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Seattle crowd-control restraining order extended

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:55 sec | 3 d ago

Seattle crowd-control restraining order extended

"A federal judge has extended an order that allows Seattle police to use chemical weapons for crowd control and get the update from comas. Corwin hey, Judge James Robart is temporary restraining order stops a City hall ban on police use of so called non lethal crowd control measures, including tear gas. In other words, police are free to use those measures while robots restraining order is in effect. Back. In June, the City Council passed a ban on these measures in response to public outcry to have the right to protest and not feel threatened by those charged with your safety. Any chemical weapon makes me feel a lot safer. But the Seattle Times reports the U. S. Department of Justice asked the federal court to prevent Seattle police from implementing the ban. The DOJ argued the band could conflict with the 2012 federal consent decree governing Seattle police bias and excessive use of force. The extended restraining order is in place until June

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Police Charge Alleged MS-13 Members With Trafficking Teen

Ben Shapiro

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Police Charge Alleged MS-13 Members With Trafficking Teen

"News, several alleged members or associate to the violent street gangs. M s 13 arrested in Maryland and Northern Virginia today on accusations of child sex trafficking starting in the wee hours of this morning. The brave men and women in law enforcement effectuated the arrest of 10 and thus 13 members or close associates thereof, who stand charged with a sex trafficking of a minor. Under the age of 14. That's a DOJ official announcing the arrest. Court documents say the victim who ran away from home last year, was beaten 26 times with a baseball bat while she was being held by the gang who allegedly traffic the girl in exchange for cash and drugs. Each defendant faces a minimum. 15 years in prison

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U.S. Seeks as Much as $18.1 Billion From Purdue Pharma

Wall Street Breakfast

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

U.S. Seeks as Much as $18.1 Billion From Purdue Pharma

"The US Department of Justice is demanding oxycontin maker Purdue Pharma pay as much as eighteen point one billion in penalties as part of its bankruptcy reorganization plan. The Wall Street Journal reports on the civil side. The DOJ is seeking two point eight billion, which could be tripled under the law for tax dollars spent battling the US opioid epidemic, as well as kickbacks to doctors and pharmacies, and transferring cash to hide money from creditors on the criminal side. Federal prosecutors want purdue to pay a six point, two, billion fine and the forfeiture of potentially three and a half billion more over marketing and distribution that violated criminal statutes including anti kickback laws misbranding under the Food Drug and Cosmetic Act and conspiracy.

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Twitter Hackers Arrested

Security Now

06:45 min | 4 d ago

Twitter Hackers Arrested

"We have learned more about who's behind who is believed to be behind the twitter hack. And you know not some four. Powerful state-sponsored cybercrime gang, just A. we believe a seventeen year. Old Kid His name is all over the tech press. I heard you not wanting to say it on on, Mac. Breglio. So but I do have it in the show notes. To find it I mean. Yeah. You know I come from the School of journalism where you don't say the names of miners were accused of crimes, but apparently nobody else does that. So the AD the local Florida news channel. WFL talks Tim right away. They outed him as Graham Clark from Tampa Bay Florida. We. So they also. Suitably creepy, picture. Of Him. I know in fact in fact before. I reduced in size I. Actually had in the show notes. He looks a little bit like spock at so. got kind of a pointed ear. Is Little bit creepy. And, it's interesting too that his nick is Kirk. So Oh, maybe. Two Years Yeah. So Anyway the the the sad thing is this guy's life is now seriously sparked up. Yeah. He's been charged with felonies relating to computer communications and organized fraud for scamming hundreds of people using compromised account according to a press release from Hillsborough State Attorney. Andrew Warren's office. This guy Grab Clark. Now. Faces Thirty Felony Charges? So we have one count of organized fraud involving more than fifty thousand dollars, seventeen counts of communications, fraud of over three hundred dollars. One count of fraudulent use personal information. For an amount over one, hundred, thousand dollars or thirty or more victims. Ten counts of fraudulent use personal information and one count access to computer or electronic devices without authority and scheming to defraud. So in total thirty counts of felony charges, all of those felonies. So I mean I do feel like unfortunately, there's there's sort of a bit of. overreaction I, I, mean I get it that. This was not good and certainly that the law enforcement wants to send a message like don't do this even if you can Initially, the the initial announcement didn't indicate whether Clark had any partners in crime, but a few hours after the press conference announcement, the world learned that the US. DOJ had also filed charges against two other suspects believed to have helped Clark in this hack. The first of those was identified as Mason Shepherd who who's known as chair Juan nineteen years old living in Bognar Regis in the UK and the other is identified as Nima Fazackerley. Also known as Rolex twenty, two year, old residing in Orlando Florida. The US Attorney Anderson said there is a false belief within the criminal hacker community that attacks like the twitter hack can be perpetrated anonymously and without consequence today's charging announcement demonstrates thus I think an example has been meeting is being made. That, the elation of nefarious hacking into a secure environment for fun or profit will be short lived. Criminal conduct over the Internet may feel stealthy to the people who perpetrated, but there's nothing stealthy about it. In particular. He said, I want to say to would be offenders break the law Ed. We will find you please. So exactly the kind of thing hackers go. knows. That's GonNa, really scare me, I remember when I was a teenager. And in Fact Leo, did this did I? You know I was always a good kid. But oh, to be seventeen and have done Brazi network in front of me. Yeah. Yeah. Twitter early, fairly clever. Because, well, go ahead because it the way did it was kind of kind of interesting. Yeah. So for their part twitter disclosed a bit more about the nature of the attacks. They said that the that the phone based social engineering attack allowed the attackers to obtain the credentials of a limited set of employees, which then made it possible to gain access to twitter's internal. Internal Network and support tools although not all of those employees were who are initially targeted had permissions to use account management tools. The attackers you know apparently, just actually just Graham was able to use their credentials to then access twitter's internal systems and gain information about twitter's processes that expanded knowledge then enabled the attackers to target additional employees who did have access to twitter's privileged account support tools. Reuters also had reported something that I had not seen elsewhere, which was that as of Earlier. This year. More than a thousand twitter employees and contractors had access to twitter's in tools and could change user account settings in hand control over to others a thousand. And this was a key. To former twitter employees. Well as we know such widespread access makes it difficult if not impossible to defend against the sort of hacking that occurred.

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DOJ to announce housing assistance grants for human trafficking survivors

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:23 sec | 5 d ago

DOJ to announce housing assistance grants for human trafficking survivors

"$35 million to help survivors of human trafficking. The grants are being announced by Attorney General William Bar at a White House event this afternoon. The White House says more than 70 organizations and 33 states will share the grants. The money will provide transitional or short term housing assistance to survivors and can also be used for rent utilities or related expenses. At the White House,

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DOJ to Announce Housing Assistance Grants for Human Trafficking Survivors

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:26 sec | 5 d ago

DOJ to Announce Housing Assistance Grants for Human Trafficking Survivors

"Administration, dedicating $35 million help survivors of human trafficking. The grants are being announced by Attorney General William Bar at a White House event this afternoon. The White House says more than 70 organizations and 33 states will share the grants. The money will provide transitional or short term housing assistance to survivors and can also be used for rent utilities or related expenses. At the White House. John Decker Fox News

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DOJ to announce housing assistance grants for human trafficking survivors

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 5 d ago

DOJ to announce housing assistance grants for human trafficking survivors

"The Trump administration announcing Mohr than $35 million in Justice Department grants to nonprofits that provide safe housing for survivors of human trafficking. The White House says more than 70 organizations and 33 states will share the grants. The money will provide transitional or short term housing assistance to survivors and can also be used for rent utilities or related

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Trump says Vanessa Guillén's murder won't be "swept under the rug"

Sean Hannity

00:49 sec | Last week

Trump says Vanessa Guillén's murder won't be "swept under the rug"

"Says says a a panel panel of of five five civilian civilian experts experts will will lead lead an an independent independent review review of of Fort Fort Hood Hood following following the the murder murder of of army army specialist specialist Vanessa Vanessa Guion Guion of of Houston. Houston. Her Her family family is is meeting meeting with with President President Trump Trump in in D D C C Today. Today. The The FBI FBI and and the the DOJ are now involved. We got them involved. And the people at Fort Hood, where took place very much involved. Way didn't want to have this swept under the rug G and sister Lupe says there needs to be a congressional investigation into leadership at Fort Hood, protecting respect every soldier But then my sister didn't respect my sister. They kill Ian's killer committed suicide when confronted by police woman who helped dispose of her remains is locked up until her federal trial in Waco

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Seattle Mayor Believes Federal Deployments Are Part Of A Darker Political Goal

Morning Edition

05:26 min | Last week

Seattle Mayor Believes Federal Deployments Are Part Of A Darker Political Goal

"Kinds of tensions in Seattle. Clashes between protesters and police turned violent last weekend, but Seattle's Democratic mayor, Jenny Durkin, told the Department of Homeland Security she did not want federal agents sent into her city. She later discovered a force was deployed and put on standby. Now they have left. Mayor Durkin spoke with our co host, Rachel Martin, about why she and other mayors feel these federal deployments. Part of a bigger, darker political goal. We have, like any other city. We have public safety challenges. But our public safety challenges have been made significantly worse by this president's actions in his words, the dinner in level of criminal activity. We're really deteriorated after the president started tweeting about it, and it was a subject to have Fox coverage every night. So we have seen and I've talked to mayors across the country the same thing when the president actually tweets, and it's not my words saying he's targeting death City is run by Democrats. He's openly admitted it and tweeted about it. Um And I think that that is really a chilling prospect of a president. United States, which is federal resource is for political purposes. The Department of Justice has said that there is an expansion happening right that all of this the deployment of federal agents to a variety of cities Now we're seeing Chicago Albuquerque, Kansas City now Milwaukee, Detroit, Cleveland. This is all part of so called Operation legend that this has to do with gun violence, quelling gun violence in these cities helping solve murders. This's the DOJ zone characteristic of what this operation is about. I guess I'm hoping you can clarify for me. Is this operation legend something that's happening? Adjacent, separate from from the agents that had been deployed to Portland. And for a couple of days, at least this standby force to Seattle. I actually think they're using it as camouflage. There are ongoing task force in major cities, the deal with gun violence and with gang violence and other violent crime. We had him in Seattle and I worked on him is U. S attorney I know I've spoken with the mayor of Chicago and Albuquerque, and they have a strong collaborative approach with federal law enforcement. It is very rare. If it all federal law enforcement will surge agents to a city to deal with public safety threats that are normally handled by city or state officials. Without talking to or working with local officials. You have described what President Trump is doing as being a political ploy to play his own base ahead of the election into some kind of law and order message. As as a former U. S attorney for the Western District of Washington is anything he's doing or the federal government at his behest illegal. I think it could be unconstitutional. Under the 11th Amendment. Remember, public safety is generally reserved to the states and to their cities, a subdivision of the states by our Constitution. There's also restrictions on the powers that federal law enforcement have and what they can enforce. They generally cannot room the streets of a city in enforce city or state law. But the other thing I will say, though it is unprecedented for federal authorities to take this level of approach for local jurisdictions in cities and Serge Federal resource is in them to take over public safety duties like arresting people. Police protesters. And I've said it before. I know some people think it's it sounds overdramatic, but to me, it looks like a dry run for martial law. And if we see these kinds of federal agents put into places where there's voting right concerns I'm very concerned about what it could do to suppress the vote in America. Say more about that. You're worried that in places where there might be concerns about whether or not people get access to the polls, right? I mean, if you look at it now, the places that that they're sending these Federal agents are primarily in places where there are significant protests against police violence and for racial equity. And it doesn't take much of a lead to also used those agents to say You're protecting the poles but have federal agents in and around polling places, too. Spite against fraud when really a suppression? I think we need a very clear commitment in advance of the election that general law enforcement are not going to be used as some kind of super police. In key battleground states in around you places. You've been talking with different mayor's around the country. Your counterparts in different states. Is that the kind of thing that has come up in conversation with them it has come up. I will tell you were focused day to day on dealing with the crisis in our city. But this kind of action when we feel happening in so many cities across your country, it gives all of us a grave concern is where it is. Jenny Durkan is the mayor of Seattle. We appreciate your time. Thank you for having me

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Congressman Louie Gohmert tests positive for coronavirus

Hard Factor

02:44 min | Last week

Congressman Louie Gohmert tests positive for coronavirus

"Republican Louie Gohmert? Who sounds like? He's falling asleep while reading trump's twitter timeline when he talks found out on Wednesday morning that he couldn't fly to Texas with President trump because. He's got corona vox get tested whenever you go to the White House. If, you're getting in fifty feet of trump began testing. Who did he talk to were very welcoming people with coronavirus down here in Texas we the more the Merrier. Well I mean he is Texas rap he was trying to come home, but he had already caught that. DC. Corona before he could get on the flight. So not only does Louie Louie. Gohmert have have cove it. He also had previously refused to wear masks unless he got cova saying that was useless presumably, and that's a shame because the day before his positive test result when he was probably already positive with covid. And he still wasn't wearing a mask when he was talking with Ag bar in the hearing room. So Gomez smells just us just just trying to infect the attorney general right before you lob softball questions to bar is sleepy Texas draw while bar like vigorously rubbed his freshly Kuroda infected hands all over his face. Gohmert, pile just an all time bonehead. Taking it to the unreal Gohmert. Easily as the CREEPIEST press photo I've ever seen in my life I. Think he drew. Or Eight termer, your congressman and. East Texas, you might want to reconsider that taking it to the Internet Louie gohmert piles, doing zoom interviews Galore trying to blame his corona infection on the fact that he had caved and just recently started to wear a mask in the last ten days instead that that is probably what gave him the virus when he was touching his mask. So apparently. From being. Exactly like what a Gomer pyle. This guy should have been wearing a mask a long time ago. Yes. Gomer Pyle yeah. He He went from being a complete fucking imbecile the day before when he was trying to infect the G. to the world's foremost Dr overnight if discovering that, you can give yourself corona through your mascots pretty incredible stuff bill bar supposedly had a corona virus tests on Wednesday hopefully, he doesn't get it because the like half the combined I q of the gop would be mortal danger. But at the time of this recording, the DOJ had declined to say if bar tested positive or not or if he plans to quarantine, they just said that he had been tested so. Like just all time stupidity from Lower Gohmert pile representative from

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DOJ Inspector General Investigating Federal Agents' Actions In Portland And Washington, D.C.

iHeart Podcast Channel

01:31 min | Last week

DOJ Inspector General Investigating Federal Agents' Actions In Portland And Washington, D.C.

"Should the feds be able to take action? To protect federal property. Should the president be able to send federal agents to protect federal property in cities like Portland, Oregon, For instance, or other places Absolutely 100%. The president should be able to use federal forces. Ah law enforcement to protect the assets of the United States of America. There is, though, that about it. Late Last week we had the inspector general for the DOJ announced that its office had opened up an investigation into the use of force by federal law enforcement agents against the protesters, some of them peaceful. Many not in Portland in Washington, D. C and the probe was launched in response to a referral from the US attorney general in Oregon, Billy Williams. Each side came to the hearing. Armed with an agenda. There's no doubt about it. The others, obviously a big problem When Sheila Jackson Lee loves George Floyd with the and puts George Floyd in the same boat is Michael Brown, That is ridiculous. It is inaccurate. Michael Brown was trying to rip a gun out of the hand of the officer. In Missouri. When Michael Brown was shot. So there you have it. I mean, just it devolved into just a total crap fest on Capitol Hill today, and the Democrats were far worse. Then the Republicans

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Florida man accused of using coronavirus relief funds to buy Lamborghini

TIME's Top Stories

02:33 min | Last week

Florida man accused of using coronavirus relief funds to buy Lamborghini

"Florida man receives three point nine million dollars in Covid nineteen relief funds Biza Lamborghini and gets arrested for fraud by just SI- abates a Florida man has been charged with fraud and other criminal offenses after receiving three point nine million dollars in covid. Nineteen relief funds and using the money to purchase among other things a Lamborghini. David T hines twenty nine was arrested on Friday and charged on Monday according to a statement by the Department of Justice over three million dollars has been seized from his bank accounts along with the sports vehicle. Authorities allege that hinds fraudulently applied for about thirteen point five million dollars in paycheck protection program P. P P loans for a few companies P P P part of the corona virus aid relief and Economic Security Act was enacted on March twenty ninth to provide small businesses with forgivable loans. Any money given to accompany on behalf of the program is supposed to be used for rent or mortgage costs, employee, salaries and utilities. According to the DOJ statement, Heinz lied on the loan applications and made inaccurate statements about the expenses of the companies including the amount paid to employees. Those purported employees either did not exist or earned a fraction of what hines claimed his P. P P applications. US Postal Inspector Brian McMillan says in an affidavit, according to the Miami Herald collectively hines falsely claimed his companies paid millions of dollars in payroll in the first quarter of twenty twenty state and bank records however show little to no payroll expense during this period. Hines was approved for funding and received three point nine million dollars just a few days after getting the money, he bought the Lamborghini for three hundred eighteen thousand dollars. He is also alleged to have purchased luxury items from stores and resorts. In the past few weeks. Florida has become one of the hot spots for US Covid, nineteen cases and recently passed New York for having the second most confirmed cases in the country behind California. Hines was in federal custody over the weekend released on bond on Monday and is scheduled to be arraigned on October

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Lawmakers demand federal agents leave amid protest clashes

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Lawmakers demand federal agents leave amid protest clashes

"Other mayors to Attorney General General William Barr and Chad Wolf of Homeland Security, expressing their concerns about the use of these federal agents and also calling for a congressional investigation. And the DOJ is inspector general this week, saying he plans to investigate the use of those federal agents in Portland. So again, a federal judge tonight denying a request from the state of Oregon toe limit the powers of those federal agents. As we learn more about this decision will get it out to you right

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Goldman Sachs $3.9B settlement with Malaysia over 1MDB

WSJ What's News

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Goldman Sachs $3.9B settlement with Malaysia over 1MDB

"Sachs has reached nearly four billion dollar settlement with the government of Malaysia for its role in the alleged theft of billions of dollars from a government investment fund known as one MD. Our reporter lives. Hoffman has more on one of the worst scandals in the bank's history. The allegations against Goldman are basically that the bank turned a blind eye to red flags with one MVP. And that it failed oversee two of its senior bankers who have been accused and in. In one case pled guilty of being part of the scheme. It's important to note that the settlement today does not resolve an investigation into Goldman by the US Department of Justice, which still wants its pound of flesh. We reported late last year that the DOJ was seeking a guilty plea from the bank or or a subsidiary and wanted to install someone to overhaul its compliance

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Rep. John Lewis to lie in state next week at the US Capitol

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rep. John Lewis to lie in state next week at the US Capitol

"John Lewis of course passed away last week at the age of eighty. We have now learned that on Monday and Tuesday next week. He will lie in state at the state capital as the American hero he is. While Congress we believe simultaneously will be batting down this president as he tries to hold onto symbols and honors of the confederacy. The news gods are cruel these days, but they are also sometimes

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DOJ Inspector General Investigating Federal Agents' Actions In Portland And Washington, D.C.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

DOJ Inspector General Investigating Federal Agents' Actions In Portland And Washington, D.C.

"Department's inspector general says he's opening a review of the federal law enforcement response to protest in Portland and earlier here in Washington in early June in Lafayette Square, the inspector general says he's responding to complaints from the public requests from Congress and a referral from Oregon's top federal prosecutor. Camouflaged federal agents have been spotted whisking protesters away advance. But acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf insists the actions have been lawful and necessary to protect federal property. That's a federal courthouse that's being burned every single night. Michael Horowitz says. He'll also look at the aggressive federal response to protests in Lafayette Park here in D. C last month.

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Black Lives Matter Chicago Files Federal Lawsuit, Seeking To Block Federal Agents From Policing Protests

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Black Lives Matter Chicago Files Federal Lawsuit, Seeking To Block Federal Agents From Policing Protests

"Day after President Trump announced he's sending more federal agents to several cities. There's a lawsuit in Chicago aimed making sure certain lines aren't crossed. A collection of Chicago activist groups including Black Lives matter is suing the DOJ to prevent law enforcement agents in Chicago from making arrests or detaining people without probable cause and to require agents to identify themselves and their agency when arresting protesters. The lawsuit seeks to block federal agents from interfering in or policing protests. The plan surge by federal law enforcement agents has already caused some members of black lives matter to draw back from protest plans this

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A Perfect Intersection of Disaster

Pop Fashion

05:24 min | 2 weeks ago

A Perfect Intersection of Disaster

"Hello Lisa. Hi. Lisa. Do. You know what I did the other day. You eat a hot dog again now. You're not going to believe what I did. ooh, wait! No, no, no, let me think about this. Did you watch a sporting event? No, but it is just as surprising as that would be. Guesses. Lisa I wore a t shirt outside. We have reached that level of the pandemic. The Pants denic is wearing me out. We, we have okay. Do you have shortness of breath I did not have shortness of breath. Do you have a fever? I did not. Do. You have diarrhea. No, thank God. I'm just want to make sure that Cova hasn't gotten into your brain. It may have girl I just may have other symptoms like may wear a t shirt and public. This is where it's gotten us like all you wearing a t-shirt in your house like two weeks and you were like this is my won t shirt, so you washed it and then war outside you wear to the grocery store. I have to t shirts. Thank you. One is a DOJ cat. Quote, says Bitch I'M A. And the second one Alan is, it's always sunny in Philadelphia reference. These are my two t shirts. And you guys decorum I do not wear t shirts in public, but. The PATS DEMOC is getting to me Lisa. Weight but I but I need more. How'd you feel when you were out in public? I need to know where you went. What else did you wear it with the naked? A war it with Yoga Pants Lisa. Oh No. Oh, no did you take a fuck them all before you did? You know what I'm talking about right? Yeah I do I do. Car. Are you going to be okay? I don't know at least at the thing is wearing me out. Do you need to buy my birkenstocks from the next time? You wear, though Lord. Lord with a T. You know because you have decorum I. appreciate that we both have. It's always sunny. T shirts, even though I have like thirty five t shirts and you have to but something stuck with me once a woman a peer of mine. made a comment about how flip flop should only be worn in your house or at the beach like it actively in the sand? Okay, she said this while we were out in public, wearing jeans and flippy floppies. With me and from that day, that was probably like twenty time. I will not wear flip flops outside unless I'm like in my yard arm, APP beach. Aware another Sandal aware another shoe, but I don't just like run out to the store and my flipflops right, not even. So I feel like you and I have similar rules for fashion except mind stopped in my ankles working out my body. Stopped at your neck. It's amazing how someone will come in and say something small, and just like flip things for you like that's a new role. I'M GONNA. Live my life by you know what I mean. Yeah while I was also upset because at the time. She was dating the guy that I wanted to date. What's her name? Let's go after her. No, no, no, she's on our side now. Okay! Good! Yeah, because she's. She's my ex Zax which makes you by the transit of property friends. Exactly exactly we've both gotten un-engaged from the same guy, so holy Shit, Oh special episode. She's on our side about her. I'm glad you're laundry is going to be okay. It's all going work out Lee. So we are just crossing boundaries. I did not anticipate in March. I just did not anticipate this. Up Brief MISSTEP and you're GONNA. Learn from your actions and you get back on track. I feel like we need. To pivot from the original plan I wanted you to start with like Oh, the avenues and get out of the way, but it sounds like we should pivot and make you talk about handbags. Now let's do. Pan Stomach fashion and art lack there of. I fashion story. Do you need your purse? This is based on an article by Lou Stoppard for the New York Times called the Phantom Handbag. It starts out once upon a time. I didn't leave the house without it now of course because of Covid nineteen I no longer really leave the house I haven't carried my bag for months. Lou poses the question. Is this a permanent change? Or will the bag comeback again someday? So the bags back your carrying around now may be different than your designer or higher end bag, or just like the purchased schlep around a lot. A lot of people right now are taking around backpacks or totes. And prediction is that the market might change slightly that people will want canvas shoppers, something that is waterproof cross body bags with adjustable straps, so people can go. On or cycling like it's very practical.

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"doj" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:36 min | Last month

"doj" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"It will be used for scholarships as well as helping. These schools rebound from the effects of the pandemic are higher education reporter Melissa Corn says that money could have a big impact. Colleges broadly are Hungary for money right now. in a Lotta ways, but HPC's historically just don't have nearly as much. Their endowments on the median endowment is about half the size at hp us as it is at other institutions, spelman and Morehouse are among the best funded. Endowments both well into the nine figures, but even that is not in the top hundred of endowments, so even though they're relatively well off for any for HPC's still cannot meet full financial need for everybody. They have a lot of students who just can't afford to go there and they want change that. But some tech companies have been on the receiving end of protests and criticism as well several civil rights groups are encouraging big advertisers to pull spending from facebook campaign includes the Anti Defamation League and the end of Lacey Pe- they're protesting. What they say is facebook's failure to make its platform west hostile. Our reporter deep-sea Rahman has more these civil rights, organizations and other advocacy groups have been having these conversations with facebook behind the scenes for years now they've pushed facebook or a number of issues particularly around hate speech. This call for a boycott is. Animated by frustration after years of these conversations, not going anywhere through a bunch of different initiatives that they're looking at for example, the Ad L. has asked facebook to create a specific content moderation pipeline exclusively for identity based hate speech, so if you are the recipient of hate speech, that's because of your race or your religion. Experts in hate speech would handle the issue. That's one example another example would be to offer more transparency about the kinds of hate speech. They find in detect and across platform. I think they are looking for both more information. From the company at a high level, but also more enforcement. FACEBOOK has said it's taken significant strides to cut back on hate speech, but acknowledged that there's always more work to do. These civil rights groups aren't the only ones asking facebook and other Internet companies to do more. The DOJ has proposed new rules governing their liability for the content on their platform. We'll talk more about that after the break. When the world is at a standstill.

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"doj" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:21 min | 6 months ago

"doj" Discussed on WSB-AM

"DOJ are up in arms it's a terrible catastrophe it's an emergency so you know the left wing present troubles elected the band's what about us so they invented the phrase what about as you're not allowed to talk about the past only the present you can't compare trump to anyone else you can only focus on the present okay fine I like what about us here's why because it tells me if you are a truthful person that's why so to these two thousand former DOJ members I can tell you right now you are only concerned because this is trouble period you didn't give a darn about colder being under criminal contempt and civil contempt you didn't care colder's DOJ took illegally obtained donor information from the IRS and used it to harass and intimidate donors to Republican causes you didn't care you didn't care about the DOJ going after journalists treating them like spies you didn't care about that you didn't care about fast and furious of the good the gun Walker operation where colder decided that the cartels have a bunch of guns from American gun stores and taking over the border we still don't know the motive on that the we can guess you didn't care you don't care that Mike Bloomberg is paying to install attorneys general yeah I I you know assistant Attorney General across the country he is paying to put attorneys into government offices where he writes the checks what he wants and an agreed upon outcome they are there to push climate control they're there to push the theory that there's a climate catastrophe coming so Mike Bloomberg needs to run your entire life Mister I put an air conditioner for my house on my car window swim in giving a speech my car's Crispian court to come out you DO J. people don't care about that at all all those factors indicate to me you are only doing this because a trump because no those are the things matter June there was no emergency meeting around gun Walker fast and furious none of that let's talk to Wally in Tampa Florida while you're on the Russian by programs taught her and filling in high Wally well done we have that going on here in Hillsboro county we are Republican state's attorney was a great guy it got bombarded by a former Democrats prosecutor federal prosecutor it was all funded by George Soros they came in with big big dollar campaigns and Eric holder in his redistricting process that is going on because I got moved out of a Republican district into a Democrat district yes exactly and and to top it all off it's all in the city all these people moving into the city the county kept the Republican but the in the inner city in the city but the Democrat states attorneys in office then they're they're doing it now the place to county commission city council it was you know what's the number one is you're you're having the same experience that we're having on the west coast and such of having these paid for Attorney General or assistant Attorney General brought in running the city positions as well we've got this going on in the the media they're not your soul who is George Soros YC installing wise he literally paying for attorneys to work in these offices why is Mike Bloomberg aware are allowed to do this you eat the you are talking about people who claim the trucks a mall you're McLaws think that's a big deal because someone stated hotel but they're not talking about buying literal laws and literal attorneys general villa door that so that yeah that's correct and not been ripped out but they're also doing that Eric holders on this leavened leaven state redistricting campaign because he says I got friends of mine it in other states up in Ohio they're out there doing it right now right in the lack of curiosity on this he tells you everything you need to know about the media and the lack of concern about this being done tells you everything you need to know about these two thousand careers at the DOJ they did not care they do not care and less the name is Donald John trump Wally thanks for the call appreciate that very much all of the shore rush shop one other thing that you just maddening in all as all get out is the fact that these AG's they are brought on with a specific outcome in mind and I would like to know one day I would like to know because it's hard to find out I would like to know how many people have been bought into the open border sing because you've watched this transformation all the sudden there's this transformation so we know Bloomberg's placing a Jeez to have a climate change outcome we know that George Soros is place placing attorneys in these offices outcomes on drug legalization we know that George Soros is funding drug legalization and heroin shooting sites etcetera we know about that in Canada we're guessing he's doing it here as well it's a gases which I do you might might be is it's documented some degree in Vancouver Canada so we all these things are going on no curiosity from the press so I'd like to know how many people have been bought into positions where they're refusing to enforce immigration laws right because all of a sudden there's a switch that we're just gonna do that Doug Kay thanks very much let's go out and just examine one other aspect to this let's examine one other aspects to what is going on in tonight's debate one of the things that I want to know is how who will be the most effective at hitting at Mike Bloomberg on the arrogance of what he said about farmers we talked with the earlier she's a medical doctor comes about forming background I want to know is gonna be Warren is it going to be mayor Pete someone has got to draw blood on this figure Lee speaking with Mike Bloomberg let's talk to mark in grand rapids Michigan up mark you're on the rush about program taught Herman filling and I'm mark are you doing a good friend of mine from high school thirty years he's been in the business he sells fertilizers you helps farmers arborists they spray the field they do a Grammy cast arm appeals they hope they do over a hundred thousand acres of farmers yeah maybe he showed me maps where they take soil cast because every year the soils can vary in how much fertilizer they need in order for the crop to be good but then they're not done with that they help them put the fertilizer down yeah man yeah like the elements or the rain or whatever jail whatever can damage the crop or they can give a crap how it might saturate that yield to the point where next year it's going to be totally different work might need less or more it's just amazing the ignorance that Mike Bloomberg spouts off about stuff you have no idea what he's talking about no in it you know it this I want to be super careful here super super careful because I do not I I just I don't body shape I just don't I am this is hard to say I've got a lot of friends or short I do I do I come from a wrestling background I get a lot of friends were the short in stature this actually puts to me some truth to the idea that Bloomberg is bothered by his height because it lets you got some deep hole in yourself or there's some deep in security you don't go around pretending that because you read a book you know sitting on an airplane or an article in in in in in New York judge times weekends that you know how to farm what that goes to a very deep hole in the eagle is not your experts mark when someone will say something like that that they're coming from a perspective of deep deep weakness and self doubt we're just knowing what he had to go through in getting his degree and then becoming are in the business include incredible because I have so many variables that they have learned in order to make the farmer successful yep soul yep I couldn't agree more mark thanks for the call from grand rapids Michigan appreciated it tonight here's the bats are that I be taken the debate which moderator will actually ask Bloomberg I will sorry it's not my job to amuse myself can you imagine one of the modernising all mayor Bloomberg I am in front of me a charge that card determines the corrects nitrogen cycle of a of a corn field that's ten thousand acres located at this specific location United States of can you explain the nitrogen cycle of a cornfield at this exact position as is by the way where is this this longitudinal all added on this longitudinal point on the map love to see that see I don't even know farming I grew up around Saddam in in for Rush Limbaugh on the EIB network you're listening to the EIB network.

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"doj" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

06:22 min | 6 months ago

"doj" Discussed on WRVA

"Eight two appreciate is it's not even at this impossible for me to state I'm paid to talk in I I cannot states enough evidence is how much of an artist to fill in for Russian every way shape matter ID affection forms rush might say all there is a you know this these two thousand former DOJ people who are up in arms calling an emergency meeting because the president's tweeted about the the justice department and about the case with Gabe and bart said you know this so two thousand people used to work for the DOJ they are up in arms it's a terrible catastrophe it's an emergency so you know all the left wing president trump was elected they bands what about it's so they invented the phrase what about as you're not allowed to talk about the past only the present you can't compare trump to anyone else you can only focus on the present okay fine I like what about it since here's why because it tells me if you are a truthful person that's why so to these two thousand former DOJ members I can tell you right now you are only concerned because this is trump period you didn't give a darn about colder being under criminal contempt in civil contempt you didn't care that Eric holders DOJ took illegally obtained donor information from the IRS and used it to harass and intimidate donors to Republican causes you didn't care you didn't care about the DOJ going after journalists treating them like spies you didn't care about that you didn't care about fast and furious the good the gun Walker operation where colder decided that the cartels have a bunch of guns from American gun stores and taken over the border we still don't know the motive on that the we can guess you didn't care you don't care that Mike Bloomberg is paying to install attorneys general yeah I I you know assistant Attorney General across the country he is paying to put attorneys into government offices where he writes the checks what he wants and a an agreed upon outcome they are there to push climate control they're there to push the theory that there's a climate catastrophe coming so Mike Bloomberg needs to run your entire life Mister I put an air conditioner for my house on my car window swim in giving a speech to my car's Crispian cool when I come out U. G. O. J. people don't care about that at all all those factors indicate to me you are only doing this because a trump because no those are the things mattered too there was no emergency meeting around gun Walker fast and furious none of that let's talk to Wally in Tampa Florida while you're on the Rush Limbaugh program is taught Herman filling in high Wally well god we have that going on here in Hillsboro county we are a Republican state's attorney was a great guy Hey got bombarded by a former Democrats prosecutor federal prosecutor it was all funded by George Soros they came in with big big dollar campaigns and Eric holder in his redistricting process that is going on because I got moved out of a Republican district into a Democrat district yes and and to top it all off it's all in the city all these people moving into the city the county kept the Republican but the in the inner city and the city but the Democrat states attorneys in office and they're they're doing it in other places too county commission city council it was you know what's the nominal like it's you're you're having the same experience that we're having on the west coast at center of having these paid for Attorney General or assistant Attorney General brought in brought in the city positions as well we've got this going on and then the media they're not your soul who is George Charles why is he installing wise he literally paying for attorneys to work in these offices why is Mike Bloomberg aware are allowed to do this you eat the you are talking about people who claim the trumps a mall you're McLaws thing that's a big deal because someone staters hotel but they're not talking about buying literal laws and literal attorneys general villa door that so that right yeah that's correct and not doing the right job but they're also doing that Eric holders on this leavened leaven state redistricting campaign because he still I got friends of mine it in other states up in Ohio they're up there doing it right now right in in the lack of curiosity on this it tells you everything you need to know about the media and the lack of concern about this being done tells you everything you need to know about these two thousand careers at the DOJ they did not care they do not care and less the name is Donald John trump Wally thanks for the call appreciate that very much thanks Carl Rochelle one other thing that that is just maddening in as all as all get out is the fact that these eight Jeez they are brought on with a specific outcome in mind and I would like to know one day I would like to know because it's hard to find out I would like to know how many people have been bought into the open border sing because you've watched this transformation all the sudden there's this transformation so we know Bloomberg is placing AG's to have a climate change out com we know that George Soros is as placing attorneys in these offices outcomes on drug legalization we know that George Soros is funding drug legalization and heroin shooting sites etcetera we know about that in Canada we're guessing he's doing it here as well it's a gas is rich I do my my **** is it's documented some degree in Vancouver Canada so we all these things are going on no curiosity from the press so I'd like to know how many people have been bought into positions where they're refusing to enforce immigration laws right because all of a sudden there's a switch that we're just not gonna do that dog Kay thanks very much let's go out and just examine one other aspect to this let's examine one other aspects to what is going on in tonight's debate one of the things that I want to know is how who will be the most effective at hitting at a hearing Mike Bloomberg on the arrogance of what he said about farmers we talked with the earlier she's a medical doctor comes about farming background I want to know is it going to be Warren is it going to be mayor Pete someone is gonna draw blood on this figure Lee speaking with Mike Bloomberg let's talk to mark in grand rapids Michigan up mark you're on the Russia by program taught Herman filling and.

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"doj" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"doj" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Browser to its mobile operating system to search and with facebook there are questions about its acquisition of companies like instagram and WHATSAPP and that's only a small summary of what Congress is asking you name it with these tech companies. Congress has asked a question about it in these letters and the most interesting thing about the questions that they have not only sought business records financial statements and things like that but also communications emails from some of the celebrity founders of the companies and and other communications about these issues. Tracy says clashes are expected over what documents get turned over to lawmakers makers the House investigation comes as tech companies are facing greater scrutiny in Washington. We also report that national security officials and tech leaders have I've been working to better protect. US elections facebook organized a meeting at its headquarters in Silicon Valley last week our DC the Rahman says the meeting laid bare the tensions on both sides for all intents and purposes intelligence and tack didn't work together at a two thousand sixteen and now there's this understanding that Russia was able to manipulate public discussion through facebook and twitter and Youtube and that there were no guardrails. Nobody knew how how to stop it but at the same time there there is this tension around how much tha companies can actually share with the government. Everyone wants to avoid to repeat of two thousand sixteen but it's not at the expense of just handing over user information in the tech companies have a business imperative right. They can't just do this because people will leave their platforms and get angry at them and they'll be continued regulation and you know new laws could impair their ability to do business but you know from the government side they they want more too on so there's this tension that emerges in this meeting and it shows that the relationship they're still working out the kinks and fourteen months before twenty twenty and you can read the full story about the meeting on our website wsj.com or on the W J APP. The US Justice Department is investigating sexual abuse within US Olympic organizations the following the case against former national gymnastics team Dr Larry Nassar currently serving ineffective life sentence for sexually assaulting women and girls. The Federal Inquiry Creek comes ahead of the two thousand twenty Olympics in Tokyo joining me now with more details is Wall Street Journal reporter Rebecca O'Brien Rebecca. This seems like a widespread investigation allegation which groups have you found that are under investigation right now by the Justice Department so it is a wide ranging investigation and it's actually I think best thought of as multiple investigations that interconnect and the important bodies to think about here are the US Olympic Committee the Center for Safe Sport USA gymnastics and and USA Taekwondo and the FBI which is sort of a side issue but think of it as like a layer cake right this mitigation which is being led by multiple offices offices in the Justice Department along with irs criminal investigators is looking at bad actors who are coaches or doctors in the gym level of various Olympic Sports. It's across the United States and then secondarily. There's an investigation into potential cover ups and maybe financial and business wrongdoing by the national governing bodies are N. G. Bees like USA gymnastics or USA Taekwondo and the third level here. Is You limit committee to the big overarching organization Asian. They're looking you know as well their response to sexual abuse allegations another potential financial wrongdoings now how big of an impact did the Larry Nassar Sir case have on the current investigations. This was pretty blockbuster case shook up the world of gymnastics in the Olympics too large extent what I think I mean the Larry Nassar case it slowly began building came first surfaced right after the Rio Olympics more than three years ago now and what I find incredible is that what the Nassar case not only did it first of all you know hundreds of women came forward with allegations but it really also opened shed light on all these other cases like in USA taekwondo or there had been allegations and some mm cases convictions of coaches that had kind of been lost to history and these this repeated. There's a trend over decades of misconduct induct and sex-abuse in a number of different sports that no one really had paid close attention to on a grand scale so the national case really not only was had a tremendous impact on on gymnastics in the Olympic Committee but it also just opened the floodgates as it were now we are looking ahead to the twenty twenty games in Tokyo what under the implications for the US Olympic system as we have been talking about the Nassar case did cause a lot of damage to the institution yet national case did a lot of damage image to USA gymnastics but it also had some blowback on the US Olympic Committee because of executives there who were informed of it and didn't necessarily take steps that many people in the public thing you know they they didn't talk about it more publicly. They didn't take steps to advance the investigation and they leave with egging their face and what is important about these investigations. I the thing is that they show the continued legal pressure on the USOC. There's political pressure with also legal and potentially criminal pressure on some of the executives or former executives of these organizations and going into twenty twenty. They're going to want to resolve this. I mean not only do you. WanNa make sure people are safe going to the Olympics but also it looks bad if the USOC he is heading to the next Olympics with this cloud of uncertainty and investigations over their head and of course you know in nine years they're going to be hosting the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles so oh you know we'll see how they resolve this Wall Street Journal reporter Rebecca O'Brien. Thank you so much thank you..

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"doj" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"doj" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"The internet by the whistle blower website, WikiLeaks dot org, and they have more some analysts comparing them to the Pentagon papers tonight after violent protests that have lasted for weeks. The Tunisian government has fallen the president has fled and some are calling this the first Wiki leaks revolution the first WikiLeaks revolution. Now impactful journalism is obviously not a defense to other alleged crimes, but it was leaks like that which one Wiki leaks the organization a range of journalistic awards, the Obama administration's DOJ never indicted WikiLeaks publicly despite its opposition to how they ran. And it reviewed what appear to be similar conduct regarding this twenty two an issue because they indicted as I mentioned Chelsea Manning, and they reviewed a case against Assange. And concluded it was not warranted. As for the person who gave the information to WikiLeaks, President Obama ultra. Commuted her sentence saying she took responsibility for what was criminal leaking. She shouldn't spend too much time in jail. With respect to Chelsea Manning. I looked at the particulars of this case, I felt that in light of all the circumstances of that commuting her sentence was entirely appropriate. She took responsibility for her crime. That the sentence that she received was. Very disproportional disproportionate relative to what? Other leakers had received. Why am I telling you all this right now because there is a lot of context like a lot for the Trump DOJ going forward here on these actions from nine years ago that the Obama DOJ did not deem chargeable case against us, orange could get stronger, there could be other counts based on other secret evidence. We don't have tonight. We know Bob Muller wanted a lot more from as do the feds on many many topics but working with what we have. Now, the indictment unsealed today doesn't show Assange actually, stealing anything or coordinating with foreign spies or doing espionage. It's a single count of conspiring to do something that allegedly did not happen which makes the indictment unaggressive and potentially chilling document for journalists in the US or abroad chose this leaker manning telling us to orange after this upload, that's all I really have got left and then Assange pushes for more leaks. Saying curious is never run dry in my experience, the kind of communication that some reporters have with sources, and then it'll Jesus. Cross the line that reporters are not supposed to cross offering help with potentially stealing itself to try to crack a password now doesn't allege at least what we got today that they succeeded that sounds bad then that single bad part. I want you to know is also the whole case the allegation section of this indictment runs two and a half pages. The whole thing the entire charges are six pages. It would be easy to you. This case only through the US government lends. And if you hear government officials from many parties, that's what you'll hear us Aaj took on the US government published leaks and undercut it. They don't like that. They have every right to voice their opposition to that. You could also view this only from the mystery lands and say man, Julian Assange up ended the two thousand sixteen election. What does he know about Putin and collusion and things that even the mole report may not answer? Let's get him here and interview, but there's also tonight a non-partisan lens of freedom of information. What checks should exist on the Trump administration charging extraditing a publisher? Offer ceiling espionage, but for one conspiracy count about how he tried to help a source, and whether that cost align that lens, I think is part of why the Obama Justice department was careful a point that actually recently discussed with their colder. This was last month, which we now know is a time period when Assange had been indicted under seal, but that information was not public. Now, there is an open case that appears to be looking at WikiLeaks for charges should a publisher like that the open to charges by the US government..

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"doj" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I want the guys that are on my side baby off course of court folks. The McCarthy piece explains at all right. Why would you hire the DOJ people if you thought that was the DOJ conflict? Because you need people who are aware of the malfeasance you're trying to sweep up. That's why you don't want a bunch of heartland American state prosecutors coming in there and looking at the facts object. Give me a break, don't be stupid talking to you. I'm talking to the media people. Secondly, why are partisan hacks? Because this is a partisan attack. The answer is a very simple OXFAM's razor folks. Keep it simple stupid. Why higher DOJ people because they're hiding DOJ malfeasance, why higher partisan hacks, because it's a partisan attack. No further explanation needed. Another point on this that McCarthy brings up, which is a beautiful one. He says, if there was such a DOJ conflict yet, Muller hired DOJ people anyway. Joe, why does he keep referring cases back into the DOJ. Folks, the Russian GRU case. Remember we got these Russian GRU military officials, Joe, we got with this. Remember the detailed indictment hacking into the US election data system trying to get information from the DNC. Remember that diamond everybody was blown away the media. All we got the Russia's folks. That case was referred back to the DOJ national security division. Why. Why. Come again. The whole premise, the whole this. Why? I'm so mad at Andy joking, I wanted to think of this. The whole premise is that the OJ can't handle this because there's a conflict. So what is Muller do the biggest indictment we have so far these Russian military, he he sends right back to the. Roce. I thought there was a conflict. This is supposed to be about Russian collusion yet. You get the Russians at where does it go right back to the DOJ. Oh. Not only that. Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen is personal lawyer. You would think would have intimate knowledge of a Russian collusion scandal if it were to occur? It did what happens is case show. It was referred back into the DOJ. This other district. This is the craziest thing I have ever heard. The craziest thing I've ever heard. Finally, he breaks up one final really, really good point in the peace. How rod Rosenstein is hiding. The there were two. There was an initial appointing of the special counsel Joe looking into Russian collusion. There's also a supplemental memo issued on August second 2017 that supplemental memo still remains classified. Only pieces of it is leaked of leaked out. So just to be clear, a lot of the liberals are saying, okay, remember the two points. We're making huge. Oh, there's a conflict in the DOJ which I've just the bunked which is nonsense. They just want to sweep the DOJ stuff under the rug. The second point is at a specific crime needs to be named and has been in the past, even though it's not mandated. That's been the history, but no crimes beneath here. The liberal comeback to point number two is that, oh, no, no, no. There's a crime name, but it's in the second letter. The reclassification of the investigation by rod Rosenstein issued August second, two thousand seven. The supplemental memo Joe. Well, Andy McCarthy brings up a great point. Why are they hide in that? Why are they still classifying that thing? He's like, hey, listen, you could hide the names. You know, if you have names in there, you don't want let out then fine, but that should be released. You always some explanation as to what this crime is, right? Yeah, but he brings up a terrific point saying is the real information in that supplemental memo. Joe issued August second, twenty seventeen use the clarify this alleged crime against the Trump team. This is something I had thought of before I should've said. He says, is it the dossier? Is it again the information in the dossier, again, that appeared in the Pfizer that appeared with Bruce or that appear in the FBI ladies and gentlemen, you know how devastating this would be. It would take apart and dismantle the entire special counsel. Investigation, Donald Trump should demand that that supplemental memo be declassified. And I'm telling you right now if there is any information from this now wholly discredited, dossier in that supplemental memo outlining quote crimes that were just made up Joe man. We have another hard core problem going on here. Declassify that memo to and if Rosenstein can't back it up with actual crimes, we better find out real quick. It's my buddy, say right quick..

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"doj" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"All right as we continue Sydney Powell, David, Sean, and Sara Carter, Sarah. What if we all these things become unredacted? You know, I I haven't seen these items myself. I have many sources as you do they all say on a scale of one attendance a nine or a ten I don't you know, when I hear that in Washington. I always get my hopes up. I usually get disappointed. What do you think? I don't think we'll be disappointed. I consider some of the sources I've been speaking to a very well versed on these dodgers, saying your sources are better than mine is what you're saying not at all. You're saying, you're, you know, we may we may both be surprised I think even more so than a nine or ten I shine. I think what what the push for this way. They were so adamant all of the congressional members that have seen these documents the people that have been working on these investigations, you know, they know when they look at them whether or not there were national security implications here, whether or not these documents should be made public. Remember, these are people that hold very highly classified security clearances, and what I've been told is that the DOJ was misleading the Trump administration, basically lying about the national security implications here, and they are trying to hide all of the malfeasance that happened within the investigation. Protect that. I protect the DOJ at all costs at the expense of the American people. So what I've been hearing is that these documents are released next week as we hope. Nope. By the president. If he declassified them and allows congress than to share them with the public. The answers will be given this will blow this entire thing wide open and the American people and the rest of the world because this is not just about us. This is about what we represent and how this chaos and infighting is destroying our reputation overseas. So the whole world will know once in all what the. DOJ did well fraud Rosenstein, this is the one that they want. I mean, he appointed Muller. He's got the keys to the kingdom is very powerful right now. I guess he would weigh in on whether they subpoena the president or not how much trouble is he in. I think he's in big trouble. I like I said again. This week McCabe is you know, now, there's a grand jury convened in his case, I got to think that everybody that signed off on this phony visor warrant with the dossiers the information is in trouble everyone, and they're all, and you know, what? And this is going to come out. And this is why the DO Jay's been fighting so hard because it's incredible to believe that deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is overseeing all of this when he signed off on that fourth Feis would've known everything about the three previous spices. If he did making decisions about what to release or not release and some of it impacts him absolutely of interest. They write their Sarah Carter. And I promise we'll get the David and Sydney David shown in Sydney Powell as we come back. We have an amazing Hannity blockbuster,.

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"doj" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on Pod Save America

"We don't arrest our political opponents in this country. He would never could never say that in a million years. I mean, you're right, it's it's kind of gross. He did. He did say in something that I think we could agree with. He said something like the FBI should be the FBI and at the democrat and the Republican BI not the Republican DOJ or democratic DOJ. And that was like, I felt like I'm the only person who heard that part of his answer. You know also what everyone else heard was. Oh, yeah, we're dealing with the democratic DOJ right now, and that's what we have to, you know, to purge them and someone asked about Alex Jones getting getting banned from Twitter and shadow banning. There was like a Thursday. Another question there is not quite acumen on question. Oh, but the lady next to me did tell me that there was stuff going on the government that I didn't know about an that President Trump was doing more than we'll ever know. And I didn't ask a follow up on the people in to hear about jobs. No, no, they didn't and they didn't come to hear about healthcare. They didn't come to hear about education. They didn't come to hear about, you know, the problems that people are facing in their everyday lives. That was weirdly absent. I mean, I've been to town halls a lot. I mean, you guys have to and in the heat of national spotlight. You do get national questions, right? But always you. Can't keep people from asking about local stuff that's like a hallmark of a campaign is that someone's going to ask about, if not like the potholes, they're going to ask about their brother that can't get XYZ service, or you know their kid who has this issue and that just didn't happen. And it felt like this was just performance of kind of Fox News fandom, you know, like Trump cost play more than actual Ted Cruz enthusiasm, other people. I mean, I've say so they were there. We're in disaster about him, but it really was like this weird transference from from Trump and they told me ever. Few people told me, you know, we almost lost him at the convention meaning Ted Cruz when we've seen is that you know Betto is talking about more of nuts and bolts issues. Immigration health care. The economy and Ted Cruz has been doing this sort of cultural, his tweets, everything he's doing. It seems built around these cultural grievances. Do think that what you're. Being at the rallies is a subset of just the passionate people that are showing up or or is Ted Cruz being forced to speak this way and address these things and take on this tenor because that is where the Republican voters in Texas aren't think that's where the based voter, you know, in Texas are I think that there that's what's animating them is when you talk about immigration, talk about it in terms that Trump talks, you know, like Ted did talk about building a wall. I will point out that that is not a local issue in Brown would say it's pretty far away from the border. But you know, he didn't talk about it again in terms of jobs or in terms of like, what do we do about immigration? It was like basically, like, you know, wall and enforcement, and that's not actual policy. You and I know that and people who have to deal with immigration daily basis. No, that and I think that you know there is this weird aspect to the to the town hall to where I felt like he, you know, he is smart guy. I mean, I've interviewed him a few times and he may make people skin crawl, but he's a genuinely intelligent person. And I could see him like trying to get people to wrap up questions before they went off the rails. Like there was this like kind of undercurrent of like I re- please, no one asked me about you a non pleased Espy McEwen on to almost everything because all of the questions had that kind of fever dream, you know, or it to them that they could at any moment become a Sean Hannity monologue..

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"doj" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"From the doj all of whom review that and they provide a briefing for us about what's in it what's in the fis awards restoring about i've reviewed that one talking about the one he signed in some detail this is important here and i could tell you that the information that's public about that the fis application that is doesn't match with what my understanding of the one that i signed whoa doggies i'll explain to st the second i think it's appropriate to let the inspector general complete that investigation in both these are serious allegations i do not do the investigations i'm not the african i'm reviewing the finish product if the inspector general finds i did something wrong i respect that judgment but i think it's highly highly unlikely great great great poll by the author of this piece what's going on there joe rosensteins under oath now having been a federal agent i want to explain to you a couple of things here the african what is the what is rosenstein referring to when you go to court and you raise your right hand in court there's someone that's swears to the facts inside that document that they are the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you got you were not lying about that information when i would go to court to get a complaint against someone to get a search warrant you would have to raise your right hand than you would do that you would swear in front of the judge at the information you have is the truth that's who the fema is why is rosenstein adamant in his response to gates about the fis award he signed that quote i'm not the african another these are serious allegations this doesn't match what i was told wow what do you think rosenstein is saying well he can only be saying what are two things either saying the leaks to the press about what's in that fis award are false which i doubt because some of the people who have seen some of the applications who are members of congress i'm i'm not saying they're the ones leaking anything but there's been some information in some of the house reports i would be a stalinist right now if the the leaks of i think would he saying is he was lied to you know what that means that is right that's what i got now the author of the peace has a little bit of a different take and i encourage you to read it i think it's all fair but i remember rosensteins under oath here i think rosenstein is throwing the fbi under the bus here and you know what forgive me i missed it on friday because we had an the thursday should we had so much going on it's tough to compartmentalize all this stuff and get you the key takeaways he is not the african when you go to court is a federal agent and you swear you're you're the one swearing to the fact why is that do you guys ladies understand this if i'm not explaining about forgive me i've done this many many times the investigator is the one who investigates gathers the facts to present to the prosecutor who then legally prosecutes the case the lawyers in the department of justice assistant united states attorneys rod rosenstein anyone else they are not investigators under any circumstances they do not investigate the case they are not out there on the street they are not interviewing people they are not putting the facts together the agents do that the agents of the government the fbi agents the secret service agents whoever they are they're the ones that bring those sets of facts to the prosecutor now you have to swear those facts are true if those facts are true it's the prosecutor that reads them set this is the practically how it works says to the agent okay i think you have enough year for probable cause we're going to go in front of a judge but it is not the prosecutor that raises his right hand it's the agent i believe what rosenstein is saying here by being adamant hey man i'm not the fema don this fis award i think he's throwing him under the bus he started him under the.

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"doj" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Rod rosenstein is in the most difficult position probably of anybody in the history of the department of justice he's trying to thread the needle between a president who's pressuring him for political purposes and for his own interests against protecting and institution the department of justice and the fbi that was our friend and contributor and former fbi special agent clint watts weighing in on this news the deputy ag rod rosenstein asked the doj inspector general to review claims that the fbi had surveilled the trump campaign somehow for political purposes as we reported the move came after the president demanded an investigation over twitter this weekend legal experts are worried that this is a dangerous new benchmark in an area of obstruction the rest of us can plainly see this president's public war with all things justice department related from the boss jeff sessions on down this is from a month ago quote much of the bad blood with russia is caused by the fake and corrupt russia investigation headed up by the all democrat loyalists or people that work for obama muller is most conflicted of all except rosenstein who signed fis and komi letter no collusion so they go crazy here to talk about it cynthia oxygen is back with us former federal prosecutor a veteran of the civil rights division at the justice department and matthew miller is back with us former chief spokesman for the justice department so cynthia have wanted to hear you out on this your response to trump's demands and your response of what we know to be the rosenstein response so far well i feel like on watching my second hockey game of the night this in this hockey game it's the old philadelphia flyers the seventies the broad street bullies at the white house beating up on doj farm team and apparently no refs showed up and doj team is standing around whining and meanwhile the broad street.

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"doj" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Even if it was five days show me what you got in my lawyer's office you've got five days or else what what gives him the power to do that you would think if he i mean ultimately if he has the power to fi to fire mueller and i understood that he can actually order the doj to reward the special counsel re regulations to allow him to directly fire being that ultimately you know he's he's headed doj if he has that ability you would think if anything he has ability you know to to order something like that and then it gives him cover to whoever whoever's in the doj you water this is this is this something that you read somewhere somebody suggesting trump could do this i saw i saw something online is just doing as a curiosity say can can the candy trump or president fire fire special counsel directly and there was there was some some person giving some information out there that saying technically no regulations require there'd be a crime and whoever points the special counsel asked him point him to that crime there's no crime here was a loose sedated by by rosenstein who appointed sessions recused so now we've got this august second memo from rosenstein going back words oh by the way i did send him a memo i sent my mom and i told him to do this or that is strictly a cya if if if targets of investigations because their presidents and run the executive branch could tell any investigator you've got five days to put up or shut up or else then it would have happened a long ago presidents don't have the power to shut these down that's why they've firing muller and by the way what he's talking about the president can't call muller and say you're gone he's gonna have rosenstein doing if rosenstein refused he'd fire rosenstein and whoever replaced rosenstein would have to do it that guy refused to do it trump would fire him until he found somebody that would fire muller the argument is does trump have the authority to.

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"doj" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The doj that was really in charge of the investigations and and had a lot of say he was also very close to sally yates who you know was was fired by president trump when she refused to basically adhere to his immigration policy at the time allotment actually left the doj in march he was a long longtime served with the department this past march and nobody knew nobody really knew about it it was it was really kind of quiet he kind of walked off into the night but he was mentioned often not a and an according to congressional sources that i've spoken with in text messages between peter struck and lisa page some of which have already been revealed and and some of which are in my story and i don't think a lot of people paid a lot attention to what was going on with walkman and what was going on with the fbi particularly when they had no exposure to these text messages and now we see that there was actually conflict and and they were they were after each other the fbi and the doj on trying to get these faisal warrants particularly the vice a warrant on carter page in october which eventually he got a they got in october nineteenth two thousand sixteen but before that there was a lot of push and pull between the fbi and the fbi was really strong arming people within hr words new communications that were discovered by congressional investigators show that the fbi was improperly coordinating with the department of justice officials in an effort to pressure those officials to expedite the foreign intelligence surveillance warrant against the trump associate carter page and house oversight government reform committee these text messages between struck and page once again we're discussing the fbi's difficulty in getting that warrant to spy on page explain how that dovetails into laughlin well so laugh laugh men then text messages back and forth i mean and i guess discusses this not text messages but discusses this with peter struck and peter struck then text messages lisa page and tell them you know hey look i've been dealing with lachman on this he's really aggravating me that was in march and then back and then cambria text messages her again and said you know what i'm hearing from wasserman that they're not happy with how we've handled this and they're kind of.

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"doj" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on Unchained

"Right you choose the most interesting right right i'm is this similar to what you would do doj new dj's quite different so getting back to the subpoena at doj actually a little known fact is at doj there's a policy actually against issuing targets subpoenas at all oh interesting so for example if you're the target of a criminal investigation at the justice department are policy or not already more because i'm no longer at the government but the doj's policy is that prosecutors should not be issuing subpoenas to entities they view as targets of investigations now the sec doesn't have that same restriction but still i do want to emphasize that a subpoena is just a way for the government to get information so when i was a federal prosecutor i s you'd hundreds if not thousands of subpoenas in my time and you know very very few of those actually turned into investigations or cases and so you feel like maybe the panic that we're seeing in the crypto space is a little bit more like fud fear uncertainty doubt i think there's a little of that laura but i mean again not to minimize the impact that an sec subpoena does have on an entity or an individual of particularly for individuals or entities that aren't familiar with interacting with enforcement bodies regulators i don't want to minimize the seriousness or you know what they might be feeling but i really doubt what we're going to see is eighty different ico actions just because of that number of subpoenas being reported as having gone out that's that's my only point so another action that we saw recently from the government was a letter from vinson and i know also some people in the community were freaking out about that because apparently it has some implications with the bank secrecy act where the penalties can be quite severe if you violate that so what was your take on that vincent letter you're right the penalties for violating the bank secrecy actor bs as it's called can be even criminal and they can be really stiff monetary penalties you're talking about twenty five thousand dollars a day provide asian so they can really add up but that said might take on the recent fincen letter was i think that it's not a big deal as some people are making in the space and i'll tell you why i mean i recently heard.

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"doj" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Know that you're that you're stamping ground down there at is always texas but look you are you nailed it when you were talking about sources in math effects of what they're saying and that's one of the reasons i've been saying we need to not only get that memo welfare the memo is simply a salary of what the evident shelled the documents underlying that we need to get the document themselves out and what if i've been with oh no you couldn't possibly do that that's all about sources and methods and you nailed it and i hadn't already everybody else talk about this chris the source or the people that are spring men don't release affleck flick they may have committed a crime and the methods aren't that day ruc you know political tools uh and in weaponising the doj and the fbi and so those we really do need to get both we need to get those uh those sources and methods out normally that's not true because they were undercover agents and you you just cannot jeopardize their lives when their the head of the fbi or the uh deputy director or people like that yeah we need to know what they have done and whether or not they were committed crimes otherwise you get to know whether anybody in the fbi and especially in but doj intel that i'm sure you saw sally right that yates said no nobody has a right to know what they're doing not even the inspector general of the doj i mean that is outrageous choosing not congress on june my gosh we have got to get through those sources madam its uh.

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"doj" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I want the american people to see though it how do you judge it will you haven't seen that we are going to have to pull all of this out and that's one of the things a memo does but you're already down to change the rabbit trails down which are all already i know what's wrong but how do you know there are already ambition memo chris please go ahead chris i belive the data will come out the day to day we'll come out i wanted to come out i want to all the come out i don't know that we ever get to the bottom of this unless we do and if we're going to have at a congress of does oversight we cannot accept that the fbi or the doj or any other branch of government from closing they gate in front of us a saying sorry you can't look at this because as classified then what i saw and what i believe happened could go on in perpetuity and we've become a banana republic what for this is earthshaking in it does go deeper than watergate and that memo all wider getting means how was it deeper than water then watergate and it how is a deeper because the fbi in the doj by the information that i have observed and the testimony that i have i i'm gonna say the testimony that i have analysed from listening to and questioning multiple members of the fbi and the doj tells me that the fbi doj have been weaponized if they've been weaponized for political reasons much in the same way as the irs i believe with weaponized for political reasons america cannot tolerate that and if it was used to to influence other an election and to undermine a transition it undermined on inaugarated president that should chill in shock you as well the problem is that your all in on that conclusion but you don't know that it's true you have any even looked at the digital preceding a yours argun closure and i said i said if we have gathered what you i am always board troubling then watergate ii the conclusion here here's what it's not in conclusion but i said what i read is mark more troubling but we have to.

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"doj" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on Super Station 101

"To meet overseas an american fbi agent all that stuff was set up from the inside you're talking about one big circle where he say in i don't know where the break in that circle liz i just know my side of it and if you want to get the answers from the fbi paying christopher steal you're gonna have thought the fbi you're not to talk of people on the other side of this equation uh as the fbi the dnc the doj whatever routes now it was ignored in some reports because once you start connected mcdonald's that the fbi did admit to planning on paying christopher steal for his work but they tried to portray this thing as they were paying him for work he already done that they happen to see they say oh well this is seemed like something we might need to get will pay you for when in reality the fbi was already paying him to do the work which is a big nono in our department adjust lallah thanked area at the big no no in our fbi once the information came out that the fbi was willing to pay him for his staff or that they had met with him or any of this they were tied with him in any way they all of a sudden backed out of the deal and said no no no no we're not we're not pay anything we have nothing to do with this were not involved in this and then they started to back off all that stuff is when things start to unravel in accusations or murmurs were going around about hey i think there were some spine going on on the trump administration that were.

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"doj" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"doj" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"To russia's interference in that election metaphor usual unusual filing because it is also said that the deputy attorney who appointed muller last may had no authority to grant the special council carte blanche to investigating pursue criminal charges in connection with anything that they stumble across while investigating no matter how remote from the examination of the whole russia election meddling because remember he was charged back in october of last year along with a former campaign aide rick gales and is asking the court to nullify the charges against him and stop the investigation from overreaching is what they're calling it now what what happens in the suit will be interesting and and where is the time line as to when the investigation is over because this has been a gosh this has been a long investigation right manafort said in the lawsuit that federal prosecutors and fbi agents interviewed him in 2014 to talk about is consulting abroad as part of the effort to assist the government of the ukraine to recover stolen property and then he's saying look and then two years later i'm charged with conduct that i voluntarily disclosed so how is that he sing how's that voluntarily disclosed this and then you're fling it against me so one to watch is going to be what happens in this court it it it in this lawsuit with the doj because of uh certainly not the lack of resources to keep pursuing it and what the doj jay rather comes up with and what happens with this lawsuit if it actually goes any place or not and speaking of going places because they got a few emails from some of you earlier in the day a check the mail bag and review the mailbag coming up next but one concerns concerns out there apparently some of you are traveling back had extra days off um shook the week after off christmas some people do that and in an effort to try to get back to where you're going um and you know it's just um crazy that it's just crazy that these people now in someplace really didn't think they work owing to be stuck our stock so for example runways at charleston international airport closed the.

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