestros Restaurant Maestros Cafe and Maestros on the river. We also support St Cafe with all the food that they serve there and All the concession stands that we do throughout the buildings while and all this food is coming out of one kitchen for the most part. Yeah most of the food comes out of the main kitchen and we do have one small satellite kitchen downstairs where we finish it but yes for the most part all. The food is prepped in our main kitchen. I don't think of Performing Arts Center honor as a dining destination. But you're right. It is and in fact. My husband and I met at Maestros at a networking event. And we've you've been married for eleven years so it strangely plays a role in my story. Surprised to learn that. There's such serious like culinary cred happening at at a performing arts center. I think so. I think it lends itself really well to have a destination to eat at a performing arts center. You coming to the show. Although a lot of times you WanNa make a great night of it you want to get some nice food. It's great you're already on the property. You're here we have the restaurants that suit everybody's everybody's pocket book you know. We have a nice fine dining restaurant to the cafes more a buffet little bit lower price and you know we have to light a fair at on on the river. It really really lends itself well to have this type of restaurant here at the center. How unusual is that for Performing Arts Center? I think most most of them have some kind of culinary experience. I don't know that they all have what we have here. We really do a lot culinary. What what are some of the most popular dishes? The difference here is that every show that comes into town. There is a new menu for and the new menu is themed toward the show. Can you give me some examples. Yes so during the show Charlie chocolate factory one of the items that were doing is at stake but it it has a like a a chocolate Barbecue Damocles. Some shows are really easy to theme others. This one not so easy. Because it's mostly a suites suites so it's easy for my pastry chef to theme this menu. Not So easy for me. Other shows are are much easier so I'll either theme the food or the title of the food. So that you'll you'll understand that it's coming from the show. What's an example of a show? That was easy to him. The show we did with a Glorious Stefan on your feet that was excellent because we were able to to find a good niche Cuban food and we made really really Nice Cuban food for that week sometimes so making Italian theme. I think for the Bronx. I did a lot of Italian food. I do a lot of research into the characters of the show. The songs that are performed during the show so it gives me titles it gives me names and things like that and I can. I can rhyme things that go with it so in that aspect it does help me. Do you get to watch the this shows. I can usually are serve our dinner services over in time for me to change and get to the shows. I don't go to many the other because I I spent a long time here during I get here you most times eight or nine o'clock in the morning and by the time where we're done for the day. I'm pretty much ready to go home. Tom Do you feel like being a chef and providing food for these events is its own type of performance. You may think so. Yeah I I think from the outside looking in. It's almost like because we're part of the experience you know when people come in and they do see that we spent time to to the theme something and I think they enjoy that aspect of the show even before they get to the show so we were we. Hope is is to give them a good impression as they're walking in the door door and when they leave their nice and happy when they get to the show so it becomes a great full night for them. Do you feed the performance as well. Once in a while we performers we often more feed their crew if they're loaded as is at three o'clock in the morning. We're here for breakfast at four o'clock in the morning making it happen. We just did it on Saturday for baby shark their in town. We Fed their crew at like five o'clock in the morning and then we fed them for lunch and then we had him for dinner and that sometimes we'll happen even while. Wow we're doing these restaurants where even while we're opening these restaurants well we'll have catering events during the show's it gets a little difficult in in the size of the kitchen that we have. That's so funny like my three year old loves baby shark and to think that there are people up early making breakfast for the baby shark crew. It just just blows my mind. What did they order just goldfish? What do you make for baby shark crew? It was just your basic breakfast and lunch. You know a lot of performance now. uh-huh very health conscious. So you know we. We make sure. We're doing a lot of gluten free vegetarian and again we do that on all of our menus. Have you cooked for anyone. One whose name would recognize can drop any names. What are the stars eating? That's what we want to know you don't want I did make Adam Sandler. When he was here I made him chicken soon because he was sick? He was here with a show with David Spade and some other comedic actors and he was sick and especially for chicken soup and I made him. I made him chicken noodle soup. Oh that's so sweet. Someone like him. Who such a big SAR you? Would I think he has everything in the world he needs he can buy anything. There's nothing anyone can do for him. But something like making chicken soup for someone when they're sick. That's universal universal. That just feels like love. Yeah I think You know at the end of the day. He's a suit city kid who's WHO's mom probably made him chicken soup when he was sick. And he's he's on tour. What's he gonNa do and that's what he decided he wanted? So we will make anything. We don't have a will go out and shop for it and make it happen. I love that. So what's your background. How'd you get into this? I'm from New York originally from Brooklyn I own my own business. There is a Deli and bakery and we did a lot of catering and after after nine eleven. When things weren't great in New York? I decided it was time to move. Even you know we had some family in town here so we moved and and I started working in a restaurant and just kept moving up and moving up and I ended up coming here to the stress. So it's been a it's been a nice journey for me since since two thousand and two and I'm really enjoying legendary Safai Amazing Chef Edward Steinhoff. Thank you so much and break a leg thank you yes thank you blue here. Thank you for your time. That was Ed Steinhoff of this dress center for the performing arts. Speaking with Delia Cologne chef eh shared the chicken soup recipe that he made for Adam Sandler you can find it on our website the zest podcast dot com. That's it for today. Thank you you so much for listening. I'm Robin Sesing. Ham Delia Cologne and I produced disastrous with help from Megan. Trimble Markes and Craig George. The zest is a production of W._S._F. public media..

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"craig george" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on The Zest

"Pretty good. No that's that's throughout the year. Usually usually we get we get up to three harvests a year. At least I do but some of them are hit or miss. The fall is the one that I really count on every year the farthest you know I use honey extractor in that you can take the co- The frames our the comb you just cut the wax capping and and then it's a centrifuge spin them. The honey comes out and you save the comb and you give it right back to the bees and they repair any damage is they. Use It the question question over here told me Your name and where you're from and your question. Okay my name is I'm from clearwater and my question is how do you introduce produce kids to get involved with beekeeping or you know the I know for penelas beekeepers which would probably be the closest association for you. They actually have an April day on the fourth Saturday. They actually allow you to come in and put on a avail and gloves and allow the children to actually get in and look at the hive so there's opportunities for kids as well as long as you as a parent allow them to do that. Yeah and you can talk to. We have some people from the Tampa Bay at beekeeping unsure if they had the same thing as well they would have some ideas. They're they're over here. You can talk long opt out. We have another question over here. I'm Yvonne from Tampa and my question is Josh. You said. You're always looking for cones for your honeybees in. I was just wondering if you ever involve individual homeowners. Or they're always. If you need larger chunks I do have these on residential properties right now. I'm looking for larger properties because my my time with transportation eighteen is pretty much maxed out right now so right now I'm looking for larger properties where I can keep at least twelve colonies. Okay thank you do. You can also go out to to some of the facebook pages that Tampa Bay beekeepers and Pinellas beekeepers associated and have a facebook page and ask people there are beekeepers who are looking for for just individual land to do that with. I have a question. Do they do anything in like high schools where they you know. They do technical. Teach somebody how to fix a car to build a cabinet. Do they do anything with University of Florida. Now has actually created a beekeeping program. So it's now being a credited class but we also have schools that are doing keeping Hillsborough County as a beekeeper program that one of the teachers actually has put together so the students can go in and learn how to do beekeeping. There's a couple other schools now. If a school is to get involved they do you have to get a permit from us as from the state to have the bees on their facility but we have to looking determine where they're gonNA place the highs but yeah sure is something that can be done anymore questions. I don't really have a question but I'm a former beekeeper I live in Dunedin but my wife and I lived lived in eastern Pennsylvania previously and I kept peace for eleven years there but all the bad stuff. You just talked about happen to me. I'm sorry burl might. Of course you can't avoid those treated all the time The Foul Brood was the worst. I had to burn my eyes but I started all over again with new equipment and everything but I got out of it before we moved down here and haven't picked it up yet. So thank you. So there's a few things to learn to with Florida beekeeping versus up north no snow. Yeah we you mentioned three harvest. That's amazing because we we got a nice usually nice summer harvest in it in a smaller. What what we call the fall harvest for winter harvest? I which is for me. It was always almost non-existent chair. You'd WanNa give most of that to the bees to get through the rare feat feet feeding bees all winter into spring heavily feeding and then Treating for Mites all the time and splitting hives and so on and so forth interesting. Thanks great questions and other one over here. Hi I'm Marco just two questions if you can't control where the beasts go How can you you say this is a blueberry honey orange blossom just by the permanent of the main taste of it and also Would all spraying the homeowners do and Commercial Mersal forums does any of those pesticides get into Ronnie. Yes I love that question. Actually thank you for asking it So to be a single source honey which which is where you get your blueberry or orange blossom honey the bees half to collect nectar from about fifty at least fifty one percent of what they're collecting from when a B- actually chilly leaves. It's hive you've probably heard of the little waggled dance on A. B.. They actually go out. And once they've determined a good food source they're going to go back can tell the rest of the hive and they're going to go back to that food source but to get a single source most often. The beekeepers are moving their bees to that location where the farmer has the blueberry patch or the orange grove or in our case. We've got a lot of other different crops that the the beekeepers will actually place the hives near that now. Yes they do have have some concerns with the pesticides that are being used on the crops. The beekeepers and the farmers really are trying to work closely together and those are some of the things that the status are trying to do as well as educate some of the farmers to be planting things that will attract the bees but also learning. When and when not to spray we pray at night the beezer inside? It's a better way to spray as well. So there's a lot of different things that can be done another question over here. What are some ways that we can incorporate honey and I as the byproducts of bees or not just honey but I guess be be wax and things that I can give give a boost to the be keeping industry? You know whether it's just replacing sugar with honey or using be wax thanks for candle wax. Or what are some ways that we can support beekeeping as consumers. Yeah I think anything you do as far as buying products that come from. Bees is ultimately supporting the beekeeping industry. Inside I know for my family. We've really cut out process the sugars. We use honey and just about everything as a sweetener. I switch with my coffee. I've every morning I instead of putting sugar I put honey in it. And then with the beeswax. He's wax. My wife makes a lot of great body products like hand soaps and lotions and lip bombs and uses the beeswax that we produce as a natural solidify on those so so any. Anything you're doing that's using the bees products they make that's going to be supporting beekeepers and in In really without beekeepers. We don't have honeybees in this in this country by your honey from local beekeepers. Okay well thank you also watch your being here. We want to remind you that we are on facebook and instagram at the best podcasts. So we'll be posting some of these pictures later who want to give a big thank you to our sponsor site and Bhakkar Walker and we want to give a huge thank you to green bench meet insider and Tampa Bay beekeepers for coming here with samples. This has been so much fun. Such a treat. Thank you all so much for coming. It's been a great day go B.'s you can find all of our stories about honey and honeybees at W. USF Jeff Dot org slash honeybees. Thanks so much for listening. Subscribe to the Zest is free. And it's easy. You can search for US wherever you get your podcast ask or at the zest. PODCAST DOT COM. I'm Robin Sesing Ham. 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"craig george" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on The Zest

"I actually saw those images of a cow eating meat and I just couldn't erase that and all I could think about is that I was not going to be part of cake batter please it's looking good is it about ready to go in the oven for your family to accept that you had gone Vegan I feel like a lot of people can roy so I'm from Brazil and it's a very meat heavy Brazilian diet so when I decided to go vegan of course I wasn't going to go to those places anymore but I was still visiting it and they're like so what exactly do you eat you know and when they see that you're not eating salads says and for people to understand that it's not this crazy thing no definitely not have it all in there then you put it in the oven at three fifty for which is this perfect circular Golden Brown delicious right now don't get me wrong but it can be even better so we're going to put slowly pour some lemon juice in there to form a glaze roll it looks sore bought and that's a compliment husband has he's not Vegan okay so the glazes port in and then you could eat it don't wanna eat it almost almost okay so now for the fun and I like to do this is just kind of reach in and get some more that glaze in there oh you definitely want to get in there I need you to be my partner in crime here let's do this together here we go that lemon glaze yes so the Vegan Yogurt really just softens the whole thing up yeah just makes Vegan cake no way and that's the whole point like it should never taste like Vegan cake on specific thing that you can sell out in this instance we subbed out regular take this delicious without eggs where can we start to big which is just Chia seeds and water they get if you mix them they get that kind on Aqua faubus isn't that the sort of juice that's in the can of chickpeas yes as you can turn chickpea water into meringue and Mousse I mean how crazy is that aquifer marshmallow I do a s'mores cupcake the topping Butter I I like using Earth Balance and again you can find that public it can find it at best of luck with the end of the challenge. Thank you so much thank you for having me I'm in poppy seed cake on our website possess podcast dot com. We've the devil pig we've got liens recipe for Cherry Smoke Chili Lime Arcades and Craig George. Zest is a production of W U._S._F. Public Media..

"craig george" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:14 min | 3 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Muller's just proved his entire operation was a political hit job that trampled the rule of law. I want to get down to this, this portion here. In fact, department of Justice guidelines, expressly prohibit the actions of both Mahler and Komi in naming shaming individuals who were never formerly charged with any wrongdoing. This come come up from a couple of our from couple of our emailer stable. Well, this, this has happened before doesn't matter. You're not supposed to do it right. Quote department of Justice, as a series of cases, makes clear. There is no ordinary legitimate governmental interest served by the government's public allegation of wrongdoing by an uncharged party. And this is true, regardless of what criminal charges may become contemplated by the assistant, United States attorney against the third party for the future states. The department of Justice's formal policy manual on the duties of federal prosecutors and the principles of federal prosecutions nationwide bar. Rules governing all practicing attorneys in the United States also explicitly prohibit Muller's display, during Wednesday's press conference, quote. The prosecutor in a criminal case shall refrain for making extrajudicial comments that have a substantial likelihood of heightening public condemnation of the accused end of quote states ruled three point eight of the American Bar Association rules of professional conduct multiple federal agents. And prosecutors reached out to the federal est after Muller's press conference to express dismay at the former FBI director is behavior, quote, I'd have been crucified under this rule for a not innocent comment about an uncharged party. A former federal prosecutor told the federalist, I literally cannot fathom holding a press conference to say that an uncharged person was not innocence innocent. Quote, I wish these former FBI directors would learn their lessons. Keep your mouth shut unless you're referring a case for prosecution. Said, Jeff Danny retired FBI supervisor during a phone call interview with the federalist on Wednesday. Muller's performance made it clear for all to see that what he ran for the last two years wasn't an independent investigation pursuant to the rule of law so much as an inquisition motivated by political animus Muller and his team refused to charge prominent Democrats for crimes. He charged against Republicans, Paul Manafort, was charged with unregistered lobbying of foreign governments while Muller left alone, longtime democratic donor, Tony Podesta, and former Obama White House counsel, Greg Craig George popadopoulos, and Michael Flynn were charged with making false statements to federal investigators while Clinton campaign cronies, Glenn Simpson. And Christopher steals false statements to congress and the FBI were ignored Trump's non-existent rushing. Connections were plumbed will a dubious Clinton campaign funded dossier source directly to Russian officials was used as a prosecutorial roadmap rather than rock, solid evidence of actual campaign collusion with the Kremlin every. Thing that we have stated. Yeah, this is. And we by the way we stay that long time ago. We said, if you listen to what we said, if Muller does not go down the route of the FIS a warrant. And, and the collusion of the DNC and the Hillary campaign through pain, the former British fi Christopher Steele by funneling the money to him in order to get dirt from inside the Kremlin. To attempt to destroy the Trump campaign. And when they couldn't do that attempt to destroy the legitimacy of the two thousand sixteen election and use that the FBI and intelligence agencies pushing that to get the in the FBI the fivesome warrant, and the intelligence agencies to disseminate that information out and push it as legit in order to destroy the twenty sixteen election. As we said, if Muller ignores that. Bennett shows that he is a political hack when it came out. And we saw that, that was not there. We said that shows the political hackery. We made that early on Dershowitz disagreed with us in thought than Muller was honorable yesterday, Bali. Alan Dershowitz came out, and said, no partisan. Guess that this is a partisan. This is not a what a prosecutor does this is what a politician political hack does. And it was it was, it was political trawling yesterday. That's what that was. He had to have his moment. He had to make his moment, any else makes the point he said Muller says. My report stands, you know, dance for itself within why are you explaining day? Exactly then. Why are you here? Why are you here? Right. Well, this is something I said yesterday, I said, you know, the because we're talking about will he testify and we said yesterday, there's no way Muller's going to testify. This is hours before he came out and mid statement. This is hours before anybody knew he was going to make a statement. But we said no he's not going to testify and his statement is already I mean, all that he has had to say is already in his report. Then it's funny. He said he actually said that during his statement, then why are you here? You're at a podium. I'm not going to be speaking. You're doing it right now. I mean it's ridiculous. But he had to make the statement. Had to make a statement. Well, we're not going to tell you he was innocent. That's all folks, I gotta go. What the hell does that mean what it means is I need my friends on the hill to get this done because I can't find a thing, what it was from a prosecutor was you need to impeach president right in essence, because I can't prove that he committed obstruction of Justice. It would have been very acceptable for him to write a report, if he had found evidence I can't prove to a jury right there was obstructed of Justice. Probably can't prove the case and get it to a judge. Right. And I definitely can't, you know, I definitely cannot stand cross examination right on my ideas. What obstruction of Justice may be so you impeach right? And you know, I mean. He could've pointed out, and as a report said, this law was broken this person was responsible. This is how they broke the law. This is what constitutes. That crime. Now, the attorney general can do whatever here's our report. Here's what we found. On a factual basis. No. They needed it to be something else all along. It's funny we heard tray gouty say that, you know, talking about struck from the beginning eight-man that this is headed toward impeachment. I'm on, I'm on board. I'm in. Well, who does that somebody who wants it to be something there? They their agenda is all about that end. And that's exactly what you saw for Muller yesterday. And that statement, you know, I wonder because what you saw from Democrats even yesterday why we'll have to look at everything. But as the NBC analysts said on MSNBC yesterday. The resistance is pretty ticked off at Muller. Yeah. Right. So will there be after people digest this? Let's say they digested today and tomorrow and the rhetoric flying both ways, but we get to next week will there be a call an angry. Call from some Democrats that Muller must too, because remember the Muller must testify, I guess it could come from the Senate. But it's the house it's been making its Democrats in the house had been making all the noise is Nadler gonna say now this Purves, we need to get that, you know, look, obviously, I mean, we'll Democrats come out and say, look, obviously, I'm sure they won't the media, obviously Muller wants us to impeach so we need to get Muller in front of us to give us the roadmap to impeachment and tell us specifically why. Yeah, I, I think they're probably at that point right now where and what's interesting too, is that, you know, the impeachment thing right up until now has been Kimberly struggle in the Wall Street Journal a couple of weeks ago wrote, what does Nadler really want, and he wants the show? He wants to put on his show, the big spectacle, does he want bad show though. Well, here's the thing at some point, you do either have to move on. You know from it or you have to go through with it. So that's the question because after yesterday I think they're probably looking this on, okay? If we don't you know, capitalize on this right here. We're never really going to have a greater shot at impeachment. Again, we don't know what, what, what they'll base it on. What they'll try and make a case on, but this is kind of the. Alarm going off at the end of it. You're going to have to act now or move on. It has you have to make a decision fairly quickly. And if you're Nadler. What did you think? Because I in many ways as Andrew McCarthy points out Muller made it more difficult. With the statement, I believe he thought that he was making it easier. I think he thought that he was essentially because of his agenda. He was making this whole thing. He was going to be the hero who's going to be look, I'm telling you and peach, that's basically what he said yesterday. We can't do anything. Our hands are tied. But you guys can. Well, and there was some anger because I think a lot of Democrats said, well, wait a minute. Your hands weren't tied. Right. They weren't if you've found something you should have said found something it should have been that report. You don't have to move on it, you handed to the and say the crime was broken. Here's the person or the crime was committed. The, the law was broken. Here's the person that or people that did it. And here's how they did it. This is what constitutes the crime. Here's the report. If you believe it's actionable go, right? We believe a crime was committed, right? At simple nothing in the constitution keeps kept Muller from doing that. Right. He just didn't want to go down that path. Right. Why? Right. Because he believed under cross examination, it would be torn to shreds hill. Knew he didn't have an obstruction case, and if they move on and peach mint, it's going to be torn to shreds. He didn't. He didn't really help the left here on impeachment. He made that a bigger hill to climb. I'm not saying they won't move forward, but it's a lot different. Now, your calls and comments..

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"Federal dot com. The Muller's has proved us entire operation was a political hit job that trampled, the rule of law. I want to get down to this, this portion here. In fact, department of Justice guidelines, expressly prohibit the actions of both Muller and Komi in naming and shaming. Individuals were never formally charged with any wrongdoing. This has come come up from a couple of our from couple of our Email or stable. Well, this, this has happened before doesn't matter. You're not supposed to do it. Right. Quote department of Justice, as a series of cases, makes clear. There is no ordinary legitimate governmental interest served by the government's public allegation of wrongdoing by an uncharged party. And this is true, regardless of what criminal charges may become contemplated by the assistant United States attorney against third party for the future states. The department of Justice's formal policy manual on the duties federal prosecutors and the principles of federal prosecution. Wins nationwide bar rules governing all practicing attorneys in the United States also explicitly prohibit Muller's display, during Wednesday's press conference, quote. The prosecutor in a criminal case shall refrain for making extrajudicial comments that have a substantial likelihood of heightening public. Condemnation of the accused end of quote states. World, three point eight of the American Bar Association rules of professional conduct multiple federal agents. And prosecutors reached out to the federal after Muller's press conference to express dismay at the former FBI director is behavior, quote, I'd have been crucified under this rule for a not innocent comment about an uncharged party of former federal prosecutor told the federalist, I literally cannot fathom holding a press conference to say that an uncharged person was not innocence innocent. Quote, I wish these former FBI directors would learn their lessons. Keep your mouth shut unless you're referring a case for prosecution. Suggest rea retired FBI supervisor during a phone. Call interview with the federalist on Wednesday. Muller's performance made it clear for all to see that what he ran for the last two years wasn't an independent investigation pursuant to the rule of law so much as an inquisition motivated by political animus Muller and his team refused to charge prominent Democrats for crimes. He charged against Republicans, Paul Manafort, was charged with unregistered lobbying of foreign governments while Muller left alone, longtime democratic donor, Tony Podesta, and former Obama White House counsel, Greg Craig George popadopoulos, and Michael Flynn were charged with making false statements to federal investigators while Clinton campaign cronies, Glenn Simpson. And Christopher steals false statements to congress and the FBI were of Nord fronts, non-existent rushing. Connections were plumbed will a dubious Clinton campaign funded dossier source directly to Russian officials was used as a prosecutorial roadmap rather than rock, solid evidence of actual campaign collusion with the Kremlin every. Thing that we've stated. Yeah. This is an we by the way we stay that long time ago. We said, if you listen to show you what we said, if Muller does not go down the route of the FIS award. And, and the collusion of the DNC and the Hillary campaign through pain, the former British fide Christopher Steele by funneling the money to him in order to get dirt from inside the Kremlin. To attempt to destroy the Trump campaign. And when they couldn't do that attempt to destroy the legitimacy of the two thousand sixteen election and use that the FBI and intelligence agencies pushing that to get the, the FBI the FIS warrant and the intelligence agencies to disseminate that information out and push it as legit in order to destroy the twenty sixteen election. As we said, if Muller ignores that. Then it shows that he is a political hack when it came out. And we saw that, that was not there. We said that shows the political hackery. We made that early on Dershowitz disagreed with us in thought than Muller was honorable yesterday, Bali. Alan Dershowitz came out and said, no, he's partisan. Guess that this is a partisan. This is not a what a prosecutor does this is what a politician political act does. And it was it was, it was political trawling yesterday. That's what that was. The had to have his moment, he had to make his moment. Aleni else makes the point. He said, baller says. My report stands, you know, stands for itself within why are you staying exactly then? Why are you here? Why are you here? Right. Well, this is something I said yesterday, I said, you know, the because we're talking about will he testify and we said yesterday, there's no way Muller's going to testify. This is hours before he came out and made statement. This is hours before anybody knew he was going to make a statement. But we said no he's not going to testify and his statement is already I mean, all that he has had to say is already in his report. Let it's funny he set. He actually said that during his statement. Then why are you here? You're at a podium. I'm not going to be speaking. You're doing it right now. It's ridiculous. But he had to make the statement. Had to make a statement. Well, we're not going to tell you he was innocent. That's all folks, I gotta go. What the hell does that mean what it means is I need my friends on the hill to get this done because I can't find a thing, what it was from a prosecutor was you need to impeach president right in essence, because I can't prove that he committed obstruction of Justice. It would have been very acceptable for him to write a report, if he had found evidence I can't prove to a jury right there was obstruction of Justice. Probably can't prove the case and get it to a judge. Right. And I definitely can't, you know, I definitely cannot stand cross examination right on my ideas. What obstruction of Justice may be so you impeach and he could've pointed out, and it's a report said this law was broken this person was responsible. This is how they broke the law. This is what constitutes. That crime. Now, the attorney general can do whatever here's our report. Here's what we found. On a factual basis. No. They needed it to be something else all along. It's funny. We heard trade out say that, you know, talking about stroke from the beginning eight-man man that this is headed toward impeachment. I'm on, I'm on board. I'm in. Who does that pumps, somebody who wants to be something there? They their agenda is all about that end and that's exactly what you saw for Muller yesterday. And that statement, you know, I wonder because what you saw from Democrats even yesterday why we'll have to look at everything. But as the NBC analysts are set an MSN BC yesterday. The resistance is pretty ticked off at Mahler. Yeah. Right. So will there be after people digest this? Let's say they digested today and tomorrow and the rhetoric flying both ways, but we get to next week will there be a call an angry. Call from some Democrats that Muller must because remember the Muller must testify I you know, I guess it could come from the Senate. But it's the house that's been making on Democrats in the house had been making all the noise is Nadler, going to say now this Purves we need to get that, you know, look, obviously, I mean we'll will Democrats come out and say, look, obviously, I'm sure they will in the media, obviously Muller wants us to impeach so we need to get Muller in front of us to give us the roadmap to impeachment and tell us specifically why. Yeah, I, I think they're probably at that point right now. Where and what's interesting too, is that, you know, the impeachment thing, right up until now has been Kimberley strassel in the Wall Street Journal a couple of weeks ago wrote, what does Nadler really want, and he wants to show, he wants to put on the show, but the spectacle, does he wanna bad show? Well, here's the thing at some point, you do either have to move on. You know from it or you have to go through with it. So that's the question because after yesterday I think they're probably looking at this going, okay. If we don't, you know, capitalize on this right here were never really going to have a greater shot at impeachment. Again, we don't know what, what, what they'll base it on. What they'll try and make a case on, but this is kind of the. Alarm going off at the end of it. You're going to have to act now or move on. It has you have to make a decision fairly quickly. And if you're Nadler. What did you think? Because I in many ways as Andrew McCarthy points out Muller made it more difficult. What the statement I believe he thought that he was making it easier. I think he thought that he was essentially because of his agenda. He was making this whole thing. A he was going to be a hero. Who's going to be look, I'm telling you and peach that's basically what he said yesterday. We can't do anything. Our hands are tied. But you guys can. Well, and there was some anger because I think a lot of Democrats said, well, wait a minute. Your hands weren't tie. Right. They weren't if you've found something you should have said found something it should been that report, you don't have to move on it. You handed to the G and say the crime was broken. Here's the person or the crime was committed. The, the law was broken. Here's the person that or people that did it. And here's how they did it. This is what constitutes the crime. Here's the report. If you believe it's actionable go, right? We believe a crime was committed right at simple got seen in the constitution keeps kept Muller from doing that. Right. He just didn't want to go down that path. Right. Why? Right. Because he believed under cross examination, it would be torn to shreds hill. Knew he did have an obstruction case, and if they move on and mint, it's going to be torn Astrid shreds. He didn't. He didn't really help the left here on impeachment. He made that a bigger hill to climb. I'm not saying they won't move forward, but it's a lot different. Now, your calls and comments. Coming.

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12:15 min | 3 years ago

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"The Muller just proved us entire operation was a political hit job that trampled the rule of law. I want to get down to this, this portion here. In fact, department of Justice guidelines, expressly prohibit the actions of both Muller and Komi in naming and shaming individuals who were never formally charged with any wrongdoing. This is come come up from a couple of our from couple of our Email. Well, this, this has happened before doesn't matter. You're not supposed to do it right. Quote department of Justice, as a series of cases, makes clear. There is no ordinary legitimate governmental interest served by the government's public allegation of wrongdoing by an uncharged party. And this is true, regardless of what criminal charges may become contemplated by the assistant, United States attorney against the third party for the future states. The department of Justice's formal policy manual on the duties of federal prosecutors, and the principles of federal prosecutions nationwide bar rules governing all practicing attorneys in the United States also explicitly prohibit Muller's display, during Wednesday's press conference quote. The prosecutor in a criminal case shall refrain for making extrajudicial comments that have a substantial likelihood of heightening public condemnation of the accused end of quote states ruled three point eight of the American Bar Association rules of professional conduct multiple federal agents. And prosecutors reached out to the federal after Muller's press conference to express dismay at the former FBI director is behavior, quote, I'd have been crucified under this rule for a not innocent comment about an uncharged party of former federal prosecutor told the federalist, I literally cannot fathom holding a press conference to say that an uncharged person was not innocence innocent, quote, I wished, he's former FBI directors would learn their lessons, keep your mouth shut unless you're referring a case for prosecution. Suggest Danny retired FBI supervisor during a phone call interview with the federalist on Wednesday. Muller's performance made it clear for all to see that what he ran for the last two years wasn't an independent investigation pursuant to the rule of law so much as an inquisition motivated by political animus Muller and his team refused to charge provident Democrats for crimes. He charged against Republicans, Paul Manafort, was charged with unregistered lobbying of foreign governments while mother left alone, longtime democratic donor, Tony Podesta, and former Obama White House counsel, Greg Craig George popadopoulos, and Michael Flynn were charged with making false statements to federal investigators while Clinton campaign cronies, Glenn Simpson. And Christopher steals false statements to congress and the FBI were ignored from non-existent rushing. Connections were plumbed, while a dubious Clinton campaign funded dossier source directly to Russian officials was used as a prosecutorial roadmap rather than rock, solid evidence of actual campaign collusion with the Kremlin every. That we've stated. Yeah, this is. And we by the way we stay that long time ago. We said, if you listen to show you what we said, if Muller does not go down the route of the FIS warrant. And, and the collusion of the DNC, and the Hillary campaign through pain, the former British spy, Christopher Steele, funneling the money to him in order to get dirt from inside the Kremlin. To attempt to destroy the Trump campaign. And when they couldn't do that attempt to destroy the legitimacy of the twenty sixteen election and use that the FBI and intelligence agencies pushing that to get the in the FBI the FIS warrant and the intelligence agencies to disseminate that information out and push it as legit in order to destroy the twenty sixteen election. As we said, if Muller ignores that. Then it shows that he is a political hack when it came out. And we saw that, that was not there. We said that shows the political hackery. We made that early on Dershowitz disagreed with us in thought than Muller was honorable yesterday, Bali. Alan Dershowitz came out and said, no. He's yes. That this is a partisan. This is not a what a prosecutor does. This is what a politician, a political hack does it was. It was. It was political trolling yesterday. That's what that was. Had to have his moment. He had to make his moment of any else makes the point. He said Muller says. My report stands, you know, stands for itself within why are you explaining day? Exactly then. Why are you here? Why are you here? Right. Well, this is something I said yesterday, I said, you know, because we're talking about will he testify and we said yesterday, there's no way Muller's going to testify. This is hours before he came out statement is hours before anybody knew he was going to make the statement. But we said no he's not going to testify and his statement is already I mean, all that he has had to say is already in his report. And it's funny he set he actually said that during his statement. Then why are you here? You're at a podium. I'm not going to be speaking. You're doing it right now. It's ridiculous. But he had to make the statement. Had to make a statement. Well, we're not going to tell you he was innocent. That's all folks, I gotta go. What the hell does that mean what it means is I need my friends on the hill to get this done because I can't find a thing, what it was from a prosecutor was you need to impeach president right in essence, because I can't prove that he committed obstruction of Justice. It would have been very acceptable for him to write a report, if he had found evidence I can't prove to a jury right there was obstruction of Justice. I probably can't prove the case and get it to a judge. Right. And I definitely can't, you know, I definitely cannot stand cross examination right on my ideas, but obstruction of Justice may be so you impeach right? And he could've pointed out and his report said, this law was broken this person was responsible. This is how they broke the law. This is what constitutes. That crime. Now, the attorney general can do whatever here's our report. Here's what we found. On a factual base go. They needed it to be something else all along. It's funny. We heard trae out say that, you know, talking about struck from the beginning of this is headed toward impeachment. I'm on, I'm on board. I'm in. Who does that put somebody who wants it to be something there. They their agenda is all about that end and that's exactly what you saw for Muller yesterday. And that statement, you know, I wonder because what you saw from Democrats even yesterday Bob will have to look at everything, but as the NBC analysts said, unanmous NBC yesterday. The resistance is pretty ticked off at Muller. Yeah. Right. So will there be after people digest this, and let's say they digested today and tomorrow and the rhetoric flying both ways, but we get to next week will there be a call an angry. Call from some Democrats that Muller must too, because remember the Muller must testify, I guess it could come from the Senate. But it's the house it's been making its Democrats in the house had been making all the noise is Nadler gonna say now this Purves, we need to get that, you know, look, obviously, I mean, we'll Democrats come out and say, look, obviously, I'm sure they won't the media, obviously Muller wants us to impeach so we need to get Muller in front of us to give us the roadmap to impeachment and tell us specifically why. Yeah, I, I think they're probably at that point right now where in what's interesting, too, is that, you know, the impeachment thing, right up until now has been Kimberley strassel in the Wall Street Journal a couple of weeks ago wrote, what does Nadler really want, and he wants to show, he wants to put on the show big spectacle, does he wanna bad show though? Well, here's the thing at some point, you do either have to move on. You know from it or you have to go through with it. So that's the question because after yesterday I think they're probably looking at this on okay, if we don't capitalize on this. Right here were never really going to have a greater shot at impeachment. Again, we don't know what, what, what the base it on. What they'll try and make a case on? But this is kind of the. Alarm going off at the end of it. You're going to have to act now or move on. It has you have to make a decision fairly quickly. And if you're Nadler. What did you think? Because I in many ways as Andrew McCarthy points out Muller made it more difficult. With the statement, I believe he thought that he was making it easier. I think he thought that he was essentially because of his agenda. He was making this whole thing. He was going to be the hero who's going to be. Look, I'm telling you in peach. That's basically what he said yesterday. We can't do anything. Our hands are tied. But you guys can. Well, and there was some anger because I think a lot of Democrats said, we'll wait a minute. Your hands weren't tie. Right. They weren't if you've found something you should have said found something it should been in that report, you don't have to move on it. You handed to the G and say the crime was broken. Here's the person or the crime was committed. The, the law was broken. Here's the person that or people that did it. And here's how they did it. This is what constitutes the crime. Here's the report. If you believe it's actionable go, right? We believe a crime was committed. Right. That simple nothing in the constitution keeps. Kept Muller from doing that. He just didn't want to go down that path, right? Why? Because he believed under cross examination, it would be torn to shreds him knew he didn't have an obstruction case, and if they move on and peach mint, it's going to be torn to shreds. He didn't. He didn't really help the left here on impeachment. He made that a bigger hill to climb. I'm not saying they won't move forward, but it's a lot different. Now, your calls and comments. Coming.

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12:13 min | 3 years ago

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"Com. The Muller's has proved his entire operation was a political hit job that trampled, the rule of law. I want to get down to this, this portion here. In fact, department of Justice guidelines, expressly prohibit the actions of both Mahler and Komi in naming shaming individuals who were never formally charged with any wrongdoing. This is come come up from a couple of our from a couple of our Email or stable. Well, this, this has happened before doesn't matter. You're not supposed to do it right. Quote department of Justice, as a series of cases, makes clear. There is no ordinary legitimate governmental interest served by the government's public allegation of wrongdoing by an uncharged party. And this is true, regardless of what criminal charges may become contemplated by the assistant, United States attorney against the third party for the future states. The department of Justice's formal policy manual on the duties of federal prosecutors, and the principles of federal prosecutions nationwide bar rules governing all practicing attorneys in the United States also explicitly prohibit Muller's display, during Wednesday's press conference quote. The prosecutor in a criminal case shall refrain for making extrajudicial comments that have a substantial likelihood of heightening public condemnation of the accused end of quote states ruled three point eight of the American Bar Association rules of professional conduct multiple federal agents. And prosecutors reached out to the federal after Muller's press conference to express dismay at the former FBI director is behavior, quote, I'd have been crucified under this rule for a not innocent comment about an uncharged party. A former federal prosecutor told the federalist, I literally cannot fathom holding a press conference to say that an uncharged person was not innocence innocent. Quote, I wish he's former FBI directors would learn their lessons. Keep your mouth shut unless you're referring a case for prosecution. Said Jeff, Dan rea retired FBI supervisor during a phone call interview with the federalist on Wednesday. Muller's performance made it clear for all to see that what he ran for the last two years wasn't an independent investigation pursuant to the rule of law so much as an inquisition motivated by political animus Muller and his team refused to charge provident Democrats for crimes. He charged against Republicans, Paul Manafort, was charged with unregistered lobbying of foreign governments while Muller left alone, longtime democratic donor, Tony Podesta, and former Obama White House counsel, Greg Craig George popadopoulos, and Michael Flynn charged with making false statements to federal investigators while Clinton campaign cronies, Glenn Simpson. And Christopher steals false statements to congress and the FBI were ignored Trump's non-existent rushing connections were plumbed, while a dubious Clinton campaign funded dossier source directly to Russian officials was used as a prosecutorial, roadmap rather than rock, solid evidence of actual campaign collusion with the Kremlin. Everyday. We have stated. Yeah, this is. And we by the way we stay that long time ago. We said, if you listen to show you what we said, if Muller does not go down the route of the FIS award. And, and the collusion of the DNC and the Hillary campaign through pain, the former British spy, Christopher Steele by funneling the money to him in order to get dirt from inside the Kremlin. To attempt to destroy the Trump campaign. And when they couldn't do that attempt to destroy the legitimacy of the two thousand sixteen election and use that the FBI and intelligence agencies pushing that to get the, the FBI the FIS award and the intelligence agencies to disseminate that information out and push it as legit in order to destroy the twenty sixteen election. As we said, if Muller ignores that. Then it shows that he is a political hack when it came out. And we saw that, that was not there. We said that shows the political hackery. We made that early on Dershowitz disagreed with us in thought than Muller was honorable yesterday, Bali. Alan Dershowitz came out and said, no, he's partisan. Guess that this is a partisan. This is not a what a prosecutor does. This is what a politician a political hack does. And it was. It was it was political trolling yesterday. That's what that was. He had to have his moment. He had to make his moment. Nielsen makes the point. He said Muller says. My report stands, you know, stands for itself within why are you explaining exactly then? Why are you here? Why are you here? Right. Well, this is something I said yesterday, I said, you know, the because we're talking about will he testify and we said yesterday, there's no way mama's going to testify. This is hours before he came out statement. This is hours before anybody knew he was going to make a statement. But we said no he's not going to testify and his statement is already I mean, all that he has had to say is already in his report. And it's funny he set he actually said that during his statement. Then why are you here? You're at a podium. I'm not going to be speaking. You're doing it right now. I mean it's ridiculous. But he had to make the statement. Had to make a statement. Now we're not going to tell you. He was innocent. That's all folks, I gotta go. What the hell does that mean what it means is I need my friends on the hill to get this done 'cause I can't find a thing, what it was from a prosecutor was you need to impeach president right in essence, because I can't prove that he committed obstruction of Justice, right? It would have been very acceptable for him to write a report, if he had found evidence I can't prove to a jury right, there was obstructed Justice. I probably can't prove the case and get it to judge right? And I definitely can't, you know, I definitely cannot stand cross examination right on my ideas. What obstruction of Justice may be so you impeach right? And I mean. He could've pointed out in his report said this law was broken this person was responsible. This is how they broke the law. This is what constitutes. That crime. Now, the attorney general can do whatever here's our report. Here's what we found. On a factual basis. Nope. They needed it to be something else all along. It's funny we heard tray gouty say that, you know, talking about struck from the beginning eight-man that this is headed toward impeachment. I'm on, I'm on board. I mean. Who does that somebody who wants it to be something there? They their agenda is all about that end. And that's exactly what you saw for Muller yesterday. And that statement, you know, I wonder because what you saw from Democrats even yesterday why we'll have to look at everything. But as the NBC analysts said MSNBC yesterday, the resistance is pretty ticked off at Muller. Yeah. Right. So will there be after people digest this? Let's say they digested today and tomorrow and the rhetoric flying both ways, but we get to next week will there be a call an angry. Call from some Democrats that Muller must too, because remember the Muller must testify, I guess it could come from the Senate. But it's the house it's been making its Democrats in the house had been making all the noise is Nadler, going to say now this Purves we need to get that, you know, look, obviously, I mean, we'll Democrats come out and say, look, obviously, I'm sure they won't the media, obviously Muller wants us to impeach so we need to get Muller in front of us to give us the roadmap to impeachment and tell us specifically why. Yeah, I, I think they're probably at that point right now where in what's interesting, too, is that, you know, the impeachment thing, right up until now has been Kimberley strassel, and the Wall Street Journal a couple of weeks ago wrote, what does Nadler really want, and he wants to show, he wants to put on the show spectacle, does he want bad show? Well, here's the thing. At some point, you do either have to move on. You know from it or you have to go through with it. So that's the question because after yesterday I think they're probably looking okay. If we don't, you know, capitalize on this right here were never really going to have a greater shot at impeachment. Again, we don't know what, what, what they'll base it on. What they'll try and make a case on, but this is kind of the. Alarm going off at the end of it. You're going to have to act now or move on. It has you have to make decision fairly quickly. And if you're Nadler. What did you think? Because I in many ways as Andrew McCarthy points out Muller made it more difficult. With the statement, I believe he thought that he was making it easier. I think he thought that he was essentially because of his agenda. He was making this whole thing. He was going to be the hero who's going to be. Look, I'm telling you in peach. That's basically what he said yesterday. We can't do anything. Our hands are tied. But you guys can. Well, and there was some anger because I think a lot of Democrats said, well, wait a minute. Your hands weren't tied. Right. They weren't if you've found something you should have said found something, it should that report, you don't have to move on it. You handed to the GNC, the crime was broken. Here's the person or the crime was committed. The, the law was broken. Here's the person that or people that did it. And here's how they did it. This is what constitutes the crime. Here's the report. If you believe it's actionable go, right? We believe a crime was committed right at simple. Not seen in the constitutional keeps. Kept Muller from doing that. He just didn't want to go down that path, right? Why? Because he believed under cross examination, it would be torn to shreds hill. Knew he did have an obstruction case, and if they move on and pizza, and it's going to be torn distract shreds. He didn't. He didn't really help the left here on impeachment. He made that a bigger hill to climb. I'm not saying they won't move forward,.

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09:36 min | 3 years ago

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"The Muller's has proved us entire operation was a political hit job that try trampled the rule of law. I want to get down to this, this portion here. In fact, department of Justice guidelines, expressly prohibit the actions of both Muller and Komi in naming and shaming individuals who were never formally charged with any wrongdoing. This has come come from a couple of our from couple of our Email, or well, this, this has happened before doesn't matter. You're not supposed to do it right. Quote department of Justice, as a series of cases, makes clear. There is no ordinary legitimate governmental interest served by the government's public allegation of wrongdoing by an uncharged party. And this is true, regardless of what criminal charges may become contemplated by the assistant United States attorney against third party for the future states that department of Justice's formal policy manual on the duties of federal prosecutors, and the principles of federal prosecutions nationwide bar rules governing all practicing attorneys in the United States also explicitly prohibit Muller's display during Wednesday's press conference quote. The prosecutor in a criminal case shall refrain for making extrajudicial comments that have a substantial likelihood of heightening public condemnation of the accused end of quote states ruled three point eight of the American Bar Association rules of professional conduct multiple federal agents. And prosecutors reached out to the federal after Muller's press conference to express dismay at the former FBI director is behavior, quote, I'd have been crucified under this rule for a not innocent comment about an uncharged party of former federal prosecutor told the federalist, I literally cannot fathom holding a press conference to say that an uncharged person was not innocence innocent. Quote, I wish these former FBI directors would learn their lessons. Keep your mouth shut unless you're referring a case for prosecution. Suggest Dan rea retired. F B I supervisor during a phone call interview with the federalist on Wednesday. Muller's performance made it clear for all to see that what he ran for the last two years wasn't an independent investigation pursuant to the rule of law so much as an inquisition motivated by political animus Muller and his team refused to charge prominent Democrats for crimes. He charged against Republicans, Paul Manafort, was charged with unregistered lobbying of foreign governments while Muller left alone, longtime democratic donor, Tony Podesta, and former Obama White House counsel, Greg Craig, George popadopoulos, and Michael Flynn, which with making false statements to federal investigators while Clinton campaign cronies Glenn Simpson. And Christopher steals false statements to congress and the FBI were ignored Trump's non-existent rushing. Connections were plumbed will dubious Clinton campaign funded dossier source directly to Russian officials was used as a prosecutorial roadmap rather than rock, solid evidence of actual campaign collusion with the Kremlin every. That we have stated. Yeah, this is. And we by the way we stay that long time ago. We said, if you listen to show you what we said, if Muller does not go down the route of the FIS award. And, and the collusion of the DNC and the Hillary campaign through pain, the former British spy, Christopher Steele by funneling the money to him in order to get dirt from inside the Kremlin. To attempt to destroy the Trump campaign. And when they couldn't do that attempt to destroy the legitimacy of the twenty sixteen election and use that the FBI and intelligence agencies pushing that to get the, the FBI the FIS warrant and the intelligence agencies to disseminate that information out and push it as legit in order to destroy the twenty sixteen election. As we said, if Muller ignores that. Then it shows that he is a political hack when it came out. And we saw that, that was not there. We said that shows the political hackery. We made that early on Dershowitz disagreed with us in thought than Muller was honorable yesterday, Bali. Alan Dershowitz came out and said, no, he's partisan. Guess that this is a partisan. This is not a what a prosecutor does this is what a politician political hack does. And it was. It was it was political trolling yesterday. That's what that was. He had to have his moment. He had to make his moment away. And he also makes the point he said Muller says. My report stands, you know, dance for itself within why are you explaining exactly then? Why are you here? Why are you here? Right. Well, this is something I said yesterday, I said, you know, because we're talking about will he testify and we said yesterday, there's no way mama's going to testify this hours before he came out and made a statement. This is hours before anybody knew he was going to make a statement. But we said no he's not going to testify and his statement is already I mean, all that he has had to say is already in his report. That it's funny, he, he actually said that during his statement, then why are you here? You're at a podium. I'm not going to be speaking. You're doing it right now. I mean it's ridiculous. But he had to make a statement. Had to make a statement. Well, we're not going to tell you he was innocent. That's all folks, I gotta go. What the hell does that mean what it means is I need my friends on the hill to get this done because I can't find a thing at what it was from a prosecutor was you need to impeach president, right in essence, because I can't prove that he committed obstruction of Justice. It would have been very acceptable for him to write a report, if he had found evidence I can't prove to a jury right there was obstruction of Justice. I probably can't prove the case and get it to judge. Right. And I definitely can't, you know, I definitely cannot stand cross examination right on my ideas. What obstruction of Justice may be so you impeach right? And I mean, he could could've pointed out, and it's a report said this law was broken this person was responsible. This is how they broke the law. This is what constitutes. That crime. Now, the attorney general can do whatever here's our report. Here's what we found. On a factual basis. No. They needed it to be something else all along. It's funny we heard tray gouty say that, you know talking about struck from the beginning. Hey man that this is headed toward impeachment. I'm on, I'm on board. I'm. Who does that put somebody who wanted to be something there? They their agenda is all about that end and that's exactly what you saw for Muller yesterday. And that statement, you know, I wonder because of what you saw from Democrats even yesterday why we'll have to look at everything. But as the NBC analysts said animus embassy yesterday. The resistance is pretty ticked off at Muller. Yeah. Right. So will there be after people digest this? Let's say they digested today and tomorrow and the rhetoric flying both ways, but we get to next week will there be a call an angry. Call from some Democrats that Muller must too, because remember the Muller must testify, I guess it could come from the Senate. But it's the house it's been making its Democrats in the house had been making all the noise is Nadler, going to say now this Purves we need to get that, you know, look, obviously, I mean, we'll Democrats come out and say, look, obviously, I'm sure they will in the media, obviously Muller wants to impeach. So we need to get Muller in front of us to give us the roadmap to impeachment and tell us specifically, why. Yeah, I, I think they're probably at that point right now where and what's interesting too, is that, you know, the impeachment thing right up until now has been Kimberly struggle in the Wall Street Journal a couple of weeks ago wrote, what does Nadler really want, and he wants the show? He wants to put on the shop.

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02:49 min | 3 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"How excited would you be? It's an energy drink. Right. I think so. Yeah. Christmas very excited. I mean very. Excited also take a dirty in Dini. Wait a minute. That's, that's if you're hard drinking doesn't have alcohol in it. Does it John? It's just an energy. It's just like a monster energy, drink coffee. What do you think he's doing right now? John, let's call them. We'll catch up him. We catch up with yesterday didn't run, right? And terrier make an appearance dmt me message me. Yeah. Thanks for the shout out. I was like the riot. Oh my God. That's awesome. Congratulations. Then crazy day yesterday. I looked up at one time. And he's, he's partying with Chris Fowler. I look up at another time. He's partying with Marlins. Macho man savage. Craig Minervini Craig George George yesterday. That was a real thrill to see Craig degeorge live in the flesh. Would you go regular giaour ice, jaw because I'd have an ice, jaw before regular jaw. So you've gotta being Java. You've got it being a coffee type during the John Dan, very different. Thank all your contribution. John, jaw batted two sixty three for his career. I think that would make him one of the best hitters in the league right now. I went to a baseball game. And everyone's batting average is bad. Now, have you noticed this? Everyone is in the two. Twenty they're all sitting home runs. I saw giants Marlins. Okay. That's James is the last time you paid attention. But that's the problem you went to see one of the few teams as bad as the Marla gamed hasn't really changed because Pablo Sandoval was the best hitter for the giants. And he's playing third at the hot quarters, like never left. He's betting to Ninety-three the patients like four thirty in today's age. So Tim, McMahon basketball guy to me MAC has developed some opinions on what Daryl Morey is thinking about doing this in response. To an Adrian wilderness hausky report yesterday that everything is on the table for the Houston Rockets, Capellas available. Chris Paul's available. It's hard to imagine hardened being available, but Daryl Morey is impatient. His aggressive you've seen what happens look at who's playing in the finals tonight. You you've seen what happens when a GM makes a bold move, because he realizes his team isn't good enough. You saw a sad Damara Rosen on Instagram right showing you that he's very excited for his teammates, while on vacation, and it's got to hurt tomorrow, to Rosen to no man, the only change they made was they got rid of me and they put someone better in my place. And look at twin Casey, too. You think tomorrow Rosen isn't looking in a mirror on this one. Like they traded their most popular player ever for quite Leonard. And now they're the raptors aren't rap during anymore. I mean they got a better player he has to recognize and realize that they upgraded it was really hurt..

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12:19 min | 3 years ago

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"The Muller's proved as entire operating was a political hit job that trampled the rule of law. I wanna get down to this, this portion here. In fact, department of Justice guidelines, expressly prohibit the actions of both Mahler and Komi in naming and shaming individuals who were never formally charged with any wrongdoing. This come up from a couple of our. From a couple of our Email or stable. Well, this has happened before doesn't matter. You're not supposed to do it. Right. Quote department of Justice, as a series of cases, makes clear. There is no ordinary legitimate governmental interest served by the government's public allegation of wrongdoing by an uncharged party. And this is true, regardless of what criminal charges may become contemplated by the assistant United States attorney against third party for the future states that apartment of justices formal policy manual on the duties of Vetere prosecutors, and the principles of federal prosecutions nationwide bar rules governing all practicing attorneys in the United States also explicitly prohibit Muller's display during Wednesday's press conference quote. The prosecutor in a criminal case shall refrain for making extrajudicial comments that have a substantial likelihood of heightening public condemnation of the accused end of quote states ruled three point eight of the American Bar Association rules of professional conduct multiple federal agents. And prosecutors reached out to the federal after Muller's press conference to express dismay at the former FBI directors behavior, quote, I'd have been crucified under this rule for a not innocent comment about an uncharged party of former federal prosecutor told the federalist, I literally cannot fathom holding a press conference to say that an uncharged person was not innocence innocence, quote. I wish these former FBI directors would learn their lessons. Keep your mouth shut unless you're referring a case for prosecution. Said, Jeff Danny retired FBI supervisor during a phone call interview with the federalist on Wednesday. Muller's performance made it clear for all to see that what he ran for the last two years wasn't an independent investigation pursuant to the rule of law so much as an inquisition motivated by political animus Muller and his team refused to charge prominent Democrats for crimes. He charged against Republicans, Paul Manafort, was charged with unregistered lobbying of foreign governments while Muller left alone, longtime democratic donor, Tony Podesta, and former Obama White House counsel, Greg Craig George popadopoulos, and Michael Flynn charged with making false statements to federal investigators while Clinton campaign cronies, Glenn Simpson. And Christopher steals all statements to congress and the FBI were ignored Trump's non-existent rushing. Connections were plumbed will do Clinton campaign funded dossier source directly to Russian officials was used as a prosecutorial, roadmap rather than rock, solid evidence of actual campaign collusion with the Kremlin every. Thing that we have stated. Yeah. This is by the way we stay that long time ago. We listened to what we said, if Molly does not go down the route of the FIS award. And, and the collusion of the DNC and Hillary campaign through pain, the former British fide Christopher Steele funneling the money to him in order to get dirt from inside the Kremlin. To attempt to destroy the Trump campaign. And when they couldn't do that attempt to destroy the legitimacy of the twenty sixteen election and use that the FBI and intelligence agencies pushing that to get the, the fives award and the intelligence agencies to disseminate that information and push it as legit in order to destroy the twenty sixteen election. As we said, if Muller ignores that. Then it shows that he is a political hack when it came out. And we saw that, that was not there. We said that shows the political hackery. We made that early on. Dershowitz disagreed with us and thought then Muller's honorable yesterday. Bali Allender Schwartz came out and said, no support. Yes, this is a partisan. This is not a what a prosecutor does. This is what a politician a political hack does. And it was. It was it was political trolling yesterday. That's what that was. He had to have his moment. He had to make his moment. The else makes the point. He said Muller says. My report stands dance for itself within why are you explaining day? Exactly then. Why are you here? Why are you here? Right. Well, this is something I said yesterday, I said, you know, because we're talking about will he testify and we said yesterday, there's no way Muller's going to testify this hours before he came out and made a statement. This is hours before anybody knew he was going to make a statement. But we said no he's not going to testify and his statement is already I mean, all that he has had to say is already in his report. Then it's funny. He he actually said that during his statement then why are you here here at a podium? I'm not going to be speaking. You're doing it right now. I mean it's ridiculous. But he had to make a statement. Had to make state. Well, we're not going to tell you he was innocent. That's all folks, I gotta go. What the hell does that mean what it means is I need my friends on the hill to get this done because I can't find thing, what it was from a prosecutor was you need to impeach president right in essence, because I can't prove that he committed obstruction of Justice. It would have been very acceptable for him to write a report, if he had found evidence I can't prove to a jury, there was obstructed Justice. I probably can't prove the case and get it to judge right? And I definitely can't, you know, I definitely cannot stand cross examination right on my ideas. What obstruction of Justice may be so you impeach right? And I mean, he could have pointed out, and as a report said, this law was broken this person was responsible. This is how they broke the law. This is what constitutes. That crime. Now, the attorney general can do whatever here's our report. Here's what we found. On a factual basis. Nope. They needed it to be something else all along. It's funny. We heard trae out say that talking about struck from the beginning. Hey, man. This is headed toward impeachment. I'm on, I'm bored. I'm in. Who does that somebody who wanted to be something there? They their agenda is all about that end and that's exactly what you saw Muller yesterday. And that statement, I wonder because of what you saw from Democrats even yesterday why we'll have to look at everything. But as the NBC analysts said unanmous embassy yesterday. The resistance is pretty ticked off at Muller. Right. So will there be after people digest this, and let's say they digest today and tomorrow and the rhetoric spine both ways, but we get to next week will there be a call an angry. Call from some Democrats that Muller must too, because remember the Muller must testify, I guess it could come from the Senate. But it's the house it's been making its Democrats in the house it, but making all the noise is Nadler gonna say now this Purves, we need to get that, you know, look, obviously, I mean will Democrats come out and say, look, obviously, I'm sure they won't the media, obviously Muller wants us to impeach so we need to get Muller in front of us to give the roadmap to impeachment and tell us specifically why. Yeah, I, I think they're probably at that point right now where what's interesting too. Is that you know, the impeachment thing right up until now. Zeman Kimberly stressful. In the Wall Street Journal a couple of weeks ago wrote, what does Nadler really want, and he wants to the show? He wants to put on the show, expectable does he wanna bad show them? Well, here's the thing. At some point, you do either have to move on. You know from it or you have to go through with it. So that's the question because after yesterday I think they're probably looking at this going, okay. If we don't you know, capitalize on this right here. We're never really going to have a greater shot at impeachment. Again, we don't know what will will base it on what they'll try and make a case on, but this is kind of the. Alarm going off at the end of it. You're going to have to act now or move on. It has you have to make decisions fairly quickly. And if you're not ler. What did you think? Because I in many ways as Andrew McCarthy points out Muller made it more difficult. With the statement, I believe he thought that he was making it easier. I think he thought that he was essentially because of his agenda. He was making this whole thing. He was going to be the hero who's going to be look, I'm telling you and peach, that's basically what he said yesterday. We can't do anything. Our hands are tied. But you guys can well, and there was some anger because I think a lot of Democrats will wait a minute your hands weren't tied. Right. They weren't. If you've found something you should have said found something it should've been that report, you don't have to move on it. You handed to the G and say the crime was broken. Here's the person the crime was committed. The law was broken. Here's the person that or people that did it. And here's how they did it, this is what constitutes the crime. Here's the report. If you believe it's actionable go, right? We believe crimes committed right at simple. Nothing in the constitutional keeps kept Muller from doing that. He just didn't want to go down that path, right? Why? Because he believed under cross examination, it would be torn to shreds hill. Knew he did have an obstruction case, and if they move on and peach mint, it's going to be torn Astrid treads. He didn't. He didn't really help the left here on impeachment. He made that a bigger hill to climb. I'm not saying they won't move forward, but it's a lot different. Now, your calls and.

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WMAL 630AM

10:51 min | 3 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Criminal case shall refrain for making extrajudicial comments that have a substantial likelihood of heightening public condemnation of the accused end of quote states ruled three point eight of the American Bar Association rules of professional conduct multiple federal agents. And prosecutors reached out to the federal after Muller's press conference to express dismay at the former FBI director is behavior, quote, I'd have been crucified under this rule for a not innocent comment about an uncharged party of former federal prosecutor told the federalist, I literally cannot fathom holding a press conference to say that an uncharged person was not innocence innocence. Quote. I wish these former FBI directors would learn their lessons. Keep your mouth shut unless you're referring, a case for prosecution said, Jeff Danna retired. F B I supervisor during a phone call interview with the federalist on Wednesday Muller's performance. Made it clear for all the see what he ran for the last two years, wasn't an independent investigation pursuant to the rule of law so much as an inquisition motivated by political animus Muller and his team refused to charge prominent Democrats crimes he charged against Republicans. Paul Manafort was charged with unregistered lobbying of foreign governments while Muller left alone, longtime democratic donor, Tony Podesta, and former Obama White House counsel, Greg, Craig. George popadopoulos and Michael Flynn charged with making false statements to federal investigators while Clinton campaign cronies, Glenn Simpson. And Christopher steals false statements to congress and the F, B I were Nord prompts non-existent rushing connections were plumbed, while a dubious Clinton campaign funded dossier source directly to Russian officials was used as prosecutorial, roadmap, rather than rock, solid evidence of actual campaign collusion. With the Kremlin, everything that we've stated. Yeah. This is. And we by the way we stay that long time ago. We listen to what we said, if Muller does not go down the route of the FIS award. And, and the collusion of the DNC and the Hillary campaign through pain, the former British fide Christopher Steele by funneling the money to him in order to get dirt from inside the Kremlin. To attempt to destroy the Trump campaign. And when they couldn't do that attempt to destroy the legitimacy of the twenty sixteen election and use that the FBI and intelligence agencies pushing that to get the, the FIS award and the intelligence agencies to disseminate that information out and push it as legit in order to destroy the twenty sixteen election. As we said, if Muller ignores that. Then it shows that he is a political hack when it came out. And we saw that, that was not there. We said that shows the political hackery. We made that early on. Dershowitz disagreed with us and thought than Muller's honorable yesterday. Bali Allender came out and said, no support. Yes, that this is a partisan. This is not a what a prosecutor does this is what a politician a political act does. And it was it was it was political trolling yesterday. That's what that was. He had to have his moment. He had to make his moment of Nielsen makes the point. He said Muller says. My report stands, you know, dance for it self within. Why are you still learning? Exactly then. Why are you here? Why are you here? Right. Well, this is something I said yesterday, I said, you know, because we're talking about will he testify and we said yesterday, there's no way is going to testify this hours before he came out and made the statement as hours before anybody knew he was going to make a statement. But we said no he's not going to testify and his statement is already I mean, all that he has had to say is already in his report. Then it's funny. He's, he actually said that during his statement, then why are you here? You're at a podium. I'm not going to be speaking. You're doing it right now. I mean it's ridiculous. But he had to make the statement. Had to make a statement. Well, we're not going to tell you he was innocent. That's all folks, I gotta go. What the hell is that me what it means is I need my friends on the hill to get this done because I can't find a thing, what was from of prosecutor was you need to impeach president right in, because I can't prove that he committed obstruction of Justice. It would have been very acceptable for him to write a report, if he had found evidence I can't prove to a jury there was obstructed of Justice. I probably can't prove the case and get it to judge right? And I definitely can't, you know, I definitely cannot stand cross examination right on my ideas of what obstruction of Justice may be so you impeach right? And I mean, he could have pointed out, and as a report said, this law was broken this person was responsible. This is how they broke the law. This is what constitutes. That crime. Now, the attorney general can do whatever here's our report. Here's what we found. On a factual basis. No. They needed it to be something else all along. It's funny. We heard trae out say that, you know talking about struck from the beginning. Hey, man. This is headed toward impeachment. I'm on, I'm on board. I'm in. Who does that somebody who wanted to be something there? They their agenda is all about that end and that's exactly what you saw for Muller yesterday. And that statement, you know, I wonder because what you saw from Democrats even yesterday why we'll have to look at everything. But as the NBC analysts said, unanmous Amisi yesterday, the resistance is pretty ticked off at Muller. Yeah. Right. So will there be after people digest this? Let's say they digest it today and tomorrow and the rhetoric flying both ways, but we get to next week will there be a call an angry. Call from some Democrats that Muller must too, because remember the Muller must testify, I guess it could come from the Senate. But it's the house has been making its Democrats in the house it, but making all the noise is Nadler gonna say now this Purves, we need to get that, you know, look, obviously, I mean will Democrats come out and say, look, obviously, I'm sure they won't the media, obviously Muller wants us to impeach so we need to get Muller in front of us to give us the roadmap to impeachment and tell us specifically why. Yeah, I, I think they're probably at that point right now where in what's interesting too. Is that, you know, the impeachment thing right up until now been complete struggle in the Wall Street Journal a couple of weeks ago wrote, what does Nadler really want, and he wants to show wants to put on the show of expectable? Does he wanna bad show them? Well, here's the thing. At some point, you do either have to move on. You know from it or you have to go through with it. So that's the question because after yesterday I think they're probably looking this, okay. If we don't, you know, capitalize on this right here were never really going to have a greater shot at impeachment. Again, we don't know what will base it on. What they'll try and make a case on? But this is kind of the. Alarm going off at the end of it. You're going to have to act now or move on. It has you have to make decisions fairly quickly. And if you're not ler. What do you think? Because I in many ways as Andrew McCarthy points out Muller made it more difficult. With the statement, I believe he thought that he was making it easier. I think he thought that he was essentially because of his agenda. He was making this whole thing. He was going to be the hero. He was going to be look, I'm telling you in peach. That's basically what he said yesterday. We can't do anything. Our hands are tied. But you guys can well, and there are some anger because I think a lot of Democrats will wait a minute. Your hands weren't tied. Right. They weren't. If you found something you should have said found something it should in that report, you don't have to move on it. You handed to the G and say the crime was broken. Here's the person of the crime was committed. The law was broken. Here's the person that or people that did it. And here's how they did it, this is what constitutes the crime. Here's the report. If you believe it's actionable go, right? We believe a crime was committed, right? At simple nothing in the constitution keeps kept Muller from doing that. He just didn't want to go down that path, right? Why? Because he believed under cross examination, it would be torn to shreds hill. Knew he didn't have an obstruction case, and if they move on and peach mint, it's going to be torn to strike shreds. He didn't. He didn't really help the left here on impeachment. He made that a bigger hill to climb. I'm not saying they won't move forward, but it's a lot different. Now, your calls.

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"craig george" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

12:21 min | 3 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"This column from the federal dot com. The Muller's has proved us entire operation was a political hit job that trampled, the rule of law. I want to get down to this, this portion here. In fact, department of Justice guidelines, expressly prohibit the actions of both Muller and Komi in naming and shaming individuals who were never formerly charged with any wrongdoing. This has come up come up from a couple of our from couple of our Email or stable. Well, this, this has happened before doesn't matter. You're not supposed to do it right. Quote department of Justice, as a series of cases, makes clear. There is no ordinary legitimate governmental interest served by the government's public allegation of wrongdoing by an uncharged party. And this is true, regardless of what criminal charges may become contemplated by the assistant United States attorney against a third party for the future states. The department of Justice's formal policy manual on the duties federal prosecutors, and the principles of federal prosecutions nationwide bar rules governing all practicing attorneys in the United States also explicitly prohibit Muller's display, during Wednesday's press conference, quote. The prosecutor in a criminal case shall refrain for making extrajudicial comments that have a substantial likelihood of heightening public condemnation of the accused end of quote states ruled three point eight of the American Bar Association rules of professional conduct multiple federal agents. And prosecutors reached out to the federal after Muller's press conference to express dismay at the former FBI director is behavior, quote, I'd have been crucified under this rule for a not innocent comment about an uncharged party. A former federal prosecutor told the federalist, I literally cannot fathom holding a press conference to say that an uncharged person was not innocence innocent. Quote, I wish these former FBI directors would learn their lessons. Keep your mouth shut unless you're referring a case for prosecution. Said Jeff Danny retired. F B I supervisor during a phone call interview with the federalist on Wednesday. Muller's performance made it clear for all to see what he ran for the last two years, wasn't an independent investigation pursuant to the rule of law so much as an inquisition motivated by political animus Muller and his team refused to charge prominent Democrats for crimes. He charged against Republicans, Paul Manafort, was charged with unregistered lobbying of foreign governments while mother left alone, longtime democratic donor, Tony Podesta, and former Obama White House counsel, Greg Craig George popadopoulos, and Michael Flynn were charged with making false statements to federal investigators while Clinton campaign cronies, Glenn Simpson. And Christopher steals false statements to congress and the FBI were ignored Trump's non-existent rushing connections were plumbed, while a dubious Clinton campaign funded dossier source directly to Russian officials was used as a prosecutorial, roadmap rather than rock, solid evidence of actual campaign collusion with the Kremlin every. Thing that we've stated. Yeah, this is. And we by the way we stay that long time ago. We said, if you listen to show you what we said, if Muller does not go down the route of the FIS award. And, and the collusion of the DNC the Hillary campaign through pain, the former British fide Christopher Steele by funneling the money to him in order to get dirt from inside the Kremlin. To attempt to destroy the Trump campaign. And when they couldn't do that attempt to destroy the legitimacy of the twenty sixteen election and use that the FBI and intelligence agencies pushing that to get the in the FBI the FIS a warrant and the intelligence agencies to disseminate that information out and push it as legit in order to destroy the twenty sixteen election. As we said, if Muller ignores that. Bennett shows that he is a political hack when it came out. And we saw that, that was not there. We said that shows the political hackery. We made that early on. Dershowitz disagreed with us in thought Muller was honorable yesterday. Bali. Ellen Dershowitz came out and said, no, he's guess that this is a partisan. This is not a what a prosecutor does. This is what a politician a political hack does. And it was. It was it was political trolling yesterday. That's what that was. He had to have his moment. He had to make his moment of any else makes the point. He said, baller says. My report stands, you know, stands for itself within why are you explaining day? Exactly then. Why are you here? Why are you here? Right. Well, this is something I said yesterday, I said, you know, because we're talking about will he testify and we said yesterday, there's no way is going to testify, this is hours before he came out and met statement. This is hours before anybody knew he was going to make a statement. But we said no he's not going to testify and his statement is already I mean, all that he has had to say is already in his report. But it's funny he said he actually said that during his statement, then why are you here? You're at a podium. I'm not going to be speaking. You're doing it right now. It's ridiculous. But he had to make the statement. Had to make a statement. Well, we're not going to tell you he was innocent. That's all folks, I gotta go. What the hell does that mean what it means is I need my friends on the hill to get this done because I can't find a thing. Yeah. Now what it was from of prosecutor was you need to impeach president, but in essence, because I can't prove that he committed obstruction of Justice. It would have been very acceptable for him to write a report, if he had found evidence I can't prove to a jury right, there was obstructed Justice. Right. Probably can't prove the case and get it to a judge. Right. And I definitely can't, you know, I definitely cannot stand cross examination right on my ideas. But obstruction of Justice may be so you impeach right? And, you know, I mean, he could have pointed out, and it's a report said this law was broken this person was responsible. This is how they broke the law. This is what constitutes. That crime. Now, the attorney general can do whatever here's our report. Here's what we found. A factual basis. No. They needed it to be something else all along. It's funny. We heard trade gouty say that, you know talking about struck from the beginning. I hate man that this is headed toward impeachment. I'm on, I'm on board. I'm. Who does that put somebody who wants to be something there? They their agenda is all about that end and that's exactly what you saw for Muller yesterday. And that statement, you know, I wonder because what you saw from Democrats even yesterday Bob, we'll have to look at everything. But as the NBC analysts said on MSNBC yesterday. The resistance is pretty ticked off at Muller. Yeah. Right. So will there be after people digest this? Let's say they digested today and tomorrow and the rhetoric flying both ways, but we get to next week will there be a call an angry. Call from some Democrats that Muller must too because remember the Muller must testify. I you know, I guess it could come from the Senate. But it's the house it's been making its Democrats on the house had, but making all the noise is Nadler gonna say now this Purves, we need to get that, you know, look, obviously, I mean, we'll Democrats come out and say, look, obviously, I'm sure they won't the media, obviously Muller wants us to impeach so we need to get Muller in front of us to give us the roadmap to impeachment and tell us specifically why. Yeah, I, I think they're probably at that point right now where and what's interesting too, is that, you know, the impeachment thing right up until now has been Strauss hole. And the Wall Street Journal a couple of weeks ago wrote, what does Nadler really want, and he wants to the show, he wants to put on the show, but the spectacle, does he want a bad show though? Well, here's the thing. At some point, you do either have to move on. You know from it or you have to go through with it. So that's the question because after yesterday I think they're probably looking at this going, okay. If we don't you know, capitalize on this right here. We're never really going to have a greater shot at impeachment. Again, we don't know what, what, what they'll base it on. What they'll try and make a case on, but this is kind of the. Alarm going off at the end of it. You're going to have to act now or move on. It has you have to make a decision fairly quickly. And if you're Nadler. What did you think? Because I in many ways as Andrew McCarthy points out Muller made it more difficult. With the statement, I believe he thought that he was making it easier. I think he thought that he was essentially because of his agenda. He was making this whole thing. He was going to be the hero who's going to be. Look, I'm telling you in peach. That's basically what he said yesterday. We can't do anything. Our hands are tied. But you guys can well, and there was some anger because I think a lot of Democrats said, well, wait a minute. Your hands weren't tied. Right. They weren't. If you've found something you should have said found something it should been that report, you don't have to move on it. You handed to the G and say the crime was broken. Here's the person or the crime was committed. The, the law was broken. Here's the person that or people that did it. And here's how they did it, this is what constitutes the crime. Here's the report. If you believe it's actionable go, right? We believe a crime was committed right at simple. Not seeing on the constitution keeps kept Muller from doing that. He just didn't want to go down that path. Right. Why? Right. Because he believed under cross examination, it would be torn to shreds hill. Knew he did have an obstruction case, and if they move on and peach mint, it's going to be torn distract shreds. He didn't. He didn't really help the left here on impeachment. He made that a bigger hill to climb. I'm not saying they won't move forward, but it's a lot different. Now, your calls in.

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"craig george" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:19 min | 3 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Com. The Muller's proved us entire operation was a political hit job that trampled the rule of law. I wanna get down to this, this portion here. In fact, department of Justice guidelines, expressly prohibit the actions of both Muller and Komi in naming and shaming. Individuals were never formally charged with any wrongdoing. This come come up from a couple of our from couple of our Email or stable. Well, this, this has happened before doesn't matter. You're not supposed to do it right. Quote department of Justice, as a series of cases, makes clear. There is no ordinary legitimate governmental interest served by the government's public allegation of wrongdoing by an uncharged party. And this is true, regardless of what criminal charges may become contemplated by the assistant United States attorney against third party for the future States, Department of Justice's formal policy manual on the duties of federal prosecutors, and the principles of federal prosecutions nationwide bar rules governing all practicing attorneys in the United States also explicitly prohibit Muller's display during Wednesday's press conference quote. The prosecutor in a criminal case shall refrain for making extrajudicial comments that have a substantial likelihood of heightening public condemnation of the accused end of quote states ruled three point eight of the American Bar Association rules of professional conduct multiple federal agents. And prosecutors reached out to the federal after Muller's press conference to express dismay at the former FBI director is behavior, quote, I'd have been crucified under this rule for a not innocent comment about an uncharged party of former federal prosecutor told the federalist, I literally cannot fathom holding a press conference to say that an uncharged person was not innocence innocent. Quote, I wish he's former FBI directors learn their lessons. Keep your mouth shut unless you're referring a case for prosecution. Said, Jeff Danna retired FBI supervisor during a phone call interview with the federalist on Wednesday. Muller's performance made it clear for all the see that what he ran for the last two years, wasn't, an independent investigation pursuant to the rule of law, such as an inquisition motivated by political animus Muller and his team refused to charge prominent Democrats for crimes. He charged against Republicans, Paul Manafort, was charged with unregistered lobbying of foreign governments while Muller left alone, longtime democratic donor, Tony Podesta, and former Obama White House counsel, Greg Craig George popadopoulos, and Michael Flynn were charged with making false statements to federal investigators while Clinton campaign cronies, Glenn Simpson. And Christopher steals false statements to congress and the FBI were Nord. Trump's non-existent rushing connections were plumbed, while a dubious Clinton campaign funded dossier source directly to Russian officials was used as a prosecutorial, roadmap rather than rock, solid evidence of actual campaign collusion with the Kremlin. That we have stated. Yeah, this is. And we by the way we stay that long time ago. We said, if you listen to show you what we said, if Muller does not go down the route of the FIS award. And, and the collusion of the DNC and Hillary campaign through pain, the former British fide Christopher Steele by funneling the money to him in order to get dirt from inside the Kremlin. To attempt to destroy the Trump campaign. And when they couldn't do that attempt to destroy the legitimacy of the twenty sixteen election and use that the FBI and intelligence agencies pushing that to get the, the FBI the FIS warrant and the intelligence agencies to disseminate that information out and push it as legit in order to destroy the twenty sixteen election. As we said, if Muller ignores that. Then it shows that he is a political hack when it came out. And we saw that, that was not there. We said that shows the political hackery. We made that early on Dershowitz disagreed with us in than Muller's honorable yesterday. Bali. Ellen Dershowitz came out and said, no support guess that this is a partisan. This is not a what a prosecutor does this is what a politician political hack does. And it was. It was it was political trolling yesterday. That's what that was. He had to have his moment. He had to make his moment else makes the point. He said Muller says. My report stands, you know, dance word self within. Why are you explaining exactly then? Why are you here? Right. Well, this is something I said yesterday, I said, you know, because we're talking about will he testify and we said yesterday, there's no way mama's going to testify. This is hours before he came out and met statement. This is hours before anybody knew he was going to make a statement. But we said no he's not going to testify and his statement is already I mean, all that he has had to say is already in his report. Then it's funny. He he actually said that during his statement, then why are you here? You're at a podium. I'm not going to be speaking. You're doing it right now. I mean it's ridiculous. But he had to make a statement. Had to make a statement. Well, we're not going to tell you he was innocent. That's all folks, I gotta go. What the hell does that mean what it means is I need my friends on the hill to get this done. Because I can't find a thing, what it was from of prosecutor was you need to impeach president, right in essence, because I can't prove that he committed obstruction of Justice. It would have been very acceptable for him to write a report, if he had found evidence I can't prove to a jury right there was obstruction of Justice. Probably can't prove the case and get it to judge. Right. And I definitely can't, you know, I definitely cannot stand cross examination right on my ideas. What obstruction of Justice may be so you impeach right? And I mean he could've pointed out, and his a report said, this law was broken this person was responsible. This is how they broke the law. This is what constitutes. That crime. Now, the attorney general can do whatever here's our report. Here's what we found. On a factual basis. They needed it to be something else all along. It's funny. We heard trae out say that, you know talking about struck from the beginning. Hey, man. This is headed toward impeachment. I'm on, I'm on board. I mean. Who does that put somebody who wanted to be something there? They their agenda is all about that end and that's exactly what you saw for Muller yesterday. And that statement, you know, I wonder because what you saw from Democrats even yesterday why we'll have to look at everything. But as the NBC analysts said, unanmous Amec's yesterday, the resistance is pretty ticked off at Muller. Yeah. Right. So will there be after people digest this, and let's say they digested today and tomorrow and the rhetoric flying both ways, but we get to next week will there be a call an angry. Call from some Democrats that Muller must too, because remember the Muller must testify, I guess it could come from the Senate. But it's the house, it's been making the Democrats in the house had been making all the noise, it's Nadler, going to say now this Purves we need to get that, you know, look, obviously, I mean, we'll Democrats come out and say, look, obviously, I'm sure they won't the media, obviously Muller wants us to impeach so we need to get Muller in front of us to give us the roadmap to impeachment and tell us specifically why. Yep. I, I think they're probably at, at that point right now where and what's interesting too is that, you know, the impeachment thing, right up until now has been Kimberley strassel in the Wall Street Journal a couple of weeks ago wrote, what does Nadler really want, and he wants to show, he wants to put on the show expectable does he wanna bad show though? Well, here's the thing. At some point, you do either have to move on. You know from it or you have to go through with it. So that's the question because after yesterday I think they're probably looking this on, okay? If we don't, you know, capitalize on this right here were never really going to have a greater shot at impeachment. Again, we don't know what, what, what they'll base it on. What they'll try and make a case on, but this is kind of the. Alarm going off at the end of it. You're going to have to act now or move on. It has you have to make a decision fairly quickly. And if you're not ler. What do you think? In many ways, as Andrew McCarthy points out Muller made it more difficult. With the statement, I believe he thought that he was making it easier. I think he thought that he was essentially because of his agenda. He was making this whole thing. He was going to be the hero who's going to be. Look, I'm telling you impeach. That's basically what he said yesterday. We can't do anything. Our hands are tied. But you guys can well, and there was some anger because I think a lot of Democrats will wait a minute your hands weren't tied. Right. They weren't. If you've found something you should have said something it should've been that report, you don't have to move on it. You handed to the G and say the crime was broken. Here's the person or the crime was committed. The law was broken. Here's the person that or people that did it. And here's how they did it. This is what constitutes the crime. Here's the report. If you believe it's actionable go, right? We believe a crime was committed. Right. That simple. Nothing in the constitution keeps kept Muller from doing that. Right. He just didn't want to go down that path. Right. Why? Right. Because he believed under cross examination, it would be torn to shreds hill. Knew he didn't have an obstruction case, and if they move on and peach mint, it's going to be torn distract tribes. He didn't. He didn't really help the left here on impeachment. He made that a bigger hill to climb. I'm not saying they won't move forward, but it's a lot different. Now, your calls in.

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"craig george" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:43 min | 3 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Lake of could've said. You know, we won two out of three here. We've one we wanted championship. We made it to the finals. You know, the second year we got beat we stay with what we are. You know, who we are? But now he went out and got Durant. And what I'm saying is. Yeah, it's it's easy to say that now they could Durant wanted to come here. But that was a little bit of a a gamble. I would say a little bit from the standpoint of well, well, this chemistry. Are you guaranteed? One hundred percent will work, and that's all I'm saying with the giants. Did you really think Katie coming? Here was going to be a gamble. I said a small. Was when he comes in here, and it was winning the lottery knows a fourth of July. But it was like winning the lottery albums. You also won the lottery when you've got a guy like curry who's not gonna mind, you know, what I mean? I mean, it'd be a lotta guys would say, hey, I don't need this guy coming into my to my deal. You know, those guys are losers. Show me somebody who doesn't want. Kevin Durant is prime. And I'll show you somebody who doesn't wanna win. I would agree with you. I want those guys on my team. My point is eight made the final two years in a row, which means they're damn good. And so they, but they were going to have to pay Harrison Barnes probably close to the same. So it was like it was a not a no brainer to to welcome your arms openly, the K D in-house spectacular. Was he last night? I mean, he just he came out. He didn't miss just didn't miss and he was shooting deep threes Harrison Barnes regrets. 'cause you remember they supposedly offered him one hundred million. He didn't take it got ninety five. You're gonna go to Dallas. Maybe maybe it was ninety million then or something, but if you've got a little bit more to go to doubt. But my point is is made him a contract offer, and he didn't take well. I mean is that not true? Well, no, they didn't make him an offer. He didn't take the extension offer when they offered it. But by the time they were going for for K D. Yeah. I think HP was in the the officially in their rear view mirror. Do your thing that would get back. Some warriors. Yeah. There's a couple of different might we have the sounder. The little update sounded a couple of different things. Breaking here a bunch of different things. Breaking actually one to force Buckner. Of course, you know, is the has been named to the Pro Bowl Niners now three pro bowlers, Craig George Kittle, cow Hughes check and deforest, but just breaking now. It sounds like the Denver Broncos are have hired rich Gannon Torello the Niner quarterback coach as their new office of coordinator. So Vic Fangio is going to have scans rela was his OC. He's forty six. He's cows Shany's Akao Shanahan disciple. He's worked with him a notch just with the Niners. They were together in Atlanta. So schedule Rillo jumps to to Denver. Schedule is going to have Mike mon- check as offensive line. Coach is a former NFL head coach pretty damn good coach in his own right? So skin Giraldo no longer in the mix with the forty Niners. Also, coaching wise of note here Vic Fangio. Oh has been hired in Denver as the defensive coordinator are tired at Donatella. I should say as his defensive coordinator with Denver Broncos. Also, the Niners had a Jill woods to their defensive staff. He's going to be their passing game coordinator on defense spent the past couple of years with Vance Joseph with the Broncos and the Niners have fired their dealin coach Jeff Janina kind of quietly as well. And they hire Chris coach ERK. To take over for Jeff Janina is the defensive line coach some a defense as bad as the Niners defense was it's time to move some guys around they got rid of their trainer because of the injuries. They got rid of their D line coach because they had no pass rush. Chris kiffin still there, but Jeff Janina no longer Jared buddies on pardon the interruption yesterday, and they were talking about Vance Joseph, and they said, you know, one year that Elway made an unfortunate comment or at least. It sounds unfortunate. We're Elway said he made a mistake in hiring Vance Joseph, and we'll bond said, yeah. And Vance Joseph the way things are looking made a mistake going to work for John Elway, and they both piled on Elway a little bit that he had not done much as a general manager. He got her a Super Bowl. Taught him to a Super Bowl. He inherited a team that went to the Super Bowl was he was he drafted Paxton Lynch. I mean, he he your quarterback guru is gone for Paxton Lynch Brock Osweiler and case keenum, and he's still needs a quarterback. So yeah, I mean Elway can't pick his nose. And you know, what here's the? Here's the deal on this. Just because you're a great NFL quarterback. Doesn't mean that. You're great NFL personnel evaluator. They're different skill sets. And it's you know, one does not guarantee the other so name one. Can you think of your head Jerry West guy was? Yeah, I'm Gary west. But I'm thinking in football where these guys are spending eighteen hour day Ozzie Newsome. Yeah. He was a great player. Yeah. Okay. That's one. I mean, there's. Just trust others. So when you're when you're John Elway. And you know, people have been, you know, at your feet since you were fifteen and your, you know, your greater what you do your work hard. But man is he going to sit in those in that meeting room or like you'd like to say what look at film for ten hours a day. Well, I don't know if he's doing it or not. I know he's got you know, underlings and people that you know, that are he's working with and nobody's a one man show. But still I found that you know, the fact is he was great quarterback. But he hasn't been able to identify a great quarterback. And so Denver that you know, Denver defense that has Bradley Chubb von Miller, Chris Harris, you know, they they can't get anything done because offensively. They don't have. They don't have triggerman. Yeah. Shift over it again with George Karl coming up at the bottom of the hour warriors in New Orleans tonight. Be interesting to see if the warrior crowd gets into this sharing of Anthony Davis. I know when he played the last time in Los Angeles against the Lakers everybody why everybody at the beginning. Anyway, big round of applause when he's introduced it and try and get him try and get him going. It's kinda wondering what I'm I'm a little curious to to you know, I was asking a buddy of mine last night on the phone right before tip. I said, what do you expect tonight for Golden State? And he said, I expect Denver I expect Denver to to beat Golden State. And I just got a different vibe nine listened a little bit to staff and some of his comments in the in the pre-game leading into last night's game. And they just sounded like they were gonna fire. They just sounded like a team that was going to show up. They just sounded focus. They sounded the, you know, somewhat determined like Denver was on their radar and they're hearing all the talk about the nuggets and they wanted to send allowed. Message and they did it came out. They shot sixty percent. Fifty three percent from beyond the arc and torched. The nets and destroy the nuggets random off their home floor where they were eighteen and three. Yeah. So that's what I expected warriors to fire last night. I think tonight might be the the Gotcha game. I mean, not that New Orleans. The warriors can't handle New Orleans at home. They can. But they got the cousins coming back. You got a whole LA trip coming up this weekend, right clippers and Lakers back to back. I would not be surprised by six. So somebody thinks it's going to be closer than I mean. I this one I don't feel as confident in saying that Golden State's can fire, but I will say this. Golden State impressed me last night in that not only they come out shooting the ball pass making the extra passes loonies. Just to me is is a nice contributor. But Golden State did a nice job on the glass. You know, Yokich I figured well Denver and their place in the warriors without cousins, you know, they they really are outmanned in the middle. Golden State won the glass, they were plus fourteen on the glass lost fifty thirty six Golden State on the glass. So that was a little bit of a surprise. They can just if you look at the warriors, they only what's that old saying the only team that can beat him is himself. Well, except the guy who picked the field. I know. And that's what I'm saying. You're still going to go with the field have no choice. I'm going to stick with it. A little bit lawyer, no choice. You can you out to regain your sanity? I will I'll flip flop as soon as I see how cousins works. You know? I if cousins comes in, and it's a smooth. It's a smooth role. And I never thought I'd say this, but that Draymond deal with Durant that may be paying dividends. And and why in a strange way is that Draymond. I don't wanna say putting his place that's too strong. But he had a feeling how the ownership feels about Durant. Don't mess with him. They want to keep him here. He's been cool ever since they're high fiving each other. And Pat each other on the butt, and I'll say it again what green does to get one point in the game. And not care. That's that's a rare rare. I love watching very boy, by the way. Did you see like last night every time a warrior hit the carpet hit the hit? The four guys are to multiple guys are sprinting over to shake up Jared co pickup looney. I mean, they really they got a good vibe right now going for sure mad when we said something about the warrior. We thought oh look at Brian got it wasn't that bad. But he goes up people talk about the war. You're bench isn't as good as it used to be. What cousins does is he strengthens the bench to now you gotta looney coming off the bench Livingston when you get to the playoff Dala. You know, nobody is going to debate that Golden State's bench. This year is not what it was in past years. I think most people would agree talking about he. When he comes in to let them speak from south. But all of says most people would not claim that this year's warrior bench is better than past years. And why should it be you five all stars in in the name of fairness? They shouldn't have the world's greatest bench. I'm interested to find out. What boogies got because the numbers? I mean, Connor Letourneau wrote a great piece on on the history of the achilles injury. You know, he's had twelve months of rehab. You know, he's trying to get acclimated to a new team while at the same time trying to regain his wind and get his legs and shape, but Laterna article had a staff that was pretty interesting seven of the eighteen NBA players who had major achilles tendon surgeries between nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight and twenty eleven so it's a pretty good stretch. Their thirty eight point nine percent of those players never returned to the NBA again seven of the eighteen. Yeah. So that that right. There is a. I don't want to say it's an impressive stat. It's an overwhelming stat those that did come back to the NBA. You know, the other eleven players missed an average of fifty five games a year for the rest of their career. Now Elton brand was never the same. He had the surgery in two thousand and seven and really never regained his explosiveness and became much more of a ground bound player. But also in this mix is the fact that the surgery has been perfected since brand had it in two thousand and seven. And now they're saying it's far less intrusive and the rehab time is shorter. So, you know, cousins hasn't appeared in an NBA game since last January the twenty six so he's giving himself plenty of time almost a full calendar year to recover from this..

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Science... sort of

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"craig george" Discussed on Science... sort of

"I mean, we just so Wales are fundamentally inscrutable to a large degree what we know about them is. I think as anatomist there's a lot more to know about just their basic biology. Don't know if you're a behavioral type person, oh my goodness. You know, killer whales sperm whales. I mean, take any species Awale, it is way more complex than we really know. And then, you know, this whole aspect of what they're saying to one another something. I try to emphasize in the book is whales have been talking to one another and have been pretty brainy for much longer than we've been on the planet. So what kind of conversations were they having to each other billions of years hick survived this period of whaling, which I mean, that's that's like a horrific thing. If you have a long memory, it's clear that there are whales that remember whaling and live with your family and lost a bunch of them. That's kind of a really sad melancholic story. So we still share the planet with Wales. And I think that's you know, the big question is like, well what's going to happen? I mean, we it's pretty clear that the scale of our impact the argest presence on the planet is immense. We are everywhere. We leave our stuff everywhere or whether it's our detritus or. It's hard to be a wheel and not encounter humanity in some degree. So it's not so surprising me that we are having an impact on their lives in that impact is time transgressive, right? Like there right whales out there in the ocean that are tangled in lobster traps. And they're dragging those traps over thousands of miles that is having a major impact on the reproductive health on the animal's health day-to-day. And there are only a few hundred left. They have not really recovered from whaling, whereas a humpback a gray whale. They seem to after we stop wailing them they've rebounded. So there's something really different about being a right whale. And there's about these other kinds of whales that has led to this differential success. And that's only I really wanted to sketch out take good examples of whales that around today and kind of roll it out into the future. And in some cases that required taking a step back in historical time. So, you know, with a Boheme ads, you know, I was just actually in sick. Hanging out with Craig George who is in the Beaux head chapter. He's the guy who largely led the effort to figure out how old bo- head Wales really are in that number of two over two hundred years. What he told me in sick? Oh, we were just talking. We're on a whale watch out in southeast Alaska, and we're just chatting, and he said, yeah, you know, the new Piette elders talk about the always said bow heads live two lives to human lifetime. And you know, I mean, that's kind of like well is that like a hundred twenty years like how long to humans, but clearly traditionally logical knowledge has a role to play in anything. We wanna know about Arctic marine mammals, especially Bo headways. And so that's part of the mystery of not knowing about them we have to go back into time it relates to wailing and indigenous cultures because that's a wailing tradition. That still goes on today and go into the future. We know how the Arctic is going to turn out in the next few decades that courses. Set. The Arctic is melting there's going to be ice free summer's probably around the time my kids graduate from from high school. I mean, that's kind of nuts assuming a linear down not anything different. What does that mean for the fate of these whales that we barely know anything about in the facts, we do know about them are Korea. So I wanted to sketch that out I thought they were useful vehicles for understanding system-wide changes happening to our planet. You know is almost Wales as like a vehicle for global climate change, which I think is still pretty useful. And I mean that could be your wax in blue whales. You know, seems to record what objects. I wonder. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, that's there's a chronicle there..

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