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Sheryl Underwood 09/24/20

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Sheryl Underwood 09/24/20

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How many particles has the Large Hadron Collider discovered?

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

57:08 min | Last month

How many particles has the Large Hadron Collider discovered?

"This podcast is supported by the showtime documentary theories. Ufo a four part exploration confronting the most enigmatic question of all. Why do we believe what we believe. From the legendary j.j abrams ufo explores the most unbelievable sightings of our time featuring insiders behind the pentagon's secret ufo program confirmed by the new york times. Get an in depth. Look at explosive. First person testimonies in amazing footage venture closer to the truth of the world's most mysterious phenomenon all episodes of ufo are now streaming only on showtime. We talk a lot about the excitement of making new scientific discoveries. We couldn't make those discoveries without scientific data and the network you use to capture store and transmit the data can make the difference between learning a deep secret about the origins of the universe or not. That's why the world's leading institutions trust juniper networks junior provides essential reliability from data centers to wi fi driven by a i learn more about universe work with the world's leading research institutions at juniper dot net. I've got one word for you getaway. Just imagine the sun the beach an ice cold drink in your hand with the american airlines advantage mile up card from city. You can go from daydreaming two sunbathing by earning miles on everything you buy. It's the card that turns everyday purchases into advantage miles like two times miles at grocery stores. Plus you can even earn a special bonus miles offer after qualifying purchases head to city dot com slash mile up today to apply for the american airlines advantage mile up card and get closer to that getaway. Hey daniel how much does it cost to discover a new particle while. I'm sorry to say that like everything else. The prices seem to be going up and up. Oh you mean like with inflation. I think there's more than that going on. I mean the electron was really cheap to discover in the eighteen hundreds but then the top corps probably cost a billion dollars or so a billion dollars to discover one particle a billion dollars cheap. These days the higgs bows on probably cost more than ten billion dollars and billion. That's like super fancy. Caviar probably tastes just as bad. Daniel camera isn't about the flavor about the glamour her true by particle physics. It's all ballgowns tuxedos in the control room. Sern is why cost ten billion dollars. It's the dress code. It's killing at least you have a dress code. I thought were boxer shorts and tee shirts. It's a t shirt with a tuxedo. Printed on it. I am for him. Cartoonist and creator of phd comics. I'm daniel i may particle physicist. Who's never discovered a new particle yet. Well technically down. Don't you discover new particles off. I'm like you know this oxygen molecule breathing right now. Is this technically to me. That's true each individual particle has its own wonderful spirit and personality but we're more interested in new types of particles new things that nobody in the world has ever seen before things can blow our minds and teaches something new about the universe but welcome to this new type of podcast daniel and jorges explained the universe april of iheartradio in which we sort through all the amazing and crazy stuff in his universe stuff made of oxygen the stuff made of carbon up made of nitrogen in the stuff made of things. We don't even yet understand the rest of the whatever it's made out of. We tackle it. We asked the big questions and we try to explain all of it to you because there is a lot of stuff in the universe actually Maybe an infinite amount of stuff right. There might be an infinite number of particles in there might even be an infinite number of kinds of particles. We have no idea. We're looking at an ice cube and we don't know if it's the whole cube or just the tip of the iceberg. That's right everything is made out of steph and we are made out of stuff and we are also constantly trying to discover what this stuff is made out of in how it works and how it's put together and what are the rules that tell this stuff what it can and cannot do if feels like if we could pull apart everything in the universe into its tiniest little bits and understand those rules we will have revealed something true something fundamental something deep in the source code of the universe like looking at those rules an understanding that basic set of particles would finally tell us how the universe is really put together. I guess it's pretty amazing that you know there's all this stuff in the universe and us little humans on this little rock floating in space. Figure it out that this stuff has kind of rules and types of stuff to it right like it's not just random and there's only a certain number of kinds of stuff out there and that kind of stuff has certain rules about how it can put together and how it interacts with itself. And the incredible thing is that there's a pretty small number of particles like the particles that make me and you just really three of them is the up cork the downcourt and the electron. But you can put those particles together in so many different ways to get an incredible variety of things so as you look at the universe and you see all these weird things you know from bananas to comments to planets to neutron stars. You know that all of those things are made of the same basic particles just put together in different ways and it sort of incredible like philosophically that the universe even works that way that you would take all this incredible complexity and boil it down to relative simplicity at the lowest level. Even caviar daniel. Caviar made out of regular particles are really expensive. It tastes like it's made out of some other weird kind of gross particles. I take it. You're not a fan of the caviar fan of tiny little salty. Fish eggs excluding my mouth. Now you don't even really understand how that's the thing. Maybe you haven't bought the expensive kind eight only had the kind you only had the electrons of. I should just keep spending more money on caviar. Until i like it. It's all about the cracker like if you have the right cracker you can put anything on a caviar. Eggs bows doesn't matter the other right cracker. It's all good and he would be kind of troublesome with an it. I don't know it might be salty. Might be delicious would cost a lot of money. Trump. that's right at ten billion dollars per particle. I don't think i could even taste it. But yeah we are all made out of stuff and that stuff in one sense. Feels like it's made a small number of kinds of stuff you know like you said quirks and electrons but at the same time. It seems like the universe is full of all kinds of particles in possibly as you said maybe an infinite number of different kinds of particles. Yeah we sort of took a left turn there at some point in history like for a long time we were taking this stuff around us and we were figuring out that it was made simpler set of stuff. All the crazy stuff in the universe is made out of elements and then it turns out. Those elements are just made out of protons and neutrons electrons. Awhile look a protons and neutrons are made out of cork so we were getting simpler and simpler and simpler but then at some point we discovered a bunch of other weird stuff other weird particles that you don't need to make up ordinary matter things we've talked about in the podcast like me mianzi and towels and other kinds of quirks. And it's sort of puzzling. Like why those particles exist you know. Need them to make bananas. So why do they exist in the universe but if we systematically discover all of them we might get some sort of like glimpse at the larger pattern figure out what is really going on in the universe. Yeah it's kind of humbling. I guess to think that you know. We are basically masters of our. We think we're masters of our universe but really we're just made out of like a small corner of the particle table and even matter and even stuff is just a small part of the or the whole universe right. Most of the universe is energy. Yeah that's true. Huge fraction of the universe is just energy and we are made out of the lightest stuff like all these. Other heavy particles. They don't last very long and they fall apart really quickly. They decay into lighter and lighter particles and the reason the electron lives forever. While the doesn't is the electron is the latest thing can turn into anything lighter whereas the new on indicate into the electron so everything is made out of these lightest particles. It's sort of like if everything was just made out of hydrogen or hydrogen helium instead we're made out of a much more complex said of stuff and so in the same way for particles we wanna understand like what are those other heavier particles in. What can they do would be made out of helium and we all float around right if everything else was made at a hydrogen would just fall to the bottom. I'm actually on the all helium diet right now. I'm trying to those it works. Just keep inflating this balloon. And i keep. Losing weight is amazing. The he'll diet exactly if i get a big enough balloon. Be literally weightless. Your voice will be really high. Paid podcast would be a totally different experience. Alvin and the chipmunks present the universe daniel and the chipmunks but you know we are sort of asking this question all the time. What kinds of particles are out there. And what kinds of particles can exist and do exist. what are they for. And so scientists are hard working and one of the biggest to do that to search for new particles is a place at you or work at right. That's right at the large. Hey john collider which is not just one of the biggest places to do particle physics. It's like one of the biggest decides experiments ever in terms of money spent and like actual physical size is an incredible accomplishment. Sort of like the golden gate bridge of particle physics standard. The golden gate bridge. Sometimes i'm like. Wow look what humanity can accomplish when we all work together and the large collider's similar to that an incredible feat not just visits but also of engineering and organization and also politics all these different countries from all over. The world came together to build this incredible device helping us peer into the very very core of matter experiment. I thought experiment was caviar daniel lake. How much can you get people to pay for something salty and crunchy. Oh you're thinking of the large. Caviar collider i think which is still being constructed somewhere in russia. Yeah the large. The other e. c. Yeah clyde money fish eggs to get new kinds of prophets. Llc is the science experiment ever and also one of the most expensive. You said earlier that it caused that about ten billion dollars just to find the higgs bozon but the lic is a larger project than that right like. It's looking for other things and it costs a lot. More than ten billion dollars at ten billion dollars is about the cost of the project. It depends a little bit exactly how you do the accounting but you know cost like a billion dollars to build the tunnel in a couple of billion dollars to make those magnets and then billions more to build the detectors natural beam pipe and all that stuff so altogether. The whole project is a little bit more than ten billion dollars. And you're right. While many people think about the higgs bozos when they think about the large collider much broader science experiment. We were hoping when we turn this thing on not justifying. The higgs bows on though. We're happy to have done so but also find all sorts of other crazy stuff that might have been out there because remember. These experiments are like exploration. We don't know what we're gonna find until we turn the machine on. That's why we build it and so it's always a bit of a gamble. Well i think they higgs bows. I'm sort of put it on the map right. Like i feel like probably very few people had heard of the alesi before the big discovery of the hick booze on about ten years ago. That's right that's what it made it onto the list of particle physics experiments before that it wasn't even getting invited to those caveat parties. Is there an patty only went up to about well. You know there are bragging rights for who has the most powerful collider in the world and for a long time. The americans dominated it and then the europeans took over in the nineties. And the americans dole lead back in the early two thousands and now the europeans have had it for a while. And you know it's not just enough to have the most powerful collided in the world. You have to find something new. You have to make a big discovery that leads to nobel prize. And so you're right. That seeing the higgs bozen really put the elliott. See on the map. That's what i meant. Daniel d. lists like the discovery lists containing. Yeah but anyways. I guess the big question is besides the lacey. What else has the large hadron collider discovered like I know you set out to find a lot of different particles and the big one was. The hicks bows on. But i bet people don't know that the llc is looking and has discovered a lot more particles than that. Yeah we do lots of really interesting physics with lt. It's not just for the higgs. Bows on the on the podcast. We'll be asking the question. How many particles has a large hadron collider discovered covered. I think probably a lot of a lot of people. Maybe get confused. They probably associated age in la c. With the higgs bows on the commercial three. Go the long expose on commercial. Can't skip this ad. What's going on. Click click click click at the lafayette commercial. Because you know. If i was the hicks boils on and i wanted to make is blast has been a big part of that right. Yeah that's true. They'll it has been a good part of the hague's bows on marketing campaign. Who is hiding for fifty years while we were trying to look for but finally it allowed itself to be discovered in two thousand twelve. Says you'll be wondering how many people out there i had thought about what other particles alesi has discovered so daniel went out their into the wild with the internet to ask how many particles has the la see discovered in if you are a denizen of the wiles of the internet. And you would mind me knocking on your virtual door to ask you physics questions that you haven't prepared for. Please write to us two questions at daniel in. Hey dot com. We want to hear from you and we think you'll have fun. The always start with a knock. Knock joke physics. I didn't but now. I will love to brainstorm all right. Well here's what people had to say. I know of only one particle that the lychee has discovered which is the hicks bows on. But i cannot imagine that's the only one it has discovered ever would be quite an expensive machines. Whose would only have discovered his one particle. But maybe that's actually the case. So my answer. She is only one. I don't know the number but For sure needs to be more in liked to be more. I think it's time to bill to a new a bigger particle collider. Hopefully here in news. Lhc must be the large hadron. Aligarh hadras a particle in your colliding together. So maybe you'd smashing it up into smaller particles. I have no idea maybe three. Maybe seven i think. Lhc has discovered only one particle. That'd be the higgs bows on. I hope i'm not terribly off. I'm going to guess that the has may be discovered seven new particles another most or the most recent particle that i know off that was discovered the alleged see is the higgs in. I think twenty twelve. So i would say the number of new particles that has discovered is one herreid. There's a broad range of some people say one that you've only had one hit wonder the alesi and some people of a certain number like maybe seven or a few couple had seven. I wonder where that number came on. No but i think if you just ask people to pick them between one and ten similar fifty percent of them seven so i think it's definitely by their. Yeah wow like. We have an internal guy. yeah exactly we are bad random number generators. But there's some fun answers here. Some people give the large collider credit for discovering the top corps that was actually discovered by the fermilab tevatron of the previous record holder. The highest energy collider in nineteen ninety-five. Right the other dealers exactly. And i do like the person who supports building a new bigger collider here in the united states. Thank you very much right to your congressperson or hey cut a check for twenty billion dollars tank could happen right like is no unlike basis. Suddenly instead of going to space to discover a new park goal they could totally make that happen While that's true. I never even thought about emailing. Jeff bezos and asking him to spend twenty billion dollars on a particle collider. But doing that just as soon as we're finished here probably just just pocket and pull out a chain but you're right. The larger point is that the only thing preventing us from building a bigger collider discovering more particles is money like we know how to do. It is just kind of expensive because you had to dig these big tunnels and pay for really fancy magnets. The bend the particles around in a circle but the only limitation is money which is understandable. These things are expensive. Sometimes it's frustrating though because it feels like we could just be buying knowledge about the universe like we just lay out some cash. Boom the universe will reveal some secrets to us. I think the question is. Why does the universe charged so much like. Why can't the universities gave us these things for free like. Is it trying to sell a caviar. It's maybe overpricing little three. Haven't like another universe. We can maybe get a competitive bid on and we should negotiate with the universe. I no. I think we treat these things with value because we pay more for them right like if you buy expensive shoes then you're gonna think they're better shoes. And so we think the higgs those on is super important because we spent so much on it. Each is admitted that you easing the caviar. Don't overvalue physics knowledge but you also talked on the podcast about physics discoveries made with very cheap materials like the whole two-dimensional material. That's something somebody's using. Literally scotch tape and a pencil so you can totally discover things using five dollars worth of materials. But something's do cost billions even price-gouging humanity. Best right we only spent ten bucks on collided. The rest were spending caviar and ballgowns and t shirts would see those printing on them. But i guess it does cost a lot of money. I know it's expensive. And maybe so maybe step is through this like what's going on at the see. How does it work and why does it requires so much infrastructure to make discoveries. Yeah so the basic idea. The large collider like the reason to the large collider is a window into the universe. The whole strategy for using it to discover new particles is to rely on einstein's famous equation e. equals m. c. Squared where e is energy and m. is mass and the goal is that we are looking for particles with a lot of mass particles that we see around us electronics and quirks. These are the lowest mass particles as we talked about before. they're the stable ones. It's like the bottom rung of a ladder. Everything sort of shakes down to the bottom rung on the ladder. The way like boulders tend to roll downhill and settle in the bottom of a valley. But we're interested in what the other rungs of the ladder are. Are there heavier particles out there. What are the heaviest particles and we are limited in seeing those by the energy we can use to create them so eagles. Mc squared means if you wanna create a particle with mass m. You need to put in as much energy as mc squared to create it. So what we do with. A large hadron collider smash particles together very low mass particles like protons with a huge amount of energy so we can turn that energy into the mass of some new kind of particle right. I guess what's interesting is that you're trying to make these particles that you're you're trying to discover particles that are out there and you're doing that by trying to make them like you're not like breaking things apart and seen what's there you really trying to create conditions where they pop out of the vacuum out of nothingness it's alchemy. We are turning one kind of matter like normal everyday. Protons into something new. He's not like we're taking the protons apart and looking for weird things in them. Sometimes these weird particles are called sub atomic. Which is a little confusing because it implies that they're like inside the atom but they're not you can smash protons together make something totally new which is not like a combination of the bits of the proton and the reason you can do that is that you turn the protons into pure energy and then back from energy into a new kind of mass. So as you say we're making something new so we're discovering it not in the sense that like it's sitting there waiting for us to find it it sitting there on the list of possibilities waiting for us to bring the ingredients which is energy around so that nature can make it for us right. Take your discovering it in the sense of like going to a new restaurant taking the menu and then like discovering new. That could be made for you. That's right we're like if we have enough money in our wallet than we can afford this really expensive caviar right and so we are pouring energy decline because it allows us to look deeper deeper onto nature's menu so we can see what particles be made. The amazing thing about the particle collider is that. It's quantum mechanical which means that when you smash these particles together. You don't know what's going to happen. You can predict the kinds of things that might happen but for giving collision. You have no idea what might happen. Is like a list of possibilities. The cool thing though is that if you do it often enough eventually you'll see everything on that list of possibilities so you're exploring this menu of possibilities what nature might do just by doing the fain collision over and over and over again right. I did that sometimes. I just go to a restaurant. And i ordered randomly from their many over and over and over and over and eventually you try on the menu and also. That's exactly what we're doing here. We're just going to the restaurant with our eyes closed putting her fingers in the menu. And that's our strategy for ordering everything you're going to the cosmic diner and just putting your finger anywhere on it. We knew what was on the list already. We look for more intelligently you know we could design experiments they put in exactly the right amount of energy to make that particle we know is already there. We can do that kind of thing. But if you don't know what is there then you have to sort of poke around blindly hoping something new appears when you put your finger on it hoping to get a good all right. Well let's get into how you actually see sparkles at the large hadron collider and let's get into what other particles they have found but first let's take a quick break. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accepted. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. 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Bonus miles and a fifty dollars statement credit after qualifying purchases. Book me a one way ticket to a beach chair please. If you're looking to get closer to that next getaway head to city dot com slash mile today to apply for the american airlines advantage mile up card that city dot com slash m. i l. e. Up we're talking about. What else has a large hadron collider. llc discover and daniel technically this is not a sponsor podcast episode right. We're not being paid by the here. I'm not a shield for big science. I am but i'm not getting paid to do well. Technically you're paying the to your work right. That's how it works. The collaboration and scientists have to like pay into it to use facility and to get access to the data. Yeah i'm not paying personally out of like my kids. Piggy-bank we're using government research funds and so it's the us government just like it's the german government and the italian government and the british government. All these governments are paying to support his international facility for scientists to us and so in the end. It's all of us all taxpayer. Money's though it's me and you and everybody down the street chipping in a few cents so we can learn something new about the universe right well and then technically basis is chickening more than we are so i think he pays zero taxes. Actually you're paying more than he is. I think he pays for anybody's idea. I think he's paying more taxes than i ever will. But we're talking about How the works and so you slash all known particles like protons together and out of that ball of energy that gets made in that collision new things. Come out and you're doing that over and over and over trying to find what else the universe can make and what else will pop out as right. We sift through all these collisions looking for something new something. That's not what we've seen before. We're very familiar with the old particles we've been doing this for decades. As we're looking for is an anomaly. Something surprising something. Different a new kind of thing. That hasn't been seen before right. Would you be surprised if like a cow like appeared out of your liar. We often use the example of pink. Elephants like return. Turn on what's come out. It could be pink elephants. It could be the higgs bows on. It could be nothing. You really don't know you've thought about this large mammal appearance just in case and of course you know you have to balance the charge and so you would have a pink elephant in an anti pink. Elephant created together. Ooh like a great elephant would be the opposite of pink l. a. a gray mammoth. Maybe i dunno. Maybe blue ant a blue and ian. We'll have to develop a mammoth collider to investigate that. One they touch each other. It's bad news. It's bad news to then new collide these and every once in a while new particles come out but they don't last very long right. You're looking for things that don't just pop out and sit there on your counter the disappear or changing to other things quickly. that's right. We are creating high energy density. Were pushing things up the ladder and the exists very briefly and they fall apart back into low mass stable particles the kinds of things that you and i are made out of and you know this is just what the universe does you gather bench energy together. It likes to spread it out so we create these new heavy particles top cork or a higgs boson. They last in that state we know they exist. But they're only there for like ten minus twenty seconds. It's like the briefest moment in the sun before the decay back into lighter stuff bryan because often you don't even detect particles you're looking for like the higgs bulletin and he had a detector that detected the hicks bows on. It's like you detect the things that the higgs bows on the case into then you piece it back like oh this must have been the hicks. Bassem that existed there in the middle for ten to the minus. Twenty seconds bathrobe technically. We've never seen a higgs bozen. i mean they. Last so briefly we have no detector capable of seeing it directly. All we can do is see what it turns into as you say. It's like coming to a street corner and seeing the remnants of a car accident and figuring out what must have happened but not actually seeing the collision itself as in the case of the hague's bows on. For example the higgs likes to turn into a pair of photons or a pair of bottom corks and those photons bottom corks have particular configurations and energy to tell us that they must have come from a higgs on so we can actually be sure for any given collision what it came from but we can make statistical arguments say all this one is more likely to be from higgs than from something else that would also give you the same sort of signature in our detectors and so that's what you do. You're colliding protons hoping to get new particles and to the question we started off with what has the nace discovered in those collisions. Now we know the big one was the his bozon which was discovered almost ten years ago. So tell us about that discovery and like sort of lid. The specifics of how it was well. Yes so the heat goes on is something we suspected was there. We looked at the patterns of all the particles we said. These just doesn't make sense. And a guy named peter higgs realized that it would make much more sense like it. Mathematically clicked together beautifully if there was another particle. Like if you have a jigsaw puzzle and there's a piece missing you look at it. You can see the shape you're like there must be one. Is you under under the table looking for that particular piece. It's much easier to find peace if you know what you're looking for and you suspect that exists so we already had the idea that the bows on might exist and how it would be created and what it would look like in our detector and we have a whole podcast episode about the journey to find the higgs so long saga lots of drama. Lots of politics but we ended up finding it. The large hadron collider in exactly that way that we talked about turns into two photons so the higgs bows on. Is this little particle. Decays in this complicated way that ends up giving two photons one in one direction and one in the other direction and we surround these collisions with all sorts of layers of detectors. Tell us what came out of those collisions. So we saw a lot of these events with two photons one foot on one way and the other photon going the other direction. When you add up their energy energy those two photons it comes up to a certain number. And that's the mass of the higgs bozen. And so we saw a lot of these particular kinds of collisions that led to this pattern of photons at all added up to the same number for the mass of the higgs and we thought that must be it right. It's like you saw the footprint of the higgs boson in these two photons right yeah exactly. We can't see the higgs itself breaks. I think that's one thing that's interesting about. This is that kind of have to have an idea of what you're looking for right. You can just turn this on and then see what happens because there's so much stuff coming out and it's all probabilistic so you kind of need to know what you're looking for you need to know about what size of footprint you're looking for or why would the footprint look like sort of in other to actually discover these footprints. You just put your finger on a really interesting of hotheaded debate in the field right now like a lot of people think that you're right the you need to know what you're looking for because these signals are subtle and you can't see things directly so you need to know how to look for things to anticipate them and discover them and that's probably true for really subtle signals like the higgs bows on. If we didn't know to look for the he goes on. We might not have seen it because in the end the signal is kind of subtle exactly little bump his other ways to make the same signature that we see for the higgs but other people i e me and some folks i work with think it might be possible to discover something. We don't anticipate that. Not knowing without their doesn't mean that we can't see it. We need to be sort of more clever about how to look for things to be ready for surprises. But we think that using some new techniques from like machine learning and anomaly detection it might be possible to figure out if there's something new in our data even if we don't know exactly what to look for but you're right it's more difficult and they would need to be a more obvious signal. But guess what. I mean as you sort of need to know even for something where you're detecting anomalies. You need to know what's hormonal so that you can tell. What's an anomaly. These need to have sort of an idea of what you might discover or at least it have like a good picture and then you can tell if something is off of that or different than that. Yes it's all about understanding with the current theory predicts so we can find deviations from it. And that's what was exciting for example about those g minus two experiments. That recently done at fermilab is had a really detailed prediction for what they expected to see you in the mu on wobbled around in a circle and then they saw something different than what it is. And they don't need to know what it is but they know they see something different which requires some new kind of particle. So that's an example of how you might see that there is something out there new to discover without knowing exactly what it is seeing a deviation from what you expect and so that was the higgs bows on. That was a huge deal on while ago and because it is such a fundamental particle in our model of particle physics right like it's the particle that sort of explains the masses of the particles. And it's sort of in a way the whole universe together. Yeah absolutely even more deeply important than that. It completes his longer project bringing together electricity and magnetism and the weak force. James maxwell unified electricity and magnetism. More than one hundred years ago. And then in the sixties somebody else brought together the weak force into a single force the electro weak force and it's all beautiful mathematical but didn't really work because it was missing a piece higgs bows on. Was that piece. So finding that tells us not just how particles get their math but also that the weak force and electromagnetism are just two sides of the same coin. It's really a incredible triumph. That's like over a hundred years of theoretical progress. Yeah it's pretty good. That's what i told the higgs all the time. I tell you complete me. So that's maybe the last fundamental particle that humans have discovered right. I don't think we've found other fundamental particles in there or at at the large hadron collider or anywhere right and we have been looking. We have been looking and we had high hopes. But you're right we haven't found anything else you know. When we turned on the large hadron collider we were able to explore new energy. Ranges like the previous collider went up to two trillion electron-volts. That's like two thousand times. The energy inside the mass of proton and the large. Hey john collider goes up to fourteen tara electron-volts so like it's seven times as much energy as the old collider and that means it's like seven times the territory seven times the new menus going and out and you get like the secret secret secret secret menu. That's really exciting. From like an exploration point of view it's like simultaneously landing on seven new earth like planets and seeing if there's life on there's a huge territory that's that nobody explored before so the possibilities were huge. We could have seen nothing could be. There's just nothing there because the only the higgs bows on or we could have seen like a crazy number of particles fly out of the machine. Probably not pink elephants but the possibility was that we could have seen dozens of new particles that would tell us all sorts of crazy stories about the universe. unfortunately we didn't always saw in terms of fundamental particles was the higgs bows on. It's almost like you've got a bigger table in a way not just adds to the bigger many. But it's like you got a bigger table and you told the universe all right you know surprise me and it just kinda brought more of the same thing we went to the all you can eat buffet and it just kept serving mac and cheese even get a higgs animal style you know. Maybe we made a mistake. We filled on bread or something. I don't know what the problem was. But we were hoping to find gravitons. There's no secret seed who crab buffet table in the bathroom. Thing if it is. It's still a secret because we haven't found it. We had lots of ideas. Also what we might have seen. You know we might have seen gravitons. We don't understand how gravity works is a quantum theory in some people. Think that every time you feel gravity. It's because you're passing little quantum particles back and forth called gravitons. And if that is true there was a chance we could have seen those. They'll eat c. And we looked for them but didn't see them and there are lots of other really fun. Theory super symmetry and heavier corks and all sorts of weird new left leptons. There's no shortage of ideas coming from the theoretical community about what we might have seen but of course we didn't see any of those either right you had to do ideas about how the universe might work. You know given all the theory and so you needed some experimental confirmation to make those theories can solid right like to show that super symmetry was right or gravitational physics was right you needed to find sort of weird new particles in in that space that we're looking for but you didn't but we didn't is just like with the higgs bows on these things. Come from theoretical motivation. People looking at the theory and saying you know this would make more sense. We changed it in this way. Or we added this piece and then experimentalist go out and look for and say well is it. There is your idea corresponding to the real structures of the universe or is it just sort of like a nice pretty bit of math in your head because there's an important difference right we're not just interested in exploring the insides of our head. We wanna know where the structures of the actual universe are to do that. Need to do these experiments but our job is not just to go off and check the box on theoretical ideas. I think we're also capable of discovering unanticipated stuff of finding weird new stuff out there that know theorist has predicted that nobody anticipated that blows up all of our ideas about the universe. That hasn't happened either. But i hold out hope. Yeah you always talked about scenario where you do an experiment that you look at the data and then you see something in your leg who ordered that like which many that one come from. Yes and that's happened in history right like who ordered. That is a literal thing. Somebody said when they saw that the on had been discovered because nobody expected them. You on to be there. It's not something we thought might be on. The menu is just something that god delivered. And we're like I didn't order. This is just sitting here in front of me until i fantasize about that. You know sort of a scientific way like no my dream scenario is finding something weird that everybody scratches their head over. Because you and i talk about on the podcast all the time how we know there are basic things about the universe. We don't understand and what we need is a clue something that points us in the right direction to think about new ideas and so it totally weird new anticipated discovery would be a great clue in that direction cool. Well we are standing by for you to discover a new fundamental particles or to confirm fundamental new theories. But in the meantime the lic has been busy the it has made a lot of discoveries. And maybe it's found more parcels in most people. think so. let's get into that but first let's take another quick break looking for guidance and variety from world class experts in your fitness and wellness journey. Find it with active the fitness app. That's right for you and your lifestyle. No matter where you are in your fitness journey. 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For prospectus containing this information redick carefully before investing invesco distributors inc. We're talking about the llc and ordering off of the universe menu at the what the cosmic diner. I think that is an actual diner. Probably somewhere in america. They probably don't serve caviar though. They sell higgs bozon animals so we made the the big bows on discovery. And we don't have any sort of thing that fundamental yet since then but the nec has been busy discovering more particles right actually a surprisingly law number of new particles. Mets right the higgs bows on is like the glamour front person of the particle discoveries. But we've been hard at work and we found all sorts of crazy stuff out there they. You probably haven't even heard of unless you would listen to his podcast right. that's right. We have talked about a couple of these discoveries on the podcast and so those who follow it might not be surprised but honestly i was even surprised when i counted up all discoveries. The number sort of shocked me. How many particles has the fifty-nine more particles than just the higgs bows on low fifty nine fifty nine. It's a lot of particles. There are that many particles there. Aren't that many particles exactly because there's other ways to discover particles than finding new fundamental particles. We can find new ways to put the old particles together. Oh i see. These are not like fundamental like building blocks of the universe. We think but just sort of like when you range particles in a different way. They sort of become new particles right. They act like kind of article exactly like the proton is not a fundamental particle right. It's made out of quirks. He put to up corks down cork together and you get a proton and that's really interesting. Amazing the fact that it even works is something. We don't fully understand because it involves is very complex and very powerful force called the strong nuclear force in a corks. Have these weird things called colors and they exchange glue on's back and forth. It's an a crazy system. And so one thing we can do with the large john. Collider's figure out like are there other ways to combine quirks to make new kinds of particles. Can we shake corks together and build out new things. Like new kinds of protons. Maybe eight basically is what you're making the new kinds of protons because when the collisions happened remember where colliding protons and protons the large collider but again. Protons are not fundamental particles. So what actually happens when these protons come near each other is not the like one proton smashes into another one and they totally annihilate when you're at that energy the fact that these quirks are bound together into a proton sort of irrelevant because the corks have so much more energy individually than the bonds between them. So sort of like what you're doing. He shouldn't get like a triple beam of cork in one direction. And a triple beam of course in the other direction. So then what happens. When they collide. Is that the corks. Themselves are interacting. Now you have six quirks you can mix match and you can make all sorts of weird crazy stuff and because there's so much energy there you can even pop new corks out of the vacuum and make all sorts of new weird combinations and these combinations that really tell you or led you explore or know more about the basic particles right and how they're put together because it they all said a tell depend on the rules of court gloves exactly and we are trying to understand those rules. We wanna know how quirks push against each other. How glue on poll on each other. And then it's very difficult to grapple with this whole field of the strong. Nuclear force is very difficult because the force is so strong and so it's very hard to do calculations because things get out of hand very quickly one reason is that the strong force is weird. Really super interesting way. If you take two quirks and you start to pull them apart. You might expect that the strong force would get weaker as they get further apart from each other. That's the case with gravity right like as you get further from earth you gravity gets weaker. That's the case with electricity. like take two electrons. They will repel each other but as you move them further apart they start to repel each other. Less and less. The opposite is true with corks as you move them. Further apart if force between them get stronger and stronger. And that's what makes it really hard to do these calculations because you can almost never like neglect another particle in the case of gravity and electromagnetism. You can make lots of simplifying assumptions because as things get far away you can basically ignore them. You can never do that with the strong forces things get further away. They become more important and so these calculations are a big mess. They're really really hard to do. So as you say by understanding how these particles are fitting together. We're trying to understand what the rules are. And how they fit together not something. We still understand right. I think maybe something that people haven't thought about is that corks can combine in ways that are other than the proton right. Isn't that a little weird to think about. The course could make protons the which make up you and me and part of what makes you and me but it can also kind of fit together in different ways. It is cool but it's sort of the beauty of the universe and we see that same sort of thing happening in other places like the fact that you can take protons and neutrons and electrons and you can fit them together to make helium or calcium or neon or uranium. Those elements are also totally different. But they're made of the same building blocks so there's something really deep about the fact that the same building blocks can be arranged to make completely different things with totally different properties and so the same is true with his deeper level that you can take corks you can put them together and make a proton or neutron or you can do all sorts of other things. Thank you combine just to quirks together. That's like a pie on is made out of just to quirks or a row maison made of just to quirks so these things are really like lagos. You can combine the to make all sorts of stuff things that we don't understand exactly how those rules work. So it's very hard to predict which combination of quirks fit together to make a nice particle and which combination of course aren't stable will fly apart instantaneously really can't predict that you have to kind of look for them in a way. 'cause you found at least fifty nine different ways in which courts can be put together. That's fifty nine new ways. I mean we have lots and lots of ways for cork's to fit together. There was this period in the early sixties called the particle zoo when people were building bigger and bigger collider's and finding new all the time you know the pie on the k. On all these particles these particles that gave us a clue about quirks in the first place. We discovered all these crazy particles. We didn't understand them. And then people understood. Oh all these weird. New particles are built out of the same building blocks. They're all just built out of these. Little lego pieces called quirks. And so as you say we still don't really quite understand how to predict what else the corks can do. So it's very interesting to find those to go out and actually look for them as the old look. This weird combination works. That weird combination works. So that's been a big industry. The large hadron collider is making new combination of cork's to help reveal how these particles do fit together. What the rules are. And i guess. Maybe what's also interesting. Is that these. New kinds of arrangements of chords are not common right like most of the corks together that we see our protons neutrons but these new kinds of other protons and arrangements. They're not calming and they don't last very long right. Yeah just like the higgs bows on and the top court. These things are not stable. They don't last for very long. they're a little bit more stable and depends exact details. Some of them might even last. You know like million or billionth of a second but you don't find them in nature you can't like go drill into the earth to find these things you have to create them in high energy density environments. You have to pour energy into one spot so the courts have enough energy to make these weird massive combinations and each of these tell you a little bit more about how quirks glunz can come together. Which tenet those you more about the rules of the universe all right so then maybe tell us also beside icies competent particles. What else has been discovered yet so. We haven't found more particles but what we have done our more detailed studies of the particles that we do know for example. We're really interesting questions like exactly. How much does the top corps quay like. The top cork is a weird quirk. It's just like the up cork except it's much much much more massive. It's super-duper massive. And we'd like to understand. Exactly how massive is it. It's exact mass controls a lot about how things work in particle physics. So one thing we're doing is measuring that very very precisely to see if the mask had has makes sense with some of our other calculations so that's an example of the kind of thing we do like a precision study of the particles. We do know so we can anticipate anything. Weird can look for deviations and anomalies like we were talking about earlier right because we have this model of the universe the standard model of stuff and matter. But you know we think it's kind of the right one but there might be others or we. We just wanna make douglas extra sure that it's the right model of the universe. Yeah i would actually say we're sure it's not the right model of the universe. I mean it works pretty well. It's kind of pretty but we know is not correct like there are things about which is can't be right and we're we're looking for are the cracks in it. Were looking for hints as to the deeper more fundamental. More true model ends a one way to do that is to say well. I think there's a new particle out there. Let's go look and find it another way to do that. Is to test the wazoo out of it and say like well. Let's really see if it's correct. Let's see if we can find some deviations so we have done stuff like that. And you know at the large hadron collider. We talked about the podcast once. They found this weird particle that uses penguin diagrams and decays really strangely sometimes decays tomb. Yuan's more often than it decays to electrons which is not what we expected. And that's a sign that maybe there's some new heavy particle very briefly appearing in messing things up. Though that's the kind of thing we can do. Instead of looking directly from new heavy particles created the collider. We're looking for like they're subtle influence on the particles that we do know by looking at those cracks. He might look into cracks and find new particles. There right exactly and the kind of thing that i'm excited about as you said very intelligent earlier if you wanna find something new that you don't expect you need to understand what you do expect very very well. And so that's basically what we're doing is fleshing out exactly what we expect in double checking that we're seeing what we expect. I'm always hoping that we don't see what we expect. We see something weird new in the data that we can't explain with our current theory so far not yet not yet but maybe in the future so maybe tells. Now what can we expect in the future from the la. See and i think part of it is that maybe changing the name due to an upgrade right. Yeah we'll we are going to be running the elliott. See for another ten years. You know you pour billions of dollars into this machine. You want to get everything you can out of it. So we'll be running the large collider for at least another ten years and we'll be looking for these really subtle hints like the longer you run your collisions. The more you can see really really rare things or the more you can see very small deviations from what you expected lesions might be nice clues point as in the right direction. So we're going to be doing this for another ten years or so. Really checking out. All the details likely will also discover a bunch more of these new combinations of quirks waste. Put them together to make weird stuff they give us an idea for how coaxing lonzo work together and it's possible that we could discover some new fundamental particle some gravitons or some proof of super symmetry. Think the chances of that really get less and less likely the longer we go on without having seen it because one thing we can't do with the large hadron collider is increased the energy the energy is fixed by the size of the tunnel and the strength the magnets so we can run for a long time. But we can't like boosted up to any higher energy and that's really what we would need to find a new fundamental particle new really heavy new kind of particle. But if you do find one another one then that makes it the two fundamental particles for the price of wine and that have your per particle cost making it more of a deal. That's right exactly and we would love to deliver that deal for taxpayers around the world and you talked about changing the name. We are actually talking about new versions of the large hadron collider and so for example. People are talking about the v. l. h. Seeing the very large hadron collider which really is a thing. But we don't know if that's going to be built there where it would be built. It's going to cost a lot of money. And so there's a lot of politics involved and figuring out who's going to pay for that thing exactly where to put it right. I think you had a better name for it earlier. You should call it. The test was out of it. Particle collider that's the informal working name on all the documents. Internally yeah they knew particles wazoo particle zoo all right. Well i think and we'll stay tuned to see what else you discover in the next ten years and i think it was something that a lot of listeners might not know which is pretty cool that you can actually go to see you know once things open up hopefully after this pandemic and you can actually go there and they'll give you a tour of the facilities and you can go to their gift shop and look around and see scientists at work in eating the cafeteria you can buy yourself a higgs goes on and it's less than ten billion dollars these caviar there too and here no caviar but yes. T shirts weight is in switzerland. So they might have. I think a lot. Caviar eaten in switzerland. Not that much at turn. Chocolate and coffee but you can't come and visit. There's a really nice science center so come check it out into beautiful spot. It's also nestled between two sets of mountains in this field of sunflowers. Or if you like skiing right next to the alps so it's gorgeous spot if you have the opportunity to visit i totally encourage you. And we were not at all sponsored by switzerland or the large hadron collider just by listeners. Like you who in the end are the ones footing the bill for this whole endeavor. Thank you very much everyone for paying your taxes. Thank you jeff basis. All right well. That's pretty cool so stay tuned and we enjoyed. Thanks for joining us next time. Thanks for listening and remember. Daniel jorges blamed. The universe is a production iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen into your favorite ships. We talk a lot about the excitement of making new scientific discoveries but we couldn't make those discoveries without scientific data and the network you used to capture store transmit. The data can make the difference between learning a deep secret about the origins of the universe or not. 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What the F**k did we watch?!

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And Obviously, we'll have the last night, you know, everybody's talking about it and basically really your thoughts were on the what was that klusterfuk that we witnessed last name is presidential debate. And then the bear said the shitshow I heard yeah, it was crazy because when you said don't like shit you and I'm thinking like hold on Dana bash's on C ROM and when they can say that she don't see you then they can say shit or CNN or even say that she was like, I'm on National T. And I know I shouldn't be saying this but it was a shitshow. Yeah, because I was like yo and I finally saw a clip on YouTube CNN on YouTube and I saw the Clermont Yoshi just came out and just said straight said shitshow. I'm like damn and then for Van Jones, I walk back and watch his heated said three things the president denies white supremacy the person, you know, he was basically saying Donald Trump the president United States the commander-in-chief did not dead. And as I broke down to my wife, I broke it down to as why he said that cuz the almost caught him after trying to try to be home, but him as a person. Donald Trump. Yeah. him as the leader of the Free World the president him as the commander-in-chief the leader of the military. Yeah. Those are three different roles and he still stayed Pat and you still got people that want to follow him go and pack much drink his dirty ass bathwater. It's funny. I put it off. I put it on Facebook. Yo posted it. Basically just said look man this after seeing that you know, I was up last night we talk for a minute. I would you like we could with their house but they ain't kind of had to put Pockets the next night. I ain't tellin flew on everything. That's why we talking about, you know, that was like to get into this joint Thursday. We really don't get into this drink and we go hold back, you know, so he held back. So basically it's all wrong authentic where we talking about ourselves, you know, the we not having this shit, you know, we took don't know each other's thoughts. You know what I'm saying about what the situation transpired but like you said man I said that my post This is no more about politics. This isn't this isn't this isn't that anymore Joe Biden isn't on the ballot. This is this is us as an American people like this is suck it up. We are on the ballot, you know saying and we have to decide we our country and I told my I said on the post if you you know, if you get home you got three questions to ask yourself, you know, we our country that are we a country or decency? I will country that that's that is a democracy and all we our country needs a rule of law. If you say yes to any of those three things that the choice is clear. That's what you have to make this isn't about you know, people don't like Joe whatever whatever the case may be sleepy Joe flustered even. Keep telling people he's not flustered as a stuttering issue is a speech impediment. He just haven't for years, you know, I struggled with study and obvious, you know, if people would never dead If they listen, you don't have to take the time to speak sometimes and but the fact of the matter is it just showing The Situation off he he's unfit to be president of the United States of America. Clear-cut. I mean it just has know if he was a Democrat. I'd be saying the same shit about him. I sit sanctioned. That's what that's what I've been telling people. It's at this point. It's not about which side you're on. It's about I'm like you and I was telling somebody I said, it's not that we don't know who he is in the stuff. He'd be seeing his Twitter is enough. Yeah well for you to have the gall and gumption to be on National t g d f 0 bucks. Says a whole different thing about you as a person. Like, how could you sit down? And you see that gentleman? You see that man and you see what he's all about. He did not offer he is not running for re-election. You know what I'm saying? He is running just to keep power so he won't get his keep it as out of jail, you know, that's what I believe and he's so much more, you know what I'm saying? So he has such a propensity or desire to keep in power and that's the only reason why he doesn't give a fuck about anybody but Donald Trump, he left Iraq, even in his supporters. He doesn't care about you. He doesn't care about anybody but himself and you can pursue his political interests what helps him and his family. That's all that man cares about how long he going to jail his kids going to jail his his in-laws going to jail his wife don't legal. You don't fuk with them like bro like dead. It was exhausting. It was exhausted. It was an embarrassment to it was like what are we I said, I don't understand the point of having the other two they're going to have them but if this is the case and they did say the commission on debates they say they're going to do something to the rules to make sure that they're here by but I keep getting so mad when people keep saying well Joe buying they were too rude guy came up there last night. If anybody was watching that debate it was one person up there that had one objected down run objection. Excuse me, Donald Trump. Just wanted to burn the whole fucking thing down. That's how you want to do and you and you don't We're Men or just in in human human nature I'm at I'm going to keep turning the other cheek. Hello, man. You not going to keep coming at me and don't think I'm not going to clap back. Oh man. I'm like, I would have thought less of Joe Biden if he did not clap back. Try Jesus. Don't try me. Try me. You know what I'm saying? Like God like you say the they said the numbers was Trump interrupted the moderator and Joe Biden over a hundred twenty times and perhaps you just we'll just straight-up strong man bitterly angry. If you know what it was almost like he was sitting there and he was like man, this is some bullshit Putin ain't gotta go through none of this shit off and got a good to know elections. He got killed, you know debates. He just stays president. Why can I not just a president like dead motherfuker? Do you know that's that's what he wants. That's what that is dead. What's is the staying power to continue to stay and be able to benefit him and stay out of jail? He had the nerve become a biting don't use the word smart with him. He's not smart. He's dumb as hell because if you did want to interrupt and you did want to keep this election it while you're interrupting give the people some substance and see the name itself. Yeah, no red acceptance, right and it was playing you said, it's a smart if I was buying out of been like, well, you tell me about smart. What about the kid that did your SATs according to your sister or somebody, you know talking to Marie trouble no record tape, but see he would Donald Trump that he projects on other people who he is. So he projects that other people but that's the very wage is of who he is. He Advocates other people doing it to him, but he's the one that projects himself on everybody and again, His lack of intelligence. Yeah, because he's not smart. He said when when when when Joe was like this is the man that was talking about putting bleach in Jacob leasing your arms and she comes back and says well, I was just talking sarcastically first of all you're lying cuz you wasn't upset. Yes, but second of all if you were talking sarcastically you're the president of the United States United States, how do you even let that come out your mouth? See? That's what I'm saying people people. This is so much bigger than politics man because this is about the office of President and is being you know completely, you know denigrated with just the disrespect or how he operates and how he runs office. I mean people to understand realize the rest of the world was watching it show on last night too. I mean, just seeing what we have got to to being what we were considered the strongest country in the world, but we have to stop laughing stuff we have this club. Old show of this president that that's like I said earlier he cares about nobody nobody but himself. exactly nobody but it's so very very narcissistic because people respect the presidency when they become president. Yeah, like you say this food has no respect for the title at all for the office at all. No respect for the office whatsoever. I you know, I do whatever I want to do cuz I got it I don't care who came before I don't care who's coming out. I'm doing it my way because it's all about me but you leave millions of people end up seeing like you can't be president of the United States. And like I said, I don't give a shit about Donald Trump took money from Russia. I don't give a shitt that he had borrowed money from borrowing money and having projects in Moscow. I don't give a fuk about Donald Trump the private citizen just that shit because that's all him but you cannot be president of the United States home and try to push they said he paid taxes, I think means of dollars in taxes to other countries. Not his own and I don't care what you accept a hundred and fifty dollars you're paying acting the day really the end of the day. It doesn't matter. He he pays $700. Okay, whatever how patriotic how patriotic is it that you given other countries your money, but you don't take care of your own self saying he want he want to be Patriot and talk about patriotic stuff and talk about the military bow. You stand for the flag and don't meal, but you'll send me your money elsewhere. This elsewhere the other countries, you know, four hundred million dollars in debt, according to the New York Times article. I mean just and he's the president of the United States and this is the gentleman who has all these scandals and situations. And once again, he is the president. I don't care if Donald Trump a private citizen has his ship going on that's his fucking busy. But the fact that whole being the president of the United States of America and this is how he's acting this is what he does all the scandals all the the complete corruption. It's just it's just absolutely like you said, it's it's just exhausting and instead of this dude has got to get up out of him and he cannot be president all he's worth it. It's like it was just like Are we really in like it was like is this really reality that you're watching this and he just goes on and on and on and she doesn't shut up like really but then when you do speak when he does speak he lies just you know, straight up straight up. I thought showed up you lie. Everything is about you you falsify so much like who wants to follow that but you see that's the situation. That's why I keep saying and You can look at that and say this is for this man is our leader. He is fit you you can't look at that and say that there's only one reason most people predominantly Christian to vote for Donald Trump because he represents something more than who he is. He represents an idea of white supremacy and idea of of them being the superior race. And so if you have some and even and also even evangelicals evangelicals too as well. It's so funny while evangelicals. It's like they keep saying, you know, even thought we talking white folks. I know I'm just going to be clear when you said I'm going to be clear for the people talk about white folks white evangelicals and how they took a line up with them too because they think he's doing the Lord's work in terms of people keep saying well, it's about Jesus they get Jesus ain't on the ballot and how where does the white dog? Jellico you going to make a deal with the devil in order to try to promote Jesus? Do you want to play in that shit that gets me because it's the exact same plaguing shit that they did in slavery when they you know, they brought the Bible in the play better familiar Master out of here with that. It's 20 20 man wage is what they're trying to do white evangelicals. They don't understand that. It's not about a relationship. It's about an agenda that they want to push and they want to push out other people and fact of the matter is like I said abortion they want to overturn Roe versus Wade, they want to make abortions illegal. I am I one that I've always said I'm not one who supports abortion but at the same time I support the A Woman's outfit off right to choose, you know saying what is she wants to do the greatest? Yeah. God gave was the ability to choose. Yeah free will. Free wheel everybody everybody you right? You know what? That's all right, bro. That is so right. No for Trump. Trump play this up yesterday. Yeah because God Like you say it's about the agenda. It's about who he is and if if people watching yesterday. Didn't already know who he was. They should have known yesterday. Not only did he not denounce white supremacy. He would paint the picture in a loaded answer when I asked him about the cultural sensitivity training in this food says, I stopped the trainers in the government because they were promoting racism because they were teaching people to hate their country get Rachel SS Rachel racially insensitive and sensitivity training and corporate companies is racist wage, you know, because they're teaching you to hate your country. I said the best food that's really say that he he did because if if they're not teaching called race racial sensitivity, Basically, this is how we all get along. We have to accept this person also that they said that person and you find that racist in there and you think that because they're doing that that way if teaching people to hate their country. Oh, okay. Well, you're proven what the fuck the countries being built on. Yeah you proven. Thank you for proving what the countries being built on Choice again. The country has been back out keep saying man, they cannot and and people who like I said Trump represents a simple. They cannot see a world of truly quavo what everybody's on equal footing where there's no, you know white privileges. There's no advantages. There's no they can't see it because they've never had any success outside of China dominate another race because we were hope this country was built off of black bodies. Everything was Ben of immigrants and them having a situation of power. They they cannot see themselves in a world where birth A superior because they didn't create anything. They you know, they haven't been the ones that a lot of the old a lot of the inventions and stuff that happened over the years all these situations. They don't have never been that Innovative. So it was like, how could we could still control everything? Okay, let's grab it and slave them and let's make let's make it on 3/8 of a man. Let's let's give them rights, you know, there's also but let's have sex with their women and have and have children. Let's let's get let's kill let's do whatever we have to do to continue to communicate less humiliating them by raping no more putting them in front of their families and making them show that they're less than like all that shit. All right, Charlemagne said a good on his podcast. Yeah, and I posted it on my Instagram CEO underscore the underscore CEO. When he was talking about boating Charlemagne was like it's not about Republican or Democrat at this point. Like you said, we were on the ballot you gotta you gotta vote for what you feel is right for Charles say it would never go back to normal because We know what white supremacist think and now they do know what we think. Yeah, so they know they know putting no more shades on and trying to filter out. What's what am I know you and you know me. So what we going to do where we go and like, you know, he call him, you know calling for poll Watchers and staging back and stand by and you got the the proud boys that you know, right, you know, all right, right nationalist group, you know, when the gavel eyes and celebrating the fact that he said that as of language like that when he said he put it on patches. I mean once Market on his breath rallying cry just like just like it took a one of my buddies that I used to work with. We used talking on Facebook and I was like when Trump was talking about Law and Order and I was like, he that's a deflection. He didn't want to ask a question and my boy was like, oh he answered the question. He was like Law and Order me. Keep a wrestling dark people. That's when he keeps saying they're going to she's going to destroy the suburbs. What do you he's your friend. He's going to church with the suburbs. How's it going to destroy the suburb? What are you saying or don't black folks don't coming out and they're going to destroy yourself. But that's what they're going to do. They're going to come in and they going to take everything like why and why do people buy them why do people believe that everything he says that comes out of his mouth is a fucking live, but we know why they believe it. We know why they believe it but you know, what's crazy that you can figure this out of the dawn on me and I'm sure you'll possibly told you the same thing like, I mean, I never grew up I was never taught the girls would be no father. No your leader leader. You live that long. I have my own thought process in my own mind. So let's just stop night man. Like people really do follow this through like they do because I think they follow to the ends of the Earth because it's like I say, you know a 2016 nineteen. I was off somebody knows about this Trump was intriguing. He was the change candidate. He was somebody that nobody knew nothing about he kind of came from the swing. He was an orthodox and people get out of Chicago. But now you see this man's record. You see who he is. You see what he's about. You see what he represents what he stands for and for you to literally sit there and say you can vote for him. But call yourself somebody who believes in Racial equality who believes in the togetherness of the country you you can't do both. You cannot vote for Trump after the spectacle and also think that And say that you you see and you don't support that though, you know saying they like they connect they connect bro, but it's exactly you use the word represent and it's like game or getting married when that representative of that person leave and you see who the fuck they are for who they are. Yeah. Whoa, that's a whole different animal Clarity too broke for years later. Here. We are we are the representative is gone. He got the power to position. I can do what I want to do cuz I'm the president like she kept saying, you know, he kept saying cos, you know elections have consequences you Cam right there. Do you think I'm right they do so you you the you're the same result of that fucking consequence. In fact, he knows also making me laugh too. You know now, you know more Facebook. I posted several people one thing about me man, you know, we could talk log Back and forth we can debate we can you know swap ideas what your debate should be about like the debate last night. You should be two minutes on the rupted two minutes of the rupted. Then you talk or performed like your ideas cuz for undecided voters, that's the whole point of debates undecided voters, you know what I'm saying, you know saying for them to make a decision of what it is that they want to do a job. That's the whole point of you know, I'm saying but the fact of the matter is for some kind of reason, you know, I would I'm talking to people I don't mind, you know people who don't even agree with me. That's cool, but I don't get into the hyperbole of things and all these, you know conspiracy theories and you know the qanon thing what you're talking about the undercover cabal and you know, the pedophiles and the pedophile ring that's going on. That truck is the reason why the endpin being in the white house. He stopping it and Hillary Clinton's birth. Them be great babies and they eat children and all this crazy and then they keep and the funny thing that they you know, they keep bringing up Hillary and I keep telling myself. How long is Hillary Clinton running for president? It's 20 that was 2016 while they keep bringing her up while they keep talking about her his support him his supporters. He does it says if they keep playing the same old Playbook of that stupid same rhetoric that they throw out there and they keep talking about Hillary Clinton and Hillary Clinton impeached mind her damn business all she's doing a podcast bro. IHeartRadio. She just started yesterday. I think it's called like you and me both. I mean Hillary Clinton is doing the exact same fucking think we're doing right now. She's podcasting. She's like us podcast just broke, you know, you know, you know now she got you know, she got a little bit wage. She you know got a little bit more brand, you know, iHeartRadio, maybe bigger budget, you know I'm saying but at the same time, you know what she's doing the same thing we do it but they keep talking about her life. Like she's Irrelevant in this situation even today James Comey Lindsey Graham. He was the head of judicial committee. He did some bullshit. You should have saw this hearing with James calling me because this report that they're trying to talk about where they're Obama campaigns Obama not his campaign, but they spied on Trump campaign and everything all tape literally wasting taxpayers dollars for these reports that are not substantiated and having these hearings with James Comey in wasting his time. I mean, it was ridiculous birth. And what does any of them to do with you wanting another term against another candidate to go like what does any of Obama's dog? Just want a Mud Sling. He doesn't want to talk policy could at least you know, you do so much Lincoln and that's the thing like you say. Okay, if you want to talk policy talk policy. Like I don't even want to debate with people back and forth. It doesn't have any in our intellect about the situations at all. Yeah, you can go I can go back and forth with you when people all day long if we're having intelligent discussion and debate surrounding but when you just like like a dude was like, oh dude that was on the panel. They did a little panel in Ohio. He was like, I'm going to vote for Trump. Cuz I didn't like the way Joe Biden came back at Trump, so he rubbed me the wrong way. Okay. All right. What he's saying is I'm a white supremacist. The Trump is too. So therefore our support him care about time. We got a white supremacist impress em in his right place. That's why that's why you know at the end of the day you can not and I repeat you cannot see what you saw last night like you cannot vote for him and have a good conscious and tell yourself that you're doing it based on other reasons know you can't disconnect this man is unfit to be president of the United States of America. He is not fat he is not worthy. He is not capable. He cannot do the job. He said he does not care about doing the job. All he wants that's why it's not a it's not about talking about policy anyone discuss policy up there because he has no policy to discuss he wants to throw away the ACH Obamacare a hundred and forty million people were freaking pre-existing conditions. He wants to throw that shit away. Yep. Because of the fact that it was Obama's for four years. He is not gotten better since the first day. He entered office. This is Louis is who he is in his heart to get better when you're constantly on a golf course right off even after a couple of these past couple of months. I think when we think there was one day that we got to like a hundred thousand deaths he was on a golf course and then when he always says if it wasn't for what they did to make people want to die, that's not true situation that that's not what the case was. So you makes you saying the one thing you did with the travel ban has saved millions of lives. It did not save me that lives that's not the case because they even talked about the original strain really came from Europe when it came to America not China it came from Europe and there was no ban on your life was just a band a travel ban on China and on top of that. It was just for non-citizens only if you a non-citizen you couldn't come but if you were an American citizen, you can still come into America wage. And forty thousand people forty thousand people still got in after he did the travel ban. So therefore guess what it didn't work. Nobody else people do not see this as incompetent at all. Think the fact of the matter is I know why they don't see it. Oh, I don't know why they don't even you. You can't say you can't look at that age. You cannot look at that and then say, What what what good conscience? This man is somebody needs to lead this country. You just can't you know we go take a break, you know, go go on the other side. I want to talk about some some new sneakers came out today about Daniel Cameron what the granted grand jury report want to talk about that on the other side man. My man, Donnie she boil say they may reach out and cracking mistake. What's going on? The other side man is taking podcast. If you boil Satan email Beach app up with my man. Big D C. Chambers was amazing. What's happening, bro? Please remember to rate review And subscribe. We are everywhere. You can find a podcast if you want to be supportive wage. Well, you support the podcast as well correcting mistaken go to Anchor select subscribe support and they'll give you some ideas and not some ideas with some options would appreciate that as well. Like I said, we really excited about what this podcast is growing. So it's dope man, we do appreciate it will generate have the kickoff to kick off the job more. So it's a it's a Wednesday night here. It's always a good time, you know, so I'm looking forward to seeing my Lakers see if we can take the king, you know saying I'm thinking I was thinking about mine I was I respect the heat so I was like, well, I did I want to say he not hate my bad Lakers in five, but I'm like man they may get a chance to fix cuz I like the heat so I don't think I was thinking six. I'm thinking Lakers and 6 because they are the heat they are a good team and they plug well and they may have a couple of nights. We're off Bella by your loses his mind and they've won a couple games. So I'm going to say Lakers in six. You got Lakers or six. I got Lakers in six. You get and you got the Chiefs win the Super Bowl game? Oh, no doubt you go off of Mark Jackson and my man my man Pat a forgot y'all ranked. He'll number for the top 100. Oh, okay. He took that game person. He is ridiculous. I mean, he's he's somebody now, he's just a plain to me. He is just completely completely and totally dominate. I mean, he he reminds me of back of that. Will Aaron Rodgers. He's he's like Aaron Rodgers Super Saiyan, you know what I'm saying? Like, he's off the man threw a underhand softball pass for a touchdown is ridiculous, man. I mean, he just he reminds you Aaron Rodgers just superhuman like in Rogers off like this is the third year started in the air. I just sat for like three years before you even start so, you know, it's it's ridiculous what he's done this first two years Super Bowl MVP League MVP, I mean, It's incredible and he now he getting married. He having a baby on the way. I mean you just rocking right you got half a bill and half of Bill down for two people on Madden 20. Heroman 22 you going mad twenty they pull a moral man Twenty-One, but hey, I don't have one here. Nobody say Lamar and Patrick Mahomes and the same scenes cuz it's two level two different levels. You got a well see in the mall the way the the balls were as our billed. They're not built to come from behind, you know, they're built more like thirty and three-thirty and four or you know, they good to get a good yardage in the first two downs, but they started doing like thirty nine during fifteen during twelve stuff start getting different way you're starting wage and the ball has been junked and the Lakers the first out Daniel camera, what's up, man? So Steph Cameron, if you guys check out the podcast, you know are named the last week after I made the podcast last few steps with Cameron. So it looks as if well, not as if today believes that he looked for the extension that he's always had a pressure him to come out the grand jury part, but he said he needs an extension to get it for something that's been redacted or whatever keeps me being I think Angela Rye probably something on Instagram showing the what he presented and what's more case for the bullets that attacked not attack, but they hit other apartment building where he wasn't in case for Brianna Taylor. I'm like what and that's basically he didn't present a case for her for them to get charged for her murder. See that's what happened when you do selfish it. It was nice that real quick too, man. I see you when I say I see you. I see a lot of you white folks, you know, I'm saying because I don't take some Charles Barkley. Oh my God that dude Charles Barkley wage is not speak for the black community Charles Barkley speaks for himself. Charlie Brock has even said that his biggest decision that he has to make is what is he's going to stand with Four Seasons that he's going to Fifteen when he touches the town. You know what I'm saying? I hint and yet you heard what he said yesterday. Now, what are the other week makes you saying? You know that they shot first andrulla blah, you know and did this so-called ability to have and and all of a sudden people coming out saying all see we got listen to Charles more because his wife vote they can they got some black permission because I'm black man that says for shit about it all speak for me. He don't speak for us Charles Barkley speaks for himself, and he's always like I say, he's always had a good relationship with law enforcement and you know, he has some deep ties to him where the case may be. Whatever whatever, but I see you. I see you people. I white folk. I see you over here trying to think broadly can every time somebody black says something that that like the narrative that you like to hear. Not everybody gotta go support them or now. What we believe in or are reasons are now nullified become a black man that says something different and they feel that they got the black permission to say so bullshit man. It's complete and total bushing and Charles Barkley does not speak for the black community Charles Barkley speaks for himself, and that's what he needs to say cuz he doesn't speak for us. I think he would even tell you that he doesn't speak with us. And I'll be politically politically, correct. We know it's not all you white folks. We do know the okay. I'm sorry. You're right down. So I should have said oh so Thursday. It's no division here for our listeners. We love you know, if you love us we love you, but if you feel division blame it on your president. exactly blame it on your prayers and if you don't like the fact that I shouldn't you're right though. Let me take it back. I shouldn't speak in generalities. Oh you were okay, I'll just put you behind your back you have and I appreciate it cuz you didn't have my back and I did page generalities. It's not all white full but it's a lot of people who are of Caucasian who I see everybody gotta hit y'all here Charles Barkley last night or you here Charles Barkley. Thank you change channels or when they somebody has a comment that fits the narrative you get all the white folk comments. Thank you. Appreciate it greatly. Like if you keep saying that there is one thing we got the permission see they know they know killing the unarmed black people see what reality happened. It was just a tragedy because her boyfriend shouldn't shot in the first place know they should know nothing came in with plain clothes in the first place. And the reasons Daniel Steph Cameron has to backpedal now is because we not starving y'all thought we was going just stop on what he said now month. We not stopping the protest won't stop our voices won't stop being hurt. It's going to be a lot of backpedaling from a lot of people cuz when you do suckish it and people don't stop it's going to come to the song Disco come to the light and people gotta and I'm looking forward to next week. I believe we're going to have a guest on Thursday representative for Kentucky. I have to make sure I want to get her name correct here before I say wage I got be on my best behavior and I'm saying and Yeah for her representatives and at the Scott she is she is I know everything is addict. I just remember her last name, but she is a state representative from Turkey from an area. She was actually arrested. Out from from the other week from the after the jury hearing. She went out was arrested charger some stuff a lot of bogus stuff, but she is but come on and I shouldn't say next week. I'm sorry. Our life. I think I hope over sometimes so she's going to come on and tell ya man for this interview and it's called me to hearing what's going on a lot of stuff with Brianna's law. You're still pushing this still pushing that we gotta pushing that you can see clearly Daniel camera was up to some shit as anybody can see without a surprise to know that because like I said it, you know, you can't become governor in Kentucky. If you're trying to give you quality to black folks. You can't fit through the Bluegrass State. It's just I don't know man and and hearing that about him and you seeing it more stuff is going to come out but now obviously it looks as if the boss what he presented to the grand jury really wasn't a case for Brianna Taylor. It was a case for the police officers and the fire shooting discharging their weapons to other weapon to other apartment buildings wage. And that's just a damn shame. And once again, it shows why Justice needs to be half now, I don't know how it's going to be had. You know I'm saying in these terms cuz like after this happens how the hell do you expect any type of Justice? Like, how do you how do you see it? What happens we need to appeal. I don't know what we can do next. But I hope something comes out that shows that they deliberately deliberately put into the background in the China not paying any attention to it delivers. That's what I watch C because if that's the case, then you're going to start seeing the understanding the system that's in place and why it keeps us down the exactly Exactly why it keeps us down. And I get so funny that I want to and I said on the first half. It's just amazing how to fight to not give us equality. It's so it's so strong. They think about the fight to not give them now how do the right things that's wrong to the right to the kids. They don't know how to live in a world where they're not downloading. That's why even now where wage slavery is gone and all that shit is outlawed whatever the case maybe they still can't acknowledge and even say or say, you know what that happened. It's just it'll happen. Now it didn't happen to you that was years ago. And that's why they say this thing that they say that's why they try to always nullify it or play it down because they don't want to speak about it could also horrible time. I don't know man Savage is it just like the show told you about it? You still and check it out yet enslaved. I'm like man like they just keep same thing on the shoulders like These are there in want to the water looking for the boats that sank and everything and they're like we're on we're going on. We're on crime scenes. Yeah. All right there like this is the biggest crime in history. And when you think about slavery it is a crime. Yeah, and they did it for over two hundred and fifty years. Big about it and it was a bad time of my country and they don't want to speak nothing of it. I saw something today with James Baldwin. He was having a video. I was trying to put it on Instagram man, but it took it was over a minute. I ain't got to that point you in the Instagram. You don't have to do like too many videos on my feet. You gotta you gotta get your phone. So you have to follow your body correctly mistaken podcast. Yeah, like a real content. Well, I got real I shouldn't say no real content back and forth action all the content extra content on there, you know saying so Pac-Man look, Do fighting over man? You know what also the funny thing is. Unsolicited I'm going to go back real quick the trunk keep talking about unsolicited balance in in the water and lead people to understand. He well says unsolicited balance. He's lying. He he just speaking out of his ass because there's no such thing as an unsolicited buying ballot see what Trump is trying to act as if it's that because we took the election by mail that everybody's going to every every state election office is just going to send out random ballots. Everybody just send out random ballots to anybody and everybody and people ought to be voting and you send them back in like no, do you understand that you have to register to vote? You have to register in order to get a balance sent to your house. And even after you register wage, you have to request absentee ballot on all of this is malyn voting exactly and now they even gotten to the point they will mail you the bath. And then you can walk it in and drop it off. So saying he keeps saying eighty million dollars. They can't control they can't handle that who can't handle that the post office that you trying to strip down. I won't be able to handle it. They say the post office handles Thomas over a hundred and eighty 1 million pieces of mail a day and they can't do eighty million balance yesterday. Can you just want to delegitimize the election? 1810 Miami they kind of play today. They did they can't only makes my stomach hurt. He does he he makes my stomach hurt and that's why I always tell myself and the day it's like, how can you look at this, man? And so you know what, this is somebody I can follow if you believe in Racial equality, if you believe in the rule of law if it's decent person if you're a respectable person if you are both of those things, how can you vote for him before the evangelicals? You cannot believe in the word of God believing Donald Trump, you can't make deals with the devil to promote Jesus off just won't happen. It just won't happen. It's not going to occur. You can not do it. Who am I do too? It was exhausting it was exhausting is 23 or 10, Miami. It came out this thing gonna hey, bro. Thank Miami Grill. You got the Kia Jimmy Butler he greedy but see the thing, you know, it's always and she thinks it's Lakers and LeBron James and game ones. Yeah, you know, it's it's always kind of feeling out what we're going to see what's going on see what occurs with this team. Let's see. What and Coach Erik Spoelstra is a hell of a coach man. I Gotta Give it to spoke SPO is the definition of luck man. He told Patrick told him back in ninety. I think it was 961 when he started that fits pretty video choreographer video tornado coordinator garage right video coordinator in nineteen. Ninety one. I believe a 92 that's what you started down in the basement tapes now, he goes to his fifth final because Pat Riley said to stick with me boy I take you places. Stick with me and he is an outstanding coach outstanding and like I said when that that you know what I don't even think about that matchup. That's a that's an important match them to smoke Traverse. V Frankie. So secured his mind on his exhaustion. Let's talk some more so basketball. So do we give I'm going to Steve is a pass or what? No, I don't get Brad Stevens Pass. Well, I won't give him a pass. Obviously. I mean, I wouldn't fire him because I think they're closed because once again, they're back in the Eastern Conference Finals That Knocking on that door. I think Campbell didn't play well kept but that's the problem. Every superstar that comes to Boston does not play. Well, I read pretty well now he didn't play well off at Kimball declined and I think is he killed in play well and kept her and carried her is awful. It's it's a hell of a ball player, but he ain't no kind of read but like you said he didn't play well and he was that you know that big free-agent acquisition that came in, you know, and and a struggle Jayson Tatum, I mean I'm looking at the team. I'm trying to say what what they need to do. I mean maybe if they can get a point guard. I mean like a smart is decent. I don't know man. I mean cuz you can't really talk about Miami cuz they came out of nowhere just bubble effect itself into this bubble thing. But Miami was people was already talking about Miami as a dark horse though before the bubble. I heard that. Portable would like you know, I think the bubble just really showcased what Miami's about but people was already kind of like hey, you gotta watch out for Miami, especially with Jimmy going they're dead. They did say that because of the fact well in terms I didn't think I didn't hear nothing about them going to the finals. I heard about them being able to be a dark-horse one piece of way. Everybody thought it was one piece away. Oh snap Barack Obama. It's watching the game. Which just check and Robin Roberts and everybody watching James Worthy. I Olga's all who is he talking to rock Obama's living talking to somebody at the same time like watch to go off looking Kareem. You know, this is the file is now know so everybody coming out. Oh cuz I don't know what time we got left but about 10 minutes. That boy got Doc Rivers five, but this is one thing they'll really koala bear. Paul. George got him fireman. Well not think about it. I believe it was it was justified. I mean if you really think about it, it was justified. I've been there for seven years. That team he pulled together and remember to bring Paul George in they had to give the far away, but that's cuz that was kauai's request. Yeah, and he did and but also if you think about this is I think the third time Doc Rivers has you know, surrendered 3-1 leads and took that the team has never got out of the second round of the playoffs and he's had a lot of talent from Chris Paul to Blake Griffin DeAndre Jordan. He's had talented and I think I understand it. It's almost like maybe sometimes it runs its course and hopefully these to go somewhere else because I think he is going to be able to go somewhere else. I mean I right now he's talking to Philadelphia, but I say this so that so that's why I brought that up because I say the same thing about Brad Stevens, he's had hella Talent. He been there what five years now. Yes, you don't you you keep playing this thing with Gordon Hayward who hasn't been anything since he left, Utah. But I notice your boy because you have them at Butler like come on man. Brad you don't get no passes you you probably want to season a way to Brad. Well, yeah, obviously if they have another year where they get clothes and then a favorite and they don't get there something happens office Lee the once again, you know, they always say interim ever seen a long time ago. You're hired to be fired. So imagine, you know being fired it's going to it's going to come down the pipeline. I think what happened is after seven years. I think it would just you know, they didn't win and they had a lot of expectations for some kind of reason they did not show them and you know what it is. You can't get rid of the players. So if you can't get rid of the planes is what can you do I give it but how your players don't play? Cuz I get it, you're right. You're her some people had Hawaii as the best in the league. Then PG-13 ain't being nothing says he left Indiana off this morning to two points in the second half Kauai Atlantic choked. Is it was a joke and there's nothing more nothing less, but he choked they had leads out like what nineteen fifteen and twelve in those games. They lost all three of them. I mean, how did the hell do you do that and call yourself a great team and also like you said all the low managing and I guarantee they Montrezl Harrell, Lou Williams do the volt why you coming the plane and all of a sudden the first month of the Season you missing the first ten fucking games and looking like, you know, what it what are we doing here? I know they quietly has my trades are losing these punks over here. They probably was in locker room going out broke and they say in the Paul George. Was I guess he was speaking to them and the guys are like rolling her eyes and she said, oh man like this dude if he could dribble he had permission for everything. So all right, man after saying you give up all those draft picks. They don't have a first-round Pig vote like the 2024 they would all in and really definitely walk. You know, Kawhi Leonard and Paul George Jacob over leave after next year. They have doubts in their contract know, you know, it's even more are we think of if it doesn't succeed next year God cannot believe this would be one of the biggest blunders in NBA history and it will literally take the clippers, but I imagine that imagine next year they fall on their face and they all decided not leave. Imagine that they all decided to take off and just leave and then that experiment is done. Those is cooking the Lakers game now, they shoot you. They shoot like 11:00 from Sixteen from the field. They're shooting lights out. So you shoot like I mean, that's the thing that Lakers are like 5 for 12, they're like 10,000 of Sixteen or something and you know, when you're shooting like that and that high percentage that's how you are going to be hard to be right there. Anyway, CJ crowd and feeling they all fell in the right now. So yeah before Bush and please exercise that vote you going to vote cuz everybody pretty much got their mind that we did you vote for Trump you both abide or you ain't going to vote it all and I am cool with the voted off. So both exercise that right because if you don't ever had that right again, you're going to be crying. They took more rights away from me. Well, you didn't use them when you have and the only way they could take you off. From you is if you don't do not within the first place your vote go to you know, righty all my valid ready is one of my sponsors feel for this podcast. You hear them as well. But abdali redicalm people are looking for kind of understand the cannons in terms of who they are what they represent cuz really people to understand this is the presidential election. But also it's a lot more other other races in the ballot often down to vote for and local judges. Yeah all that. And if you don't know the background home, you would have to figure out these people who they represent. We don't people don't understand state and local government are the most important ones because they really affect you directly and when we see, you know County Commissioners and we see Mayors and we see, you know County Clerk's Europe's and things like that. Yeah. They have direct we don't pay any attention to it a lot of times, but they have direct Impact so valid ready going to let you help you, you know understand who these candidates are get yourself a better understanding of these candidates. So therefore giving you able to make a proper wage informed decision. Vote man, it's going to do so they do think we're always looking to see you next week piece night, man. Appreciate my brother D. You want me again for another midweek shop Obsession name? A lot to talk about God little light and they're talking about some basketball. Maybe that's what's going on right now lot of fucked-up things going on in this world man, but let's stick together off. Let's remember to vote that's come out in droves. They're already seeing that early voting has been historical historical fact that we have to make it where he can't contest anything because it's so overwhelmingly a landslide can't you can't if something that Landslide is nothing that you can do to people smoking if it's close you can kind of parse things. You got to figure out stuff and kind of see who wins the kind of question everything but when it is a landslide, And when the people have spoken in that you can do about that or you could do is take your ball and go home. and like I said, hopefully we understand now and we see three questions. If we're a country that believes in decency. If we're a country that believes in democracy and for a country that believes in the rule of law, if you say yes to those three things, there's no way you can vote Donald you can vote for that for Donald Trump for president. There's no way. There's no way that you can vote for him and see the character and Glory representing what he is. You just can't do it. This ain't about Joe Biden is being on the ballot we are. How do we want our country to look like to us and to also the rest of the world and get back to the Democratic Norms that we know this country stands on and not chaos and nonsense. Until next time love everybody hate no one. This is the correctly mistaken podcast now. I'm your boy your Jose be blessed with face off.

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Into Injustice for Breonna Taylor

Into America

34:13 min | 1 year ago

Into Injustice for Breonna Taylor

"Good afternoon. Thank you for joining us today. I know that many. In Louisville and across the Commonwealth. In country have been anxiously awaiting the completion of our investigation. into the death of Miss Riana. Taylor? Six months at the Briana Taylor was shot and killed by police in her Louisville apartment. Kentucky grand jury decided that none of the officers involved would be held responsible for death. On Wednesday Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced the grand jury decision to charge one former officer Brent Hankinson with first degree wants an endangerment. He's accused of firing into nearby apartments and endangering tillers neighbors. But Attorney General. Cameron. said the other two officers involved Johnson mattingly and miles cosgrove would not face any charges. According to Kentucky Law. Use of force by mattingly and Cosgrove, was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges. And Miss Brianna Taylor's death. Twenty six year old Briana Taylor was killed on March Thirteenth when officers from the Louisville Police Department burst into apartment with a battering ram during a botched drug raid. Policy announce themselves but according to her boyfriend they didn't So he fired a shot hitting officer in the leg. Then, officers returned fire and struck Taylor Multiple Times. Till his family had been hoping for a minimum charge of manslaughter. But Attorney General Cameron was a Republican and the states first black attorney general said, the outcome was appropriate. The decision before my office as the Special Prosecutor in this case was not to decide the loss of miss. Taylor's life was a tragedy. The answer to that question is unequivocally. Yes. In response, the city of Louisville rose up. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer had been bracing for this moment. When Tuesday a state of emergency was declared to prepare for potential unrest? Police barricades and the judge ordered federal courthouse closed this week in anticipation of a decision. On Wednesday, the mirror announced a nine pm curfew still protests spread through downtown Louisville, last night. In some moments, the scene turn violent to police. Officers were shot about one hundred people were arrested and protests spread throughout the country to to places like Denver, Portland, in Buffalo. Every single system that could have stood up for her every single one failed Brianna Taylor. I'm mainly in this is into America. Brianna Taylor has become face of National Movement for Racial Justice with their image racing the covers of Oh magazine and Vanity Fair today we're discussing the grand jury decision not to bring criminal charges Inner Death And asking whether justice for Briana is still possible. Louisville Activists Hannah Drake has been fighting for Briana Taylor for months as a speaker and author she helped elevate Brianna. Story on social media and she was part of an effort to push the city council to pass Brianna his law a ban on no knock warrants the Louisville Metro Police Department had received quarter approval for this type of warrant meaning. They can enter his apartment without warning the orders were later changed for police Twi, densify themselves now whether or not they did is part of what's been disputed in his case but I wanted to talk with Hannah about how she's doing right now and what it was like to hear the grand juries. Announcement. I was disgusted. I think inherently it as a black person in America. You understand how most of these? Things go when they're a police shooting, but it was still disgusting to hear this announcement. for people that have been protesting for over one hundred days. Out of the three officers while really four. If you count Joshua James who wrote the initial warrant only one of those officers was fired. So it was obvious if they haven't fired the other three, then they're certainly not going to charge. The other three with anything because they're still on the job Hankinson was the only one that was fired and I think he sensually many people even some officers could agree that this was a bad police officer. This wasn't his first incident. I. Think it was expected that it wouldn't be favourable but I think it's just another insult to injury for him to be charged want endangerment for firing into an upper apartment and not firing into the home of Brown Taylor. y'All have showed up and showed out pushing to elevate. Brianna. Taylor's name. But here we are, how's the city doing? I think the city is disappointed and angry but I I do believe this is also a city that is divided. This is a city that has been divided and Briana tailored just abate that even more evident but I think there are certain group of people certainly the protesters and others that are very disappointed in in what happened yesterday and it it just proves. That the road, we have to travel to even reach some a similar of. This is going to be a very, very long road I. Don't think that Sadie will ever be what it was before a Brianna. Taylor was murdered. I certainly am not the same person that I was several months ago. It has changed me as a person and sadly it has made me. You understand racism you understand little house very polite racism here. But this it's literally when I say city divided, they've put in a four lane highway caught the ninth street divide that divides the West End of Louisville from the rest of the city and the West End of Louisville is predominantly African. American. And so this city is divided. By physical barriers certainly divided by racism and it's going to take a lot. To bring the city together. So, Brianna Taylor was killed on march thirteen coinciding with the official start as we consider it of the lockdown right two days after the NBA, suspended season because the coronavirus. and I wonder you know from being there on the ground. You know what the response had been like right. What the reaction had been like because they hadn't really made national news it was in the news, but it hadn't become the say her name moment that it is today. What was that initial reaction response the? Reaction. Very. Silent. And I particularly do not let our leadership off the hook because it was Kovin or still it's Cova but because we were in the process of shutting down because as the leader, you're supposed to be able to handle. More than one thing at one time and when the police are involved in a shooting that it's important that we know that. But that's certainly wasn't how it was reported in my mind. There was this active cover up all. We were told in this news briefing was there was a shooting and there was an officer was shot in we hate when officers have to fire their weapons and there was there was someone that was killed in this shooting and then. As as more things came out just over a couple of days. It was the PD killed a black woman. My friend told me that and I repeat to me what you just said and he said the LAPD killed a black woman and so then I started looking into okay. What happened and started sharing this on twitter and facebook in trying to get attention around it, and it really just was not getting any attention at actually didn't get any attention until after the tragic of murder of George Floyd. Once. That happened with George Foy when he was murdered and then it was like the nation pause and start at looking then I believe a Brianna Taylor's. A case started picking up steam and and I. Said Brianna Taylor hat two things working against her she's black and she's a woman I think for far too long in in in this nation and this world black women have simply been disregarded. Black women have been the hell black women have been the cleanup women. Black women have been the person that's supposed to fix it. Black women are always seen and tagged as being the strong black woman, and so we're never allow to to cry or say this is hurting me or you have done something to me. That is an injustice were never given the opportunity to simply just be the victim and those two things working together will always be an uphill battle to get justice, and now we see even. Now, even with all the say her name efforts, she's still in the end it not get justice in little. You know Brianna Taylor was killing Kinda brings to the surface, a bunch of issues, systemic issues, policy issues in policing. Warrant. You have the way you know warrants are delivered and the way we police our communities. Where there are certain aspects of this case in particular that you think, reveal the holes and flaws in the system and the way black folks the police. I do I certainly thank even when we start with Brianna Taylor in the gentrification of this Elliott Street neighborhood where Jamarcus Glover, which is the person they were essentially looking for when they got these no knock warrants lived and constantly was getting told to leave this house and was told according to him. You can take your business elsewhere, but you can't be in the house, and so I went to that home and put a sign on the door that said a black woman was killed for this home because this unit was working with the city to remove people from. Elliot. Street. So when we think about that, we need to think about the gentrification that has happened in this community. We need to think about how the no knock warrant was signed five for sign and less than fifteen minutes digital even bother to read them the day judge Mary shawl signed that warrant Brianna Taylor didn't even know that she was a dead woman walking. and. From the top down, I think the leadership needs to change. And so now, of course, they've gotten rid of chief Conrad. Chiefs. Schroeder's here until he retires October the first. And now you vet Gentry who was a black woman will will be the police chief but I believe is just for six months and then they will see what happens as they do this a national search for a police, a police chief, and so now we have a black woman in that position and I still challenge her because even though you are a black woman, I understand that you are a police officer You've been a police officer at belief for twenty years, and so this is your family and so I I want to still hold her accountable but I think from the top down some of the leadership in Louisville certainly needs to change because they've just been floating. And comfortable. And I think it's time for many people in leadership here to be uncomfortable. so much of the contention around his case says focused on this issuing of a no knock warrant. So police go to his home kicking the door and serve this warrant. But police also say that later it was changed to a knocking amounts where they go to the house and announce themselves with all this back and forth neighbor saying you know Muslims they haven't heard they didn't hear police. Announced themselves. The police say they did what role does that play in all of this when I think about the no not warrant even to serve the war and I, believe it was after one am I think it? It's easy. We understand the police having a warrant to arrest somebody or warrant to search home, but you simply announce yourself and that would have avoided much of these problems. I think when people even listen to the nine one one call from Kenneth Walker which will soho breaking to me that he is screaming help. You can tell is screaming at Seoul loudly and I always wondered he's screaming for help and I wondered how he felt to realize that it was the police that killed Brianna Taylor while he's in his house screaming for help you hear him saying I don't know who came in to the house. Nine one one operator Harris whereas emergency. Somebody key in the door inside my girlfriend. Okay. Where are you located? Made Three Zero three seen field guy apartment four, three zero zero three Springfield drives apartment number four. So, I think people have to realize that this was a no knock warrant that Kenneth Walker, says, all they heard was banging at the door. This is a state as many states have the castle doctrine. If you enter someone's home, they do not know who you are. You have a a a reasonable time and thank to to defend yourself and your loved ones. This is what he was doing if the Castle doctrine is applied in Kentucky than it needs to apply to everyone. It needs to apply to all people to have the right to defend their homes. You can't have no warrants and the castle doctrine together because they're juxtapose because if you don't knock a you inter someone's home nine times out of ten, they're going to defend themselves. So Kentucky, at Least Louisville did made up its mind that these things don't go together and now we're trying to push brianna law to be statewide because, and this is what people need to understand even when we speak about race. When we started discussing Brianna law, it was not this is brown US law and this applies to black people. It was Brianna flaw to ban no knock warrants and it applies to everybody in Lovo because we don't want anybody to go through this again. and. What this world needs to understand is that when black people get justice everybody gets justice. After the break. Talk about how the news impact work and that of other activists had the city of Louisville, looks to move forward after the grand jury decision. Stick with us. Joy Reid I'm so excited to tell you about my new MSNBC show the readout every weeknight I'm talking with the biggest news makers about the most pressing issues of our time like Joe Biden the words of president matter and so as President United States. The first thing I'm GONNA do stand up and talk sense and be honest with the American people level with them Atlanta Mayor Keisha Land's bottom we need as many voices as we can have as possible. Sounded the alarm encouraging people to wear masks and to take all precautions to follow the science and the data Senator Kamla, Harris, we send folks into war wearing camouflage. So what is going on here when you said camouflage uniform officers into a city and many more, you can listen to the readout as podcast by searching for the readout that's R. E. I D. O. U. T. 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To hear people crying and people yelling. About how unfair this was but to look around and see so many. Black women just crying broke my heart. It was like we knew. That this city has once again thin, you do not matter here. There was an attorney there and they ask for the attorney come explain what he just said because I think for some people was truly just unbelievable that This officer will be charged for shooting into. An apartment upstairs from Brianna Taylor's, and then to hear the bond fifteen thousand dollars. It's just. Another insult after. After insult and the energy was so. Sad It was just like a real avation. Of the inevitable. Had, come over and then I think after that people got angry. And that's when we decided to march. I don't want the city to thank people were angry last night in. Okay. Let's have mint juleps now. People are angry. They're angry today they will protest today. They will be angry the next day they will protest the next day. This city is broken. And I don't think the leadership here understands the extent to which it is broken and needs healing. But before you have any type of healing, you have to have a realization. Admittance that we have done something wrong here, and for people to continue to say this is a tragedy it is a tragedy that somebody should have been held responsible for. So like yesterday when people ask me, what do we do and I use me? I'm forty four years old and at what point will I get a chance to just breathe. In this city will I get a chance to just be. Where I get a chance to be at my house in, it's okay at what point win is that going to come from? Another forty years, I may not have another forty years. When is that GONNA come from my daughter? Who Scared? When will that happen for my needs? Eight years old will she see it? because. I know I'm fighting for something clearly. Every single day that I will never see the fruits of ever. Want to dive back into the moment where attorney general. Dana Cameron announced the grand jury decision and Cameron is black. Attorney General. He's thirty four years old and he's Republican and I want to get your reaction to what he said. Criminal Law is not meant to respond to every sorrow and grief, and that is true here but my heart breaks. For the loss of Miss Taylor and I've said that repeatedly. My mother if something was to happen to me. Would find it very hard. And I've seen that pain. Is. Palmer space. I've seen them Hain in the community. Coming from this attorney general what was your reaction? Laughable. Here I. DON'T I don't buy anything that Daniel. Cameron says. I just don't. He's not someone that I voted for it. In fact, he's the one that actively worked against people voting for and let me tell you. Let me let me say this that was difficult. As a black woman. Because, I love my people and I WANNA stand with black people. It was difficult that this would be one of the first positions. One of the highest positions that a black person would be elected to in I cannot celebrate that. Because your policy. Against my very livelihood. That you stand with people such as Mitch. McConnell. This you're his protege. That are doing things to actively harm people that looked like me, and in fact, looked like you. And so to say. He would be upset or. I find that laughable. I do I. Think Daniel Camera held the city hostage for months. Held. At the motions hostage caused us a lot of trauma. Caused Brianna Taylor's mother yet war trauma. For her to travel all the way to Frankford. To hear that we will not be charging. Which your daughter's murder why even ask her to make the trip? Why Bother? Once, again, insult to injury. So I don't I think what he says laughable. You talk about this idea of what we've seen changing you and you moving through this space in this moment changing you however, you actually been changed and was there a moment when you realize that you would never be the same? I think probably bow after Brianna law passed and we were on the front steps of Metro Hall and people were celebrating and I was happy that Brianna Law passed in Louisville that answer no not warrant. So hopefully, we will never be here again because of the police entering someone's home and killing them. But in that moment, I started to cry because I, realized this came on the back of a deceased, a twenty six, zero black woman. I have a daughter at her name is Brianna. So this has been very difficult just even look at my daughter and see her and think this could have easily been my Brianna. Just how much of this case and the sense of grief and loss in all the work and feeling that you know there's a burden on your shoulders how much of all of this consuming your mental space, your emotional space, your well being how much of this kind of embodied you. Probably, a hundred percent of of who I am I eat eat sleep and drink it and I I dream about it but to hear my daughter. Very difficult. When I hear her she says I had a dream last night that I was in a traffic stop in the police killed me and so this is all consuming where you even dream about it it's not because It's all consuming because it's who you are. You're a black woman and there are many my daughter lives within their many times. I tell her I'm leaving our town a lot before cove it and I said, the gun is on the dressers anybody comes in the house. You know what to do you know these are the directions I've given her when I'm not in the house, and so it could have easily been my daughter and that's the problem that a lot of people don't see with Brianna Taylor and really and truly what black women black people in general but particularly black women she's just this thing that that happened to and yet it's tragic and they don't see that could be me. They don't see that there's something fundamentally wrong that you can be sleeping in bed one minute and dead the next minute. And they don't understand that because they never saw the humanity and Brianna Taylor they never see Brianna Taylor someone that could be their daughter. But when I look at Brianna Taylor I, see my daughter I see myself as a black woman and so it consumed me greatly and well continue to. What do you make of the kind of move occasion of Brianna Taylor obviously, we know to elevate the names of those were killed by police. Many. Have turned to social media and Hashtags. But there's also to me sometimes something that It's not let's say undermining or devaluing or commodifying of these victims, but I wanna hear from you what what do you make of it? I do agree with that and I've seen a lot of a means about a Brianna Taylor and I understand that in that moment many people think they may be helping but I think that it makes black woman looked like characters. I think it's okay for people to just say we want justice for Briana Taylor and say her name like that's okay to say that and you don't need to attach anything funny to it. You don't need to attach anything witty to it that simply what it is and I think it's up to us to reclaim that narrative Brianna Taylor is an amine Brianna Taylor, was a twenty six year old innocent black woman that was simply living her life and I think we have to show some reverence for that Brianna Taylor wasn't a product she was a person and that's what we have to remember. Where do you go from here? What happened the next? Immediately. When this happened I keyed in on the judge I keyed in on a some members of Metro Council that were silent and so I know if best that I can that this is a country that supposedly as they say believe that people should have the right to vote exercise. Their right to vote and voting is how we change things and so on a local level that's my focus is how do I work on who will be the next mayor? Our mayor will be out of office in two years they've asked for him to. Resign they've given him a vote of no confidence He won't resign I'm sure he will finish out the last two years. We think now, how do we put people in position that care about the people and that really want to see the city move forward and so anything that I can do to start getting people to think about running for Metro Council running for small elections that's where I really want people to focus on. It's not just who we elect for governor and president we need to think about the elected to the school board all of. These governing bodies play a part in your day to day life oftentimes if not, always even bigger than someone like the president of the United States and we don't pay attention on a local level to things that we certainly should be paying attention to even in the midst of this, even in the midst of the protesting and Brianna Taylor are Metro Council voted to increase the police budget So that shows you where they stand a when it comes to our calls for justice. All they did was give the police more money so I think that needs to change. In these dark times in America or we could just call them times in America's times are often so dark is there anything that gives you like? The only thing that really gives me hope when I look at my niece who's only eight years old and I, think there's something that I can do. To make this world better, I. Look at someone like my daughter. WHO said when I have children? My kids will not be protesting these very same issues I'm an so it's my job to do whatever it is that I can do to make the world a better place, and if so it seems like pie in the sky but I tell people just focus on your small corner of the world and change that space if you have to change your block work on that, but everybody has the ability to do something what isn't an option is to not do anything. There are people that are hurting there are people that need help a we've seen through covert some of the best of us and we've seen also some of the worst of us and I still believe inherently that eighty is good and that things can change. Anna's Rick. Thank you so much for your time. I, know you and your city are going through elaborate now. So thank you very much for joining us. Thank you very much for having. 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A Word: Is Larry Elder the Best of Black Republicans?

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26:09 min | 2 weeks ago

A Word: Is Larry Elder the Best of Black Republicans?

"Support for this. Podcast comes from verizon business verizon business unlimited plans unlimited data no overages and more built right for business with the speed of verizon five g get verizon business unlimited plans from his lowest thirty dollars per line visit verizon dot com slash business slash plans per month with five lines on business. Unlimited start includes paper-free billing with auto pay and select smartphone agreement discounts taxes fees in terms. Apply five g. Nationwide available in two thousand seven hundred plus cities on most verizon five g. devices five ultra wideband available only in parts of select cities. This is a word podcast from sleep. I'm your host. Jason johnson generation after leaders colin powell inspired african american conservatives to embrace the gop some of the most visible black republicans now are extremists and blowhards. Who are chasing the support of trump voters. What happened and what's the way forward. There was a time when you know. Blacks voted ninety ten republican. And we squandered that the future of black republican leadership coming up on a word with me. Jason johnson stay with us. Welcome to award a podcast about race in politics and everything else. I'm your host jason johnson. Once upon a time the republican party was the default choice of millions of black american voters and the political home for black leaders but for decades. The party of lincoln has embraced the most reactionary policies and statements on race leaving many conservative black americans without apolitical home. And just in the last fifteen years. The most prominent black republican has changed from elder statesman. Colin powell to this guy like it or not slavery was legal and so their property. Their legal property was taken away from them after the after the civil war. So you could make an argument that the people that are old reparations and not only just black people but also the people whose quote property close quote was taken away after after the end of the civil war. that's radio host. Larry elder who is leading the republican pack in a bid to become california governor and the upcoming recall election in the meantime black republican and former football star herschel walker as announced his long shot candidacy for senator in georgia even though he lives in texas but they're still black republicans who want to make the party credible again amongst black voters. One of those leaders is michael steele. He wants served as lieutenant governor in maryland and briefly as chairman of the republican national committee. He's currently a political analyst for msnbc and host of the man of steel podcast. Michael steele joins us now. Welcome to a word. Hey man what's the word. I'm just gonna start off with this. I mean just purely from a strategic standpoint. And i think this is you know one of the things i appreciate about you. The most michael is that you have a very good mind for just plain old campaign and political strategy. And i think that's important for people to understand like you know what it takes to win. You know how to make good commercials. I've talked in the past. How rafael warnock's commercial with the dog. The puppy was based on one of your campaign as from ten twelve years ago. You know what you're talking about. So when you look at. Larry elder who's trying to become the governor of california and you look at herschel walker. Who's trying to become the republican nominee and therefore when the senate seat against warnock in georgia will think their chances are just just overall five thousand miles away strategy. What do you think these guys. Chances are on both of these races. Well let's start with georgia. You know i think herschel walker certainly okay so the thinking of a lot of white republicans. It's going to be all. Let's put the black man up against the black man and so that that will create some of its own juice. So much reminds me of when i was elected chairman. The dan was elected. I was walking through the hall and one of the members came up to me and she gave me a big hug in this big smile on her face and she said i'm so excited and i said well thank you. She's a yeah now. Black folks will will vote republican. I went maybe. I'm not a five for this is not how that works. Sorry that's the mindset. So i think for herschel who has an enormous amount of baggage from his own public statements in tweets over the past few years so the doubling down on the big lie and things like that. It's going to be a challenge for him but you know he's got the blessing. I believe of a lot of the party. Folks and former president trump. That's going to help him get maybe the nomination and then wore. Not i think cleanses clock in general so republicans are sort of grasping at straws with candidates leg herschel walker and i'll be straight up about california california's all on the democrats. There's no way in heaven or hell that they should find themselves with their governor now struggling to hold this seat against a black conservative rush limbaugh radio style talk show host who has no idea how to govern the state of california. Why do these folks thing that they're going to put a guy who runs his mouth all day in a chair. That's going to have to make these decisions about how to how to spend the very very finite dollars of the tax payers which programs to prioritize. This brothers already come out talking about well. We just going to open up the state. No mass mandates no no vaccine requirements. So he's going to affect the population and then wonder why the hospitals overrun. And here's the rub when he runs for reelection a year from now. Do you think. Larry elder is going to get reelected governor of california. So what will this last. Twelve months have been about absolutely nothing michael. It seems like in the last ten years. We're down to a point where one of the only credible black republicans who is an actual elected official. Is tim scott. What's tim scott's immediate future. Because i see him in nikki haley. Everybody's gonna talk about them as potential vp picks. But i don't see them being on a ticket in two thousand twenty four for the republican party. So where's tim scott go. He's the most prominent black face left on a party. You know tem arguably can can write his own ticket. Everybody's point money into his coffers right. now he's raising more money than most republicans you know. He's quote leading on criminal reform. He's you know criminal justice reform. But you you're right. There's going to be a lot of talk about him. Not only being on the ticket but being the top of the ticket as a potential on but scott is not going to run against a donald trump for the office. I mean we. He's already shown he's not prepared to fight donald trump. he won't fight donald trump. But i think for him. it's going to be. He's going to have to reconcile a number of things because the reckoning that a lot of african american politicians are having to come to grips with this goes back to california. And the crazy. That's going there with elder is the black communities voice it does not sound the same as it has in the past on these big civil rights issues. Now you know it's like we're going to declare our history. We're going to declare our moment. Black lives matter. We're going to. We're going to make the country wreck income to reckon with us. And i don't hear a whole lot of black politician speaking to that route to take a short break. We come back more on the future of black republicans and black politicians in general. This is a word with jason johnson. Stay tuned this. Is jason johnson hall civil word snakes podcast about race in politics and everything else. I wanna take a moment to welcome our new listeners. If you've discovered a word and like what you hear. Please subscribe rate in review wherever you listen to podcasts. And let us know what you think. By writing at a word and sleek dot com. Thank you this episode is brought to you by federal. Football is back and the best bet you can make is downloading the fan duel sportsbook app. It doesn't matter if you're new to gambling or an old pro fan duel has something for everyone and as an official sports betting partner of the nfl. You know your bets are safe. There's also never been a better time to use fan duel because right now you'll get up to one thousand dollars back. If you're i bet doesn't win. You can even turn a small wager into a big payday with the same game parlay bet. Just sign up with the promo code spotify to place your i bet risk-free on fan duel sportsbook download fan duel today. Twenty-one plus and present. In virginia i online real money wager. Only refund does non-withdrawal site credit. That expires in fourteen days. Restrictions apply see terms at sportsbook dot fan duel dot com gambling problem. Call one eight hundred gambler. You're listening to a word with jason johnson. Today we're talking about black republican leadership with commentator and former chair of the republican national committee. Michael steele mike. I want to continue with this name. Because i think you really hit the nail on the head. I about tim scott. Then this sort of idea of these new issues. I look at tim. Scott as a presidential candidate as a black republican. He's going to be an opportunity window guy right. I look at tim. Scott the same way if trump for some reason didn't run in twenty twenty four hours ago to. Yeah then he's he's gonna run right. Yeah i think. I think that's right. He's still has to deal with the likes of a disentis and some others that will emerge in that process. But it'll be different it'll be. It'll be a competitive. It's going to be a competitive primary regardless even if trump does when because i think trump was going to be challenged from his normal side and the crazies will will rally around him so it will be a very difficult primary for trump or any trump style candidate from what i'm hearing the. There's the this is going to be the first stage of armageddon politically. No it is and it and it needs to be quite honestly it needs to be. So where does tim finn in that. In that fight is going to be important. This is not going to be a fight for people's like does the rodney king. Can we all just get along now. We're best that bowl now. We ain't doing that no more. This is about the country. Democracy is about apart at once problem party that stood for something other than itself or certainly other than dear leader. And so they're they're going to be these very very powerful strains that emerge in candidates like tim nikki haley and others who have placated remained silent nodded their head in the background. Stood there with the wide grin when they know shit show going on in front of them. They're going to have to account for that somewhere within the primary process. They they may get a pass. They may sly may work out. But in a general conversation with the american people with all that we know to be on the line on the line and then some. It's going you're going to have to make that case but now here's the rub. My friend having sat all of that you still have to deal with the american people who actually be fickle as hell when a nice way of putting when it comes to their vote witness. What's going on in california. I can tell you. I think i mentioned to. You can tell you having spent a significant amount of time there lately. I am shot. I think for anyone. It's like going to hawaii or new york or any other sort of prominent cultural place in america. What you think about their attitudes when you visit versus when you've lived there for a while a very different i i've encountered more for right wing people. Oh my god metro. La than than in the dc metro area. You know they're they're real concern. It's not just orange county. You know there's real conservatives there that's that's i think if you can put a put a pin and an exclamation point on that point. Yeah i think people will then begin to understand a whole lot about california. Today people forget california was once a republican state. Yes those routes have not gone away in any given election certainly presidential election you have four to five million californians republicans who don't vote because hey our system caused the election eight o'clock they're still voting at five. Pm they decide what the hell they've called the election. I'll go home. You change that system around where that vote still matters. At five o'clock you'll see and this is a good example of it. It's not just traditional republicanism. But it is a conservatism. Yes that is has gone off the deep end. In many respects as we've seen conservatism across the south in other parts of the country so you make an excellent point then people cannot undersell that which is why larry elder's where larryelder is. I'm gonna take this back to the south. I wanna bring up daniel camera now for those out there. Cameron was one of the most visible black republicans in the country last year. He's kentucky's attorney general and he actually gave a speech at the republican national convention last year. We're gonna play this quick clip even as anarchist's mindlessly tear up american cities while attacking. Police an innocent bystanders. We republicans do recognize those who work in good faith towards peace justice and equality so cameron is best known for is basically either intentionally or unintentionally fumbling the investigation into the killing of briana. Taylor correct. Look if you told me on paper michael as a candidate he's handsome kind of looks like blair underwood right. you know. he's got a decent accent and everything else like that you know. He doesn't sound too souther down to seven in the modern republican party. We've seen this clarence tomato republican party. You can be a black man in the south where the white wife. And that's not necessarily the end of your career. At one point. It was cameras gotta white wife. That's that's not gonna kill him and kentucky and yet when you talk about the kinds of issues that matter to african american voters in some white voters today. I don't know that. I think someone like daniel. Cameron can advance me. Maybe if mitch mcconnell pass away one day. But i don't see daniel cameron being able to advance beyond where he is in kentucky right now with something like brianna taylor hanging around his neck. It's kind of like nikki. Haley and the flag and south carolina. Once you get past your maga base. There's a lot of people who are going to turn their nose of that and certainly black voters even conservative. Black voters may not be happy with how he handled brianna taylor. So you touch on a number of diamond points that i think are going to be important one Socially you know the the composition of the man the family not package what what kentucky and see. They like that again. It's safe right right. He's safe he's not. He's not threatening to white people. How you sound as a black man in the political space matters so he checks a lot of those boxes that make white folks feel good Because that matters in kentucky it helps that. He's a protege of mitch. Mcconnell now having been a protege of mitch mcconnell's and and i can say when i ran for the us senate in two thousand six some of the best political fundraising council. I got i received for mitch mcconnell. But i always give mitch mcconnell his props for what he for the tau his ability to recognize talent right And his ability to help that talent mold. Now in my case. I also had while i have mitch. Mcconnell wants out. I had marion berry on the other. So marion bags combination. All baby. let me tell you that that is that is interesting combination of mentors today. I how to knock on doors and raise money so that there. It is right so for for someone like cameron. It makes a big difference and again giving where countries going. What did what does. The census shown us my friend less white than we were ten years ago. Yes and we're going to be less white tomorrow than we are today. Yup and so the political and this goes back to what i was in the earlier segment for black politicians. You have to know the voice of your people when you go out there and how it's changing you can't represent the political cast that that have has you in the role right. That has you out there playing this particular role. I learned that very early. On when i got elected in the my approach has always been as an elected official that i start at just in politics. Quite honestly jason. I wake up in the morning. And i don't see a republican. I don't see a catholic. I see a black man. Because when i'm out on the streets and i'm encountering people who may or may not like what they see right. They don't know i'm catholic. They don't know that. I'm a republican. They don't know a whole lot of thing but what they do know. Is this black man. I just like over this black man sitting in front of me getting alone this black man in front of me trying to You know Convince me to buy his products. So that's what. I have to contend with an every one of us has to contend with every day. And if you don't have an appreciation and understanding for that As a black politician whose your who you speak to at the end of the day you know you gotta represent somebody so why not represent the group you're from we're going to take a short break when we come back more on the rise of black republicans and michael steele. This is a word jason johnson. Stay tuned i want to tell you about another podcast. You might be interested in the white saviors. It's the story of. We charity. This global children's charity. That was partnered. Up with oprah richard branson and prince harry well. We charity was scandalizing candidate last summer. They admitted to crimes within their charity. They were tangled up in a huge political controversy. It came out that it's founders. Had made millions and they announced that they were closing the charity for good in canada but not in america we charity is still operating here and they are in thousands of american schools where nobody seems to know why they were forced to shut down in canada. The white saviors tells you why and a whole lot more. It's from reporters who spent five years investigating. We charity it. Features interviews with top level was ables who have jaw-dropping stories about the cult light culture inside of wing and it travels to kenya where we charity was supposed to help needy kids. This is the story of a charity. That did very well when it was supposed to be doing the the white savior subscribe wherever you get your podcast. You're listening to a word with jason johnston. Today we're talking about the future of black republicans were former. Rnc chair michael steele. When i talked to my friends my far left friends my fall right friends. Who are black. There is universal. Discontent with joe biden. But what we've seen in particular with joe biden and i think this has become very apparent. Recently you look at the way. The joe biden has been so steadfast about afghanistan. Like he's gonna take the heat from his own. Party's gonna hate. Take the heat from the media. He's like. this is what i want to get done. We're going to get it done. He doesn't show that same energy about voting rights. I mean he's basic answer about voting rights is from the bible. Like all right. Now you guys can make your own bricks. Why don't you just organize more or organiz. Pass these laws right. And and i hear a lot of black voters out there who are furious about this because it's like. Hey i'm you know. I'm giving my blood sweat and tears. Is there a space in the republican party for anybody to say you know what maybe if we weren't just absolutely horrible on voting rights. Maybe we could. We could make some progress here because to me. It seems to me like the republican party. Like i don't know that. I think texas is competitive in two thousand twenty four because basically they're creating laws every fifteen minutes to keep anybody in harris county from voting and that's essentially joy but but all of that is going to get all of that is going to get. I think a lot of it will get tossed out real time when when you actually have a presidential vote on the line. The courts are going to be very very circumspect in that respect. But we'll see i. I don't think it will come to that. I think democratic camp the right democratic candidate can win texas outright. But that's me. And i've always been on the edge of that that spear for a while i think to your broader point the tip of that speer. You brought your broader point though about a black republican speaking voting rights and this environment. The answer is no. I don't i don't i. Who's going to take that. Who's going to take that risk. Who's going to stand up and say i'm sorry. Donald trump did not win the election in two thousand twenty. He perpetuated a big lie. That led to an insurrection in two thousand. Twenty one january six and others who continue to perpetuate that liar doing an enormous disservice to to the republic. We can't even find candidates who will stand up and make that statement so. I don't know how you now get a point where you're going to do complicate things like voting rights when you can't even get people to agree that donald trump lost the election in november of twenty twenty. I'm gonna call this michael. So i'm gonna i'm gonna put you in a star chamber here as we close. What would you say. The party needs to do to actually be appealing to black voters. Is it getting better. Candidates is it fundamental changes in policy or does it just not matter anymore and it's about turning out a base in suppressing. The vote doesn't matter anymore. I i've been in this particular. Crucible since nineteen seventy four. I've been in this crucible in a leadership way since nineteen ninety four. And i can't in all that time between ninety four and today when i first got elected county chairman in prince george's county. I've been in that star chamber with a number of people and we've tried and articulated and put forth ourselves and others ideas you know standing with the lives of reagan and mccain romney and bush trying to make the case Within our own party of the value of the wants par proud relationship between blacks and the gop. This is our political home. No history cannot enright that this is where we started. Whether you like that idea not as irrelevant because there was a time when you know. Blacks voted ninety ten republican And we squandered that we took the cheap way out but the realities to your star chamber scenario is boils down to this. I don't think the party really wants to do that. Because the work required is too hard required sacrificing too much giving up on too much requires stepping away from white nationalism. And i think you know when you buy into rhetoric says that my ancestors are from shithole countries and that men who want to take my rights away from me and want to burn crosses or excuse me tiki torches front lawn of very fine people to offer me. A platinum plan will be enough. Michael steele is the former chair of the orange c. A political analyst for msnbc. He is also the host of the michael steele podcast michael steele. Thanks for joining us. Enjoy my friend. Take days and that's a word for this week. The shows e mail a word at slate dot com. This episode was produced buying on angel and jasmine ellis. Cautious lucia is the managing producer of podcasts late. Gabriel roth is slates editorial director for audio alicia. Montgomery is the executive producer of podcasts. At sleep june. Thomas is senior managing producer of the slate podcast network. 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2021-06-15- KSR - Hour 2

KSR

44:03 min | 3 months ago

2021-06-15- KSR - Hour 2

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I'm trying to look at people who've taught sports law before and look at their syllabi ryan and then sort of craft my syllabus by based around it somebody asked me guy. Are you going to be tests based or paper. Based and i think i'm going to grade on a paper slash project rather than a test. I don't think we'll test like you memorize a rule but law school when i did you write essays. That's that's the way you do. I think i only had one multiple choice tests in all go ahead. Did you take something like sports law class at duke. I did yes. Paul hagen taught it kind of got a little bit of idea. What have to spend some time sort of researching like they want me to focus on the things that affect college administrations sports so title nine things like that contracts and then professional sports stuff so i mean we'll be doing like name image likeness and all that but yes. I will have to up my knowledge base on a few of these topics. There's no doubt about that. But i think that's normal like chain and like professors don't know everything they have research in like. Learn to teach right and when you have to write an essay. You can't really cheat. It's one of those things. If you can just look over and see what you book and then see what you got see in law school. The way they do it some some tests were open book some word but in law school. Give you a fact pattern this. I'd say ninety percent of law school tests. Are they give you a fact pattern and you are supposed to pick out all of the legal issues that are in it and basically professors are judging to see. How well are you able to pick out. What the legal issues are saying. Yeah yeah so. That's what. I don't know that. That's what i'm gonna do but ryan that's probably more of how we'll look at it. I really think you'll you're really going to enjoy this. I mean this is. I think is something that you've probably wanted to do for a long time. I can see you doing this every year. Now do you think there's a field trip we could go to. You got to have a field trip. Yeah ks bar and grill. You want to start there for lunch. Yep i don't think there'll be a field trip but i'm looking forward to it and georgetown college been very nice to their professors wrote me. I think i might get to go to the faculty lounge. Oh really way. I've always wondered what's in the faculty lounge in high school like you. There was the room looking there sometime. I would too because i were happening. There was a sofa and any machine in a table and that was it. Yeah but you thought things were going down. Basically with just me a smoking lounge featured going there and smoke seemed like for me middlesbrough. They smoked with the students outside. Really together it is. We've talked about this before but it is amazing to me that it was not that long ago when i was in high school that the teachers and students were still allowed to smoke. Teachers were bumping heads off the students. Yes which one but there was one teacher. Notorious for bumming. Cigarettes students would walk away. Because they're like mr blah blah. Blah's gonna ask her cigarette. Can you imagine. Can you believe that that used to be okay. No thinking now. There's see people smoking on an airplane stuff like that. We just think my goodness. How was that ever. There is nothing in america. In my opinion that has changed more in a shorter amount of time than smoking. Smoking was a huge part of life. I mean every restaurant you smoked not some of them all of them all of airplanes. I can't believe that was ever a thing. Yeah rep people. Just smoke smoke during the breaks. One up now mu. I mean like you know one of the things you don't think about is you rarely see people smoked in movies and tv shows anymore. Yeah i mean it happens but not much and it's almost always someone who's seen as like problem or dry. Never just see a sitcom with a dad. Just taking a cigarette out. You don't see cigarette ads anymore. You still that's how that's partially illegal. I was hell yeah. I don't think you're allowed to have monte. I mean how about the fact that we used to have cartoon cigarette companies i mean. Can you believe that that was allowed. To have cartoons. No joe piano cam. When i was a kid you had candy. Cigarettes had though. Yeah yeah. But i mean think about what that says you're saying to children like just eat these because then soon you'll be autumn and we'll all be happy. I don't smoke. No but i mean. They're still was that they didn't make candy cigarettes for for good reasons. They same thing with joe camel. That was to get kids to think about smoking. Didn't work for me well. It didn't work for me too. But i bet it weren't for some say they were going to smoke anyway. You are way underestimating. The importance of advertising advertising affects what we do in ways. We don't even realize like their studies about advertising about how people watch ads and not even realize that they have consumed the ad and it will make them go to a place like they will. Just i like brainwashing right there. But that's what advertising is in some ways. Well let me just give you an example. I'll just give you an example. Because i mean might as well be straightforward. We see a difference in the sales in chaos bar. A significant difference every day ryan and i sit in front of the bar new and it's not like during that time we're like hey come it's just the act of us being there. What are you doing here get over there. But the act of us being here makes the listener. Just think about it more right and then that leads to them going that afternoon and evening ryan. We talked about it. You see it every time. It's amazing how it's picking up more and more people are starting to get out and when we're doing the show there from being half full to being all we had. We had a huge weekend there this week. But it's just overall. I don't think people realize how much advertising just gets in your brain and you say well. It doesn't affect me. But i think it probably affects you and you don't even realize it affects you. Maybe not and kids and teenagers. I think it affects even more but enough of that cletus. How are you going this. Allow this gentleman. I don't know go ahead. Cletus matt god. I got a couple of texts. Here urs foremost the best. Uk football duo hands down kentucky boy cash daniels and josh allen a defense joevin and secondly there's lexington traffic has got to calm down because i'm late to work and they're taking josh allen to me is on just a whole 'nother plane right like you know what i mean like. It's hard to have a duo when one guys just way better than everybody else. Is he the best defensive player in the history of kentucky football. i think he became. Yeah i think he definitely ended up being that you definitely but is a very strong opinion. Well when he breaks denis johnson's sack record you know art still is probably going to be in the conversation. Those three guys. I think are considered three of the best of course thought the guy was not johnson and somebody else dinners held the one for most sacks in a season and oliver barney oliver barton vote the korean. He bought both of them right. Broke both of them. Yeah yeah so. Who's the best offensive player of all time. Is it couch. I think you'd have to do it. Even though benny benny's probably earn the right to be in the conversation. So who's your top three in some order couch. Benny and who derek abney. No happening really. Yeah maybe now over like sunny collins. he'd be in there. it'd be a. I love their gabby. I don't think you can put him in the top three now. He might be the best special teams player of all time. Yeah i was considering that in my bulldozer. Different things but yeah. I mean he would certainly him is. Max duffy are like. I feel like our best players at a lot of positions have played recently. Recently i mean max stuff. He's probably our best punter him pack right. Yeah is mcginnis our best kicker. It's like him. Doug pelfrey right. Probably then allen's our best defensive lineman would usually be are running back. would you say mike. Edwards is in contention for our best secondary. I think he has to be in the conversation. I don't think any of our receivers are there any. But he's jacksonville damani but drake was really good and demonte played guard at kentucky so center. Yeah i mean daring. Canard could walk out of here. One of the best tackles ever know it. It's amazing that we may have like the best to do it here. well we've had some really good offensive. Linemen i mean had a lot of success in the pros. What's what's the name of that. One guy from henderson. Ball sam ball. Yeah yeah you know. And lynn boat and maybe one of the best athletes. We've had a guy who's true season. Yeah donny is back from the christian. County jail donny. Sorry we missed you the first time no problem man in good at your backyard definitely dynamic duo you unlimited man but but with you back off injured reserve ran it makes the team under percent powerful. He's doing great. Thanks to the shots across the bluegrass man. You know was real positive. Land get these guys out here in kentucky shots in state day into that. I don't mean to put you on the spot. Don't worry with what's your what's your other. What else you got. I've got failed house man. That's due oh man. I loved him guys now for those guys together. Like i don't separate would see like like like with a mercer derek. Anderson got an antoine walker in there also ninety-seven walker what team it was just. It was just a six. Yeah right hands down. Tim couch and kirghiz man. You play against craig east and middle school and the guy was just ran circles around manage second street. He ran circles around. You know you guys are back with doing this. thank you. thank god how much asking dot his policies. Yeah thank you very much dowdy. I appreciate but i try to get the conversation with. It's just you know. He's on a time limit. Yeah you try it free time and then we move forward brady. What's up brady. what's what's going on brady What you're saying. It could be any animal. What would you be. And what What's your favorite drink do. What what's the drinks question. What's you're top five favorite drain. You be skip the drinks because that'll take a bit. What animal would you be shannon tiger. That's good that's good. I think i would be self proclaimed lion king of the jungle. I'll go with what about you ryan. What about a bird where you could just fly everywhere. You don't have to live long. Lives do they. I mean it's kinda short. Yeah maybe i'd find the longest living bird what's changed. Look up what the longest living bird is. Let's see what he becomes. It's going up. It's going to sound stupid. What is it cookie. Pink cockatoo lived to the age of eighty. Three pink cockatoo. She'll tiger. i'm ally and ryan is a pink cockatoo. I think brady. We'll take a break. Hong kong there. You go brady. Work with three are three beasts and then we got old. Pink cockatoo over here. Taking bradberry bag this to talk to that jones. And the crew. Called the clark's poppin and shop online at five zero five seven ten eighty or one eight seven seven nine fourteen eighty or so does the kentucky brick or tweet of the day by twenty matt at kyi sports radio. Keep a team. Kentucky tomorrow kentucky. Sports radio on talk. Radio tenny jilin rahmael. Yup didn't think about that. No but they're definitely do. I always think of them together. Right now know chat chat out we. We didn't say randall. Cobb is one of the i mean. Is randall cobb. The greatest receiver. Gosh target put him over east. I think he was more versatile. Geese may just receiver. I still probably go. Yeast one cobb to and just receivers but both of them well considering him as a as a specialist return in that an offensive player so guess. The question is for athlete. Is at cobb or boden. That's tough because because they're almost different. You know like i. I never would have thought i'd replace. Cobb was the quarterback and took an like didn't play quarterback and still took us to a five hundred record. Yeah i i think i have to say boating and i can't believe i'm doing it but i think i have to ryan. I just think. He was so versatile that you could put him in anything and it worked. Yeah those two guys. Threw a touchdown pass ran for touchdown and caught a touchdown pass and they may be in return. A punt or kick for a touchdown bone did against missouri. I would assume cobb did didn't he. That was amazing about. He wasn't really that fast and we'll still really good. Yeah bolden was blazing fast when he got going but apparently there was a flintstones cigarette. Ads that during the break. You believe that it's unbelievable. Speaking of unbelievable. What's wrong with michael bennett. There's a lot of things. Where do you want me to start. So they i guess there was an arena football team the level extreme the louisville extreme by the way they asked me to be an investor in that and i looks like correctly declined because i feel like i feel like one of those pops up in louisville every couple of years you know and they just don't work right so but apparently they played five games and now they've been disbanded and somebody tweeted out. The little extreme team has been disbanded in ended. And michael bennett tweet out. I wish they do the same. For louisville city f c that all the soccer fans just came in and start doing on twitter. But but you know why would he say that like. That's i mean they're successful. They packed that stadium. They're the highest level pro team. They in the women's soccer team that we have in kentucky. Like why wouldn't you route that on to great question. I think he just wanted attention. And he got it but he got some of the attention that he didn't want it was very negative. A lot people. It's going to happen. I think he was just kidding around. But i think that there was a lot of soccer fans who did not appreciate that. Of course. they didn't so they killed them on twitter. I just don't know what he was thinking like. How could the people think that was cute. Wasn't thinking that's the answer i mean. Just look and go and be like somebody tweety now. Let's just disband. Uk basketball soccer fans are very passionate about their sport. And in that's good. It's good for the state i'd like every sport. I'm not a soccer fan. But i'm not mad at their existence. Well glad they're here. I just don't understand. Don't understand that guy. Do understand to be in your corner. God next saturday. Why because you picked measure manage. I didn't pick anybody he picked me. Had the last picking your head straight right there. He wasn't there for my first match. I did just what you folks to pic-picture picture just like everybody. Just take one minute and go to your google machine. Right and google sheera wrestler. Because i just want you to look at this man this man. I'm about the beat. Their you know what out of it oh. vw coming. I wanted to look at him. She sheera wrestler. Look at that man. He is currently signed with impact. He's just with us for like about a year he is last in shannon is wrestling him next saturday and like i say whenever you want he they have to like he's got to get physical with that guy and that's going to be no problem. Hilarious ryan is in shiro corner. Yip michael bennett is in jan. It'd be my corner tweeting about level city f c. It'll be doing. I can't wait dude. I literally can't i mean i'm not trying to be a promoter here but tickets are on sale and go because i think it's going to be wild and he's never lost imagine until this he's never lost he will be. It'll be. It'll be elusive. Here's my advice. Don't want you to get hurt. I'm genuinely ryan can tell you. I'm genuinely concerned you're going to get hurt. Yeah i'm sure you are. You knew this was going to. I want you all if you if you get it. Get the video rhyme. Will you tweet out the video of you and him in the last match. Okay yeah. I want you to watch that video. Because here's what i want you to watch it. The move that he does where he picks up the little tate brother and throws him up in the air and lands on his his buddies. She then is going to get that. I'm not it's going to her here is going to get the t. Ddt in the do. I don't think you realize how much that's to hurt. He's got to get his hands on me i he's gotta catch me. I'm ways shavings not going to happen. Get your insurance paid up. And then it's gonna hurt view. Nah more kentucky sports radio so do we figure out any musical groups that do that. We missed besides cross. Oh yeah we didn't say i. He gave me big one. So we miss you see that bug crawling on the window right here anywhere right here. I can't see okay. What's on your side is bugs. Don't scare me like they scare a lot of people. I'm not scared of it but ryan's really scared of bugs bugs not you. There's one of those guys that like fleet freaks out and we have a boat. It doesn't matter five to five seven one. Eighty at k y sports radio one person writes matt. I like when you do these historical. uk things. But i feel like that. Sometimes you are too biased toward recent times. What about older guys like babe parrilli look. I am certainly biased toward recent guys. Because i saw them play. And i didn't see these older guys play so that's just a fact i mean i i understand that the other thing though is my view. Generally speaking everyone that plays now is better than everyone that played. I mean remember. This is not the fault of the people that played in the fifties but the school wasn't even integrated yet so it's not the same that doesn't diminish that they were great but it's not the same. It was still segregate so come on. But what i think is interesting is even if you set it ryan at modern times the amount of guys who have claimed to be the best ever at their position that played in the last seven to eight years. It's truly amazing. It is amazing. I think it tells you one stoops invincibility to go get these kids to come to kentucky these high level athletic kids that never would even consider kentucky. He's getting him on campus. And now we're seeing the benefits of it by being like you said some of the best ever at their position. Yeah mike what's up. Mike mike mike. Let's go to scott and shelbyville scott. What's up mad. I got a couple of duo swore you guys talk about i. I'm not go with the curry. Furry kaelin. I think that really around campus. They really you know house a lot of feelings. Everything was billy clyde alex. Legion those guys would wanna l. very mash fan base ryan that can look back at the villa. Gillespie era and just laugh at the absurdity of those two years and then there are the people who just don't want to think about it. I'm one of the ones who wants to laugh at it. Because i'm not sure that we will ever have a more bizarre thing. Then all things. Billy gillespie i mean. He started mark curry every game. We would get down eight nothing and then they would take him out for what purpose and we do not know. Nobody ever can have an answer for that. He had twelve walk on xlt another absurdity. I mean there were so many walk on. Imagine us doing this. Show during that era a part of me would love it. Yeah it'd be good radio would be. I mean i don't think you could. What could you do but laugh. He had perry stevenson block of free. Throw era you know. I mean he fought with one of his players over a girl and there's a video of all three of them in a uk football game together. He used to go karaoke by himself. In a seeing sad songs and amanda and away paw i mean they wanted to fire him and he thought he could get out of there just behind him but driving around new circle road they would forget about it. Yeah no i think. They thought like we'll if they can't find me can't fire me. I'll have the job forever. I mean there's more george home in the equipment truck after making him. Sit in a bathroom stall yeah. Dairy miller walk back to the hotel but at the sec tournament. His final straws were that and the whole thing where he looked at gerry. Tipton and said i'm not basically did i'm. I'm not a leader. I'm not a role model. But i find it so funny that i almost kind of glad it happened right. Because it's so you're a part of me. Really wishes started ks our radio just a couple years earlier. We could have had good content. But i'll tell you one of the things the lesson it did teach me ryan is that people still don't want bad news because even during those two years when i knew it was a disaster and i was hearing all these stories. Nobody wanted to hear it. You're right nobody shannon. I mean you weren't around. Nobody wanted to hear this stuff. If you didn't praise billy now. This changed about halfway through his second year but that first year and probably halfway through the second year really until he lost. It was still probably january till he lost van de bath. Thousand people didn't want to hear it. They still would say well the man focus. He's needs a little time. These clean up toby's bests. It's got to be tough when you know all the stuff going on behind the scenes but you can't really say it because there were players just you and the hours nobody. I didn't even have a radio show. They were players parents who would text me after every game and just tell me the latest crazy thing that happened it and then you have to decide. Do you go on the air with that. Or even the most minute criticisms i would give on the website there were other websites that were dedicated to sort of protecting him and they would just say i made it up so it was. It was a really good example of human psychology that we do not want to hear what we do not want to hear. I think about it honestly a lot in politics that there are people like that about politicians. And i've been through it with billy. And i think it was the exact same way here. It did not matter what came out. People would not change their minds but the thing in sports is there's a win and a loss at the end and he just kept losing but ryan you remember. There were people who still want him back for a third year. Yeah those die hard. Uk basketball defenders still thought he can move able to pull it out. 'cause he's married to basketball. I've they kept saying mary. Basketball is recruiting connor. Tucker band q imagine. If that group became the roster they would have been last place in the sec. They would have been brutally bad. Would they have gone. Not in sixteen though worse. I i think that would have been a hard thing to overcome. Cow was the only person who could overcome it because he could just replace the roster year. Most coaches can't do that adam. What's a batum. Yeah got a music they for you. Sonny and cher. We already mentioned plate. Oh man i miss that tin sorry. This is the podcast. Yeah y'all have a good day. did you hear about the monk. That stole amelia. Or excuse me the accountant for the abbey of get simeoni monks of kentucky. That stole a million dollars for monks. No are you kidding. I didn't know this story so first of all you. Did you know we've talked about this. I think on the show before. There's you know there's a monastery in conduct. I assume there was one in. Indiana clicked ride. Grew up one in every state just figured abby of get simeoni. I'm not sure. I wanna say it might be in bardstown but i might be wrong about that. But the accountant for these monks over the course of a few years stole a million dollars. Goodness gracious. He was sentenced to a period of time in prison. I'm gonna let you decide the law here. Okay since he was also required to pay back the million dollars. He had three months left on his sentence. And then when cove it hit. You may remember the governor sad basically people with six months or less we may let them out of prison a little early so that they don't spread code right. They tried to like the prisons. A little and you couldn't be violent offender etc so they let this guy out but as part of the order letting him out. They didn't say anything about the million dollars. So he is going to the kentucky supreme court insane when the governor let me out. He didn't say. I still had to pay the million dollars so i shouldn't still have to pay the million dollars. So here's the question. He was synced to pay the million dollars but on the release from early. It didn't say anything about the million dollars but it also didn't say he didn't have to pay the million dollars so should he have to pay the million dollar shave absolutely one hundred percent. You still that money you got to pay it back just because it doesn't say anything on there it doesn't mean you're exempt from it so you're saying silence does it mean you're exempt. I mean unless that said you are exempt. Didn't it didn't say anything one way or the how. Then you still all the money ryan. Do you still owe the money. Yep and i think you know. The governor releasing him was just on the lockup or he got locked up for whatever okay releasing on that order only a sold order of him having to pay the million steals in place so you would make him pay these monks back. Yes you have to be a pretty cold hearted person to steal from monks are. They aren't allowed to talk right. They take a vow of silence. I think you're thinking over. I think you figure tibetan monks. Oh the ones out in in the hang over to okay but those don't think all monks. I think some monks talk okay. So i was asking questions talk. Yeah how could. They think that they can write a letter. That's true. yes yes that's what you're worried about is they're like can we. Please have our money back. How do you put them on the stand. I don't know. I don't understand five seven one tonight. We'll take a break files wore the blue lights across the bluegrass county by county. Virtual tour presented by the kentucky office of highway safety after this to talk to matt jones. And the crew. Called the clark's and shop online at five to five seven one ten eighty or one eight seven seven nine hundred eighty now for rams on the bloomberg kentucky sports radio on talk radio tasers salt and pepper go epa. Good one the judds. Yeah a good ones. Yeah rugged everley brothers kentucky. Right matt between you and ryan. Can you name all the billy. Gillespie walk on's talk all right. So let's let's see what we can do mark curry adam shir match your bensky. Adam dealth yeah. Donald williams jarvis walker. Oh my goodness now. That's those are the ones those the ones that will cramps mark. Yeah now what are you. Got to add to that right. No you got the ones that i knew of there more low. Who's the dude from. Lca was that shebeens ski though she hears from arkansas there was an walk on from elsa i thought early liked match and one of the walkathons died. We're we're not very kentucky years ago. No cut just a couple of years ago. Can you share you need to pull up the roster from. Let's say eight an old nine. Because i know there's more the two thousand nine kentucky roster i think is when you would have had the most on of them. Let's see i'm pulling it up right. Yeah i'm working on it over here. Actually that's ten mark also mark house. Sel wow i would have never gotten that one. Dwight perry delight perry. Yeah bobby perry's cousin. Landon sloan yeah. Oh yeah yeah. What a roster. Wow i apparently donald williams was on. Scholarship was he. Yeah was a walk on to start with. I don't know wow all right so now let me go to two thousand eight. Because because he he'd have a different person every few weeks let's see what this one is. Dusty mills yeah kerry benson point. You remember area. Oh i remember that. I think kerry benson was from louisville. Was really i. I am almost certain that carry benson was from louisville and then of course morakinyo williams who was a scholarship player. Yeah wow what great memories. All i'd forgotten most of those guys would never have gotten mark. How soul or carry benson. I would've guy was not. Yeah and he's the one that he's the one who died. I think you're right. Well i mean we may be wrong about that. That team not won a title. Yeah he was. He was the one that died years. Old you're right about that. Yeah well that. Sam well what a memory person rights matt you sure seemed to make everybody happy last night on twitter when you said something. Nice about politicians. Did you see that something about it. All i said was that most politicians in kentucky republican or democrat are nice people that are just trying to do their jobs and you might disagree with them but for the most part we should see them as human beings because they're just trying to use their job and i use six people. As an example. Bashir daniel cameron a rocky adkins ryan corals jamie comber and charles booker. You basically hit the huge ideological spectrum with those six. And i said i know all six and i think they're all good people and i could include many more. There's some people. I left out. But i could include many more and you would have thought shannon. I said something. Just a little pushback. Just people just being like no. They're awful. And i just you know it's part of my general. I don't know like this. Take daniel camera. I disagree with almost everything camera. But i don't think he's a bad person i think he's a nice guy now. I wish he would do things differently. But that's like that doesn't mean that he's the worst you know what i mean. That doesn't meaning terrible. It means he sees things differently than you and by the way side. Note if you want to change people's minds calling them terrible is not the way remember. We're not reading those tweets anymore. Well this was i mean. I wasn't responding. How about that down. I'm very calm but you know Like when shannon. Has anyone ever yelled at you and you win you know what. That's a good point. Never never a hit the mute button. I had louisville school. Board member chris. Cold is that a person. Sure i'm she just wrote this. He wrote a big thing about how naive and stupid. I was for thinking like that. And i wanted to write him. I didn't but i wanted to write him and go okay. That's a good way for me to change my mind. Call me naive and stupid. Yep you're right. I am not even stupid. Christner right man. Wish i could be as smart as you. I don't know why people think being condescending and being a jerk is going to change their minds on politics right. Yeah never works. But so. I had a michael bennett syndrome. It's just it wasn't about louisville soccer david. What's up david. Back during the jerry. Claiborne era there was a couple of running backs. We call them the marx brothers. Mark mark eggs and mark levin. That's a good one actually ryan. That's a really good one. That went on mentioned david. I think that's a good call and one other one other thing. You guys were talking about Somebody gagging on the phone last week. That guy's name was j. I think it was back in two thousand thirteen. I remember i was listening. And he was choked choked up towards the end of his whatever he was talking about and actually called you about a year later and asked a few heard any fans still. haven't it's been almost decade. Yeah with jay on twitter. At thank you for the call at luke hatcher at luke catcher posted that video couple days ago. And you can. You can see it and if you hear it now it's still kinda scary. It is listen to did you do. Yeah yup and what did you think. It's just a scary now. As it was then he just amazing to me about it is that we still haven't heard anything after all these years. Not one person has said one way or the other. You know you'd think somebody a friend or a family member or something at some point would have let us know what happened. What was going on. It is odd by the way. It's it's customer well. First of all kentucky comeback dot com is the way for you if you have had substance use disorder or if you've been in jail and you want to restart your life go to kentucky. Comeback dot com their jobs. There waiting for you where people are willing to give you a fresh clean. Start and if you're a company you can help hire workers it's buoyed by the kentucky chamber it's kentucky comeback dot com. Help people in kentucky. Have a new start. That's what we believe in here. And i'm sure you do to go to kentucky. Come back dot com scott. What's up scott. What's going on guys what's up. I got to quickies man Every time i was like a big cloud man. I can't i can't help but think allan cutler was must see tv. Actually the games well cutler all time all time moment. Yeah that was that was the greatest man But on a serious note guys you know me and my wife went to watch the kentucky this weekend between here and there wasn't a dog between here and there in man. I saw signs You know muhlenberg madisonville as it just reminded sports radio and He's past couple. It's been rough. My dad's got cancer and it's It's just really bad. But i turned okay so i'm and it's kind of like food app. I space a mouse talking about men into my mind off everything and i want you guys to know that means everything makes to bail attorneys on and forget everything. Well thank thank you sir. Appreciate it and that means a lot for us to hear you know the funny everybody has the thing or hopefully has a thing that can sort of help them deal with whatever and i've been really grateful to hear how many people use that use us for that role and we were very thankful so. Thank you very much tomorrow. I will join ryan in lexington ks. I'll leave shane here by himself. 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Protests Erupt Around the Country After Grand Jury Announcement on Breonna Taylor Case 2020-09-24

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Protests Erupt Around the Country After Grand Jury Announcement on Breonna Taylor Case 2020-09-24

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That was Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron who announced the grand jury results back yesterday afternoon during a botched raid of her apartment in March Louisville police shot and killed Taylor a twenty-six-year-old emergency room technician from a detective Brett Hankerson. One of the officers on the same thing that night was indicted with three counts of wanton endangerment four bullets fired into a neighboring apartment. The remaining officers involved in the raid. However, were not charged and none of the officers were indicted for actions related to Taylor's death the announcement provoked protests throughout the city of Louisville where two police officers were also shot and we asked you for your reactions. Hi, my name is Catherine gun. I live in Louisville, Kentucky and I am mortified outraged it seems like Our city and our state and the country values property more than they do about people particularly black people. My name's John. I'm calling from Elizabethtown Kentucky. I think the decision made in the periodic Taylor cases with the information off the available to the public and the media the best decision. That could be made. This is Bronwyn Ramey in Louisville, Kentucky. I am sad and angry thoughts and even worse. I'm not surprised backlash is so strong. I I have a hard time hoping for anything to get better. My heart's breaking for our cities right now. You can keep calling us to share your thoughts at 8778 Mi take that's 877-869-8253 representative. Sheila Jackson Lee from Texas waited on off yesterday, and she serves on the Judiciary Committee in the house. It is shameful what came out of the Attorney General's office and the grand jury not because of grand jurors, but because we know that the cutest craft their own narrative, they can expand the number of witnesses that go into a grand jury or it can be very narrow. It is very obvious to us that there was a grave Injustice becomes. Did he call the other Witnesses who said they did not hear the officers announced themselves today on the takeaway. We hear the public reaction to the Brianna Taylor grand jury. I'm tansy in a vain. I'm joined by Graham Ambrose reporter for the Kentucky Center for investigative reporting Graham. Welcome to the take-away. Thank you for having me and back with me is Tim Finley Junior Senior Pastor at Kingdom Fellowship in Louisville and founder of the justice and freedom Coalition Tim. Welcome back to the show. Thank you. Glad to be here Tim your reaction to the news last night incredibly confused home disappointed and shocked honestly, we going into this situation understood that there was a chance that there would be less of charges but I don't know if any of us really foul charges that were not even related to Briana. Taylor's murder still shocked even hours later. They were many emotional reactions to this in addition to practice people were visibly emotionally shaken by this news Tim. How were the people that you work with in this space yesterday? Well, I was at the swage. Where many of the protests have happened is really good the central Hub and I was there actually wind announcement was was given live and I've never really seen a like what I saw yesterday. It seemed as though it was trauma embodied. I would say it was a few minutes until it actually sunk in that not only where it's just indictments not connected to Brianna Taylor, but the fact that then a curfew was put in it was disappointing and people were literally just stunned Grim a part of the reaction that Tim is talking about here is is largely because of the charges that were broader or should we say not brought. Can you explain the charges that were brought against former detective Brett hankinson? What is wanton endangerment wanton endangerment is not homicide. It involves basically, you know a reckless disregard for human life. It's a felony here in Georgia. Ki punishable by up to five years and in the indictment itself. It's specifically it says that the charges are related to Brett hengist and firing his weapon in a nearby apartment. That was not Brianna Taylor's and endangering the lives of three other people and they list the initials of the three other people and none of them are you know, BT. None of them are are off Taylor Graham. I want to play a little bit more of Attorney General Cameron's press conference because part of what was at issue here are something called no-knock warrants, which are warning that allowed these officers to enter Taylor's home without her being aware that that was going to happen. Let's take a listen the officers statements about their announcement are corroborated by an independent witness who was near in a proximity to apartment for in other words. The war it was not served as a no-knock wage. Warrant Graham, what is attorney general Cameron? Trying to Point that he's trying to make their you know, the Attorney General is saying yes, they did announce themselves. It's sort of what would be good to the use of force being more Justified, right? If they if they announce themselves and still, you know, no one answered the door and someone ultimately fired from within the apartment then you know, of course they could return fire. However, this has been disputed by several Neighbors at the apartment complex and who said that no, you know, the officers did not announce themselves. It's a pretty tight-knit Community. I mean it's apart physically like right next to each other in the middle of the night. And so, you know, these Witnesses are saying, you know, hey, you know, we we live there we were there and we heard nothing until shots were fired him. When we we know of attorney general Cameron was a featured person at the Republican National Convention. This is somebody who has a dog The support I would imagine a President Trump and Beyond him and he's also an African-American how has the African American Community the black community more broadly and even those who support the case for Brianna Taylor how have they taken Cameron's approach to be completely blunt about it. Anger. Daniel camera not had the opportunity to sit down and talk with him about this case. And again, I've always had an uneasy feeling just based off of where this country is the climate the inconsistencies, in this case. I would say from the black community if feels as though Daniel Cameron never wanted to indict these officers listening tool Anita Baker home and having an opportunity to talk with her listening to councilwoman Jessica Green City, Reynolds, who was the Urban League president. All of these women are prosecutors are former prosecutor. And I've heard them all allude to the last 24 hours this understanding in in Louisville that a prosecutor here can indict a ham sandwich and it just seems to me from home that this is something that you never wanted to do. I think now this community will have a hard time trusting this attorney general and that may not even be something that he's you know concerns and Tim when we spoke to you after the settlement Brianna Taylor's family received from the civil case. I'm wondering how the tone has changed now in light of this announcement by Cameron yesterday juice call this number one. Look at this criminal justice system. And once again see that this system is not for black people, but it is also off well as closer together. There are challenges these days. I hate are going to be difficult, but I really believe that this is going to produce a motivation for voting off. Graham let's talk a little bit about the other officers that were involved here. Why were they not charged at all? There were two other officers who had been really at the center of public attention, It's in the officer who was charged was sort of known as the you know by protesters as the worst offender. He was fired over the summer for his actions that night which you know that she gave us a Time said we're a shocks the conscience but still there were other officers involved in this raid, but the Attorney General yesterday was saying that you know, the grand jury was given all of the information they were walks through all sorts of purchase and they ultimately decided not to make these charges. What were this was a decision made by a grand jury. What options did the jury have in terms of the charges? They could have levied against the officers Graham. They have a lot of freedom to make a charge based on whatever the evidence provides although in a lot of cases. I've spoken to a bunch of prosecutors here in dog. Louisville and they say that it's typical for a prosecutor to make a recommendation to the grand jury and typically grand juries will just follow these recommendations Tim. There were Billboards Oprah Winfrey bought a number of billboards to bring attention to this case magazine covers including Vanity Fair protests around the country uprisings for racial Justice in Brianna birth name and none of that yielded the indictments that people were hoping to see or the very least the criminal charges that they were hoping to see Tim. What are the implications for this for the future essentially of black kentuckians at least when it comes to relations with police. Obviously, this does not help. It's it's interesting being a young American it's it's interesting being someone in this country when you talk to someone who is always in Black. It's almost hard for them to understand that even as a law-abiding citizen when you are driving job. The street and you see those those blue lights the kind of trepidation the kind of anxiety that comes even when it comes to the way that you are police Tor Bap question, you know that moments where I was, you know in my neighborhood growing up as a teenager and talked to in a way that I don't think that people move to animals like that and that was the culture in which many of us have grown up in I believe that Brianna Taylor's name is going to be an absolute Flashpoint from this point forward wage. I think about my nineteen-year-old daughter. She doesn't have necessarily connection with say an immaterial she knows from the history books. But when you talk about Brianna Taylor that's going to be her generation. It's going to be a Flashpoint and my prayer is that it would be motivation for all of us to put pressure on this system to not just re storm policing job. But we have to reimagine policing because as it is right. Yeah as it stands right now. This is a major issue, you know all the way from the way that policed to the criminal justice system and incarceration and the numbers who are incarcerated black men or black women. So this moment I think it is it is extremely important choice. But either we're going to take this moment and there's going to be changed or we're going to continue down the road that is going to further divide this this country and that is why I think this puts so much pressure on us for November because who's in that Oval Office will also have an indelible Mark Sawyer In This Moment. Graham where does the criminal case go from here? Is this the end of it is the Department of Justice investigating any other charges in this case including the Civil Rights charges. This is off the clothes to one arm of the investigative process. So this basically closes the state investigation into that raid, but there's a federal investigation ongoing it's from the FBI and it'll be reviewed by the US Department of Justice and they're looking at whether or not civil rights were violated at least according to the Kentucky attorney general as press conference yesterday. So, you know, this is it's likely that there will be no more State charges brought in this case, but it is possible that there will be federal charges if the investigation turns something up Tim. What about for racial Justice Advocates off? Well, we the only thing that we really can do is continue fighting obviously in this fight for justice, but we turn our attention to and I shouldn't say turn our attention because it's been there the whole time but we really begin to focus on elected officials. You know that to me is the next step everyone from our mayor from our Council here and even to the individuals that they appoint we have to we have to have people in positions that have the community Thursday. I'm a part of our best interest at heart and it's disheartening because many of us want Justice now, but we have to understand that this is the wrong the wrong game and Thursday is our next step. That's our next strategy in his Advocates as activists as organizers. It is our goal to Rally to get people registered to vote and to really log Take an interest and those individuals that have influenced and yet do not use that influence to for our community and that's why I'm focusing in on our mayor who I believe needs to step down on Metro council members who voted to increase the lmpd budget in the middle of protesting police brutality and everyone else who had a hand in the judges the judges inside this search warrants, all of these all of these individuals who have been appointed who have been elected into these positions. The black community has just show that we're together and that we will no longer sit by and allow people to come to our church has come into our community for their signs up and then disappear wage when we need the most we have to show that that is no longer acceptable Tim Finley Junior is a senior pastor at Kingdom Fellowship in Louisville, and the founder of the justice and freedom Coalition and Grains. Ambrose is a reporter for the Kentucky Center for investigative reporting Graham Tim. Thanks to you both. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thursday on Saturday President Trump is expected to announce his nomination to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and while rushing through a supreme court confirmation just weeks ahead of a presidential election is a very divisive move. It appears that Senate Republicans have the votes necessary to confirm the president's pick Lisa murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine are the only Republican Senators who have come out against confirming a new Justice prior to the election and that leaves said Democrats without many options in the weeks ahead to get a better sense of how those Senators on the left are thinking about a fight to replace Justice Ginsburg. I got Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey on the line. And Senator Booker is also a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Well, I think said we need to all speak with a voice those of us who believe that there is something deeply wrong with them proceeding off when Merrick Garland was proposed by Barack Obama with about two hundred sixty plus days left in before an election. The Republicans made a passionate argument citing president the moral issues of letting the electorate decide and really set a rule and here we are some four years later and they're contradict not just what they said then but many of them spoke to this issue including Lindsey Graham spoke to this issue just months ago and said that if a vacancy opened up in an election year age that we should not move forward. And so again, this is something that they look like they're going to do everything they can to move forward on but I don't think we should stop in calling out the hypocrisy of this month. And given the last wishes of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who I don't think she knew the outcome of the election, but I think she must have been thinking about the very legitimacy of the Court not to have it. So undermined by what seems like a raw political power grab at a time that many of our institutions are losing their legitimacy because of politics whether it's what Donald Trump has done with the CDC the post office. They're very presidency itself to allow the Supreme Court to further lose its legitimacy in the eyes of the American public is a dangerous dangerous thing. So, I'm not sure how this is going to proceed. Exactly. I think that Mitch McConnell has extraordinary power to push this through Thursday will not be silent in what I think is a damaged not just to the legitimacy of the institution of the Supreme Court, but two major issues like a healthcare case for the Affordable Care Act that is wrong. Sing to the Supreme Court. Now this is going to affect Americans lives and their ability to Access healthcare and deep ways. And I just really believe this is a time that we should see the Restraint of power as opposed to what we're seeing right now Senator Booker historically at least over the past couple of decades conservatives and Republicans have made the Supreme Court a key issue. They have a vetted nominees with the Federalist Society. They have made this a key part of galvanizing their base Democrats on the other hand have not been as aggressive with making the Supreme Court an issue at the schools in terms of galvanizing their base has that in action or lack of aggressiveness. If you will let us to where we are today and what can the Democrats do better? Well, I think that a lot of people on various issues are seeing just how powerful the Supreme Court isn't affecting their daily lives whether it is the recent decisions on Thursday. Ability for labor to organize we have seen this Supreme Court begin to undermine unions whether it's decisions on voting rights. The gutting of the Voting Rights Act. Is she decisions ability to access the polls, whether it's even the freedom and equality of lgbtq Americans how narrow majority were able to secure basic fundamental rights, but there are still rights and freedoms at stake. There's so much in the balance. And as I said before perhaps the most immediate one is that all the Americans with pre-existing conditions or who have benefited the millions who've been vetted for Medicaid expansion and more the millions of Americans who have seen a benefit of the Affordable Care Act Now know that a president who has pledged to tear down the Affordable Care Act. This will be before a new supreme court. So I think this is animating people or people are realizing a lot birth. Our fundamental rights Economic Security and equality are at stake here. And I think it's going to be a motivating issue in this election and I will remind people that there is nothing that the Republicans can do in the waning days. I hope of the Trump Administration that cannot be corrected if we control the White House again with Joe Biden and if Democrats get off Jordy in the United States Senate, we have a lot of options then about how to balance the scales of justice and to undo a lot of the damage that this Administration has done Senator some of that correct. If you will at least one option in correcting has been to pack the Court California Senator Dianne Feinstein the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee appears to be against the idea of expanding Supreme Court, but there are other Democrats like Senator Ed Markey who have explicitly called for packing the court to balance its ideological tilt specifically, especially if the Ginsberg seat is dead. Place. Where do you come down on that solution Senator? Well, I I'm going to be a very loud voice and reminding people that this debate is mute. It's Newt if we do not win back Senate and the White House and as opposed to using my energy to engage in hypothetical debates. Why don't we engage in winning first and then have that conversation have a national conversation not just about that but the filibuster everything let's have that debate after an election because if we fail to get the majority of the Senate and that is right on a Razor's Edge wage if we fail to get the majority Mitch McConnell is still in power and we have seen the kind of power he can wield in the Senate under Democratic president and under a Republican president. So as opposed to wasting our energy offer hypothetical debates, let's win first and then have a constructive conversation about how to make our democracy more democratic. Speaking of some of those Senate races we are seeing right now following the death of Justice Ginsburg significant amount of money is coming into some of these candidates right now. Are you optimistic Senator Booker that the Senate will in fact be flipped again towards the Democrats, you know, I was taught by some great folks and the central office work New Jersey that you know, optimism sort of a sunshiny view is not what we need. What we need is work what we need is struggle. So I'm not leaving anything to chance many people were optimistic about secretary Clinton's victory for years ago. This is a time to get to work and there's a lot of fear, but people need to turn their fear into fight off their agonizing into organizing and they're worried into work. That's what this moment calls for. I know as my tenant president when I used to live in some high-rise projects for Towers, she taught me e, At Hope is the active conviction that despair will not have the last word. So right now the moment calls for investing your time your energy and resources into this election. If you want to take back the Senate don't talk about it be about it and contribute help organize send a contribution to some of those important Senate races that are in the balance right now. So you mentioned living in public housing. I too spent the first twenty some-odd years of my life in public housing in New York City. I'm very familiar with some of the issues that come up in poor communities of color particularly when they're black and brown and one of those is police reform since the killing of George Floyd and The Killing of Brianna Taylor. You have also called for significant reforms to police departments. There have been even broader calls to quote unquote defund police departments Senator. Where do you stand on some of those reforms and is defending the police the the ocean? Well, first and foremost, I with Kamala Harris in the Senate authored a piece of legislation with in partnership with Congressional Black Caucus members of the the chairman of the Judiciary Committee Nadler in the house to do massive reforms now, I call them massive reforms, but they are wildly popular with Democrats and Republicans wage. Fact many of the reforms in our legislation that were adopted and passed from Iowa to Colorado by Republican legislators. And so let's just start with the basics in the United States of America. There should not be chokeholds in the United States of America. There should not be in these drug cases no-knock warrants that led to the death of Brianna Taylor in the United States of America are public institutions should be far more accountable policing should be far more transparent and police departments should have to report out there data on the kind of stops. They make are they racially biased on their use of force and in the United States of America if a police officer does something that is Criminal they should be held accountable and we should get rid of qualified immunity and make the standard for the use of force one that is more than a reasonable not as high that it's very hard to get a federal conviction against a police officer who has done something horribly wrong. And so what I'm pushing right now, and I think that will pass wage. Not for Mitch McConnell who I'm not using any a pejorative here. He calls himself the Grim Reaper as he is killed bipartisan bill after bipartisan Bill. If we want to get the beginnings of real police reform done Mitch McConnell cannot be there or else it will not happen. It will not pass now as a guy who actually has spent the last twenty plus years working in a majority-black city working in a city that has struggled since the Riots of the sixties that started with money issues of police brutality that were written about in reports from the colonel report to even when the justice department came to Newark and showed the biases in our stops off. I know there has to be major investments in our country in the things that reduce the need for police in the first place the fact that we are a nation that treats mental health and addiction dead. Not with health care and treatment but with prison and jail shows how backwards we are that we would rather spend much more money on the back end. Not a problem then investing in human flourishing and human well-being even police and law enforcement agencies that I dealt with including the FBI in my first meeting with them when I asked him how do we solve the problems and we were talking about gang violence and they looked at me and very honestly the head of the FBI in the state of New Jersey said, we don't solve these problems. In other words. He knew that they just deal with the symptoms of the failures of our society to invest in our children to invest in child well-being to invest in education and Healthcare. We are a society that spends more on locking up its own people than any other country in the nation. The land of the free is the mass incarceration capital of the globe. It is a BAP Solutely morally object Lee bankrupt what we do as a society through law enforcement. It is time that this country begins to prioritize investing in human well-being and human being where for investments in those things. We will reap a massive return not just in economic terms our economy would Thrive but really in what we are a nation that says we're dedicated to change his life liberty and the pursuit of happiness Senator on this show when I took over as host of the show, I I basically isolated three gaps in American society that I thought would would essentially root this show and one of them is the truth Gap another one is the empathy Gap and the third is the racial wealth Gap part of closing that Gap as you mentioned. The economics of our communities is a big part of I think where we would begin to see some of the changes that you're describing a senator 2018 you introduce legislation that would create so-called baby bonds, which are interest birth. Funds for every newborn in the country. Your proposal hasn't been taken up for a vote. But Governor Phil Murphy seems to support a similar plan Senator. Yr. Baby bonds an important part in your estimation of addressing the racial wealth Gap. Well, it is clear in this country that we have as you've reported a massive wealth gap for every dollar that the average white family has the average black family has about ten cents for every dollar that the after my family has the average Latino family has about twelve sentence and this is something that hurts our overall economy. And that that racial wealth Gap is real and it undermines the success of our society. I believe that we already use our tax code to help wealthy people get more wealth these tax expenditures or upwards of six hundred fifty billion dollars a year and I support some of these things like the mortgage interest deduction. Which helps people it's overwhelmingly used by people who who make a quarter of a million dollars or more and it is a tax expenditure. It's time that we use our tax code to help people without wealth gained wealth because paychecks help you get by wealth helps you get ahead and can be generational and so our plan is very simple. If every child born in America black or white or regardless of background gets $1,000 savings account social scientist showed that that alone will actually increase the numbers of kids a chance of going to college threefold. Just knowing they have an account like that and then every year based upon their families income nothing to do with race, but just on their family's income like the Earned Income Tax Credit, they will get anywhere between 0 and $2,000 placed in their account and because of compounding interest the lowest income children, in other words We're a nation with one out of every six of our children born and and living in poverty. Those kids would have upwards of fifty thousand dollars by the time they're eighteen and that money then with a baby bonds proposal. Could be used to invest in wealth producing Investments college education buying a home starting a business now Columbia University and others have looked at it. It would actually have an effect of closing the racial wealth gap for those young people starting out a new generation of Americans starting out with the racial wealth Gap closed and whether you are and I've talked to Joe manchin about this in West Virginia off a poor white family living in Appalachia or a family in the central ward of Newark where I live those children would start out with wealth and the ability to invest in things that that ultimately have found other families to pass things down through generations and ultimately actually would inure to the benefit of society as a whole by creating more wealth in our society and and he's the kind of proposal wage that we don't just need I think there is a moral urgency to do something like this you mentioned in your Trifecta of things that you wanted to focus on the show. I believe that most important of those three wage. Is addressing the poverty of empathy in this country. We are a nation that is an outlier in terms of other wealthy Nations on the planet in terms of what we do for children wage. We are an outlier the only industrial nation that doesn't have paid family leave the only industrial nation that doesn't have Universal prenatal care the industrial nation that leads an infant mortality that leads in maternal mortality that leads and low birth weight babies that doesn't have a universal preschool. I mean all of these things that we deny children what they need to flourish would every Economist who does the Studies have shown investments in these things crew do produce a greater return and why is it because we don't love our children know we do but we do not understand the struggles of a good phone number of American children and that Poverty of empathy if we can ignite that most basic human instinct to care for each other. We are policies will and hopefully sooner Later start to reflect the love that we have in this nation, but right now they don't right now, they're Byzantine. We do things in this country to our children that other nations actually call torture like putting children in solitary confinement in prison for months even years who haven't even been convicted of anything yet because they can't get out because they can't afford bail. These are the kind of things that we do home visiting our children. And when I say that I mean that very literally there over 3,000 jurisdictions in America where children have more than twice the blood lead levels of Flint, Michigan because we haven't prioritized the infrastructure dollars necessary to get rid of all the lead service lines in our country, which is actually not that expensive of an Endeavor we have to in this country begin to prioritize children and low-income children, especially that is a test of our love for one another and right now we are failing that test Senator before we go I have to ask given the landscape that you just painted of this country the global p.m. Demek, the increasing wealth Gap you mentioned a lot of things that we need to do to get back on track and two of your colleagues Joe Biden and Kamala Harris or hoping to win the presidency in the vice presidency respectively. They're not as visible out on the campaign Trail as President Trump is so how is it that they can reconnect with voters looking for solutions to some of the issues that you just outlined. So I'm blessed life in a way that I have to sort of pinch myself every day to be a United States Senator as my mom has told me all the time. Don't forget what it took to for me to become the fourth elected African-American senator in the history of our our nation and I am blessed to have relationships with people like Kamala Harris who is now not just a colleague. She's really like a friend and a sister and not have run for president and and and got a deeper relationship with Joe Biden their campaigns are staying focused on these issues, and I know people believed Pandemic is in many ways keeping Camp candidates off the campaign Trail, but I just keep returning to the simple truth of this moment. We're in which is this election is not a referendum on any one person or one office. It is a referendum on who we are as a nation and who we are going to be to each other. This is a moral moment in America. It's not about left or right. It's what we go forward or would languish where we are right now, which is really in the Valley of the shadow of death. And so my hope is that Americans will take it upon themselves to learn more about the candidates to learn more about their vision. And if they do believe that this is the most important election of our lifetime that we will begin to act like it. This is not a moment. We're we're call to do Freedom Rides knowing that our buses will be bombed or do marches like John Lewis wage that will get beaten and have to bleed the Earth red for freedom and Justice know this is a moment where we just have to participate and engage in an election that will determine everything from the healthcare we have wage. Cost of our prescription drugs to whether we continue to be a nation of mass incarceration. This is what's at hand. And so this is a time if ever in our lives we should be pouring our time or energy took our money into making sure that the right outcome happens in this election because this is not their test Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. This is our tests and dear God for the sake of not just our nation, but with climate change for the sake of humanity. I hope that America passes this test Senator Cory Booker is the junior senator from New Jersey and who serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee Senator Booker. Thanks for joining me. Thank you for having me. Thank you. We want you to be part of the takeaways listener response network will send you a few text messages a week about topics were discussing a show to sign up. Just text the word start to 69866 standard data and messaging rates apply and you can always text the word stop to opt out again text start to 69866 to join our conversation every day. You can also connect with us on Facebook Twitter. We're at the takeaway. 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It's been six months since the coronavirus pandemic cause school systems across the country to shut their doors and scrambled change adapter remote learning and know the challenges posed by covid-19 remain as a cute as ever were now getting a better sense of how public high schools fared in the transition to this new reality in a report released today the UCLA Institute for democracy education and access found that 92% of schools had to provide meals to students during the pandemic 93% supply chain technology, like tablets and laptops and 43% provided support for students whose loved ones passed away for more on the surveys findings and what they say about our education system. I'm bringing in John Rogers one of the report's authors, and he's also a professor of education at UCLA and faculty director at the University Center X John welcome to the show. Thank you, Ken Xena. I'm very happy to page. Sure, so you surveyed hundreds of high school principals and that some of those results were pretty stunning. How is it that principals were responding to providing meals providing technology providing emotional support was that coming off from them it came from them and then their staff as well. I think one of the things that we see is that as the pandemic emerged schools responded in very proactive ways to try to meet the extraordinary needs that were were playing out. So schools as you suggested provided meals, they provided mental health counseling they connected students to Health Care. They were the Cornerstone of their communities sustaining their communities through a very difficult time and one of the things that's interesting and we can't lose sight of is that students often low-income students in particular are also provided meals at school job. Has that become more of an acute need during the pandemic absolutely many of the principles talked about emerging hunger that was playing out not just for the students but the stage families and a number of principles reported that they not only were providing meals to their students but to their students siblings and other members of their students families and they were doing this page in very complicated ways because students can no longer receive the meals in the school cafeteria schools. Sometimes provided them in locations in the community. Sometimes even provide sending the meals out directly to the students homes. One of the other things that's been exacerbated by this pandemic across the country is the access to the technology that's needed for remote learning, which was interesting that you're you found that a lot of principals were actually helping with that as well. Remote learning has really long. Exacerbated that inequality John is that right? It's certainly has we've had a digital divide for some time. But during remote learning. We saw that high-poverty schools were much less ready to jump in and enable all of their students to participate on the first day and that was not just because many students lacked either the wage devices really the connectivity. It was also because some teachers and other key staff at schools didn't have those either devices or connectivity on the first day and soul high-poverty schools were far less likely than schools and more affluent communities to be ready early on and then even after schools ramped-up wage was the case that high-poverty schools were more likely to have many students who lacked either the laptop or tablet or some sort of connectivity that allowed them to participate. League in the remote learning environment and some of the principles that you spoke to had that that were part of the study had to really come up with some Creative Solutions. Let's look into how one principal responded to what was happening. My name is dr. Cynthia Gonzales at my high school principal in South Central Los Angeles. And one of the Innovative things we did was to buy Facebook ads to push off our community often. Our families don't have working phone numbers or continuously moving. And so this was one way to reach them and to make sure that they stayed in communication with us to get updates about student information and Community Resources John. I would never have assumed a Facebook ad could be used that effectively. What were the other ways that principals were making use of some Creative Solutions home. Well principles tried to reach out to students in a variety of different ways. Some were fairly traditional phone calls emails text messages principal job. Also half of our principles reported that they did home visits they are they're staffed at home visits in order to connect with students who otherwise were not participating fully I should note wage. But there was a real divide in this that again students in high-poverty schools were far more likely to either not be participating regularly or to be out of contact page hayirli. And this was because students in high-poverty schools were far more likely to be experiencing a set of challenges that were created by the pandemic challenges that related to age economic and security challenges that that called for young people in high-poverty schools to be essential workers themselves or to care for siblings who were not being super vised because they themselves were out of school. And so we saw that that that those principles in high-poverty schools were four more likely to have to take these steps to connect with students job. John what about the emotional support that principals were providing for students who who like that who may have been stressed because of the exacerbate issues because of the pandemic because they may have lost someone tell us a little bit about that role. Yes many principals spoke to us about the trauma that was unfolding in their schools and students were experiencing death in their families death in the broader community and or sickness that was playing out many schools provided mental health support to their students off. They tried to create a sense of community and support. Of course. This was particularly challenging in an environment where they couldn't connect with the students through through traditional means and they had to do this virtually and so fostering that sense of support and community Through Zoom or other virtual means was a challenge but schools tried their best to me e Need so John one of the things that comes up quite a bit when we're talking about schools, right? Especially right now. It's just how much teachers in particular are spending their own money to create environments that are safe for students to come back. Especially when it comes to in person learning at the same time budgets are being sliced across the country from our principles and even more broadly teachers really prepared for these budgetary shortfalls right now. I mean given everything that we just talked about. I think one of the challenges we face is that there's budgetary shortfalls this year. Next year's budgets promise to be even more challenging and unless there is not an infusion of federal funds into State budgets the state budgets, which are being pressed by lower tax revenues are going to be really hard hit home. And so schools that are being asked to do more than ever are going to have far less resources to fill those needs. How are Educators dead reckoning with comments from local officials that contradict what they're trying to teach students about the reality of this pandemic. We heard from a few principles that the broader political environment was creating an atmosphere that made it harder to fulfil their roles one principal in Utah found this that he felt pulled apart by political division and a lack of social trust another principal in Arizona told us that she had to sit by and watch as members of her community went to the local bar to watch a virtual graduation because the school had to follow the CDC guidelines, but the community did not and that speaks to the ways in which not having clear Health guidelines that are provided across the community create a sense of uncertainty and division that make it difficult for principles to understand principles to to support their schools and to support their Community. It leads wage. Communities in which some people feel like they should be wearing masks and some shouldn't and principals who need to foster a sense of commonality where everybody's working together. It's far more difficult when there's that sense of social division. And finally, what about students who were English language Learners? They were hit particularly hard by this pandemic weren't they? They were we we did ask principals if they were able to provide English Learners with materials in their home language some did but many did not and so we see that many English Learners were not able to access instruction in the language that they understood I think more profoundly English Learners did not have access to the sorts of informal exchanges that they would often times have in a regular classroom with other students that would develop their linguistic capacities. And so I think many districts are recognizing that the very first students that need to be provided with in-person instructions should be English Learners alongside of students with special needs. There's so much there that educators are trying to to make up for in this vein. Difficult time John Rogers is a professor of education at UCLA and the faculty director at the University Center X John. Thanks for coming on the take-away. Thank you so much and Xena off. Tributes to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg have flooded the news and social media since she died last Friday, but one of the most powerful of these tributes came from NPR's Nina totenberg who covered just do walk ins Berg and the US Supreme Court for decades totenberg obit didn't just reflect on The Life and Legacy of Justice Ginsburg, but also on her personal relationship with the cultural and political like on the two had been close friends for fifty years with the late Justice even presiding over totenberg second wedding. I sometimes who's asked how I could remain such good friends with RBG at the same time that I cut off her as a reporter. The answer was really pretty simple. If you're lucky enough to be friends with someone like Ruth Bader Ginsburg starting when both of you are young, you understand that each of you had a job and it has to be done professionally and without favor. But as a journalist and close friend, can you really cover a public figure like a Supreme Court Justice without favor? And is there an inherent conflict of interests in that relationship and took that come up in journalism? So for that it more we're now going to talk to Washington Post media reporter Paul. Sorry about all of this Paul. Welcome back to the show height in Xena. Well, Nina said, it's pretty simple to be able to have a friendship with someone like Ruth Bader Ginsburg and cover her at the same time. I don't think so. What do you think? I don't think so at all it raises all kinds of questions. When you are a young reporter. It is beaten into you that your relationships are very important and your distance from those relationships are important you had to maintain an arm's length relationship with the people you cover to create objectivity neutrality and balance when you become friends with the people you are covering it changes. That relationship and it raises a question. Once people know that you are having this kind of relationship. Are you pulling your punches is your reporting in some way affected by the relationship. We wouldn't accept reporter covering their spouse or their business partner or you know, their romantic interest wage don't really accept it in terms of reporters covering their friends has totenberg or NPR responded to any of the criticism of her friendship with Justice Ginsburg. Yes, Nina totenberg was very upfront about it. She contacted her the other day and almost instantly she said give me a call and we spoke for about 45 minutes about it. She suggested before and the clip you played that was more or less or answer to me to NPR's response was it was a little bit different and and kind of funny in a way. They basically said they wage Each other for a very long time this is relationship that goes back to the 1970s our Handbook of Ethics says you can't have a source influence your strawberry and they left it at that which frankly doesn't really address the issue. They have previously placed these kinds of relationships a couple of posts were taken off being hosts while their spouses were working for the Obama Administration MPR thought that was a conflict but you needn't Holmberg occupies kind of a special place rarefied place at NPR. She's very popular among listeners. She's a very good reporter and she's been there since nineteen seventy-five covering the same beat so long she gets special dispensation for this sort of conflict. Now the real issue in some ways is maybe you can finesse this by disclosing it. So there's no hidden agendas. Is nothing held back from listeners, if you simply said if Nina totenberg simply said every time she covered the cord, I'm friends. I've had a long relationship with RBG. You should know about this as part of her reporting in some ways that might make it less an issue. But she very very rarely did that this issue has come up from time to time. But you know, Nina totenberg did hundreds and hundreds of stories has done hundreds and hundreds of stories about the court and she rarely ever disclosed on the air. There's a lot in that office that I want to unpack here because I feel like there's a difference in terms of fairness in terms of how some reporters are treated versus others who have these relationships and granted there are not all reporters said her out there, but there is some sort of a special treatment here being afforded to totenberg for her as you mentioned many many decades of reporting. I'm wondering a couple Things first of all NPR obviously benefits from this relationship in some ways. It's it's part of I guess in a larger context what's called access journalism right off so news organizations do benefit from these high-level relationships. Isn't that right? Paul? Yes and listeners do too. I might add totenberg and talking with me said my job is to know these people as well as I can and to know everything about them and and that's true for any reporter and so in knowing them too intimately it informs her reporting it allows her to be able to have some sites that are reporter who doesn't have this kind of relationship might not have so there is a benefit to it. But you know, the question is at what price and at what cost to have that benefit. I also want to point out here that there you know in terms of talking about objectivity and I think it would be for example in in the case of totenberg and and Justice Ginsburg 10 p.m. Our could say well you can cover the court. You just can't cover Justice Ginsburg specifically, right? And we see a lot of those accommodations or or requests. I should say being made by news organizations you mentioned if I'm covering as I'm if I'm a business reporter, for example, I have to disclose to my news organization if I have certain investments in certain companies that would preclude me from covering those countries fairly for example, and so this is a pretty standard request from news outlets and I just want to broaden the lens here because often times when we talk about objectivity, we hear from journalists of color or lgbtq + journalists about how they've often been reprimanded because they can't quote be objective covering issues relating to their own communities. It feels like that's double standard Paul. Well, that's a can of worms. This is just a small one. Yes, you know ever since I've been a reporter and it's been a long time. We've tried to diversify our newsrooms that I've worked in. And the reason for that is we want multiple perspectives. We want people from different backgrounds to be able to present the world to offer readers because they have experience in what they're reporting on but that's not exactly the same as we want you to favor the group that you make em from the group that you are part of we want you to bring insight to your coverage based on your experience, but we don't want you to tilt the coverage, you know wage to favor that group and it's a very fine line I admit and it's it's one that could tilt the wrong way, you know, we as reporters are obligated to be fair and neutral and we get into arguments all the time as do readers with us about what is what how you define those things but I don't think background per se is prejudicial. In fact, I think it's beneficial. But you know, we all need to check our prejudices. We all need to check our biases and act for them and and as a as a professional reporter, you know, you're not doing your job unless you do those things constantly. How far is the Washington Post media reporter Paul? Merch joining me. Take you 10 Sia. All right everybody. That's our show for Thursday. And that's it for me. This week. Amy Walter is in tomorrow and I'll be back on Monday and I want to give a shout out to the amazing team that makes this show every day Lee Hill is our executive producer David gave our executive assistant Polly irungu and Deana Syed Ahmed our our digital editors. Alexandra booty is our senior producer and her production team is Ethan Oberman Jose Olivera's Meg, Dalton, Jason birth. Ski and Lydia McMullen Laird Jackie Martin and Jake how it were our line producers this week and a big thanks to our board operator Debbie. And our sound designer and director Vince Fairchild. Thanks for listening. I'm tanzina Vega and this is the takeaway.

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Biogen Conference May Have Led To Thousands Of COVID-19 Cases

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Biogen Conference May Have Led To Thousands Of COVID-19 Cases

"It is a nightmare scenario. A business meeting held with the best intentions unintentionally spreads a devastating virus to thousands of people. A new report by researchers at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and released before peer review suggests that's just what happened with the now infamous biogen conference held at the Marriott Long Wharf in February. Here's Boston Mayor Marty Walsh reacting to the findings on CNN last night. This is a an eye opener for the rest of the country for people to see what does one event did this one event happened back in February at that point we had I think six case Krona virus here in the city of Boston and then it just multiplied and we within within a matter of weeks less than weeks we shut everything down here in the city of Austin. So, here to discuss the report is WB. You are common health reporter Angus Chan Angus welcome back to Radio Boston. Great to be here. Also with us as W. B. U. are common health editor Karrie. Goldberg. Hey there carry welcome back. Hey the thanks. So English I'll start with you. This report suggests forty percent of all COVA infections in Boston three percent of the US coming from this one meeting how to researchers even track that. The US mutations in the coronavirus that they linked to the biogen conference although I have to say, it's forty percent of Kobe Ninety infections in the Boston area but three percent of genome sequence in the US not three percent of US infections overall. But yes, used to stop you there guess what's the difference between a genome sequence and infections? What do you mean by that? Yeah. So every virus has a genome that is a little bit distinct sometimes from other corona viruses that are also SARS covy to cry viruses the the thing that Causes Code Nineteen. but. I. Virus at the same genome can impact multiple people, but it can also. But. You can also have like different genomes. That's. That that's actually what the researchers are studying. They're looking at all these different genomes. So no forty percent of all combined factions in the Boston area that could be from one genome or could be from one hundred genomes. Got It please go ahead. Right. So the researchers are looking mutations. That are different between different CRA coggins. Different between different coronavirus. It's important to know that the coronavirus mutates as it spreads. He's are basically small usually small inconsequential mutations don't change anything fundamental about the virus itself, but does get passed on from person to person and can treat this distinctive genetic signature Especially, kind of think of this as a photocopy like every time the virus produces in makes a photocopy of itself and sometimes. I've photocopies a little messed up. So then when you go and photocopy the photocopy, all this limited stakes get passed on. That's essentially what happened at the Belgian conference. A distinct mutation emerged just before the virus entered the conference coming from Europe most likely, and then that virus photocopied itself conference and gave birth to the second distinct mutation at or just after the conference. So, every time the researchers found those same mutations somewhere else. They have a pretty good idea disinfection stent somehow from that conference. The researchers at the road had been sequencing coronavirus genomes from Copenhagen nineteen patients all over the Boston area and looking at genomes that their colleagues sequenced around the world, and as we know now, they found that genetic fingerprints associated with conference all around the world. Here's how Bronwyn mcinnis the biogenesis. Of Mit and Harvard and senior author on the report put into context just how wide and impact this one event seems to have had. It is striking it certainly a an impact on the trajectory of the pandemic domestically and abroad just to another great example of how connected we all are and how. The viruses are fairly agnostic to. How they move who may in fact? From this one event this one conference we see infections going into. People who are high powered biotech executives to a significant portion of Boston's homeless population. Now, really fundamentally altered Massachusetts and to an extent, the rest of the planet. So Kerry, let me turn to you now. I remember US talking about the potential of super spreading events at the beginning of all of this did these results surprise you? Well the they didn't surprise me. They really struck me just the magnitude of the impact that one super spreading event could have. Not to make light of it but it made me say like maybe we need another term like super duper reading events or super super. He's writing events for the really take antics sources like like this, and as you say, we've known since very early on that super spreaders tend to be key to this and other pandemics but forty percent of our low cases from one gathering like to me. That's that's pretty incredible especially when you consider that at that point there. Are A lot of people still coming into the country from various places and I'd add that although the findings since then have been really consistent that super spreader events are central to the continuing spread of the pandemic. Some researchers are even saying now that if we could just ended them, we could end the pandemic, which is why I can really understand you know when governor Baker sounds like big gatherings are driving him crazy. You can. You can really feel for him. And just briefly carry results like this. What do they tell us about the public health response at the time of the conference and in the days after Well it was very early days. Right. But the most obvious thing I it seems to me they tell us is that it made no sense to close the door only to China back then when the virus was already clearly spreading in Europe and there were lots of people coming in still from from Europe and other places it really easy to have twenty twenty hindsight but also you just can't help. But think that if big gatherings had just been banned even just a little earlier, it could have made a really big difference. In case, I want to pick up a thread from when you were describing the results of the report because you made reference to its spread to Boston's homeless population and that really was striking I read that. One hundred ninety three samples the researchers collected from People Experiencing homelessness hundred twenty two appear to be linked to this conference. How do people think that even happened? Yeah. So the researchers think that they caught two infections that seems gone directly from or I should say two infections that seemed have gone directly from someone associated with the conference to someone experiencing homelessness how that happened exactly is totally impossible to no no he could be someone who was in a shelter who live shelter and also to the venue where the conference was held or somehow interacted with conference attendee. Now, you could imagine that someone at the conference, maybe an intensity, maybe a hotel worker volunteered or worked at a homeless shelter as well. But whatever the pathway was once he's infections got into the shelter it spread really fast and really widely creating big clusters of new infections. Dr Jessica is Chief Medical Officer of the nonprofit Boston Healthcare for the homeless and also worked on the study. She says, the results are call for better public health strategies. It shows us just that were not only a small community in Boston, but we're a small a small community nationally even so. We've got to figure out how to protect vulnerable populations that are. Unfortunately a lot of the Times people who live in these congregate living facilities like shelters or assisted living homes, nursing homes that kind of thing are also at the greatest risk to cope in nineteen complications and so Gatot says we need to do better and making sure these communities are better protected from infection because once infectious introduced there, it's almost impossible to stop and the the consequences can be just devastating. Well it sounds like it. Kerry, you've over the months participated in a number of our Dr Collins and we often talk about research with the doctors and I because I want to talk about an important caveat here, this paper is not yet peer reviewed. It's not published in a scientific journal does that change how we should respond to interpret these findings? Well. TC under the fact that this is called a preprinted doesn't concern me for a few reasons. One is that this paper comes from an incredibly impressive bunch of researchers. Another is that even if this individual paper is wrong, it's still part of this growing hill or mountain of evidence that super spreader events are really important in this pandemic but I think most of all. It's not in a traditional scientific journal yet it hasn't been as you say peer reviewed, but it's on what's called a pre print server, which is called Med archive it's spelled med capital ex IV that does screen it's research before it's posted even though they don't do a formal peer review. So it's true that it's sort of not fully cooked, but but but it's cooked enough that I'll eat it personally. and Are we. GonNa stick with me carry. Time where that's great where we can't afford to wait for new science to go through the Peer Review Process and I wonder does that raise questions about the speed of the peer review process. Yes I mean I think we're catching a time when scientific publications are very much influx and that's a big piece of it that the process has traditionally been very slow and you're absolutely right that at a time like this, we do not have time for the typical months and months that it can take to get into a traditional journal, those journals like science and nature and New England Journal of Medicine are still the gold standard in in science and medicine. But the pre print servers sort of St-, more upstart he. Instant online servers have been rising for years and they've become incredibly important during the pandemic. So I'm so for example, with a paper like this, like it's worth noting that this is only a preprinted. But in this case, it doesn't make me question the papers validity and I definitely think that this is one of those things that are going to last long after the pandemic it was something that was ripe for change that papers come out faster I mean if you think about it, why should a paper on cancer wait for months either we need? This process can be sped up and I think this could be a good thing that comes out of the pandemic. and Larry I suppose to you go ahead and guess go ahead I just to jump in here. The this being a pre print doesn't mean it's not going to get peer reviewed early that process is still going to happen. We just get a little window into this information before it's totally through the end of the process. The irony of this. Let me ask both of you. biogen's gotTa be dying at this point as a company is a biotech company here at finds itself in the middle of this study with these results have either of you heard anything from them or heard any reactions from them. Yeah I I have you know biogen as a company? Throughout this whole pandemic in this process have been really eager. To to share their their employees and their data and their own super spreading events with researchers to find out how this happened and further our understanding of how the coronavirus spreads how evolves and how it behaves I. think that's biogen representative told me that they would never knowingly do anything to put their employees or anyone else at harm. And I have to believe that they're honest about that. Given especially given how much they've worked to make this information public. And and I'm. Just. I would add that you know there's definitely an element of bad luck here it and and experts super spreading events say that although there are clear correlates to what a super spreading event will be. It tends to be indoors. It tends to be a lot of people you know hobnobbing closely but but they're also is just an element of pure luck and the only thing I would add is that it does seem as if often in these events, there's one person who has somehow been a personal super spreader. Shedding loads and loads of virus at maybe a window when they were most infectious or their louder talkers more gregarious I. So hope that biogen if they figure out who this person was, they don't need to name them, but it would be really fascinating to get a more granular idea of what actually happened physically if that's at all possible. All right in our last minute or so let me ask both of you and Goodson Kerry, what are your biggest takeaways for going forward now and how about you I? The biggest takeaways from me are one a big super spending event like this can have a really substantial impact on the communities outside that events. It's always felt most local league but as It can also have an influence reaches all the way around the world. It's really important to think about that right now, as we're opening up in different ways most notably with schools and universities where a lot of people are going to be interacting more in classrooms, athletic activities, study groups, and so on. It'll be really crucial to think about the ways we can prevent outbreaks and control them if they do happen and second once an infection. Yes. Sorry. Go ahead. When. I was just thought you were done I was gonNA ask Harry but go ahead. Was a once infection begins spreading. Another takeaways it goes around really really fast. especially in Congress living shelters, he living scenario sorry like a shelter, a nursing home or college storm where people are in close quarters and share facilities. One last thing is that you know we talk about how crucial surveillance testing is but this research shows that genomic surveillance can be really helpful to know that sequencing and monitoring the genomes of infections in real time to know where they're coming from and how the spring involving. So keeping track of those photocopies Kerry how about big takeaways? Yes, I would just add to angus is last point, which is that in fact I put a couple of them together as colleges and universities reopen we have this valuable new type of research that lets us track at a very granular level housing, how the virus spreads and that can be very useful. For example, if a college trying to figure out how to respond to a little outbreak, they can see whether it came from side. So tell people to stay in more or whether there's really a lot of spread inside and they might need to close down. So it's just a it's a kind of a new kind of DNA forensics that that seems very useful at this moment. Well, thank you both for walking us through it. That's w are common health reporter. Angus, Chen thanks angus. Thank you. And WB are coming health editor Karrie. Goldberg good to talk to you again to thanks. You're welcome. The Republican National Convention Taking Place in Charlotte North, Carolina is unconventional for a number of reasons this year but that isn't stopping the party from pushing its number one agenda item, which is, of course to reelect president trump here is first lady Melania trump making the case for that from the Rose Garden last night and responding to some of the remarks made at last week's Democratic National Convention. I don't want to use this precious time attacking the other side. Because as we saw last week, that kind of talk only serves to divide the country further. I'm here because we need my husband to be our president and commander in chief for four more years. He's what is best for our country. So. Aside, from another term, what is at stake for the president and the Republican Party leading into November, and what does that mean for the voters of Massachusetts we'd like to get your reactions are you a trump supporter and are you watching the RNC this week what do you think is an effective set of messages to you are you on the fence is an effective set of messages to you and whether you're. A supporter or not are you finding it makes sense for you to concentrate on politics right now or is it hard to focus on something like a national convention eight, hundred, four, two, three, eight, two, five, five that's one eight, hundred, four to three talk or tweet us at Radio Boston. So joining us to talk about everything that's happening this week is conservative political analyst Jennifer serice. Welcome back to the show Jennifer. I. Nice to be here. I appreciate you joining us so Jennifer. We all knew that both conventions DNC in RNC would be not conventional bright had to be different and the RNC tried to be a little less. So considering that does have some in personnel amounts to it although very much scaled down from a traditional convention. So what that in mind in three days in now? How do you think it's going? Well, I don't think that either convention went or can go as well as it would. If they were in person events we didn't see Biden get the post convention bounce that that candidates usually get and I think part of that is because these conventions are somewhat virtual and because as you mentioned in your opening people are sort of focused on other things right now it's A. It's a time I think. We're even people who love politics might not be tuning in for all of the obvious reasons. Do you think that the president will also not get the traditional bounce from the RNC this week then to Jennifer? I don't know. We'll see will say I. Certainly. Don't think I'll get as much of a bounce, but time will tell. And when you see is the party's main agenda as we head into the November election, what are they laying out this week as the case? Well I. Think it's interesting because they really have been focusing on three themes as I see it patriotism capitalism and the rule of law, and those are very traditional. Republican themes and their themes that really appeal to. Conservatives and even moderates. Donald trump at all right to the people who have problems with Donald Trump's character or his ethics finds themselves sort of being brought back into the fold when they hear those messages and I, I talked to one voter actually who is conservative leaning but but had made up her mind because she dislikes doll trump's so much and after watching some of the speeches from. Nikki. Haley and Tim Scott and others. Says She's convinced. Let. Me just invite listeners into this conversation again to are you convinced? Are you a voter who's been on the fence and trying to figure out which direction you should go or if you are a longtime president trump supporter are you getting the messaging you expected and wanted from the Republican National Convention this year I'm GonNa go to a call eight, hundred, four, two, three, eight, two, five, five. That's one eight, hundred, four to three talk. We've got matt on the line from Weymouth. Matt. You're on with me and Jennifer Sarah's what's on your mind. Thanks so much for having me. I my mind right now I got a I got a concern you know. So just a quick background, I was raised conservative I grew up you know in a household that was conservative but we didn't have guns however after watching the RMC last night and I have a hard time figuring out what side of the fence on for instance, you know I do have ties to the cannabis industry. So after listening to the fact that you know if you go into another shutdown, you know we're going to like Kenneth Cannabis sensory stay open as well as you know. Just all around listening to how they were talking about. You Know Trans Rights you know, I'm somebody who has a lot of empathy and respect for people. So I just find myself more and more torn. You know the further these debates on and conventions go on. Thanks for bringing your voice into this match Jennifer. Well. I think it's interesting. I mean in Matt mentioned lockdowns I. Think the Republicans are trying very hard to portray the the Democratic Party is the Party of shutdowns and they're the party of you know they. The Republicans. Want to portray themselves as the party of of reopening and getting America back on track I do think that will resonate with a lot of people who have been very frustrated with the slow pace at the reopening. I WANNA I wanNA talk about some of the rhetoric. Jennifer, we heard a lot of critics of last week's Democratic National Convention or or even pundits supporting it talking about some dark themes that were brought forward and there have been some dark themes brought forward this week to one of the recurring lines of rhetoric has been. The president, as they said in one of the opening speeches, the bodyguard of Western civilization and I wanNA play Kimberly Guilfoil here a trump campaign senior adviser, and now Donald Trump junior's girlfriend talking about how Democrats are seen as a threat to Western civilization. They want to destroy this country and everything that we have fought for and hold dear they want to steal your liberty, your freedom they want to control what you see and think and believe so that they can control how you live. They want to enslave you to the week dependence liberal victim ideology to the point that you will not recognize this country or yourself. You know. Those are very strong words and this idea of body guarding Western civilization. What does the argument about what needs to be bodyguard? Well let me just start by saying as somebody wrote in the National Review earlier today that you know if Kimberly Guilfoil had been a character on the West Wing, the the producer of that show would have been rightful. They raked over the coals for for creating a caricature and you know a cartoon like portrayal of conservative. Women I mean that speech was just ridiculous I. Don't Care If you're donald trump or you're conservative I thought that speech was. Somewhat embarrassing and certainly doesn't speak for a lot. Republicans I know It had a very Evita Perron, quality to it sort of the way she was screaming and. Looking, beautiful and quaffed, but you know screaming at the to. Fire up the. Masses. I didn't care for at all so. I don't know that she I'm for she. She certainly was effective. To some segment of the base that that sort of share her approach I think she certainly didn't influence any moderates or people who are on the fence but I I, don't know that she deterred them either if they went on to watch other speakers. I'm going to go to another call in a minute, but before I do I wanNA follow up on that and say who this week has best spoken for and to you. Well I mean I I. Don't I'm not just speaking for myself. I'm speaking I think a lot of voters that I've spoken to over the past week and I I tend to speak to a lot of never trump conservatives. Right? I tend to speak to a lot of right-leaning moderates and. These people were all very impressed as was I with Senator Tim Scott. You know with former ambassador Nikki Haley You know Daniel camera the the Young Attorney General from Kentucky only thirty four years old I thought was extremely impressive and well-spoken. The trump family members kimberly gill foils. Those people are to play there for the base They're not gonNA convince people who might be trump skeptical but many of the other speakers I think were quite effective in convincing trump skeptics. I WanNa go to the phones here, eight, hundred, four, two, three, eight, two, five, five that's one eight, hundred, four to three talk. We've got Mike on the line from Somerville Mike Go Ahead. I just think that the the the era of globalization is kind of at. Its over basically with mass. Immigration and trade and I think that Trump actually came out as kind of a moderate figures saying, let's take a breather. Let's step back a little bit from that. There's been a lot of harm done. With that globalization mentality and I think he did a good job of being inclusive with that message and having lots of speakers, people of Color and kind of saying actually this is about just taking a step back just taking a breather and So I thought the the that the convention was very good with the way it was structured. Thanks for that call Mike and I want to pick up Jennifer on both Mike snowed about inclusivity there and your note about. The Attorney General from Kentucky that one in particular I think underscores some of the fault lines between what we heard in the DNC last week, and at the RNC this week because of course, that's also the attorney general who are critics would charge has not chosen to arrest police officers who were involved in the killing of Brianna Taylor. How do we deal with those fault lines in these seventy days or so before the November election? Is there a way for America to America to come together are those fault lines so deep that we're just going to be separated. Why I think there are very deep fault lines on public policy and I think it's sort of in world view. But you know as Attorney General Camera noted, and you know he's a young African American man. Not all blacks think alike and he took on. Vice President Biden for making not just one but three or four comments suggesting that African Americans are a monolithic voting group over his career and and I think that the way we come together is to recognize our diversity and our diversity of thoughts and to recognize that we won't always agree that there will often be very deep policy differences, but that doesn't make us. Traders to our race that doesn't make us racist It just means we have to find areas of common ground and we can only do that where we respect where the other side is coming from and not. Accused them of bad motives. So I, thought Dan, who cameron was very effective in speaking to that point. So. Let's stay with that for a second eight percent of black Americans voted for president trump and the two thousand sixteen elections, and there are many in the black community who have accused him very overtly of being racist that there may be policies that have not been. But that the president is, is there anything that has happened in the Republican National? Convention this week that might sway black voters you there's any chance in twenty twenty that a higher percentage gopher trump then did in two thousand sixteen. Well. I. Have to be honest with you before the killing of of George Floyd and and off the the protests in reaction we've seen since then I actually thought that president trump was on track to receive a larger share of the black vote than any. Republican in my lifetime. And part of that is because of his efforts on criminal justice reform that no other president of either party had taken on and also just from the things that I've been hearing when I talk with black voters again, many of them voted for President Obama but seem like this president and you know I should say I'm actually not somebody who really likes this. President. I think you know that you see on a fan of his character didn't vote for him in two, thousand, sixteen So. You know I'm very trump skeptical. But I do I did see movement. Amongst black voters towards president trump after the criminal justice reform took place I don't know You know I haven't really spoken to a lot of those people recently I don't know how it's going to tip. I still think he'll get more than eight percent. He got last time. I don't know that it'll be as high as I had originally predicted. Jennifer I'm going to ask you to sit tight because I want to bring another voice into the conversation we have. Janet. FOGARTY WHO's a delegate to the RMC this year and a national and state committee women from Massachusetts. The state. GOP, she's also the regional chair for southeastern Massachusetts in the Cape and the islands for the trump pence campaign. Welcome to Radio Boston Janet. Hello. Thank you having me. So. You were at the Convention in Charlotte what was that like? Well it was. It was great. It was very well organized and you know, of course we were very. cogan compliant. It was certainly different than two, thousand, sixteen in two, thousand, twelve I was delegates for that those conventions as well. Obviously, extremely scaled-back, only about three hundred delegates six or seven from each state were able to attend. So of our forty one, only six were able to be there. By it was, you know got the business of what it's all about done. So and you we did what we were there to do, and it was a success. For you. What are the key agenda items that you want to see from the president and that you needed to hear this week? well So far he's everything that has been The speakers that have been on, you know for the first night in second grade and. Everyone has pretty much laid out what I think that the agenda of the convention is You know the the land of promise land. Theme it's land of promise land of Opportunity Land of heroes and land of greatness. So each night, the speakers that selected. Threading all those things together and I think that so far I've seen what I've seen it's working. Jan and I know you know there are critics who would say that the opportunity and promise you're talking about haven't been available to some marginalized groups in the country how does the Party address that argument? Well. I think that as Jennifer mentioned. The this president has been. The president that has been able to increase the black Americans job employment ratios a pre coded, and you know even sits covid As we start to reopen the country the unemployment figures the gradually going down but for. In Black Americans, this president has been able to boost their economics standpoint enough society. Oh, I think that he it has been a success. Janet I'm going I. Will Pick up on the. So just very quickly for those who are on the fence are turned off by the president's rhetoric. What would you say to them? Well I would say that. Just look at what he has done. What he has he has you know promises made promises kept he is a someone who is not a politician by background as we know and they has been you know some missteps in along the way being not polished politician, but he has made promises and he's kept those promises and you don't really find that in many politicians and. I think that if you look at what he has done and what he intends to do over the next four years. It's aggressive but he will get it done. He will continue. In the past. In the past four years. Compound upon that in the next four. That's Janet fogarty twenty, twenty RNC delegate. Janet I appreciate you taking the time today. Thanks. Thank you. Thanks for having. So Jennifer Jennifer I want to turn back to you for just a minute. I do want to pick up on the question of Corona virus and Covid nineteen. Because it is, of note that the convention has not addressed the amount of loss of life. The disproportionate impact that the virus has had on people of color and low income people in the country and hasn't explored weather, the country and the president, and the administration did anything wrong and I wonder, of course, you want to put your best foot forward in a convention but any concerns with that? I think it's just what you said. It's conventions are about putting your best foot forward and sparring optimism and hope, and you did see the first lady mentioned it last night, which I thought was important But I also think you know there's not a person out there who doesn't know that we've been dealing with the coronavirus pandemic for Six months who doesn't know how serious it is who hasn't been touched by it or lost a loved one or someone gets sick and you know most people are really looking. For Hope for the future they're not. They don't want to hear negativity and so I think it's smart politics, frankly. Not to dwell on. On what we couldn't control frankly. But to talk more about how we're going to rebuild how we're going to reopen hope for vaccine hopes for treatments. I. Think that's what People WanNa hear. Now you know they're going to be listener saying wait there are things we could have controlled here. Well, what do you think we could have controlled I, mean this is a virus it it doesn't the virus is not political virus doesn't know borders And there. Yeah. Yes. Of course there are things we could control we could have protected our elderly population better we. could have protected the most vulnerable better. We could have not shut down the schools and frankly costs children, months of academic progress. And you know you talk about how this disease has had disproportionate impact on poor communities in communities of color, and that's true. But so has the lockdown and particularly the closure of schools has negatively impacted communities of color it ways that they might not be able to make up at those particular students may not be able to make up and that's very tragic So you know I think the Republicans are talking a lot about reopening schools about making sure that that the poorest communities are served 'cause the rich kids are sending their kids to private school the rich people so. This hotel has is that. I got to stop their gender so much more. We could debate there but I'm so grateful you came on conservative political analyst Jennifer Per Sarah's thanks for joining us. No problem talk to you soon. As our conversation before the break demonstrated, our political minds are wholly occupied this week with the upcoming elections. But here at Radio Boston stomachs are stuck in the recent past last week to be exact at the Democratic national. Convention. Stayed appetizer Calamari is available in all fifty states the column Comeback State of Rhode. Island cast one vote for Bernie Sanders and thirty four votes for the next President Joe Biden? That is, of course, Joe McNamara The chair of the Rhode Island State. Democratic Committee and we spoke with him on. Radio Boston last week and while that TV moment might have become a social media punchline for McNamara Calamari is serious business many businesses especially the restaurant industry in virtually every state. As been decimated by this pandemic. But on top of that fishing industry in Rhode Island that supplies many of the restaurants with quality seafood products was also devastated. So we got to thinking what is the real story behind? Rhode Island's state appetizer and how did CALAMARI become king of the ocean state well turns out. There is someone who can help us answer that we're GONNA turn to an unlikely column expert, S E Cup, she's a political commentator and host of CNN's S. E. Cup unfiltered a columnist for the New York Daily News and the reporter behind a daily beast expose titled the Rise of Calamari fueled by Rhode Island's dirty Politics Se Cup. Welcome to Radio Boston. Angst a good to be with you Great to have you. I know you're a native new Englander and I'm just curious. I. What was your reaction to Joe McNamara's use of column. At, the DNC for the roll-call. We'll my jaw dropped I was watching like everyone else and because I you know as you mentioned I wrote about this story to see a familiar face in Joe McNamara and then Listen to a mention Calamar. A, well, it was a blast from the past and I. I. I was laughing but at the same time I thought that is so great for Joe McNamara who was very as you mentioned very serious about what squid Calamari means. Rhode Island. So let's back from moment you talked about a blast from the past, and of course, we had some fun coming up with some puns for today. So you did use a lot of ink reporting columbine and I have to ask why is that a black blast from your past? How did you wind up working on this story? So in two thousand, fourteen, I was I was covering politics but a story came across my desk from Rhode Island and they had just passed a bill naming Calamar as the official state appetizer and I thought. There's gotTa be more this story and my husband's from Rhode Island I'm from Massachusetts know little about the area and what food culture means to Rhode Island and I just started kinda poking around and the more I. I invested in this story the deeper I went the more people I talk to the more research. I did. It well, it grew tentacles and I just. I couldn't stop because I, get onto one subject say Rhode Island politics, and then I veer off into another interesting subject, the rise of Sweden America, and it became sort of eight stories in wine. Eventually, I had to like I had to turn the faucet off and say, okay I just have to write this now. And it and it was we're the funniest things I've ever worked on. So I. think There's a lot of people including me who before this didn't know there was a rise of squid in America and I wonder if you can connect the dots for us. So Call Amari winds up becoming kind of the king of Italian restaurants and Tgi Friday's type places with appetizer menus. But as you say, it's also a story of a deep Rhode Island politics with with corruption in the mix connect those dots worst. How does this unfold? Will back in the fifties sixties seventies eating squid was not a thing in America a certainly among Western audiences. It just wasn't and in fact. Researchers spent federal grant money and and university time and resources trying to come up with ways to make squid more palatable to American. To American audiences and with very little success cut to the eighties with an influx of different kinds of cultural foods, Asians and Italians, and there was this new embrace of Calamari and it went from total obscurity to you big witty in a what felt like a matter of minutes overnight in fact the New York Times started calling this phenomenon when a food say Kale or Keane Wa goes from obscurity to ubiquity the Calamari index and so. It really was a phenomenon and it meant a lot in particular to Rhode. Island Rhode Island has one of the largest squid landings. On the northern seaboard on the eastern coast, it's one of the biggest economic movies for the state and so when chairman, McNamara had this idea. To use one of the states, great resources and something that you know every Rhode Island restaurant is proud of Rhode. Island Kamari. To boost the economy and and the marketability of Rhode Island. He meant it. He it was not a silly. A PR move for him for him. He really saw he saw dollar signs. He saw publicity. He saw all good things from a state that I'm sure you know gets a lot of bad headlines. So. I. Want to talk about the fishing industry for a minute to and to kind of a serious note on it for a minute last night the RNC we heard from a Maine lobster Jason Joyce who spoke in favor president trump in his work reversing Obama administration actions to protect marine. Wildlife. Here he is. I live in an island with three, hundred, seventy residents and lobster in this how we provide for our families. As long as trump is president fishing families like mine will have a voice. But if Biden wins, he'll be controlled by the environmental extremist who want to circumvent longstanding rules and impose radical changes that are coastal communities. So we know that there are real struggles in the fishing industry in New England we know that that is part of the story behind the rise of Calamari. Squid as you talked about it in this urgency to get squid into. Palo bottle recipes and mainstream dining as political observer, which you are. Are you surprised today to see the New England fishing industry showing up in places like national conventions right now really is remarkable on both sides of the aisle and as a new Englander. I'm proud as someone who likes official I think that's great that these issues are being highlighted on. It's tough though in a convention in a, you know a Rhode Island shout-out during the roll-call or a three minute speech to really delve into these very complex issues in a meaningful way. But at the very least if it encourages people to read a little bit more or ask a few more questions about these industries I think that's only positive. Now you talk about this confluence of events, political events and business events that led to representative McNamara being in the position to try to push for a state, an official state appetizer Calamari, can you tell us a little bit about that at and was there controversy around? Passing legislation for an official state appetizer I mean there was and that's what what in part got me. So interested in this story, because this was not actually an easy legislative victory, it took time and convincing the words political infighting. Chairman McNamara used some language on godfather to describe what was going on and I spoke to him today we followed up because I wanted. To check in with him and He's real excited about the publicity obviously that this continues to get. But at the time he had opposition not only from Republicans who thought this was silly legislation I think at the time there only six in the legislature but still and from from other lobby groups like the quaters you know. Who wanted that kind of representation to he had to remind them to know you're already the official state shellfish. But. But Calamar Squid deserves it's it's day in the sun too. So he had to convince his own legislative body to take this seriously and he had to convince Rhode Island voters as well who have as strong feelings about about their food culture and so there was actually a lot of controversy around whether this was serious whether this was going to be ultimately good for the Squid Indus Industry if it was going to punish industries if this was going to help make Rhode Island look matter or worse there was a lot that went into this that you wouldn't. You wouldn't imagine with such a seemingly innocuous bill but but it wasn't innocuous. So in our our last minute or so did it deliver are going to try trot? Another Pun does the Rhode Island economy have legs now it didn't before because of this push for the Calamari industry well, yes and no. German macnamara would will tell you that it. It's been tremendous or Rhode Island tourism, both in the wake of its passing and later they've had Calamar festival that that's been very successful for the last five years minuses one because of covid and he says demand has been up all the fishing vessels are are out He says that economically they've had their largest landing of sixty million squibb just the last year and he said that the DNC shoutout. Got, the Rhode. Island restaurant industry the biggest biggest boost. It's ever gotten a from any kind of publicity campaign. Now, the other side is Rhode Island's economy is still struggling and it was struggling at the time. It's been struggling for decades, and that's because a lot of a lot of systemic problems. This bill and Suede have not have not turned that around, but it's arguable that. The concentration on Rhode Island. Kalmari. Has, been good for has been good for the economy, not a total sales, but certainly a boon. Well this has been fascinating S.. E. Cup is a political commentator and host of CNN's S. E. Cup unfiltered and a columnist for the New York? Daily? News. You can find a link to her column reporting on our Website Radio Boston Dot Org. Esi thank you so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me.

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"Hi i'm amy goodman this year. Democracy now turns twenty five years old. That's right twenty five years of bringing you the voices and stories. You won't hear. In the corporate media. Democracy now is always refuse to take government or corporate funding because nothing is more important to us than our editorial independence. Nothing is more important to us than telling you the truth but that means we rely on you our audience for support please visit democracy now dot org right now and make your twenty five dollar contribution in honor of our twenty fifth anniversary and help us stay on air for another twenty five years and then another twenty five after that. Thank you so much and remember wearing a mask is an act of love wearing to is even better from new york that is democracy now. Fifty seven days are three. This senate has acquitted. Donald trump for inciting the deadly january six insurrection at the capitol as your seven. Republicans joined democrats voting. To convict january. Sixth will live as a day of infamy. In the history of the united states of america the failure to convict donald trump will live as a vote of infamy in the history of the united states senate will air highlights from the impeachment proceedings and speak to former reagan administration. Attorney bruce fein who joined ralph nader calling for senators to subpoena witnesses then as the us death toll from covid nineteen approaches. Half a million. A new report says nearly forty percent of those deaths were avoidable. We'll speak to the reports co author. Dr mary bassett the former health. Commissioner of new york city. Who's now at harvard. University commission on public policy. In the trump era went beyond the idea. That the covid nineteen was the result of failures and public health and healthcare access. All of these are big problem. And also at the long term trends that have made the united states so vulnerable the worst pandemic and a century all that and more coming up. Welcome to come on prec- now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I'm amy goodman. The senate's acquitted donald j trump for inciting the deadly january six capital insurrection in his second impeachment trial fifty seven senators backed convicting the former president but the vote fell short of the two-thirds majority needed. It was the most bipartisan impeachment. Trial verdict ever with seven republicans voting with democrats to convict senate majority leader chuck schumer blasted republicans for siding with the president who tried to overturn an election and incited a mob to attack the capital. This was about choosing country over. Donald trump and forty three republican members chose trump. they chose it trump. Shortly after the vote senate republican leader mitch mcconnell who voted to acquit trump. Took to the floor to criticize the former president. There's no question. The president trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day but mcconnell went on to defend his vote to clear trump on constitutional grounds. But in this case the question is mood because former president trump trump is constitutionally god eligible conviction president trump could have been tried while still in office. But it was mitch. Mcconnell who refused to bring back from recess in january to hold the trial calls are now growing for trump to face criminal prosecution as well as the formation of a government commission to investigate. what happened. Meanwhile some republicans who voted to convict. Trump are already facing fallout republican. Senator bill cassidy of louisiana and richard burr north carolina. We're both censured by their state. Parties for voting. To convict trump will have more on the senate trial after headlines. New information continues to emerge about the insurrection. Participants the new york times reports at least six people who are part of the mob that entered the capital worked as security for trump ally roger stone and were linked to the far right oath keepers. Huffpost is reporting at least fifty seven state and local. republican officials were at the capitol insurrection. And almost all have faced calls to resign only two if step down. Both were arrested for taking part in the riot in one case. A florida. county. Commissioner joe mullins sponsored buses to transport people to washington. Dc in the lead up to january six. he said on a local radio program quote. Maybe there are some liberals. I'd like to see their heads. Cut off new cove. Nineteen cases in the us continue to fall steadily around the united states. Start to loosen restrictions. Republican governors in iowa. Montana north have lifted statewide mask. Mandates despite warnings from the centers for disease control to leave mask requirements in place public health. Experts warn daily case numbers remain dangerously high and that rapidly spreading virus variants could create new surges. Researchers have found at least seven fast-spreading corona virus lineages in the us with the same mutation providing more evidence that variance are evolving to become more transmissible. The us has now administering. Nearly one point. Seven million cove in one thousand nine hundred vaccinations per day on average surpassing president. Biden's goal of one point five million a day chief white house medical adviser. Dr anthony fauci told nbc who believes the overwhelming majority of people in the us could be vaccinated by the middle or end of summer. By the time we get to april. That will be what i would call for. You know for better. Wording open season namely virtually everybody and anybody in any category could start to get vaccinated fowl. She said vaccines for children. As young as six or seven could be authorized by the start of the next school year. The cdc issued new guidelines friday for schools to reopen safely. The agency says vaccinating. Teachers is not a prerequisite but schools must adhere to strict measures including mandatory face masks physical distancing and contract tracing cnn notes. Ninety nine percent of us children living what the cdc considers a red zone an area with high levels of community transmission for which the agency recommends virtual classrooms for middle and high schools and hybrid learning for elementary schools. A recent national education association survey found only eighteen percent of teachers who responded were vaccinated although a large majority wanted to be white. Teachers have been vaccinated over twice the rate of black teachers around the united states. A new british government study builds on earlier reports that fast spreading variant. I found in the uk leads to an increased risk of hospitalization and could be up to seventy percent more deadly this comes as disability rights advocates in britain or condemning the discriminatory response by the government and hospitals and treating covert nineteen patients with mental disabilities. A recent investigation found. Do not resuscitate orders were given to people because they had mental disabilities causing potentially avoidable deaths. Cnn reports the world health organization team probing the origins of covid nineteen and john. China believes the outbreak was much more widespread in december two thousand nineteen than officials have revealed elsewhere new zealand's largest city. Auckland is in a three day lockdown. After three corona virus infections were identified its new zealand's first lock down in six months. After prime minister jacinda ardern government stamped out the virus. Guinea has declared a bullet epidemic after an outbreak killed at least three people and sick and four others there. The first cases in guinea since two thousand sixteen when health officials declared an end to the world's largest ebola epidemic which killed more than eleven thousand people across west africa. Meanwhile the world health organization has identified three new cases of in bola in the democratic republic of congo in burma. Armored vehicles had been unleashed on the streets of major cities as mass protests opposing. The military coup continued for the tenth consecutive day today in the northern state of kachin security forces fired at a crowd of protesters had gathered outside a power plant sunday. They also used water cannons to disperse the crowd. Five journalists were arrested while covering the clash on sunday security forces raided the homes of several prominent critics of burma's military coup activists around the world are calling on indian authorities to free dish. Ravi a twenty two year-old climate activist. Who was arrested over the weekend. She's accused of sharing an online which was tweeted by swedish. Climate activists could at the tune. Betty white information on how to support the ongoing farm workers protests ravi is one of the founders of the indian fridays for future youth climate strike in somalia a blast from a car bomb near the parliament headquarters in the capital. Mogadishu killed at least three people and wounded at least eight others on saturday. The attack came amidst a deepening political crisis which led to the postponement of elections last week. The militant group al shabaab which threatened has threatened to attack the polls massive protests continuing haiti thousands or taking to the streets demanding the resignation of president juvenal accusing him of orchestrating coup to in power beyond his term. It's about mussa. Handed support of donald trump using some venezuela calling on the americans to trump's policies. Get rid of the terrorists. Moise mandate as commission this calm immigrant justice advocates continue to denounce the biden. Administration's ongoing deportations of haitian asylum-seekers a warning to our audience. The next story contains disturbing images of violence advocates across the united states are condemning the rise of racist violence against the asian american community last month in eighty four year. Old man from thailand was killed in san francisco after being attacked while on his morning. Walk just days later. A ninety one year old asian man was shoved to the in oakland's chinatown and in new york city last week a sixty one year old filipino. Man was slashed in the face. While on the subway. Asian americans say hate crimes and discrimination against their communities have been on the rise since the beginning of the pandemic some twenty eight hundred incidents have been reported since last march according to the group oppy hate stop a hate. Activists and allies in oakland held a rally over the weekend. This is connie one. Co founder of asian and pacific. Islander women lead what about that vitamin of living in poverty under a system. That doesn't seem to care about our people. That's the violence. We need to answer to the vigil coming out here causing more police. I need you to answer some of that. Violence i want you represent events community. Awful suffering the aboard tation to bet violence in detention centers. For an amount of times. I need you there for that true. And then they're not even accounting for the violence that are women are experiencing on youtube account for that allegiant. Airlines has come under fire after they kicked four black teenagers off a flight last week. Leaving them stranded in arizona far from their homes and sacramento california. The teens were in arizona with their basketball or part of a youth mentor ship program. Cold voice of the youth. Allegiant airlines ledges. They were not wearing their face masks properly. But the boys say they adjusted them when asked by airline staff one teen says he was afraid for his life when police showed up to remove them from the plane. A coalition of international human rights legal groups are preparing to submit a report to the u n high commissioner for human rights about racist police practices in the united states. The report will be based on the findings of the international commission of inquiry on systemic racist police violence against people of african descent in the united states. As part three weeks of hearings to make a palmer. The mother of brianna taylor testified before the commission about how her twenty six year old daughter was shot to death in her own home. In louisville by plain clothes officers serving a no knock warrant briana was in one of the safest places in the world to be home with the person she thought would protect her from the world and he tried to do just that with the laws that are given to us to protect and serve our kingdoms and when that law was broken there was no accountability for the people that broke that law for the people who perjured themselves to obtain a warrant that. Put those people in motion for daniel camera. Who lied about the casey presented to the grand jury and get injustice or berry and never gave them the opportunity to charge other officers even when next. That was brianna. Taylor's mother to make a palmer you can read and watch all the testimonies from the increments and systemic racist police violence at inquiry commission dot org. The new york. Police departments arrested individual in connection with four stabbing attacks in house people in the subway over the weekend which left two of the victims dead and why pd announced it was adding five hundred more police officers to patrol subways organizer whitney who responded on twitter on twitter. There's always money for more cops in the subway system but never enough money to actually house is the homeless and keep them safe and warm in news from the white house. Deputy press secretary. Tj duck low has resigned following revelations last week he made threatening and assad gymnastic comments to political reporter tara palmeri telling her quote i will destroy you after. She asked him to comment on his romantic relationship. With an actually reporter duck. Low had originally been suspended for a week. President biden told incoming staff during a swearing in ceremony. That if anyone spoke to a colleague with disrespect quote i will fire you on the spot and longtime investigative journalists. Jim ridgway has died at the age of eighty four reg- way was the washington correspondent for the village voice for thirty years. He also wrote for mother. Jones ramparts new republic the nation and other outlets in a career that spans six decades in two thousand ten. Jim ridgway co-founded solitary watch focused on the plight of prisoners in solitary confinement. Some of their stories appeared in ridgway's book. Hell is a very small place. Voices from solitary confinement. You can see our interviews. With james ridgeway at democracy now dot org and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report when we come back. The senate's acquitted donald trump for inciting the deadly january six insurrection. We'll talk with a former reagan administration lawyer about what the acquittal means and what the house democratic managers could have done to change. that verdict. Stay with us last thing off. Aw i'm so bored with the usa. By the clash the says democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I mean he could win. Seven republicans joined with all fifty democrat saturday voting to convict chano trump for inciting the deadly january sixth insurrection at the capital but the vel vote fell far short of the two-thirds majority needed senate. President protandim vermont. Senator patrick layhee read the results of the vote as our fifty seven. The nays are forty. Three two thirds of the senators president having guilty. The senator judges responded donald john trump former president united states is not guilty as charged in article impeachment shortly after the vote. Senate majority leader. Chuck schumer blasted republicans for siding with donald trump january. Sixth will live as a day of infamy. In the history of the united states of america the failure to convict donald trump will live as a vote of infamy in the history of the united states. Senate this was about choosing country over. Donald trump and forty three republican members chose trump. they chose trump. even though republican senators prevented the senate from disqualifying donald trump for any office of honor trustor profit. Under these united states. there is no question. Donald trump has disqualified himself. I hope i pray. And i believe that the american people will make sure of that while the senate cleared trump. He could still face criminal charges for his actions on january. Six republican senate leader mitch. Mcconnell took to the floor after voting to acquit donald trump. former president. Trump's actions preceded the riott a disgraceful disgraceful dereliction of duty. There's no question john. President trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day. No question about the people who storm this building believed they were acting on the wishes and instructions their president and having that believe was a foreseeable consequence of the growing crescendo of false statement conspiracy theories and reckless verbally which the defeated president kept shouting into the largest megaphone on planet earth with police officers bleeding and broken glass covering capital floors he kept repeating election laws and praising the criminals president trump still in office. I would have carefully considered whether the house managers proved very specific charge by the criminal standard. The president's speech probably was an ought however however in the context of impeachment. The senate might have decided. This was acceptable shorthand for the reckless. That preceded the riot but in this case the question is moot because former president trump trump is constitutionally thought eligible for conviction that senate republican leader. Mitch mcconnell will soon after house speaker. Nancy pelosi criticized mcconnell for preventing the senate from holding a trial while trump was still an office in january. So for mitch mcconnell. Create the situation where it could not have been heard before the twentieth or even begun before the twenty eighth in the senate to say all the things he said. Oh my gosh about donald trump and how powerful he was and is and then say but the time that the democrat. The house shows to bring it over. No we didn't choose. You chose not to receive it house speaker. Nancy pelosi called mcconnell pathetic. She made this surprise appearance. At the house. Managers news conference after the senate acquitted. Donald trump meanwhile some republicans who voted to convict trump or all ready facing fallout the louisiana. Republican party has censured. Senator bill cassidy the north carolina. Republican party is voting today to censure. Richard burr the biggest surprise in the closing days of the trial centered on the question of calling witnesses. On friday night republican congresswoman arab hitler released a statement revealing that republican house leader kevin mccarthy had told her about a call he had with president trump amidst the january six insurrection. We're trump expressed support for the rioters. Trump reportedly told mccarthy. Well kevin i guess these people are more upset about the election. Then you are unquote. Kevin mccarthy then reportedly responded something. Like who the f do you think you're talking to on saturday. The house impeachment managers called for witnesses. A move that could prolong the trial by weeks or even months. The senate then voted to allow witnesses but after republicans threaten to call over a hundred witnesses the impeachment managers agree to forgo calling any if congresswoman statement could be put into the record as evidence it was we are joined. Now by bruce fine he was associate deputy attorney general and general counsel of federal communications commission under president reagan. He previously served as counsel to republicans on the drink congressional committee on covert arms sales to iran. He's a constitutional lawyer who testified on countless occasions before congress and author of the book american empire before the fall. Welcome to democracy. Now bruce fine. It's great to have you with us. Can you start by responding to the acquittal of donald j trump on saturday. I i think i would re characterize the nature of the charge. It wasn't insurrection. Against the capital alone it was a stab in the back of the united states constitution and two hundred and thirty years of unbroken peaceful transitions of presidential power. Because the purpose of the storming wasn't just to defile capital or even threaten lives. It was to prevent mike pence the vice president from executing his constitutional duty under the twelfth amendment and the electrical contact to count state certified electoral votes that would pronounce. Joe biden the winner by having captured a majority. It was an effort basically to destroy the rule of law and the constitution itself. It would put us in the same situation that russians fine with mr putin and his elections president z. In china that was what this was about. It wasn't some kind of garden variety just riot. It was an effort to undo two hundred and thirty years of heroic sacrifices of our founding fathers of those who fought at cemetery ridge omaha beach and otherwise that was what was at stake here And crab tries it as an is. I think vastly downplays the importance of the issue. The second thing that i want to underscore is that. It's conceptually wrong to think of impeachment as an after the fact sanction for me impeach mos designed as a prophylactic something that would prevent someone from remaining in office if they created a clear and present danger to our constitutional dispensation. And whatever else you can say about mr trump speeches and exhortations incendiary words whether or not they in fact caused the insurrection because they're surly evidence of some planning by some in advance. It clearly shows a huge danger to our constitutional system. Especially when you think about the background of this president saying on july twenty two thousand nineteen and the manner of a monarch then. I have article to where. I have the right to do anything i want as president and he was as good as his word he floated the constitution virtually daily. He turned the white house into a crime scene by hatch act violations in using government property employees to mode his twenty twenty campaign. He flouted congressional subpoenas for testimony and information. He issued executive orders in view of legislation. He continued unconstitutional. Wars on and on and on that is not a clear and present danger to our constitutional system. I don't know what it is and it really is quite frightening that now. We have a president pay precedent that says a president has the right to do anything he wants that he wishes to without sanction is no longer the rule of law. So i want to go to this issue of the witnesses. Let's go to the lead house. Impeachment manager congressman jamie raskin of maryland. Speaking on meet the press sunday defending the decision not to call witnesses during the trial. We have no regrets at all. We left it totally out there on the floor of the. Us senate and every senator knew exactly what happened. Just go back and listen to mcconnell speech. Everybody was convinced of the case. We put forward. But you know as the defense lawyer said. Just pick any one of these constitutional defenses and then you can justify it could be first amendment. You could be. It could be due process. All of them are nonsense. I thought that i successfully demolished them at the trial. But you know there's no reasoning with people who basically are acting like members of religious and when they leave office should be selling flowers dulles airport. So that's lead house impeachment manager. Jamie raskin bruce. Find your spots. I think jamie and he's a professional friend in at least a semi personal friend. I think he misconceived the nature of the audience of an impeachment trial. It's not just the senators. It's all the american people. Everyone who voted the president is a nationwide election and he needs to convince not only the senators. If this is going to work and have lasting effect he needed to have a case that convinced the american people. They don't live inside the beltway. Most of them don't and aren't immersed of this every day like he is in perhaps the senators and that was the need for the witnesses now. Also he overlooks the fact that the defense raised the issue that congresswoman butlers exchange with kevin mccarthy event. They argued that. Mr trump was calling for peace during the storming during the insurrection that he wanted them to stop. It's obviously not true. If mr mccarthy is correct and miss butler is and there's other evidence as well with the jamie raskin on this issue of butler. This was saturday before the impeachment. Trial concluded senators voting in favor of allowing witnesses which threatened to extend the proceedings. The development came after republican congress. Member came forward. We're talking about jamie butler about comments. Trump made during his assault to kevin mccarthy but last night congresswoman jaime herrera butler of washington state issued a statement confirming that in the middle of the insurrection when house minority leader kevin mccarthy called the president to beg for help. President trump responded and i quote. Well kevin i guess. These people are more upset about the election. Then you are. Needless to say this is a an additional critical piece of corroborating evidence for that reason and because this is the proper time to do so under the resolution that the senate adopted to set the rules for the trial we would like the opportunity to subpoena congresswoman her rarer so their request by the house and patron managers to introduce new. Witnesses prompted this tense debate between the lead house impeachment manager. Jamie raskin and trump defense attorney. Michael vander veen. The only thing that i ask if you vote for witnesses do not handcuffed me. By limiting the number of witnesses that i can have only one person. The president's council really needs to interview and that's their own client and bring him forward as we suggested last week because a lot of this is matters that are in his head. Why did he not act to defend the country after he learned of the attack. Why was he continuing to press the political case. This piece of evidence is relevant to that for the house managers to say we need depositions about things that happened after. It's not just not true but if he does. There are a lot of depositions that need to be happened and not zoom. None of these depositions should be done by zoom. We didn't do this. Hearing by zoom these depositions should be done in person in my office in philadelphia. That's where they should be done. Yes neko vander. Veen is a personal injury lawyer in philadelphia who actually sued donald trump. Last year he filed a lawsuit against trump accusing him of making repeated claims. That mail voting is ripe with fraud despite having no evidence in support of these claims that just a side note but if you can talk about this Interaction and then the attorney. The house impeachment energy getting the right to have witnesses and then going back on it not wanting to extend the trial well. This is my deduction having spent most of my life here in washington. Dc approaching fifty years. It may sound cynical. But i think the democrats in some sense did not want a conviction which would relieve mr mcconnell and his cohorts who were opposed to mr trump of the headache for four years trying to confront a very divided and splintered republican party because the conviction clearly would have been followed by a vote to disqualify mr trump from the twenty twenty four presidential elections. And that would mean he would be out of the republican party in politics probably and now the republicans are the ones that are facing. The headache is your show. Already indicated those who voted in favor of conviction already confronting central votes back home clear clear divisions in the party because otherwise i think what happened is that even though mr raskin and the other house managers wanted witnesses. I think the leadership chuck schumer and nancy pelosi made a different political calculation. And said why should we do that. we probably won't get a conviction anyway. Let's just leave. Mitch mcconnell and And liz cheney to fight their own battle internet's in warfare and we'll move forward and have better prospects for re election in twenty twenty four because otherwise it makes no sense for jamie raskin on the one hand to ask for witnesses after he had earlier. Asked that mr trump be a witness and then turn around and accept something. That's no witnesses at all. After he had only engaged with the defense counsel nothing more and his argument. I say that well. They already had the evidence if that were true. Then why did he even ask for adding the statement of congresswoman butler So i think this was a deal that was cut at the top levels between the democratic leadership believing let the republicans be at each other's throats for next four years and there was a lot of talk about for example. Chris coons who is considered one of the biden whispers the senator from his home state of delaware walking in on the house managers in saying the jury is ready to vote which was sort of sending message that biden wanted to move on wanted to deal with covert relief and other things that concern that mitch. Mcconnell could somehow Say that if the trial is going to continue wouldn't allow any other senate work to happen which prevent essential. Bill is like that for moving forward. But i wanted to ask you about what's next for trump. You have a number of possible criminal investigations The manhattan day probe of trump's finances the lanna. Da probe of trump election schemes. Like interfering with the secretary of state demanding to find more than eleven thousand votes The georgia secretary of state probe of trump's calls. And then you have in dc both the attorney general and the dc us attorney Possible incitement of violence charge around that. Very january six insurrection. Civilly you've got the new york. Attorney general investigating the trump organization. You've got the to defamation suits against trump for abusing and in one case raping women gene carols defamation lawsuit and some reserve osas defamation lawsuit will the most i believe important. is the potential for federal criminal prosecution Under the incitement of insurrection prohibition for those who are interested it's in title eighteen. Us code twenty three Twenty eight forty three. It provides as a punishment for having incited insurrection to prevent the execution of the laws of the united states including properly counting electoral votes a disqualification from holding future office in the united states And that would be the equivalent of the same punishment that would have ensued if he was convicted of an impeachable offense. Now the big issue is going to be. The resolution of joe biden has new attorney. General merrick garland to pursue that. This issue of moving forward on mr trump is not can be made by low level civil servants in the department of justice. It's going to be made it the highest levels. And i'm worried because if i think back about president obama coming in on the heels of mr bush and stating and his attorney general stating oh yes. The enhanced interrogation program was torture which is an international law crime as well as a crime under us law and they did absolutely nothing to pursue those who conceded they were doing waterboarding hundreds of times that was defined by mr obama and torney general air colder as torture And the politics is going to at least says threatens to interfere with the obligation to do justice which i think would be a tragedy because after all the law lives by precedents and if we don't have accountability for this terrible terrible gentleman mr trump who basically wanted to turn the country back to a monarchy. Then that precedent will lie around like loaded weapon ready to be used by any other successor in the white house to destroy the country completely and say well. I'm just doing what mr trump did. He got away with no double standards for me. They have to look beyond the politics of the moment to our sturdy. So they can inherit freedom liberty Government by the consent of the governed as we did because our forefathers also made sacrifices for the long term rather than their immediate self interest. Finally a bruce fine. The ap reports bipartisan support appears to be growing for an independent september eleventh style commission into the deadly insurrection that took place the us capital. And let's just say seven people died Not only The police officer the capitol police officer sick nick but two officers also took their own lives. Afterwards that's the total seven but what about this independent commission and what that would mean. Well there's nothing in concept that i would oppose about an independent commission but i think it's too slow and moreover the constitution crates the independent commissions. It's called the congress of the united states where every members sworn to uphold and defend the constitution. We didn't need an independent commission to investigate watergate. It was able to be done fairly. The american people sought. We saw the witnesses. They have the subpoena power have more authority than it commission. Because congress unknown to most members and the american people has the authority to detain people. If they don't appear in response to subpoenas they can find people they don't need to go to court and wait our. After years day after day year after year in litigation and the watergate is the model. We need to have the congress. They need to be accountable for the decisions witnesses. We've gone too long. Congress runs fleas away from any decision that requires them to be accountable for their actions. Just as we witnessed on the impeachment vote where we had some members like senator. Thom tillis saying well. He should be convicted because he committed a crime but didn't vote. Because i don't want to have to confront the voters. That's not acceptable. If you don't want to comply with your oath to uphold defend the constitution. Don't serve in congress though i said finally one more. Is it possible that still the congress could vote to prevent donald trump from running for federal office. It was always said after the senate trial if he were convicted by two thirds. Vote which he wasn't he was short by. They were short ten votes then a majority could vote to strip him of the right to run but is there still a chance. They could invoke the fourteenth amendment. And do that. No you're referencing. Section three of the fourteenth amendment. That clearly would be a bill of attaining the precise issues that you've described amy was raised right after the civil war and its case in the. Us supreme court card ex party garland where the congress sought to prevent anyone who had engaged in the Confederate states the union from practicing law and the supreme court said. You're clearly trying to impose punishment that can be only done with the trappings of due process in a court of law. It can't be done by legislative decree. The constitution's prohibition of on bill would prohibit going down that path. Well i wanna thank you. For being with us bruce. Fine associate deputy attorney general at the fcc. Under president reagan he previously served as counsel to republicans and the joint congressional committee on covert arms sales to iran constitutional lawyers test find countless occasions before congress author of american empire. The fall next up is the us death. Toll from covid nineteen approaches. Half a million new report says nearly forty percent of those who died. Those deaths were avoidable. Stay with us my spanish heart by the legendary jazz pianist and composer. Chick corea chick. Corea died on february ninth at the age of seventy nine. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I'm amy goodman as the us. Death toll from covid nineteen approaches. Half a million new report says nearly forty percent of those deaths were avoidable. The medical journal the lancet came to this conclusion. By comparing the pandemic in the united states with other high income g seven nations like britain. France and canada. The findings are including a report by the lancet commission on public policy and health. And the trump era that faults. Trump's quote inept an insufficient response to covid nineteen as well as decades of destructive public policy decisions. One of the reports recommendations is a single payer reform like medicare for all that would quote cover all residents under a single federally financed plan providing comprehensive coverage unquote. President biden has so far rejected medicare for all saying instead. He wants to bolster the affordable care act with more subsidies house. Democrats proposed a bill last week. That would boost subsidies for people who buy plans to the marketplace. Biden's already signed an executive order to reopen enrollment on healthcare dot gov starting today february fifteenth through eighth fifteenth for more we're joined by one of the lead authors of this new report on public policy and health in the trump era. Dr mary bassett is the director of the f. Xp center for health and human rights at harvard university. She's also the former new york city health commissioner where she served from two thousand fourteen to eighteen before that she lived in. Zimbabwe for nearly two decades was on the medical faculty the university of zimbabwe. Dr set welcome to democracy. Now it's great to have you with us. Can you start off by talking about the findings of your lancet study. Thanks very much for having me. We're really pleased to to release this report. Which began with work as the simply commission began in two thousand seventeen the four years of trump's policies which were destructive in many ways that affected health that had been displayed by the us response to covid nineteen. But as you say we went back. Further forty years of bad policies that embrace the marketplace as the way to determine how we organize ourselves as a society and then went back four hundred years to the foundational impact of in slave labor and the embrace of white supremacy. So we do in fact recommend single payer health insurance is the best way to assure health care coverage is available for all of course. Mr trump tried to reverse affordable care act and failed at doing that but the portable care act still left millions of people. Twenty eight twenty nine million people without healthcare insurance coverage and single payer would address the of course there are interim steps that will be helpful. Not only a reopening the marketplaces president biden has done but trying to encourage the states. That declined medicaid expansion. The principal way in which healthcare coverage was extended under the affordable. Care act The state said be declined. Medicaid expansion should accept it. It's a no cost to them and it would greatly increase both the number of people who are covered and address racial disparities. Because it's mainly southern states. That have declined medicaid expansion. I wanted to ask you about the comparisons of the united states. To other countries like britain now the uk has done very poorly overall with With cove it. And you know they've got the variant. It's really through the population but when it comes to vaccines they vaccinated at least the first shot. Fifteen million people which is astounding. It's far more than many countries of europe combined. Now one of the things. They attribute their success to and that's vaccination program is their national health service. They have soldiers They have volunteers. Various people Firefighters who are injecting the vaccines and they are using the entire country. They're using stadiums and cathedrals race tracks mosques fire stations because they have a national coordinated approach which is possible because they have a national health care system. If you can talk about how what has happened. In the united states has exposed the catastrophic problems with having such a patchwork system that for so long in this country has clearly just benefited wealthier americans. You're ride the ability to dispense and administer. The vaccine is greatly enhanced by a centralized system such as the uk has and the us has privatized fragmented system. We have had until the biden administration no national policy guidance so that you have different jurisdictions that are doing different things and the result has been really chaotic. It's getting better. but it explains why the. Us has been unable to deliver highly effective vaccine that it has developed mostly with with public funding to the population. A fragmented system can't identify. The people need to be accelerated has to rely on people finding their way. All of this is something that in a central nationally supported. Healthcare system doesn't have to deal with so this is where the healthcare system really comes out as a problem but our vulnerability to this novel virus. We only was related to broader societal failures. Not only to our health system but also to the fact that too many people work low wage jobs where they lack labor projections too. Many people can get affordable housing living credit circumstances. That's what allowed the virus to spread so exponentially but now we have an effective vaccine and our system is really challenged and delivering it. Because it's private driven by profit and totally fragmented so let me remind people what joe biden said. When he was running for president he was asked by. Msnbc's lawrence o'donnell what he would do with houston elected president and congress center medicare for all legislation to his desk. I would three anything. That delays providing security and the certainty of healthcare being available. Now got through by some miracle and there is an epiphany kurt. Miracle curtis said okay. It's passed then. You gotta look at the cost. I wanna know. How did they find thirty five trillion dollars. What is that. don't raise taxes on the middle class. Which will what's gonna happen. I look my position as the principle that visitor should be should have medicare. i mean everybody. Healthcare should be right in america. My opposition relates to whether or not aged doable to what the cost is what the consequences for the rest of the budget. Dr so to be fair here. This is before the pandemic. it's in the middle of march. Almost a year ago now. Kamala harris has endorsed medicare for all and this goes to the issue. Dr basset of movements. You participated in panels for example with reverend william barber where you talk about the importance of movements that scientists are not outside of society. I mean there's a reaction right now the way trump was so anti-science that we just need the facts. But can you talk about what it would mean a year later. Would this massive catastrophe that is the pandemic for the movement for medicare for all. Do you think this is the moment. After all biden did leave an opening he said. Is it doable. And how much does it cost. Well how much has the pandemic cost us right. The pandemic is measured clearly and trillions of dollars in terms of economic costs and and The many preventable lives loss. We have submitted one hundred. Sixty thousand people wouldn't have died if we simply did as well as the median of the other wealthy nations in the group of seven. So this is something which i hope will help spur movement and we've seen a massive outpouring of anger and rejection of the racial hierarchy in the united states. And this is part of that movement is to ensure house for all people of color blocks slap nex. People of indigenous descent are much less likely to have Adequate access to healthcare so this movement for healthcare for all which. I can't imagine anyone would disagree with is something that should be bred brace by the broader social movements. I've seen it as a really promising time. We'd pay much too high price not to try and not just do what we used to do But have a better society which guarantees more access to all the things that we need for a healthy life. Can i ask you about your experience. Twenty years almost in zimbabwe. The growing concerns over the global inequity and vaccine distribution duke university health researcher entry of taylor told the washington post remains to a large degree as zero sum game which means dose that goes to the us or the uk. Ernie you country is a dose. That's off the shelves and shelves. Aren't going to be restocked for a while. Let's talk about who gets vaccines who doesn't and what it means what we've learned from the pandemic of one person sick anywhere. We are all threatened. That's exactly right amy. We have a highly contagious. Virus spreads to the air has affected every country and just one year with massive mortality impact. So the fact that the wealthy nations have have not attended to the need for vaccination coverage in the developing world particularly in africa. is a risk to all of us the. Who said just a couple of weeks ago. That only twenty. Four axle nations had been administered by government sector in africa to four. So this obviously is risk to all of us thankfully the biden administration has rejoined kovacs the vaccination facility of the world health organization. But this is a chance for the united states to regain global leadership by making a commitment toback seen access everywhere not just for our citizens because that won't protect us if all of us are vaccinated and the virus contents to mutate and spread and other New strains we will have challenges to our vaccine we need the whole world to be back sedated and the boa break we're beginning to see in for example. Guinea believed it was radically aided in the world. What this means in congo and guinea evolve has been coming back year after year for decades. Now we had this terribly lethal outbreak about five years ago because it reached the city's buddy boba. We'll keep coming. I hope he can go for with the vaccination for that as well and finally. I wanted to get your comment on this controversy in new york around the deaths in nursing homes. You were new york city commissioner of health and i want to ask you about these allegations. That new york governor andrew cuomo covered up the true death toll of the pandemic on nursing home residents under reporting the statewide number of cova deaths. Among long-term care residents for months now stands at nearly fifteen thousand up from the eighty five hundred. They previously reported the higher death. Toll only revealed after report by democratic state attorney general letitia james on the administration's failure to include nursing home residents in the reports of people who died at hospitals. Can you respond to this. I haven't kept up. With the details of clearly. Nursing homes were placed of initials spread and it matters where people got infected. Not only where they died. So the fact that the data weren't available in a transparent parent. Fashion is a problem. We need to know how important being a resident in a nursing home was to the risk of getting cove it and we know that elders are very high risk of dying of So those data should be available. We need data transparency and that is something that should be embraced every jurisdiction at something that the biden administration has talked about And it doesn't seem to have been the case in new york. It matters not only where people died but where they got back to. Doctor mary bassett. We want to thank you for being with us former new york city commissioner of health now the director of the fx be center for health and human rights at harvard university. One of the lead author of the lancet report will link to public policy and health in the trump era. Remember wearing a mask is an act of love where to democracy now is produced by an amazing group of people. I wanna thank renate felts and mike burke as special birthday. Greetings to brendan alan. I me goodman. Thanks for joining us.

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Attorney's Stephanie Salvin Seventh Fantas Office of the US Attorney Long with the FBI Scranton Resident Office. They began an inquiry into reports scranton and the area surrounding of potential issues with a small number of melon ballots, and since Monday FBI personnel working together with the state of Pennsylvania. Police conducting numerous interviews recovering in reviewing certain physical evidence and election officials and the counties have apparently according to the attorney US Attorney Been Cooperative and they've already been able. To confirm some military ballots were discarded investigators discovered nine of the ballots. At this time some of the bows can be attributed to specific voters and some cannot all nine ballots were cast. Oh, for President Donald J trump our inquiry remains ongoing. They expect later today to you know share the up-to-date findings in that county it is the vital duty of the government to ensure every properly cast vote is counted, which is what anybody want free and fair elections. I for the life of me. You know as we read all of these instances of people involving themselves in fraud. It. Just think. Wow. Unbelievable. Now, there is a tease from our friends at Project Veritas and my understanding is that perhaps as early as next Monday that they may have undercover video dealing with this very topic we'll let you know more when we do. My sources earlier today, there's going to be a number of breaking developments one on the General Flynn case in terms of text messages. Notes and and other things even more text messages between struck in page McCabe and. that reveal even higher levels of corruption as it relates to General Flynn and other matters we also going to get. Lindsey Graham is now working on a report as it relates to and new information the sub source Again, that was member before Komi sign the first phase application in. October. Twenty. Sixteen. He was warned repeatedly I hear now is baby even as many as a dozen times I only know of a few times for sure that we've corroborated. But I'm hearing it's a lot more that you can't trust Steal Hillary. It's unverified and Hillary paid for it which they never told the Pfizer court and that was to spy on then candidate trump. Then after the election during the transition spying is still ongoing. Well. Then Komi goes to see trump a trump tower has that private pull aside meeting there's a dossier, it's salacious. It's unverified the opposite of what he swore to in the Pfizer warm back in. October. Now, what my understanding then before we got the second warrant, a third warrant all signed by James Komi but they knew that the sub source and early January that sub source of Christopher Steele. THINK WE'RE GONNA learn today that that person has ties deep ties to the Russian government that were known for over a decade is what my sources are now beginning to tell me, we'll have further evidence improved by the time we get on Hannity Nine eastern tonight it is beyond. Repugnant and reprehensible and I don't know what the FBI Director Ray is doing. I really you know this is so sad to me. You've got the world's Premier Law Enforcement Organization I always say the ninety nine percent I bought made that distinction clear for almost four years now. On this program and he is he is barely lifted a finger to get the truth out and clean up the premier organization and restore. It's it's it's properly earned reputation and integrity. Against the the top echelon that abused power and more corrupt. Now, Jim Jordan pressed the FBI director on the hundred Biden investigation demanding to know answers yesterday the from director a, you know what step says, the bureau taken related one hundred Biden's business dealings which we went into great detail on this program yesterday and last night on TV and Ron Johnson was amazing on television last night, and in terms of explaining the intricacy in the deep dive in and how everybody knew warnings were given. They were ignored at how Joe Biden himself was put himself in a compromising position, but it wasn't just Ukraine it was CASICK's than it was Russia. It was China the amount of money going to nationals in, for example. From Hunter Biden back and forth the wiring funds you know ending up in the hands in dealing with Russian oligarch and Ukrainian oligarchs. It is breath taking an eighty seven page devastating beatdown and exposure in terms of how compromise Joe Biden convey forty days out of an election. What is the mob do and a collective on they ignore they don't talk about it too busy talking about we got to burn the system down some of these cable news channels and then when they called out on that the next thing they. So I, didn't really mean I was taken out of context they weren't taken out of context. Let's be honest. That's what you meant. I'm not the person that's going to say fire and and you know evolve in a boycott. That's what the left does to silence voices I. let everybody here. Say they want. You know, but it's scary. What's going on out there anyway, Jordan top a Republican House Judiciary Committee pending a letter to turn director Ray. We right to ask what investigative steps fanny the FBI has taken in response to this information. Why is it now forty days out of the twenty twenty election and we're just still getting struck and page and and McCabe notes and and text messages that are more devastating apparently also, that will shed even more. Light on the on the early January meeting in the Oval Office we know that's the one where Susan Rice did memo to self fifteen days later with the day that trump was being inaugurated, that's the one where Joe. Biden apparently mentioned the Logan Act Now is the one where Qomi said, yeah, we don't have evidence Russian collusion anyway, and that's the one where Biden said we want our peop- I'm sorry Obama said we want our people on it. That one with Sally Yates was shocked at the level of knowledge that Obama had in terms of the call with General Flynn Kislyak. Know Details Hannity had keep the straighten your head I have no idea because it gets complicated and yet this is this is where they put the country director Ray. Why aren't you doing your job? On her Biden's ex-wife confirms the explosive portions. Of of the Senate report, the Senate claiming unspecified record biden quote sent funds to nonresident. Alien. Women in the US who are citizens of Russia and citizens of Ukraine who have subsequently wired funds and have received from hunter. Biden. Individuals located in Russia and Ukraine. Russian interference mattered. I mean Don trump junior talk for ten seconds. Is supposed to be about Russian adoption boy. We spent three years trying to put him in jail records show that these transactions are linked to what? Again I'm going back to the report of Ron Johnson Eastern European prostitution and human trafficking. Rings. Allegations containing footnotes to a section of the report that details potential criminal concerns and extortion threats, involving Hunter Biden and other members of the Biden family in the extensive public reporting concerning Hunter Biden's alleged involvement in these prostitution services. Now by the way records on file about the committee do not. Directly Confirm, this is in the report though they confirm the hundred Biden sent thousands of dollars to individuals that either been involved in transit transactions consistent with human trafficking. Or to association with Adult Entertainment, industry or three potential associated with prostitution. Well Anyway the Daily Mail obtained a copy of Kathleen Biden's divorce filing and energy states. Hunter was spending money on drugs, alcohol prostitutes, and Strip clubs. Parties outstanding debts are shocking overwhelming and a a tax debt of at least three, hundred, thirteen, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy bucks among other owed expenses and accused hunter of dissipating hundreds of thousands of dollars of marital funds by spending extravagantly on his own interests. See a pattern hero this all fits in. And by the way, Rand Paul intends to send criminal referrals to one hundred Biden. Department of Justice in the financial relationship with Moscow's first lady implicates Hunter Biden, and the Russia collusion case National Review put this out, and that is the Senate report that we refer to Ron Johnson's report. On the Biden families corruption includes glaring examples of the brazen way that hunter leverage the family name with Russia's only female billionaire woman by the name of Elena. Tourney The First Lady of Moscow is She's known and she lost the title in two thousand ten when her husband was ousted as Moscow's mayor over corruption allegations why? By the way wired hunter and his business partner Devon Archer three point five million as part as consultancy agreement. Senate. Probe also found. The quote. First Lady of Moscow and allies sent eleven, wire transfers between May and December Twenty fifteen to a bank account belonging to be USA tech startup firm filed for bankruptcy of March twenty, nine, hundred, thousand, nine of those eleven wire transfers were first sent to Rosemont. Seneca Partners Lipsey daisy that would be the investment firm founded by hunter. Biden and Chris Heinz. The Stepson of former secretary of State John Kerry before being transferred to be a K. USA. And this First Lady of Moscow became Russia's first billionaire after plastics company received a series, a lucrative public contracts with the city of Moscow while her husband was the mayor in two, thousand, ten cable published by wikileaks revealed the context. Context told the US embassy in Moscow that she definitely has links to the criminal world particularly some powerful criminal group widely regarded by Russia law enforcement one of the most powerful organized crime groups in Russia. Why would we pay attention to that? You know it is it is beyond the flaming it is beyond dangerous. These are perilous times I cannot express to you. With more urgency than I have the ability to communicate. What is at stake here? How bad it has gotten to entire institutions. Now, that are are powerful forces to destroy any and all things that are anywhere near Donald Trump and to protect this deep state swamp and sewer. WanNa know a draining the swamp looks like that would be Barista that would be all things, Joe and hunter that would be the connections also to Russia and China. Maybe that's why Joe wouldn't criticize China and went after trump for being Zia phobic hysterical and a fear monger because he didn't want to upset future business dealings with hunter who knows Scary Times, Democrats threats on the Supreme Court we're going to get rid of the Electoral College. We're going to stack the court. We can impeach trump every day of the week. 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To memorize every attack line that he will then deliver during the debate next Tuesday night. He told reporters that Yeah I've started I haven't gotten into it heavily I don't believe that for a second. That's all they've been doing for months if you want my opinion, that's my opinion. they have to figure out how to keep Joe in the best frame of mind. Make sure that he has on a schedule that will keep him at his maximum level of alertness for nine PM at night. There's a reason that they have a light schedule. There's a reason Kamla Harris also has no public events to. meanwhile, the president been zigzagging the country I would not expect a guy that is not prepared. I mean, he certainly has had the time and the seclusion to spend all his time preparing for a debate with Donald Trump. The attacks will be. Along the lines of what you saw Kamla. Harris do in the debate against Joe Biden. You Know Joe Biden proves how lucid he can be with out a teleprompter script. Linda just sent me watch without a teleprompter what what what does that tape? You just sent me why am I supposed to be reading this when I'm doing show? anyway. So we'll see. Sorry. The Florida Attorney General for the FBI is investigating a pro Biden vote buying scheme down there just mention what's happening in Pennsylvania and that would be the monies that people like many Mike Mike Bloomberg under billion dollars. He's spending on one effort and Florida spending more money on another effort in Florida to get you know pay the fines and restitution of criminals he's determined is that something of value for a vote of they're investigating it? We'll continue. As the demand for telemedicine grows. So does the need for connectivity five G. meets that need qualcomm remains focused on giving doctors and patients? Superior security rich five G. connectivity learn more at QUALCOMM. Dot Com slash invention age. All right. The stakes can't be higher. It is forty days and you are the ultimate jury mentioned in. Pennsylvania. Now, the FBI is now working with local county board of elections and other law enforcement personnel and police and Pennsylvania State police conducting interviews, recovering reviewing physical evidence as it relates to voter fraud issues and potential issues with and ballots an while I'm more details on that. We now the Florida Attorney General is now urging the FBI to launch a criminal investigation into Michael Bloomberg to pay off. Convicted felons so that they can vote for Joe. Biden. The Attorney General requesting the FBI State Law enforcement now probe Mike Bloomberg for paying the outstanding fines and fees of thirty two thousand convicted felons imploring. So they could regain their right to vote ahead of the November election and a letter to the FBI Florida Department of law enforcement dated Wednesday yesterday the Attorney General of Florida writing that she had looked into the billionaire and the fundraising and personal donation to the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition Governor Rhonda Santa's A look into. The Sunshine State's top Law Enforcement Officer Rhode. After preliminarily reviewing the limited public information law, it appears further investigation is warranted and accordingly I request that your agency's further investigate this matter and take appropriate steps as merited. It's reported that the former presidential candidate had raised over sixteen million dollars donated over five million dollars to this Florida rights restoration coalition. Now, the thing Matt Gaetz set it on TV the other night, a thing of value. Back, to this point, Biden is in hiding announcing again at nine twenty this morning, he would spend the day hunker down in his basement bunker. Wow. Now, the president's seizing on the fact that he hides pretty much every day down on his basement bunker sleepy joe is just closed down his campaign again for the day wants to rest very low in energy individual in our country cannot. Make it in these exciting complexes, competitive times with a low energy president and that would be true. I'm sure what they're doing is they're probably adjusting my guess I'm just guessing you know the adjusting Joe schedule. So he's at maximum energy level for him. And he does seem weak and frail and cognitively struggling but that's that's not how. What they're doing, it's very obvious to me watch campaigns. Now, my whole career thirty, three years on radio twenty-five years on Fox they have decided they're better off running ads like crazy and raising money like crazy and they're running what are called image ads. Every ad you see by the Democrats will show a a invigorated Joe Biden acting outrage like he in the CNN townhall. And they took to project an image. It's like Madison Avenue Marketing you want to these are image ads not not necessarily rooted in reality but the influence people's minds in perception about somebody topics, what they're doing it. Then running ads at a very high rate, every swing state. and. I. Hope People are aware this this is real. The amount of money being poured in by know billionaires in this race on the democratic side is massive. It's all to influence swing voters. At this point. And the other thing is. What are they doing? Why Joe Shutdown everyday diner ten am. To justice schedule so that he's at maximum peak performance for him at nine pm it's not that hard to figure out. And that's why he is Ben in the basement bunker that trying to let the ads, run it Joel, memorize five or six points. On every topic including prepared attack lines, he'll study them over and over and over practice over and over and over and over again. And in the hopes that Joe can survive the hour and a half which shouldn't be hard for anybody to do, and then the media mob will rather see Joe's really got it. He got what he takes boy. He showed he can be presidential banned for that hour and a half is amazing. That's what they're hoping. And you know with this, you know this being a very different election year virtual. Conventions for example that you know it's this is what they're doing. Look, at a schedule today September twenty fourth. We only have forty days to go. Before this tipping point election for the country and by the way you know twenty four crucial you know days you know the last twenty, four last five weeks just five weeks more to go but he's taken in two thousand, four days of September taken full nine days off completely. Nobody, no presidential candidate does that. He's been on vacation are resting or you know doing zoom calls raising money that's what they say. That's for that's more than a third of the month he takes off and he's running for president. Now there's something going on. Is a struggle there. I think it's obvious. No schedule of events you know as of nine thirty, this morning, the ninth day in September, the Democratic nominee will not be on the campaign trail they call the lid, which means you will not hear from us for the rest of the day. Events travel schedule for the rest of the day. ellipoid usually means the campaign will not conduct any press conferences or dispense press releases. He's as answer less than one hundred questions. Joe Biden. And also Kamala Harris no public events scheduled. You know so more than a few reporters quick to note the democratic nominees schedule stands in stark contrast to the ever at the energizer Bunny President Donald Trump increasing travel in recent weeks to in two rallies day. Thursday alone, the president is going to be North Carolina Them Flying Jacksonville Florida? For another rally. By. The way mailed in ballots were found in tossed in a ditch in Wisconsin. Patterns that's going on here Fox eleven reporting that one of the county's of the Sheriff said that the trays were found in a ditch early this morning. And the male was found near the intersection highways ninety six and see be near the appleton international airport was turned over to the postal service. The postal inspection service immediately began investigating. And they've reserve further comment till it's complete it fight law for finding ballots and ditches now. You know a lot his you know this is what I expect. You know what? Look at what we've heard since a vacancy on the Supreme Court we can impeach the president every day if we want for any reason. We're going to stack the courts. We have to. We have to burn the system down the mob supporting all of this. That will will end the electoral college will stack the courts with as many justices we want. We'll get rid of the legislative filibuster. Scary Times remember I think it was back in July Comma Heresay, you better get used to it on the violence going to happen. It's not going to stop listening what she had to say. They're not gonNA stop and that's they're not. This is a movement I'm telling you. They're not gonNA stop and everyone beware because they're not gonNA stop it is GonNa they're not gonNA stop before Election Day November, and they're not gonNA stop after Election Day and that should be everyone should take note of that on both levels that this isn't they're not gonNA let up and they should not and we should not. Not Going to let up and they should not. We're not gonNA give away that was in June. Well, nobody's lead up have they. We had to cops killed in Louisville last night. Well. I'm sorry shot and killed shot last night and by the way got. Misreported at one point last night and I apologize that caught it on the air. But the National Guard was requested and deployed by the Governor of Kentucky good for him. and you notice everywhere that they do deploy. By the way cities they cooperated with the feds they stayed peaceful. During the protests. In other words where ever the the president has been able to help. Minnesota Minneapolis for example, or Kenosha or DC. They've been able to restore order. We know how to do it I mean and I had to do without. You know with non lethal weapons. We still need more training for police for sure. No. Doubt about that I'm Bob been the biggest advocate of that. You know I mean that goes back to George? Floyd. But I'm not a big fan of the the stun gun that cops used to close range weapon. It's not you know the. Burner gun you interested in a nonlethal I'm a customer of burner just became friends with the owner, but I'm a customer because I believe in the product. And be why are in a yes burner. You know that's what it's called. By the way they have new models out pink orange and yellow. Can you imagine that? Pretty. Funny. But it shoots pepper sprays. And one tear gas and allows you. To To. If somebody breaks into your house or cop is out in a situation and and he wants another nonlethal alternative it works. And I just I just purchased a couple of my own. Because I saw it and I watched the videos on like this works. Anyway, I talked to the owner. Love the owner great guy. And Anyway, they're they're producing them as fast as they can. Be Why R. and A, and I think every cop should think about if police department think about this. Eight, hundred, nine, four, one, Sean. If you WANNA be a part of the program you know those debate coach Brett O'Donnell on Fox News the gave reviews a what could trip up the president during the debate and I think his team needs to pay attention under I. Don't want to see the president out too much and not spending the time preparing because that's all the Biden doing. And I don't think the president should be defensive. I think he should be offensive. Especially, you know that Joe is going to want to talk about as covert Cova Cove and what he would do do do EPA Jost didn't support the travel ban quarantine subsequent travel bans he called hysterical phobia fearmongering. How many hundreds of thousands of lives likely incalculable numbers of lives and. You know why did he want more business transactions with Zero Experience Hunter and China? Like Russia like Ukraine Kazakhstan. These are just crazy times. We're living very dangerous times. That we're living in. Anyway, so what could derail Biden in this debate is I I don't think Biden can keep his focus if somebody starts asking tough questions. The problem is what happens in these debates is the become joint press conferences. You ask a question you're not allowed to interrupt. There's going be a fine line to all of this but I think Joe you know. If, if he's ask tough questions going to have a hard time answering a lot of them at least coherently. Eight hundred nine, four, one, Sean if you WANNA be a part of the program. Is Anyone GonNa as anyone in the media New York Times ABC NBC CBS because they they haven't covered the report by Senator Ron Johnson and Charles Grassley, could you imagine if this was Donald Trump Foreign money flowing one hundred, Biden all these all these wire transfers of people that are Russian. Citizens Ukrainian citizens all this all this back room deals with Ukraine Russia and China. It's chilling. Quiet. By the way, apparently John Kerry knew and had knowledge of some of these dealings then and falsely lied about it that also came out last night detailing the extensive foreign dealings. Pretty unbelievable. In terms of what we saw in Louisville last night. You know they've now arrested the suspect thankfully. And by the way, you know we saw this now spreading out to other places I've is a video will show you tonight diners in Saint Petersburg Florida, this the I four Carter Tampa. Just added an innocent restaurant. Tampa Bay Times report videotaped it. And then you had a bunch of people saying get out of your seat unlike really. These are customers that you know tried to have a nice night outside eating. Woman gets up is my table Guy sits down next to the mild a knock your old ass boyfriend f out the man threaten deriding the woman as a wild Karen in her natural effing habitat. that. The future of America because Joe Biden, he's all about redirecting funds from the police police become the enemy. Comma Harris GonNa keep happening not gonNA stop praises the defunding effort of Mayor Garcetti Biden back the same kind of bail reform. Also, that's part of the Bernie Biden manifesto that turned New York. City. Streets into a war zone not a good idea. Not Going to end. Well, we see what's happening everywhere around the country. President did praise the Kentucky Governor's request National Guard. That's how you restore order. You don't want innocent people getting hurt. Do you don't want innocent business owners? You know their life's work burned to the ground. Residents in every town every city in. AMERICA RIGHT TO BE SAFE. They haven't been for longtime job Biden's vice president. Four thousand homicides in Chicago barely mentions it. Twenty thousand and shootings in Chicago barely mentions it. Barely. Didn't even mention what's going on in our cities. At the DNC convention did you see where this is? Scary Times. Hey Buck sexton. Here we are in the height of an election season that will determine the future of the country who are you going to listen to who can you trust join me in the freedom hot the one place where you know you'll get the straight story from a conservative perspective Joe Biden somebody who's been a machine politician, the Democrat Party from Delaware for longer than I've been alive and nobody thought he was impressive. No. One thought he had great leadership until about five minutes, they're trying to fool you they're trying to pull off a con of fraud against America and Joe Biden is the conman into the biggest names and the heaviest hitters in politics trust me. So we've done a lot buck and we have some great support for your viewpoint is very important to make very, very important. That's how we got to know each other sexton formerly of the CIA. SEXTON show iheartradio is number one for podcasts and it's easy to see why listen to the buck sexton show on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your pocket. Not to get to the two officers shot Louisville last night. We're GONNA talk about that but it's also the lawlessness and cities all across the country We're GONNA take an hour to. Do a deep dive into all of this at the Leo Terell Horace Cooper Burgess Owens will join us next also rampal Louie Gohmert. Politicizing medicine. Politics always wins Dr Oz says we'll explain straight ahead candace owens, just not out Cardi B. in the biggest hole yet, and the stranglehold entertainment and media have on the minds of black voters. In this country I'm Rob Smith and all the next episode of Rod Smith is problematic. We are going to break down why the left uses idiots to reach black America it how can owens just put them all on notice that they cannot do it anymore listened to Rob Smith is problematic on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts and wherever you get your podcasts. Yours are. Blessed the police. Pull listen not only is he being intellectually dishonest about that? You know I find all of his remarks with regards to this whole entire press conference offensive and let me just speak to this whole celebrity influence things while they can't speak for Kentucky. Kentucky's let me say this is a black woman. He does not speak for black bolts he skin but he Is. Not. Kinfolk. And so just like he thinks they can't speak for Kentucky because he's up there with the black face he does not speak for all of us. This was not a tragedy. This was a murder. He should be ashamed of himself a few weeks They're not they're not gonNA stop and that's their. This is a movement I'm telling you they're. Not GonNa stop and everyone beware because they're not going to stop it is gonNA. They're not gonNA stop before Election Day November and they're not gonNA stop after Election Day and that should be everyone should take note of that on both levels that this isn't they're not gonNA let up and they should not that last cut is commonly Harris, they're not gonNA. Stop. They're not gonNA stop before the election the not gonNA stop after the election how how are we doing that other than okay we've got we played the the audio we'll show you tonight police shot in Louisville two of them. Yeah. We have body CAM footage. Now release We had an incident in Tampa Florida we have a couples out there dining. Tampa Bay Times reporter you know literally videotaping just goes up sits down with the couple and and woman tries to excuse me this table. If you don't mind I ought to knock your old ass boyfriend the f. out the man threatened and derided the woman is a wild Karen in natural effing habitat and these images. Now, Kamala Harris on this is not going to stop is. Not, going to stop shooting the COPS in this country we're not gonNA when not GonNa stop what the arson, the anarchy, the looting, the shootings, the attacks, the bottles, the bricks of Molotov cocktails the frozen water bottles that canes the bats, the hockey sticks the knives. The guns were not none of this is going to stop why don't you if you want to lead wanted you say This needs to stop we need to re restore law and order and safety and security that Liberal Democrats and liberal cities for decades have been unwilling to do, and now it's on a mass scale and I do give credit to the governor of C- of Kentucky last night for calling up the National Guard getting the help of the president as did Minneapolis where yes, they restored. Order as they did in Kenosha Wisconsin as they did in Washington DC which they have not done in New York they have not done in. SEATTLE. They've not done in Portland or a lot of other big cities. Now we've got this going on in Louisville, but order is going to be restored We know how to do it. We know how to do it. It's not fun. Have Nonlethal. Methods tear gas and pepper spray to disperse crowds it works but you have to have the proper manpower people properly trained Well, I don't know I mean Biden came Biden campaign is up of the new sixty second ad featuring African American man in a barbershop talking about Biden's plan for ending cash bail Okay. Is is is that the answer? How well is that worked out for New York City? Not Well at all, we're going to take the whole hour because we're talking about life and death here law and order and safety and security of you don't have that one fundamental thing. Then how does any American pursue happiness if a? One year old can be shot in a stroller at a park in New York City which happened and and Lawrence Jones interviewed the father and grandmother an eight year old beautiful girl in Atlanta mom makes a wrong turn into a chop chaz autonomous zone there and and shots fired this little girl dies in the back of her mom's car a seven year old beautiful girl. In Chicago, she's killed in the nineteen year old horse Lorenzo. Anderson Junior as father pouring is how a heart out on national TV on my show and this is just the tip of the iceberg over three thousand cops now injured about forty five cops now dead around the country nationwide. From this year Leo Terell is with US Civil Rights Attorney Talk Show host at the Leo Terell Twitter Horace Hooper's with US legal commentator co-chair of the Black Leadership Network project-21 as a book coming out trump is making black America. Great again, Burgess Owens Front of the program former NFL superstar part of the nineteen eighty super bowl winning raiders, and by the way is now a candidate for Utah's fourth Congressional district and can win. That race of YOU'RE IN UTAH listening to Rot arquette's K. N R s thank you all for being with us Leo. You know I watched what happened last night to cop shot. We saw a u haul early in the day and a lot of the signs were made water bottles distributed shields. We have shields they're screaming that were obviously there are a lot of planning went into what happened yesterday in Louisville Sean I'll pay right now. I'm really scared for this country. If we don't get president trump reelected, I'll tell you why because law and order is number one obligation of government and those democratic cities have abandoned it. But when you look at what happened last night, not only in Louisville with two officers shot but protests around this country and Democrats looking the other way Combo here basically what the audiotape basically endorsing this. Our countries is risk from a safety standpoint if these individuals Democrats are putting off and we cannot let that happen. So this is a message to the entire country if the safety and the security of America's steak right now found, let me be clear the lawyer someone who has handled these types of. The District Attorney General in the grand jury. Got It. Right. The Rana Tiller murder what unfortunate it was horrible. It was an accident it was a mistake, but you cannot charge these two officers with self defense you they have a self defense argument because they were fired a pot and it's very important that we learned yesterday we learn more facts than what we knew six last six months that a civilian heard these officers are now their present. So when you look at the totality of all these facts that David, Cameron Ambi, grand jury, got it right and one. Last point I'm insulted and whore five by that MSNBC reporter to use David cameras race as some form of fully justification that he got it walk. That is the ultimate race card I. Think it's Dan Daniel. Cameron Yeah Let me let me go to burgess purchase. You're watching all of this happened around the country and and by the way now it's you know the politics of a lot of this is now gone into professional athletics your take on all of it to me. It's a very simple formula every American in every town in every city. Deserves to be protected and safe and secure in their home in the town in their city police. Now defend the police effort, which we all know Kamala Harris support. She praised the one hundred, fifty, million dollar cut in the LAPD. We have Biden on tape saying police become the enemy and he would redirect funds away from them. A. Billion dollar cut in New York. City cops. You know whether normally make left turns burgess. They're now going right to get the hell out of trouble Yup. Yup. Well, first of all this this is actually the tragic and I think we should all. We can all agree on that but here's something that's innate with our nation We do not think losing our innocence gives justification for taking other innocent. And my vows never worked. It is something where it stood up against whether it be nineteen twenties with Black Wall Street or the nineteen sixties when I was growing up my balance is everything we stand for this country. If we what's respect law is always gets order and that's what we're looking at. We're looking at people's taking glee out of destruction it's not about beyond is not about Joyce Floyd these people are. Literally putting saving money putting money aside to destroy innocent people's lives would be thirty children plus it's been. It's been killed since this process over a hundred black people across the country since Joyce Florida's been killed somebody or another, and and of course, thousands of businesses I mean lives destroyed because some people would rather do that. Really deal with the issues that we're talking about is law and order make sure everybody say. So we have to look at this and I. Think it's a defining moment for America's across the board. We now see what the what the left wants to do and and we don't go that way. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA vote against and I look forward to seeing that day when all Americans no matter what sounded we're on fighting to law and order and for safety, and for the dreams of people live their lives. In the American Way Horace Cooper this now is like a cancer and spreading all around the country. Well, absolutely there's a cancer spreading, but as a cancer that is attempting to overturn the amazing idea of America this idea of the rule of law and this idea of citizen being equal before the law. Through out the civil rights era. In fact, you can go right up to the post civil war period, and you see how minorities who happen to be black suffer when the mob is allowed to run free. One of the critical chievements of our civil rights effort was to end the idea that at any point, your rights, your privileges, your property ownership was subjected to the vagaries of the mob. We went back to our regional. American. Idea that the government isn't looking at one citizen and favoring one over the other. What we're being asked to do now is throw that all away. I will tell you minorities every American has Something to lose, but minorities have the most to lose. We expecially benefit from the rule of law and equality before the law no I. I'm watching this and Leo we've gone over this. We you and I discussed yesterday detail is a civil rights attorney. Somebody that has has has taken lawsuits to to police when when you have bad apples over the years and you had the grand jury process the rules are very strict by the way in before grand jury to get an indictment, you're only hearing from from the prosecution the fence does not get to put on a defense you need nine of twelve to reach the indictment. What was said about the Attorney General in in Louisville or I'm sorry in Kentucky was a disgrace over there at MS DNC. The he presented that grand jury with every possible option I won't go through all the details that we did yesterday in the Briana Taylor case but they be presented them with every option imaginable and these are the charges for this officer based on what nine of twelve grand jurors would agree to. I. See I know it's not a perfect system of. Justice I can tell you in a lot of ways I think we have a dual justice system, but it is the only one we have but I can't think of a better one and it is imperfect. It is not perfect but it's the best one on this planet and the one that justice is supposed to be apply to everyone but let me be clear. This grand jury doesn't have a racial motivation. This grand jury are members of the community evaluate the fact they don't have. A hidden agenda and so forth for the for the left to reject it and to make an assumption that it's racially biased. It's ridiculous. I know this type of work I've done it for thirty years and this grand jury had all the evidence, all the evidence they looked at, and then Daniel Camera presented a summary of that evidence a what would your sisters of the FBI but to attack it because of a racial argument by MSNBC IS TO INFLAME THEIR BASE? That's all they. Can, do because the fact and the rule of law and I would challenge anyone the left is show me a lawyer where officers cannot use their weapons and self-defence. They're only argument shot is missed information and that's why we have the wife is a terrible tragedy as we discussed in detail. Yes urges I, Know Utah Pretty well, it is not experienced the the level of protests and and anarchy that we see in other cities are people they're still talking about it. What did they say? Talk. About it because I think this is the time in the country's history where we're taking notice that we no longer have grace is is good. Let's Just say this. Community the sixties very proud community, very competitive cross our country, and you take what we're up against guys because that white supremacist black elitist is lot go Kamala Harris who gets on on on the on the news and says, we should go out and Ryan do whatever we have to do. They never take part. These elitists are very interesting they they operate they they put together policies that put that hurt their own community so they can't read the can't right. They can't get jobs they don't have families and then they stroke these riots and guess what they do they need. To get back to their own little safe communities look at the big screen and watch the rights with other people are suffering and dying and destroying things. They'd never take part because cowards. So understand is black elitist these these blue states that put together laws that that the the my race respects and and and trust they take that trust the game power. Position income, and and then now turn turn each other turn out on my own race into into races. So this is our I hope everybody looks at them. No. So the are and lifting I, gotTa take a break. Leo Terell Horace Cooper Burgess. Owens. We'll examine the impact of whole this on the presidential race forty days you're the ultimate jury. Eight hundred nine four one sean if you WANNA be a part of the program also the investigation into did the media do everybody in the country a disservice in terms of therapeutics like hydroxy chloroquine we'll debate that and much more as we continue best election coverage available on your radio dial the Sean Hannity Show as you are the ultimate jury, eight, hundred, nine, four, one, Sean If. You want to be a part of the program. We'll get back to our panel here in just a second. Let's go to the the Kentucky AG. Daniel. Cameron, now we've played yesterday repeatedly the charges against the police and the Briana Taylor case I won't go back and play that but then he said the following about what the charges mean each count means and officers how he says were justified remember. They went into the house. BRIANNA tellers boyfriend a legal weapon thought it was a break it. He he shot and hit one of the three police officers police fired back. We've gone over this in detail all day yesterday. I won't repeat that but let's just go to the A G of Kentucky after hearing the evidence from our team of prosecutors. The grand jury voted to return an indictment against detective Hankinson for three counts of wanton endangerment for wantonly placing the three individuals in apartment three endanger. Of serious physical injury or death. The charge one endangerment in the first degree is a Class D felony. And if found guilty, the accused of up to five years for each count. Kentucky law states that a person is guilty of wanton endangerment in the first degree when under circumstances manifesting in strenght difference to the value of human life, he wantonly engages in conduct which creates a substantial danger of death. Or series physical injury to another person. My Office is prepared to prove these charges at trial. However. It's important to note that he is presumed innocent. Until proven guilty. Our investigation show. In the grand jury agreed mattingly in Cosgrove. Justified in the return of deadly fire. After having been fired upon by Kenneth Walker Let me state that again. According to Kentucky Law. The use of force by mattingly and Cosgrove was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges. And Miss Brianna Taylor's death. That was from yesterday and here's the most chilling. Now, we've gone over Joe Biden police become the enemy. He said it all would you consider redirecting funds to other areas? Of course, I'd reconsider redirecting funds remember they didn't bring up the issue of safety security law order. At all during the Democratic National Convention, they didn't bring it up at all. Kamala Harris we already know she's four the defunding effort. She praise the mayor of Los Angeles Garcetti when he cut one hundred and fifty million dollars from the LAPD budget, she also was tweeting out support for the bail fund for people in Minneapolis that the police had gone through the difficult trial of arresting those with that more involved in anarchy and disruption and violence that was going on at the time she she's supporting the no bail idea that is not working in the state of New York. Tell you from firsthand experience it is the worst idea. Because of no bail in New, York you had bank robbers going out there robbing banks being put away at, let out immediately thereafter and then going Robbie more banks and then bragging about it. One Guy I think that five banks in a row that way I mean this is madness and they were letting the anarchist's had a jail within hours so they could rejoin the quote activities of the day whatever they happen to be Comma Harris. This isn't GonNa stop this I want you all to be aware this is not stopping they're not. They're not going to stop and that's their. This is a movement I'm telling you. They're not going to stop and everyone beware because they're not gonNA stop it is GonNa. They're not gonNA stop before Election Day. November. And they're not gonNA stop after Election Day and that should be everyone should take note of that on both levels that this isn't they're not gonNA let up and they should not and we should not. They're not gonNA they're not going to stop the not GonNa let up and they shouldn't let up and we're not gonNA let up. Okay. How always to interpret that? We continue our discussion at the Leo Terell Horace Cooper Burgess Owens running for the fourth. Congressional. District in Utah Leo, how do you take those comments accommodate Harris Joe's comments of and lack of comments about law and order and safety and security cameras Harris about defunding the police how do you take all of that? How do you take these comments? It's not gonNA stop beware you're on notice. Oh I'll tell you tell you exactly I take it as a pack that Kamla, Harris, Joe Biden, and the Democrats have made and Tika and the extremist black lives matter on the left. They basically said go ahead and do whatever you want because that's okay with us and let me tell you right now Comma Harris is the. Signature VP nominee who bankroll a fun four criminals in Minnesota and the Sexual Predator got released as a result of the funny event Kamla Sheriff is a senator in the home state of two officers who are ambushed and shot, and she has not visited them. My point is what I've said to you before the Democrats are trying to pin or two black speaking that because they lost the election two. Thousand Sixteen they WANNA. Keep the black. It's going to Backfire Sean Eighty ninety percent of African. Americans. Believe in law and order we want to be protected only line of Defense that's why you've heard silence from. Kamla. Harris on black on black crime and went police officer black police officer shot. They cannot support law enforcement because they made a deal with the devil ANTIFA and the extremist black lives matter. Your thoughts Horace Cooper. If, you were going to play a game just to theoretical game maybe a group of people at Your House and you say, Hey, I would like to have a political party and I would like to figure out how to destroy its support in an upcoming major elections. I'd like to figure out how to scare off minorities I'd like to figure out how to scare off. The middle class I'd like to figure out how to scare off suburban lakes. Well, guess what here's how you do it. You engaged in an own going assault on law enforcement everybody understands that the law enforcement role. Absolutely essential it's not actually a surprise when black Americans do thirds or more of them say we want more police because that's what Americans are saying the attack on this group, the silence against the radicals and the support were volunteers in campaign are donating to the radicals are to the protesters are looters that is a recipe for how you destroy yourself. Now I give that council but I also WANNA kill Black America, look at what they're doing and ignore it. Support what's good for you and your family not what the crazy people who are killing their party are trying to do I I view this as a big huge campaign issue. You know Burgess I mean are people talking about this and your district? Look this is the across the country because obviously when America Burns where we are and we can predict pretty much that this gonna be balance anytime. There's a place that the left doesn't like. We all have ask ourselves. When does this end? If I can just say this This is what the the the the the left. Black. Americans for so many states is called US using this card. They could care less about the safety even justice. They'd have an agenda in agenda as to to to beat up to to discourage give every bit of Dhaka's to those overseas. So they they lose. Hope you lose hoping American dream loose hokey and in in the has a business and having a safe home. This is what has been. Happening for decades and I think, American. Now can see we we need to stop it. We cannot allow that to happen any longer to those those communities at risk and I'll say this is the reason why look black meter today we're leaving the plantation in a big big way we're fed up with it. We now understand the president's cooled back the curtains. So now see how to enemy is and it's not each other. Radical left who hates everything about culture you know God. He education hit the family unit. They hate the free in free market and they're showing it by destroying everything they touch whenever a- after they get. So we're waking up I think it'd be a good thing for us as we move forward to not Turkish shore. Leo I don't know I mean I read the polls. You read the polls I'm not sure if anyone has inaccurate handle on anything going on right now in terms of where the electorate is, we've yet to see a debate this as a year, you know where every rule has changed, the conventions were virtual, so on and so forth. We've not Joe. Biden is now just justified. I. Guess his debate prep necessary necessities and is in hiding now for full week he's Day ends at nine or ten am in the morning. That's it. You'd never see or hear from them again. so He's like a ghost store shadow of a candidate, but his words and lack of them on law and order these speak loudly to me, his his efforts to redirect funds has police become the enemy him not ever saying supportive word of the Police Kamala Harris her words found chilling beware. This is not gonNA stop and supporting the de-fund effort and you know the Nobel movement letting you know people out of jail with no bail I'm these are all pretty radical ideas that I think will contribute to an environment that is not safe and secure for any kid any place, any town, any city, and he neighborhood. Everyone agrees that the chaos over the last six months has been frightening to America and the polls are shifty for trump throughout throughout the early polls I'm killing American public fed up with this wall. Isn't it too? Often there is shot yesterday Louisville and they also realize for Black American. Trump. has done things for Black American low on employment first step opportunities zone I. Mean if there if tangible and people can see it and I'll tell you right now that the concern of safety and law and order the Democrats put that as a number one issue because they have allow violence and crime go on in these democratic cities and tell you people based on what I'm hearing people are resonating. Donald. Trump especially, people of color final point. Hispanic numbers are shockingly high in Florida for Trump and barriers. Black myself no one is planning thoroughly. You'll throughout we'll be voting for Republicans I am because of the democratic. Chat. I'm. GonNa. Say Goodbye to all three of you. Thank you all Burgess Owens. Thank you. Good luck in the fourth, Congressional District Utah Horace. Thank you Leo Terell. Thank you. You know I wanNA play. Just remind people going out of the segment, the protesters, what they set on the street and what Comma Harissa said and Biden has said you decide in forty days. This is what we're the most extreme. Party radical ideas of a mainstream so-called party never been this insanely radical listen. You may be listening. were. Surplus. Military equipment for law enforcement, they don't need that last thing you need is up armored Humvee coming into a neighborhood it's like the military and paid. To become the enemies, there's supposed to be texting these people. So my generic point is we agree that we can redirect some of the funding. Yes. Absolutely. One of the things that we also need to be doing is fundamentally changing the way and I've been pushing it for years changing the way we deal with our prison system we've got to reexamine what we're doing with American tax payer dollars and ask the question are we getting the right return on our investment? Are we actually creating healthy and safe communities and that's a legitimate conversation and it requires a really critical evaluation I. Applaud Eric Garcetti. For doing what he's done. Sean Hannity's new book is now available freer die in stores and online. where? I live free or die. America. The world on the brink the you know we've had Dr Rush on the program. We identified the letter of Dr Daniel Wallace cedars-sinai Forty two years you know in practice, the premier expert on hydroxy chloroquine, and Lupus and anti-malarials and. South rightous and the risk is nil and he'd been prescribing it all these years I mean it just I mean the lying that went on the one study cited by the mob and the media just because Donald Trump said, hey, we're seeing there's no risk what what have we got to lose anyway long story short is that we now have other people that have pointed this all out. Now I, WANNA play Dr Russia's comments and these are. These are the top tier doctors, Daniel Wallace a top tier doctor saying this listen. So the question is what do study of Irish people show when they're treated early Nancy to that is uniformly every study shows benefit includes six hundred seniors in a large trial in Sao Paulo Brazil who had seventy five percent from. Bliss Asian. About two hundred people treated a sixty in Marseilles. France. Matched hundred odd people not treated with sixty percent reduction depth seven hundred highlands people treated in large HMO across Brazil had percent reduction in hospitalization two, hundred early nursing home patients in Marseilles with a sixty percent reduction in mortality eleven. Hundred patients in Jersey study with a fifty percent reduction in hospitalization one. Elderly resins of long-term your residences in the state of door between Spain France, they have more than tenfold reduction in mortality drowsy Clarkin us as reminds him I. So this matter how many times it's been said no matter how many different ways we had the one study that had to be retracted. There's The New York Sinai study there is you know the Henry? Ford Hospital Study. There is the study Dr Rhys just mentioned. I've told you all about Daniel Wallace I mean I've read that letter more times on the other than anyone else now, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky Congressman Louie Gohmert or Texas both contracted covid nineteen, and both of them came out on the other side of the virus healthy armed with antibodies by the way in the information of the treatment and how it worked for them I knew that Senator Rand Paul was a doctor and I knew Uri stood on how to treat this I didn't really feel compelled to try and offer help. I. Was all over Louie Gohmert. He will tell you I was his harassing friend sending him a bit of information I had accumulated over the last ten months so that he can make an informed decision and he did both Senator Paul and Congressman Louie Gohmert also, Dr George. Farid. Medical doctor, Harvard Medical School Raleigh Imperial, County California and other doctors in clinics and treated thousands of covid nineteen patients with a four hundred and fifty five of them with hydroxy chloroquine anyway, and by the way former research assistant at the NIH former Harvard assistant professor developed three patents on cancer drugs I mean these are the top people in their field. Welcome all to the program. All right. Quickly Louis I think you could probably say accurately I was a pain in the ass. When I heard you got covid nineteen and I just wanted to get as much information to you as possible in his Dennis asked a period of time is that true? I can't say you were in the House but yes, you got me great information. You were calling the every day and for the rest of my. Life, I'll always remember and thank finally a what have been incredible friend Sean Hannity is I. Mean to to go to that trouble every day you made sure I had what I needed. I was able to contact doctors that were mentally helpful but you've had the courage to to step up and say, look this is what brilliant doctors that are involved in this or saying I've heard from really smart doctors say no. Clerk when it doesn't help well because they bought into the the lies that have been put out there and so to have people like doctor. And Doctor, Farid Dr Smith in in the program, we put on it they were able to tell their story and it is exceedingly compelling. My only regret is the kind of flack that these brilliant doctors have faced as a result of standing up for the truth Senator Paul. I, felt bad when you got YouTube got over this really quickly how did you do it? You know I ended up not having any symptoms and not taking any treatment but the interesting thing is, is that called Louis when he was sick and I said Louis Guess what now you're better we both have them unit e even Dr Foul she admits that you get immunity after this. One of the things was missed in our testimony yesterday the doctor faust she said, the good news is that the vaccine is showing an immune response that is comparable to the response you get from getting the illness itself, but we still have. CNN and all the left wing media saying Oh you're not really you're not really immune. There's no science will even bowel. She admits you have immunity. We should be telling the millions of Americans who have had this good news. You can visit your grandparents. Now you're not going to give it to your grandparents. Once you healed up doctor Farid as we introduced you, you know obviously former research assistant nih former Harvard assistant professor developed three patents on cancer drugs beyond impressive. I think most impressed that you were the team physician for Andre Agassi Jim Courier. Pete Sampras helping the US Davis Cup team for ten years. Those were ten pretty good years for us. Thank you Sean and thank you. A congressman Gohmert and senator. Paul it was. Sean. Yes. My that's one of the great epochs of my. Life being the team doctor for the US Davis Cup team in in the Golden Arrow for US tennis. And between my dad actually led me into that. He was my hero, he worked with Albert Schweitzer and Missionary doctor and he was team doctor for the US Davis Cup team for fifteen years And it was a personal friend of Jack Kramer and Dr Fru Jack Kramer. But in any case, my dad would be backing me every way every step of the way on in this mission to lead us in the right direction for. Ending, this pandemic could have been ended I'm absolutely convinced of that. We have a excellent treatment that is addie viral. It's it's a direct acting barrel because of the COM components of it hydroxy chloroquine. with zinc and with one of the abiotic have antibodies. Action as if through my in dot or doxycycline, and there's been a suppression, it's been just a tragic not only in this at pandemic that probably for decades before of the broad spectrum efficacy of a cheap treatment for many viral illnesses, a really extraordinary orthopedic surgeon named Lee Merritt from Omaha road a beautiful paper just published in the Journal of American, physicians agents and. Documents in an extraordinary way for an orthopedic surgeon the the the what what actually has been has happened and maybe because of the vaccine industry I'm not sure something very in my mind very sinister is happened that has led us to this point. I think Donald Duck to president trump was right. When he said H E Q was a potential game changer and I saw that I saw the work of row and Salenko. They're heroes of mine personally and I adopted that when we had the epicenter here in in the Imperial Valley for California and we're hit very hard. I treated nursing home patients who got contracted the the infection, an outbreak in June, and I received criticism for using the q cocktail by the county health officer but I did it and they twenty nine of thirty one recovered forty-three staff people who cared for them contracted and they recovered when they when they needed to be that cocktail, it's very good treatment and if it had been employed early or it's not too late to start employees. Because if it had been, we would have had far fewer patients going into the hospital and ending up on ventilators or having severe collateral damage. Dr Smith in this web event with the congressman and senator. Did show that impatience high doses of hydroxy clerk when very safe, and we know that the lower dose that we use in the five day treatment is extraordinarily safe in fact, I, in rheumatoid arthritis patients and other are autoimmune patients. The HD with methotrexate or other agents actually improves their cardiac status in the long term steps you know there. I'm sorry. On this but I I just feel so strongly and I don't know if it came across in that Web events that we had. And I do think Senator Paulin of Representative Gohmert for. Including me in that. I. Quick Break. We'll come back also your calls final half hour coming up eight, hundred, nine, four, one, Sean, our number you WANNA. Be a part of the program. All right as we continue Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky Congressman Louie. Gohmert Texas. They. Both had contracted Covid Nineteen Dr George for Rita's with US former research assistant nih former Harvard assistant professor developed three patents on cancer drugs. An amazing background I've been tested a lot I've contracted the virus I don't have the antibodies I'm not a doctor. And but it was people like you Dr. Farid, and it was really people like Dr Russia. We just mentioned it was people like, Dr Oz and others that said, you go to war with the army you have not the one you wish you had, and in spite of all of the anecdotal evidence we had at the time. Now it's way beyond that we've had trials we've had background it's still this this cloud hovers over this Dr Paul and Rand Paul and and Louis, and it's frustrating to me I people have to be free to to To perform medicine, we're not even allowing discussion without these vicious political attacks. He I think you're right. This is rand and I'm a big believer in the right to try that you and your physician should make these decisions and it's extraordinary to have politicians who have actually gotten in the way and said the doctors no you can't use this medicine for Cova treatment or crowbars that's never happened. Before but this is the derangement of the anti-trump movement that they hate him so much that they're willing to get between the doctor and the patient on making the decisions you know I'm not an advocate, one way or another I'm not coming down saying absolutely works absolutely doesn't work but I'm absolutely for the right to try medicine that you and your doctor decide that you want to try. And and. Louis. I didn't tell you what to do i. just gave you the information. So you could make the best decision for your health and and obviously you're a friend of mine I I was invested in you living Louis, we couldn't lose you. Well it worked and I did the eye drugs chloroquine, the zinc, the pack, and also did a step toward nebulizer Dr Bartlett recommended did that for two days but the bottom line and this is where rand and our in such accord. You ought to have the freedom to consult your doctor and let especially allow a doctor to prescribe medicine that's been found safe for sixty five years. Let the doctors decide and patient decide and that's exactly what you were furthering and that's what my doctors and I did and I had those treatments and it plus a lot of prayer that that's a good thing to know what the. Tell me if I'm wrong Dr taking it early as critical according to the studies that have now been released the earlier you take it the better it works you know that's absolutely the case it's best when they're the viramune. -plication is a maximum that that is in the early period before, and that's where it can be blocked effectively. So doesn't spread to the lungs and other organs it's the the Patients that I've treated four, hundred, fifty, five, very high risk patients, none of them. died a there. Are there's one death that and that was a patient who had a heart attack later after the treatment but very few had three or four had short hospitalizations. What happens unfortunately throughout our country is that doctors don't know that this is appropriate it should have been at least suggested and and encouraged to be used. There's nothing to lose with it and your doctor who sent patients home without any treatment. The the most doctors will WANNA see guideline to be able to have confidence or feel comfortable about providing treatment the they they're scared we were scared by Dr Han Dr Chee. We were told that there is a, this is a very bad ma medication, which it isn't. It's it's actually a great medication. I'm seventy, six years old I. Have Hyper tension I've been thrown into this immersed in high exposure and I take a the H. She wants to a week and I completely fine I do take. Can you take a prophylactic purposes about fifteen seconds? Sure. It's been used like that for malaria prophylaxis without any with the excellent results, it probably will prove out to be beneficial in this capacity addition and again the risk Dr Daniel Wallace said, the risk is nil. Listen what you guys telling the story you know. The saying often on this program when you intersect politics and medicine politics always wins that is what happened here. That is sad and the people that have been hurt the most through this that would be the American people. Thank you all for sharing your stories. We appreciate it and we just want let's keep America healthy again let's get this vaccine hopefully is on target Dr. Ram Paul Thank You I. Think you're right saying, Hey, yeah. The antibodies are being created in these studies or else they wouldn't be ongoing a final stage that he's for the vaccine Louis were glad Joel Eight, hundred, nine, four, one, Sean is our number quick break right back we'll continue. Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. Not What your country can do for you ask what you can do for your country. De Draws his inspiration from US soldiers in the brave men and women who were the blue. Warriors who never run from a fight they run to it. And in this fight to save the soul of our country. It's time to wake the silent majority lat this moment radicalize. The battle lines are drawn, the mission is clear and the time is upon us in Europe and November. Third Republicans are going to win the house, win the Senate and again, win the White House when the braves are prepared, there's no battle we can't win. Let's do this. Suit up Chinda. and. He'll take the lead. This is the Sean Hannity show. To, with us, eight, hundred, nine, four, one, Sean, you want to be a part of the program I. We have big breaking news on a lot of fronts tonight we'll get to it on Hannity Nine Eastern Fox, News and you know comments like Andrew Weissmann about why or trump and bar trying to reward General Flynn for lying. Pay Close attention when I'm playing here and struck I don't think we know the true story behind General Flynn. Statements. That and much more will be revealed tonight and then of the days to come. But just just to remind you keep this fresh in your mind why is the president and why is bill barred doing this whether it's what is it? That is leading them to do this and they're taking a different legal position than they take in every other case that raises these same issues in other words that was one of John's biggest points is why are you torturing the facts and the law here for Michael Flynn and this is the. National Security. Adviser. He lied to the FBI. He admitted it. He lied to the vice president of the United States and what did he lie about he lied about the conversations he had with the Russian ambassador to the United States to tell him don't. Overreact to sanctions that the prior administration had put on Russia because it had interfered with the Russian with the American election in two thousand sixteen. Why would that be something that you would lie about and why would you try and reward somebody for that kind of behavior so instead of closing the case struck sat down to question Flynn the strangest thing happened and it was very clear that he wasn't telling the truth and we repeatedly tried to get him to that by using an offering phrases. The exact things he had said the ambassador and the conversations as a former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency Flynn new has conversations with the Russian ambassador would be monitored. So. It's the damnedest thing he knew you knew. But he's still denying I can't explain it. It sounds like the old Washington story. Cover up is worse than the deed itself. And to this day I don't think we yet know the true story of what was behind. General Flynn's statements to us just keep that in your head as we go forward his, it's GonNa matter. All Right Eight, hundred, nine, four. One Sean if you want to be a part of the program Sydney Powell is with US licensed to lie big bestseller. She exposed all the prosecutorial abuse of the likes Evanger Wasteman long before the Muller you know fiasco, which we now know was predicated on on premeditated fraud and a phony dossier, and the word is by somebody that the F. B. had known to be in terms of the sub source of Russian operative for over a decade details tonight. But in the meantime Sydney Powell joins US Sydney. Been hearing all day about these rumors about you know more evidence in the Flynn case that is exculpatory and including Texan emails Can you shed some light on it? Yes. We've just received a forty pages last tonight that include Handwritten Notes of Peter Struck handwritten notes, former deputy director, Andy McCabe internal text messages between the FBI unless you worked on the Flynn matter and additional text messages between stroke and page that just are mind blowing and how they evidence outrageous deliberate misconduct by the FBI and the DOJ playing games with the life of General Flynn National Hero I mean they say things like they were prefer the known quantity of a Clinton presidency in the wildcard like president trump was. They. Were deliberately shutting down the investigation of General Flynn as of November eight we know now and an. Agent said he was so glad they were closing it. Somebody was silent about it. They didn't know what he wanted. We're wondering if that was andy. McCabe. Because they still have things redacted that would be important. Another said they knew exactly how bad things were I'm telling you man if this thing ever gets foyer to work going to be, we're going to have some tough questions asked. They even were so concerned about it a bunch of them now and got. Professional liability insurance to cover their misconduct. And it shows that there they issued requested national security letters to get general financial information simply as a ruse to get more time to keep the investigation against him. Does, it doesn't the insurance basically prove premeditation on their part. I would think so they certainly knew that what they were doing was definitely wrong I mean they they acknowledged that they even the knowledge that it wasn't even logical investigative next step to get funding for records in December of Twenty sixteen they knew this relationship with Putin was absolutely open. It's just one thing after the other and they even say if we're concerned about sensitivity or leaks, we might not want to send national security letters that we don't really intend on using. It makes no sense. You know I I. I listen to this and you know Sydney we've got an election of forty days and you've got every institution against this. President. I mean the force of the mob in the media, the Democratic Party I mean you know Kamala Harris be wear. This is not gonNA stop referring to what's going on in big cities all around the country what we watched unfold in Louisville last night. And I'm watching and I'm listening to defunding the police I'm watching people in Congress You Know Twenty nine times in election years has been Supreme Court Justice Vacancies all twenty nine times the. Duly elected president would appoint a successor and the here the Democrats threaten to and the legislative filibuster packed. The courts trying to eliminate the electoral college. We can impeach trump every day of the week if we want Nancy Pelosi. And I'm like you know what is happened to this country then the abuse of power what has happened for years General Flynn's life has been ruined and the evidence is overwhelming and incontrovertible that this was a conspiracy to destroy an innocent man in there even acknowledging it now or or. On it to there's more discussion of Anne Marie v two, six, two, thousand, seventeen, bracing of Obama on what does that say how people were scrambling for information to support certain things and it's a mad house trump was right it's still not put together. Why do we do this to ourselves? What is wrong with these people? So I I mean at what point I mean Emmett Sullivan is the judge in this case, he seems heavily vested now in the interest. Of the deep state not sure exactly. Why have my suspicions but I don't know why and and you actually praised him in your book license to lie in as relates to his handling of the Ted Stevens case by that time Ted's career already been ruined and he's gone and you know I I'm trying to understand how do they justify this? Why are we only finding this forty days before the next election? Why didn't we find this three years ago? ESPN has been hiding I think the FBI's fought to keep it classified tooth and nail and apparently is still fighting because I understand there's more to come, and of course, on areas because that's still in other things out there that are Scott story that we don't have. Yeah. Yeah. Director. Ray, so reluctant. Correct race. So reluctant and resistant to do his Job Sydney because I've had it. A lot beyond had it. It's it's it's crew the the behavior suppressing this out instead of completely exculpatory of General Flynn and call a Tory of the people who framed him is itself obstruction of justice and it's Flipping appalling. You know I I don't know what to say I. Mean Words now escaped me which kind of impossible for me Sydney, I mean I I mean this man's life has been ruined others. Lives have been ruined those that we have overwhelming incontrovertible evidence on premeditated fraud on a Pfizer court. We're GONNA get into great details tonight apparently that sub source that the. FBI. Interviewed of Christopher. Steele. They knew to be over a decade a Russian agent. You know we see. Hunter Biden's connections to Russian Allah guards. You know transfers of money in sums of money to you know Ukrainians and Russians and deep deep financial ties to China all wall his father is vp and he's making millions and and yet the the barely bats an eyelash. Donald Trump you and I both know what would happen. Yes and we know that McCabe went to brief the Senate Select Committee on intelligence that five, fifteen on May ten, twenty, seventeen, and they were trying very hard to pin something on plan his no-show Flynn opened colon nothing new line closed Colin, everything co next line blackmail, theoretically possible. Not strongest theory. You know I'm just at this point you know you begin to flood. The Zone on these issues sedan. You know what I mean by that, and that is that you know we're now you know so close to an election and and I'll be honest director Ray, has not done. Any has not done. Country is service here. He's not shown the urgency needed to restore integrity to the great is law enforcement agency and intelligence agencies on the face of the earth and to get justice for innocent people. That is frustrating I find dorm and painfully slow when the evidence to to indict on some issues has been there forever, and now we're in a position while he does anything at this point, it's going to be viewed as political or it's not going to be covered like Ron Johnson's you know blockbuster developments yesterday this was the trump kids you know New York Times ABC NBC CBS Fake News Cable Channels They'd be all over there not. They've already been prison. Great be in prison. All right. Well, thanks for all you're doing. Please send our best for you know eventually he will be free, but it's taken way too long. It's sad. It shouldn't happen. This is the United States of America. It's happening here eight, hundred, nine, four, one Sean if you. WanNa be a part of the program. All right. Let's get to our phones here as we say, Hi to win. These and Kansas Wendy you're on the Sean Hannity show thanks for your patience. No problem I just wanted to say in regards to John Taylor situation as tragic as it really is the one person that we don't ever blame is the boyfriend and how do you not committed a crime and how to warrant for his arrest no police would have been there. No shots would've been fired and she would not be. So. You know look I I understand it stills a mistake that we can have happened and Wendy what I. Mean by that this is a two and a half month undercover investigation, which is what police do. It's dangerous for apparently a lot of surveillance had taken place and and we explained in great detail. The USA Today article is to the former boyfriend. What Israel was him using Brianna Taylor's address there should be yes. More anger directed. Towards that individual when it wasn't his address, you know the boyfriend I I kinda understand from his perspective he didn't know what was happening and somebody breaks in the house. It was a no knock entry legal entry by the police he the first fires at the police police then as the Attorney General of of Kentucky said have been the right to defend themselves and it just this poor innocent woman who seems to. Have devoted her life to service of others and healing of others. Is is killed in all of this. It is heart wrenching to hear it and I. Want all of that, but he would not have committed a crime and that would ever it would just be nothing would be if you would not have committed a crime I firstly. I mean. I just don't WanNa get into the idea. It is just very, very precise dangerous work all of it and is not going to be perfection ever. But they've got to do that. We can do better. We always need to pursue I. always say that more perfect a more perfect union more perfect police wore perfect justice more perfect economy more perfect. You know uniting of people. It's gotta be a goal but I wish I had more time I just don't eight hundred, nine, four, one sean by the way if you missed our five o'clock hour and you WanNa, go to Hannity dot com we have Louie. Gohmert and Rand Paul and our web series with doctors just information you can take you know any way you WanNa take it. And you decide for yourself believers that you get to decide you get to choose these things all the time we have left for today, we're locked up and loaded tonight on Hannity Nine Eastern Fox News police say Dvr all right. Lindsey Graham reveals that in fact, the sub source of steel interviewed in January twenty seventeen known Russian agent for over a decade. Sydney Powell reveal struck page text messages for client. That would be General Flynn and other notes that have now become available Peter. Sweitzer on the corrupt hunter along with Gregg Jarrett on Solomon? On Louisville Nine Eastern set, your dvr Hannity Fox News, see tonight, and back here. 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"Dear young rocker season two is a raw honest strange and entertaining story about finding yourself in your early twenties and a lifelong relationship with music. It's hosted by me Chelsea arson, an executive produced by Jake Brennan of disgrace land. Dear Young. rocker comes to you from double elvis, productions and iheartradio listen to dear young rocker on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Back with talk. You don't control. World's most dangerous mourning. EJ. Big. Day and everybody's business but in a good way. To Rula rubbing you the wrong way. Different Good Morning USA your Yo Yo Yo Yo Yo yo Yo y'all yo yo Yo yo Yo yo Yo yo Yo yo Yo yo Yo yo Yo yo Yo yo Yo yo Yo yo Yo yo Yo yo good morning Lee. Envy. Charlene the God peace to the planet guess what day it is. Guess What Day it is all Happy be here. What's happening? What's In good. Minus. Two BS. Life's great right. You have to appreciate everyday life you have to say thank you. Gratitude. Should be your attitude when you wake up breathing. I think so anyway. Get Ready. For. The day. So that's Friday. I got a lot of really. happening. So excited for that your mic. Everything, you got to reset. The Shot Toronto what. She was seeing Angela days this Friday which she does this Hughes performance there's going to be giveaways. It's GonNa be a lot of stuff going on. So that happens this Friday. So excited for Angelie Day. To let sound better. Yeah he's talking about now. Okay. Iran. Yeah. So that's what I was saying just. Yesterday right I have a lot of things that I'm actually giving away and we're supporting. Businesses Anesthesia released a reggae gold twenty, twenty, four VP records. So I'm teaching them to bring you some reggae and dancehall. Sound. Like you frying chicken underwater now there. Are. More time well, McRae will be joining us this morning. We're. GonNa kick it with the crate. Always, like talking to mckree, he's got a new. restoration. Believe he's dropping a book of the same name as well. We'll take a little quaint find out all about that and we got front page news what we talked about. Scared to talk you go. I didn't even do nothing. Better now. Right we are going to talk about Jacob Blake and his shooting what is his condition as of now, and what is happening in Wisconsin? All right. We'll get into all that when we come back is the breakfast club Ramona. Morning everybody is DJ Envy Angela. Ye Shall I mean the guy we are the breakfast club, some front page news. Judah Games last night. showed me money says. I. Actually did not see any basketball game last night and I don't know how that's possible because I was watching ESPN and I turned to aren't convention for a little while but other than that I didn't watch watch much TV. Okay. To. Any game clippers one wondering. The nuggets beat the jazz last night and also the clippers beat the mavericks last night Okay and boy did they beat them one fifty four, one eleven? Housing. That's that's a pretty a pretty hellfire beating. That's. So what else guy? I was since you are talking about scores in the NBA Fredricka vanfleet and norm Powell said, the raptors were considering Boycotting Games after the Jacob Blake shooting. Plan or not planned his pressure on somebody. So you would it be nice. If we all say, we're not playing and the owner of the Milwaukee Bucks that's going to trickle down if he upset of play puts pressure on District Attorney's office state's attorneys and governors politicians there to to make real change and get some justice I. If we're going sit here and talk about making change then you know at some point, we're going to have to put on on something up to Louis back I'm just altered immediate aspect of as we talk about it every day always, but it just feels like a big pacifier at this point. In fact, brother-in-law's wants to do something but you know I it's gone definitely take more than one game. 'cause you know what they say Oh, we got investigate which I never undestand. When there's a video I think investigations you know that's just seems like a proper protocol to follow. But when there's an actual video of what we saw, how do you justify that? How could you have come out of that situation sale yet? He you know they they they were in the right to do what they did now no way. That's my ass. That's professional malpractice if you ask me. Yeah the federal investigators are reviewing that police shooting right now, and you know just for some context twenty, nine year old black man. Jacob Blakey was shot at close range Sunday evening he was trying to enter an suv he was not armed. He remains in the hospital in stable condition. They're saying now that he is paralyzed and they're not sure if it will be permanent. Miracle if he is able to walk again. Now. Here's Jacob. Blake's. Governo. This senseless attempted murder that was committed. Yeah and the reason that that I guess they pulled him over the reason that they came as he was actually breaking up a fight. So they had the wrong person right? Is that correct? Yeah, he was breaking up a fight I and listen these police officers. They still haven't made a statement. We don't know what their response is. We don't know what escalation they tried to use. They have no idea what's happening on their end. So there's never any reason to shoot a man seven times in back though it's not like that guy was reaching into his car to pull out a AK47 and turn around and shoot the police officers. But if you really wanted to restrain the guy should have restrained before he even got to the car it was two of Y'all three, oh, y'all. Can't slam slam people to the ground any other time? Why couldn't you do it in that moment? Yes. Attorney Ben Crump said right now the police have said none of what their reason was for shooting him seven times in the back instead they're trying to obtain statements from Blake's family said, well, why don't you tell us what you did to justify using this force? What kind of De Escalation did you use? What kind of training did you follow? What was it that made you shoot at least seven times in his back at point-blank range while his three boys were in the car watching their father get executed and I believe one of the kids is eight and it was his birthday. was very hard to come up with a reason when you don't have a reason t know they've they've they've used every single excuse in the book throughout the history of of time that I've been alive justify lot of these police shootings, which you know the the more they get caught on camera the less. Reasoning, they can come up with you can't say, oh, he was fighting with us. He was crooked with a gun Yada Yada, Yada it okay. That happened in up and walked away our behind him like it could have been something else that was other shooting demand seven tax. Now. The Governor of Wisconsin Tony Evers has called for calm yesterday. He also declared a state of emergency and doubled the National Guard deployment in Kenosha from one hundred and twenty five to two, hundred and fifty, and they were more than thirty fires that were set in the city's downtown dozens of buildings were destroyed and. According to the governor he said, we cannot allow the cycle of systemic racism injustice to continue. We also cannot continue going down this path of damage and destruction and Jacob Blake's mother Julia Jackson said, the damage does not reflect what her family wants and that somkiat he would be very pleased us right and good luck trying to get a generation of brothers and sisters raised off knock if you booked to calm down all right and they shouldn't calm down in his thing, America needs to understand and it's inevitable. Always come in and it's not revenge as Karma like you can't continue to push in kill push and kill a group of people, and then eventually those people don't respond with violence and it's not about winning or losing either because nobody wins when nothing like that happens. But I I, truly fear that America chant escape. It's calm. It's inevitable. Right. Well, that is your front page news. Get it off your chest eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five, one. If you need to vent, it is up right now again, a numbers eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five, hundred, breakfast, local morning the breakfast club. Your town to get it off your chest whether you're man or blast. We want to hear from you on the breakfast club. Hello, who's this is brandon from Louisiana neighboring, get it off your king are you doing I'm good. How are you guys doing this morning? I'm lacking highly favored brother just trying to get off my chest and trying to see why are we not talking about this killing in Louisiana last year about a thirty one year old black man that police killed just even they say he had a knife that's still not a reason to kill somebody shot the man in his bag and will walk into the store. This is. Another killer. Yes. Sadly haven't heard about go. To Google it out check that one out. Name. Lafayette Louisiana. Now, what's his name Front. Check that one out I had trauma to my memory exa. Thank you hello. Who's this a piece of blesses? Man What's up. I'm good man I'm good. Angela. How you pulling over there? And do well, thank you. How are you? I'm doing blood and blood and I'm trying to stay on. Earth. Crazy. You know. Is He shootings of black people you know. Man We speaking about it. I can. I. Really question. Sure. Yes. Sir It seems like I'm banned from the radio man what's going on you're on the rain right now. But I you know I've been calling for. Last month to even month and you know I've been getting shut down by Brahmos and you know people in the back seen that playing back world. It listen listen to Sean we Thank God we have millions and millions and millions of listeners every week I think I-. Statistic I read a long time ago with ten percent that audience 'cause into the radio station. Let's say ten percent of four, million, eight million. Okay. So a lot of people. Do so much. Fun. You entrust. Trap does, travel interest. You know why? The back door why is that back door? Barely Oh, he's been on one has been traveling on one Senate. Last two, three weeks. It's. GotTa Problem Travel Sean. Sean. Is Not a lot of. NATO. The the love that shown. To. Believe I can't believe you're using your time to talk about tra. Travel. Trauma. PTSD post traumatic stress y'all everytime he calls he talks about traff you have. Yeah thousand. Stress Disorder, I feel sorry for him and track. If. You're just joining US traveling Sean. How to rap battle here on the radio and travel washed Sean I mean God in his ass like 'em anymore and it hasn't been the same sense I want to go get help to deal with trump i. get it off your chest eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five, one. If you need to hit his, now's the breakfast club good morning. Breakfast Club. What were you doing in college and your early twenties probably some partying hooking up with that cute someone desperately trying to pick your future career and maybe even spending some time finding yourself. Yeah. Me Too in season two of deer young rocker I tell the story of my own early twenties. It's a raw honest strange and entertaining story about how we all end up becoming ourselves. Even when we try to be someone else hopefully, you're journey didn't involve getting. Sucked into a colt running away to an island to be a made for billionaires and lots of shoplifting. But that's what happened when I tried to give the one thing I. Love More than anything playing music join me Chelsea person for dear young rocker season two. Dear Young Rocker is executive produced by Jake Brennan of disgrace land incomes. Few Double Elvis, productions, and iheartradio listen dear young rocker on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Tally. Visit to get it off your chest whether you're mad or pledged eight, hundred, five, eight, zero, five, one we want to hear from you on the breakfast club. Hello. WHO's this? Tracy Good morning richest. Tracy, good morning. How are you doing? Encourage people There's a lot of talk about a one world government coming. But what I see is the only government of one world on is the government of God it's. Earth destiny is to be fulfilled about what God proposes and there will be peace. The line will lay with the lamb and the meek shall inherit the earth. So I encourage people just to hold on and so just see what this pad. I'm all opportunities are available. You know I believe that Silly but I do know that. When I- revelations I, see what's coming and a lot of people are seeing what's coming another thing is people only wanted to do is be interested in what was DM's and social media. Now people asking deeper questions now. So if anybody. Amen. Brother. Anything. This. Activity this working I'm not putting anybody down one of the deeper meanings. What is trying to tell us what it? Is. You know that there is something going on bigger than ourselves and it won't be fulfilled man was made in God's image and he loves us and we have gone up purpose no matter what's going on so We still vote division at the active but don't be unconscious but be conscious I encourage all the brothers and sisters, and we all brothers and sisters to just do and sit and listen to the deepest things and go about your business positively. They got. Rabbit bless all praises due to God and I tell people all the time and you you you humans better start giving other humans grace. You want God to give you because there are going to be something serious. Hello. WHO's this? Jacksonville LaSalle Bro. Ville Jack and kill Florida get it off your chest Brown brought. Okay I. Wonder I wanted some advice show one I'm going to college down here in Jackson go to Jacksonville University but I'm trying to transplant down through. Florida Atlantic University for its way. Slowly. Enough. No. Any good scholarships grants that I could apply for. An Florida I'm not sure. tried. Any have you have? You looked on Google it. Definitely definitely lot author. Charlemagne I do have a bone to pick what you I call early edition Thanksgiving understand what I was saying talk to me. You have got to stop you've gotTa stop telling these lives man you got stop saying that the average every size he was like eight something man, you gotTa stop saying. I've never I've I've never said that Sir to men comes about as. I said that my penis is is seven inches in three four, eight one is warm out I've never said the average size for peanuts need inches man i. Keep saying my asked. I would be here that that is not because I thought one time and. Nash who average sized penises five point six inches sir with four point eight inches of circumference. I've never said that the average of penises eight inches I told you. My Penis is sir. Guys. Do you want to continue his talk at six in the morning? I. Wake Up. because. I. Was Concerned about being below average is that what this was about? I'm. Wondering I'm saying is out of time but. Do, math King. All right. See. Making and making a call up before breakfast and discuss penis is is not feel uncomfortable. Okay. Yeah, he knows who to call it. Talk about penises in the morning. That's right. Get it off your chest another man that's comfortable. Eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one. Oh, five, one if you need or if you want to call up and talk about penises, you can do that to You know we've got room way yes. Kevin. Hart and you same boat too. They look alike, how did they get mistaken for each other and post about corona? Virus we'll get into that next breakfast club good morning the breakfast club. It's about. Roy. IS THE RUMOR REPORT The Breakfast Club. So. There was a post that went up on NBC News it says World Records Sprinter and eight time Olympic gold medalist. Same Bolt has tested positive for the corona virus and itself isolating at his home in Jamaica only problem is they posted a picture of Kevin, Hart? That's I thought it and that's why I always confuse white people. I do it on purpose. I will mistake Ben Affleck Matt Damon in a heartbeat. I will mistake Neil. Patrick Harris for channing Tatum, all day I love mistaking Ryan Reynolds. Ellen, degeneres. That's one of my favorite ones. The CD, not even close though life. Kevin Kevin and use them for three and you saying like what? Six Two? Totally the I. Want to hear what they claim happen. Yeah. All right. So just to break it down NBC News did apologize and they said very sorry about that. But technically glitch in how photos show up on facebook and some people did win that they've had similar issues. It's facebook glitch and they said people are burning NBC's today because facebook pulled the thumb of Kevin. Hartford. Story on you same boat. That's not NBC's fought. FACEBOOK had a bug for several years that can pull Amos from a related story on the page and insist on being the headed happens to us. So that wasn't a former video director deadspin tweeting about what happens. And listen I love to say that Elton John and the last living beetle just to Piss people off too. But breakfast club as we did that we did that this week I didn't do it personally but the white people who upload our videos damn show confused Larry Johnson for Larry Johnson. Larry. Player for Larry. Johnson. The basketball player. Glitch. I think the person had the same name. So they just pulled the picture of the wrong person. Either way all black. You still don't look like you should double check. Okay. You should double check when you're uploading pictures of black people, White folks. That's why you gotTa have diverse rooms. Tudo right could all you had to turn to a black person and? Kevin Hart I mean, that's not you saying. Just Google. Well I. Think what they're trying to say happens is that they pull the pictures for you. So it goes with the story. And so it's a glitch on facebook. That's what. They're trying that. It's something that happens automatically with these news re. Because Kevin Hart. Had, said in his stand up that he did have corona virus earlier this year. So there was a story about using BOBA CORONA virus. So facebook I guess it's They pull a picture and must have been a similar story on the page about Corona virus and uphold the wrong picture. I don't know I don't use for my news from. All. Black look alike. I think it's more like a algorithm thing. It's not like Algorithm. There is not. Sat there pulled the picture that China say because the story was about corona upholds the wrong picture I don't know I would add. Algorithm. What he Kevin. Opposed to Charlemagne instead it was me I will be mad as hell, but go ahead. Kevin Hart said, no comment I must've gotten really fast and tall overnight. I wanted to take advantage of this moment in race anybody in the world we can bet whatever is just got real. I'm also no longer doing comedy due to my Olympic training schedule. I'm back bitches PS this is disrespectful on so many levels all you can do is laugh maybe the covid nineteen shrunk his legs and torso. Steak. White Person. Today. Okay. That's all. That's all right now. The Detroit Lions has become the first. Professional. Sports Team to not have practice too because of social justice concerns, they actually canceled their practice. So that is Trey flowers was talking about what happened and petition apertures who is a Detroit. Lions Coz. They had a conversation and following the death of George. Floyd and you know all that Trey Flowers wended Matt. Patricia, to do because it was like what I do to help. He said just listen and the comment weighed on Matt Patricia and a video emerged of Jacob Blake being shot in the back by police in Kenosha Wisconsin. And Matt Patricia decided. I just don't feel right about going into practice I. Don't feel right about running football's row without talking to my team. So we had a team meeting, one hundred players, coaches and staff and everybody. They said it was a very heavy emotional and powerful day and decided to. Call it off that day and canceled practice. I wonder if cooperation understanding I wonder if corporations understand the trauma that comes with being a black person in America and having to see these executions on the Internet on TV all day everyday. I wonder if they understand how much that weighs on us, we still are asked and required to come to work in and do our jobs I, wonder if they understand the told that that takes on US wonder I right now Bella Thorne has said that she made two million dollars on only fans in a week in a one a week two, million dollars in twenty four hours she made a million dollars he's also making a movie about it. would. Give Him. The accident remember we were talking about her before. What was she on? Disney. I Dunno, it was. What does she? She's she sings that's not Hannah. Montana is. That's Miley Cyrus. Miley Cyrus. You mistake your way people right now pilots molly stars one used date Pete Davidson. Ariana Gandhi. You haven't Miss Wiping. It was Arianna Grind Day. Had to be for Kanye West man come. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. No. Okay. So Arianna was the one that you would be would win that Kanye interrupted onstage are that who built on his That's that's Adel. Adel Oh wait a minute now. I know she made two million dollars only fans in a week. She said she's putting her donations to charity and her production company, and she's also using her experience with the website as a research for movie. That's he wants to make an star in with. Sean Baker. Pretty interesting now maybe she won't be so mad at me all the time for when Kanye interrupted her vme's. Those all those years ago. I'm happy forest -GRATULATIONS BILL I right well, I'm Angela and that is your rumor report. All right. Thank you. Miss Ye now When we come back we got front page news what we're talking about the Republican National. Convention night to give you some highlights Melania Charles Duke last night also will tell you what she said. All, those white people look alike I'm telling you that right now. All right. The RNC look like wipe. It's the breakfast club good morning. And Maria markets together, we're exploring the margins of history specifically at the intersection of history in true crime. Welcome to the criminality podcast our first season of the show all about lady poisoners mystery has not been kind to ladies. Women have been marginalized. They've been vilified their falsely accused and often just played misunderstood time and time again. But sometimes women take power for themselves and sometimes they do it through murder. Some of these women absolutely were guilty, but some of them were probably labeled as criminals with that was not the case in all of them were viewed through societies lenses sitting at this intersection of being both killers and the fairer sex but how many were just misunderstood. Listen to criminality on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts wherever you get your podcast. Morning everybody is the envy Angela Yee Charlemagne Guy. We are the breakfast club. Let's get some front page news. Where we start. Well, let's start with Clippers coach, doc rivers. He was speaking last night, and this was before a game five and he was discussing just the anger and sadness and having to address all of these issues with officers shooting a black person yet again with Jacob Blake just watching the Republican convention all you hear Donald Trump and all talking about fear we're the ones getting killed. We're the ones getting shot really wanted deny to live in certain communities. We've been home. We've been shot only do is keep hearing a fear. It's amazing. Why we keep loving this country. And this country. Back. God bless doc I feel your paying king. This isn't even about being American, no is bigger than the country wariness about being a child of God knowing that something out there is bigger than you and giving humans the grace that you want God to give you because I promise you the energy that this country gives out we'll come back is all inevitable a war is coming and trust me it won't be revenged it will be Karma. Her able according to Ben Crump who is Blake's attorney for the family? He's saying that Jacob Blake is paralyzed right now after being shot multiple times by police in Wisconsin. He said it would take a miracle for him to walk again American knows is inevitable A war is brewing is coming in like I said, it's not revenge common because you just won't continue to push kill pushing, kill the people, and then eventually those people don't respond with violence and it's not about winning or losing that war either because nobody wins when something like that happens but I I just feel it's inevitable. Well. The Governor of Wisconsin has declared a state of emergency. Cars and buildings were set ablaze they. He called in two hundred and fifty members of the National Guard to assist as well. And actually there were two people. Multiple Gunshot. Victims yesterday according to the Kenosha Police Department it said a person was injured and taken to the hospital with serious but non life threatening injuries but two people are dead. As well, and they're investigating what happened right now they're investigating whether the shooting resulted from a conflict between demonstrators and a group of men with weapons who are protecting businesses. So right now they're asking that anybody who has information. Please contact them is amazing to me how do you call in the National Guard to deal with the victims of these murderers in these violent attacks? Why not calling somebody to deal with the perpetrators of these crimes like I don't think that there would be this type of reaction if the government just simply did what it was supposed to do whenever we see black people get shot and killed at the hands of the police, the way that we do just arrested Goddamn. COPS. The cops like the criminals that they are when they do stuff like this if they did, they wouldn't they wouldn't have these kind of reactions in these cities. Really. Just that simple. Again, the Republican National Convention to was last night and Milania trump spoke, and here she is discussing ratio racial injustice. It is a harsh reality that we are not proud of parts of our history I encourage people to focused on our future was still learning from our past I urge people to come together in a civil manner so we can work and live up to our standard American ideals. I also asked people to stop the violence and looting being done in the name of justice and never make assumptions. On the collar or person skiing instead of during down, let's reflect on our mistakes be proud of our evolution and look to our way forward. Why should we give that advice to all racist white devils that she's probably speaking to when you say don't make assumptions of about a person because of the Kalinski husband. Got Turnover. What how about this I'll come on and you think they sleep in the same bed knock it off listen. I. Definitely didn't stay up from Malania trump does that was that was not the headline? I. Wanted to see I went to bed I was like I got free tickets to the show but I didn't stay for the Headline News Day. We'll have an interesting. Ira Well Manziel a year and that is your front page news. All right. Thank you MS year. Now when we come back, look crazy will be joining us. We'll kick it with grace. Don't move is the breakfast club. Immonen. The Breakfast Club. Back. At the world's most the morning show morning everybody is Dj Envy Angela Ye. Shall I mean the Guy We oughta breakfast club we got a special guest in the building right now we have loughrey. cray peace. King. Always, a blessing the privilege even under these circumstances. Absolutely. How are you? Holding up in their during this pandemic, how you quarantining? Man. You know what I'm saying, I'm a I'm the principal I'm cook. I'm the janitor you know San and. They all get expelled as far as. You said you're doing well despite these circumstances. What are these circumstances? I mean we right now we sit in the middle of racial and social unrest we sit in the middle of. I'm president. Pandemic we in a in a political climate unlike anything we've ever been in before. So it's a lot of. You know I don't I don't even think human beings are conditioned to be able to process all at the same time. It's like. Trying to process it simultaneously traumatic. During this time, how do people keep the faith? Like you say it would everything that's going on and people losing their jobs in. Family members being sick I do people keep their faith during this time? It's still believe I can tell you for me. What's been helpful for me is is having close friends having people around me. Understand why I'm going through can look me in my face and and and not try to fix me face me every day reading my Bible and doing some devotional Consistently, music has been helpful for me meditation. You GotTa, do meditation and and shoot. If you need just event, you know meant to people and let them set you straight. All of that stuff is helpful for me I don't know if we've had this conversation lucrative which you know I've always said I pray and I go to therapy and I know a lot of religions it's changed over the past few years but a lot. Of religious folks don't necessarily believe in therapy. What do you say about Yeah. I agree with you I think oftentimes there's not a lot of integration and and so when you when it pertains to faith or religion I like them to like piano and the piano sounds real good by itself but the piano that doesn't want to play with the guitar and the drums is is doesn't sound beautiful and the drums and a and a and a good tar therapy and maybe medication you know what I mean so I pray the Lord told me to go my cup and somebody's chaired. Right. So we need more more integration. Man Nobody would say you know overweight just pray about your the way to fall off. You GotTa do the work word. Now. Crazy do address that in your new book as well. I M restored how I lost my religion but found my faith and there are a lot of things about yourself that you hadn't even realized as well and I know this is a kind of a part of your earlier book and you were talking about your relationship with your wife with your children. So now that you guys are home during this pandemic, you address those head on. Man I mean honestly I've been I've been in therapy for two years. You know dealing with stuff like obviously, if anybody who understands my story understand like I'm on my hip hop kid who found the Lord but I found America's version of Christianity which was detrimental to my psyche and it was it was drenched in white supremacy. So I had to deconstruct my faith come to grips with who got his and and strip away to nationalist mindsets that were drenched in it and messed up my belief in God it messed up my my marriage messed up my whole idea of what it means to be a father. So I had to deconstruct everything and in reconstruct. So it's like the toll on everybody, you know what I'm saying and You know I was as you're reading a book you know what I'm saying there was near divorce situations there was not wanting to go to teach my kids the Bible. It was a lot of stuff like that that really had to help me on a kind of plowed through and then on top of that like I said I'm hip hop kid who came into the church. So it was easy for me to just revert back to what I came from instead of you know what I mean like like trying to seek God more and I'm grateful that he he pulled me out of that. You were talking about your kids early how old are your kids? Eleven twelve and eight. How do you explain everything that they've seen on social media in shootings and killings of black men? Like how do you explain that to them? Right into it you know what I'm saying like I I'm not saying I do it right? I'm just saying I'm doing the buy you gotta you gotTa remember man like I'm a black man in America I'm I'm coming out of I grew up in gang environment and and I had a spiritual transition. I've got my life on track I'm not in jail I had to avoid so many things. So there's audit undue pressure in trauma just from being black in America and now it's like well, don't you know? I'm trying to raise my kids in the best way. Possible. So my eight year old saw a murderer George Floyd I didn't shield. His eyes from that and some people say that was wrong. But for me I I, mean him to see the realities out here. I, know it's traumatic but listen I'd rather you understand in traumatic circumstances that we live in you be blinded and blindsided and be wondering why you're not treated the same. So they have very vivid understanding of what's going on. They can talk politics, they can talk race they can talk all those being everything's on the table at my house. Now must have been difficult. There was a point when they tried to say Lacrosse is cancelled and that was because of a soundbite that was circulating on the Internet where. Board, Asia cancel you forgotten. and. That has to be disappointing. 'cause you think about all the amazing work you've been doing in the community and just even in your music. And then this one sound byte that didn't have the full context around and all of a sudden the is canceled. So how did you deal with that? Mentally how did that affect you? Black twitter will call for you survive twitter. Twitter you. To, break down what happened for people that don't know a lot of people like what happened. I was invited to. A discussion, how to charge about the murder George Floyd and so the racial injustice society is supposed to be me Dr Bernice King the owner chick-fil-a in a pastor in Atlanta a white pass on land and so at the last minute Bernice King was unable to calm I guess she got sick or whatnot, and we sat down and you know I've had interaction with them before so I didn't have any reason to believe this is be a go left or way we're situation and I believe that there was like a sense of like, Hey, let me listen. To what this black man has to say and learn and and talk for the people the problem a lot of times with white leaders and power is that they're so used to being involved no and being in control that when it comes to an issue on race and justice, they think you can just get the cliff notes and go off the cuff off the cuff. He said he was trying to say man why people struggle with fragility and maybe we don't call it white privilege. What have we call it white blessing and I was like, Oh, Lord God. I got A. I've got a quick on my toes to navigate the situation He says something about slavery as well which I didn't hear because I was thinking processing like where's he going and what I'm about to say in response? But but it shocked me. So I was like caught off guard and over the course of the conversation I tried to course correct them and change what he was saying. But everybody just caught that clip where he said White, you know white blessing wipe privilege white blessing and I'm like. Trying to process it now, and you know twitter blew up like no, why you didn't put the tables over why? Why are you with him saying this type stuff and I wasn't cool with it obviously more shock but I will say this where I dropped the ball and can own it when I mess up I own it. So I'm not GonNa try to defend it where I dropped the ball I, sent her my answer around find help wipe people understand what was With what they're saying, instead of censoring my answer on all the black folks who are hurt by remark and I think they felt like man you you recognize that we were watching this which at the moment, it was a room for the white people. So I really wasn't thinking about the black folks who were here that and be like devastated. So. That was a lesson for me. You know learn and then Blackwood A. Like. We need you to do better and I and I receive it. I like and we can all do better. But if a sound bite, I more lucrative when we come back, don't move is the breakfast club. Good. Morning. Everybody is EJ Envy Angela Yee show me new guy. We are the breakfast club still kicking it the crate. Now you decided to release this album in jail before general release correct. Yeah. Yeah. was that they went to here's my thing during the civil rights era people didn't have a problem with religion or with with faith or the church because the church have boots on the ground but I. Feel. Like in this era of people struggle with fate and people struggle with God and and and charge because they don't see believers really getting out there getting their hands dirty. So I'm like I'm GonNa take the take it to task and say if the I will be laughing lascaux be first let's treat the People Society Studio last I take care of incarcerated people I got family who's incarcerated. I grew up with my pops in and out of prison and the whole night. So for me, it was like I know y'all human beings and people overlooked overlooked y'all. So I WANNA take care y'all and that's just been a part of my mo when my last album dropped out, my tore my first two stops on rikers island in La County because those are the folks who get overlooked. Don Corona virus you see all these inmates are getting infected. that. We did a whole campaign. We brought asks for the prisoners out here in Georgia math for people We did a whole campaign with that and I just want people to see like man we hear some people be like the church where to church it and I'm like no out here like we for real out here you know saying is`solidarity and we don't all men are all agree on. The same thing. But at the same time, I don't subscribe to this Western Political Evangelical version of Christianity, off scribes who an authentic faith that is a grassroots for the people movement that that God is for the people you know what I'm saying no one ever I hear you say that the Western civilization White Evangelical no sense of Christianity I feel like that's what the brother Kanye was on right now. What do you think about? I know some of the folks who are influential and as Christian Walk Right now and And I'll be candid I. Just I just say I don't I agree with those folks I don't think they're on the right path I think they have a political bent, a political agenda and in a power agenda and I don't think that they think they're wrong. I think there's a lot of institutional racism in there and some white supremacy issues of mixed in. With their fake and so their nationalism and their and their faith is mixed together and I'm not saying that kind as eating that up. But I'm saying those are the people who are involved in some circles and so hopefully, he'll grow immature I. Think Right now he's. You know anytime you embrace something new, you embrace new fake zealous and you just passionate and. You WanNa you know do this do that and do the next and I think hopefully hill mature you know that's why it says be quick to East because the League because when you just learned something you don't want us some role of a leader or a teacher and he's been a leader his whole career so you know it's like almost unfair that he Gets thrust into this position, and now he has to leave when he's just now baby a baby and the fate trying to learn what this all means. So I think it's unfair position for him. Hopefully, that's not what ends up implement him. It was detrimental for me my face hopefully, he'll. He'll sphere outside of that but does owning your darkness look like to you. Best Analogy, I can give you like if you know you got a life threatening disease don't pretend like you don't have it and just keep on going about your business like if you know you've got high blood pressure stop eating fried chicken you know what? I mean you gotta own the fact that you have this and then made changes toward it so for. ME. On my darkness is acknowledging that the struggle that I have issues that have that I'm you know and not trying to deny them and that's the problem I think we're leadership especially within churches. Leaders are not willing to admit that they messed up. I'm not a Christian got together I'm Christian because I'm I'm a mess and I know I need a savior. When you decided therapy two years. At the first time then went. I went in two thousand sixteen like after after Mike Brown but I just didn't. It didn't click with me I didn't realize a therapist. A spouse or befriend you gotta go through a few of them before you. Find the one that worked where you know what I'm saying. Twenty. Two years ago. Was the right time? Little crazy. Too. Hard. You know I'm saying like it was like I began to try to cope with drinking while I was on tour. You know what? I'm saying like twenty sixteen year on tour and you like man I'm GonNa have a drink. I'm stressed out Mike Brown and I'm trying to be a voice for the people in their wandering turn to turn the turn of five. And you realize like man I'm I'm grieving and I'm coping through alcohol and our realize it and and I talk about this book as well like I went to the doctor like L. Man I'm I'm I'm I'm tweeting out like I really had a panic attack one day at a basketball game. I was at a off game as somebody who's like yelling mccray and I was like Yo and started always spending like somebody's GonNa interrupt my little moment of peace and want. To Autograph WanNa Talk to me and I was staying on edge. You know what I mean. It's all I. have to drink the calmed down and I wanted to see the doctor telling me about it. He was like he was he was a shady bill Dr boy do I'm at the doctor's office shut down now but he's like man you should try somebody bars I mean these then you know what I'm saying and I was like Dude, call them bars so. Anyway. So that. Got Me on Zanny for second and now and everything that that wasn't good because I'm drinking and popping pills. Just, trying to manage everything going on my mind and I was like I'm flipping out this ain't healthy for me. So I ended up going to a therapist trying to get some peace of mind is the project man? It was a straight up prophet. You diagnose clinical depression. Yeah that was in twenty eighteen. I I didn't know what happened to me. So we've got so bad from two thousand, sixteen just battling balloting at one day and twenty twenty eighteen I woke up with like with cloud. Best described as like you know the sun is shining. You know the trees are green but you can't appreciate none of it. It's like all bland. Watch basketball you wouldn't get excited is like what is this? You know I mean in the outright I'll know what this is. Off The clinical depression and so that was a while journey just trying to navigate that in You know I'm very fortunate. I was able to take four months off and just you know rest and go to therapy Medicaid and and just research and and help people everybody don't have it. Now that's right. mccray. We appreciate you for joining us this morning Bravo and Adam is. Is Independent and. No. One hundred percent independent. Independent go get restoration featuring John Legend beat as cargo kid Kirk Franklin man you know. Daddy you know great project really honored to be able to put it out there. Hope people from healing and restoration listen the May not all believe in the same way. But at the end of the day, we are made with purpose worth value and I want God to restore everybody listens to it. All right look. Emba their. Concert. Here, go to my website loughrey dot com check out the partial concert in the book October Thirteenth Armor Store Love my face. You know make sure you check me out appreciate salt as well. I'll hear doing or Thank you brother. Warning everybody is DJ Envy Angela Ye. Shall I mean the guy? We are the breakfast club let's get to the room is the sole Claudia Jordan. This is the rumor report with Angela. On the breakfast club. Now. Listen I know you're haven't been watching marriage boot camp but Claudia Jordan's ex-boyfriend Medina Islam, who's also an actor he's featured are Mary's bootcamp dating major on the show they haven't had sex. So that's part of the thing that's going on with them my marriage boot camp now Claudia Jordan has revealed that Medina Islam when she was dating him was physically abusive to her. She was talking about that on her show on Fox soul and here's what she had to say we got him through argument I rapped his phone and he was wrestling out of my hand and this is the first time. I've ever said this because you know what? I got inspired by Mega Saudi I've been holding. This five years now, almost Lybia or youth, and he body Slam flamy into the toilet broken in half and the porcelain in Washington everywhere I kept that to myself. I never called the police on him. I stayed in bed for four days with back spasms and we protect these black men and guess what is there were thank you. Is there a I'll never do again is it I'll get help note there's nothing there's an arrogance when we protect them so them I expect to see a lot more that you know I feel like Megan, stallion her situation Claudia noted created a paradigm shift where a lot assistance will be coming out speaking their truce in regards to being domestic violence victims. We have to have a bigger compensation. I was saying earlier like you know why? Why? Why do men feel like they have to put their hands on a woman to get their point across that I have a conversation you know. Is it male ego? Is it? Does set like what's the problem like? That's the most. It's not merely goes fragile fragile ego fragile ego is wounded ego. It's you know hurt people hurting people trauma that you experience when you were a child and now you put that out to the people that are closest to you. I saw that is interesting when people tell their story when women want to discuss what happens they get a lot of people making jokes, doubting them, calling them liars that happened with Claudia and she did pull receipts now Medina in response to what you initially said, and we'll have some more from Claudia. He said I. Am A lot of things. But one thing I am not as some WWF wrestler body slamming women across toilets. This is pathetic trifling desperate for years ago. I dated Claudia Jordan lasted six months. Six months y'all got socked draws older than that. I left her four times in six months because of her mouth and Messi ways on August Twenty Eight, twenty, sixteen I had enough and left for good. She began having a temper Tantrum as I left peacefully she grabbed my phone ran and started flopping all over the house for four years. I remain silent. And then he goes on to say you have a history of this and I had enough. So I bounced this is a joke. You do this to every man that leaves you. You testified against Mike. Tyson to have him locked up for rape back in the day I don't even know what that has to do with anything by the way I just WanNa say put that. Out there like what does that have to do because she wasn't involved in that situation she knew the woman and spoke up on her behalf. She wasn't saying that she was abused anyway she said, he said you sued prices right for sexual allegations you snitched on Jamie Fox is private relationship with Katie Holmes and had entertainment tonight come to your house so you can publicly apologize. Now. I don't know what his point was in bringing all of these things out. Here's Claudia Jordan had to say about accountability just wanted to be accountable I would like to say You know I had a moment of madness I reacted crazy when you asked me about my age got caught in the line instead of just dressing up I got defensive in it on you and you kind of names would really I should I should have lied to you were told. Me It would have been nice to get that. Maybe I'm sorry apology. I. Don't need him be arrested now I don't I don't see him when the same cycles. Listen I I feel like you can't truly hill which you don't reveal. So all the brothers who are abusing women are have abuse women y'all know who you are, and if you haven't made any real attempts to toffee actions, change you behavior apologize I, mean the COM is GonNa. Come back to you and you know even even at brother he had the right to say what he said. You know he had the right to. Express, his opinion on the matter because there's always two sides to a story, right? He could be telling the truth and Claudia could be telling the truth. But that's why you listen to all stories and believe all proof. KLAUDIA had a lot of proof assumes that Claudia said real receipts not fake ones back injury crack toilet that had to be replaced Combo, a building manager about the time he broke in and I advise them not to give him access or key. He in through my window and damaged the screen, his idea and proof of his real age seven, and he says that led to fight because he was mad, he got caught an ally that's when it all hit the fan. If you allow your girlfriend, you live with about something like your age. What else is ally who are you and then she said he said he's never been an abuser yet. Here is a restraining order filed against him for hitting a woman in Atlanta in the face with a book in two thousand three. As. He goes on to say there's more violence much more recent but I'll let her tell it now Claudia also said this she also posted a conversation that she had with Medina's brother listen to this. But why do you think he wants to sell the story about how rough his upbringing was and that his mom tried to sell him? That was about it drink credibility was born in Portland Oregon. It sounds better to the streets to be from. Newark new. Jersey than. PORTLAND. Oregon but his fake age that license you'RE GONNA post from my house. He did this in my house. Why was for address on his license to restart his career? This man didn't do anything so that her brother that's his brother could. mean the story. Am I. Hear Narrow. He's confirming that he's a phony and that he lies about things and you know so. His own brother is brother in law. that. He's not saying that he's lying about putting hands on her he just saying that he has a history of being a liar, his own brother and said. What's going on with this world man? But we don't WanNa, make the same mistake that you know other people do either you know what I'm saying like you know he didn't say that he's lying about hitting Claudia he said he had a history of being a liar liar. Guy Bought up a bunch. Right. Yeah. You know what? I'm saying I don't have nothing to do with this situation and what was the brother talking about having to do it? I just want to know why do people let social media get them so much like you know the truth that should be enough and you have to know social media is GonNa make jokes and there is going to be people who disagree with you. You just have to know that when you when you put these type of things i. Wanted to tell her story show that is true and that is other women going through it and and encourage another woman speaker. That's the reason why she spoke. That there's a lot of women who have difficulty speaking up just because you don't. You don't want to put it out there. You know that some people won't believe you know you'll get backlash. As a man abuse you before the relationship at all yes. Actually I recently a couple of months ago did something about it it hasn't come out yet the story but yes, absolutely duty of apologize if it's come back and say look I was doing that now. Now he actually went to jail that. Even better. He got he got immediate consequences for his actions. That was only because my landlord called the cops it wasn't even me I felt bad about it. Really you know. If he put his hands in that. You never you never want anyone to go to jail then said, and now is now I mean, is this how you feel as a woman? I, think you never WANNA call the cops, and then even when the cops came, I wasn't China press charges and they were like you need to press charges because they could see like lip was busted and the house was a mess and I still was like, no, I don't want him to go to jail I just wanted to leave as to deliver. Yeah and they arrested. Wrestle because he they arrested him because he came back when something like that happens the COPs circle your block, and so they made him leave and they kept telling me to press charges I didn't, and then he came back and said they saw him at the door and they took him to jail. You I'm sorry to happen to you but we cannot ski pass the fact that. Dj. Envy just randomly in the middle you story say. ME. And See. What's not what you? Ought. He put your hand on me you you have. Women being abused y'All Got Mad I don't know I don't know I just got mad I dunno device feminine speak from the. Story Talk Guy put a put you know busted her lip it just makes you mad and upset I don't know just makes you mad. Everyone. Goes through. My his brother called me and try to get me to bill him out of jail. Debt. was. Of A man who has put his hands on his woman which I've spoken about in my book, Chagrin and have spoken about plenty of times on this radio. It's all fragile ego is all insecurity. It all stems from a bad place and it never has anything to do with the woman and everything to do. It was wrong which was a man and that's why encourage all these brothers of God Dan and get some hailing get some help them trauma that you've been dealing, which you know since since you were a child man, don't take those things into your twenties, your thirties and forties. I'm telling you because you're going do is the closest people to you? All right well, I guess that's the rumor. report. All right. Thank you. Ms Lebeau have more in the next hour though you have a lot of things we still have to get to but you know Gloria Jordan just for being able to tell you story. I know it's not an easy thing to do especially when somebody has a platform also and they're denying it and they're coming at you and trying to make you look like a bad person and I don't know exactly what happened. I know it's not easy to put those things out there. Show we needed to drop a bomb Claudia Joy Claudia Jordan cooking with DASHA. What's the name initial thoughts? Though that's a fact soul cloudy and cookie. Claudio cooking with that show with their name for the show. As. Claudia Jordan Selena Johnson. Jazayeri listening. Some VIVICA Fox. It Claudia, cooking with that shows Luther Claudia. All right. Well, Donkey to Oh we need to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron come to the front of the congregation. We'd like to have a word with him police don we'll get into that next is the breakfast club morning. Own. Day. Democrats are being. A little bit of a Medicare. I've been called a lot of my twenty years. Donkey of the day is a new one. Dominated Day when the August. Twenty six goes the Kentucky. Attorney General Daniel Camera America. I don't know if you realize this, that man is a clown a hundred percent. Grey Day star defied Bozo. Okay. One of my favorite things in life is watching something in real time feeling the energy from what I just watched. The heard was off and then watching people on social media react to it, and that's what happened. Last night when I saw Daniel Cameron speak at the Republican National Convention see I personally don't care when black people are trump supporters I don't care which political parties you can be a black Republican. Because truth be told it's black liberals, Black Democrats that are equally as brainwashed for the old white men on the left is brothers like Daniel Cameron are for Ole White men on the right in that my friends is a problem with whatever party you choose to be part of okay. I. Have a problem with brothers like Daniel Cameron are they will stand in front of. And Lie on behalf of a white man at doesn't give a damn about his black gas. Okay. It comes a point in time where it's not about politics. It's not about Republican Democrat. It's not about saying what you have to say. So your party can win in November it's about telling the truth and shaming the devil. Okay. If you are a government official and you black, it's about telling the truth and shaming the white devil. Okay. If you not challenging systemic racism, not trying to dismantle the mechanism of white supremacy than guess what you are. Complicit in that systems description of your people, and that's what Daniel Cameron was doing. Last night, he referenced in his speech Brianna Taylor recipes to Brianna Taylor, twenty six show queen who was the emt in Kentucky who got murdered at the hands of the police in Kentucky while she was asleep in her bed and an investigation has been happening for several months but those offices still free. Listen to what this man Daniel Cameron had say even as anarchists mindlessly tear up American cities by attacking police an innocent bystanders, we republicans do recognize those who work in good faith towards peace justice. Eh Equality. In fact, it was General Dwight Eisenhower a future Republican president who said democracy is a system that recognizes the equality of humans before the law whether you are the family of Brianna Taylor or David Dorn these are the ideals that will heal our nation's wounds. Republicans will never turned a blind eye to unjust acts but neither will we accept an all out assault on Western civilization? Man, let's break this down because words matter I love words. Okay because. Words means something see Daniel when you say things like even as anarchist mindlessly tear up American cities while attacking police in innocent bystanders, how can you fix your mouth to say that what we're first of all, what is an anarchist while it was the person who tries to bring about anarchy? Well, what is anarchy is the absence of government anarchy is the state of society being freely constituted without authorities our governing body annual cameron I would say the reason it is so much civil unrest because that's what it is. Civil unrest is. Because of the absence of governments he when people say rested cops at kill. Brianna, Taylor, they are wondering where the government okay. They are camping out on your lawn Daniel Cameron they're down in Kentucky protests because you are absent in all of this. All right Brianna Taylor's killers are still free. So an absence of government is what is causing this anarchy. So when he's American, cities get tore up your fault in every government official who does nothing when black people are getting killed at the hands of the police y'all go ghost y'all go. Absent. Had Been People like you try to victim blame and say that folks are mindlessly tearing up American cities. There's nothing mindless about what they are doing actually a lot of thought that goes into it. Okay. These people are thinking about Ahmad Aubrey they are thinking about Brianna, Taylor they are thinking about. George. Floyd, the are thinking about a man named Jacob Blake getting shot in the back several times while. His kids are in the car while you government officials do exactly what you just say y'all won't do and that's turn a blind eye to unjust acts Daniel Cameron said they will not accept an all out assault on Western civilization but I bet you own ever fix your mouth to say that Republicans will not accept an all out assault on black people. This is why I say people like you are sucks. Okay quoting Dwight Eisenhower sand democracy is a system that recognizes equality of humans before the law. Well, clearly, we don't have no democracy because if we recognize the equality of humans before the law, then the law would be in jail for killing a human named Brianna Taylor. I know for a fact that if a group of black people ran up in a cops house and shot and killed him while they was asleep, they would be in jail I know that two black men shot a cop in the back while the COP was trying to get this card, it would be in jail when you speak. On system recognizing equality of humans before the law which you mean is that only works for the humans that dis- wicked white supremacist system sees as humans. Okay. This country has never seen black people is that including your black ass? Daniel Cameron. Okay. Remember the whole three fifths of a human being thing in the constitution. Yeah. That kind of skews your equality argument. Okay. But where are the cases of that equality of human stain coming before the law because all oversee is the law preventing humans from ever being treated as equals now, Daniel Cameron also said that whether you are the family of Brianna Taylor. Are David. Door either ideals that will heal our nation's. I would assume those ideals are peace justice and equality. What you referenced a the thing Daniel those ideals were never created for us. Ok by US I mean you and meet all right. I mean Brianna Taylor I mean George Floyd I mean Trayvon Martin Emmett till Andrew Natasha McKenna Martin Luther King Junior Mega Evers Malcolm X. The list goes on and on and on and on when it comes to black humans on this planet who's equality wasn't recognized before the law and you Daniel Cameron are continuing the white supremacist tradition of giving black people no justice. So black people will continue to give you know peace please let Ramal Give Kentucky Attorney, General Daniel, Cameron, the biggest he He Ha-. He you stupid mother by Dumb and stop locking protesters in Kentucky because they out there actually fighting for the equality of humans that you claim. To be fighting for Daniel, Cameron Okay stop looking stop locking up members of the organization until freedom because they are actually out there trying to get justice that you keep denying Brianna Taylor and her family they out there peacefully protesting but you keep locking them up and holding them for hours because you may not be for an assault on Western civilization but you damn showed on mind and all out assault on black and Brown people. Right. My Daddy would call the Negro like data jive Turkey job, Turkey, Jive Terry. I bring back jive Turkey. You jive Turkey duck. US US. We should bring back jive. Right, in Brooklyn, resolve Turkey. Yeah Different types of flavored Turkeys for Thanksgiving. We'll go go. This is Daniel. Cameron to the mandates flavor. Turkey go to Daniel cameras page on twitter or Instagram, and just put a bunch of target Mon Javed, Turkey and put. Jive Turkey. Let me get his exact grammy makes show me. Let's have a little petty party this. Is Daniel. J Cameron D. A. N. I. E. L. J. A. Y. C. a. m. e. e. r. and Daniel J Cameron just go to his page and put a bunch of Turkey mode. JIVE ASS TURKEY GOBBLE GOBBLE AS. STOGIES right up next ask e eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five, one. If you relationship advice or any type of advice hit ye now is the breakfast club. GAMONAL. On Baby Mama issues needs to words of wisdom Paul up now for. Eight hundred five, eight, five, one, five, one, a breakfast club. Komo. Be Relationship Advice. personalized. Just the real advice call up now for F. E.. Morning everybody is Dj Envy Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the breakfast club it's time for ask us. Hello. WHO's this? This is age of in north. To, how are you? Hi in Charlotte. going. It's not more question is more. So I didn't need advice kind of I'm in a situation where I just was listening to you guys you were talking Abou domestic violence and then you know Shiloh saying how and fires you ego and Insecurity Eagle and everything which I agree with one hundred percent because the guy that I'm like often all with now the first time I had to experience really like. Domestic violence where he really you know open hand hit me or. Hit Me was in July when we went down to my family and then it happened again probably like a week or so ago and I kinda tell him that he needs help because I know that he grew up without a role model. I know that he don't he hasn't been in a relationship with someone really loved him throw and he Been in Joe you know the girls that he's been with and street girls is like different than but we advocated together and I had other children. My oldest child haven't really had his father and stepfather 'cause I I. I'm married but I've been separated for three years. So now billing can he's like a really good figured some my friend outside of you know issue or whatever my son is like you know he's been a great father me better than my real father, my stepfather and they love him like he's not home. Well, he's not in the house anymore they WANNA call them they want to speak to them. They WANNA go around some because of who he is then but. See for me when he angry. So I'm kind of like I. Don't know what to do with the situation our funded of eight months like. Uh. Angel. You know like you said, it's not safe for you, and if it's not safe for you, it's not safe for your children and he can be quote a great role model but a great role model isn't abusive. Or? And I think you have to think more about yourself and you being there for your children because anything could happen things could spiral and you don't want to wait until you hit rock bottom. Or even worse If you do something that. You could be. KILLED WHEREAS CASE SCENARIO A and you don't want to wait for something like that happen and you don't want to wait until is so bad that you're in the hospital or that you're dead you cannot wait for that and you can't make excuses for him. Not being the man that he's supposed to be people have circumstances all the time and they don't act like that. He needs to get the help that he needs to get. You don't need to be making excuses or feeling like you have to do some type of charity for him. I was telling him that he need hope I did the beginning of the year after half a little to have my son decided go see a case inaugural PK but now because of the whole of buyers. it like virtual there we speak over the phone and I don't think that is very effective and I do suffer from depression and anxiety, and because I've been through this with my father, they may literally. been like windows of my apartment holding all doors broke in I had a black guy I've dealt with that and I'm thirty. So. And you don't deserve. You do not deserve that that is not anything that you have to put up with and that it there's no excuse for I. don't care where he grew up experiencing he should not be putting his hands on you. As not acceptable and never will be he has to get help for himself. and. You need to make sure you're there for your children. So. Thank you doing whatever it is that you need to do angel. You know we WANNA make sure that we're here to support you as well. So we're going to get your information but I just want to encourage you because You know you're alive now but who knows and that's not something that you want your kids to know about that's not a cycle that you want them to repeat if you have daughters, that's not something that you would ever want to happen to them so it shouldn't happen to you. I listen to you guys every morning on my way to word and I have the on my phone. No what all of this morning I'm here at work and I also watched BOOT bootcamp solidly doctor is they you know to the guys are Cha their door to live the life of your wife and I'm just saying I have three heroes and. Like they will hurt my heart. So you know how to deal with my daughter's coming home because they've been beaten by or. Phones telling me my I hit. Women woman or they're woman. So me that my phone them. Right based John for your kids man you do not want that trust me. All right. Thank you. All right. We're going to get you information just hold on. Okay. Hold on online. Okay. Ask US eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, five, one if you need relationship advice or any type of advice hit ye now is the breakfast club good morning. With. Real. ADVICE WITH LEAGUE S. Morning everybody is Dj Envy Angela Yeesh Alameda God. We are the breakfast club in the middle of ask. Hello WHO's this? Hey, this is barefoot. Randy was brushes. B. Barefoot Randy barefoot randy like no shoes. Okay. Yeah. So my question is so I sing for a reggae band and we're having a little bit of drama right now within the band. Okay. we've had things happened before like Bass player moved to Canada and beginning of twenty twenty or guitar player. In his stuff pulled or he's from Ghana and he didn't get his. Visa renewed. So that's the whole thing. But what's going on right now is our drummer has a school and he stores things in the last three years he has You know he's really been a supporting character of the band like paid for a lot more stuff than. Are paid for the amount of the stuff. You know he's always done some good stuff but. somebody took something of his. Down from downstairs at his music school. and now. You know he's Kinda freaking out about it nobody will face up to it and he accused me of taking in. Band stole something from him. Yeah and it wasn't necessarily maybe somebody from my band like there's other people involved at the school to okay. Right and I'm just kind of trying you know last time it got a little heated. Him I you know he kind of accused me and then I, Kinda got heated back Adam and I'm just kind of trying to figure out how to. Break the ice and go like. Oh Man because he was Kinda almost threatening, you know to not being abandoned. We've been doing a lot. We've toured through California three times like I'm from Washington. We're from Washington state. We've. been. elect. To be in the ban because he said he's provided a lot for you guys. Yeah. Absolutely, and he's like he's Daulat do it. You know super. Solid Dude. Right. So it sounds like he's done everything right that he's supposed to do. He was upset that someone stole something y'all got into it 'cause he was emotional and that has to hurt because you don't know who did it, and now you don't know who to trust and you feel like I've been doing all this. So put yourself in his shoes to understand how he feels about it, and then you get into an. Altercation and I think now's the time to have some empathy right because people go through things in the band is not easy especially when you're trying to make it maybe you're not making the money that you want to. You really need help financially you need time dedicated to it. So you want people that will be all in and it's hard to be all in when they don't know who they can and can't trust. Right I think that's a conversation that you need to sometimes be a little bit humble when you're in a group because the truth is it's not easy when you all had. Successful making money is not easy to get along. So imagine how it is when you're not at that point when you guys really needs to be unified and understand what the goal lifts. So you need to have a nice heart to heart where you sit down and discuss what the issues are also explain that you understand how it must feel to not trust people that you work with and not know what happened and I also am what was it that got stolen it was something pretty inconsequential. It's not necessarily the most legal thing to be talking about. Much. Okay. What is the value of that? How much would that have cost? Probably. Like Fifty Bucks Okay. So why don't you guys you know the rest of the band members but answer replace it and just be like just as a show of good faith. We don't know who did it, but we don't want you to fail away and I know this doesn't take away from the fact that something happened but we do care about your feelings and want to make sure that you trust us and let's Let's so I think you should do that. Just make some type of show 'cause it has to feel bad. If you're the person that's something gets stolen from and you also feel like I'm the one that's been putting so much into this as well. Why would you do this and he don't know who did it so I don't know who did it and fessing up to it could have been one of you could not have been but let's just make up for it. Move forward and and say the dish should never happen again. You're. Cheesy you know always GonNa be issues how you deal with those issues when you have to work with people day after day. Now, how do you deal with they? Are you going to be stubborn and are are you going to say okay I want to really move forward and I understand the issues that you have and I you know I sympathize with that. So here's what we're going to do and let's make sure that we don't have these issues in that we trust each other and we're on your side where a team occur. Thank you for that advice. Yeah it's hard as a band. You know to do that to stay humble sometimes, and we've been together for three years. You know and like I said I've been through a whole lot FAN member changes and all kinds of drama and stuff, and he's been my like right hand man the whole time you know I've been the manager whole like you know. You've been my right hand man this whole time and I don't want us again to these situations. Tell him that. Okay. Randy. Can I tell you my name, my band name. Knotty Pine and. Pine P. E. and we're from Washington state and you can check out on Instagram We got our Lincoln. And Knotty Pine Reggae Is a great name. I'M GONNA. Tell you. I'm barefoot randy as a good name to I'm not GONNA lie to. Right, thank you. Thank you. Appreciate. I heard you say barefoot the other day y'all we're talking about somebody like you need to go barefoot you need to this ad like, yeah me I do that every day. I deal with when when my anxiety starts to act up and I go barefoot. I ground myself, and then I put go hawks from trees and say some prayers you know what I mean when when. I do that three or four times a week. Good man. That's cool. I listen on Friday. I'm having a Angela and it's odd dancehall and reggae and Soka music. For sure with VP records. Right. Absolutely. All right I ask you eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five, one. Now you got rooms the way. Yes and we are going to talk about Mary J. Blige. Now, whatever you do do not say this to marry CPI's when you see her you're mad at thought that it was a compliment. She hates it. All right. Well, we'll get into that next is focused club good. Morning. The Breakfast Club All The rule report. If the rumor, report? The Breakfast Club. Flies it virtual interview with hip Hollywood, and in that conversation she talks about one phrase that she doesn't like she doesn't like this title of Aunty Mary Listen To what she said, how do you feel about your fans call me Auntie Mary I was literally thinking why can't I be assisted and there's Like way older to me calling me honesty my come on like cannot as the assistant. Head though the is like come on first of all I need to know who is ten years older than Mary J. Blige calling her Auntie Queen Mary J. Blige is forty nine years old. So I mean fifty nine year old people are out here calling Mary J. Blige Aunty. That's what happens when you forget you not your industry age some people been in the game. So long a really start believing industry age and they don't realize that they owed. Mary J. Blige the nerve to call her Auntie stop it. You know my mother has an uncle that's younger than I. Am he's I maybe like eight years younger than me what would that don't have nothing to do with this conversation you can. Cold Very. PUNK WHO's older than you? But. Yes. I understand that you don't want to be on Mary. And you can't tell someone was okay to call them. You know what? I mean. Some women don't mind autism women like Mary J. Blige do I call myself uncle solid and I like when the young ones call me big BRO is. What about when they call you Auntie Charlotte. To all the time when it when they post like those pictures of me with the glasses Donna. I'm here for all those terms irreverence, but if Mary is understandable. All Right Now Gabrielle Union Kiki Palmer Marseille Martin. Ouzo Deuba forces they're doing a PSA about hair discrimination. I can't believe it's twenty twenty and we are still having to have these conversations is part of Glamour September issue and they're working with the Crown Coalition, which is a group of organizations that is dedicated to ending hair discrimination, and here is what that PSA sounds like. Never, let my hair in natural competition hr me my hair looked more professional back in in the bond than it did curly every time I walked into the office that my natural hair my supervisor asked if it was forever. Stranger lockup in. Here has a purpose greater than myself and I will not put away to comply with white culture standards. I hate it I mean. I've I've seen I took my daughter to her track meets before and I remember this one time. All little white girls came running over touching her hair and I had a fit I mean I would stop touching her hair stop touching ham yelling at the parents. Hey, keep your kids handed out of my child's air. Yes how it infuriated me for some reason abby hot. So you he'll appear took it took out his goddamn hands out of my my daughter's hair my daughter. This places where they'll send you home because if you hear these rules and regulations and how you can wear your hair at work I think that's ridiculous in his dangling. Had that problem for special crown that's what I tell my daughter all the time she'll cram. Are, able here's the call to Action Lapham eighty percent more likely to report. Harshly on the. Other. Brockway. They are one and a half times more likely to be said home from work simply because of their hair and we'll refuse to comply to wipe standards of beauty we can be fired. Active is now illegal in southern states workplaces are. Discriminated against on the way they were anger that number should be fifty go the crowds at dot, com and signed the petition to demand that our legislators protect our rights all right I. Hope you don't have to keep on having this conversation I mean come on guys. It's ridiculous thing. And McDonald's launching their first new chicken mcnugget flavor in nearly forty years. Are you here for it? nope. It's a spicy one. I never messed with McDonald chicken nuggets even when I eight nuggets these. Nuggets I. Definitely I. Did you eat those nuggets? Yeah. I run through a twenty peace with sweet and sour sauce quick back in the day. I always like to barbecue the best but so should be a pretty interesting to see if people flack in for that and there's also. with the new nuggets, they have a breaded tim poorer coding of Cayenne and Chili Peppers they come with a mighty hot sauce, which is a blend of crushed red pepper, spicy chilies and garlic. Now took although some people say wasn't real chicken. Chicken Nuggets, of course not. Eat at twenty piece chicken mcnuggets. Every time we went we little and then they had the little McDonald's play. It was a playground and then he was he's been around and around one of those little things and then throw up every time when I used to get high that was my thing. I'll go get the number two of them to double cheeseburger with twenty piece Nugget Lord have mercy he all of that. Yes. To toys aimed Burgers, fries want to. Do the same thing number two, catcher, bowling medium fries large coca large. was around the supersize. Lucky. Big. All right tied. Collaboration with Nicki Menaj, looking on instagram yesterday to reveal his new collaboration expensive, and that will be coming out on Friday. So look forward to that, and Kanye is being sued by an e commerce company. They said that he allegedly stole a tech from them and they said that he took advantage of this company to advance his easy Brennan launches Sunday Service, and then left them high and dry to black owned business called my channel INC that specializes in video and e commerce technologies says they linked up with Kanye in two, thousand, eighteen to. Help him maximize revenue for his yeezy merchandise. They said, he got the company to work the clock for him for six months based on a series of business promises. He also promised him a ten million dollar investment allegedly, and they said that he they moved their headquarters to Chicago just to make this partnership work out and they said Connie had no intention of following through on his promises, cut ties, and then also jack their technology for Sunday service. Yeah Con. You represent himself in court and he's GonNa Christians do not steal or sue. I write mentally and that is your room a report. It's alright. Thank you. Miss. Ye shall to revolt. We'll see you guys tomorrow. Everybody else the people's choice mixes up next get your request in is the breakfast good morning morning everybody is the envy Angela Ye shall I mean the guy we are the breakfast club now Angeli Day is this Friday? Yes I'm super excited for. You. Know we've been having these artists perform a perform and record their performances in Jamaica and Trinidad. And in new. York. So we have all of the end we're editing you together and we're going to have a mobile truck that's driving around New York City playing the concert. So it's an anti virtual concert and I WANNA. Thank BP records because it's their reggae gold twenty twenty album coming out also on Friday. So it's a celebration for them as well and we have Christopher Maher Beanie Mandy May Genoa Poa Romain. Virgo Queen Africa also celebrity is going to be on cranium. Let me see who else cast Josh Ex, all of these different performances and the performances are amazing. So I'm really appreciative for everybody who participated and also to wray and nephew to wingstop we're going to have fun giveaways from wingstop on anti-gay Fatty also personal touch CD PAP MS Jesse's here everybody who's been really supportive to make this happen with supporting black owned business. So. If you have a black on business and you, WanNa shout out on that day and I'M GONNA be stopping by some of these businesses well and going live. Then just make sure you head up the website at power one, zero, five, one, dot com and we can shout out your business that day. So when it make sure that we show support on Angeliki Day. All right now when we come back, we got the positive note move is the breakfast club good, morning. Everybody. At the Envy Angela Angelini, shall I mean the guy? We are the breakfast club now I'm showing them and you got a positive note I do and you know God put this on my heart the tweet out yesterday and so I just want to say at the artist's morning us humans all you humans better start giving other humans the grace you want God to give you. Don't benefit Yongdeng. Hey, this is Jason. McIntyre join me every weekday morning on my podcast straight fire with Jason McIntyre. This is your typical sports pot pushing the same tired narratives down your throat every day straight fire gives you a level of authenticity just don't get in sports media today honest opinions on all the biggest sports headlines, accurate stats to help you win big at the Sports Book and direct conversations with all the best guests. Look I. Know What Sports Fans One you want the fluff, the list, the hot takes, but I give you what you. Can't say that I'm GonNa be right all the time but the rest of these shots I'm always real. Let me tell you. 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He didn't look it up he didn't know about. He didn't go to the store and looking for this one particular. He just a photo so dan was scared me. Because i know phones listening to conversations. But i didn't know that they were reading your photos as well Interesting yeah they're definitely going through like your text messages and stuff like that Like i've gotten some poor forward from friends and you know like whatever the concept may be like. You said a little bit later. I'll see it pop up all my time for advertising on instagram or facebook or something like that. And if i was looking at it you know. They're saying the phone. I street phones. Yeah like the the cookies and like reading texts like may sense to me but like the photo is really what kind of caught me off guard like because i say he didn't send the name of the shoe or nothing like that. It was the literally that color the color away. And everything and you say it wasn't like a plain black or plain white shoe like rid with a yellow and like a splash brew or something crazy like that and in that exact same popped up like the photo recognition which i guess if you can go image search something the same bright or reverse google image search for ads. That's ridiculous. it's a theory concept when you consider that You know all of this was being done. Not necessarily the catch you up in anything because some people are you know. There are a lot of self-importance out there. But it's really only just to sell your shit. It's the only you things that You know they on your interest. Impolite right My time my time line for my personal facebook page has been flooded with like podcast. Apps in different podcast. And i'm like you sneaky from bitch paying attention big time you know and i'm like and then it's something you like. If you you like it. I like i noticed like if you pay attention to the stores and retailers that you like they start sending you more of those like even if you don't like them like Like have you ever been on amazon. That's that was my my moment. When i really pay attention when i when i first and bought something on amazon and then i got a suggested amazon advertisement and it was for the same product that i was either social or purchase. I'm like man autism organs. Just they just all together trying to just consistently try to sell you so people you know you you talk about social media talking about it being free and free and people like Like one of things about that cujo and you ll evidence to be that like. They'll say hey you know. Don't do that challenge. You just giving them all your information and i'm like you already given them all your information. They got the government name. You check in every god. Damn where still wasn't there for doing a ten. Kim year challenge. They know everything about face. Recognition everything right. I don't understand my logic. courteous right. yeah that would make sense to me. Like people voluntarily load these apps and and you know ex except cookies and i agree on pretty much everything but the moment is like a a new town is housed. Hey post your social security card challenge or whatever like you know like be. Be wary of that kind of stuff but like a photo challenge sewing how you age is is not going to give the government any additional ammo against the government. The government does not want to know anything about most of y'all anyway like everage average. Joe taxpayer like the government doesn't really care they. They want you to buy stuff and they want you to continue to be a part of this this society that they but other than that. I mean like shut up leave. 'cause i'm tired to here. They watching it like no no no. They're not they're not watch. Calm down but it's not what the person on my timelines was like the one that like the guy that was the kind of suffering from eating plus and i stopped. I stopped drinking. Tropicana don't wanna be one. But no no no see i but we see. I've got a question because he wasn't on the show. And we think you know if you heard it or not. What do we have anybody. That's up for a kuna. No kun do we do. We have anybody that's been potentially kuhnen that we can debate on anybody. It comes to mind. Maybe i don't know. I don't because i've been talking for like three minutes and i was like. Why do they keep ignoring me. I didn't realize my phone. You my bed us about the company. Like you're just doing are a real. This is bad why they hear me talking. Sixteen to keep talking over me okay to go on. Show those stuff. She don't know when she not so that that lesson we newsbeat nothing. Depression got engaged. Maybe the precious and that white boy. I know she's probably tired of that. Her name was not press. Got internet gaby. Her name can precious. I mean nobody november though rivera alfonzo revere whatever it now hell. Yeah we call them. Carlton same thing with the jamaica. White or whatever is We call you steve. Urkel yeah junk. We thought we see We told him you know why these days of their names or comic but yes up to a sit. Obey for getting her. Have y'all been the picture of the couple. I've seen on the shade room. Yeah him with the white guy. If i'm not mistaking a on the bus When he had his hair alone now he'll be a like now. Oh know how. That's you i just wanted to just want to shit it. That's cute. She gotta have her with but anyway we don't have been nominated. We know we only have no do you. Do you have any looking for in used to play. The you remember. Okay so you remember back in the day when you know when we shouldn't have where we doing man back in the day and we had a little Tackled immediately sound effects. Or we got some for kuno kun. I'll be looking for an excuse to play. But you could wait till you know. We have the actual. Somebody's not made out there. You know a lot of daniel camera around and stuff like that we we can talk about. the grammy and so we can talk about diversity. Battle that we that we miss. Oh how could i forget that part of the walkway so the educate me real quick. 'cause i i really when ti out and when they become a windy gucci step in like I just told you. Miss that part and i was like winning supposed to be ti. And then what. I'm like It was it was a it was like a week ago. I mean it was relatively quickly like it was I wanna say like a week and a half before the date so it was november nineteenth which was just sunday or whatever whatever they would It might have been we prior knowing. That was thursday so yes or no okay but anyway it might have been like the ninth or tenth or by the monday or weekend prior or something like that. They announced that it was. It was swamped because nobody wanted to see gucci versace jesus vs ti that that Yeah ti bowing out. This was the people decided that they didn't want to see that happen. Yeah it made more sense to have gucci versace. Jesus not saying that you know to me. It wasn't going why because a lot of them. That's what a lot of people say that but also it it didn't that's not a An hour that one of those people. I i don't i don't slaughter them but i definitely. It definitely went from a losing situation for jesus to a winning situation i mean but we debated episode there that we always easy with underrated onus. Oh man yeah. Yeah that's that's why. I'm putting people wanted. People didn't want to necessarily see they rather if they would have rather seen jesus versus versace gucci or versus somebody else. 'cause i had no idea they were beeping. I didn't even know the ring. Z z gucci and gucci. Yeah oh man you There's no idiom atlanta even huge huge beasts. That with Squashed so does your spoiler alert for anybody who didn't watch versus. I guess but Yeah squashed their beef. You would think you would have to think the beef is on. Its way to being over with it. They agree to be in the same at the same time. I said the exact thing before it started. I told her i was like this. Feels like they set up to collapse. They probably gonna drop the song together or or or something. But i'm like you know like for like if you agree to sit across from your enemy in the same room like this this clinton now and let's keep it a thousand magic city ain't exactly the biggest building in the world so be close. You would have been in close proximity regardless. So i look. I'm surprised. They had that much space between the real. Did you watch. Did you watch it happen cujo or did you. You know. I watched the thirty main d. Did you envision instagram story with the take takeaways because it was hard to like gauge on social media. Because they have some people who i don't know i guess i can only Gauge it awful somebody who can actually break it down. Because i people were so busy blurting out. Oh they plan this on. They're doing this song. And i'm like i don't understand exactly what's going on so what was your takeaway from which you mean. You don't understand understand what was going on like the premise of versus. You know what i'm saying. I'm not talking. I was sixteen trying to say is like basically. Everybody was on one side before the battle happen. I don't think anybody was neutral by you. Know i'm gonna see how it plays out. So like the jesus people in the world would like oh shit. He played this song and then the people like are seeing. He played this song. So we'll just kinda like oh. Are they claim. Get a play by play so for you. People most most of the reactions from those songs because those on some of the songs that he played with specific target targeted distracts at gene. So it wasn't like he was just playing like just play one of my hits like he was playing a record like right in front of the do days performing the lyrics in common and basically everything that was said in his own So that was. That was a reaction from the google. I can't believe he played the song especially when he plays the truth. Because you know basically on tend him like you know i. It's a homeboy his body somewhere. Go you know something something and you. You dis- drug kingpins bits. And you know the kind of stuff. So that's why That's what these was really just like. He was just playing. Hit like it. was this song. That people like Because he only to my knowledge he only had one like legit design. I'm mad he didn't play at. That's definitely my top two favorite distracts all kinds of times called stay strapped Was on what he believes about gucci. That i know Five from you know subliminally either but anyway so now i was gonna say so. Did you might have missed it but do you. Do you guys know what like the beef started over. apparently bucci q. Jesus sprint that. Wasn't where would be started. That's that was like the climate. I was like to be like these are put a hit on right so yeah over. The sa- started over the icy over. Nobody's a hundred percent clear how it started like most rapid beasts like well prior to social media. It was just like oh he said something about me. Oh i heard you talking about me. I heard he don't like me now. So now we got these like it really wasn't 'cause they did prior to the beach. They did two songs get well. Jesus was on remix. The one thousand other people but i count data doing this together and then they d so actually and then like not long after so is it was like now. They got and i didn't get the four. I mean maybe the street no. I didn't get fool backstory. But from what i heard you know that they was releasing our interviews and stuff like oh he said something about me. Oh he'd just football. I just don't you know regular rapper. Nonsense beat why. Nothing could be re a little bit. Cujo did duty end up going to jail. Because he killed uses friend. Yeah yeah out there right. So in that state dots on it. I was talking so in that. Stay strapped dishonored. I was talking about. Jesus said like in a two minute rant at the end of the song. Like you're not even just wrapping. No more he just say I'm a put. He's like that Fake ass chain. You've got A slapping off your neck. Next time i see he's like matter of fact that he'd come to your town. And you see that chain snatching off. Nick and i eat ten thousand dollars for it so that basically was here about saying he put a hit out on him being. Somebody tried to make good on it and guccione kim fan. So yeah that's how that's how the the Should the came against him. And yet he It'd be the case or charges got dropped with 'cause yeah i mean we see somebody might run a point. You're trying to you know. Take your jewelry. Oh take your life or whatever. Then you don't know what the hell they could be doing to your point you got you got in a particular. Yea i will. I just feel like it was so right that the versus battles magic fee like that was the first thing i noticed. Like damn. that's imagine too. Yeah right how familiar are you with this area to know immediately that it was kind of these. Spend their wings are good really. They are things they they are And no i mean it's one of them places like you been there once and you just kind of can recognize the most awkward part about it to me. That was like the most the stripper dancing with it. Like that sounds like string of mike From like will be should you. I'm working my way through. Could it right there. It really keeps going. It's not just a clear the whole song. But what whatever you just seemed to fit no just saying like the most awkward part about it was the beginning where we knew this was about to be like some hood ratchet and then all of a sudden we got stacey abrams. Doing everybody goes vote. I'm like this is so weird. Like i understand the message but later the whole the whole thirty minutes of empty chair was like a lot of folks don't is because of that because Those supposed to start at eight ended up starting at like eight thirty six. They even later on also on that like the dj's going back and forth. That was like some types of yeah overall but was it is a high match up to. I mean even though was impromptu when people have been waiting on this you know it went from being. Ti was it. Were you know didn't meet the height. You know did the height if yeah 'cause there was one point eight million viewers and i'm gonna be honest. I win expecting that many people to watch that shit. Will i think the highest watched one. I believe yeah. There has to be the highest watched one they had so for. 'cause yeah they had one point. Eight million people watched that and i was like. Wow monica like just broke a million. Yeah that. I think that we wanted to know how that works. They don't have a hard time They're gonna have a hard time matching this one they're gonna have to continue to Get beefing or feuding rappers. Like the only way to stop this. They don't have to get like fifty. Or what if it's like to to as like what are. They had like a random. Dm mexican jay z. I've been waiters daisy. I've been seeing wayne. Jay which i think would easily break that record for sure. Yeah wayne jay. Which way would that. That's what i'm saying like. You wanna have a my little stack. The line like that would be great. Like i'm i'm i'm going wayne but i am supervise. I would. i would go wayne as well. But i really like. Jv so for he got so much longer career on song that like the other one can't compete with and i think that's like the cool thing about the versus like like rick ross and two chains like there was some songs that rick ross was gonna play the two change. Knew he had no chance to like didn't point in that round so he played a a song like this is kind of like a throw away car like whatever then to change has some songs that he knew rick. Ross wasn't gonna fuck with so you know regresses. Play the just as a filler. So i think that's the cool part is like you gotta be strategic on what song you play because you know i'm jay z plays I don't know dirt off your shoulder. Little wayne probably not gonna play one of his top pick against that. He'll probably just play something like firemen or something like that to get through the round so i think strategic part of yeah now we'll say gucci and gb one that they do they left a lotta clips in the host in in a In the in the maga- he he didn't fire off as much as he hung around. If it was how say ninety percent of what he played was from his first album in his first mistake the other ten percent spread out across like other stuff is a lot of stuff that he didn't he didn't is a lot of stupidity teams. Like hey my friends. Yeah but like gucci played lemonade. And i can't even tell you. What song was that. Jesus put was the song that gb played nice. I didn't even hear that sound before. Maybe i just didn't hear the audio. So i was kinda confused but like i was like yeah i think he knew he lost around with lemonade so he just played some random song just to give people. Do you know what's on tom. Cujo 'cause i don't know the name of yeah. I don't remember a match up so i really was. We wanted to hear what jesus gonna play. Because i i never been a huge fan like it was of song. They play this. I kind of like that but I just wanted to see what jesus was playing. And i wanted to hear the discussions that they were having so i i was in it for for partially for the music and parcels. The was gonna play out because again my theory was that they was going to be like. Yeah we draw you know. Stay tuned midnight. Drop the song or whatever but the equipment that has been you know. They did squash to be so. I'm claiming it was half like mostly right back on built very much curated very much like this was three plan. Which makes mean you planning all be. You kinda got a good one like they wouldn't like an impromptu moment like that wasn't just like hey man let's just you know like they already had club books. They went to compound afterwards. You know what i'm saying. They had a pre production meeting. They look man our that they took to get out there and they was in the back. Rehearse that's my theory weight compounds pillow compound definitely still. I did not realize that. Yeah that's they went and generally general hit is though general. Admission to forty nine to generally general admission that means you just walked in the building which building compound to forty nine forty nine general admission to get the club. General admission depends i could. I could look. I could be wrong. But that was one of the prices that i thought you say to forty nine and it was not for thing. Yeah well i mean. We don't really do a research around we're gonna take it work or who's open damn man you know it's hard. Yeah it's like we don't we. This is yes. They radio show bet is a staple of what we do as they hit. That is the foundation that we that we built this. This show has been built on it. We don't look stuff up. We don't know if they really putting placentas and tropicana we're not gonna bother looking at up we don't go wrong. We think we we just go. You know what. That's the perfect cap on this. Saying oh real quick. 'cause i just want to hit you can laugh at it. Did you see that video. I'm putting the group chat about the all the people in hollywood trump supporters that isaiah washington go to one that was on like grey's anatomy. He's a trump supporter. We don't need to take a vote on it. He's coon my hair so hard. Yeah i never even know is we don't know i don't know if you if you name and characters on grey's anatomy you're really gonna lose because i don't know who i just knew. He was on there along with a few other means. But i mean whoever is the the guy that played dr ben young. I've played this story to you Sixteen but like yeah. A photo with him and Tmr in hey. I've met t. Amari and some guy from green shredded is facebook. did okay. This was this was relatively recently right like not. Oh thurgood years years ago mean circle. Twenty seventeen okay. Yeah no that was the guy you know. The guy he's talking about was the one who was in the show even also the one who was making fun of the guy in barbershop. They got knocked out. That's definitely the yeah. Yeah gotcha yeah now oh He was on grey's anatomy he was like he was the only black male resident or whatever. The only other black do this show was that the chiefs like he was the do over the entire all over all the doctors But yeah he was on that show and it was very shortly because he said some kind things about the other characters. Yeah there you go. And then they audi main learning so much tonight they already did. He was the f. Word to yeah he might have. That's how that's how he how he album Got it then go and not kuwait if you notice really seen him in a whole bunch of so since then you ain't seen and nothing. Let's actually i mean. I i i know. We just spent a good thirty seconds. Talks about how we don't do research. I am inclined to look up. You go into that means something recent. Probably something on tv or You you wanna talk about rock bottom between that and hallmark channel. Burn if you want hallmark channel you go. Don't you step on somebody they will be doing. You gotta get your thirty. Take it back. I ain't timeout timer. Is taking should back. I or second all. I didn't say. Oh marcus trash. I'm just saying if you've been on you know nationally Like networks and then you go to hallmark channel. You're definitely on the back end of your career. No maybe because all hallmark movie are steady. They have a day and and they change. Now it's made me. Look i'm telling me i think the easy knowing like people were maybe chow stars. Who have accident while it is giving them new relevancy in their career. So i don't come reverse right now. I'm not he's not. Come up on my nick like that. Hold on hold on. But that's right that we all they was easy. Let me. I think we need to mediate. Let's be here. I let let you. Do you get the gist of what easy thing. And can you get all right there. You go well. Maybe it'll come across the translator. My statement was very clear. I mean drainage. Okay so what i'm saying what. He was saying that he needs me to speak for him but he wasn't taking a plane for saying that hallmark was trashy. Just saying when you go from doing like movies and stuff that if you're doing homework he's not trying to say is trashed. He's just saying that it's a it's a pretty big transition from doing. You had your career. I'm looking. I'm looking dan at lori. Laughlin lord lawson. They went from full house which was on. Abc's and all these other you know networks and now we'll before she went to jail. She was living on the hallmark channel. All along saying right now seton that sound went to tiki point. You can revive. Someone's career through hallmark. But the reverse can so you. Can't robert downey junior. Ain't going to be a hallmark. Neither is saying neither is from ceiling from rebecca donaldson to Some wife on the hallmark channel. For now you now on the flip on now on the flip you could say that if you have an bouma correal hallmark. You're not gonna end up in the next big. You know blockbuster movie. That's being directed by. Chris nolan point but to his point. The checks still clear and i. Hey check for the nba players. That are still getting money sitting on the bench and get your check. If you wanna play for you know The phoenix suns the again. You know they're not going anywhere. Well now and hold on hold on first of all if you will health fan and used to talking about the pelicans. Last time i checked we got a lot of things in common. No titles is one of whom don't care about four. You don't care okay. I do. I do want to say this to throw a little gasoline on the fire at over about homer channel. Those movies are got off. I know the expansive keep now. Tiki need to bring all that energy back to the forefront and go off on sixteen because he said what you thought i said number. She was saying and i know what i thought. I knew what you said. Because what i thought you said what you said. 'cause you say what you say. Okay i heard what you say and you say what you. That's all it needs to be that you say it but we we have our you now. It's sixteen point. Those movies are not quite god awful. But they are very predictable. I'm not. I'm not going to argue that point You know and they say you know that. Somebody's they're going to have amazing cool careers there's gonna be some they're gonna be. There's gonna be some sort of misunderstanding that everyone around them is going to know. But the two main characters won't know until like supporting cared through explaining to them and then they figure it out and then they're going to meet back up into a kiss and they're gonna be straight. There's a gift that's the purpose of every single one of those movies. I did it. They can lose to counter argument worse. He was arguing pretty passionately about this. Now she says she's watching. I because they require a whole lot of salt. They don't require a whole lot of energy. They're they're kinda cool. You know how to put a lot into them. I watch them over and over again. But i okay you know and going about my business and come back later and pete backed up on it. It's not a big deal. Whatever but just to piggyback on what i said earlier i do think that yeah the people that they revitalized their careers like some of those actors who were having their careers. Revitalize on hallmark right. Now let's just be honest. They weren't super super super stars to start with. You're not getting blockbuster actors to start with. Who fell off and came back. There's some people who were decently popular. You know twenty twenty five thirty years ago. Who haven't done a ton of stuff for the most part you know in a while. And then they came back on here. They're familiar to the audience. Like think about it the one years winning like when he went no super you know she wasn't like the biggest star ever. But we all remember when he cooper from the one the years and then she fell off or whatever she did she hide for a while and then she came back on all. There's weady same thing with candle. great and You know laughlin fan. I mean the same type of thing. They weren't like halle berry to start with and then off and they came back so like. Let's put an perspective right because the budget around christmas time anyway so that makes sense but movies anyway. 'cause that's what i'm saying. They have a budget around christmas time. New content comes out. You know tober number about a new movie comes out every weekend all your loan. It's not just at christmas time every weekend. A new movie comes out through the year and they're usually seasonally themed movies so they gotta budget pins. Yeah we are. We plugging this week or or i mean. Got anything in the chamber there. Not the the did the whole on the hallmark conversation with you know in in in the mid mid throws so i was just you know i did want. I didn't want to mention that They are they are they are. They have been doing quite a bit of acting but somebody who use there for a. I just thought he was. Yeah that's what. I say he's n. p. valley that's always crazy popular right now. Yeah that's not recently. Yeah he's on. Tv he's The mayor now now the first that looks no. I'm sorry he was in. This show called the one hundred About sixty episodes of that See about tv. The one the one hundred was on. Cw okay so now. We're talking about the underrated underrated channel. The cw man who they have they got. They got a lot of heat on survivor. So that's pretty good I'm on like that though the former Black lightning all americans just to name a few great. Tv shows that they'll have watched any of those on the cw. Cdw keeping the dc universe alive. I'll tell you that much. That's land last word. Green watching titans this weekend on. We started watching that. I know it was on the dc After the jerk talking about before we can. But it's hbo mac and it's it's Yeah it's interesting you know about. I think five or six episodes is Yeah that doesn't sound super attenborough. I was gonna say. I'm just saying it's still evening review. No i mean. I can get into it later about how it is. I'm not far enough in it. I mean the action is good but the story taking a little while to unfold but it is a definitely not teen titans go. I kid friendly by 'cause i don't wanna hold you back from. I'm interested to hear what you plug it here this week. So now we got a again. Did your radio show burs theme song. Because we don't have all tre cool when you got on your youtube channel. But this i'm gonna send you right now. I'm i'm sorry. Just only be here. We work for the last barrier paperwork. I'm looking out for it right now. I have it loaded for next time. But for i guess the last time his cujo snacks with his generic pie friendly things. Where people for those of you. That are fans The classic candy Peachtree this recently. And i wanna give you guys a Live or later. Whatever you doing the audio situation so is a Some of you may be leave them. I was not He is a condiment I guess much like much like saracho with the rooster on the phone or silly lime flavored. Come it's pretty popular mexican base and they did a collaboration with the candy manufacturer or play featuring got is schilling in line. Peter hennessy on top of each. They look like somebody's sprinkle a lot of what they look like. Somebody saw them in old bay experience mobile bay on tops. Ps rene's put them in a in a skillet. Any just let them get rid like. That's what they look like. And you may be thinking that's labor combination. Sounds terrible. it does sound but it's not if you can get your hands on them. Because i had a. They're not in any local store that i thought But if you are lucky enough gets a handle. I do want to plug out teach rates because it is interesting enough flavor that you remember for a while but it's good in their cities Seasons spicy featuring kick to chili peppers. So keep that in. Mind if you're not a fan of he you try. He's even come through. Get in the harbor. If you could please take a second to tell everybody where they can follow this next look online and where they could find your latest video subscribe yes Following me your snack. 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You say we didn't have a song. Play yeah oh having happened to. But if if the people want a little bit of a breather in between of course we got plenty of underground hip hop today we can put out here for everybody we certainly can you know we need to. You need a stretch break here a little you know. I don't. i just realized that. Hey we been on. We've been going for almost our we hadn't had a breaking usually play a song or something 'cause usually after one gotta go rent and then the show was over but we Based on like tom we thought a little bit later than we used to do. So that's all was trying to fill in the gap of the thirty minutes after we started to you know be mindful. Everybody's time that's all okay so we can talk for a second place. I'm short and come back with a one. Gotta go segment. That's fine with the play and don't know We got so many different choices. I'm not. I'm not sure And not directly strip club music little strip club. I believe i do. I believe i do again. 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Black like plain english. I don't have to spell it. You should not have detroit and black is pretty to pretty simple. Were in check that out. yeah yeah be there. Why in detroit moore back with more so about to get into a very popular Segment of the show here. You've got his one gotta go so easy. What shall we fight about this week. Well in the spirit of fried chicken i built. It was only right that we discussed ride chasing which happens to be my favorite food. And i'm sure it's your favorite food is well maybe suspension who knows we got five choices And the choices are we got bojangles. Churches popeye's kfc and grocery store fried chicken but this total is public so we'll go with public. And i just wanna say off the ripped popeye's y'all may this way. Why is that one grocery store again. Change change you can because i feel like they versus chicken a good enough to compete with various grocery stores thinking competing against each other. Yeah let's let's say. Probably i mean literally actually because the question was posed i thought it was gonna be about various grocery store not fast food or chain shaken versus grocery store. I didn't i didn't get that. That's not what you say. I feel like i feel like the quality. Good enough to be in the conversation but Majority rules here so we'll take it out. I'm just asking this. 'cause i felt like i mean there there. There's five different grocery store chickens. I don't know if y'all shop at stores won't even got yeah. Bet he plays a chain because the chains are pretty consistent across the country I don't know about the grocery stores. Okay well like i say we we can take it out. Yeah so listening in so bojangles churches kfc. And papa say want to go both off Yeah one guy. Go jets on the chicken. Say kay i like. I don't like it when we're talking about fried chicken. I don't even like the fried chicken anymore. I just get grow chicken from. Kfc so i'm gonna say kfc fried chicken gotta go because that bojangles fried chicken viki in that church's fried chicken. Dan she'll be hitting i today and at popeye's fried chicken be here Yeah i'm gonna go with. Kfc fried chicken got to go but they grill. Say so we just we see key. I just based on project. I'm going to be honest. I look at the whole thing. Russia has to offer like chaos along the route. I think they got. They got the big chicken. Tenders out of this group personally but even with that being said i feel like they're not up to par three so i would get rid of. Kfc yeah they got the worst biscuit too. I'm gonna have to agree Even though i wanted to give the they nashville and then they honey high. Whatever the they got finished they yeah. They thought they'd have a really good promotion. That a lot of other ones. Like i don't know how many times popeye's pillows the exact same chicken strips season. Different ways with different names always ripping chicken. Oh wicked chicken keep ripping you got Hot sweet chicken ranch one. They gotta buffalo one. You hugh right. Isn't it really the same changes through different sauce on it and they only pay the whole thing ball. They drizzling. I was so offended. Their honey hot chicken the day i thought it was gonna be tossed. Man it's a chicken strip. Listen hunted drizzled on top. Take these lines like squeeze bottle and just did the little diagonal across come close. That's it that's literally so anyway man Yeah i gotta agree. Tessie and again if it was about fried chicken it'd be a little bit harder because i i respect each one of these fried chicken and like different different ways for what they are But if we're talking about everything the restaurant has to offer. I think years there's not really much else. They gotta go get by it. You know what. I'm saying like chicken. Yeah stands out the murders. But now i have to tell you i. I'm pretty sure i know. For a fact sixteen is not gonna kick out. But i could be wrong because he became more than the normal person. Actually don't it's well okay. You made the choice again here. So popeye's bojangles will kfc and would search. Search you okay so one. I got to go for me. Churches talk about this. Then you to go pick kfc. I knew that do that. But like off the top. And you should popeye's ain't going nowhere at all like no well. There's like this should be with one gotta go. Besides one thing about popeye's everything on the menu hit every single thing you can add. Popeye's restaurant is good. I have not had anything nasty on them in. And i don't think you can say that about the other place Yes so the reason why. I chose searches and because we all know to some varying degree and no offense to what you aj tiki. And i'm glad you enjoyed you. Got your money. But i'm kind of skeptical of eating at a place where you get a wing and the wing is bigger than the breasts. Like a pass on that. But you can't okay but when you get from. Kfc they grilled chicken and fried chicken can be the same quote unquote mic. And they're two different sizes. What's up with that. Why grow our way by microscopic size. Well i was gonna say that the name of the place of kentucky fried chicken. Don't believe i'm going there for grill just putting that out there too but definitely turkey. 'cause bojangles is saying you can make an argument in the case that vo jangle even you know chicken is good but you can make it taste that they have better size than any places that you bang if you consider what they had their fries or outstanding the biscuits or just on another level we did a one gotta go with biscuits they might be number one you know based on I think about this biscuits searches. Well read that's been sitting out there you could. You could perform a homicide with those are so just saying. Yeah but i i will say that bojangles creep in with a bow bear biscuit paying very level i think that's the biscuit and then they got the wrong. Oh my god that same enrolling. Hello underrated man. And if you haven't So i have not so. We have three folks if they can't see has to go one person with searches for one thing. We can't say that if you hungry you eat any forty bucks. At any point time. I talked about services. But if i'm hungry and you put it in front of me i will eat. It is very true with the one from a through coach. I i don't want. I don't wanna be racist but does anybody have any white friends that they asked this question to like. Not like not like you not like you you know urban. You know michael michael. It will run into the issue. You're gonna run into. I'm gonna just put it out there a lot of wife okay. Been churches because of where they are strategically located So that's the issue. I think we were running with I do a lot of whites wondering like that that came across and they're actually a churches Easy in a part of town in marietta. That was shock. You where it is that why people do coach but we could discuss that with what we call. That is what we call in anomalies there but let me be million go. Hey don't say this is no lie. This actually happened. I so this was. I don't know maybe ten years ago myself and a friend of mine we were on. We're on lunch. And we went to go to piles on lunch and we walked inside and this is no live older white couple of walks in there and the guy had never eaten before he literally walked up to the counter and ask the person behind the counter. Could he get a sample. i was dead. I'm like you say baskin robbins where they can take a spoon and give you a little bit to tell you if you like it or not a sample as you buy the meal and trying how do you get. Somebody who's a sample improv. Was one of the most amazing things i ever seen. But it was legit. He was like. Can i get the sam. I couldn't believe what i seeing. Is that something you can't just walk into like. Can you walk into pilots that i can ever sample. What is it had to give birth. And it's probably oh older. I said it was older white cup. Yeah well that is. That explains everything then. It should be a thing though that restaurant that same. Just take what the white person in. Popeye gotta go. Wow you know it's funny. I don't think like like i had a co worker. Why we don't went to lunch at popeye's one day and they were like yeah. I've never been to before. I was like what so. Wow that's shocker. Is it because there's been there before they got a black onto you spokesperson for a reason. So yeah that's nice to raise mark and we still go with it and we still just go there. Like i mean the same thing about tickling saying any she goes so you mean to tell me everywhere she goes like they had the scene where she was at mardi gras. She wears her apron everywhere. She goes she just happens to be wearing her pop No matter where she is that fair racist but wait a minute let's get back to how is sick. Fillet races So i mean. I read magazines the details on that on the show but If you look at ownership no man. We're talking about them. Not not their power and you talk about first of all you know but let me let me defend defend truitt to Two cats in them because they came and spoke at my high school And we were saying. They came and talked to him and his son came to talk to and i have. School was like point five percent white so they didn't have to do that so any any talk of racism right and you right but i'm not talking about dinners people I'm referring to if you was trying to get a franchise with them. You run into summation just yeah. We weren't we will refer to the buffoonery in the commercials. Not the buffoonery. In america can we. Can we talk about how is is. Kfc is that mascot racist like the current hand. He has been burned history. Yeah yeah okay. Yeah and yeah. We know recipe. It was already here. It was a black person recipe. Got okay. yeah that's raising so what about churches. They don't even have a. I haven't. I've never seen the churches. Mascot i think they they read have commercials and they do probably meadow chicken place. Yeah yeah they literally out here in the street. They are symbol. Yeah in the community. Yeah chicken place. Wow yeah they got a high. They got plenty of hot sauce. Plenty of Jalapeno peppers and they got a re kool-aid on the menu. Yeah they do problem man. I just wanna make talk. I do suarez as well. The name of the founders making his name is joyce chur so it ain't names or anything but the name of the person found named george church so called the original name was with church's fried chicken to go with the original name. Wow even let you wikipedia. They you have a teacher. Joe name is dorrie. Jesus oh okay. He's a white man. I didn't go that far. But i'm pretty sure that georgia's the white guy. I'm fairly certain. Okay this'll be funnier. But we're on you. Yeah i just wanna make it clear that we didn't bring up bojangles for these reasons. Oh but i know the history of that that also is not racist not named after what you eat not name but it is but they say every time every time i hear bojangles i just see a family but not from eating it it. It has not to know that you had to go. I think that's what we're talking about here. We're talking about all these sprite. Chicken places who have subliminally racist or blatantly racist You know how reason patients yeah undertone like we ain't gonna stop no show because if we we can have a whole show. And maybe that's something we could do in the future. 'cause if you don't trying to uncover all the places where like i'm boycotting this place in that place if you start really digging deep on some of the background of what do you when you were sitting up you just have to move you. Just have to move. You just have to go back if you start really not in the country somewhere else. I don't know. Yeah you just have to start everywhere when i hear people like when people are doing you know what i'm not gonna. They're not they're not letting colin kaepernick job on boycott. Nfl you work out some of them. Sponsors did they got. 'cause i wanna start googling the history behind that shit but you know whatever it's cool they look looking at you. Pizza gator own. Nike gatorade sovereign data gatorade. So i'd love very interesting. Yeah just just takes. I love that. That's the beauty of this show. So i wanna finally before we move on. I apologize. I just want to ask one more question. You say they bojangles. Didn't come from mr bojangles. where did it come. Okay so if you just filibuster fourth second. I can listen to know that. 'cause i looked at my trying what they put out one of those post on facebook trying to explain how it was racist and you know yeah one opening so get it but but okay so so so Follow up question if you if your last name was if your last name was niggers with a heart. Er would you make the name. The restaurant point. I wanted to make you know you know somebody. You brought up that word because me and sixteen or both said like chief believes so good but they call us that as we pull up to the window to get food. We still don't come tonight. They could've been like what show negro add one. I'm like should i want that number one. Dr peppers what i want is some barbecue. Thank you very much Okay dammit okay. So looks like i don't know so it is based on okay. So the inspiration for the name. Bojangles comes from the popular song. Mr bojangles recorded by. Sammy davis junior. And the nitty gritty dirt band. Who is gonna hurt. Means marine radio all over. He said he he heard on the radio and was trying to come up with it. And that's how he came up with the name for bojangles and the first one with open charlotte north carolina and we all know nothing rangan and north carolina. You know what I was absolutely wrong with that. I deserve Wow damn i to lose the game. So probably should've did your research. Apparently i did band with one We are. I tell you one thing if i know one thing dancing negro or not if somebody said they bring him back some bojangles. I'm down wit. And i want some biscuits so you know when you come the boat when you come bojangles. Sit in the back right where you're going to pose as long as they're like. Get my season fries hot. I'll be would be so that's not my. I got that for about tony baker. But it's it's hilarious. Because i think of that joke every time i hear the name bojangles so blatantly slowly like when you come to bojangles back and go over like hey. Bojang krista side note up tony if you don't follow him on instagram. Please do yourself a favor and do that. He is so funny area. If you don't follow him already like no go ahead no like what are they. Like bojangles darcy. Oh no i mean. We're talking about that. The chicken right. Yes for for the dark. He'd then they run the pressure with just with legs and now we're talking about who's games. They run that special. Oh yeah yeah oh man. I don't like how this feels. But i love how it tastes. Back could be a catchphrase to boy. And is that the new sogan. That's the new slogan for bojangles. I don't like how they feel. But i love high man. Look here. will you know that could go a lot of different ways to though just saying it could go a and different ways i was gonna say. It's almost a racist. They fried chicken lasted this long. I mean tried to sixty percent of the show. Now cool cool. So what So this whole show has been random with who's got random on your mind. You know what i you know i all you can get off. Yeah this is Okay so this is something that i don't understand and maybe you can help me with this with you. Ever wonder why are green. Grapes called white grapes and why purple grape call red grapes. I don't really understand talking it out there and actually contemplated that myself to be honest. I don't understand it. It's confusing like they're clearly red season. Great fucking purple like grapes. You now come from the same type. Oh great by degree home from the. Yeah yeah. I don't i don't understand whatever it's cool. They know what they're doing. I just figured out. It's random. So i figured i'd throw it out there so yeah look with taking the point just playing constraint coup you've been having on your mind yeah so why. Why how come when we say everybody. Everybody pronounces the the until we put emphasis on any becomes the kurt. Why is it pronounces. What about the emphasis makes it. The well technically not to be the english major guy the supposed to go in front of words that start with a bow and whatever. It's complicated if people can't even get your your and yours right so i'm not even gonna go that route but that's when you're to talking you know like we just some radio show. Hey ray so the radio. So but then we give out instagram though radio. Show it you know. It's the radio man who is is is not at all. I just noticed. Do the same thing. Sometimes i'd like such and such i always. I've never used it. I never say the incident. That's very interesting but they wouldn't if i do. The cash rate wouldn't sound the same. If i said hey radio show some radio so this is the radio. So it's like it didn't have possess to when i e radio so think about think about when you name a great actor or great athlete or somebody greatly like no no daddy these robert downey so you know without twice. Keep coming top of my head. Dui they do ohio state university. Yeah there you go. Yeah yeah that's about. Why not just the. That'd be great random. How you play the game though. This knows what he's doing. Pretty damn good. The the and i'm gonna make status. Maybe you should. Maybe you who's going top that i thought i was doing something. With my red grapes and green cujo dunk all. That was a good one. Because i actually went to compete. Pdf i looked it up and give me a reason man. We just kill credibility because we didn't all type of googling and researching shit right now. Yeah don't don't becoming to expect shit okay. It just it just lightning in a bottle tonight. So who's who's who's next is loan or is it i to keep things first thing. Maybe have there's been under a rock. But i could've swore that we've reached as a lot of things on this show. So are we just kind of changed the narrative to get a new listener. Or you know. The research doesn't count as a sharing stories with each other having a ready to go versus right off the cuff. Like maybe go here and search for something type thing where we were doing just now. It's never been. Yeah but i feel like we've had several moments where we like looked up something on. I mean i don't a hundred episodes. It's kinda hard to remember your point. Second thing is I think this road trip down to louisiana for the holidays and my ac had been nerve to try to go out on me halfway through the trip. Do they not realize that whether in the south is not like the rest of the world. It's fucking hot ac. I'm in need you to get to together. 'cause it soon. As i parked the car he wanted to blow cold again. You got one more time to do that before i tell you in. That's all i'm saying. Best friend your. Ac is just like you Ooh your comprehension skills a terrible naming elaine. Wonderful they're going to start it again. Which got me look right so now you're calling me stupid. That's what we doing. Hey i'm easy to change. The hearing aid battery. Can you just hearing all kinds of stuff tonight. I can't. I'm trying to keep you no. No that bad will be okay. I'm just playing around here. 'cause it's random yeah i i have nothing for the random for the random tonight we. I'm i'm telling. I'm just ray for thanksgiving. I'm just you had a couple of heavens you that's why you got you you you. I told y'all somebody put me onto this peach whisky and i mix it with some lemonade And i'm going pretty good actually so tonight the best sound the vom. That's what it is. It is i can defined me uh-huh yeah it's just the right kick Yeah i didn't even know. I don't even really like a whole lot of brown liquor you in the walmart ramp up and down but someone makes it what sprite at first and i was like. Oh this is actually you know very adulting but then My homeboy was like you. Mix it with the lemonade and it was just a different. It was a different mood altogether. So i'm i'm good. Maybe that's my random. 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Building the Esteem of Young Girls w/ Dr.Janine Jones

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

1:10:18 hr | 8 months ago

Building the Esteem of Young Girls w/ Dr.Janine Jones

"Everyone and welcome to another episode of hunters podcast. Podcast that is dedicated towards bridge. Divide between the police and the communities that they serve. Thank you guys so much for tuning in for the love with support in all that you have been bringing to the show. Thank you so much really really appreciated grow has the show has been growing and going and i appreciate it Thank you so much to you. Offer sharing spreading the word For liking for the thumbs up in for the downloads. Of course that you are giving continued to keep it up as we continue to go on and growing got a lot of great things planned for captain hunters podcast lot of great guests. Coming up. we're gonna talk about a lot of different things. Some of them going to be controversial. But i think that it's really really important that we get information out there so that we can get better as community and so that we can get better as a police department or in your local police department. The community gets better. The police about relationships between those two entities only improve can only improve so. I just want to remind everyone that i do have a book. Police reform a retired police captains perspective on the evolution of enforce in america and how to improve the criminal justice system So i'm holding up for the video there So remember the pick it up you can go to l. u. l. u. dot com and pick up a copy from there. I'm still working on it. Becoming available for there is a problem with The printers it's not on my end. It is on there and as they have written to me in an email and told me that myself. A numerous other authors are experiencing some type of problem when they tried to upload their books to the e book format so that is something that they are working on. As soon as it is ready for book. i will certainly let you all know. I am the type of person that i would rather have an e book. Copy myself So that is in the works. In the meantime get get the paperback book So you can help support the podcast and support on the we're trying to do room disciplined little reminder i am available for speaking engagements and and Working on the life. Coaching life skills and supervision courses management courses leadership courses. Doing all that type of good things so If you looking for anyone to help motivate your your your new group your crowd your business Members of your organization a modem in towards leadership. Elevate them in leadership Motivate them their leadership skills on the man for you to call so we can do all of that kind of good stuff so for today's episode. Have a good one for you. Dr janine jones from the university of washington in seattle she has specialized in Young young african girls of color are african american girls of color to build their self-esteem she's worked with school resource officers within the seattle school system She is someone who's dedicated towards multiculturalism and helping to build the self esteem of young girls Young and young people just in general right. It's very very important as we build this community that we have a relationship between the community and the police and we build the self esteem of people so many times. I know this from my own Dig degree in psychology so many times that so many people are suffering and acting out because their self is low right. They act on the class because they don't understand the material that understand work but therefore they tried to distract and try to And try to act out because they are not understanding the word but so we're trying to get them we're trying to build their self-esteem so they understand the work so they understand themselves Understand that visions goals purpose. Give them vision schools. Purpose drive motivation. All that kind of good stuff. And they're therefore they will become less of a distraction less of a problem for the educators to to add to actually educate them and drive them towards their goals. So that wouldn't miss jenny. Jones is all about so. We're going to get right into the episode. Here's the episode with dr jenny jones. Please make sure that you rate subscribe and share these episodes Remember you could support the podcast through pay pal cash up and then mo cash up and then mo are cpt l. hunter pay pal as c. A. p. t. h. u. n. t. e. r. Patriots page. lot of other things. Coming up Very rare shortly. I will make those announcements as well as the time comes. But in the meantime here is interview that we did on facebook. Live with dr. janine jones So i started the show. So we're we're live right now so People will hopefully trickle in. I don't want to waste your time. So i want to say. Thank you to my special guest today. Ms janine jones. Dr wh what do you how do you refer yourself as dr out. That work okay. Okay all right all right so thank you so much for for coming on the show. I really really appreciate it so if you would just take a moment. They're just kind of explain to us who you are. Not good stuff okay. Okay well. I am a professor of goals psychology at the university of washington. And i've been there fifteen years and part of my work is focusing on research related to black youth in particular by girls and I've i've trained people to work. As professionals mental health professionals in schools and Have done some partnership work with School resource officers at times and really understanding how to get to know and understand the kids that are in the schools that were in. So i'm in seattle washington that's where university of washington is and so it's an urban community and we have a school district seattle. Public schools is Rather large you know The thousand kids so yeah. My son was out in tacoma. So i miss him being out there. He took me to To seattle seahawks games stuff like that. So missing being out there you you need to go back to seattle. You can go to a seahawk game. That's like a highlight of being in town. So yeah yeah then. We went to the to the fish market After that the yeah yeah. Yeah yeah so. We had a good time out there and also seattle was. It's much different than going to a game around here whether it's the yankees game or or a football game the giants whatever Because it was much less crowded. I noticed you know i mean we were able to. We drove in and around the park a little bit of ways but it was like a ten minute walk and then we walked and i mean you go to new york. It's it's wall to wall Soon as you hit the border in those you know so so i i enjoyed. I enjoyed my time out there. It rained most of the day. I was out. But that's all good. That's against seattle right. So what made you decide to get into this line of work Dealing with women or young girls and all that. Well you know school's psychology. I always knew. I wanted to be a psychologist kind of started my training in probably high school because i took classes in psychology and i had some people around me like adults that were in my life that were really encouraging and my father in particular happens to be someone that tries to find the best in everybody and and kind of highlight that and bring that in and and so i just try to always be a person that was available to other people on support other people and i looked for careers that would allow for that so when i went to undergrad did a degree in psychology. Which doesn't get you anywhere when you want to be psychologist. You've got to go to grad school. And so then i did. A master's degree at university of southern california in marriage family and child counseling. And that got me in working directly with kids and not necessarily in schools and then I was working kind of in community mental health for a time and then I started learning will my goodness the best place to really be able to support kids where you don't require. Their parents have to bring them to a special appointment Outside of schools is at school. And so i ended up going back and doing a doctoral degree in school. Psychology at the university of texas at austin and that really shaped the direction that i could go and Helped me recognize the influence that you can have on children and families by meeting them where they are not just in community mental health settings but actually to be in the school setting where they spend a huge amount of their time and be able to make a difference where they're experiencing a lot of their stresses to i was just talking to a friend of mine today Who was talking about. We were talking about You know a bachelor's degree in psychology is pretty much useless so so. We both have both at bachelor's degrees in psychology. I think we gotta go for this. You know i can. I can certainly appreciate that and nobody tells you that. Of course nobody tells you that yes. I certainly did not hear that. Until i until i finished the degree and i started looking around like oh you know. You really need a master's degree to do anything and then and then you get the master's degree then like well. You really need to do something you wanna wanna do. Yeah yeah yeah so. It's kind of a kind of a bayton switch type of thing for those anyone out there. Anyone out there who's trying to Think about some degree in psychology. You've got another five or six years ago before you could google at least at least yeah with all the clinicals and stuff you know. Seven eight problem So so did you always wanna work with Kids who are I guess challenged a. Is it a socio economic thing or did you kinda focus on kids. How did you would love. I'm kind of a kid at heart. So i love playing and and just kind of meeting people at their level in in so i know that i wanted to work with kids because i feel like kids have so little control over their environment and they didn't have voice and so there was something that i kind of soccer too quickly is one that i could find a way to connect with kids and be their voice with their parents and help them understand and like what they're experiencing and so As i was kind of going through my training i was looking to see. Who has the best needs or the most needs and needed Support and when. I was working at I was at usc. And i was working at content california and the work that i was doing was groups with kids that were in school and it was all african. American kids and i was seeing that they were experiencing Kind of like these startle responses to loud noises and things like that. And i and the you know the we were in a group in there was a loud noise outside. Never hit the ground except me and i was trying to understand you know will what and then they just got up and they just kept going and moved along and so i was trying to get an understanding of what that was and so i started studying post traumatic stress disorder and dan. I started seeing. We'll wait. these kids. Were super resilient. Like given the circumstances that they were experiencing a lot of chronic community violence at that time and What i what. I started studying the literature. And everything that i could find or see about. African american kids was about them being the perpetrators of the violence and not being resilient to or having experiences with violence and and our flag will. This isn't there's nobody contributing to that body of literature so that's where at my research body of literature started was really to try and find ways for other people to see what are the strengths of african american youth. And how they resilient to even the most awful of circumstances that we could see the end but these kids were amazing and so that that kind of shaped the direction that i went and then Over the years. I was really focusing on black girls and In trying to help understand why there were these dynamics. we're seeing. These incredible dynamics of girls girls being suspended six times more than white girls in school and Watching expulsion rates were really high and and not have any kind of understanding of of why that is and so. That was the reason why i wanted to start really focusing my research on. What are the positives so that we could help. Schools understand how to reach them and have them engaged in school so that they're not the the victims of this chronic suspension and push out of schools. You've probably seen that term that the practices of pushing out black youth from schools. What could you could. You relate that for the audience because you define that for the audience. Yeah so if you've heard the term school to prison pipeline. That is This this ongoing pattern us start getting policed while they're in Elementary preschool middle school early early age. And and when i say police it's really meaning. The behaviors are criminalized. So we've got like five five year old's in kindergarten that are suspended and Labeled as violent kids are violent youth and end that when those words are kind of spoken into our kids they kind of become what we are speaking into them and so over time that just kind of chips away at who they are and and then they start getting the sense of helplessness. That no matter what i do even if i try to have the make the right decision or make the right call in a situation. It seems like it's always the wrong call in so i hope what you're hearing is not a problem with the kids. It's actually of the adults in their lives. That are interpreting behaviors differently especially in a racially diverse environment where black youth are perceived as doing something much worse and how much worse consequences for the same behaviors that other youth do and so i just for me i did. I didn't wanna be the researcher that was feeding into that nonsense and continuing to describe these negative patterns and outcomes. Would i wanted to be with the researcher that showed the resilience and and the ability for kids to achieve beyond expectations and to be the one to teach people how to see that in kids and point out the beauty in what they're bringing to the classroom in the uniqueness to that. And so i guess i kind of see myself as a positive est kind of a researcher but school to prison pipeline. Sorry going backwards to long story. School to prison pipeline is like the terminology that people here but there The schott foundation has done some Research c. h. t. T. foundation has done so researching they describe push out practices. Which are these practices that have black girls in particular leaving school either out or being pushed into the criminal system or Early pregnancy drug use like these days things but that are negative outcomes but there are perpetrated by the practices that we do in school. When we're responding to behaviors that we perceive to be not positive. Say yes so. There's a lot to unpack there in. I familiar with a lot of those terms. But actually i never heard push be honest about or some. Yeah so a lot of stuff that you that you talked about I took a look at when i was going for my for my degree and protect the. Ptsd right what some of the so many children particularly chicago detroit more who are suffering from you know it's like living in a war zone so yeah. So i wanna talk about your positivity in The resilience that talk by just watch. I just right before you right before you caught me watching youtube watching just with audience out there right. So the screen to screen is on the cameras on but on the other side screen. I'm watching youtube. I'm watching the Daniel camera i think. His name is the prosecutor from From louisville kentucky. I was what to his speech. And about why he didn't decide to prosecute it seems like in the background hey Am here. and i couldn't see her too. I was watching you type. But before i was watching youtube was actually watching your video about resilience. That's on your on your website So you can just talk to us just a little bit about resilience and the other side of that right. We see the negative the push out and all the stuff. Just talk about the resilience. Sure i am in the video that you watched if folks want to watch it. The title of the videos. Biology of resilience and i like to use metaphors for people to kind of connect with the ideas that i'm sharing and so in that video. I use a metaphor of a cell and the nucleus of a cell and the side of plaza. Which is a liquid that protects the nucleus in a cell. And what. I i'm calling. The nucleus is resilience. And i'm saying that that is something that is already existing when we're born. It's something that continue to be protected and cultivated over time and then the inside the seidel plaza. There are lots of things for black youth. That kind of fit in with the Protecting the nucleus protecting their resilience and so I for my dissertation steady long. Long long ago It wasn't a long. I did a study of of youth in houston texas in the third in the fifth ward of houston which are two areas that had a history of of chronic violence and and significant poverty. And what i wanted to do was try to understand what is it that was keeping them protected from ptsd because they were experiencing violence like many people have never seen. And so i. I decided that. I wanted to explore cultural variables that i believe i was raised with and and other people in the black community have been raised with and so i picked three things. I looked at Formal kinship which is family support Informal kinship which that's those family members that we refer to as as family but they're actually not blood related so you play play cousins on tv. You know that's that's that's the name right. That's now so the nam. I was studying those without proper terminology at those two as well as virtuality and i wanted to see combining those things as well as looking them individually. Was it enough to protect kids from what i was looking at. The time was complex. Which is post rag stresses or with an overlay of depression. And it's it's one that is kind of linked to chronic community violence. So what i found that study was that kids had Formal kinship it by themselves was not enough to protect them from post traumatic stress. Disorder informal kinship. The names not enough spirituality was so if they relied on faith and they relied on a being or power outside of themselves that that was enough fair not huge significance but just you know right in the significant range but what was even more powerful. Was the kids that had all three and these were kids from like fifth grade to eighth grade age on seventy one of them they The kids had the most of all of those so basically the higher number of all of those variables combined had the the most protection from post traumatic stress disorder. So that was really helpful because those i consider those cultural variables and at the same time. They aren't things that are often studied. So i had to create measures to be able to assess these things in my interviews. I did interviews with all the individual services with all the families and so If i go back to the biology of resilience metaphor former kinship and informal kinship and spirituality are among those things that kind of protect the resilience of of black. Us is the way that i see it. That they are kind of fitting in that the war you have of these things they retain who you are in your identity and your way of Of standing the world whereas when we're dealing with environments that are inherently then it breaks down things and it breaks down our ability to to respect and see ourselves feel connected to others in in part of the black community collectivism or being connected to others or doing things on behalf of your community or the you know we've heard of that sense of we like i. It's not me that did it was us you know together like that that togetherness is a part of the culture and when those things are existing and continuing to be maintained in their environments. They're much more healthy and able to handle the most difficult things that come their way. So that know that model is about is like how do we cultivate and continue to support all of those things that are inherently part of the culture and need to be respected as valuable because we go into educational systems. That's not exactly what they're paying attention to. Those are extra those are those aren't the main things that are defining achievement and success in the classroom. Yeah listen i gotta say that. That's really surprising to me when you talk about. The former did not work as well as far as installation and i would assume that's just installation from the. ptsd right. Does it probably have a discussion about other things does okay i gotcha But spirituality does that really important. I guess that would make sense. Because it's really about the mind right. I mean so you really can can hope and dreams and in in whatever. Someone's looking out for you than what people envisioned by spirituality. And i can certainly see that. That means that would mean a lot So i want to get to some people's comments here. A lot of people said. Hello so i want to say hello to everyone. chris in marlene and lauren's akia and trae in ed and kalija and else is here so thank you so much for tuning in really appreciate it. If you guys have questions or comments make sure that you shoot them I do want to get to a comment here One by when you were talking about a black rose in school being pushed out and everything she wrote so true. I went to school with not only metal detectors but secure Putting on a screener so true. I never i went to school with not only metal detectors. Security officers treated us like criminals instead of students and Trae ellen you know before that said absolutely so. I wanted to talk just a little bit about that. I did want to have you back on I wanted to be a two parter. Because i wanna talk about your work with Sro's but this would tie into that but will address it because he's talked about here so let's just talk about on the way that some students are treated with particularly within inner city environments. If you could talk about that just a little bit. Yeah yeah as a kid the setting like describing the metal detectors and and walking into a place like that like you would think that it's supposed to make you feel safe. But then i think about the feeling that i have when like a police officer behind me in the siren going and i'm like okay. What am i doing. Did i in that angst that you feel kids. Feel that going through medical metal detectors going into school and that's supposed to be the environment where they're going into learn and and it kinda sets the tone and i get why we have them but at the same time we also need to know that our Emotions are attached to very i things like that and the practices that we have when you're sitting in a room and you know half half brown kids and half white kids and you do the same. The white kid does something in the brown kid. Does the same behavior of the white kid everybody lasts. The brown kid gets kicked out of the room. Just even that is is a treatment that says that you don't aren't valued or your you know just really not necessary in this room and those that kind of takes a toll on kids you know. It'd be it becomes a process where you have to look at yourself and you think well do. They're really not want me here. And maybe i am that kid. That just doesn't belong so so kind of thinking about when the environment is structured where school safety is being prioritized. What about emotional safety of kids. We have to have plans very clear. Plans on how to build protect the emotional safety and also pay attention to win those differential treatment and how and why there's differential treatment because i'm all about fairness i. I think it's really critical to make sure that adults are held accountable when they are doing. Disproportionate practices being Disproportionality is a term we use in school psychology ally that is referred to when you Kids a population of people are over represented in a setting that they shouldn't and so how many people on this call have gone by a behavior classroom and noticed that it's all brown boys in their Whereas everybody has some not so good behaviors but but it is interpreted as disability. And then they get funneled into that and it's hard to get out. It's really a once. A kid gets tracked into that system. It takes a whole lot to poll them from it and it takes advocates and it takes the adults to see a different person from that in. It's it's it's heartbreaking when Pardon my trained school. Psychologists school psychologists are the ones that do the evaluations to Make decisions about placement in classrooms and my mission for the past fifteen years has been to make sure that none of my students white black asian. None of them are perpetuating the cycles of putting kids or placing kids in Behavior classrooms when it is just not warranted. So i wanted to kinda ask a little bit about the prevalence of this right. I've been reading about this. Is there really a disparity between children acting up in class and Black boys being put in to. I've i've heard it. I i've never i i have never read it. Wasn't you know an so. Can you talk a little bit about that. Is there a disparity arch people. Not knowing that they're really doing this. That you're know johnny acts up and then rocking acts up and then they don't really realize that they're doing that right. I mean Yeah i mean it's it's kinda disgusting because it in the past maybe eight years ten years we just started requiring the opposite civil rights as a federal institution Just started requiring districts to this aggregate their data so disciplined data four was not disaggregated by race or by gender. It was just. They were not just reported on at school and everybody was clustered together and it was impossible to to notice recognize disproportionality. What has happened over the past ten years or so is we've been able to recall it. The terminology is called disproportionate discipline. That's disproportionality that term comes from What has happened was now that Districts are forced to disaggregated their data by race. It it highlights. All of these disparities like it is so obvious and so. That's how you start. Getting the slaps on the wrist for districts. Where you have to do things differently. You have to create new policies that If you've got policy center like Was term when You get three strikes but yeah stuff like that when they have have terms like that or they they have these rules that are really rigid that they don't necessarily adhere to for all you the that's the those are practices that actually have to be dismantled but is it. It is a huge body of literature that you will see an. It's the patterns are undeniable and i would assume that in all this. These are kids sitting in the same class doing the same thing at two fifty to fifteen. They're going home at eleven fifteen Johnny threw a paper airplane at two sixteen raquin through a paper airplane but he gets into the office that up type of thing. That's right that's right. Yeah and and on top of that. I mean so that that might be like a little a little bit of a A under example because some sometimes they what we've learned is it's called subjective disciplined. It's the ones where they can use terms like disrespect. You know they treat me with disrespect will then. You've probably seen on youtube videos of lake. somebody taken violent with a kid or a girl in particular putting their hands on them after they used their mouth or they had too much attitude or whatever. That's what you'll hear about girls. Because they girls are much more likely to do those kinds of behaviors that they are interpreting and criminalizing to yes speaking the girls here so let's see Secure says oh so true. I went to school down. Only with metal detectors kirti officers street. I read that one Yes it's the same process if you go into prison to visit so much talked about the bars And the feeling The feelings that people have you know when the cops are behind them or going through that. I did go visit someone in prison. What time it was not a pleasant feeling when the doors start something behind you. That's part of the reason. Why the complete my diploma online. I'm assuming kia that you finished i. I guess your high school diploma because you didn't have a good experience school. I'm assuming that's what you mean. And so The greatest daughter in the world says labeling young black girls with attitude problems So so this is part of what you talked about. Here is is excellent. So can you get into that. A little bit talked about the boys Talk about the girls attitude near their snapping. Her fingers enrolling their next and stuff. Right part of the thing is is like the teacher particularly a white teacher might do say something like will they. They were disrespectful. Will that falls into that. Subjective discipline because you know. I got i got a teenager myself. And she rolls her eyes on mike. And if you're not from the culture you may not understand that that is yeah that was irritating but is it really worth putting somebody out of the classroom just because you felt uncomfortable about it. So they can right. They can brighter. Referral will In my work in middle schools there was. There was some habits that we were trying to break of Teachers but we had to really look at the data to make decisions about okay. Who do we need to be doing. You know kind of professional development workshops to help them kind of understand these are. These are manifestations of trauma. And you don't want to treat respond to trauma in the same way. You would try to respond to violent behavior. You know that kind of thing and what we found was. There were often what we refer to the sounds. Terrible but high fliers Those teachers as high fliers because it was typically one or two classrooms that kept referring kids for behavior problems and it wasn't the classroom constellation of the classroom. It wasn't necessarily the kids that teachers threshold for behavior was much lower than for others and when we We kind of gave some awareness around. You know if a kid says this. This might be what they're signaling. I need your attention. Or i need you to notice that i'm raising my hand because i'm really excited about this topic that we're working on where it would be interpreted as disruptive to the classroom the kind of behaviors and so we had to you know in trying to educate some people it would work some people and they were just continue. And then what it took was a team of discipline staff so usually the assistant principal. And maybe a school psychologist in. This would be a way to retain them in the classroom rather than sending them to the office because every minute that they're out of the classroom is another Day that they're losing of education year. Are you still there frees. She throws a little bit or is that me. Can you guys still hear me and if you can hear me. Yeah i can hear you. Okay froze up for those little God no problem problem So there's there's so much here that you keep mentioning. I keep trying to make some notes here so you know it's all if i wasn't making no w problem i'd be saying interesting So you talked about culture and it's the second time you brought that up and there's there's a youtube video by i don't know if you've heard of her dr barbara sizemore She was she was a educator. I think in chicago. Or pennsylvania or some- somewhere somewhere in the mid west there and she she. There's a does you to talk to does i. I say because. I want people to go out and listen to to this youtube video. It's a i think it goes. I think the name of the title is a black people. Just don't get it. Yeah it's really really good she. She was an educator and so what she talks about is one of the things that she talks about. That's in there is really profound to me. She says that black people have not saved their culture so their culture cannot save them so we see all these kids who are messing up. Cussing teachers doing all this crazy stuff. or even if they're not doing those to that particular level if they are perceived to doing it right. It's the culture That that is not saving them from from the type of thing you talk about the look that you give to your to your kid so not you get your to your child. I i assume you don't have any votes So so does that does having a black teacher male or female. I know that we need more. Black male teacher does that help. Does that does that help them. To identify what the culture is my question. I actually believe it does so. I i would disagree with the the. We're not saving our culture. What i'm noticing is that you take a child from in the school setting and then you put them in their home context or you have their parents around. Their behavior does not look the same at all. And and so. What i think is happening. Is our school setting doesn't mean with the culture and the behaviors of the culture win schools are deliberate about engaging families and having families feel welcome at school and part of the process. The kids behavior's children's behaviors. Now i will never say kit again after. He said hilarious. But i'm here all week. Everyone the the children's behaviors are more aligned. When they know it's possible than mama's gonna show up in the building or that somebody knows them. I you know. I think about how many times like my daughter's in high school. And they their school counselors good about reaching out to families but they really are trying to give agency to the youth so they don't really create a context for family to do be a part of it except for back to school night and that kind of stuff. Well if the if the if they knew what the expectations were at home. They're more likely to have the same expectation in the classroom. But you gotta to it and have a conversation around it so elementary schools where i see them doing home visits and really connecting with families. You don't see it in the same way. They know they wouldn't say that they wouldn't say that we're not maintaining the culture. We're not retaining it. We're maintaining it at home. But how do you translate it to the school. Context of school has to be open and ready to embrace it and not just have a brain your favorite dish from your culture night or you know back leaf and right right so it's not really creating the place for still liner cultural. I think i think that. That's i think that's really key is bringing is allowing that type of culture disciplined whatever reinforcement in a school setting. I definitely i definitely agree. a couple more Comments here Lavina sweeney who was on the podcast for a great job for us. You're coming back on what you're saying. I had to go to your house and get you back on. So some of the some of the white usually female teachers in my high school would intentionally antagonistic or being paganistic towards the black boys in order to get them to react then they would then when they did iraq. The boys were written up and sent to the principal's office it used to infuriate me Let see in temporary. A typo in accused. I'm not going to poach some guests because she sticks because my shown steals my guess. I wanted to give me credit like you know i heard about her. First podcast you could at least do that kid So so we'll talk about the chronic. At something a term you mentioned before chronic Chronic community violence very very important. And then we're going to two little girls going bad about themselves So what role does that play in. The building bad about themselves boys feeling bad about themselves. The problems in school the community bein. It's right the environment that they're immersed in how. What role does that play in their whole psyche. And all that alive. I mean well it. It depends on how they're protective mechanisms are Helping them distance from it so if when we have kids that are exposed to chronic community violence. Like what i was describing in compton. I would not say that those children were Depressed in significantly anxious. They had school a school setting where they knew they were loved. They were going into an environment that fed them all three meals this is. This is the nineties early nineties. They fed them all three meals. They took care of their their families too so their families were able to come to school and get meals. They would help them get vouchers to get close because they get all uniform school so that there wasn't disparities on what kids have access to so there was so much that that protected them because the community was wrapped around them even though there were still gang violence that was occurring. There was a lot that was there to protect them. And so now you know. I'm i'm in seattle and so there's not you don't see that level of violence but i know that that chicago it's still continues in the same way that what what. I was seeing back in the nineties in compton. And so it's there are if if we don't lean into the helplessness associated with we can't change their environment. That's what they're in. What a lot of school personnel will do is. They'll say what we can really do anything about that. We can just take care of them while they're here at school. If you don't think outside the box and think about get creating a place that people want to come to to be Connected and safe and node. They're cared about. It's it's not going to change things over time. Sh very good So i want to talk a little bit about You know young girls growing up getting good about themselves in a bad about themselves. So that's how i came to to be recognized with your work is So i was listening to this. And i really don't try to get into right wing left wing kind of stuff. I try to just call down the middle. But i was listening to this guy. He's really black conservative. And always talking about you know whatever they talk about. I really shouldn't be so dismissive. But but he was talking about whatever he's talking about any so he said that Black you know black girls were were feeling good about themselves and that just like didn't resonate well with me. So i started reading up on on different things among other things that he said. And so what. What part of what he said was true. He said in comparison to two bikers growing up In comparison to white girls right for ten but black girls will feel good about themselves. Whereas for waco's it's three three out of ten. I mean these are some statistics that i that i pulled up a man in anything so So i thought he was being a little bit disingenuous and misleading because you saying blockers for good about themselves will four out of ten is not is not a good number three time for white girls. It's not a good number either rank so this leads to girls doing all kinds of stupid stuff going into stripping porn doing drugs all you know all the all the social evils we're trying to keep them away from you know at so that's why i want. That's why i started reading around and came across your work where you're doing these that type of things to make girls feel good about themselves. So can you talk a little bit about the program that you did Or the study that you did at school program and all that kind of stuff in fact Yeah no i appreciate you. Drying the the connections to feeling good about self and then not feeling good about self and how it leads to Kind of hyper sexual behaviors. And things like that where you're trying to fulfill that empty need inside Where a lot of that neglect granted you know. Middle school girls are mean. They're just me to everybody right there. Meeting each other They're also trying to find themselves and the ones that are the most capable of building their own identity in a positive self esteem are the ones that have been spoken into them. They are encouraged and they are people notice so it's adults and then peers that notice these positive things that you can think about what lots of a middle school girls. Where if they've been told that they're pretty or that they're attractive that they think that's all they have and so they kind of capitalize on that and kind of become more hyper sexual and that's not what we want them to be. Got plenty of time for that in your adult life. So let's let's focus on what you have to offer to the world so My my study was really trying to think about what if school programming allowed for girls to look at their culture and recognize the parts of their culture that make them beautiful and the parts. That are not promoted in school or enriched or You know kind of cultivated in them. And so i hid found this curriculum by fehb belgrave called sisters of nia and how i found it. My daughter's name is nia so i was totally biased. Already when i saw it. It basically is this series of like Group in regions that you can do and so in egypt and you can find it on amazon if you wanna take a look at it And but there there are sessions that every single session is focused on. It's kind of starts with an african proverb. The whole thing is built around the days of kwanza and the principles associated with each of the seven days and so you teaching swahili terminology as part of this and making an ingrained kind of making a special group of people that they have something in common that other people don't have and so we were at a middle school down in federal way washington and They we had Two groups running and one one group was doing the sisters of near curriculum in the other was doing kind of a standard Mind up is another Curriculum that we do this associational curriculum. Where you kind of look at How your brain works and emotions attached and all that and so we wanted to do with the two groups have them do each complete their series in those curricula and then swap and wanted to look and see how did they feel about themselves during the group and then how long did it To maintain after and did the order in which you are presented with material. Did it change things for you as well and so what we re did it was. It was prefund because this was right after school. And we fed the girls and and So i ran the sisters of nia group. And then i had some of my graduate students running the business as usual. Because i knew i wasn't going to be filtering culture into everything so i couldn't do that. Other crew and wet. I could see where bonds between these young girls Very quickly Growing and yeah. There was already mean. Girl dynamics. There was issues where they were like. I can't be in a group with her because you know like soon as they started but then we started coalescing around the material. Then all of those things didn't matter anymore and then it got to the point where we were in running the group or the my team was there and we're waiting for the girls and one would come and she'll be like oh wait such as i saw her going for bus. Let me go grab her. 'cause they would forget and so they run into pull each other in and and the the attendance. What we found was the greatest when they were in the sisters of nia group and and when they did the other group we had more absences. We had more kind of like a came for the snack. Oh i forgot. I have tracks. I've got to go to track so we could see that there was something really tying in to bringing them there and together but one of the the expected outcomes but we weren't exactly sure that we're gonna find it was. How much did they appear to be engaged in the classroom by their teachers. I didn't meet a single one of their teachers. We just did a three short questionnaire. Where one of my team members brought them the question air and it was asking about the level of preparedness for the girls For the kids were the ones that were participating mood dc any differences in their mood and on route with were turning their work completing not just being engaged but also completing their work and to a t. when they were in the sisters of nia group all of those ratings were higher and the ones who started in sisters end and then moved to the other group there we could still see it was maintained but it's the same level of engagement was maintained but it started to degrade by the end. Which told me that. It's very important for these. All of these parts of their identity to be cultivated ongoing and they You know we did. We did things like looking at history. We started with an african proverb. We've looked at history we Did games that kind of focused on How they there's a activity called mir mira where you're basically looking at positive mentors that you can pay attention to when you hear the negative or here the refocused on media and what you see in the media what is beauty where everything in the media. Then if you had natural hair. That's not seen as beautiful if you had darker skin that wasn't seen as beautiful and so part of our work in the group was countering those messages and now luckily we have a natural hair movement. So it's much easier for us to feel like they're beautiful and they fit in into context when they're not having to explain away or no. Tell people that you can't touch my hair and of bad as you as you now from your daughter. I'm sure yeah. Yeah yeah so Couple of things. I want to talk about. Here's i the audio version that scrolling across because i've done episodes on Black girls hair done episodes on Skip people who are lightning your skin and trying to be brighter and all that kind of stuff So this this. This topic is really really important to me. Because i believe that we ought to believe in ourselves and i say that as black people if you're if you're white with red hair and you you ought to believe in love who you are right and so i think that a lot of times we have been taught not to love ourselves and i just saw a a A news anchor somewhere. I think in atlanta area who now has keeping her hair short She there was one story. Where i read where A news anchor was getting flack from the from the from the people they were writing in saying. Make this girl grower hair or whatever right. And then she did. I don't know if it's the same person. But i just saw one the other day where another lady has gone short hair And just loving her own natural hair and being comfortable in his skin that she's in. I think that that's so important to love who and what we are at all times and so to your point about You know these These terroristic Middle school girls. I i there's i can remember. I my daughter to the doctor for a yearly checkup or whatever thinks he was in six six six or seven. Th grade and the doctors are telling me. Listen you know you're gonna start having issues and problems and like why are you saying why are you saying the next day. Call me up because my daughter was in trouble curse you talked with really so yeah they they can certainly certainly be be terror so i wanted to twenty kersey audience there to go to make sure you check out the audio versions of captain podcast. I did episodes great episodes About the hair Once again about skin bleaching skin lightening which is not just a black problem right. There are many asian groups Native american groups persons. Who are doing this type of thing so it's not in so it's not just That so there's a couple of comments here. And i talked to chris about this but he keeps doing it right. He's keeps trying to show these smarter than the host Doc does dr jones employ recommend md our movement desensitization reprocessing intriguing. Ptsd or other mental health maladies us. Look at us. I gotta go look for those words up. Chris super appreciate your question. I actually when. I was working at an agency in los angeles. There was a group that was within the clinic they did. Mdr for ptsd. and they. i. I never was trained in it so i don't really know kind of all the mechanisms associated with it. It does seem to have kind of been like a link to like hypnosis self-hypnosis as a way of helping reduce the impact of Severe anxiety disorders. And so i can't really say in my own experience what it has been wyche however There was a phase in my life where i was working In austin and i worked for a program called the family violence protection team in austin chalk guidance center and there was That team what they did was worked with on people that had severe trauma and my caseload at that time was all kids that it witnessed murder-suicide of their parents which is probably the worst trauma than anybody could imagine and You know because it's the people that love them but at the same time did one of the most horrible things you could imagine and there were folks. That had mdr's there. I saw the kids They worked with other from adult traumas and they were able to have successful outcomes using an dr with my work I wasn't using mdr. But the it points. If i couldn't stop the Re experiencing so one of the components of ptsd is that they People will have these episodes where the re-experience their trauma. If it's a single incident trauma and it basically comes down like a screen and they can't. Wha what the kids that. I was working with told me as you can't we can't move it. You can't look around it. you can't stop it. You just wait for it to go from the beginning to the end they re experience it pretty significantly. Some folks were recommend. Amd dr in that. So that you can break that pattern and reduce the frequency of that experiencing episode or figure out how to get control so that you can put the screen around or make the make it pop backups. So that you can see the world around but That is a meth method. I just am not Experienced in it. But i know that it does work. I don't know about kids right. Gotcha i gotcha So let's see. Lebanon says absolutely creating a safe space is key. That was the part where you talked about before. Show grease that These thirteen fourteen year olds. Terrorists just absolutely crazy crazy than chris You could say the question for later. Sorry cath tinged to blindside. You respect you too much do that. Okay all right. I don't know about that so so let's talk about the. How can one where. We're were raising Daughters nieces nephews. We're raising these terrorists From ten to thirteen or fourteen or seventeen and whenever whenever it ends So how do we recognize if they are dealing with low self esteem or str- struggling with some type of a mental problem issue. Whatever to be recognized that yeah. Yeah so i mean y'all know you you'll you'll see high levels of air ability Typically depression as adults. We typically see depression sadness and suicidal thoughts and you know very intense Low emotions but in us Irritability can be a hallmark as well in so this light rail low tolerance for frustration giving up really easily since of helplessness. Those are ways that depression can Shows up in you and You know when. You're middle. Schooler austin negative about things highschoolers to just have a negative perspective or only see The the worst outcome. If you've if you notice a pattern where they're like every day they come in they they you know when we're back in our school settings They described being day. And it's only the bad and you ask well. What was the highlight of your day. What was good about your day if they can't find that and it's continuing over days and weeks at a time. Then it's likely that they are experiencing symptoms of depression and or could be a depressive episode but it's you know we have a like a list of criteria and you have to have a certain number of them to really meet criteria. But it's it's important to be able to find the good in just about every situation if it's difficult to find it's because that's where your mind's eye is all the time and it and you have to kind of work your way out of it It can be the same about our own identities if we can't see anything positive body image is a major issue for especially for black girls. Because you know what do we see when we see on television. Now we're doing better like you walk into target stores out if you've ever noticed the ads are changing skin. Colors is changing imperfections in You know face and skin and all that is now becoming more prominent Which is i think rape for our gen z. Because they need to be able to see that you don't have to beat. Does bony stick figure to be considered beautiful. And you don't have to have light skin to be perceived as beautiful so yeah. I have been noticing that i saw one. That was a it was a. I don't even know what quite honestly to tell his black or white but all freckles all over his face and stuff so it was obviously some mixture of i. Don't i don't i don't even know but i but i but i appreciate it seeing it. Because obviously there was a kid out their kids out there who look like that and i think it's very important to for us to see representation is there. Is there a difference between depression and low self esteem is same thing or oh no no no. So yes so. I'm sorry if i kind of other folks want to be. I just want to clarify that. I mean it's good. It's all good now. Low self esteem is like one of the symptoms in depression and so by low self esteem by like just not feeling good about yourself is not a clinical disorder by any stretch of the imagination. It's actually normal for us to have phases where we just don't feel good about ourselves it is you don't want to always be perceiving that you don't have value and that nobody would notice whether if you're not at school or not you know don't go to work and nobody would notice that that actually is is a not positive place to be and so it's really the co the cluster of a bunch of things that make it clinical but feeling bad about yourself means that it's going to be hard to set long term goals. It's hard to get through day to day activities because if it's almost like like dragging something uphill like you're you know you're doing those intense workouts or something and you've got something really heavy on your back like firefighters do these tower. You know we're carrying a whole bunch of way. It's it's you have to work so much harder to achieve just plain old day today successes like going to school eating meals that you're supposed to getting exercise in just those things are. It's like three times the amount of work if you just don't feel like you're worth it so part of making sure that They can develop in a healthy way. We there certain things we need to feed in them so like everybody needs a basic sense of safety. Like you just have to feel like there's some place that you can go where you will not be harmed. You won't be judged you won't be physically harmed you know in that way. You gotta have that you got to have a sense of competence that you kind of know what to do when you're exposed to a situation that might be complex that you've you have enough familiarity with You know and judgment the epa judgment. You also have to have a sense of purpose you know. That's part of having good self. Esteem is knowing what you're here for what he would you have to contribute. What's unique or special about you. That that helps the world you know. Or what are you learning about yourself that you might be able to contribute to remember when we started talking in the beginning. And i said yeah when i was in high school i just felt like i wanted to be there for other people and listen to them. What i didn't share about that story was that I had an adult. Come to me and say Are you gino's like yo. And she said well. You know who i am now and she explained who she was and then she said i know you because i have my job. Here is to talk to kids when they're struggling with something and i hear your name a lot because everybody says they talk to you and i went. Oh because i thought it was in trouble but then when she said it and she said so. It's a heavy burden to carry everybody else's problems and so i just wanted to make myself available to you so that you can have somebody to go to because you're already there for everybody else. I don't know that woman's name. I don't know if she was a school psychologist. But i know that africa. I said that's what i wanna do. I wanna be that and so the ninth grade you know for somebody that took one adult in my life to show me what it was like. You know to to do what i thought i was passionate about and i believe that i could awesome awesome. That's a good start. It's a good story. Sometimes we don't know the the impact me make a you know somebody makes upon you you you know they say something Couple moore's co questions. People are gonna watch monday night football. I been scolded about that so Is there an increase in in low self esteem or depression now with people with kobe and all that kind of stuff being locked down amongst obviously teenage teenagers earn interest. Yes okay. So i am nash about the self esteem. Because i haven't been able to see any studies about that. But what i am seeing is the prevalence of depression is incredibly. It's it's magnified. The suicide rates are increasing. There's tons of stuff that are going badly And it's all tied to our 'isolation that we're we are a social people. Our intention is to be connected with others and connecting through screens is not working for everybody and that you know that physical connection like i'm making up little things when i when i see people like because i'm a hugger in farm mike going like this when i see him again hug them. But i'm going like this and you know it's it's it's hard and right now just for anybody who's thinking about this and if you're if you're feeling even more Sad and and like it's hard to kind of get yourself going. The reason for that is because what we know about big crises. Like this typically a crisis will hit and then around the six month mark is win things start to get back to normal but even before that sometimes it's like people can start to let move beyond it but this cova crisis is chronic. It hasn't gone away and we're hearing everything about in the winter that it's actually going to be potentially worse that we may have another wave because flu season and we're all going to be pushed indoors because the winter will be here so the realization that we're not going back to normal has created a state of disillusionment for most people and that disillusionment is hard to break through. It's hard to see the other side. It's hard to feel hopeful and positive and so everything that validates that were continuing in this it. It makes depression even more prevalent so some of the apps that people use to try in you know like like com app and do things to kind of relieving sidey it. I'm pushing every time. I see a good app. I'm like ooh try that one. You know to kind of get you to see the silver linings and to get yourself. Moving like physically moving is actually really really important when you're depression because You know it just it. The endorphins can kind of you know. Kick in and help the Serotonin levels that are that are just taking over. So yeah yeah. that's that's important. I listen. I got to have you back. I don't wanna keep you I don't know if you're a football fan or not but I really really appreciate you coming on the show. I really had a great conversation. I'd like to talk about. Sro's and their impact upon You know schools and what people think about them into kia made a good point about metal detectors and what's going on. Psychologically people see cops and all that in the schools and all that so i really want to have you back if you could just push your website if you have any books or papers or studies or anything going on and i got a little will everything. So where do i go to put. Played a probably type in chat in. I don't know if you can type but you can put in a private chat. Then i will copy paste and put it in the comments here so while you're doing that I encourage everyone. Listen guys on just remember. I am retired so please hit me up. then mo pay pal cash up paycheck h. p. a. t. r. e. n. Dot com could support the podcast. You know dollar and episode or whatever you can do five dollars a month. A really really would appreciate that. We all had to live in the poor house. or c. p. t. l. hunter cpt l. Hunter pay pal cash app. Then my thank you so much for all of that in here. Is your twitter in your website. A copy this put into the communists anyone who wants to get in contact with Dr janine can go their website. Dr janine. I'm saying this for the audio here dr janine jones. Dr g j. And i n. e. jones dot com or twitter at a doctor Janine jones twitter so so then go through facebook but regardless of the. Be on the screen here okay. So it's on here. Yeah so it's been unscreened So thank you so much. I know you're you're really really busy lady like i said i'd like to have you back. I really really appreciate everyone coming on the show to so much more. I want to ask you about But we'll save for another time. The episode Rome wasn't built in a day. And i really appreciate coming on Parting words For cross now. Thanks for having me. I appreciate the conversation and make new friends. Absolutely all right ladies gentlemen. Thank you so much. Kristen's a kia. In the vonda. And lauren and marlene and everyone else. Who joined in. Who i didn't see or or couldn't see or whatever khaliq. Kalisa that's patrick at everyone else thank you so much. I will talk to guys much love. Mp's take care.

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The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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Sister O'dell, COVID Vaccine, Daniel Cameron, PETA and more.

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I'm so far from being a preacher man. I can't even tell you. But what i am trying to share information now understand hate work and understand how the devil one believe me i do. You know sometimes even heat. The devil surprises me at the level and angles of attack. They use you know which i go. Wow man i didn't. I didn't see that one was pretty. Slick i credible now. We tried to get me but every time you try to get me i get saved. I guess saved every term. Because because god got me god got some angels camped around me. Yes what my mom used to always says. Sunday school teacher never really understood it. But you know when i was growing up as a key but i got it. Now you've got some angels around me and angels coming form sometimes of people people who pull your coat to this introduce you to that a reveal some information to you like this. He got them all around so see. Having a relationship with god was been beneficial to me. Y'all is not just that what he gives to me but what he protects me from and you know some some people wanna well have you god why he let him people do that to you now. That's not how it works. See there's two forces in this world as good as evil and if you succumb to good that's what you'd become. That's what you do but everybody don't succumb to good. Some people succumb to evil. Some people's mission is to hate to destroy to head out and so that forces at work in this world to and when force comes up against me what. God never promised me that. I wouldn't see none of that that i wouldn't see the attacks that i would not come under fire that i would not be falsely accused. He didn't say that. Matter of fact he warned me that it would happen but what he does give me in those moments a moment of comfort and peace knowing that he's with me and no matter what my enemy does to bring me down. It ain't gonna work. It ain't gonna work so come if you want to fight if you will. I have a man that has been attacking me since. I own comedy. Club in dallas. He has been on a mission. And then if i don't give him five million dollars he gonna do. It had done everything. He has done everything night. A mess around and got itself now claiming in his lettuce physically ill and his illnesses and what's befallen his family. He's blaming that. On me to has steve harvey not stress. Me on payment is money. He owed me we. Will you come in with this. He just has kept on and on and on and you know what he got himself sick. He'd have messed around. Man got himself a situation and can tell you some. It's been going on since night team. maybe ninety seven. He started the attack on our. I went on now before that. Probably ninety five. He started the attacks in ninety five every now and then he got six lawyers. All the lawyers didn't drop the case after they come in and they discover the fact but he steadied trying. But it's two major around and four warned several times man a man if i was you go ahead because what i'm not going to do is be because you cannot break me because i happen to be a soldier for christ i happen to be imperfect soldier for christ as nothing as nothing an eight like a bunch of people and try now. Oh you ought on youtube. y'all been on internet. All data try owed eight and put some dirt on me man. That ain't true but if you keep looking at me though and i am not the prize but you put your eyes on god is where you go but if you look at me he's covered me through it all and that's been the importance of the relationship. Bob forum with dr is that i know that i'm under his wings. I'm ever his ever loving protection that he got me. And i just wanted to share that with you that if you got if you looking for some protection if you looking for a way to have the strength to get through what you're going through get some god if if if you wanna weigh out get some god man. 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We won't blesses we'll give him nothing to bless you make one step. He'll make two you start. he'll finish you come. he'll go you dream it. He'll build you started. He'll finish so you see you try and everything your way. I'm gonna go to court compensates with a man sitting just call me man and was just talked about but steve you know man i just do been only twenty three hundred dollar for four years. I just asked him. Have you survived folk without twenty three hundred yale man. How much you think you spent trying to get to twenty three hundred. Just a few hundred. Now let me ask you some. Do you have a few hundred mode to try to get this twenty three hundred that you've been trying to get for four years. Yeah i could do that but do you. Won't to man. Do you have time to dedicate fomo a yo years to try to get twenty three hundred. But steve amount of work right not fellow some hard times. I used that money. And i've been praying god to help me. You've been praying to god to help you. 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While i'm a out in los angeles i can do only one day but once i get back to. Atlanta is two days You have to wake up empty stomach one hour cardio then waits okay. One hour cardia wage in you on the special eating program you just eat six meals a day take exactly what that night one hour cardio and weights okay. You can do this or you work today. So what is you're trying to get like five. Yeah that's what it sounds like to me nerve finer. Oh that out there for you get. He's nervous to work in cases program fail. I'm not gonna fall all the way off alway. All nakimora is you're looking for. I got all right. Thank you dr right. Forgive me straight right coming up at thirty two minutes after the hour. She is here sister odell in the building right after this. You're listening to morning show. It is woman crush wednesday fifth. Your own dell is in the building and I treated you Hey oh and the law Has a always gets to the sound throws the holy spirit into you can hold a note on hold anything unholy the secret to seekers doing. Hey houston be black history or if my mouth me into. They're not a fact. let's go. i'm even to tell. Some of the secrets held up. What you want to know. Douglass frederick frederick douglass. Had skin slept with girl. You heard me frederick. Douglass abolitionist with her. Get that far from his his his dad who was indian that to one after one morning he woke up and our head he'd have poof. Just throw i put kinky is hair girl. Tammy now the block of ice marcus. Garvey marcus garvey. Was you know he was little wearisome. He had different spirit. I couldn't you know he's all of this going back to after the head. No nobody over there so we kept talking about these here looking at mall. Hey mawkish we need back to africa. We need just get a place up north somewhere. I got ticket money for all. I heard nobody ticket back over. There is one ways. I don't know where you start a travel agency or what you're trying to. I got go go net turn. That was my main dow. Now talk about what you know. He was always leaving at night and he kept coming back with blood on him and stuff and were going. What are you doing. And he has said he will call it Just killing chickens. I was curious. 'cause i was go away as the leads and stuff we can have. Children fry open meeting. Never had no net would get he would mad and white folks. No so that stayed mad at white folks. I remember when they finally caught up with old sad. Lois sad day but he was a hero known. You know yes ma'am turns is man. Yeah i used to call in fact tournament. Why why why did ain't should be off. Ancient jewish free. Yes ma'am i learned. My i told you. I keep secret. Who what a anything. Yeah well. I wanted to ask you about this last week. And then we're gonna talk about love because this is coming up valentine's day and everything but there's going to be a movie out about mahalia jackson and i just wanted to know sister odell if you knew her and you know if you if if you knew anything about it actually called me to ask me that i wanna play home that now ask you to play one of the white people that was in the room said i was not on key saying i'm climbing up a row sad. The mount. see what why people don't stay note if they're mostly behind he'll luma hear me and we. You got in a little. Tit for tat. One time bill you know. Did she saw james cleveland talkative to me. One time that she got a little side at a screen a good day. That was my sound here by the. Hey big old doll man. No jesus oh to change aims so dog. Please come coming room and we need more as well. Just let me move on. I'll tell you want the law. He kick ass. Don't ha all right. So like i said it is february. Go and start talking about that. Yes ma'am go ahead. Can you saw little white. People stole him in the capital. Our the walls and everything your thoughts on. I just went in and started making popcorn corn. Tv moment to me white folks show don't know how to protest protest today go to prison falling that stupid as man. He had the white house at work. And you listen to him. Dumb down to the capital was his on. Before you go sister. Just give it some love tips. you know. It's the romantic mom. We're love to learn to one you wit. Hey man this one you wit she. Too many people get caught a lot of one on you right. Louie as you run that break back. You're listening to be morning. Show coming up at the top of the hour miss and standing by with weather and national news plus an entertainment news plies with his new teeth if getting ready to get his covid vaccine and riana girl re re is slamming kentucky attorney general. Daniel cameron's black history month social media posts. We'll talk about all of these stories at the top of the hour but right now junior is here in for the nephew with run that prank. Back what you got for. Its junior well. Charlie today to prank running back is we need you to be a slave. Oh my lord. Lord lack history month again. We me unit via sleigh running cat. Hello hello. I'm trying to reach a Miss glenda believe she's thinking i'm going. This is gary gary. I'm with the Black history okay you you. You participated last year in the in the black history parade. I am i right. Okay i got you name from one of the members on the committee and we're trying to see if you can actually be of help for this year is black history For this month will be glad to help. Okay listen We're having auction tomorrow and wanted to see if you actually maybe be of some help with auction that we actually have gone on tomorrow. Yes do i need to donate anything or but now that you know really trying to get a donation from time. Which honestly if you have some time tomorrow to come out and actually help out with the actual auction okay. What time tomorrow. I like about nine o'clock in the morning. i can do that. Okay now we asking that you wear something that you'll be comfortable in day tomorrow possible. Okay okay pretty much all day event that we're trying to get you to do. I can be there around nine. But i have to leave about four well. I'll tell you what we'll see what we can how we can work it out but we we definitely want you to come and be a part where we doing. So what is it that you really need to do. Well actually you know we we. We got a lot of people doing different things at the You know at the auction you know so we want you to come out and be of some help with everything that's going on. Okay well. I want to be prepared. So what exactly do i need to do work the concession stand something like that really what we is. Actually you being part of the auction of being a part of auction such as well. What we're doing tomorrow is we have already. We already have fifty people who signed up and you would be you know One of those people that are that are signed up to do the actual What he was is we're having slaves for day and what we're going to be doing this auctioning off and somebody's going buy you tamar and you'll be safe. Yeah you'll beat a slave for the day. That's what that's what we've decided to do black history. We decided i didn't mean i i don't i want to participate but being a slave no okay but see what what i want you to understand that. This is a word that calls though you know where they call. But i'm not gonna be no plate. What would you. you don't have to call it a slave. I mean a servant. You know a butler you know what i mean when you wanna call it. I'm just saying damn thing. No angle slate okay. Okay ma'am ma'am ms ms going to what. I'm trying to explain to you. This is a word that call for the blackhawks. And we're trying to get you to be there. Somebody may by you for five hundred dollars tomorrow. No i'm not gonna do it. Okay are you are you. Are you turn down for worthy calls me. Glenn yes. I am turning you down. Don't call me that kind of no more. I mean. I don't understand what the problem me look you know. Sometimes we got to repeat history so we don't go back to the history. Sometimes we got to do it again so we don't go back to what you but it is. It seemed like you acting like a house. Negro something like to grow house negro. Who is the chairman of this shoes. Me the chairman. Last time i spoke with mr wilson and we didn't have no like this. Okay i understand that. But what i'm trying to explain to you. This is something that everyone wants you to explain to me. Do not call me with this kind of again. Are you going to show up tomorrow and sale you. You understand me show tomorrow so we can fail you. We already have your. Don't say i mean we have to be sold tomorrow sale. Yo we've got you listed to be sold tomorrow. Ma'am can we please me to be so and not call again. If you don't show up tomorrow then we will come to your house and sale you there. We got to make michael. If you want to listen. I will come there to sell. You not gonna come out to the auction. Come to my house you bet. Come onto my mouth okay. I'd say you know what i need you to do. You need to start saying yes sir. No sir to me right now. Okay in the in the frame of mind today okay. I didn't hear what you see care. My black i come into your house tomorrow. And i'm sell you front of your house if you come down to the auction tomorrow morning. At nine o'clock you bet not bring do you better not. Do you understand me a for civil rights. I don't have time for no like that. And we got a black man for president. You got a black man for that but right now we're trying to raise some letter for black history and we need to sell you the ma on you say you're not going to see you know. Come on how snow do you wonder fan that call. I understand exactly what you're saying. Can i tell you something else who else going to be sold in my town. Now don't tell me. I i got one more thing i do need to tell you. What is it isn't if you tommy. From the steve. Harvey morning show. You just got pranked by yourself. Do not sister muscles as lead it. I'll go get a. I can't believe it's right all right so crazy. I can't believe is i'm go. We'll those that you were going to get so no way No no no auction block. No no way has been there. I've been at the city. The marches have done some everything. Well i tell you what ms glenn when people you. We probably wouldn't be where we are today. That's right we showed thank you. we shall thank. I just wanted to play a joke going. Did i get you. Yes you did indeed it i i got one more. I got one more thing to ask you. What is what is the bad. The bad is radio. Show in the land. The steve harvey morning show with the nephew. We okay love you too date is we need you to be a slave man. That's like i. I wish i really do wish somebody would call me with something like that as i say things with us i do. I wish somebody would call me with that. And and y'all just catch it on tape now probably going to be the right but i wish. Try not try word. Hey mr harvey hello. Miss mr harvey. Hello hey how you doing. My name's todd spanish schmuck. We liked it understand us. Say yes you you. You sound white yes i just want to ask you a question Black ish amount bridges mishear. We can just pay you a little bit of money for you to be a slave for day time. Yeah eliminates cup of course first of all. What do you live. Todd in your neighborhood around the corner where a pump. Just giving address song come around. There was some entertainment in national news. Right after this. You're listening to morning. Show your friend struggling. Remember you don't have to be there to be there. You could say how you get you get asked at driffield works for you to chat on the game. Kickoff your flip flops. You can ask your couch while you're bench. Reach out to a friend about their mental health. Learn how you can help it. Sees the awkward dot org brought to you by the ad council american foundation for suicide prevention the jed foundation in today's entertainment news hip hop artists. Plies says he's ready to give the covid vaccine is ready to get it. A s a p. His logic is pretty simple and he tweeted. I put things in my body every day. I don't know where it came from. If i trusted the weed. Man who. I didn't know ate food from the truck outside the club and drink hennessy. And red bull and survived. I should be straight thank you. Yeah you know. Sometimes who'd logic work is it just works man. i'm in i'm really technically. I'm waiting because i kate. Hey you to stuff abc ingested on purpose or or just metres from the doctor period. Some of the food you you each you out of line. I'm taking. I don't even know what to nutritional value. Es which is it's not lean it don't look like proteins. Don't strike me as a veggie. He doesn't come across dr man. I don't even know what food group as me. i already know what food groupie. So you're with flies all right. All right With this new teeth new attitude right yeah all right and other entertainment news steve honest in a message that pretty much that happy black history month to everyone but kentucky attorney general daniel cameron called out cameron and his response to his video tweets celebrating black history month. He said today marks the first day of black history month this month. Let's take time to remember. And celebrate the contributions of black men and women have made to our commonwealth and to our nation well riana replied to the kentucky attorney. General tweet to remind him how he failed. Brianna taylor by simply re tweeting with the message. The caption sup in word. Sup in word. Hashtag justice for briana taylor. A guy's name daniel cameron. I wanna ask daniel camera direct question. Did you get permission from white folks to do tweet. Did you get permission from the republican party to say this. Did you get permission from Who supports him as it. Lindsey graham mitch mcconnell mitch. Mcconnell do did mitch mcconnell tale you. You could say something about black history. You're s best to get in line man. You was in line with what they wanted by acquitting all those police officers because you cannot possibly have heard the story and knew the facts as we all heard in new it as a black person and come to the conclusion. You came to look ahead. He knew everything without following the guidelines of your party and your mental. And you know what they starting to kill me with. Dad's a step stat out. More white people are killed by police in black people true statement. Do you know what you don't know about that statement is we're talking about keeled. Widely choked shot in the back shot for no reason. Wow talking on the phone. I'm using long ago knocking on the door. Air senior. damn don't that's how we don't yeah. Ice cream lane in a yet misanthrope. Very much everybody in good morning the. Us senate voted fifty six to forty three yesterday to confirm alejandro york us to be the new head of homeland security in light of what happened january sixth. He made a promise. We'll do everything. I can to ensure that the tragic loss of life the assault on law enforcement the desecration of the building that stands as one of the three pillars of our democracy. The terror that you felt your colleagues staff and everyone present will not happen again. You are is a former federal prosecutor and he becomes the first latino and also the first immigrant to lead the department. Meanwhile president biden sign a series of executive orders yesterday aimed at reversing some of the hard line immigration measures put in place by the last administration that includes putting a task force together whose job it is going to reunite. Children separated from their parents. After crossing the border that seems really herculean task to find the parents and the children together. But they're going to have put something together to try to do that and reunite these families down. Trump's brand new impeachment legal team is now denying that the ex-president by the way had anything to do with last month's riot in their papers filed by yesterday's noonday deadline. Attorneys argue that the whole idea of an impeachment trial for a former president is unconstitutional. Houses impeachment manages their argument is that they say that the trump excuse me bears unmistakable responsibility for inciting the attack against the congress which left five people dead including a dc. Police officer named brian sick nick and their brief goes on to say that it is impossible to imagine. The events of january six occurring without president trump creating a powder keg striking a match and seeking personal advantage from the ensuing habit house. Managers say that trump should be convicted and barred from polling any future federal law office by the way supreme court. Justice clarence thomas his wife. Judy just wanna put this send went on social media january six expressing her love for the rowdy pro-trump crowd district that police officers sick nick. His body by the way has been lying in honor beneath the capitol buildings historic rotunda since last night members of the congress to officially pay their respects letters today the president and biden and his wife went last night to pay their personal respects. A website set up brian. Sick knicks memory includes members from friends and colleagues former officer. Jason soc mill. Who trained with him. He's been one of those people in law enforcement who are not in there for power. And they're not in there for any other alterior motive. He never wanted to hurt anyone and was very careful about that in training as well that he wasn't overly aggressive but Very much the kind of police officer. That's every officer. Should aspire to be on all today to be buried at arlington national cemetery. Now back to the steve harvey morning show. You're listening to morning show in trending animal news. The people for the ethical treatment of animals are added again. Pita is asking people to stop using language that denigrates or insult animals. Like filthy pig or dirty rat or using derogatory definitions of snakes and dogs. Another example of this is when someone calls you a chicken for being a coward. Are you freaking kidding beating day. Some peter we not removing animal names to describe nothing odd. You stink like skunks. That's how you got your ass as big as cow. That's what you are a house a bit. You know so we. We not change in that. Pita all we got. We gonna stop using this. I'm not going to stop a damn fact. Matter of fact. I just bought brand new pair. Allegations shoes cokie matching. Don't give a damn. Do alligators killed kids. Akio alligators even kill the alligators. But yeah you have their support to kill alex. Fps got a problem with that want to do. He didn't need to go to stop all this here. Hey man when it comes to black lives. yeah. I don't want hear them but but now see that h. o. Call y'all's is animal lives matter. Well dammit i eat and we love animals to is not that we don't want. I love chickens within walking around go. We don't eat dogs. no but everything else did hannibal. You can't be you can't be a family pet good aspects of hal's gust to go there saying instead of using the word rat pita suggests you use the word snitch saying somebody's a rat the rat for i got one for you peter instead of using the word read how about like forefathers using the word thief. Let's go with offers abby black history. Yeah you'll use animal names. No if you only use words like oh what do they call. A somebody desa. they're down. Yeah you adul- wants to do it in a kentucky is named daniel cameron you. Daniel cameron you dirty daniel cameras. Let's go back. I if you're gonna let us call it what it is. Let's call a spade of spain. We've viewpoint coming up at thirty four minutes after the hour. Ceelo right after this. You're listening to to morning. Show time now for a quick round of. Ask the co chief. Love officer steve harvey in the building. Are you ready sir. Here we go. I know you are. this is from hunting in chicago. Hey honey chicago honey. Says i finally met a very handsome man that is my age and he has great conversation. The only problem. I have with him is that he curses in every sentence la. He's called me bra a few times and i reminded him what my name is. I've been to his house and meds eight year old son and he curses around him. Too and affectionately calls them little inward. I know you brag about being a good customer. But i also know you don't do it all the time. How can i get him to be more respectful in my presence with a good one. I liked that one. Excuse me to be a little bit. Honest yeah come on. I do because most of the time most at all i have referred to my grandchildren that way too and i have been reprimanded by my wife. She told me paint. Call them network. Try to bring them all into where i am. You know but I don't think there's good for the kids at that age. I don't think you should do that. Four but when they buy t. And i think it's okay. I don't really have a good answer for her about this. Cussing out if you've got a good man just going to good man ask him to just be a little bit more respectful which you around the language and just remind him of it but that's all but don't throw him out the window causing a lot of good people. 'cause she didn't say was good. She said he was very handsome. That is her age and he is great conversation well in conversation. Any cussing obviously messages coming through to cuss conversation. Hit you all right. I don't know what the answer to that one is. Just he's very handsome. Man your age. Great compensation but it costs a lot. He cost so what but she doesn't like it. Okay you know. what ain't nobody finish. Check off all the blocks okay. No one's perfect. No nobody checks all the blocks if customers all he doing. That's all it is. You can fix that work with him with it all right all right. We'll don't get all why you will tighten up he. Calm yourself down. T monique in fort. Fort hood thirty year old single mother and my my son thinks he's the man of the house since his dad left us a year ago. I've started dating again and hanging with my girls recently. My girls and i did the bus to challenge. And the silhouette challenge on tiktok and i posted videos on instagram. My son is twelve. And i don't allow him to be on social media yet but his dad's showed them my page and said terrible things about me now. My son thinks i'm a thought. His dad has a big influence on him. How can i fix this. She said she's thirty. She's she's twelve so she had a mid eighteen right. Okay you do have to watch what you do as a mother. I mean you. Somebody's mother. I mean at one point in time. I think everybody who's ever had a child will admit to you that the moment they had to change everything in they life. Yeah and monica on the bus and challenge. Her son tells her you ain't nothing you. Somebody's mouth bodies singer. Monica come on. How can you not expect this boy to feel the heat twelve. He go to school his mom online doing the bus challeges. You ain't into bus challenge right you. Somebody's momma that's right and if it's embarrassing i mean i know the challenge is a fun and you know you wanna be young. Fresh not all but at the challenges are going to embarrass you or your child to all the challenges for you and dad and his dad is the one that showed it to him and now his son because of what his dad is wrong for that very wrong very wrong out out of order. But but but you can't show him that they're right and so wrong on so many levels Yeah they need to fix their relationship and how they're raising your son. You're absolutely right and dad saying terrible things about your son's mother. All right steve. Wow pasta told me. I couldn't do none of them challenges to sit down without her coming up next junior in for the nephew with today. Frank phone call right after this. You're listening to morning. Show coming up at the top of the hour about four minutes after. It's my strawberry letter for today. The subject somebody's gotta break the news to her Right now we'll get into that in a minute right now. Junior is in for the nephew. Today's prank phone call. What you got for junior yes. Surely today's prank phone call is number. Two's need valentine's to. I know what number two need ballantine's to this is true low. I'm trying to speak with Mr andre he's actually not here right now. I think a message for yes. My name is zach. And i'm calling from the The seasons hotel and on following up and trying to make sure we got you guys straight for thursday. We have you all scheduled on thursday for our junior sweet and we have champagne at already been ordered and i just wanted to follow up and make sure you guys wanted any other amenities in the room. We definitely have you got scheduled for lunch at noon. And the couple's spa treatment is at as at four. I'm filing up. I'm kind of like your Concierge and i wanna make sure that If you guys need anything we can get you taken care of. you think. Wait wait you say your name. Zack from where. I'm zac man from the seasons hotel and calling about you guys Reservation that you have here to hotel on lights on thursday. What do you guys. I don't have reservation there so you sent. Andre has a reservation their own february thirteenth in a sweet and launching a couples massage. Who's a couple. i'm not. I don't know anything about this. I'm his wife. I can i can i can i i don. I'm sorry what's your name ma'am gascony. Okay toss pot so you're calling from the seasons because my husband andre has a reservation for the evening starting with you saying like lunch and a couple of inside a couples massage the day before that. Okay hold on can i. Can i get you hold on for a second. I can't believe i'm sorry that was named meant for you. Oh my i'm i'm gonna be. Can i get you to hold on for a second. Yeah yeah oh my god. Oh my god. I'll be right back. Okay miss destiny. Yes stand oh i how gonna cancer that room. Okay cancelling the lunch with linda couples spot treatment. Anything that just booked under his name. I would like to cancel it at this point in time. But i'm not i'm not. I'm not allowed to cancel. Only the person that has made the reservation cancel. I just can't. I don't if you don't mind me. I don't normally get personal. How long have you guys been married man. We have been married for years and we have two children together. So what is this the day before. Valentine's is jump off day or something like that. Oh my god thank you for the call. I can't even. Oh my god. He told me that to go out of town for work thursday morning. He wouldn't be back a friday afternoon. Okay let me ask you something. Let me let me ask you something. That's detonate he. I mean you're going to see him on the fourteenth aged seriously. Are you kidding me right now. I mean i was trying to look at. You're right now you're about. My husband is bringing some trip to the sea. The seasons he must like oh my god. Oh my god. Don't ask me no. They should like that. About 'em i'm going to see him on the fourteenth. Don't even ask me dumb like that. Y'all that y'all see him aboard teeth and stuff. Y'all won't be looking his. Because i'm about to get in that for sure if he crazy. Oh oh my god as doesn't if you don't mind down saying stupid zach okay because i'm really on the edge right now. I'm just playing devil's advocate here. Don't number twos need. Love to come back this. She seat in hong callback callback. What did you hang up. We want you you damn why you are professional. I can't believe it you cost here the on the ball. Excuse me some outrageous about my husband cheated nine me hit a knowledge you. I'm not to go where. I wanna come down there and look and you turn around and ask me like don't don't remember to. You gotta hope. I don't run into you. Okay if you see and black when we come your way know that it is me. I'm coming of your. Don't ask me like my husband out here cheating on me. We got kids sh. Okay okay let me ask you some angels sister. Leticia assist wait. What did you think that look. We're my husband. No no. I'm not saying that at all but we can't the you know my sister of clean who you do. Do you have to know who i am. 'cause i wanna make i'm looking away when you come down here. Look for me. Look for tommy nephew. Tommy for steve. Harvey morning show. Yo susta latrice. You got me to prank phone. Call yield you very much intact. Pay today take you tell me you're dad's okay. Go get hurt. i'll go get her a deli. I with the. It's as bad. The minute i was i was fired up and ready to go. Look somebody that you know. What was the right. go up. You know what affects you. Go you gotta let me know what is the bad is it. I mean the bad is radio show in the land. He's hiding mornings hell and it's crazy. Sammy wow here's what i think. Tommy goan take it off. You know he gonna take it off to hook right. He let the people off the hook but somebody mad tomasson well and they just conjure up the feeling they hey during the break and they don't forget about the prank part they're they're gonna tom. He won't call me and told me oh he thought it was funny. How high he he hail. And i think i really do think man and jumped on. I want him to. I can't doodo show no you s. c. I told him when he was young. I tommy so. I'm not going to beat you ass when i was right time. You hold out but you know but you know when you play basketball and football and baseball with all the dues will be in that. I now fall. No 'cause you know we'll go. He's so he's so cute dues. Don't feel that way so tom would take advantage of that. He would get people's face sometime you know. 'cause he was lured he wouldn't have. I can't tell you how i had to go. Pull somebody off tommy and get into fight for him especially found out how he was thirty nine. Y'all hey y'all tributary eighteen. I team thank you guys coming neck strawberry letter. Somebody's gotta break the news her. We'll get into up right after this. You're listening steve harvey morning show all right time now for today's strawberry letter and listen if you need advice on relationships dating works sex parenting and more please baby. Please submit your strawberry letter to steve harvey f. m. dot com and click submit strawberry letter. We could be reading your letter live on the air just like we're going to read this one right here right. Now are later gentlemen. It's time for the strawberry letter. My good friend shirley we might be good friends. But you don't tell me everything talk yesterday. You know all right love. You love you junior subject. Somebody's gotta break the news to her there. Stephen shirley i'm a forty one year old woman knitting advice on how to deal with my thirty nine year. Old friend. as you all know very well we've all been dealing with and being isolated in quarantine and while my friend was in lockdown. She decided she wants to be a pop star. She's got laid off from work so she's got a lot of free time and she says it's time to pursue her dreams. She's a bit too old to be just starting out but no one can tell her anything. She said she saw share madonna and tina turner performing into their sixties and seventies. So there's hope for her at age thirty eight. She hasn't thirty eight or thirty nine. Okay i'll say thirty thirty she. She hasn't had voice lessons and doesn't plan to take any because she and because she can use auto tune and creative editing to sound like a superstar. I don't wanna be a dream killer. Sounds terrible and she's not a great dancer. I held my tongue if the idea of her realistically thinking she'll be making videos. But i feel like i shouldn't give her false hope either. She is so sweet and a good mother of her two girls but she will never be a performer. Let alone a famous one at age. Thirty eight thirty. Nine sheets been posting videos of herself singing and dancing and instagram reels and youtube. She writes her own songs and the lyrics are nasty because she says that's what sells now the common terrible and hurtful but she she just wants but she just says they're haters and can't steal her joy. Her husband wants to virtual intervention with her. But i don't think teaming up on her way to go. Her daughters very embarrassed but they support her. Do you think she has a chance. I need your honest opinions. I mean who knows okay whether she has a chance or not. It's highly unlikely. I'll be truthful with you but i do believe that anything is possible but anything is possible. If you have some sort of talent you gotta have a little bit of talent and good talent at that if you wanna stay or friend though i say. Tell her the truth like you've been doing. Don't hold your tongue if she ask you. Tell her the truth if she does and just let her be her. I mean you're right about everything you've said she's older just starting out at thirty eight. I mean tina turner cher madonna. Yeah they've performed in their sixties but they were famous in their twenties. Okay so they've just had a long career. They didn't just jump in at sixty so auto tune. You know that it's not for everyone. You gotta have something to to give auto tuned to play with and make better and singing and dancing lessons. That would be good. Why don't you encourage her to do some thing dancing lessons. She doesn't want to do that. But you're right you just. Can't you know kill dream. She'll be mad at chew she'll be mad at you. Her husband doesn't like it. Her daughters are embarrassed. Maybe that's what you're going to have to do as a team get together and tell her because if you tell her she'll be mad if her husband tells her oh lord they might get a divorce but as a team daughters husbands you sit down and tell her you know maybe letter. Just do it for fun. Karaoke steve. Somebody's got to break the news to her. I'm assuming that's why you wrote me. I am here to break the news to her. Let's start y usually never do. Let's start with last line of the letter. Do you think she has a chance. I need honest opinion coup. Do i think she has a chance. He'll know i knew it now. Ain't got a shot. Hey shit got a snowball's chance in arizona in the afternoon or one hundred twenty degree weather. How how first of all she wanted to be a pop star was how does she come to this. You gotta thirty nine year old friend and we are by the quarantine. Cool team was robbed. We all got it. But while she was in lockdown she decided she wanted to be a pop star. Made a pop star in how many years off. I don't remember the last pop star. We've made that name is outdated. Her dream is outdated pop star lady. When i come back okay here we go see once you got laid off from work and you have free time to pursue your dreams. Where'd you start having this dream. You already thirty identified a high. No old pop star and thirty eight is all for popstar. Shelly said it right. You my share. Madonna tina turner. They was performance early in life. Do this a new new day now. We got instagram every day. Behind your own hands. You don't wanna you don't wanna take no singing and dance lessons. What the hell do popstars do. They take singing dancing saying day. Wanna do come training all right. We'll have part two of your response your lovely respond at twenty three minutes after the hour subject. Somebody's got to break the news tour. We'll be back right after this. You're listening to morning show. Come on steve. Let's recap today's strawberry letter the subject. Somebody's got to break the news to her lady. You know she forty-one she got his girlfriend is thirty nine. she'd been corn team. So why she's in quarantine. She decided she won't be a pop star. She got laid off from work so she got a lot of free time. And she finally said it's time to pursue her dream and so what dreams was. Be a pop star lady. Thanks she's to oh to just start out by telling her she says she saw shamma donald tina turner performance in sixties and seventies. So there's hope for her performing in the sixties and seventies they didn't start in a sixty or seventy and i'm just going to you something you know somebody gotta break it to. Steve is here for the question is do you think she has a chance. That was the last line and the answer my answer inhale know when you're seeing higher old asks popstars thirty eight and come out with nothing. I ball exception audio. People been quit going to the stole bind still. That's just going way. Stay out to sixty clue. 'cause i don't even i i just found out record stores was close so i can hear. Well ain't been no dan record store and really don't know how to download much nothing. Know how so you an age and then us as you know she. She hasn't had voice lessons and don't plan to take him because she said she can use auto tune in creative editing. To sound like a superstar. Are you familiar with milliman vanilli. Just just try to throw some stuff out there. you know. you're going to order tune so you can sound like a superstar. Can i tell you something that i've learned about being what people think of. As a star stars made in recordings stars made on stage. You will not be a straw into people are repeatedly to pay to see you live because see you live and find out what you was on. That record. you'll stardom is open now. You can't sing dance and you don't want to take no lessons. 'cause you can use auto tunes and creative editing to sound like a superstar superstar sing and dance. Yeah now i ask you did you know. Are you familiar with this woman. I don't know if you've heard her not beyond say i'm sure she is. Who is like the biggest star in the world today. There's not a bigger star in music today then beyond saying to. I don't know rica started her. In musing right. I really don't know some legends. Steel out there doing it. Ron is brothers. you know mo- joy from music but but beyond say he's a star is anything of bounce. You thing about you beyond say ish steve which is talking to the lady now not afri in that. Wrote the letter ask her. is she familiar with fiance. Ask her anything about her. Beyond say each Okay steve let me ask you this. You used to host the apollo. For many many years. She'll be naked. What what does that mean. They boo people. Close off going off the damn thing at the apollo one thing about the apollo. We didn't have the money follow to hit. Nothing came to rehearsal. We told you what. Joe minute forty five to minister going to be like. We got to hook in the song real quick. We did thing we had a cold is bad. Frank was the van leading near rachel. Was the band leader. They had to cold band. You ask come out there. You have eight seconds to convince these people that your way as deputy spending and they hear real good they laura here real good and they. They've seen the best of the best and have him out. They got talent. The audience is made up of people with ten. Who just couldn't get on at night and here your yeah. They already upset. Eight seconds of your voice opens not the intro to the song they listened to your voice eight seconds and they pass judgment right around man. They start at nine. You're saying don't take long now. There might hanging lou bit which you collect. Here's most famous whitney song. He five shoes a but everybody can sing. That part the king and i who surely the look on your face shock that people hale put a boeing starts larvae owners later. Go sit down somewhere to buy tickets to see her own. Damn stop the family and her husband. man thank you steve. Coming up junior and sports talk right after this. You're listening to morning show right. Come on junior. He is here with sports. Talk what you got junior. Say i just to say hey. We started six. Just y'all y'all y'all don't have memories of hot as you go all the time aber nine o'clock. Hey yeah he's been sleep problems. Hey hey this pandemic just stuff take its toll on me so i just what you've been only one. Yeah mentally as just a light on me. Okay its own you mentioned okay and so what does that mean so you can't come to work. Short people have low pressure on. He's not yeah. What is is it grabbed was gonna graham pressure down now. I mean y'all don't go through a few withdrawals. Doing i mean we going through this as mart was this one day and i and i haven't i haven't missed a day all year. We only what what you not gun coming here. Late and live january january right. Hey no all january. This call work a metal biala january. This call work. Okay you'll get a parade for being. Yeah all january. February junior international says super bowl. Sunday sports after being doing pranks for you start. Come in hey be at franks appreciate. I'm going. I'm going through going through. Tell us what's your fam- come okay. I'm gonna tell you what it is. I think the sean going to leave. And it's just an semi in the sun. Sean i just really set me go so so why you need today to find out that the shawn watson deters junior dc. Sports related. stupid ass thing shawn watson watson. Don't even know you know middle saying what it's doing to meet that he probably takes you. What is your crying. Stay with harvey morning. Show coming up at the top of the hour. We'll be back. You're listening to morning show. we'll play most. We become a monster. in order to catch from. Iheartradio comes a mind. Bending new original sci-fi thriller tomorrow's monsters. It's a safe application with one very simple benefit. You never have to sleep again starring. John boyega when he began self experimenting with his own mind apps. It changed him. And something else has taken over. And darren criss. We don't do what we do simply because we love you man. We did test the weakness in them from iheartradio flint pitcher company psycho pictures and upper room. Productions starring marley. Shilton clark greg and saad gaucho. Tomorrow's monsters coming february ninth to the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Here's exposure one reading all right. Tell me i know you just got here but you did have a question. You wanted to ask your uncle. Yeah on reading up on stuff. So you know when it's available for me to be able to take this. I read upshur is one. It's available for me to take vaccination very little it down there have wrote so i'm just i'm just curious. Why is it that like a marine up. i want to take this back to nascent. What i'm reading that. Blacks and hispanics don't wanna take and i can't wait for them to call my name to give me the opportunity to take it but you know. I talked to a doctor. And he told me to the whole hispanic community in the black community. Shine away from and don't want to take it at all. You know something man. I i've been thinking about this and for me is sort of a thing. i think. Blacks lot of blacks and a lot of latinos. I'm not speaking fall. A lot of blacks and latinos have natural suspicions about this government. Because i mean let's let's admit now. This government has played us on so many things and don't some horrific things that's well documented. So are we as a people. We have a suspicion especially for anything that comes in government this government from day. One has not been kind to us. So i mean you know they. They slavery was an excellent idea to do it. It was just an excellent idea and it was such an excellent idea that lasted for four hundred years. The idea of what they did to The people in tuskegee. Don't one hundred black men testing for syphilis. They thought this was an excellent way to to find out more about this ariffin disease less infect these black men so you know we have a culture at a background of this. The problem that we're facing is that this thing that they're testing and looking at is not just for blacks and latinos. it's a global pandemic. This is something that is happening around the world. there is not a culture of country. A- county a district that eight dealing with it every island. Everybody's dealing with it. So i find it a little hard to believe that they would come up with invacc- to get rid of a certain group of people right now so now now with that being said because it's such a widespread problem that we have and how do you how do you do that. It's just like Them food sandy election was stolen. Well how do you do that. How do they come up with seven million votes. Ain't nobody found about. How would they get certain vaccines too so neck areas. I understand how they could do it. But but but but the sense of does it doesn't make sense for me and as a radio personality. We have a show showing an obligation to give information out to our listeners. You know i've been a little bit torn between it. But i'm just going to say this for me. When given the opportunity to take the vaccine i will take And real mad as shall we were going to tear it take even like has a has to do a better job with getting the message to us st because of the lack of trust that we have for what's going on they have to do a better job to get us to trust them saying that's what i'm saying to and a lot of black doctors surgeon general amount of black nurses coming out saying is safe. Kidding get it getting good taking it on tv but now listen to me. We have to. We have to come into twenty twenty one to know. We can't keep dealing with all this what happened. I got i got i got. History has a tendency repeat yourself. You don't know history but child at one point in time. You gotta look at this thing and i guess it's an individual decision so i'm not gonna say everybody has to take it. I'm just going to say that. If i get the opportunity. I'm taking yeah. Yeah that's all. I can say to you for yourself because too many people have died from this thing called covert way too many people we wanted over at some point all right of today's trending stories. And we'll be back. On the steve harvey morning show at twenty minutes. After right after this. You're listening to morning. Show all right when we left off. Steve were talking about the fact that how so many black people based question that tommy asked you and hispanic people are not lining up and signing up for the covid vaccine. Listen to me was applies. I didn't hear what plumbing supplies said that. He's put stuff in his body. He know what he said he by we from. We don't even know who the we manny hit a food truck food or food truck after the club and night. it's a comical way to put it what you know. I mean what he's saying is almost real. you know. it's it's another thing for me. Because i'm on the radio and i have friends who have different theories Steve you shouldn't tell people to get the vaccine. Steve you've got to do a better job at telling people get vaccinated. Now that i'm just going to say you know this ain't owned me. This ain't on me my job. Our job was to get everybody to the polls to vote this scene. You have a choice in this. You don't have a choice in voted. You get a choice with who you vote for him. But voting is an obligation to inform So you know. Steve luke for you so let me just put it this way for. Everybody is telling me you should be pushing it. So you should steve harvey when given the opportunity. We'll get vaccinated period. When i've had a couple of kids say they don't want to take no vaccine from government. Okay don't we'll be back. With more of the steve harvey morning show coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour. Right after this. You're listening to morning show time now for a quick round of asked the l. o. Chief love officer steve harvey in the building. Are you ready sir. Here we go. I know you're this is from honey in chicago. Hey honey in chicago honey. Says i finally met a very handsome man that is my age and he has great conversation. The only problem. I have with him is that he curses in every sentence. He's called me bra a few times and i reminded him what my name is. I've been to his house and met his eight year old son and he curses around him. Too and affectionately calls them little n word. I know you brag about being a good customer but also no. You don't do it all the time. How can i get him to be more respectful in my present. A have to be a little bit honest you. Yeah well i do because most of the time at a habit for two grandchildren that way too. And i have recommended by my wife has told me she told me paint. Call them network. Try to bring them all into i. Am you know but I don't think that's good for the kids at that age. I don't think you should do it at four when about ten. I think it's okay. Oh i don't really have a good answer for her about this. If you got a good man just going with a good man ask him to just be a little bit more respectful which you around the language and just reminding mother but that's all but don't throw him out the window 'cause a lot of good people. 'cause she didn't say was good. She said he was very handsome. Well in conversation any cussing so obviously the messages coming through to cuss station. Yes i don't know what the answer to that one is. Just he's very handsome man your age great conversation but he cuss a lot. He caught somewhat. But she doesn't like it okay. You know what ain't nobody finish. Check off all the blocks okay. No one's perfect. Nobody checks off. All the blocks. Cussing is all that's all it. Is you fixed that work with him with it. Okay all right all right. Don't get all calm yourself down. The ice tea. Monique and fort hood. Cielo since i'm a thirty year old single mother and m- my son thinks he's the man of the house since his dad left us a year ago. I've started dating again and hanging with my girls recently. My girls and i did the bus. A challenge and the silhouette challenge on. Tiktok and i posted my videos on instagram. My son is twelve. And i don't allow him to be on social media yet but his dad's showed him my page and said terrible things about me now. My son thinks i'm a thought. His dad has a big influence on him. How can i fix this. You do have to watch what you do as a month. I mean you you. Somebody's mother. I mean at one point that has to feel to read. I think everybody who's ever had a child will admit to you that the moment they had to challenge everything in they life coming up. It is our last break of the day and we'll have some closing remarks from the one. 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I knew i ain't doing a damn thing if little song on the radio i don't like i take my head. Says and damp showed listen to commercial trying to say. We are blessed and fortunate. Yes we are. No you're not talking just getting to work about five minutes ago. I do you most fortunate. Fool what harsh. Surely as hawk at nine o'clock boost did y'all get a call. I know okay and now you want me to be nice. what else how. Y'all at work were doing work. Where would that make sense right. Steve tommy did you say wow. Would i wear. Y'all know y'all not working did you. Head all right. I thought i heard it. But i don't think i heard it right though. Thank you said it. I said it without an h. Saying when i think about i think i said it saying no. You did not focus. Why would i includes. Can't do under pressure cop. Tommy watt word. What were you are when we get it. You suck it. W did it early. Oh i didn't even know what i heard you and i think that's why did it because i couldn't do it on purpose. I dunno goodwill about put it in his head. But you gotta say now. Tommy has gone to w class to try to get rid of steve waugh still in l. a. m. dated that girl named when her dad william in her mom needle not win me is all i can say to you. Steve tell me what was real miss. Miss miss While needed mr who you say what you do for work. He's played win meal first one to watch he wins they call. He'll quilts for me. Talk let me go to work which you why some windows. Nobody talking to me. Like i just i just talk. I ain't do crate. Wow what a day on a wednesday. Hey listen before we get out of here me. Let me say one. More thing about this vaccinate. Come on state just to be clear. I think this fascinating vaccination is a choice and everybody's you know it's not mandatory that you take it but i'm pretty sure that all of us know someone who has died from kovin and even though the vaccine isn't one hundred percent guarantee that you won't ever catch it. It does lessen severely the symptoms becoming severe and causing hospitalization and death and down. Yeah i just. I just don't know that. I'm willing to roll the dice and not take the vaccination so i'm taking it now for all you all out there. That have theories of why you shouldn't take that's your decision but sometimes man see times are changing in this world and even though they haven't changed our liking To where we really wanted to be there is change coming in this world. You know we have a black woman that helped created the vaccination document the change us proof yet georgia term blue chain. Does it change. yeah i would. I would be very careful with with allowing our natural suspicions to guide us into the future. Just be conscious everybody. Everybody has to sapna vaccine for himself. Steve harvey taking. For all steve harvey contest. No purchase necessary void where prohibited participants must be legal. 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S2E18: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 09/16/20 | Weird Wednesday

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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S2E18: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 09/16/20 | Weird Wednesday

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Be Seventy three today in sunny as well in Newark New Jersey it's fifty two degrees. The high will be seventy five partly cloudy. But later in the morning will there will be some sun fifty seven in York City and sunny seventy five for the high end fair sixty, four in. ATLANTA. Sixty six will be the high cloudy with morning showers and Miami Eighty two degrees. The high will be eighty today partly cloudy with a slight chance of rain in the afternoon. And then Chicago sixty degrees eighty two for the higher fair sixty four in clear in Los Angeles Ninety four, the high their hurricane. Sally has made landfall down on the Gulf, coast. Gory to. Storm they are expecting a thirty up to thirty feet of rain then could result in historic flooding. So if you are in the Gulf of the Gulf coast, please be careful a act accordingly. Whether, you are what's look like where you are. 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It's forty five degrees seventy five for the high end sunny and in Strasbourg forty three degrees seventy three for the high end sunny. y'All wasn't the way you are. Coming. So you laugh this show have you want to take? Sending, we already know our the Barbie clone being here working with us throughout the year that you know when it gets cold probably because very stream you know she does not scarfs the whole thing. There's a lot going on with Barbie and she's very prepared. When like when that? I chill through your. Big Ass. Hoodie already. Right and she's in bobby I like to say that. You, addressed. appropriate. For the weather today, I'm not looking you're not extreme, but you're right because the problem is like with. My beloved last night Tanya. Women and we talk about this all the time at this time of year and I. Talking about this. She's like this chilly outside I said because you've got on these these these open toll flat jammies. And you've been told colder. Fifty, five degrees in the POCONOS. Yeah. That's what I'm doing. I don't know why because it's Later the city. It's going to be high. City walk then told the Dope. Toes looking great. Why we? So. Why are you seeing? Why are we seeing? You told at forty degrees it's more. You. Wear. Flip. Flops. which away of Bob Address necas let me see. SNEAKERS, insides She's ready for this winner change I'm not ready I. been this conversation is. Saying why? By. Don't get. It's GonNa. Be. Warm leaders. What's the temperature? is going, to, be. But that's only tiny. It's just cold because it's the morning. Layers I have I got so there must necas. Who always take the t shirt on the various deceptive at this point, it's going to be seventy five degrees like like for five minutes. Worcester. Excuse me excuse me. Is it not still summer? Leah not still summer feel like right now at forty three degrees is. A cold front coming through. Hurricane, Sally. Is the way they're over here? So we're getting a cold front coming through. So we. Just. Breeze by that, and then maybe another week or so I'll be fully ready the. Thing call into the fall foliage festivities. Point you wanna hear yourself talk Max's question. This morning didn't have the strong desire to wear the open toes in have you talked out this morning? Why? It looked like coal. Exactly. How? I said Oh. No Right. You see a bit a tinge of sunlight. Go head on the put Lee sneaks. Day UAE, why 'cause you have some say in the other day when I wore the dress was yesterday in governor feet was raised. And I said just told us you can wear sneakers. I was like listen here. We know that the weather's changed we didn't even cut the air conditioner on an Angel Laurie Cine. For channeled the room shown some love. And we'RE GONNA. Let this put. Let's put it on a chat room. If you've got the, we had this discussion every year I want to know they need to be like like they talk about a national mandate with the mass. Be a national mandate which you women out here when these flats with these day why Sydney? What's the date when you let this go but you know the scope aims any defense? Well, he never really open toes go because if I go to any event and address cars for a strategy shoe so guess what my told is going to be cold air because I'm going up there. Are Tolls, which is forever right. We I'm. Wade. Slash Oh wait a minute. Hey Bob go in another direction with is About this that wagonload the flat. The. Ones you guys wear flip flops. The was that you guys were all summer and we'd like stove joins. Then got hustle. I was just something quick to put on. Bobby clone out on a big tube socks black sneakers on the. Toes Rosen. I'm fine. She always sneakers. Seekers. And I don't have my other shoes I gotta get them out of the closet. Brings you right now, boy. But I but what's the worst that day in your mind? I'M GONNA make a date again. It could be tomorrow, it could be the twenties. For the next day that I put up, my flips my flops. Shadow to Derrick Jackson she said she's wearing her flops Hoodie, right? Yeah. It's like the people that wear a long sleeved shirt shorts like. Corey as as part as the man that I am because I'm all man barbeque along. Okay. I'M GONNA. Put My foot down. It was mostly ladies, September, today's a sixteen. Whatever pick I'm going to wear them name Lady we take ladies, September twenty third. That's next week. Okay. That's it. So September Twenty Third September twenty seconds your last day. September twenty third you're done. So we don't really know more flats flops I don't WanNa. See your toes next year you're going to see my damn told listening so. So why? Are. You talking about I Don't WanNA see your Bechtol. This every year sitting here with a Cold Big Toe. Big is not goal. Michael. Grassy. Altos on Echo we even had to get A. Parking lot inside I didn't even have the heat on. In City with Bobby at this guy he was and I had to stairwell here there. was sitting. Right. Right. But city when you're right when you walked in I went and judgmental. Sues looked at I was like. About. Kyle. s she co she no Huffy vs. Parliament September. We'll shout room people in general. Acceptable twenty third. This is an official mandate from boy Sean Harvey that nobody cares about. These no more. What are they called it with those? Standards, auto sandals stupid, flip. That you've been wearing since. You've been wear them sister Coco Star. Vacuum with. Wearing, Corentin in the house. Then when you able to come outside you hassle stupid flip with done. With done whatever the data say. They had. said. Ladies in this chat room, you had a mandate you got from your voice on them look at right now of course. You put the screen on your. Check. Him Out. Get real look at your boy. September twenty second is your last day. You said that twenty. Twenty dirt it goes down. Do like Bobby Cologne how Big Wilson? Talks. With a big running shoes. A big hot tub night into. Real. Box those us. Listen. To twenty third, that's it. barbies already bought Cologne has already taken the lead on this ladies. She got make sneakers these. Two. Okay. Thank you Barbie. Always always. Always Coz you can't put me in that. So ladies I'm. GonNa go. Ladies. The twenty-third. More, show this rap whatever sean put them flip flops in them sanders, and all shoes away put shoes back on because it's getting cold. And that cocoa. Hear you catch cocoa when your big toe. Them. Lady Copa when you big toe, it's here right stop letting these men tell us what to do or. Killed said, no Tim's like I would. Tim's to. The Thames Yeah people wearing Tim's now really well, if it's shelley that covert at. All year round type shoes style Tim Tim Zamora fashion. He put them in this summer is crazy. Sydney say before we shot the moon. Thanks for inviting. Tanya. Myself. Khalil, two sons you know my son he doesn't have many friends. So I'm like at home. No, it was great. I'm glad you guys were able to come. I'm glad to meet time here for the first time and her son. He's so cute. You just WANNA. Put Him in your hobby. Trauma. Bobby is weird. I pull up in front and we get out the car sitting. Thank you. Again, I had a wonderful time for. On it, I was like, let me extend the olive branch. Latitude to Barbara. Ten old parties really is seen. I. Couldn't even stand one because they all enjoy using if I K party I'll go get one of my nieces or somebody into bringing them. By five eight and then getting by. But I'm glad sean me that long drive down twenty to thirty three. Way. Of. Two minutes sitting right of those forty minutes. We Barbara Get out. The. Car. I'm already like she got on these coke. These sandals on hold. What's he got? Yes because I. Did you guys have argument. Alex. The. At. The you know how to get. So we start to get a camera gift card. Yes. Barbecue get over there. Right Look at. Cam. The Guy He's looking flies held gallons Gucci t shirt with some Travel Rommel boots supersized. Kyle. Spaceships based SIP kind of boots and they were. They were slash book slash sneak like. Your son shoot okay bit. Six in kids but because of his foot or whatever they had to I'm the designer shoes they don't make them like indicates the kids in his to get a man's five wall. Man's. because. I put them on. WABE WE PULO. Camps going can't look that. Is Not. ME. Everybody. Knew who? About it because every time I used to pick up seen in Orlando. I always was in the car and they always they will see meal widow anyway, and then thought the show that much though. He knows I give. was like that Sean and he was like, oh So, ties I would you want to write a good right anything in card How you spell his name omitted. Why I give him the card. The card with. The Gift Card in the car. Camp takes out the card. looks at it takes the envelope that was in it. Yeah. How He did it right there we were all. Sitting there. So he goes. Good Kid. Thank you so much. Right walks. Oh Thank you that was. The caught was three dollars and fifty. Pick their. Putting you always dress. All the cards together they were wonderful sitting. Show me said mom look at this because it's a, you're the coolest what are the cards HR tiny raising? The front of the car is really cool. He he liked it and then BOOB. Sins on that Park Park Street yet and on a side street these these two like big giant cabinets. Asked Their trailers. Giant trilogy. A show was ice took up the whole block the Babylonian neighbors a mad as hell. By, the whole Blah body walk walking these trailers like he was in two thousand and twenty seven. Nothing but screens screens all probably a swear this was the one I've never experienced anything like this. It was like a bus. Yes. Yes And it was games in kids was having a good time and we was having a great time and it was a wonderful and then they decorated the outside of the fence. Since, one of them civil war visits. First Game Pep. Psalm on the fence. And, the kids and the kids started coming and It was just the kids were having a great time. That's all that matters kids have good. Tashaun was having a great time and there. Just Dan how I'll do my two step. I'm doing but I'm doing the Corey, the choreographed dance that they do. It's very difficult some time. Yeah. But I'm doing it and the kids are looking at me. I'm like it's really strange romance doing this but Jose Gonzales son what's his name Dante? He was on your show him and sit down. And then. I'd like you know what? Exactly. What they want to sit his daughter's like Sean what are you doing? To me and. Shelby. Com Sani me how? You having a good time. Great Time. And they gave us a little parting party gift back the Golden. Thank you, I'm glad everybody. Bobby before we shot through, I met the world famous Meka Oh snap. Snap this guy. First of all. Like, like like power forward tall. Like he looked like he averaged about six rebounds again. He looked like Gavin six rebounds. Four points like like six man of the year I like he's like he's like he's like he's one of those guys. He don't score points, but he grabbed twenty five rebounds. Every. Shana. Crazy. And his presence was so loving. It was like he wasn't at like you know some guys you mean I kinda uptight. I. Think that's so small-minded thing with men. This guy was running around happy as hell. Any. Running right behind. Then the running right behind him little running behind. Like Linda. Gray John John. because. Back. then. Linda what about the pizza? Really, this guy would've presence got the whole New York Swag. Sweat Crazy Oh snap like black like like we took a picture together swag mashed up 'cause only gas got this type of swag. You the Lehigh. Valley cast live out here. That's been born out here. You have no swags generic. We got to sway boom to pitch. Probably. This guy IOS out. Tell you. Gala out. Even. Yield to this. These classes. Had these spike boots on will say how much it will spike sneaker Seattle I am. Seeing magazines it's got A. Couple of house because she goes out with guys listen to your. Research. Think, he's Ed. PUNK. Adjani. She's like my toes and. I mean I've been ruled on all listen. He is dancing revolution and whatnot. I WANNA thank Linda. Jacobs. Has a wings in a house. Got Me whole thing wings and we let. Me Thank you you. Lad. You had a great time. Kyle and everything it was a really great time. It really came together last minute. You guys I'm a hot mess mom I. Don't know why I thought my son's birthday was later. Than what it is. So shout out to super game trailers. And they are for sure they're gonNA come on the show they WANNA call in. I WanNa, bring the trailer to the studio. They were they were like you can come on here and do a show. What. So Super Great Guy J shots him super game trailers if you guys want because they're based out of Pennsylvania, because most of these video game truck people in Jersey and your like bring everybody all the way down there. So found them last minute they were ready to get this money because I called this other place. That's too far. They didn't want to drive two hours. So. Bobby it goes back to the Hudson game when you're on your hustle. Was the right. Thank you vehicles and you go. Out To those got. Well organized. It was three of them right sitting three Guy Jay sign and. The Sun was standing by the door Barbie. Cologne so because you know it was a high step coming off that trailer. So he makes sure the door was closed. Store was opened the kid step down nobody save. were, mad. Great helping. Teams Go. All this on Tuesday night monitor they. Laptop like thirty. The kids were still out there we go off the mall, the police come. No, don't believe no nothing I live on a quiet street. So yeah, good. So thank Sean for coming and everybody that wished cam a happy birthday. Thank you so much. I'll put pictures and it gets opposed anything but thank you. It was a great day. Awesome. It was great and he was ten. He's ten now. So I'm super excited. Thank you. That was. It was A. Good. Great. Times it was really a beautiful who WHO's. PRISCILA Gonzales. I saw. So I'll go. Yeah. I wanted to take a picture with with. Some of this weird Priscila Gonzales because the phone. Husband Jose Yeah? Sky Around A. UPS driver. He's got his uniform on. He's delivering packages. She gives me the phone time. Yeah. She facetime him. He's working and I'm talking to him while I'm trying to. And I'm like Yo bro you a true hero I dropped. Around I like don't deliver the wrong taggers to enroll worrying about what you're doing. And your son is busting my ass dance context. So. I gotta go straight. Got To shut up when we come back. Thank you. From. The. Gym. What we're back. Sitting. Are we still good? Back. We're Wednesday. September sixteen twenty. Twenty. Fifty minutes after I walked back Sean Morning. Show? Features. Seen Jalen for calls. Barbara clients need to say that for for crystal, city? A. Won't shop through. Right. On. Top of that city. When I leave here, I know y'all against all this I'm GONNA go run over there and get a flu shot today. You know you hear what the border saying The. First one to test it out. Put, a number one and. Number number one. Keep you from getting the don't knock up to taking a shot ten years. Put them one in a chat room. Take the flu shot like me put a number to ups not practice. You put a one in a chat, right? I think he put that number one with Shawn say number one radio show varying what it is in Kansas that's true. So started on that because he's ready to local radios, Hanney's Pocono Lavar. shocker number one if you put getting a flu shot Bobby. Which number one to? Show you. Put Up Diane Halls with me. Right right and Jessica Wilcox getting. Jessica uh-huh Veneta so. Are, not. All right. Hey. Who Jessica Wilcox and who? Diane Hall. Veneta the Excerpt next they're not getting the they are not. Getting into is not getting flu show put number one. If you're putting that flu shot meeting I am. Number two if you're not. I'm going to. Film it. She. Said I always love you guys are up tradition. Now who said Diane home she said I'm just she said I always get one. Early in one thank you Sydney, he got the flu shot ten years and rope still standing well, I'm going to keep what tradition, right Well. I got. But I. Who is To say Bobby Co, go running these streets. So yeah. The PAB CAM have the flu two years ago. You know what? That cocktail that go with that Blue God. That's good. 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You what do you want to see you shine? What are you doing? Sean shoutout to Shelby Lawsuit Sean. Good Morning. Good morning everybody everybody's carrying Clam Kerry. Kerry we'RE GONNA shout. Weekly. How you brother Had A Good I've had a I've had a good this year. Put it that way. Okay. I'm telling this morning because I think it's very important that we all need to pay attention to hold on a second hold on hold on. I gotta say something I. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Let me probably into you, Bro. Let me do that over here. You know you putting up stop signs calm down. You the legislature here in the community to have. Everybody this is Keri. Right. He's our only elected official that causes you. Now where do you represent sir? Northampton County. and. What is your title in Northampton? County. I. Am A county councilman right and boy Colonie had ten eight to ten thousand volts to win this thing. Yeah. So this is this guy's a real. Candidate and they they voted him into this position. For, we shot out the room was shut shoulders from. Tell us what's going on in the community we need to know what's going on. Okay. Before we do that I gotta say this. I'm upset Barbie got a boo. That that Barbie Wow, you I have a book. The show the other day and you congratulations you've got yourself a blue and I know you're trying to keep quiet but that's a great. He's off the market unless your business. As Slot de wanted to know earlier, why are you? You? I he says he's upset and congratulating. Yeah he's upset that she had a boot. Because we will keep me quiet. I'm supposed to keep quiet because this movies where she just said it was private she's very private. Fodder. Out was a lot. We're all private. Not. Knowing. But he's Yard. Congratulations to you and your engagement. Yeah I liked that one for. The lockdown. That's excellent. Okay. Let's have a conversation show. A couple of days ago about the mccloskey's. Without these folks that are in our valley to there being like. They may be in day of they'll definitely being. In Northampton. County. Tomorrow they're going to be. They're going to be lower stocking township. Park. Sin You know. You. Talk to folks. Shotguns. Funhouse when he's doing the Black Lodge Saint Louis up here. We don't carry. You got four. Very are in they are going to be in town tomorrow they're going to have the meeting. Down and Heller tells. What I WANNA say to those of us of color. Ignore it stay away from it don't even give them air to breathe. This is a stunt, intimidate those of us of color. To. Get our go to get after us to get as. We need to understand something. This is one time we need to take the. High. Road. This is stunt by the Republican Party they're being brought in by the Republican Gop. Of Northampton County. Now. Where they're getting off, this is driving me insane recently, if you haven't been out on about hip accounting that happened people walking around with trump signs with attack on and long rifle. All this is a tactic to intimidate. If anything else it should pick off and make sure we get out to vote. That's the most important now we need to do. This election, we always hear about election being the most important thing in our lifetime. This one may very well be. Because of the fact that we have a dictator in office. We have a man who has no set. For folks with Co, when they're conflict putting out what he has done for black people. Well let me say this as an elected official. Team done. Jack. Because the average. African. American. Latino does not have the 401K's investments if you do. Donald Trump is making money for you as long as you have those investments. Most of the people that I know and I work with. Are Out of jobs looking for places to live. Trying to feed the family, they don't have time or oriented situation where their employer has set them four one k. or something like that. You have to understand that Donald trump making this point right now divide and conquer but most importantly as American as an African American. person. We need to understand this. He has one purpose right now and that's the totally eliminate. The name of Barack Obama. As president of the United States, he will do the next four years to concentrate to destroy anything that President Obama done. He only got off because Barack Obama made fun of him. Now when someone asks a question? What's your plan for next year is he can't answer. Yesterday, Young, we asked him why he exposing people. To this corona virus and he looks at it because I've done the best I can. He wants to pull this heard move in other words heard. If you have a stand at this medicine he it's sacrifice. A few. To help the many in other words, he's going to eliminate the poor and those don't have. Not, getting into proper vaccines are do people earlier talking about the flu shot? and the girls are against it and showing you taking it I'm a man who has asthma. I take the shot because I have asthma. It's been told for the last ten years. If you have a respiratory problem unique, the flu shot me to carry never taken a shot. Okay that's fine. That's. That's the same thing with the person who says a male a blackmail says, I'm not going to take a prosperity because. It messes with my mail integrity. Well. Let me tell you something take that. If you don't take that test. You know we need to understand something at this point in our life. We're facing. A period, our life as people of color because the first thing they talk about, let's talk about the less people on the left the people less. Basically are people of Color. What they're telling those smoke is that we are. Anarchists. That's the most ridiculous thing. I can I've ever heard in my life because you don't agree with the president of the United States You an anarchist. Well, I'm elected official I'm United States. Navy veteran. I serve my community. There's nothing. There's nothing there's not enter 'cause bone in my body and for him to put that out there is ridiculous idol I since here's the deal. We talk about this. And shot to carry. We talk about this all the time. The difference. Between. Carrie and what we do is the fact that he's there on the frontlines he sees all of this so that you can hear the urgency in his. Voice in his spirit? His absolutely, right. We need to go out and vote right. So these folks are come in here and County Republican Party got these folks come I have to shotguns in front of their house Saint James St. Louis Remember that they come out here the hell a town was the next. How over from where we're at I think it's actually closer than here in eastern right now it's like Right down the street from where you are right. So right down the road any, he's absolutely right black folks Latinos and and and I will liberal white folks stay away from there because we talk about this all the time on the show. You know we got the folks that live out here. They got the trump started kids. They got the pickup trucks with big ASS flag. They got their guns out here because we gotta remember that we're we're we locate it. Barbie. Twenty years ago. This was a Republican stronghold anyway blacks and Latinos started moving out here. So you still have these underlying strong Republicans out here but there's a difference between Republicans Nj and a trump supporter. Put. A. Hundred percent. Correct. Very. Different. WHO Voted To traditional Republican conservative values that's out the window trump has did this whole the king or call them? He's dividing the country and you know. You know what? I'm GONNA say this. He did a he's doing a great job at it. Now will we gotTA do again? Out, there and vote the only good news that I've getting soon jay out of this was in a state of North Carolina where. They have three himes cj the registered Democrats in the last four years they got extra million to three million people have registered Democrat in the state of North Carolina. Battleground State City James Right though you gotta get rid of this Electoral College Stink Brown. Can't we can't give it to a three hundred or four. Hundred people did decide who's the president of the United States. Right? I think this should be a popular vote thing I agree with that. Absolutely I mean we can all do what we can do but I mean after we voted out of Iran now now. You're right. Everybody. Stay away. This is tomorrow right? Now. Stay away from town because Barbecue said in the beginning of this week every weekend now they over there Sydney January twenty fifth street and Eastern. That's like a main street over there in Houston, the trump. Goodbye. Working Gosh saving laws. Forget about. Let's let's out the travel. Town I didn't know caribous little call like. Crazy we still talk politics facebook are identical again, the slows. We're listening this. And then I'm GonNa Adhd how you? See Them. Hearts at. Chaparral Hey. Aren't that. Room. Rotate. Catherine. Heart Cindy, let's go down. Hearts. With a heart album hey. Hey. Wait hearts. But Real quick. So you can get on that help. Parts that. Chat. Chat, room hey aren't. Chat Room. Chat Room. Hey. Thank. Chat. Chat Room. With a heart sesame let's go. Win Heart turn? A Wait. A heart. Hey. Hey. Karen, after nine o'clock, if you don't mind. To carry call back at eight thirty. This. We've got phone with. and carry calm down. Calm Down Care I what you to get sick for. Going over there patches passion but carry carry Quebec after nine o'clock. Let my where about them racist people over there just carry home. Where we about guys like. Roundup over this with any fallout. Carrie call. Hold on recall callback clock. We got you know. If you can. You probably can't I'm here back at nine o'clock if you can do the show a little bit and we call called back because it's very interesting week with the news I call you back at thirteen. Okay. Please we're cope with anger. Apart who's in chat? and carry be careful out there. Massively people fall out they can sick. He's all right. Oh heart attack. He's a veteran I I know that he knows. How To? Guys like carrying like people get remember. Remember that date. When? Election. Night, which won the presidency and had a headache for three. Wasn't he burden I. Think his. Mouth. Won't put it in the chat room that on election night when Donald Trump one was you physically sick city? Was You physically sick? 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Shelby I'm GonNa send you eleven dollars I'm taking okay Johnny I'll send you Addresses, send it. Okay. He he got shirts your. Diet. Johnny wibble Diane how. Eleven. Diane Hall a diehard is in a building. Hey, Diane Good morning to you. Kununurra Williams. Hey. Hugo Markkanen. Samantha singles areas here Jew. Say It's in the building. Hey, girl. Main Aheadon in the building I you knew I mean. We. Appreciate you watch in and please tell us how did you hear about the show and please share Oh, Hasaan garland just hey, because I will just talk about you. Thank you for coming back. We were just talking about missing the action poses A. Good to hear that she will came up there and poconos Bombay right. That's a real is Gabor. He is. That's why my favorite wants. US. Yeah because. Cintron is in the Building Haven S. Sean finally got to meet the mess up I got to see. Back in the taste the common. See everybody used to. Back back back in the Fernwood days to Saturday night Friday night days. I'd know Vanessa when she was back in a younger day out there running around the streets. Rather she's She's she's. She's ready. Vanessa course having one night at the county club. Cruel. Sounds about one of those things had to talk to management about? They turned up one night in. Parliament is, but that's how much Vanessa. This that's I've known but let. When used being a housewife Kids in that baby father but that's A being quarantined with a Family Vanessa. Sharon and on Pam all number running around while allows the. Accident Hang Out. She worked there. and. was serving out. there. And that s you got kicked out at night. Do you do. that. Put it this way. What happened that night? I have to go into the management office Oh and. Watch. It on videotape. Vanessa, you would listening. City almost lost my research disrespecting she. Go. Now that she said that good now see the thing is. I do not at stupid high school reunion right that had nothing to do with I. Prove that. We were supposed to have jazz night that night right and here you go and the DJ at the time line. was like. Dj Particular night. And I will what it but he was honest with me he goes. You know. We gotTA. Strasburg North or whatever the high school in the back somewhere. was. Styles Berg North, and southbound. North is up. North is going to have a reunion Schramm was like you know. She likes Sean with it was all of them. It. Was the tenth year and. Right right and I was like, wait a minute I got this coming to sing like Birkbeck arrack songs. For the Babylonians because I don't think I. I don't know if that's a new at the time that I was doing the entertainment for the resort. Okay. Probably not so everybody working at. At the other spot right I kept Muller's away from Fernwood right because Muller's is to ratchet can keep them away. I did because I charged twenty twenty, five dollars at the door that will keep anybody away. So the local hoods, they're not going to pay that. People coming from the weekend spending money anyway need the hood. Pause. and. That particular night she's right. Somewhat disrespected A. She's she's. I think in my mind was justified would happen because if someone's to my lady I would do the same thing where the problem was. It was underneath my watch, right? And loss there's somebody who's laid out on the floor. Of. The hospital. Got Those guys do city. City. Without telling the hoping. I'll look at the surveillance camera what happened. You know it's crazy when you see a chair. City. You know how you look at surveillance camera. Yeah, you just see. A chair. Screen? City it was poke. Glasses talk because I would never bring it up. He's smacked. Right. Vanessa. Is a very attractive, young lazy and even yesterday when I saw very, very attractive young lady God. Bless him sending. In the next frame and this savannahs that I'm sitting there with corporate. On Because I'm. Vanessa. In High School, they don't give a damn about North East. North High School reunion I'm the one who approved it right so they. Like. The. Why? I'm in Philadelphia doing a comedy show I love I. Love I. Let. Jay. Sharon, was running hoping. Because Getting money. You gotTA. We ever getting. Shot always in two places. We know that three can stack philly. I can't stand with stupid high school reunion. oscillated. I'm almost all the end at midnight. There'd be no two o'clock in the morning every member, the guests at the resort is Dan the restaurant is. They're trying to get their crop. In charge particularly because it was Friday night I wanted to you know the resort was paying me Friday night they would just coming to check for Friday. What am I did I did Particular more checks but why Jackson? But particularly, Friday, I had a kind heart. Let the Ratchet Hood in the. Cine in the surveillance, the next frame and this available the DJ, and he got the table when he got his mixes. Dj. equipment. South. Sydney the after the chair flies by. You See. The DJ table live up. Turned upside down equipment. flowery. The next frame. It dated. Flip the tape. You. See the DJ Charter same? Hickam. Sneh the second chance coming. I'm in. Philly. was going out here and coming to the stage right now he's hilarious when he short. I get a text from Sharon. Something's bad hackel. Back to the story, right? Vanessa's absolutely right. She got disrespect some dude smacked her as she was with a minute or so of shoes with. Sin. That's in the. Frame. Now remember I got the Corporate Babylonia next week I'm looking at you they're looking at. Look at look like this. Like, like I'm the representative of. The. wholesome. Resort. That's only four with blacks and Latinos anyway that. Cindy and the next frame. There's a do laid out on the floor sleep Right Poor Jonah. They're like this is what we want. Is You this? Don't they said to me. What happened the jazz? Night. Jeopardize canceled it took for. Jeff. Jeff. Jeff. What's into the winter of two treeless in hair? She s she said he's your. Laid out. His wife while he was laid out. The story is worth. Kids were. Bad Leitao Dude, that was laid out who she said had the why He has some control substances. That's why he was act. Stupid. He was. He wanted to. Of. ood. Okay Now. Jazz night right they was getting jazzy. Real kids. You see in the frame before all the first one. The guy comes up to Vanessa. She says she's talked. She said it right. He smacks her in the as. But I see this now Serena's telling me all this and I'm like this. Bush. I. Before I hit the stage. I know what happened before hit day cine almost as three minutes forty, five minutes. I do ten minutes. I could they got paid I? Think. From Philadelphia all the way back to Fernwood. I've got. One thirty was out there still investigating and it was. The only thing that saved the contract with me, it didn't hit the newspaper. Because you know locally in. Everything. Even down here but really the. In the newspaper. So I felt bad for what Vanessa went through man because what he did was wrong and like I said what the God did. He would any man what do. You know if amass Max. To Her and smack in the ass right in front of whoever she was on her man, her baby father who? Sisters. So what is? It was. It. Was the budget on this right now remember. This guy to go, but there was a man that hit this while he was protecting. was. Yeah maybe it was one of her friends so. He with any man would do. Yes. I wasn't even mad at all of that dude smacked as very disrespectful the other do reacted to. Lay them out. was all over the place. I but but sitting at the same time, I could understand that. Understand the. Crazy. I had to. Explain all of this. After Y. Jazz night. The next question was, where were you? Did you. I was in the bathroom of I stepped away for a sec how? Foale, call I was just like, can you not fire me? And this is only one time incident. Let's say let's start over suspended me for two weeks. they suspended the whole entertainment for two weeks. But they were making so much bunny. I was making them a lot of money. Make a lot of money few years back. And? When he was make a whole lot of money. So I think even the Babylonian who don't they don't want associate themselves with blacks and Latinos, but they do want money that would restrict me about it because I deal with within I dealt with for years with the Babylonians, running shit in the POCONOS and even down here they don't like black folks but they want and Latinos, but they want our money right and I see that first hand all the time. So frustrating to me. So when they For. The Sofa two weeks when everything was suspended, any making money people complain it was the county was a party not going then it was like come on it's on back but it was all about the money but they don't like blacks and Latinos I'm just keeping it real. That's what it is. That's. The in resort. So we started operations again, man I reached out to a Vanessa if I can remember back then I didn't have adapted next day. I'm sure. There's another thing she was working there. She was just hanging out. No, we were doing. Things. Yeah. She was out that they will more allowed in. The Shaw Harvey Vanessa Connection Look Great Razi. Forgot. Right. My Man I forgot he was out but I do understand. Whoever that was that late, a male or female. I get it. Yeah Like if someone was the touch, my women's ass, I'm going I don't care what's happening. She said there was some guys that which is there. They happen to have seen it and he just reacted. Tacit now saw coming back Cindy, it was. He didn't know it was one of the guests at the resort that not to do now and they were happen was the we need knocked them out yeah. He left the resort that's what it will take you. RIGHT HE LEWIS says. They found him oh. Wow. Cameras are piece of work they found him and he got arrested. In New York where he was from, that's messed up. That's another thing that saved me. That's the one thing that saved me with that that made count because. Who caused this whole thing was a guess right up was. Because all of a sudden, this high school reunion, my people. East Burke North. Shout out to the timber. Wolves. Ratchet as high school. The graduation graduates ratchet who else Joe Louis Allen Junior in the building out to you. Vanessa. Basil Hager from twisted put A. Book come on. WHATSAPP. We're going to need you. Are, we. Are We. Still Doing October twenty fifth birth date was that Barbie. Cinema. Going to be here, twenty seven what's going on because we can have, we can have wanted Irena communicate hold on, and we have a little open house, some of the listeners and we get some music. We WanNA party then. Can We? Why don't we on Friday Friday to horrible? Let's Friday. Twenty third. Because it'll be a feel-good. Friday. It's weighing third. Okay. So you're not gonNA be around next week that that's That's my birthday on a Thursday which is on. Tuesday. Do that you ought higer you wait. Wait wait a minute wait a minute. Why don't we do on? Friday Friday on the twenty third. were. Pick for giveaway. No we picked on the fifteen fourteen. So Senate your birthday is the twenty seven right Okay. So you're not gonNA. Be. Around So. I'll. So we'll do twenty, three thirty. So everybody is arena reign she was she was caught. Let's talk later we need food. We need community. Everybody's GonNa bring stuff aren't going to be drinking so. couching it. Okay. So Irene. We need food we need. We need to talk because we need food in here for the twenty third. So the twenty thirty s the Big Sidney J birthday bash. So everybody come here to the studio feel can't if your local your come on and hang out with us, it's going to be sending birthday, and then then she flying away somewhere. Flash. Midtown, Manhattan. So city that's it the twenty third we go to. Everybody October the twenty third the big Sidney j birthday Baz going down. I mean, there are rain. Inbox me call me later. So we can up food and then we get everything everybody if you local if you want to. We need Jolla coming here because that's what we do your come up here we're GONNA party, Cindy Jay's birthday. We have this room y'all could come in and we got room out there recessionary and we're GONNA turn up and we're going to do it up. We'll have speakers out there we're GONNA. Let Chris know owner they. We're going Malek Chris owner that we're going to turn up a little bit on this day. It will be no jazz and not having A. North high school reunion here who was born. Aliu. WHOA. Wait a minute. You stay ask. You. have play now him and beaten with Chris. I thought show is doing. Soup. Sorry for. You stay. Osborne. Kerry Myers is in the thank you for calling. Julius Gillis showers here. Hello Jay. Hager and you've got Sola and. 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No. Just Right now we have back. It is fifty eight minutes. We're Wednesday spit the eight minutes after the hour Wednesday September, Sixteenth Twenty twenty. Fifty eight minutes after I walked back on show features jail off alcohols barbecue we want to start right only place on earth where you get your money start right that Chapman widen please call it five, seven, zero, nine, six, zero. Broadcasting live iheartradio radio DOT COM SEAN Harvey Morning Show Dot Com. Comedy World Radio Fan Radio, DOT COM or pot has platforms, and right now today this morning like every day we on Almighty facebook live. Only, place on Earth we get you started right why not? Barbara colonial quizzes little local level before we get who says right but yeah, we do that and then we get into some Here. In Bethlehem y'all is about forty six degrees the highest to be seventy, five and sunny in Strasbourg forty, three seventy for the high end. That's what happened. You want was looked like what you are why are we call come and see laughing the show I wanNA show featuring. Sanjay, will you Quick. Fast for you destroy pause. Quick Quick, and sit. Okay. Let's. Let's do says, and then we get into some front page news new sports we get out of here on Wednesday. Let's go. City at the floor is yours and we're call back. Carry before the show. Yes Good Morning I'm GonNa do some front page news for you guys know that it is Wednesday. So I'll do a couple of regular news stories and then I'm GonNa give you a couple of weird news stories for you. That's going on first thing actually that I'm GonNa talk about police violence I. don't even know if you talked about this yesterday check it out but Officials in Louisville Kentucky they've reached a settlement with the family of Brianna Taylor in her a wrongful death lawsuit it's a twelve million dollar settlement. The city has also agreed to a sweeping police reforms as part of the negotiation. So that was tied in with the lawsuit. It's one of the largest settlements link to a police shooting Anna historic move for city marked by greet and unrest since her killing in March However, activists are so quick to point out that it doesn't mean the justice has been served. Of course, not no officers in the raid on her home have been charged of the also the Rochester City Council. In New York have passed three bills addressing police funding, and authorizing an independent investigation into Daniel. Proves death while he was in police custody in March and Daniel believe he was the gentleman in In upstate New York where they put the apparently, they put a spit back over his head and he advocated and in Lancaster Pennsylvania. There was a fatal police shooting. Will they bless you? God bless. Hell No. Okay. You cut that check for that young lady I get that that the twelve million dollars no this still, and this is a bunch of BS. This. Still be there should be some criminal charges like as well with these police officers because we finally saw that crime scene somebody evidence that was going on how they just murdered this young lady. Okay. You cut that check and you hitting us with some reform not enough These police officers. We need to check. They might still be out there working on some kind of Simon or whatever they are the. This is they need to be prosecuted as well. Okay. You wrote a check. That doesn't bring this woman life back. So you valued her life at twelve million dollars and some reform. No. The officers that caused this murder needs to be taught to be arrested absolutely and brought to justice. To yes. Absolutely. also, there was fatal shooting that's now been ruled a homicide on that happened in Lancaster County that and that's happened on Sunday this was of Ricardo Mooney does. He saw Shaq morning, show Sydney Barbie. Good Morning Everybody Good Morning CENIS MISSISSIPPI. L.. Stole so so Sean I just heard you talk him out the whole beyond the tail. Thanks. So here's where everybody has to understand before y'all they vanish over it's not over. The money that her family received was for the civil suit. The mainframe no. The criminal charges are still being that's still going through course. So 'cause anytime anytime that something happens with police and a wrongful death, you can file a civil suit toys the city. That has nothing to do with the criminal charges right. But the fact that they can file a civil suit and it's past like that should automatically say that something criminal was something obviously was done wrong exactly for them to want to do that and the fact that they're ruling on this before they're even they haven't even brought charges. Right as the problem, but that's the thing. is just so everybody understands. Yeah. Sorry. Yeah, I know that's different. Day You don't that they don't think they. Got The money and it's over. Two different trials. The Circle Sue and the criminal. Look criminal charges two different things. So the civil suit that's something that like people file for that, all the top right like you're wrongfully arrested whatever. Right that's civil suit and then there's the criminal charges, which is a whole `nother thing. So it doesn't even. There too don't have anything to do with each other to. So the fight for the criminal charges is stoke on Over it's not like the family. Disappeared on that day accepted the money and then it was over. Earns there. 'cause I heard I also heard my song be X. Natives or so talking about it as well. He received same thing like, yeah that's that's because. Every time something happens with police where the wrong people always follow civil suit. Nation. was. Wrong yeah. That's you're right. Mrs. Sation thanks for clarifying. Fires. Got Your hips movie, but you're very informative cine. It still comes down to the and thanks for sharing that knowledge. What percent is still comes through the fact that power social media was going on here in the world today that whole Brianna thing wouldn't have even been pushed if we didn't like people were stepping up and saying, Hey, this murder happened. It'd have to hit the hit the platform because if it was something that were swept under the table, it would have just been business as usual. So concerned as well. So again, it goes back to yes. Oh, thank you well. There has to be a criminal part of the yeah like Daniel Camera an attorney general what's up? What are you doing? What you need to investigate? What are you looking at and what are you all looking at? What are they need to look at? What is what is the investigation about and what the Hell is Bob Crop is? Bankrupt. Like. It's ridiculous. Disgusting People Talk About why you WANNA burn stuff down because they exactly because of this, any face lose themselves. And the reason? I'm working on three shows right now. Excuse us. Right. Big. Time. Where we can find you. Saying. We. Only. GonNa be three days we got worried look I've made sure that my zero three not interfere with the number one morning show saw morning show. Thank you. Appreciate. Your. I can't compete I made misers far at night. So it's a whole nother time. Away from the the number one more which gives us a all opportunities support where rails though because is a radio guy and he gets it he's not he's not running with his emotions. You know what the business part is. He was time slots are, and he knows where the he knows what he's doing like I said partly cloudy when I started doing when I started doing radio and years ago well was already season in general manager radio doing radio shows and work in the equipment. So well gets it. He gave. Dope on the radio by the way. So we support well, BUT CITY A. Tall Guy Okay. It's not a horrible accident. First of all, they shouldn't even be doing no knock warrant, and if not, you're doing a no knock warrant in the. Night aware people are able to carry guns because her her boyfriend did have a gun they live in a dangerous neighborhood you don't just you know as. You think it's okay to just shoot. They shot over twenty bullets into her home now happens to. Hit her like how is that a horrible accident apartment complex? Do you think that's a wise idea to just start shooting up everybody not to mention the person that they were looking for? They already had hours before. So why was your team? They've been overdue, right? I think so horrible. Dj a DJ Tall Man wbz unless you need to call them because you can. You can say which one. But when you say horrible accidents Sidney J Hill here's that he is coming for you because it is not horrible accident brother. Now that don't you sound ridiculous. I love you to death Tall Guy Wbz Lsu rock the parties every time Dj I'm on the dance floor, you get it you rock. But if you go into this realm of discussion. With the way black folks getting murdered on a regular basis. Terrible accident and black folks getting murder murden is not in the equation it's not in the same room. Accidents. Always. Happen. Right. Har- went right. When Right Into a wrong. By? Appealing it this horrible act run into all white guy. The police to take his gun right shut at him. Or Guy God bless you man. God bless you. You. Play. Music. I will go into your bedroom and get you get your morning noon mix ready for WBZ. Because this is a horrible accident is not going fly on this side. I'm sorry. This is not black lives. Matter pit is this. Bet He. Who? Are you a cup of Babylonian because I don't understand what's going on and if you a black man and you sit out there and Talk I go outside and put it back man. Around. Six eight. Tall Guy is that and let me see walk outside with a terrible accident t shirt that's happening the. Black. Friday. We'll see how you get your tall with. He's mad had been shattered by the. WPA Less New York City every day guys continuous can talk the always got something to. Say something out research would say. I know tall guy you're not going to invite me the WB L. S. anymore. So what? So what K- that. Are Burning your bridges. Talk. U.. S. TO B. Will. Show Do. Show An. Accident Empire. Now, see the. Show talk about. Violette is not GonNa, let us talk about what we talk about how fast I slide. Sport Cologne did. Regime. Show on one zero, three, nine FM NEW YORK. Right. I literally have one clock. I literally had to read a script and if you off desperate, you're fired. What we do here, duggleby. Tolerate it on those those terrestrial radio stations as crazy stone. Crazy Sunday was spending. Doing, what let me say sesser mask freedom. Debt station at Wbz let's talk is when you do where would you do here? The weather you got to get up and walk out the room. And then they call you back forty five minutes to do the same thing and if you go woefully that strip one word you're done. So, they had to get ready Sean Yeah because they say of screaming. We want Sean Tall got me out. It got you out of there. And I have my own segment or crazy. Sorry Shawn no Dow. Shot Up Talk I listened to him on Wbz let's start with the terrible accident thing because. Yeah Cocoa. Around. Andrew a couple of weird news stories for you Andrew Gillum, if you guys remember Andrew Gillum was of a former. Tallahassee. Mayor Zack. Remember. was. It, the governor here governor we were rooting for him. We were all rooting so have you. Bobby. Good Morning. WHO's. GonNa. She's laughing. Around. I'm laughing because the comments. sometimes a person's choice of words. Maybe misconstrue. Won't take in in a certain context. But Yashar lighting that talk is asphalt. A lot of people who feel like they're like cops, they didn't need to kill her they just no. They just meant to an apartment door shoes, fill it up with bullets gathered and both sides it makes for a good. Dialogue. And that's what I like about this show. It's great symbolic about wounds and express your opinion. cynic because you being disrespectful with Lumet's even took poor not. Young. She's on the phone they got poor small your cup is. Allowing girl. Lamps out my staff was. Net Net. I got love for. The first time in a long time I've been able to listen to the whole show. In. Most of this time last week. Probably tomorrow. But if up the great work you guys. God. Bless God bless. I'm trying to get you out of here I city to. Andrew Gillum by. One. You know what I'm apologize. Lynette called and I went right to a break without steph probably start apartment and say something if I was at WB L. S. They were finding out. I'm sure 'cause you stay there would have been like, why did you to break? Noah story go to room because the ministration room when talk to you should talk to you I'm GonNa have a talk with you after the show. We have. An employee who likes to air some greatest? Can I have a mobile with you? because. It'd be to regulate and then. Can Go in studio and WB let's take a Selfie for your friends and tell them. You wouldn't have studio they will find you for that. Go lie you weren't. Go live with. So Weather Oh, my God. All that child in coins done. All that Noor. I all that bird. Guys, no sugar floating around. Case shouldn't. WB. I can't. Hear. Exactly. That's why talk working at WBZ but he won't even. You can't form an opinion. Turbo accident. I was saying, say thing have always confined in some Team. Right. Over saturated policy of a Dummy FM stadium. We don't keep it peace in middle. Right we'll take. The way you said Nice enroll. GotTa it like that they're going to stay raw city with last time you had some Nice in rural. Tallahassee mayor. The Rising Star right and right Gillam we were all rooting for him. Show until he was fouled would've it like a month weeks before the election in a Miami Hotel Room. Created with drugs. Let's not get. Bad. Why Young Guy Twenty. Five. White. Right. Yes, he pseudo. Allege that he was an escort so he paid a sad man hey, he's married. Children. Young. Denzel Washington Quality. Was let's. Hope for you. Won't be governor. The Hey. and. You go do this right hopefully alone where. That you got yourself workshop. Classifies look before. Did release a statement where he revealed that he would be entering rehab as months passed he resurfaced in July on social media as he gave his supporters a special update. He said, you know with a lot of encouragement from family and the people who love and care about me also got into therapy where I could start to talk through what was going on with me during the season. Two Premiere of the Tam Ron Hall Show I've Tamra I never saw that she we used to be on CNN right now it was. It was good morning America wide I mean she got let go for the girl who did got fired and. So then she gave. A whole show. I never seen you guys like it. Seen, a few. Can't. Start. Listen. I support my African American sisters. She's done a tremendous job getting to where she is no question about sitting show. Well. He went on there and I would look. Officials season two premiere. So for two premiere, that's pretty right with A. I don't know. It doesn't happen. The last. Stages had this on route five and was he said he spoke on his sexuality and he said, you, just ask the question you put it out there whether or not identify as gay and the answer is I don't have identified as gay. But I do identify as bisexual which as we all know by Shawn Harvey's definition does not compete right? Right does not. This point. Let's let's get back to their bisexual if your if your wife was also with him on the interview, she said so many people just don't understand bisexuality bisexuality is just something different. I just believe that love and sexuality exist on a spectrum. All I care about is what's between us and agreement would make. Lesson his wife Gye Gillam. Die. Girl. was doing drugs. Right, do you know? Accept that Bose. Girl, you ain't. No, he was free. Delicious. So. Obviously he's not the mayor anymore. So he's the Mirrow, right? Why do you even trying to come out here and say all this just go to Rehab glib quiet quiet. First of all cine kill them if. That's what you sending. First of all, you hired somebody because he was trying to keep it from your wife right? We see you no doubt city first of all if that was me I'll you'll never see me again. We weren't going to see. A band. That must happen political world political career is over what are you trying to do right now? What's? Reality Show probably. Usually. When they start going on talk shows some is in the works I. Feel. There's no such thing as bisexuality and we know how you feel Sean. You Gay you're not. We support. The LGBTQ WE DO. We do. We got gotTA GAY cousin and I'm super liberal anyway from the Bronx. A lot of gay friends. There's no man on earth. That's GONNA hand. Tell me that they're bisexual. You my friend. Andrew Gillum. Right. You touched a penis. In a sexual way. You had you had a it was a social Of conduct with a man. You touch the penis. Gave Brooke. I would rather you just come out and just say you're among gay black man that loves the Pena's all you got to stop that by there's no such thing as by you touch a pain if you test the Pena's one time in your life. Your Gay You. Gabriel So like women can be by no no. No Sanctum Women's and same thing if a woman has an experience with a noblewoman once twice whatever you get to. College. You're again. About one time. The. Real Man oh man. I said. That is a cash on. A heterosexual man. Doesn't have thoughts of the Penis? Sexually To touch opinions or wind up in a three star hotel would hard by sexy white guy. And then you didn't want to clean it up by saying that you buy because you got a wife. Rome. First. Of all don't the wife the wife you got to go. This is insane. Unless. You're going to let them be free. Delicious. And by somebody. Do you going to let him bring another man in there why he smashing your husband you'll go watch him. No because she said I just care about the agreement we may. Right. So she's like I don't care what you feel aside, but you're supposed to be with me because the only thing. On thing, he's going to do in his mind. And it's a normal reaction for gay guy they attracted to him in. A marriage is not going to stop that. So you don't have that choice Bra. If, you get going out there and being gay world I respect you more for that. Then you have this family, get a gay family, get another get a hard body why got divorced that white you're start a family, get a dog your walkman living in the metropolitan area and be happy like the governor of New Jersey He. Actually, that do. That do look what crush dresser not on. What Senator Of New Jersey that got he got up won A. Cine, he got on a podium. With his wife standing in. and was like Y'all what's more? And I don't want this job no more and Steve over there. I Lo- Steve. As says, I love. Steve I can't Doodo more. Outta here why it was nice to know you and he went off with Steve and he still. was. He was a new. Jersey governor. Say He resigned I'm not making this up some chat with help me out James Edward. McGreevy. Sin Yet city served as the fifty second governor of New Jersey from two thousand and two until he resigned in two thousand four following the revelation of his extramarital affair with a gubernatorial appointee. Man But he fell in love with the city he resigned. That do is the utmost respect. What's his name? What's this guy's name? James McGreevy James McGreevy do have Sean. I'm from the Bronx. You have you Democrat. Dams. Back. Hold. James McGreevy you have my utmost respect. Because, you said, you didn't you didn't. You didn't do that whole passageway. Everybody, whole of. ICE Pitcher. Dude. That's right. Right Because you know what he did. He didn't do the situation he fell in love with a man that he worked with and got. This oppressed. You gotTa Youtube is a personal. He got up this out I'm gay. I. Of. Yawning. Let me live true. I'm leaving bash him. She the comparison to your boy that want to still be. With a man and still had their family make having his wife. Get Out of their. Baby Shaq Morrison born. Hi. This is Linda has everybody. -Ma-. I have. I. Have a question and it's been bugging me for a while. Maybe you can answer this Sean Jose. What is your man? A man who? Turned himself into a woman. But he's still likes winning. Is. He Lesbian or is he out? I don't I don't know what? Did. He have that slight hold on? Demand that changed himself into a woman. Right, yes. That man has sex with another man. Now Okay. So he's not gay he's dressing up as women. He's not Caitlyn Jenner transgender I don't care the home. Gender identity doesn't have to do with your. Linda. Linda God, bless you. Good to see you last night. Love you the deputy and singer wouldn't be on this show without you God. Bless you. Man. This is Linda may dress up as a clown woman whatever they want to they around here with speedily with roller skates on with a left. On the chest with a headband. If they're not touching that penis. They're not gay. Once they start touching the pain is and enjoying Pena's you're gay that's it. That say okay but but but Sean, this is different. This is not a transvestite. This is a transgender literally day became a woman. But they like women villa we must be a lesbian now is anyone touching penis? Nobody's is gay. If If a man I don't know it ain't a chat room if a man they say touching. Around. I don't care if a man is touching another man's penis. They're gay. But what is the point of becoming transgender? If you gonNa like women anyway, you might as well, just the main. Mom because it's about how they feel and. They feel like a woman they want to look like a woman they want embody woman I don't care about that longest if they dressed up as women. But. That's what she. Baby mess back for a transvestite will make. To dress up Maitland, maybe the man likes to dress as a woman. And have sex with a woman dressed up like a woman. Okay God or whatever. Long. Is that man dressed like a woman is not having sex with another man? WHO's not to me mom you need to ask. You'RE GONNA ask Shaw. Harvey. transgender and why they do what they do mom really. Up on the people that you could ask about that. person. By Train Your call. Ain't the one to ask for clarification. Accurate. Ninety he knows something that I didn't now. Those less than what you know. A lot of times with me with. Sal. Okay. So some time, I'm in the black and white with this. But one way or the other. I Sydney if you I don't know what they're saying the channel my my whole thing is this. If Shaw Hobby touches a penis and enjoy subpoenas and I'm gay. That's it. That's IT Gotcha. This No. Smashing a penis and then I'll go home to Tanya I'm in the home. That makes I'm. That's why. I'm sure you remember this James McGreevy thing. That's what I respect about this man he's like. Fell in love with another man. You remember this, Linda he got. He got up on stage. Look at is what? The wife was there. The inlaws was there his mother was there To Watch this. Mom. Hang Up. I'll show hobby wanted show hold on a cine. He had his mother there his. Her parents. And he said. I want you look down what he was asked to stay. On as hell. This guy former family. I Love James. Read it in two, thousand, eight. Nine he he didn't even finish his term and got outta there. Yeah. Sean hugging morning show cine bobby. It's Kerry. Meet Menia. Kerry Kerry Kerry, we're talking we're talking gay right now Gary A whole. Carrot Linens. Carrying out Mata in my mind my mind with this I I'm I'm old school. I'm touching this. On that. You know you know to each his own and McGreevy he was he's able to. Left off. Wait a minute. Wake southbound. But this city. City. Best I'm looking at him as a real doom. Yeah that is you. Live your life. Be Gay. Go out there vk don't sit there and hold your wife Haas's like Gillam right. Right. Man of low because he loves the White Pena's he ain't even got a job. All go play. You know coins. Insanely gave him no severance package and only that not only that he's a handsome gay black man. Right. Hand. Baloney, law bodies they look for those guys for. Real. There's not too many that are out. And then you've got the nerve enough. You can't even be a politician because you in a hotel I'm not saying politicians are hold any kind of certain standards. We see who the president is. But when you had up here and do you showed us a hole, we started to embrace you and show you love because he was one of the governor state of all you should have said it right there on gay as hell. We would we will rock what you he. He said. Listen I'm to for whatever this is all. I'm going to go out there like what you should have went to the James McGreevy started. School coming out of coming out being a politician. Carry. For down. You. See? W. Whatever? Business. We. Are. Getting back to what we were talking about earlier. We've got. We've gotTA clean up our own back a little bit with this because everything is now. Twenty Four. We talking about gay and the first thing that his and clean up the old. Only, you're on Harvey to go that way. Now, carry what do we need to do in this county before we take a break Sydney crazy story. And then we go play McGreevey press conference we. Hear what a real man satellite. Oh. Okay. We we need ignore what they're doing presently in north. Kenton County is Florida mccloskey's go. We go out there and killed them give them fuel for their fire. It's just going to build up even more stay away from there and most importantly we need we think our brothers or sisters on neighbors and get them to vote. Who Black and get this man out of. Everything else you talked about earlier with the Briana Taylor's from the. Warriors was one hundred percent correct. This is only the civil end of it. Religion is this you have a Republican lack, attorney general and Kentucky. said, he's not doing anything he's but needs to be voted out of office. Different. The state from beginning to end whatever gave them. The wrong address is the one that needs to be prosecuted. Whoever gave him the wrong address we need to go after them and then you you deal with the police officers now as far as it goes we need to keep doing what we're doing I've been extremely busy since I've taken all of this. If you don't know one of the things I have done is I put Al Resolution condemning racism in Northampton County and it went down with nine vote classes that. We've often put off I've also been sponsor of resolution who protect the LGBTQ community. Therefore their rights off protected i. Could help. Importantly. What what, what I in the middle of and we will continue to do is I've had conversations of of. Confident we're we're talking to all the police departments, Indoor Hampton County with the help the district attorney. So we have had courageous conversations with them. Twenty three times. We're going to continue that conversation 'cause that's important because there's something shakes loose in Northampton County they have my card, pick up the phone, call me. I will get there with the DA in. Harold and we will talk things out but let's not let's not have a lancaster issue that we got going on the list. That's what I've been out there doing this this. Jimmy. What we need not only. No. We need in the world we need to start doing that. You know there's things we gotta do. First of all, we need to make sure Donald trump does not get reelected. Even, if you don't like to vote for him anyway, if we don't, we're going we're going to push back with people's color. We get. We're going to get PAT toomey out the door and I don't care if it's me or somebody else wants to love. We need to get him removed. We start people off his action care about people back you're supposed to serve and not your own personal interest. Now sitting. On this show torrential IACOCCA's the electric physical carry out again, you are so focused you right there in in the middle of the battlegrounds of the all of this, we will follow you and we will vote accordingly right and thank you for all these initiatives that you're doing brexit Aj but you have a lot of power here brother. And I want to share this. Before we go, we gotta take a break. Everybody classification. Carry list. God bless you. We met you through barbeque. Listening singe as having her birthday on the twenty third. Right Kerry. is where we can have like a like a cine J. Day. Like What can you do for us? In North Hampton County. On October. The twenty third carried zing kind of web solution. To. Do Anything. Hockey, we get like a cine Jane Day. How does that work? How can we do that? Usually comes to your marriage. Awesome. We don't do things like that to carry. Mayors off. so He's given us. So we go to the mayor's office. What do we have to do to have some kind of Sidney J Day? For October, the twenty third how does that work? Your are your studio. So embezzling. Mayor's office embezzlement ask. So we go to the office and Bethlehem an axe him I don't want. To shortly. Point at something that has to be. Taken care of you have. On the ground, who is a city councilwoman might WANNA contact carpet there's only four. There's only four people if I'm not mistaken. In the Lehigh valley who are elected. Councilman and Tool though sex now county council we're committed you commissioner or county council the Level as a black woman that is up in Allentown we're room only four that are elected. So you need to contact ogre and find out what she can do for your she issue to your hub for Bethlehem up that way and let them deal with it I don't believe there's anything I can do from not. Doing doing great players, who do we have to contact original now who do we? Who Do we have to contact again to start this process? I would think you would contact your ears city councilman opened the grown city council. Woman definitely for Bethlehem older. Olga. Olga. Grown Negron. But thank you. We'll take a break it. We got the last words. We can. They find you carry and tell us what what's going on real quick before we take a break. At this point right now, I'm just going to continue doing what I gotTa do at some point we need to get on I need to get back with you on the election that we need to talk about this. We need to push this issue to the Max to make sure that we have people paying attention to what's going on committee because we. We're going to. We're going to lose the election we can't afford loses electric. Thank you. Let's class who carry thanks for calling Kerry. We we put you on the group as Macabre. But we really need to kill. Limitations diamond. Okay. Do. Megaphone people vote I will you Go do whatever you asked me this. Please right now. Air Directly, feel free to call me when you want me to come around and talk again, I will do that. We need to sit back and take me take people questions. They want to answer anything my way, but we need to get this taken care of we gotcha. What's the city council with? Is that the city councilwoman old wrong you Google that? Thank you. August. And? She's sick. We Need City Council of Betheleham right. Theft. Take care we'll take a break. We'll be right back. Okay. We're GONNA post your picture. Thanks for being our guest today God. Bless you. Call me when you need me again. We're going to call it on. All right. Getting Think. Yup. Yes carried support. Shout shout out the Golden. VESCO WE. WanNa call. Now, shot, I'd say you. Time to get up. We are back We'll do quick new CJ in. Sports when he got fast of the early, that's not gonNA happen. Right. Now, hit. ME. Shall we I'm going to take these candles. Are you going to bring us new ones to. Cine. Share. Already, haters. The money. I already paid said. I. have. Room but they so good I'm like addicted to it. We shall we can you give us some more for the room these things of a day when I was here late in J. Show. She. Brought him. She purchased. Shelby. Shelby's brilliant marketer does lead. Where you don't communication, we didn't know that I. Thought she was advertised business. You know show me what is was the next thing going to be here maybe I. Leave these take them, take them, take them. I'll be his shelby sitting. No today's Whiz here. Hear. Them all and now we're by the show about two more from me. Sitting. Sitting to she donated the to semi bought the donate the. Shelby put another two. How much majority. Gives two. Is. Like a lemon. Like. This. Patient, whose real quick this Does. Okay. Weird celebrity story real quick. So then we go we can get into sport. Screen Cook Louis Vuitton is charging a thousand dollars for a clear fe. Shield. y'All. Damn home. Depot. Shield in go Joanne get some elastic hot glue would call it a date. Louis? Vuitton will be launching a designer plastic face shield mask for a thousand dollars. Actually, it'll be retails for nine, sixty, one, the hard plastic covering doubles. It can be flipped up like a visor and it features Louis Vuitton embossed gold studs, a monogram elastic hedge fat and. In the brand's signature LV print. It will protect from will protect you from. Clear covering we'll transition from clear to dark and bright light. So it's a transitioning visor Louis Vuitton may be helping combat the Rona, but it seems that it may be out of the price range for some. Louis Vuitton looks like they're trying to capitalize off of the high demand for the face masks. So but at the beginning of the pandemic them along with other designer brands Gucci Armani Garen Prada. Per Dada Trodden. Out. They are retool their assembly lines to make. Such as math and medical thing and Louis Vuitton also donated twenty five hundred white cloth masks to MTA workers in May and manufactured hand sanitizer. Well, why don't you give us some free at right? Shawn. Heins Jones. Did you get a white mask from Louis Vuitton? Or. Now. Let us know exactly prentice he's more dumped for Frivolous Swan. Hundred to sixty one extra dollar if you have recorded before hello. Hello Let's go to sports real quick case. Center having to how how you doing good Morning Charlotte. I WanNa know siege as one of our radio personalities. We want to know how we can do like. How does that work when you do like a Sidney j day we want to do a day. Can You? Have Difficulty hearing you what exactly are you looking to I want to know how to do like a Sidney j day how do we? How do we deserve a resident that lived out here that that we love the death and we went to have a special day for her? How do we go about filling out paperwork to have a cine Jay how does that work? I I'm sorry a what kind of day like a Cindy J. Day. Celebration Day, how do we go about getting that day happening through the city? Definitely how does that? I'm not sure. So let me put you through to somebody that can help you save play cocoa. Let's go. Just a quick Miami. Let me say something about? The Miami Miami he wants to Boston. Office. Stephanie how you doing this is Shaun. Harvey for show Harvey Morning Show feature called. We have. The, money. Sean Harvey Harvey. We how do you go about having one of my co host they having a special day birthday how do we get some kind of proclamation day? Like how does that work any kind of forms that we need to fill out to have like a cine J. Day? How does that work like or name a street to somebody? How how do we go about doing that? Okay. So we often get calls from residents requesting that I special check under special circumstances like you know it's a milestone birthday you know. Or they something for the community You know something like that and then so I take down the information and then the mayor proves it and then we come up with a proclamation or citation. Oh. So He Just has to approve it right. So so how do we go about getting? These forms go online hundred there's no farm you can just you can give me the information and I will talk with him about it. Oh It's that easy. Now. Sure. Absolutely. Yeah. Well. My name is Shawn S. H. A. W. N.. Last name is Harvey Ha R. V. E.. Okay and say that ended up Lacey. EP. I am N. double ACP honoree in the POCONOS. In the Poconos you said. Hey, I live down here on the elbow. To. The young lady, her name is Sydney. No SINICA JACOB SINICA JAKUP's now as Sinica Jacob. No. Asking how she does a tremendous service here in the community. Of Him Beth. And says, she does a community service in the city of Bethlehem. Okay and did you say her name is Seneca C. N. N. e.? C. One. One and okay. And then the last name Jacob J. A.. C.. O. B. Okay I'm sorry it's a little. You're echoing a little bit. So I apologize I, want you to repeat everything. Apologize You. What's your name? My name is Stephanie. Stephanie. You. Awesome. People you seventy. Now, what else? What else do we need to do? So What is it? Can you give me a little bit about her? You know what? She doesn't community yes. She's a radio personality in a community she serves. The community as far as doing the radio, but she also does a successful book, drive each and every year. For the kids this shales kind of weird. You know with the the Corona virus, but she does a lot for the community with the kids. And you said like, did you say food? Josh. Book. Bags. So. Thank you Barbie a school supply book bag drive I know the window Tom is closed because we trying to do this on October the twenty third. Okay and. and. That's what she does. She serves the community book bags, backpacks kids lower. Okay. Okay and. So I can fill this information. I mean I can fill the mayor in on this information and then in order to do a proclamation or a or citation of some sort. So so you WANNA make it like Seneca Jacob Day in Bethlehem or did you just want a citation recognizing what? What she has accomplished you could we could whichever processes easiest with Cindy Jay's easier than a proclamation whichever one from your experience would be best for her. Okay. Thank you and what birthday exerts birthday birthday and she's just such tremendous person. She does a lot for the community. So she we just want to show him some. It, a significant birthday or what is the what number sending with number thirty, four, thirty four but just person just put smiles on kids for the last two years. Okay and. So. She gathers book bags and distributes them in Bethlehem schools or yes. Yes and in Pocono area yes. But mostly downhill baffling. And she is she a resident of Bethlehem? A. Stephanie, I don't WanNa live. She's not she's not a resident of Bethlehem. She's a resident of East Strasburg, but she's in Bethlehem every day doing a survey every day. That's actually actually down here. Okay. Now that counts but she's in, you know doing working city I'm just. Gathering the information I. Need Together. Okay, and what but radio station issue. On on the Sean Harvey Morning Show featuring the wake-up team. And broadcast on iheartradio. Awesome. Dot Com also on all social media pack platforms. So. If you if you type in the Shaw, WanNa Show Waco T and go to iheart. You'll see if you go to facebook you could just type in Chevy show your seat as well. I have to start listening to this what where do I listen to? You on a are you on Social Media And well, if you type in Sean Harvey morning, show featuring the wakeup team. Business Page and like it it would notify you every morning at seven. Am when we go live, we'll morning drop show is from seven am to ten PM to seven. Am Sa-. Ten Am Monday through Friday. Are Some can we and we we broadcast right here on East Elizabeth Avenue in Beverly. Great Morning. Okay Great. I'll check it out. Looking for something good to listen to and I like I. Definitely, like the work, she's doing his former teacher for many years I appreciate what she's doing for the students of Bethlehem. So thank you and. We donate it a tons of. School supplies to Marvin. Elementary. School over there on vk step. Go in that area. Boulevard right. and. All of that. That's wonderful. Thank you for doing that. That's wonderful. Thank you. We appreciate it. Stephanie I'll will up your day. Share this information with the mayor I'm sure He. Will be delighted to hear about it and The number I can give you a call back at I'm seeing on the phone as five seven. Oh. Nine, eight, two, six, nine, five. Is there a better number? That numbers good. That was good. That's the perfect number number. How do I go over I don't want to give you my personal number. That's the best number. One. Number. Number Five, seven, zero, nine. Six nine five zero yeah okay. All right and then So the next process would just be gathering information it much like any kind of biographical information. You WanNa give about Seneca, any specific information or? You know I don't know if they'd be statistics or like you know the the Marvin elementary was a great something perfect to to put in there and you know what she does and and then we can formally language and. Complete, the proclamation or citation depending on how much information we have proclamations usually very more indepth and kind of pretty much bought by graphical of the person's place. Almost citation usually is more specific to an action that's being done or has been completed and recognizing them. So it could be entirely up to you what you you know would we want to do but I thank you for this information and do you want to? Is there an email address? Yeah. say we'll give the email though. So. What's the show email? But Sean Harvey. Morning Show. At two MILE DOT COM. Okay, Schon? Jarvi is the morning show is the the? Yet put the. The Sean Harvey Has S. H. A. W. N. Harvey H. A.. R.. V.. E.. Y.. Show. At G. Mail Dot. com. I can citation would be more better right I. think that would be that would be easy anything. Bethlehem. Great opposed, and then now that I have your email address, I can reach out to you and then that's where you can send me you know. you can reply to me with more specific information. So I did I will talk to the mayor and I will get back to you I'm sure it will be but just get that approved, and then I'll be in touch with you. Definitely you are amazing in the day I mean for writers to warming, she get the date, the data's October twenty third. Oct Twenty third well the. No problem. There's plenty of time that great. All right. Let's let's Stephanie. Accessible. Follow shared a show hold the morning show legal team. Feel My. I am going to give you guys a follow I'd love to hear more about what you're doing so. And again, my name is Stephanie Ajello. high-speed lesson. A U. G. E. L. L.. O.. and G reach me at number, which is six, one, zero, eight, six, five, seven, one, hundred. And then I will email you. So you have my email address. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. We appreciate your consideration. Thank you so much and your time. Oh absolutely thank you for calling. Okay bye bye. Thank you. Up. And then. I don't have any biographical remain. Follow wait a minute wait a minute we went. Borough we went from. This is ridiculous to now. Grappling base that you're right. This is going Dow the city of Bethlehem we go. Have A. You're going to have a city James Day in this joint. When she his this show, she's not going to be plotted nothing. Well. I I would feel. Feel better petition I had to. She's like, no, we're just going to. Say Yeah we'll do it if. He's To. Be like. that. She got a book bag. Going to be like gay men with the game in Stephanie I, don't WanNa get fired. Don't bring this the matter. De Blasio Hey. Get it. Go fire her you don't. Those John. Drinking. Brain. What You, did I. Always that me on things and I'm like, Yo know I, say division whether they happen to not we try and guess what you have a cine. Cine J.. SINICA Jacob. Date for your birthday on October twenty four this. I. What can I say Sean Nobody's ever done that for me before Barwick any find. Catch Harvey Colonial Facebook by along designs on Instagram and where we call stylists is the design, the bay four on snapchat. You guys can find me in jail now. They run that rugged. Day On snapchat. We found her. Finally, and would you believe they call the bears? All right. Show your facebook show wholesale as we'll call it. A. Great Show today, we're GONNA go head onto the group sending up still suspended out the group. Sean maybe these fees. So go get on Outta here. Throwback Thursday tomorrow God bless you are we are out of here. Let's let me just play this. Sniff my. Talk. Going back and forth. Not what you're good. No. WanNa. Know. Back.

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S2E22: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 09/23/20

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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S2E22: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show 09/23/20

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Welcome to sharp one show featuring Dj co-host Barbecue don't where you get your morning started right only place on earth where you get you more than started right that chat room is open please show some love this morning or if you dare call the number five, seven, zero, eight, two, six, nine, five, zero, broadcasting live iheartradio radio, dot, com Sean Harvey one show dot. com. Comedy Worldnet Radio, Fan Radio Station to Shaw more show dot com also all podcast platforms and we right here on all my facebook law. So this only place on earth where you get started, right? Right. Why not CJ good morning on a weird Wednesday. s to the WNYC skin looking clear again as always God bless you jay good morning and how you can whining Sean I'm doing great and warning to everyone listening. We have a great show for you today on this weird Wednesday. We're going to get started with semi says where I will let you know what's going on in Hollywood and entertainment news you all do not want. To miss that Good Morning Barbie Good Martin Sydney Good morning everyone here in Bethlehem where we broadcast live till you from it's fifty four degrees going to a high eighty degrees today and it's going to be clear forty-seven in Strasbourg centers have will be the high and clear also and new a Newark New Jersey is having agrees with a high of eighty one today and partly cloudy in New York City. Fifty eight degrees mostly clear. And, seventy nine, we'll be the high Atlanta at sixty two degrees right now, seventy four for the high cloudy with a mix of Sun and clouds and a possible possibility of a little rain showers. This morning in Miami setting degrees eighty six would be the high cloudy but the Sun will be a little bit later and in Chicago is fifty seven degrees. Partly cloudy with peaks of Sunshine throughout the day and seventy five in Los Angeles. Ninety nine would be the high school be hat and clear. That's the way that I have for you are what's it look like where you are probably Cologne coming to you live in the show having WanNa show we city Jay will you WanNa start it exactly where you get your morning started right Barbie clones cj we had the morning buzz and I think I could see everybody before eight am of everybody. Will agree that they had will be buzzing before nine am this morning. That's why you guys show up and we appreciate your state toll for the morning buzz. See what else you have. Yes, and in the nine o'clock hour we have front-page news with sending you today where I'll let you know what's going on locally and nationally. So stick around for that. Yes. There would be harvey how the split show stay too. So don't go nowhere guys we do when we come back we'll shout out the room. Where's the heart set in the chat room? Please sing along when we sing our anthem that's what we do. 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That's right and you can hit us up on facebook at the open house radio show featuring DJ Rome and Ms de the doors are always open and we'll see you. The open how? Long. Can't. Get. With that, that was a treat for us that a DJ here that was DJ wrong. So we have back is a weird Wednesday. Wednesday. September twenty third twenty, twenty, twenty, three minutes out the walk back. Sean Harvey. Morning show features Jay law for host Bar Cologne way you want to start only place on earth where you get your morning star right chat rooms wide open up please call seven, zero, ninety, two, six, five, zero, my guy. I HEART RADIO RADIO DOT COM. Shall we want show Dot Com fan radio station comedy worldnet radio show him on the show dot com or cast platforms also right here on the Almighty facebook live four Charlotte Ron Bobby Cologne good morning on a weird Wednesday. How were you that skin looking clear? Chain. Good. Napster Nets is doing a lot for that skin. See this here quarantine. Got Me Napping here that got so much rest of my life. Per Hey I can take it. I can compete with the best I'm right about now here in Bethlehem, we we work cast live to you from is fifty degrees. The high will be eighty degrees today and it will be clear forty seven Strasbourg Gordon to a high of seventy, seven today and clear also. In. Newark New Jersey it is fifty seven degrees high of eighty one partly cloudy fifty, eight in New York City Sunday night will be the high and mostly clear low clouds. No rain. In. Atlanta, sixty two right now, the high will be seventy, four today and cloudy with a mix of Sun and clouds and a possibility of rain this morning seventy, nine in Miami eighty six for the high cloudy but the Sun will be a little bit later. So yes, for that. Fifty, nine and. Seven the high partly cloudy with some Sun later in the afternoon and in Los Angeles it's seventy five degrees ninety nine. We'll be the high and it's going to be clear. Best. Have you are look like where you are barbagallo coming to you live from showing heavy morning show featuring Cindy J. will you get you want to start? Where you get you WANNA start it right only place on Earth we get your morning started right we about the shout out the role want show is so chat room some love we got love for you guys each and every day without the chat room. We wouldn't be here say that all the time. So we appreciate. A before shot the I I want to give. To, my homegirl Bret barberie. Brett local young lady that live out here. Connie support of mind. But just a good decent person we had a she had a birthday celebration last night at A. Kumo right bobby that restaurant. Kumo. Kumo. Yeah. This is one of high in A. High End someone high end, the botchy hub icy spots. Not, the regular, the Chinese buffet. Botchy for for regular folk. Cayenne I like this how? Does A. Very. Nice. Very nice place. So a shout out to her her people's thanks for having US last night. So tired senior, I just can't hang out no more. So I give that to you like the Levin thirty last night was felt like three in the morning so. And then come in here I got here. You know doing whatever I'm doing here in Sydney walk in and Barbie walked in and Bobby says something very interesting for we shout out. Very. Interesting. I think she says she had took a took a CO shower. I know that's your city you can be you could be. The DOUGIE's of thugs. You could be a heart body thug. WHO. Third. With the dirty Thames Zone with the old fitted on ready to punch cats in the face every day. You could be the terror of the block. But that Doug can't take a coach our. For being city is cold water cold water in the shower is I think it's almost criminal really is. Bobby's experienced city kid you taken one before. Like wash, ass, take a coat like one of those type of. Cold showers. Have you been like five minutes on the coach our straight. Straight. See in now not not fully cold, but it was posted. It was it was a couple of degrees lower than like a lukewarm. It was cold. It was on the cold summer. Cool. Shower is different from a fog. WHO's Yo. Way To in the morning. That before we see why was experienced it gets weird because it's a shocking effect because you don't know if. You'll feel it. Hits your skin. I M not I'm from the Bronx. Even though we didn't have hot water some at some sometimes we're in the morning we're Balsam, would on stove and then we'll watch. Be Wall. Can't continuously staying I've only had to do that like twice in my life, but you gotta do it like What do they call those those navy showers we turn it on you wet your body who? Any red saw you hit the heck out of there in the hood we call it a Puerto Rican shower. No but to leave it on and just standing there. That's crazy. Bobby how was? How was your experience with that? Like how whatnot recommend to any? Did you have that optical illusion where the water's running and you know Dan Wells won't Mason you turn and you get out, you turn it on you go. Do. Real fast why he'd up you know it's going to be happy because you got water. And it is hot. It is like the shock of your life you scream. Like Oh, my God love murdered somebody just killed me. It was GONNA sail. What the Hell's going on right. It was a mess. You know what it is with the coast shower. That's shocking that cold water, his vulnerable party you buy like for. Area arm like that neck or if you if you do like a total like like a facial cling yes. So Put An. Giving me goosebumps because. It's triggering me back. Like. In my life when had to do that the gas? Tom. But I had to get to work. Could get back on. that. Happens to be with should before when I moved to the Poconos and I had this house for the first time, I never had a house I never had instructions. I didn't know what do we just moved it right and we bought the deep freezer whatever for her we left it out in the yard for three weeks get the roaches out. I wasn't bringing them. Deep. Roaches from the Bronx to the POCONOS. I. Is True still. Young but despite is killed, the I didn't know expires kill roaches. spiders killed Roach. All insect. Sean. That so bobby, even though I had that Dick freeze out yard for about a week. Still voted in the house knowing that there's still a roach to. then. There was a one or two left and the spiders killed because spiders in house. Kitten. Sending that that first year that moved to the POCONOS and all five. dumbest moving. See. I didn't know that you had to replenish the propane tank. Because I lived in an apartment for so long, you just pay the bill and all that. But. You didn't know where to go to like. I didn't even know what? For the house, so got to call my. City asked only for two. Weeks I didn't even know what the tank was out there. Somebody left eighteen. City when the tank was full, then it was like three hundred guy was a big would like the three five. To five hundred joins. I was a big house. Middle of the winner. Have a morning. Barbie to others not work out of. The. Nothing's work nothing. It's. I didn't even realize that I had to. Call The all New People. Yeah. So they can call income, for Yup. Thousand was so embarrassed to even share that my baby mother at the time. And you right. So. I see the propane company numbers all that stuff is right there. Quota y'all need some more that. Need that. We'd be out we usually do. City this this city this is by he go oh, we need eight, hundred, eight, eight what gap I thought that was in the mortgage. The mortgage I got to hand over. As. I've. You started breaking out your your your paper. Patron. He was just fine. From the rest of the winner is state of Breezy Sixty two. Last. Cook. Like. One sedan. Past. I could get my daughter. My youngest daughter was a baby at that time but it was Colin houses turned the whole like they were home in the afternoon I come home. From work at seven o'clock. She's like Gary. It was Co.. I look at the thing goblins my daughter she turned to take all the way. Koshi do go right. Why Outside of. Licit out just one thing that. Daddy. Daddy gotTA. Go. Wrong, say so you can stay see has this day listen baby listen baby. Has To say, Hey, sixty one. points. Bill. You free. Possible she said he won't get that. They've been booze. They told the baby girl don't. Get Mad at her right right. Well. He won't let you us and then like the number forty, fifty days, Aspen spent a number eight, hundred dollars, Yam people they don't even put that in the five print I lived in one house where it was a or U I said. Never, again. Gas. Ridiculous. Spinning aspect way more in the Daegu or what have what's regular gaze of course. I was like Oh hell. No. They'll tell you things about solicit stay. Betty State listen, listen stay stay in your apartment. Stay in vain if you go back if you got some regular written. Everything decent Hristo problems that he would have been pumping for thirty years. If I could go back. Let's say the ship is overrated. I'm sure. I had. I had this. I got the House I showed you. Masha Creek over there with Sydney's live. Won't Grove drive over there what China baby sitting his driveway was one hundred and twenty five feet long. What the Hell is wrong with my life. and His snow that year Oh six Oh, five or six dollars snow. Snow that year. It was a serious snow. Dome and at that time, the guy was seventy five dollars to to plow. Because I couldn't do. It was like from here to across three. Yeah but. The last three times I like my son. Don't come I'm not. Let it melt we wake the April. Driveway. Flat it was flat, but it had like a turn to we. I haven't driveway like that. You're you know the driveway at my data. used. To pick shovel that the shovel he used all day. He'd be like Oh you GonNa do GonNa Shovel, my sister's Grazie no would never do that. So. Tires live wherever you live. You can't afford all that. Because the the the The mortgage bobby is, let's say this list number. Let's just say. Fourteen hundred A month. Between credit like between two, thousand, seventeen, hundred. Down payment a little few hours. And then you've got, I just got a double up and add on another fifteen hundred. Ah It's GONNA be like if you pay fifteen hundred dollars mortgage because you drought a low. Thousand Dollars Down, because you acting real dope. You have right city that wouldn't be. Say. Everyone. Runner Poconos if it's a thousand dollars to that newspaper, lts they get you with that. Old. They go thirty. Thirty Dollars Dow. Thousand Eight, ninety, nine, a month. It's not eight, ninety, nine a month. Like add on another eight, ninety, nine to twelve, hundred more about. Yeah. You know when you factor people commuting and all that right. So if you live in these towns, that's why like the folks that live locally in the town look at us commuters and people that moved to New York like they craved because they live in the town houses the seventy five thousand dollars. And it doesn't. It doesn't cost nothing to lead, and then we come out here. Thinking, can we you know we made it? But if you can't afford it, God blessed by publishing if you can't afford it but put off and then what happened what happened to me a moved out had the house move out here at the house had to relationship relationship broke up. Now now now, one person trying to handle all this I, guess look it gets crazy. So you've got to. Have a strong relationship. To. Relocate people they move out their. Own, stuck up there all by themselves with. Always the women then Sydney. Sydney. Barbeque I would get in my car and drive to the Bronx for no reason at all. Because I didn't want to like why why did we do this But if you can't afford it. means. Rock out but know that if your mortgage is twelve, fifteen, hundred dollars a month. On right. And listen if I wanted to do all the extra. Extra. And hopefully, you might have if you. Have about ten g's on the savage right. Forget about a life insurance policy, you got the top. Ten Jesus on the side. For. All the other things that might happen yeah. What's your car right and if you don't have a car, you're done Oh, don't come up here. Come up here without. What? Mass transit is not existent. That's and that's in this area of the Poconos even worse. So. The, Pocono Pony right we did it on the show one day and I also wrote this bus down here. What is it called? Love. Lands, Anti. I'm telling. Stay pug in. New York City fresh. Jersey. Just, come appear on the weekends. Cheaper than living in New York. City known. Even, if you think about it, they'll doubling up the rent for you know one people are paying living in the city. It's less than that here even with the hiccups that you're. Getting off, you won't. Want me. They can get a whole five to. Fifteen hundred for two thousand and what Philip for eight hundred. Every other month or whatever they're making. Israel. The problem with people moving up here is that they don't get to enjoy it because they have to continuously back to wherever they're going to work. It doesn't pay. You can't enjoy the house that you're living in because you're constantly working because you can't live and work in the same place. I think that's the biggest downfall of living in this area you don't get to enjoy it. So it was like, what's the point? Of course, we go one more time to see effects for shot after kids suffer. Right does just what I was GONNA. Say. There's not the for your kids to do besides shock because the. Northampton County. Your kid it'd be the top fitting ordeal out here why your punk ass for. The bus driver. ME, forty two, hundred dollars Oh my God. It's crazy. It's crazy. We'll. Paying down there. All right. So same city beloved is painful. It's still the same thing if you moved to the house. Apartments small he will go. And that's including our. Own yesterday. To. You home with. Somebody, who's shovel the driveway and lead right? Right. So say simple you say here the Pocono area and the Lehigh Valley. If you have a mortgage for forty, two, hundred dollars off your right you you can get. You. Get A triple backyard right? You get, you get the pool of forty two because that's gotta be a million dollar. House. Thousand Right you get to slaves but. We don't want. Due to. Say but now playing. While working. Late. I want my great. Great GRANDPAP. It's still it's still a say. If you pay forty, two hundred dollars in mortgage. That's gotTA. Be a five hundred thousand dollars better right where we agree with that I still gotta tack on the extra to lead you to a number forty, two, hundred dollars still pay pay zoo got to pay the tax bill got paid the. Houses mostly give you gas. Yeah. So It's. I mean I'm glad I'm here in Pennsylvania. But if I was. Back again, I would probably stayed in the New York area. If I would have played the cars again because. Winter said happened to me I. moved out there sitting I had to commute every day for like three years. I didn't I wasn't even there. My Baby. My baby mother law was some dude in the gym. Shoe story facts I said it all the time. I started doing stand up comedy. Was I was I was leaving there. Yeah. My mom was like never own shoes always on it was you know that was a mechanic so he was able to find work up here. So he was able to be with us. But. That's another thing don't dictate. You will move to the Poconos you could be it's a small percentage poconos, the valley wherever out here. I would say is less than five percent chance that you can relocate Barbie Cologne and have the same type of job you had in the city out here with the same salary. There's a five percent chance of you getting that. I. Think the medical field is kind of running close with. Five dollars less but the cost of living would drop dramatic shut off. The minute. Shaw. Good Morning. This is what you. Johnson. City point. That's right. How's everything? Good. How are you doing down there? Did you get hit with any of that ranger? Guys about my Pocono area. Amount. Creates crazy. Here. there. Well you know I like he was saying that I took my children out of Brooklyn New York. And brought them to the Poconos for better. Better of the their life that they could possibly has and I bought a home and like showing say propane tank septic tank I know nothing about all that stuff. But you know thank God I was able to. To work my way through just ask questions and and and and learn that lives in you know I was successful at doing like Sean. Said you know if you? We didn't spend much time at home. You know. But I was successful tonia seventeen years in the POCONOS. And I raised three children. They're all of which graduated from high school there. and. It became hard after a while but. It was a lot of work and it was worth I. believe it was worth it. New York City was crazy at the time. You know. Clo Yes. She she figured out the blueprint. And it worked for her. and. It took city for me. It's a least six. Six Months Barbie Cologne six. Year window just to get the New York on me because I couldn't. I couldn't adjust to. I had a neighbor that lived a quarter mile down the road I went from. Lebanon. tremont. In the Bronx Morris Parkway and living in a building where was the bus stop in front of the tenement building a gas station cost. St. Chinese restaurant. Bodega that. So now what I walked out the building I saw a thousand people every day. Up here. Definitely, you definitely missed the convenience of New York. That's that's one thing that you do miss you miss the convenience of it and it's it's you know it's an incident adjustment but in spite of it all I had great neighbors and they help in any way they could you know and You know you know nothing about a well and a propane tank and You know you're right in where we did. My husband and I we just we did some research and We made it. Well, we got what they call American home seal. Everything now. If something breaks become and replacing for course. And you know we just made it work because we wanted we wanted different children you know and. So was the. Was the so if your mortgage was the Mortgage. Thousand Dollars. How much extra did you have to double up that we're talking about was all your bill Actually. When we when we first moved to the Poconos, I bought that I, bought a five bedroom home with a pool and a line property At my mortgage I think it was like eighteen hundred dollars a month. had to commute. We started off you know driving back and forth to New York and my husband couldn't do it anymore. He was like this is too much. So he would stay in. New York our other apartment. And I with comeback the PA every day just so the girls would have some type of supervision. And Once we started doing that you know we stopped paying babysitters and. This things you know it can work. You know forget again we we we commuted from York and we both had good job. You know. That brings up to because my mom she ended up. Like subletting please to. Yes. Please Sir in the city she had to because some days when we had really bad snowstorms. She had to stay out of the city she was paid on there maybe four weeks sometimes. See. Our beloved audrey and the husband was making money they had an apartment. In Brooklyn. How long did that before we'd say we got. How How long did you department? Actually have an apartment, I had a house in Brooklyn Tony. The reason why we moved out of the house in Brooklyn because. We it was just too much going on it. You know we got tired of hearing the gunshots in the the the the ambulances and police cars, and you know, and it was just really a real like. Night every night you know and we one night we just we just sat up and we listened and we decided that we just want better for our children. And and I did some research and my husband said, you know you do the research and you figure it out because he was told me that he was like, no Pocono Nah I'm not doing that. And then when I when I when I took him out there and we looked at a few houses. and. We found this one house. It was it was absolutely gorgeous same and they wanted at little or nothing for it. You know. What town was this town was this Poconos with district? Strasbourg. Strasbourg. Still I it was right up right up the road from Penn State. I don't know if you know we're tennis stages but. Right. Up The road from Tennessee in the back in the woods back you know. And It was. Good. And I think we paid it two hundred and forty thousand foot. Wow See. They I was caught in a predatory loan. Back into the Those things. City city. I pay two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for a house that was only worth thirty thousand dollars. Yes, IT'S A. Federal home with. An Acre and a half of land that was manicured. It was beautiful. Beautiful home it was it was worth it good. I mean and then. After after a while it became difficult only because of the fact that you know as the years went on started costing more. Before we let you go. Everybody's or Jonah. Form. Channel No. You said, there was a lot of gunshots in Brooklyn. Neighborhood is this. That's fine. That's fine. Between patron and Ralph clever that. Outlet. I'm a girl. I'm from Brooklyn I you know I've I've I've owned homes inter-clan I lived in Brooklyn almost all my life. I was born down south but I lived in Brooklyn all my life. You Know Brooklyn is I got my roots from I'm okay with Brooklyn but I know that it's rough and I didn't want my daughters to have that. One a little bit better for them. Let's clap for on on. What we do is with that thanks or you we appreciate you we go. We. Poconos if you don't, if you don't have it together. It can be real rough. So we do this was shot when we Come back morning drive. Thanks. It. Thank. Your Parents you log. Padre. Sunny. Use Use. From the. Out Watch? Writing Corrupt. Ask. Here, the locks radio. Squid. City. Often. Traffic. For the next. Everybody knows. Everybody around the World Book Live. Is Don't be afraid to speak this. Have a good time going to play some good music some unreleased. Material. And this is it Louis Big Alive Radhia, the lots radio was doing it. Big. 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This quarantine, these napster. I. Didn't get the notice quarantine is over. Hey listen. Guys come back because our team. Last one we really do want to know who the last person I think. It'd be Leshan Brown Oliva. Goes. It maybe I don't know if she. She does he we we've been venturing out. Because I was very concerned. That's that's a barbeque clones best friend she been up here in beverly broadcast live. So you from fifty four degrees right now eighty, four, the high end clear and Strasbourg it is forty nine degrees. The high will be seventy seven today and it's going to be clear. And Newark New Jersey it's fifty seven gone onto high eighty, one partly cloudy fifty, eight in New York City fifth of seventy nine. We'll be the high and mostly clear in Atlanta is sixty two cloudy mix of Sun and clouds with the possibility of rain this morning and seventy four for the high in Miami seven nine right now, eighty six for the high cloudy with some Sun later. This afternoon fifty, nine in Chicago seventy nine with the high partly cloudy with some Sun later on in the afternoon and in Los Angeles it's seventy five degrees. Ninety nine will be the high and clear it's going to be happy. That's the way the half where you are, what's it looking like where you are barbecue coming to you live for the show from the Sean. Harvey show breach for Sydney J, we get him on and starting right exactly. We started right why not sitting? Well, we do right now we'll get into this why we here with Cassini says We get into some front page news we get to sports we get out of here. So let's talk right now can't do the show without say that a thousand times. Some sunny. Probably see started doing radio she again she went radio contests still can't get over. And they had a call in competition and her mother insisted on and and Priscila called in. She people of East Strasburg. Or eight people called. And she wanted to contest over two of other like like young. Young ladies in Pokemon. She shining I actually I actually was listening I heard that that show that you. Really did. You you're listening that day. After A. Long She bus she had these shorts on barbeque on. A. Radio station I was in an illegal station. Call letters and everything that was horrible. West he I did he. Lays. They actually. My memory that was like this time. In Two, thousand, six, six, seventeen. Sixteen. You have blossomed this radio personality veteran mayor from. Sinisa sit there and do the We first started the show because she was a contest one. She was there on time she was ready. was going to build his empire city tape podcast. and. Then once you got started linking up and I started yelling all over the place sending Zach with. This is not radio. This is not what we. Used to do like traffic. Traffic weather and all type of crap. Bad Right. Yeah that was that we got the hell. Yeah Yeah Road has led us to Barbie. Cologne. And we are so blessed to have Bobby Cologne with us in this journey, right? and. It was. The road is a fresh air. Yes Barbie. To definitely, let's Can't. Thank you. Look like Barbie. This barbecued showing up because. GonNa do. US One, the Barbie turns the. Our covered with the blood. With Bobby Cologne. Do with a train wreck. There was a train wreck. But that'd be on unsown story ten years from now Z.. Date Yeah. UNSUNG. Billionaire. Not speaking. THREAT IT'LL, BE A. Book. God. Bless you signature go. Suzy Bar. Yeah. Okay I say. Yeah, we just we so grateful to have you seen. Those. Be Nice. I'M GONNA. Give you guys some entertainment news. Really quick. This. Yeah. This is actually pertaining to. iphone users since android users on have access right now. There is the Unical Consortium, which is the nonprofit organization that is responsible for Emoji standards and new releases just announced over two hundred new emojis, the way, and they're more diverse than ever. It will be released throughout twenty twenty one in a limited emoji thirteen point one drop the updates are set to be available on smartphones anywhere from January to October. Of next year among major additions include an attempt at creating a gender neutral person with a beard rather than allowing a seemingly mail option or the attempted gender. Inclusive design offers three variants of the beard. Okay. A person with a beard. A woman with a beard and a man with a beard with the person option meant to represent those who identify as being gender neutral I. Mean I think it's real intricate for an Emoji when considering the men isn't living the separates and emerging from a woman like how are you GonNa make the gender neutral. They use the same face for the man and the woman emoji anywhere besides the hair well, because I'm just GonNa, give you continuing. Shocking shocking news because there's only men and women here. Additionally. The largest part of the. Women and everything else started happening. A largest bill breakdowns and men and Women Shaw. The largest part of the. From Yourself, you way save me for myself. You by the US saving me for myself. I'm I'm I'm more I'M More ultra-liberal than half you people in that chat room and then this, you can't say that and then. Men and winning. With the phone cheese. US. Now. We got a woman would have bear as an EMOJI. Hey. I mean why you shot. Offer. Okay, the Paik the pain. Marriage as the conservative. With the beard. Women women going get bs anyway winning sixty this. Is already. Every I am on my way. Got Another thirty years ago. I. Well they have wax. What I'm happy about that two hundred of the two hundred and seventeen new emojis are dedicated to skin tone variations right now I mean right now you can change the skin colors for this single emojis. But if you have a family Emoji, it's all still just yellow skin tone. For. The update will allow the skin tones to be used as an option for the multiple. An option which is also allow for the depiction of interracial relationships and different kids you can make them different colors. So. You can really customize your because all minds like black people. All mines that I can meet. What are they going to change this for my family's a woman with? Dr Skiing Bothers Damn near White. You can change it. I don't know when it's coming out for the ANDROID. tells. You. Still, get the boxes. cursor whatever. y'All be able to change here families till like two thousand one. It takes out but guys for that drop. So. Cine before she starts stores, you had to throw it out. This is the only one in this room with an iphone wasting time and not only that she has an iphone she has to iphones. I phoned, right. What are you? Still with to our phones. She still don't have enough phones the android still beating her initials. Because there's four android. Barbie little tablet here. So there's five android higgins your to nap. Cindy. All leads to something them. Okay. So it's still we. All right fine. We still have four android and IPHONE. So we still went then on top dad's. Philosophy's been changing ally last days. She was a guest big business. I. iphone The apple was being sued for billions of dollars for trademark infringements with Cindy. Read this. Story a few times this young lady that. Books to Trent from corporate but she around what to iphones to phone that That apple has been sued billions of dollars bryce any your own story now. If you allegations on found. When, we have. The. Frivolous losses okay and then and then barbeque alone even though share your stories. Do you really think that because the iphone in these modes coming out I okay. They come out I on the. Phone platform on the Apple. Right. You don't. You don't think that in the number thirty sixty days that it will be an some kind of generic form on the ANDROID Barbie. Unless me with. Narrative form we'll take it glitch and take it. Do you really think that we Three years. So I can get an motion with a female with a mustache. It's not gonNA take three years for that. You're going to come out you're going to break out the champagne living your best life. When does it come out sending? January twenty twenty one. Okay. I'm not guaranteeing Barbie Cologne. April twenty twenty one. The April twenty one city. The asteroid will have their version of what I'm talking about right now sally. emojis is life right now you young folks Eh. Tom I reply back in Emojis, can you guys make me emojis? We can make the Emoji of yourself. You can make an Emoji of Yo. So we will have that ninety days after the fast. The city live your best life for ninety days just get I phone you. Know now now because ninety percent was free pay I'm good. I enjoy all day long. Now let's take a consensus number one, I phone number two Android, right? Yeah. Put another one. If you have the IPHONE number one, put a number two. If you have the android right is am I saying that Right Barbie? Tooth android right one for iphone to. For enjoy cine. Cine. SINISI. How would you feel ninety days from now? When our beloved androids have this same feature, you just read interest though it. Going to be as any OH, hey, don't hate don't. Talk and. Thank God for these emojis because we need to live we we can't. We can't live without the EMOJI. That this would happen three years from now this would be ridiculous. Today, each and every one of us. I can say ninety percent of US using Emoji at least once a day or when we correspondent with each other. Yeah. Would you agree with us? Any speak fluent Emoji? Read. Things. figured. Sometimes only respond right. Like why I'm ascended again, that's right. We're GonNa hit you six emojis. ABC Flare. Up. Also, good for concentration right now sending. The interracial movies and the family and changing the shape of the Emoji to your preference is a beautiful thing. Instead of the Babylonian putting at Black and white thing up there, it's not a good look. So. Let me tell you something. Rivers are women with a moustache on Suzanne with A. Keep these emojis coming. Because they're going to get more ridiculous as the years go by. And you, right. Can you put of can make an emotional your face right now sitting? Yeah. Are. You a you but minds I you know I'M A. Warped view of myself because when I make my Emoji I've made this I've tried to make this Emoji of myself. Several times and every time I do it my friends are like Nog girl that don't like us. All Look like they're shots, Veneta that are hers looks exactly like her son sure city. Let me let me Vanessa Send Me. Send. Me Emojis I can show quiet room put a group of. Put it in the Senate. Let me let me see you. Do you have your? EMOJI. Know. How To make? Let me see if I have mine I make right. City if you don't mind. Next door. You say you want to go to another story take a break. Okay but. Sydney. Because out of Barbie that is true to our love to try to make an attempt of an Emoji of myself I mean this this is what I made. I. Let me see look. At something. Shorter Barbie I saw. Give. Me All giving here. WHATEVER SEAN SHUT UP It looked more like Linda. I think I'm thinking about getting a Microsoft duo to. See this. Right that thing is like you have to. Green and I think he's show better was the wave of. That's one of the things that's like me saying, hi, but I can do anything I can make it talk I can what? Yeah I can. Yeah I can talk and it'll talk like. ME. Bad I got him up at. City. Rock that. It looks weird. It doesn't look like me is nobody likes my friends like it. They're like that thing is scaring me. June hopeful. Because you. Signed. Your. Tanya Paul down in. City it does look like you. How perfect can Mosey of yourself look anyway really been. Kind of close up a lot of them like my friends I wish they could show me them. They look exactly like down the way. Yeah. But how did they make them talk us City listed about this. This is the let's take about this. How can you have an Emoji? Look like yourself? That's all right there. City. That's impossible. It's not impossible. I must have an Emoji looked like yourself. So you try to get to the closest variation of yourself, right? Right. So so city, that's you accomplish that now because it doesn't. Oh Yeah. Look look look at this one look at us. That looks like her. Let me see. Excuse. Another. Glasses. X cannot show. Oh, my Gosh I can show it to everybody because. You want. Adrian said Adrian Katie said there's a new upcoming where you scan your face and make your own Emoji. Oh. Cool. Is that on Android or the IPHONE. Far She as she is she let so. Let me see you can guy. And like I said, it's just the. The closest representation of yourself isn't. This is a my fav-. UNEDITED Jordan okay. That's that's close enough her. She doesn't really good and let's say turn. Her. Way and. Yeah. That's not wish. Her. Her. That's the closest version of her. That's the same thing with you can change how. Does that pitcher looking like, Cam That's so funny. It's hilarious. It's because they don't have. They don't do full Afros they need. That's what she needs to do. You need to work on your ethnic hair styles apple. Because the one that you're giving are like weird and the corn roles would all this Ai Ida, stop making them look like long Plato snakes. Okay we WANNA see the platts about taking bobby suggestion and putting the BUP. Oh. Oh. Oh, a different hairstyle. We'll be mostly I wanted to like me. So I mostly have a but I can always change city. To, look as close to me with. George Henry and all lovers or others. Can We? Stop Minute. You are not going to look exactly like yourself. As close. As possible for care exactly right. You said. Yourself Cartoon Characters Sean and the guys always come I. Really Good. If you had iphone, we make one I saw I'll be able to make one in ninety. She does. Telling me what she has the new one she has like hot phone this too. Great to us that I get your phone she doesn't want that she doesn't want nothing. She's one of those masterpieces. Motors, you can make one to I. Don't know if she has the ability. So you guys make sure that what else? Look. I'm sorry Gucci. Releases. Seven. Hundred seventy dollars grasped stained jeans as part of your as part of their fall collection. It's currently selling grass looking jeans or as Gucci. Markets it Eko washed organic demand pant their seven hundred and seventy dollars a pair. The jeans are deliberately stains look like you just rolled down a grassy hill or did some farmwork according to the product description? The high engines are specifically treated for a stained like distressed effects. So they're saying you know if that's what you into the grassy look doesn't start and stop with those jeans. Gucci. is also telling the pair of Denim. That are similarly grass deigned for fourteen hundred dollars on its website. Gucci previously sparked backlash when it released eight hundred, seventy dollar pre scuffed leather shoes people have also ripped Gucci. For the cost of their distressed Geno on that distress damn. Okay again. Once again. Okay, good. That's great that okay. Everybody all our entrepreneurs in building. Okay. Gucci gave us a little roadmap going out there and take some jeans run of we got barbeque loan. We got a grasp field, right? All right. Take a whole bunch of jeans and we'll put him up there and rub up against the grass. Colonial was seldom right and shame on you if you don't buy. because. They're gonNA sit there and buy grass stained jeans from. Gucci. Seven hundred dollars there is something wrong with your mind and on top of that and I hate no nobody that wears Gucci I had Gucci back in the day to. I, still need to know who's on that board. Minorities on that board. Here, here's Blair jeans. First of all, they look ugly hail illustrate laying in the crazy thing is please go out the. Day. Behind only stab. Lanes no flavor nothing I'm not hitting on anybody's business I wish. I don't even. If I I'm a I'm telling you right now. These are ramblers. That's. Like the old school listen listen take if you have any Gucci. Or if you have a GUCCI PATCH Go Online and get your Gucci Patch. Desert Patch. Get you rang Lozada Walmart Weber. Go. Running out of ideas like I just wanted. WHO said they are running out of this? And then who approved and why in a global pandemic that we all over the seven hundred eight hundred dollars is people get these haloed check they getting coins real doping splurging. Now there's also there's also a percentage of the economy becoming that people can afford. This has nothing to them, I, get it and God bless you On top of that, we still need to know what the Hell is going on. We please research I need to know if that board that Gucci Board has since the time again in trouble with us that they hire anybody. Any. Black folks in any Latinos that. Don't come out and throw a eight hundred dollars gene with grass in my face. And still you still in Rome Italy wherever your world headquarters is. Black person say. A separate deck with Dan. From, Hall. Where he wears all Gucci they pay and God bless him. And we never found the outcome of their little POW. Wow you're. Getting this money I'm not mad at a book of it in him like I don't want no mascot who's on board and I said I respectfully to Dapper. Dan. And then you come out with. The shales thousand dollars. Thank. God that was that was nonsense but. Again I respect Gucci for their standards Sydney Okay Bye. Bye, we do have choices but cine. Seven hundred fifty dollars for. The past coming from. Put some horse manure on it to make it a G. And cine with. My kids. When, they're like doing community service now. God bless the percentage of folks that can afford this. They could go to the store and bought seven hundred dollar jeans like fifty dollars I get it. But If. Someone else. I will young entrepreneurs out here. Take a pair of jeans and put grass on. And they try to sell it online whatever. US. Black folks will want. Support. And I'm just keeping his so real. then. Gucci come out with the same gee. What kind of gene is this? What type of material is? Okay. Listen Dooley's. Research Nj, going off the top of the head pause. Say Gucci paid. A hundred dollars for the gene. Right on a on the wholesale. Okay, get your money because you got a profit out I get it. And then you mark it up seven hundred dollars because your door unless your brand. Good. And one of our very own entrepreneurs come out here. Black folks who do the same thing nobody won't buy it for seventy dollars because the name they paying for that you pay for them and I get that. But be mindful of that black folks I'm not hating on Gucci you wear Gucci where somebody give me some Gucci. Where that far. Back but don't sit there and run around seven hundred dollars. Worth of genes would you have all your entrepreneurs online trying to sell whatever they're selling out of an the? Of the materials really good and we bypassing. And City who is still on the goal she sending help me out here. Is this. Still. Zip Ladder as anybody plaque of an indepth Dan God blesses man a legend in the hood the Flyers Dude in Harlem in New York City he come which used the term that dripping edits dripping. Dripping right city. DRIP. Had A drip in ninety eight A. Penis. Had A drip and I had to go see how? See. Mash Line team. Now. 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The posting said, the company is seeking someone with a love of the outdoors and a strong sense of direction. The main things we're looking for a deep appreciation for nature, the willingness to hike to the perfect photo op and the ability to capture engaging content for social media and love of beer. Of course, the parks to be visited by the CEO include Yosemite Sequoia Joshua Tree Big Bend and Sa- guero national parks applications are being accepted through September thirtieth. So. Please go to Michael Ultra on their instagram on their www. Interesting, and if you have a love for the outdoors and you want to drink nothing but Michelob ultra pure gold organic light lager. Please sign up. Isha. This sounds like something for you girl. Annual confer a little adventure sign up so mickle paying somebody fifty thousand dollars during bill. In national parks. To go together is that allowed to say no alcohol right they usually. and. This isn't the west coast of this country on fire. I, don't even know what he's sparks. Still Certainly. smokey. Okay. Don't be name. Who? Now we movies smokey. Okay Do you drink beer Lake Heinekens and Drink drinks barbecue. Every now and again. So put on the board step one chatroom if you drink beer, put a number two because. Do you how much of this big consume thousand dollars and this is for one year, right? No for six month. Wow CESSE MON traveling. Slots. Is Fifty th take. Yeah well, you know what they just wanted to I think it's more getting the photo op. Like you need to be constantly posting in this camper van with these bottles I like posting they need you to wake up in the morning be like he should I drink for breakfast and like show like beer. Like stuff like that, they just want to do that. All Day I don't think you really have to be like drunk all day. Right? Do not get caught out drinking annouce right You better go to the bathroom if you want to SIP. Cope. So some water, right I used to love drinking beer. 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And it was a very interesting interview with Rodney see would you agree cj? Yes I really liked now part two is going to get it was going to call left real crazy. So please your guys tune in to little. Rodney see funky four plus one more. That's tomorrow and also tomorrow the return of open mic colonial. WE HAVE WE'RE GONNA come out with just gonNA, come out the gate with a bang. Our beloved Steve Williams everyone will call in That's Natalie Turner's husband. Here, calling, we're going to interview him for many has a big show coming up virtually on facebook and you know he's GonNa hit us with a few. This guy can sing his ass off. So, please if you guys know Steve. Wilson. Your. Steve Williams. You know what it is So Rodney see low right see four tomorrow. In the eight o'clock hour. And then we'll. Open MIC with the one and only Steve, Williams? All right. We need to see the hearts in the chat room. Before we get to front page news with Cindy J. We you know what we do here the only place on earth. Right. That's right. Please telephone Tele French share like the show harvey morning show featuring Teen Group page and business page only place on earth. We get. You want to start a right why not I need to see those hearts in a chat room right now on his second shift heading onto the. Getting Ready to get out of here soon, because we leave early today, we want to show them some love in the. Way. Heart. To Heart. Talk. Offense to let's go. Hey. Is At. With A Win. Win Our. Own. ooh. Hey. Hey Hey Hey Hey. Hey. Arts at. Chat. Room. Apart. Fact. Theft. Access Cindy, let's go turned out. A. Win. A hard time. Red Heart set. Heart turned down. were. Yeah Hey. Hey Who? We had we had our girl Diane. Diane. Hall. In the building Good Morning Diane. Jessica. Wilcox's subject Jessica. Della. Andrews is in the building good morning della me Kaya farm is up and hear me. Kyle Hey. Okay. Cyrus. Got Any city though. Get complacent. Relationships man and as is. you know like the other night i. wanted to smash towns like not nonsense going sleeps diet. Right save lives all day. No. This is not how we started Asahara started out. City. Everybody wanted to go to bed. And it soon, as soon as a soon as bobby. Like. Just three hours ago hey. Honey? Hey. Now, we need. HABE. Can winning. I don't WanNa hold up this show. I, love sales guys glued to the giant flat screen and at one bedroom apartment in they're. Talking about hey hey, I'm going to see him in a little bit. Okay. Cool. George Henry is in the golden handcuffs. Younger nut is here what's up young good morning. Allen a suave a McAlister junior. Hello Mr Swabi. What is what's going on with that SOI? Soi they how do you prefer we pronounce it? While they. Just. Went a room for a second. Jamie. Real. Real. Real. POPs in. Relationships a heart these days. Jamie. Not. Be But. Not Now love. It will put that poison. James there'd being minister fly J. as you know Jamie got. Customer. The act so fly. God, bless you change. Net Net net. So Rhino is in the building good morning. Wisdom Queen Diane. She. Like last week she says, she got our changed. She. said she wasn't going to be in for a month, Sean. Check. Up Tober tenth or something you said, she wants she made a big announcement. We sure did and she put it in the group. She's working. She cannot be with us. Right? She's busy. At her and her Mr Send their love she's busy. Yeah You Are you trying to call her. You know she's going to be like shot why? She wanted to help pick up because she's not with your shenanigans go ahead caller. Call. Go Answer, right? She's. been. She's about your Koi she about. New You a new era a new day. Not. Today. She's go look at her phone and say not today say. The. ally. Sharana down in. Here. Hello. Hey, money are you going? What's going on? There Evans is in the building. Hey, Derek Nicole. Cooke Queen. I'll just just been notified of absence. I just realized that jumped up I noticed. Dollar. Exactly we. Just hang up. I don't. Off. Yes. Own. Back. MISSED IT Diane. Diane. Him We knew it was going on, Diane what the Hell is going on why not show it was. A you. Okay. Yes, I am good I. Am good. My schedule had changed a little bit. And Avenue Mornings. Do some writing. So I knew that I would be able to be on the show oil or literally popping. The pop back out. So I said, let me just take some time to do I need to do. And that's what I've been doing. Die. When. Not that you wouldn't know. Exactly right. Diane Diane, whatever you do I know what you're doing important. When are you done? So you could get back in the chapel in chat rooms out of control. Call saying. Diana. This chat rooms like this sounds like Jerry Springer. He's still here. K.. Queen. I know you smile on your behalf and either here you. Know. Hey crawl. Dying, what are you coming back? I'LL BE shitting according. To be back. Soon. Maybe you need to move to afternoon writing. Evening or opening writing. When you come to that. This this is. City boy. This is absolutely too long. She's busy pointing this. Feel it yesterday I was like Queen Thank you sir. We. Give. No. No tentative date. Can you pencil in in? When are you coming back? I saw. Write this down today. Vet What's IT GONNA come back next month but it looks like I'll be back let September twenty eighth because you asked. September twentieth. Said next month yeah. She said like. No. No No, no, no, no no no queen with. Harvey summer break. The fall. Really Great. All right listen modify schedule if you don't mind you back. Is Twenty eight and. We'll be back in the studio Monday. Going back to you writing see. Foxton. Enough with this. Much amount. I can't wait for you on the twenty eighth. Anybody everybody all. Okay. Queen. God bless you. You only cleaning in this chapel. Are Clean. And Metronet you the Queen Diane's starts don't Joe politicized the whole thing. The right. Now, I need you back in his chabrol. Okay I know you're doing great things. God. Bless. And you back in here. Because it's a what did I say before there's a few members. Queen is one Prince Cox is another. That when they're not around, it gets really weird. You see I stop this cold entire show because I need to talk to you. And Listen We. Spoke to the Queen in this thing right now CJ comeback small I've made. ME. And this show from seven am to ten am and thirty more minutes or forty five minutes be nice right I need back in his thing. If you don't mind I'll. See you on. Monday MS comfortably I. Can't wait for Monday clean. What a great Monday. It'll be a goblet. I feel better. Going, going back to you writing goblet. Well. Thank. Greco. Nicole Harris is here. Hey, Nicole Cristiano Sealer. Rooney is in the building good morning and Crystal Tanya is here Hello Tanya. The chatrooms turning on you because you didn't call them. Queens. US that they're not queens. All these beautiful black women in. Say. Some. that. queenly listen I everybody to. Leave me alone br. I. Able To. Of course. Rumors you. Chat. Room. Queens but we. To Mindy? Continuing. y'All come on. Man, has. been. No. TV. Don't get the. Day Go ahead Barbie right who else we? Cost. The RAMO is here Hello Marcy who's a Queen Queen Co? Hey Girl Lee Scott building. Liza Queens. Now. Everybody's quick. Let you talk about gender and talk about emojis. Let's include everybody to be in Queens now. All the men in a chat room McQueen's to. Let's. urban. Everybody is a queen indicate respectively how you? Feel. Who whatever you feel today you back. Whoever you identify with today exist out to you. Something I feel like a king. And some days I feel like a queen. Feel like right out Marvi. Got To check your masculinity side to. What I'm saying, Oh the advocacy. So we we. We. Good. Well, I feel. Say. That we're about to get a whole new audience. Got Their. West short short. We belong. Shula. Deal. Song. Social social don't. You know how it is. Okay. Joe Burner is in the building what up joe how you doing Princess. Cards. King. Printed. Girl holds all do. You say he's not kidding. Carry on. Oh. Gosh. She guys are horrible. dewayne staying home is here. Hello the way. Hold on. Let me back a little bit good morning. Mr Robinson because God. Forbid I'll do people go over. Have a heart attack. Text me like a, you ain't game my name. May journals here Hey Nathan you good morning Audrey Joson independent Audrey Johnny Wapo. Hello. Yes. John Cochran is in the building shoutout to a wander Saint Jago shepherd the beautiful herself Yeah Derrick. Jackson. We'll stop there. Hey Girl Natalie right is here Priscila Gonzales in the building hey girl for a free ninety nine leslie come on in. Cloy. Pop Wallace is in the building. Good Morning. CUNERA Williams's hair shoutout to Valerie. 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Year, right? December firs it is on. A Tuesday. Monday Tuesday Lining everybody December for that is actually your birthday yeah. Come on. Come on we got to super birthdays and we want guys being fall Barbie Clones Cj But it's fight PRENTISS. A house please. Stop Hating chick for. Season is upon us. I'm not even going like you virgos. Talk Smack about Scorpion, 'cause my boobs Scorpio. So his birthday. Couple of days we again Twenty, seven, twenty, say. Okay. Yes. Scorpio's city. Pool. Shots relievers see. Barbie calling out there. I show. Scorpio. Does it feel a little low liberating needs time? A. Hobby lobby life. I'm so happy for you. So. Let's go. Let's go to the front page news. I'm. A. City. Shopping. Survey. Shout. Shocked. Young. Got Back. A. News. Do y'all yes y'all. Wow Bq for that, you walk in less than A. Front page news y'all. Know. Last one that was as I go I front page news. Doll better y'all come on in here for that matter pay. York uncle front. Front Beige do y'all front page news y'all. y'All. An. Ounce does sound like proper English only. Thing. Here Roll Your L.. Hall, you might Y'all Zinni, you and your whole family horrible slave. Because, they really will be like slaves. Like in the house. In the House organ you ask. What y'All. Jobe. Seneca Seneca. W. Whatever? I have front page news for you guys. You guys know that you know it's weird Wednesday. So I'm going to give you a couple of news stories you need to know and then I'm GonNa give you some weird news this story that I have. It's weird when it's sad, it's very sick. But. The first thing that I'm GonNa Start off the voting I didn't get to it yesterday. But yesterday was National Voter Registration Day. and. That would have been. That would have been an opportune time for you to register to vote right online facebook had a sign up thing all day yesterday. So I'm going to give you some. Information and support and deadlines that you need to know. for this upcoming election because in Pennsylvania voter, you're absentee ballot or your mail invalid has to be in by October nineteenth. In person, you have to be registered to vote fifteen days before election day. So that is. November third. That is election day by mail you it needs to your ballot needs to be received fifteen days before election day I believe that's October nineteenth. And Online, fifteen days before Election Day to register in Pennsylvania, you must be a citizen of the United, states. At least one month before the next. To. Be a resident of Pennsylvania and your election district at least thirty days before Election Day. You have to be at least eighteen years of age on the day of the next election. So. You can't be turning eighteen this year then I guess. You have to be already eighteen guests. Yeah. Not Be incarcerated after conviction for a felony. and. Not have been convicted of violating any provisions of the Pennsylvania Election Code within the last four years. I guess that's like not voting at your correct polling place or something like that. If you had if you have been convicted convicted of a felony and have questions about whether, you can register and vote you can visit restore your vote to determine your eligibility because I think certain felonies. Yeah. You can they allow you to vote and other ones? I think have their violent or something like that you can't. voted. Now, a Lotta People WanNa know what the difference between absentee ballot and a regular mail in ballot. So I'm going to let you is with that is mail in ballots That's if it's similar to an absentee ballot, you may apply to receive a mail in ballot in the mail to complete and return to your county election office. These are registered voters. Who are military and overseas voters? Oh, I'm sorry. It's registered voters who are unable to apply in person they can apply for a mail in ballot and like absentee ballots are for. hold on one second an absentee ballot is if you are a college student people whose work or vacation take them away from the municipality where they live those with a physical disability or Ellis that prevents them from going to the polling place members of active duty military and people who may have a conflict due to the celebration of a religious holiday. So basically, it's you can't physically get to the. Polling station is an absentee ballot, but you know you're still in the county and in as if you're not going to be in the area on don very interesting. Sitting, are you you? Know you're going to the poll. You on by doing. I'm going in person as well. I. Don't trust this thing either. I'm going to school and out here in the state of Pennsylvania you can What's the word sending? You can promote. There's another word to it. In this state, you can actually have like your banners at the polling place. In the state of Pennsylvania. Like New York and New Jersey. I don't think you can do that like you know you're supposed to just go vote. Right. Yes and all of these state of Pennsylvania. City Swat. We'll have your your your window. When your candidate or you're not. Familiar. With. Liars and all that stuff in front of the polling places in Pennsylvania. Certain states do it. And some certain states can't like New York like when you go vote in New York. There's no promoting the candidate. But there's a term for it. Only. Election something. They do that here though yet here. They're renting. US But I don't I don't. Know about New Jersey but they don't do they'll have that in New York. But out here you have trump folks out now you have buying folks out. But there's a term that it's called. Francis said swaying does that these they campaign came? Over To that. Side Day of election, right? It's term. Is You conclude. Ganda near the poll is called like election something violence. Helped me out city it's a term. For folks that can nearest endorsing. We. GotTa find out what it is. It's it's soon as I hear the word I know what it is. Sydney Pennsylvania you. Going out there and put your flags up and you've flyers in order is called. Is called. I'm just saying promoting. It has a term. But you can't do it in New York I. I don't think you can do any of that in New York man but as well. And in saying that, I'm going to go vote him Pennsylvania all of us in person when we vote in Pennsylvania, we're GONNA see a bunch of trump flags out courses you're going to see Biden whoever running locally the congress person all that is when you pull to our of voting locations you're GonNa see all that in Pennsylvania a long. They don't be in my way don't don't try to get my for me. Welcome to that pre cool right and the end right bobby you can let them know they will try to persuade you walking in. Right city. Yeah. Out here in Pennsylvania Hang, you fly like. Yes. So WanNa chat room if you. Going to your local polling location to vote and putting them to if you're doing the mail and I just don't trust it and I'm getting all this stuff now definitely, you want to have all this done. Let's just say October, nineteenth make sure everything is and if you're doing that. if you have voted at your polling location before they're saying, you do not need to bring id to vote only voters who are voting for the first time in their election district need to show id even though it is important, you should always have your behalf just in case when you go however, if you lost it or you're gonNA, Pinch but you've voted before acceptable idea includes driver's licenses, passports, military student or employee ID your voter registration card, a firearm permit occurring utility Bill Bank statement paycheck or government check and any issued by the Commonwealth or Federal Government or Without your photo must have your address on it. Right. So that's important more your email address. To. But have your idea you're going in person. Yes. Very Very. Because you're not try to get slick and if you have any questions for B. Like I said, these are all specific to Pennsylvania where we broadcast from. However, if you want to find out what your local polling places, if you don't know what your local place pulling places if you want to know the rules in your area or anything, you can go to vote dot org and just scroll to the bottom of the page and look up your state. It'll give deadlines, rules guidelines. That funds chat room to be up on the borders, a chat room where they doing they going to poll or whether or not we have one eight, six ones there're della Annetta, Diane, Tiffany, Sharana they all will be there in person. Anything else in. Really, quick the Louisville Mayor is declaring a state of emergency ahead of the Briana Taylor Announcement Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is poised to announce whether his office will bring charges against police officers who fatally shot twenty six year old Briana Taylor while she slept during a botched narcotics rate at her home on March thirteen, the mayor reiterated he has no insight about once cameras decision will be announced, but he said the city must be prepared. Our goal is ensuring space and opportunity for potential protesters to gather and express their first amendment rights after the announcement. At the same time, we are preparing for any eventuality to keep everyone safe as we all know. The officers have not yet been charged yet the executive order allows the mayor to exercise any of his emergency powers which include the ability to hire a contract services and enact curfews and other restrictions So they're just waiting cities. Today they said it's coming soon. Within, the next coming days, but they don't know exactly when that doesn't make any. Cheese you already know obviously, you already have it written up San on somebody's desk. and. You Know Louisville you know I guess because it has to go to the grand jury is going to say whether the information is enough to indict to bring charges. So but that all determines on how these people are presenting it as well. After these months long investigation district attorney whoever you are annual Cameron. Dan You cameras sell out week Babylonia Black Guy. Oh remember. Carrie said that he wasn't Goldeneye because he. CARE. Oh Yeah and We also need Maimon Ben Chrome out the. Crop over crump. Always shine. Bankruptcy. Lee Merritt. Senior. Reverend Sharpton Reverend Al.. Qaed- is. Watch. Closely like, let's go. It's big. Heroes. Ben, crump and. Ben crump will go around the world for Black Folks Daniel Camera he'd better. When he needs to say, right he end up on this. He GonNa be on the next forty. Easy. Sydney facebook. Daniel. Daniel Cameron. Dan Louisville is still upset they're mad justice right now they're still protesting over there. Dan You Cameron this is your moment. This is your moment. Right? Hardy affiliation has nothing to do with this young woman being murdered for no Dang on reason. Let's tattle the whole Republican Democrat thing out the way do the right thing. Do the right thing Sir you know what you need to do in your heart and you know what you need to do by the law. By. Make it happen brother. Step to that podium. And only thing we would love to hear is there be charges filed? And police officers arrested in this all we need to hear brother. This is your moment. Make your mother prow. Don't do okay. I. Know Pressure Brother on extablishment in Louisville or the state of Kentucky because you know what US black folks catch brought and you know what if you WanNa leap to the other side and become a Democrat we still got you at those Republicans throw your ass out. Don't worry about it. Come on brother come home but do the right thing by the law and by your Heart Bro Faith in the system Daniel talking to you man. Taken two losses moment. Do the right thing brother. Go to that podium and soccer storm. Louisville by to burned-out. Damn near close. Easily happening. The moment for the District Attorney Sandy Jay. Okay. Come through right. Please brother Doubt Dowa? Right. You saw what they here's Belbow man's. Brother. I. Sean. Harvey Bro. Should boy and a better come by Friday you're. You don't know when coming your friends, your aries, my hands across Daryl can't the governor talent to make an announcement. Just, this is on you. This is the fourth quarter minutes is only three seconds left in the game time outs. We down by one. Just, take to the rack. You don't even need the three point. Just go right to the rack. Coming. Chopped Puckett Bro. Rooting for him. For the sports. Be Coloma. Darrow. Why is shared this story for? Shared. Louis. Mom is time now man. Get together grabbed Michael Jordan. Our below retired basketball player is starting a NASCAR team in his first driver will be bubba Wallace you guys know mobile. I reported Wallace was in Nascar he had found the news hangul in his. Remember him. So He Could Jordan he started his own team and he has picked level while it's his first driver while is currently racist for Richard Petty motorsports at the Cup level series. But he is about to be a free agent I noticed. I know they had all that terminology NASCAR, driver? Bobby to eighty five miles an hour. CAPS here. Right. It's. Talking we win because we're happy draft. We end. City expedia Poconos in Bobby. We taught me back down here because I had car at thirty three that you take forty minutes quasi cologne seventeen minutes seven minutes from Poconos to eastern right did. Last seventeen. Twenty. One. I was I was like every time I got in barbies 'cause like Jesus. I really, I don't WanNa meet. Outback we was coming into bluish. This. Everybody, don't get it twisted this young lady can drive harass all. Yes. You know what it is when I'm driving 'cause motorcycles to. So my mind I'll be on my bike lightning. Mommy you know you're not driving. You're right. I'm like, but you'd have it's almost the same thing that's. Right. Saying I must stay the same feeling must say, that's right. Okay. Let's here. We got the jewelry I gotta get to where I'm going any who? Like I say Wallace currently racist for Richard Petty motorsports series, and he is about to be a free agent fellow driver Denny Hamlin will also join a Jordan's team as a minority owner. But. He will continue to drive number eleven for the Joe Gibbs racing team, and then like a conflict of interest some why is Michael Jordan? Doing The versus his portfolio. Somewhere, why would he do that? It's a history Brad. DAUGHERTY was a basketball player for the. We don't have many black we need more rain more George Brand Order CJ was a basketball player. For the for the Cleveland Cavaliers back in the day number one pick out of Kentucky somewhere. Michael Jordan used the bus his ass on a regular basis before join started winning them chip Brad. Daugherty took his money and purchase a NASCAR. Nascar for twenty something years. Rat dougherty this guy, ten they. Might join us the duck on his door, right? He's one of the top owners in Nascar Black Guy. Right now right now, he's been a only for years. It's been friends for years after Mike conducted on right. was like my doubt us. How you know Sean Happened was they developed this relationship with each other and you Mike? So radio billionaire and Mike bought into NASCAR because of his man Brad daugherty that used to be the center of the Cleveland Cavaliers back in the days bite before those rings. I mean that's a nice. Speculation, Sean. Nice. speckling. High, heavy, SPI- ship do. Heavy speculation. Only, bubble wall is is right now the only black driver. In Nascar and he were raised next for his new team Michael Jordan. and well, in Wallace fellow driver Denny Hamlin also worries. But in that kind of a conflict inches I, guess he goes on next year. Why? Because Danny who because Danny is? He races for a another team right now joe gibbs racing. So I guess he quit him and go over to a TO A. I, famous. Contract went out NASCAR. Pit Stop guys the draft so fast with these stupid cars. And then transmission blows out on a car while racing right now. Jake lift the car up tick transmitted in the garbage put enough trying to change the that has back or. And five seconds so out here locally. Transmission your engine why we gotta wait a whole week was something wrong because on Nafta proven that you could change engine and six? That's a special talent al. regular guys had that talent show. And don't ask cars aren't like regular cars. Jar took that. Change, the tires six seconds. The guy gets to use the bathroom and ninety per se. But have a catherine looking. Back For Me No water no bears. Because you ain't got you. Since. Join. He got to pay those guys to he has all the money. So not only do you have the car, you got the twenty guys. That got to change its heise's. and. Did Not that you need to three cars. Those crash also. Do have a few cars. NASCAR owner and you only own one car like you, bum. Only, like crashed. The only one. Out Any airport. Transmissions. Bosses ships and carry no show. Have you show Sydney Bobby? Good. So it was probably is agent is spaghetti man hey and getting man got to. God bless you. I'm trying to get its model. Posted in the chat. Chat. 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S2E3: Blitz Sports Magazine - This Is Not A Drill

Blitz Sports World Podcast

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S2E3: Blitz Sports Magazine - This Is Not A Drill

"Did you say that always races can you? Expound on it. Any any white person. who was born raised in school in the United States of America. If you aren't a racist Jerem miracle. Either that or you decided to educate yourself. Because education in this country is about quite as right browns. Alright. Right lack Scott to stand back yellows mellow. But whites, we we educate in a way that says that white males have done all the adventures have made all the adventures of done all the discovering have made and everything that is good. It has been accomplished has been accomplished according to Social Studies, which is actually antisocial studies by white males it's ally. But we do that in order to maintain the myth of white superiority. The Myth of race has to be maintained at all costs in this country because if white people have to give up the color of their skin is being something that makes imperfect. What do they have left? If we start teaching the truth about history. If we start teaching about Nile Valley contributions to civilization, it will totally change the way we conduct ourselves in the classroom and we'll have to. Columbus. Didn't discover America. You can't discover a place where people are already living but we celebrate that every October it's ally we need to get over we need to stop telling the myths and start telling the truth. So. Will you tell people? That, their races, and it must have some kind of effect because people will say I'm not racing not a racist Weiss. Oh. My best friends are black. Yeah, and then you say name one. Or this one I don't see color and when some says to me, I, don't see color I. Say I. knew that if you saw a color, you wouldn't die your hair that way. Or I say, if you didn't, if you saw color, you wouldn't wear that shirt with those pants I believe that you don't see color is an attempt to deny skin color. In his attempt and attempt to deny what's wrong with seeing the color of my skin. Is All right through to see me kind of pink. That's okay for me I don't mind and I suspect that you don't mind being seen the color you are. You have a right to be what you are and until people in this country and people in this world. Get it into their heads that the first modern human beings evolved on this earth were black women. They have all been sub Saharan Hafer cobalt, two, hundred, eighty, thousand years ago, and every human being on the face of the Earth today runs. The has the memory of those blackmailers genetic structure in their genes. Got Radio we. Go Way Way, way Bengals, stand the building back. Your I'm trying to get us to this podcast and I'm just trying to get to. Miss the. Two will you at? Aj. Needham, Stadium Barbara. Fox. Executive producer or these may kill. You can catch them at will make peaceful food dot Com. Crystal, how can I forget? Company will network what you can catch me. All Day or night. So. All my shot auto. But Oh, my name was Matt prayers. Catch them on twitter. We do I start I don't know. So hot news right now is just that you know forty five has only pay one, hundred, fifty taxes we all know we all pay more in taxes. Every week you got, we gotta talk about it to the certainty to a certain degree as whereas where where this is going to because we already know the balls achie-, everybody knows it. See. None of this stuff is new information. That's the most frustrating part about all this as someone who actually you know five putting much like pretty extensively from a political standpoint. But even from economical standpoint like I've a member with apprentice was going down somebody say, Hey, man you need to you need. Do to profit. Going sky try million, do the fraud. This guy has lost everything. Is Lost on everything. He's been bankrupt at the bank. Of the the billionaires boys club he taught guys like Bill Gates and we. Women Buffet. Like they all know they are no. I'm saying all listen to dismantle billionaire based on what based on what everything is done pal. And the media help of her perpetrate this fraud that we are currently seeing when they used to foul all his rallies. and. They was. They knew that these rallies were racist. They knew that they had they knew they actually dug into a deeper part of this country that America, always turned their back from. Iraq. Like you know Madison. Avenue in Hollywood and Miami and All these they turned their back on Middle, America. and. These were the people because Middle America wasn't trying to move forward. They couldn't get hit with the fact that can have a black governor, a black mayor, a lesbian sense senator they couldn't get down with within. The I mean that was too radical for them. You know people have healthcare everybody being created equal for like, why should black people will be able to buy homes why a Mexican man be able to have a business by all of these kind of radical themes that was moving? The country forward places like Alabama and Georgia and Mississippi, and I ll one. In. Arkansas and all these places they couldn't get in with that. You know what I mean. They couldn't help with the fact that you know America is moving towards of more diverse society. So. Then what they started doing start bringing all these other factors in like religion. You Know God So, then you start thinking about. These kinds of zealots. And they start using issues like the tea party, for reason, and you know all kinds of different terminology like you know Economics Zaidi an artist kind of foolishness it's all racism. Is All nonsense it's all. Nonsense foolishness. Nothing. But they always revert back to God. They always come back to this is about God and how we me you know religious principles and Blah Blah, blah. Blah Blah. As nonsense too. But the reason why they think that. The reason why all this is being done in the reason why you think that white people or white peop- people but magnet people because I don't mind in a bunch all by people in into this ugly bunch because not fair it really isn't. It really isn't because not all white people. It's a large section of white people who actually believe in it, and unfortunately there is a smallest segment of minorities who actually believe in white supremacy as well and that's It's not okay but I don't under not okay and I don't understand but it is what it is. What I'm saying so I mean you but you have these factions and the reason why white people so strongly by Simmons Magnum people now these people are so strongly attached to these religious beliefs in terms of America America will really is because it falls back into the concert. Going back into the eighteenth nineteenth century of. Destiny. That's what it really stems for, and that supersedes the constitution. Because manifest manifest definitely took a week everyone else's constitutional rights. Manifest destiny destroy the native Americans. Manifest destiny was pretty much heart of what the civil war was all about, which was slavery and expansion. And manifest destiny is that is this idea that the United States is destined by God by God to expand domination across. All lanes all across this land. So that supersedes any doctor. Because the Bible to these people are is. Is is is the first book is not the Constitution, but it's not that the Bible Supersede all those things and and these group in this. Segment Group of people believe that this country is the white man's lamb destined by God. This is this is like the Jerusalem. Iraq. That's how they feel. I. This is what this is about. This is God's lane. This is all about manifest destiny visit. This supersedes all the my to everybody. All we're fighting for democracy we're fighting photos. We're fighting through. And Constitutional Rights and other Nah. Nah. Not Fighting for none of those things. We're not fighting for any of those things we are. We are fighting against the idea. The ideology of manifest destiny I. This is the White Man's destined land. This is their biblical Lane. In Supersede because manifest destiny took away the rights of the indigenous people, it took away a rights of all people of Color, it actually, they actually might end to the Brown people you talking about Mexico. I we feel about manifest destiny gives people the full thirty, two murder. Because God has destined to do so. This is what you are fighting against not fighting against the right. Of the constitution because. Anyone with a brain. Will look at the facts and say all this stuff here. Is More valuable to me. Healthcare's to be fighting covert is more valuable to the wealth get. Reduction. Is More valuable to me. Collars debt is more valuable to me. Having equal rights is more viable Jimmy. You know what? I'm saying all these things. Are. Just they way. But what's the one thing? That none of those things can actually have have a great affecting you is God. God. Especially, if the book that you're reading is telling you that this land is your destiny land by God I got gave you this land that's what you're fighting against right now. That's why you have so many people because I'm trying to tell you when you talk to these people, they always bring up Kreis? You talk to a Dow hard magnum person they bring Christ, all the time they bring up the Lord. Now, we all know people that really studied the Bible people that really believe in an adult even because we have a loss contingency white folks who read the Bible and said, this is crazy. So. I had the single them out as magnum, people. Or forty five hours or whatever you WANNA call them and they're dangerous. These are dangerous group of people. In the reason why? They dangerous because they hold a large faction of the minds of Americans. Know. Of this country, I mean still just keep a real by sixty eight percent of this country is still Caucasian that's fact however, if sixty five percent of these people still feel that way that's a dangerous, very dangerous dangerous. Mix. Because now you have zealots. Who would put anything before their own personal well, being because they're thinking doing it in the name of God and that's supersedes everything. Does. It is super sees every. Rational thing and if they believe. This is where it gets even crazier right and they believe that even though the person. who was all the things they goals against God, the devil himself but he's giving things that they seem that as destined by God they are willing to sell this for that. And that's where the whole forty-five thing comes in it. 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Saying they know this board has cheated on his wife they know he's a slump, but they're willing to forgive them because they say he's given us what God has destined for us, and that is this American land. He promised that they would never let anyone take it away from us. He promised that would never see another black man as president. Good he promised. We were going to have this land that was destined to us by God. We are fighting against manifest destiny. That's what we are fighting gets. That's that's a bigger fight and that's a fight that no one really wants to talk about. Because they they don't care about voting. They were these people are zealous. They are extremists. EXTREMIS. That's why is so important for us to talk about the Supreme Court. That's why it's so important for us to talk about the wealth get people number like CBS did report on this right? It's crazy. CBS News. Institute report on his right CBS news sister that racism racism. Over the last. Twenty years. Twenty twenty years has caused. This country sixteen trillion dollars. Think about that. Sixteen trillion dollars. Racism, you're talking about a hundred and thirteen billion dollars in potential wages two hundred and eighteen billion dollars in housing loans. You're talking about five trillion dollars in the both domestic product. I mean, you're talking money all over the places. We're talking trillions of dollars imagine thrown away truly the Dallas. Children's. Imagine, thrown away trillion dollars for God. It's not all about the money. These people don't care about the money. They care about the land. They care about the of the White, they do not want this to become. A diversified country. They don't want a gay woman as a senator. They don't want a black female president. They don't want a Tino about Tina governor, they don't work. Because the one thing. That Obama proved. Is that a white man? Don't have to be to me to do the job. Because he did a pretty good job. He wasn't perfect. Obama was not perfect but he did a damn good job. Compared to what we have right now is night and day. I tell people all the time. When the Bulla outbreak happened. People were going craze. In bullet, hit the US shores. They actually knew if something happened, it could spread so fast and kill. So many people are Mama had four I think to death. Four deaths on the minds of Ghazi. This joker got over two hundred and five thousand deaths on his name, a acting likening nothing. That's how deep racism is. Think about how deep that is. Thing about how deep? That concept is that someone actually has over to target in six thousand American deaths on his ledger and his willing slide. Because of the phone back on their Bible, never on the Bible and off starts with the idea of manifest destiny. Is that this man has been destined by God. This American that's why they killed her native Americans. This is scary stuff right here. because. These people are armed and dangerous and fanatical what I'm saying. That's why I'm making a call up. I'm calling, I'm doing a PSA right now to all the kill us all the killers. Oughta all hard core murderers out here every. Autumn People's Cargo Philly New York in Miami and La and Seattle. And you know Houston Oughta killers. We need you guys right now we need all. We knew all are killers right now. Real. Talk. You WANNA GET CRAZY Let's get crazy. We need them. We need all y'all right now, we every gun at that. We can possibly get low the fuck up load up. I told you. fucking little monkey knocked off. To walk them. Do you want to go to walk with? Tony Gaglione. To Stop shooting shooting at the wrong people. Walk your grandmom to vote of booth because you know who might be a dead joint. Walk your mom to the voters booth Walk Your Sister Take Your Dad take your brother. You might not vote for protective mouth focused. They want to go out and vote. because. You never know what type of crazy as white militia may be standard at the voters booth point the AK forty seven at your grandma and don't think I'm more focused a cup because he ain't. 'CAUSE Yay go out and protect your community if you WanNa do you WanNa do this a PTA to all the killers out here if you really want us serve your community right now for one day and you WanNa keep doing what you're currently doing. Before seeking really get crazy. Young, really. Got To do with the tanks in the military coming down the blacks. And we turn into a total police in apartheid state if you really WanNa, protect everything that you own. Protect your mom's could take your grandma's protected deaths protect your brothers protect your family. Go with them even if you don't. Make sure that they're safe voting because you'll know who's GONNA show up. Going to them from voting. Did any other president ever play with this kind of fire in advance of the votes being counted talking about the election as something that to be disregarded? Nothing. Even remotely similar you WANNA go into history to look for something like this go into Italian history and look at Mussalini. This is the way dictators come to power. He's telling you what he intends to do, and we've got to make very sure that in the next five and a half weeks, and after that, we do not get in a situation where justice. Senator Senators was saying tonight Donald. Trump. Announces that he's one and puts us in a situation where our democracy is being stolen minute by minute. This is not a drill Franklin. Roosevelt said in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty at the time of Adolf Hitler never before since Jamestown and Plymouth rock as American civilization been in this kind of danger we're approaching that point tonight. Because, that's what these crazy people will do. These renters zealots know that in this democratic process. Away for their quote unquote. Destiny by God can be radicalized it by a vote. That's how this system works. Today willing to do whatever they can stop that and that includes violence. Eighteen forty five has actually endorsed it. So, he's actually put a threat out to everybody's family. Everyone who actually considered themselves voter. He's actually put a threat that one. If you decide to vote by mail, they will not count and two. If you decide to vote in person, you might be confronted with violent. Take your pick. So, all these killers out here the shooting guns in Chicago and Philly, and New York in Atlanta. And Boston in La Seattle all your killers. I need you got a need a need or kills to protect the community right now. Protect your grandma. Go down to the booth and scope death out sit outside this phone stay nothing just like just be watching as I can know how you know how you gotTa do it. You know you gotta do it just got watching my fucking for a few days now. Do that. Do that I'm trying to tell you because. That's what's at risk right now. Everything. Because people understand apartheid is ugly. Nasty. We're almost there now and that's what fascism breeds that. Fascism would take us there. You know what? I mean. and. Then you really have the have the have have net. The athletes do real good. You know like a couple of soccer players could, but really even to be depressed because they see people suffer. The people who actually do well, they see that people suffer. You know this whole concept of getting out the hood. The beauty of this country that we can actually elevate our own hoods we can. Own Communities. We really came. It's just a matter of time. We'll talk. So that's why it's important for us to protect. The vote. And that's why it's also important to protect. Our communities and our people willing. Because you get to see the impact of the vote. Right. Now with the Supreme Court judge. and. How You know. How we lost that seat. Like I said in my last podcast, you have forty five has the young unique ability to. To nominate three Supreme. Court judges. Right. Gortat. Cavanaugh. And now we have. Amy Komi Darren I'm Catholic I couldn't live with the athlete done I could live with h judge who. Applied, their faith to issues of the law, but it is not Catholic. Devout the turn away the neighbor who is in need of assistance as Amy Barrington in twenty twenty when she was the lone judge to hold Donald Trump's public chargeable roll, which denied green cards to people who might need public assistance. It is not devoutly Christian or Catholic to praise the deliberate indifference of human like which amy. Connie. Barrett did in two thousand eighteen when she was the lone judge, the Telugu prisoners, they had no badmouth protections. When when prison guards shot loaded guns into a crowded cafeteria is not devoutly Catholic takeaway. Garish as amy conybeare has repeatedly said she will. It is not about the Catholic to apply the death penalty which Amy Connie Barrett has written that a good Catholic judge recused themselves from situations implying the death penalty, but she has not written in. Here's the. You know the elephant in the room she is not written that a good Catholic judgeship abused themselves on issues involving abortion or women's right to choose. So what we're left with is a hypocrite who will insert courage of judicial opinions between a woman and a woman's doctor but will not insert Kerr moral opinion between an executioner and the prisoner on the chopping block. And the reason why I bring the whole religious thing. Because that's who she is. She's a religious of it. WHO believes? In this American idealism through guy. But only when and benefits. To have the right to to violate the rights of others. To keep the ideal of this America on the. And it all comes back to the concept of manifest destiny and what this zealous are trying to do is reverse everything. That the constitution and the laws were meant to be founded on. You know I mean so you it's important in. From. This important to understand that law invalid. fucking mix. The law is the law in the region is. Now, and you really shouldn't even frame your laws around but if you do have some type of framework. was I guess some baseline from a moral standpoint I get it But religion. In state to had nothing to do with law. In process. You know what? I'm saying it really shouldn't. They are they are two different things and to have someone on the Supreme Court that is willing to mix the two. And always in the favor of God. In the eyes of. The manifest destiny of the white man and his right to violate anybody else's rights in this. Country to May to maintain that status quo. If you always not that then you gotta fractured. System is already fractured. When you start infusing originally. Just real crazy. Is Way out of hand. That's the importance of the vote. That's why that's why the kid has got a walk grandma to the voters. That's why I'm Tom Kills the to walk grandma to voters both. Really that important man is really that important. So I just want people to understand what we're really fighting against here. I I. Sometimes I think we all forget how how dangerous times too young now. We're about the at all. And I know by never had nothing well. Listen I feel you with that. But imagining happening must re. On apartheid. Vita or fascism. And explain to me, how are we going to navigate the economical system in those in those two political platforms? Because if you get a person like, amy. Barrett as Supreme Court she's GONNA impose loss to to. Implement the idea of an apartheid tight economics and She's going she's GonNa vote on laws I, give the president overwhelming power that can that's going to the fastest state. So if so I understand how people think your I, get it but. GotTa figure out how going to navigate through those joints. Now me but I can brown what we need to figure out. Okay. If this is going to be the new life, how to work our way through it. And you will if you weren't risky, then you need to start planning for it because that's was common. Don't believe well is better I. You know where I'm trying to tell you. You always think the grass is greening. I don't know what I'm saying is not always greener. The grass is not always agreement. 'cause this can be fixed, believe it or not to a certain degree, but the first thing you gotta do is sustaining. That's the problem here. Now, that's why the voting thing is such a critical piece. Is that we got to sustaining. Then, we got to go in and try to fix it. Make Bass improvement on it. Have the right people get involved. Those improvements can be made and as you see Well. Losing out on trillions of dollars due to racism. Due to this crazy ideals. We're. Losing. Trillions dollars. Based from his nonsense. So I gotTA wrap up. Just one thing. Because it's not fair for me not to talk about. The entire. Case. And I'm not talking about the whole entire case. Because we've already seen. We've already seen. Really, been having. and. It's just unfortunate. You. Know you have this whole entire? Seem the more you dig into it? Feels out of the same streets of popping training day. I swear to goodness. What a fuck you knock on somebody's door with a woman at one in the morning in the first place. We have seventeen sixteen people clean. The didn't hear damn thing. You have one person that cleanly hurry something a trucker that was like three blocks away. Really. Then then have a Brianna tickets boyfriend clings that can Kenneth Walker cones that he never sought at the cops he shot a warning shot in the air. To alert that the person that was breaking into the crib the he had a gun. That's when the shots rang up. You got to tell full of holes. You have Kenneth Walker call now on one saying someone's broken into my house. Then you all of a sudden, a cop who was shot. Claiming he was shot you remember training day. Where they did the dirty deal. And they had shoot the car. To make look Mike. It was a shootout inside inside of a insider, a virus crit. Starting to rush. You shoot. Me Favor. Do. Yourself a favor. Series. Eight. Clothes blinds. I should go. POW. Does. These days. Brookies. Yeah. You WanNa get shit done. You gotta get it done yourself. We. Can't. Let go. We have. As finished. was. I just. Took phya coming through the door. All Right? Ready? Maybe one. Yeah Right. I gotta give you one mortal. Lock Listen it's not what you know. What you can prove okay here's a scenario Markham poll kick the door jets the first one through Roger Opens Fire Hits Jeff twice right. Through. Here, is you Ask all, right. Don't worry about it. Hey Hey. Hey you want to go to jail you WANNA go home. All right. Here's a scenario, right let me quarterback this thing Mar Paul you kick the door in Jeff's the first one through Roger Opens by Bang Bang His jeff twice a new guy. He's in second drops Roger with some five shotgun were who shot rock new guy came in springs. All boot shot. What did you guys see? At. Fuck. Done both. Eleven forty nine, nine, nine, eight shots fired officer damn. Batik. Opposite Dan fifty nine, fifty, one backstreet. Elephants. Infocomm. Cj did. All of a sudden he got shot. And then you have the Attorney General of Kentucky Daniel. Cameron who is doing the bidding for racist. Overzealous terrorists cops. And based on the information that is currently coming out now. Not only from the ballistics report. But also from. The grand. Jury. Both met. Day. Who supposed to be a minute low, cameron. Daniel. Daniel Camry. Support the uphold Ngong. Was Holding and information. So basically is an narrow he's made himself an accessory to murder. Things play out. They have an another black man, the White Man's bidding. For public assassination for another public hanging. That's was going on. This whole thing states. Anyone, who thinks is anything different. They need to take another look at this American judicial system and what the hell is aiming amy graph. The democratic. Nominee for senator, who's going up against Mitch McConnell wise words. So silent and regards to the treatment of black people in her state. First thing I want to say is that for the people of Kentucky is Charles Booker here, the person who's running isn't he needs someone who represents you who cares about citizens in your district and I'm very happy that here's your even though he's not the nominee this is what we're talking about. This is why we're paint because the people who are supposed to represent us whether that's the case of Daniel Cameron where that's in the case of the nominee for that particular state aren't out there speaking on behalf of dead black bodies. That's why we're pained. That's why we're angry. That's why we're disgusted. It's also very frustrating very painful forth because quite frankly tiffany and you and I've talked about. Talked about this is that it's almost black people have to perform agony on the air on radio and in writing in order to get the rest of America to recognize our humanity. It shouldn't require one of the most brilliant writers of the Twentieth Century China Hassi Coats to interview her mother in order for us to realize that this twenty six got shot in their house for doing nothing. It shouldn't require us to go on the air and have to hold back tears to say, Hey, she was sitting in her home she didn't do anything wrong. It doesn't matter who she dated and none of these cops are being held responsible. And that's why we're so anger and I have to say this because I think this is a really important look. I'm not a lawyer. I. Only play one on TV but to the degree that people are jumping up and down and trying to defend this behavior this was not a sober objective application of the law because of it was why are so many racist excited about see I don't get this excited about like. Traffic Court right through the reason that so many bigots and America could get excited about this because they know that Daniel Cameron just announced just like we saw what Botham gene just like this saw the philander Casteel. Just what we saw with Jamir right that you can kill black people whenever you want under any circumstances in the law whether it'd be delivered by white person or a black person will defend you why we're. By remark disgusted that's why to make a speech was so powerful. That's why you talking about this issue to start to show. So important that's why Mr Booker here. So important because we have to talk about our humanity if not to white people who don't WanNA listen to black people who fear that it's going to be taken away for our daffy for wanting to live and breathe every day. In this unconstitutional way of handling the law. He's a former soldier. To the former military person, she understands the all she knows when it's been violated while sue speaking out against these races cops against these violent cops. Because she's a part of the problem. Because he believes in state terrorism, she believes black people. Brown, people needs to be putting police. I'm not surprised Nicole I'M NOT SURPRISED AND Every time this happens and this has happened a lot. I always told myself before I go on here I'm not going to get pissed, I'm not GonNa do any performance of tears I'm not gonNa rage or anything else like that. And yet today I I can't help it. I'm so disgusted by this. So disgusted by Daniel Cameron's performance I am so sick and tired of black people going on the air and performing for violence and white supremacist state-sponsored violence against black people and claiming their mamas and claiming there because black man they care about this woman. Gosh. Shot in her house when she was asleep. It's like on Jefferson got shot playing video games with her nephew two o'clock in the morning. It's like Botham gene was eating ice cream got shot on this couch. I am telling people I sitting here and my house right now I have an IBM I here much. So of cops busted into my house right now it's shot me on the air. But Cameron basically told America is that that would be legal. If they thought that there was something wrong I could be shot in broad daylight on national television in my house because the cows can break in a shoot whoever they want if they're concerned that is why people are upset that is why protesters are mad at the media because they're tired of these discussions being teased out in ways that give justifications for nothing other than state-sponsored white supremacy and killing a black people. It is so infuriating and so maddening and I I empathize with the people with your pace and I empathize with the protesters who are GonNa be home by nine o'clock. The best the thing the black lives matter protesters they're to take their signs that are going to go home. And then you're going to have a whole bunch of interlopers and white nationalist in three percenters and terrorists battling out in the street like the no church in the wild video, and that's how the black lives matter protesters are going to get to pick. So I, WanNa thank you actually for being so good and your opening by saying, Hey, can we distinguish between the people wearing black and the folks protesting? Can we distinguish between the white nationalist walking around with guns and the people there who are central Browner Taylor because that's where the frustration comes from You know. So is this systematic way of thinking? Having people like Daniel Camera. Doing the bidding these dirty cops. That is so infuriating. Is. So. Hurtful. Such a a traitorous move of benedict on a move because the only team this man had to do was lay out the facts. That's all he had to do. This all Daniel. Cameron had to do with this layout. Damn facts. Let the grand jury decide. What about you wanted to take let the green during but don't have the facts. Don't manipulate the facts. So, infuriating about this, they will do whatever it takes. To maintain a violent. Status quo when it comes to policing black people. A violent status quote. That's what we're fighting against right now. You got officers who were kicked off of other police forces for aggressive behavior some go before a sexual assault. and. These guys are on the force. This don't stink show. This whole case stinks to high heaven. This sounds like dirty cops shit. This feels like a dirty cop situation street from star. I don't care what no one says just feels like dirty cop business. They're just saying that apartment is associated with someone who was associated with you. So sorry if they in. And they start licking off shots. And you get killed your death is irrelevant to the law in the state of Kentucky. Your death doesn't matter your life doesn't matter. This was a black lives don't matter ruling because they said that her life was irrelevant that the life of her boyfriend to his in the apartment with her didn't matter that he attempting to defend her was the crime, the potential crime was him trying to defend his castle? The castle doctrine is. Wiped away when police bust into your home, you don't have the right to defend yourself. Don't have the right to survive. You don't have the right to have medical attention applied to these officers don't even have to try to save you. They can just shoot you. That is what I heard in this I didn't surprise me I will say I have lost the lead capacity to be surprised I'm never surprised anymore because here's the problem. The Authority who will decide if your life is worth pursuing a case over is the partner. Of the police, their partner who works with them to make cases who works with them every day who knows them by first name probably sends them. Christmas cards knows who their kids are their friend, their partner. The prosecutor will decide if your life matters and guess what in ninety nine percent of those cases they will say if. You know this is Mitch McConnell Sti. We already know he's about out I can't even go into. Our own him I can't even do it. I can't even do it. But. Any graph who's running against Michigan me she I want to hear her voice speak out. Should a little bit more along enforcement? This is just not about giving out. Hugs. The I'm saying is just not about given our hoax. Change this shit. Keeping my eye on her. But. You know with the so frustrated with the whole beyond Taylor case, you can get the deal is that Are. reffing you do as a bad person came easily violated in criminalized. All because. Of the idea of manifest destiny because it's their land. We can take away your rights at any given town we have the authority. This bad gives it to us. We are fighting for something deeper than the American flag. That's what this is all about. That's what this. When you one of really digging to the psychology of the animals who are hunting people down want to justify on television and what support it if you WanNa get to this psyche. This is what they are driven by believe it or not they are driven by this. Crazy. Ideology that they are destined by God to protect this land. This the blitz man pockets radio we go way way gambles people standing didn't, and like I say come next May OJ Spidey we won't kick and all types of topics. Man. I got some freshness coming up. This. PODCAST got were radio. We go way way way way way beyond suit. This is plastic was talking drawings talk. To me. Brave man. Boletice. Putting. The bank. Better Chris. Way. Let us. Get. Really. been. All night we were still grandest. Nickel fucker was. Incompetent Last. Week. Remember. Watching the. Next. Get. This for my. Studying. Lab. Flows out. Rate. Breeze. Faculties still getting. My. Sympathy knows black. beady. Round flow without stamping needed. Buffet for break. Make another. Black bullied. Don't you. Suck Poor? Town go with the. Eleven eleven, Mamma gave birth to A. Leafy. Stops. Restate. This wasn't that pockets radio wave swept in a building. I'm fired up because I got your family back in the criminals bill way too long and. Everybody away but thankfully got zoom. Free. Money. And I've got my main man older spivey in the building smart people building the Whitney. I'm. Glad to be with you once again, leak Ben to law like you said very way way too long man. So Donald podcast thing man I had had the fall back from the studio only cold it I'm saying I just add. One of those things where I just put safety first and it's nothing against the clock shop. I Love I, love the clocks like that's the ultimate male clubhouse but. You know what I'm saying I just couldn't do it in a student anymore so now. Just to give you some insight, I'm doing zone dropping his joint. Just working I'm here and I'm saying brings family back on and we just do what we do know what I'm saying. So I'm glad to have you back in the building. Thank you so much shawn. Thanks. Thanks as always. Listen. We was just before he jumped before. We went live. We just talking about twenty one and you being a historian. Compared to nineteen six gate in that. That was like a heart uncivil mice era but that was. A. That was awful. Time I think that was the tragedy of King Kilby both BSS needed around that period of time. Multiple stats. Around that period of time and. The coaching just going through a period where you'll give the pattern. You know what? I'm saying the uncertainty and I think what you said now that I have a few seconds of big about it I think you're right about I. think the similarities. I think there is so much uncertainty moving floor. With this administration way. With the ministry. On this the people in the country and how faking. Is Cooling. However that that we're making progress in this. Real. No I I will never say that progress is being made. Back nine inches and pull it out six inches. There's no progress you pull out not program progresses healing the wounds that's below. That's a real knee, and they haven't even begun the the ninth of much less try and. Heal the wounds you'd have. They will even admit the as. Yeah I I mentioned nine, hundred, Sixty, eight because. Again is so many similarities because you you look at. I started the whole law and order to move. The lawn were movement to wear back in sixty eight even though. The United States had a democratic still had a democratic. President. Lyndon B Johnson but we all know transition into Richard Nixon and what did he? What did he campaign on the whole law and order? And when you look at forty five now, that's how basically he got into office among many other things but he's really preaching a for reelection. And when you take the worst aspects of it. BECA sixty eight there were quite as many players now. Who are speaking out against racial bias, police, brutality, all of those things, but the difference is. When player spoke out back in those days, you know Tommy Smith John Carlos with this during the Olympics you had bill Russell. Who never relented on you know being treated as a human being cream has a black man. In America. Mohammed Ali. Airstrip. Title. Year before that, those guys were out in the forefront again, it was only a handful but those guys out in the forefront and they refused. To. They refuse to acquiesce to everything that's going on and everything that was going on and United States nowadays. You have. Dozens and dozens of athletes now speaking out but not going extra step you. A A. Movement. Early, in the summer when the bubbles were starting backup tickling NBA and then major. League Baseball kind of Pity backed on that when a guy say, Hey, let's take a step back for a couple of days instead of playing ball with The police brutality shooting Jewish floyd killing doors floyd killing reality Taylor. Took a step back and say, Hey, we not play tonight. We'll play tomorrow night and you guys need to be. Aware. You guys need to. Be. My full and stand with us and not just stay in your owners box not staying you're. GM's office and say, you're to hear us. Did last as much as we wanted it to it could've gone on a lot more but that hasn't happened. So I totally think was a missed opportunity at was the missed opportunity to actually will power. And if you have to flexing sometimes it's not. I mean the whole concept a loved the idea is is that we will not entertain we are not going to entertain. And I thought they were on the right path and like. I don't want to say this from a negative point of view, but I think within fell apart is when they try to. Solve the problem which is not impromptu. Saw No not play on these conditions and that's just it. And that's how you saw the will sort or as I was as I have been spoiled before is that you have to take something away a protest me take something. So one of the concept I have what will be the WHO entities all we want to play games and guys could just tell what I was tweet or don't play it. Don't have the Games on television. Now that's the strongest statement in the gains me everything else we care about who wins the championship but we will be. On who actually won again But we're not gonna any entertainers anymore actually showing it. I just wanted to make some kind of statement where they WANNA take some some element of the game away. So people realize that hey, the protests is still going on is something to say as that is permissive in everyone's mind they. Hey. No we don't get the end of the of right after a game they win check in jeopardy game was off. You take elements of the game wake. Protests access. Own have access right. I agree with you in that aspect and I do think. I don't think in any way that the gains would have not been televised. To take a term from Google Scott, Heron's revolution will be televised. But I do think. Something, as simple as not granting interviews, I think that would have gone a long way. You even though it's not as drastic as laugh. So lavazza games the players really wouldn't have any control over there anyway, but I do think of what did he do have control on is number one that plane on that end up not happening but number two? Yes they could have just said, okay you're not going to have access to us. You'RE NOT GONNA have access to wear. Okay. It's be business as usual. We're just GONNA talk about the game and be ambivalent about what's going on in the world. What's going on in the United States black people in the United States that would have been excellent move. Players? Yes. It didn't happen. Because you're not going to complicit in just covering us and just say Oh. Yes Why people just want to be entertained, they just want to have an escape from everything is going on which is action. And we're what of what's taking the running of was being tortured in this in this fiasco to not only we are we the ones that I've been other like animals. I, like on the street, but we're also saying. To win a chain you to select your. About as well. It's kind of insulting if you really think about it is that is. They are manipulate. US. To to to actually use our art-as-meditation to had not approached the issue. Rather than the favorite. It was so important for them NASA play. Hey what does that when? Of course? then. Let's. Let's have a real conversation about this issue because think about it you mean to tell me if you got all of the NFL owners, all the NBA on his all the MLB owners all the NHL on the. Oldest and they all had they all had a form and they went to and they went to their steelers in went through and they went to the state legislators to straight to the White House is they don't stop. This is bad for. Is. Bad for fucking business. Bottom line. Killing black men. And people not taking account out. Of here we've gotTA deal with all the time that should for fucking business we're talking being dollars stop this shit. But they ever done it. So that's I want to look owners really take a strong stance in attack it as it. Is I go this is a bad business model. You got because 'cause disrupting my workforce. Saying and then taking that stay and that's why. Players show some kind of way because there was about building building. A way to get to stay later and say, Hey. Hey We, need a stadium. No saying it was all about expansion and pains overseas or or just it. oftentimes simple as go the stadium over move. Bill won't be moved where we're GonNa talk about that and second 'cause. You're sure. But just to say, it could be that simple. That's that's how much power and that's how much Influence these sports. Franchise owners have and I do. WanNa shout out the WNBA because all the sports out of all the athletes in these professional sports leagues, the WNBA were really the ones that were the closest to say, okay, we're not gonNA play at all. What's ironic is they have much more to lose because of course, there's an equal say. They don't play as many games and they don't give all the perks. Any don't get all the bells and whistles that the men do so but they were more out in the forefront and they were they've been more progressive. When it comes to? The racial injustice and the shooting of a black people by police in this country and you know at that says a lot. We can't undermine that when we talk about athletes should do and athletes taking taking even bigger stand than what they've done so far. I mean bottom line is ongoing. Thank. What's right. What's wrong? And how can you? How can you turn your back with Banesto importance? This like anything you guys bring up we support you bring a breast cancer right there. So we when you ask the be citizens of the city in representative of the shield. You know what I'm saying got couple of knuckleheads but the collective, a NFL, NBA Mlb all sports, they represent themselves very walk. For the most part. Okay so you so you have a large contingency of your workforce telling you that there's a problem. And I and that we need you to help us address it and we've helped you. Know, the state policing of black people is out of control. And we're trying to explain it to you like just like Listening to another podcast how is it? You're like? Seventy eight gone up attendant trout in front of a judge, eight years old with A. Like that's crazy. So. You Got Karl Ribbon. House is Judy. Judy. Suck. To people and. You think Oh, saying it's like the disparities in his racial system is out of control now and you guys can hope fix at prop. What I'm saying I don't see why that's a problem too owners I don't see why no right and wrong is just an issue it's not a Buckwald. I'm GonNa tell you is that simple because many of them, I a good number of things. The same way the guy in the White House thinks they think the way the this the senators think this is the same mindset I mean they they hang out with these guys they go out with these guys the the have backroom dinners and parties. How do you think a lot of these guys get rich I mean when you talk about Green. Policy. That's put pass a lot of these franchise owners who are businessman businessman first and foremost okay. They have lobbyists some of them are lobby- lobbyists themselves, and they lobby and and The buddy up and Yuck it. Up. Whitby senators an east in the Congress Pete members of Congress. To footwork policy. So that that's where the disconnect comes and it's only GonNa go so far with what most of these franchise owners do because. Same black lives matter now Taking a knee and even marching as you've seen some folks, some coaches do primarily in college football. It's the in thing to do. Now it's the hip thing to do. Okay if I'M GONNA get my players to play for me. During during the pandemic I'm Nick Sabin. I'm. The coach in Mississippi State. Ole Miss I'm going to march with these guys because I'm GonNa need them doing quote coat dead. Even though all the restrictions are in CDC saw. Not The play. The. State Health Department. So telling you not play but I'm what for these guys get gung-ho for me to get that bonus contract for the school in the state to get that revenue. TV revenue our ticket revenue. I got these guys behind me. So I yeah I'm going to take our out of my day to with these guys to act like. You know what man? Saving Big One. Is. In the last. November was asking saving about Voting Ula. His Book by what a what? He made it seem like. Bowling was like. Going discussing in this program. Why? Time with that. It was just such a was like you'll do and. Attleboro problem with college sports. Sports is just way out of hand right now first of all the public took. A. Kids. But you have the majority of all these institutions. The kids are money virtue. Virtue. Most. Like fifty percents of all the classes curvy through classes now, our full such. May Have One laugh or here they. She'll never most cosmic. Dumb. The the football guys playing from pizzas or it's just wrong. Wrong Wrong it's it's it's money driven. Business entire states are you talking about Alabama? You're talking about Mississippi you know most of this other seems even. States in the Mid West. places where there's no protein baby lied on the State Universities Economy. A lot of people who live in the state of Alabama they work for the University of Alabama they worked for the University of Auburn so it is all economically driven. So. Of course, come hell or high water come pandemic. They're going to force the issue and play because okay because all. Well, if we don't play, we gotta lay off these people. Notice, the state won't get any money. You know all those things that are burdens on the players first, and foremost because they're the ones who are generating all this revenue where you know, John Mickey Smith, who worked for the university before the State University you know they stay employees and they are they will spend money. To upgrade their home or A. Little Exactly, so that's next. To where athletes don't say that all. Outrageous and listening. System I'm going to tell you it's awesome systemmatic. I got a couple of points talked one. is going to be harder to get, drafted. If you had cove it like that's like the Dave Product. The way at the combine you charge because again at. Where yet Kobe they want to check your heart to check your lungs. They want. They may drop down a great. Then they got to got asthma. Asthma, and yet covert as a bad. Pin. Them play. Play. That's not a good thing but it can really best. So. Yeah. Sad. One. Putting the players said if you don't play, will you know? You you baby. You may not be drafted 'cause. Beetle how? You know so. All those things coming up lately. On this girl like the fact that the prayers get any money is just such a dirty business like it's almost like. Like how you hit a political stuff about China and autism it's like China. China sweatshop as swear to goodness caught football Sunday there. That's a good way to put it more five sweatshop. It's like A. Chinese sweatshop man and it just got make it look real pretty in the put on TV and got because. Anything. All? Seen enough of it. Offer the and glory of the school. I don't know that means. NAMA. Matter. The dream is to go to the State University of Dream is to. Scholarship. Well here here's here's another thing quickly One thing that I've study was yes. Leave the. Detractors the contrary to say, yes, he's getting education getting a free room and board win Johnny and Mary you know they have to get their scholarship. Already have to take out student loans. Here's a caveat to that. I did research to where okay. What is what? What's the average tuition for? Let's say you're you're. The big state school. I was listening. I was twenty, seven thousand. Twenty seven thousand. Okay. So my research said that my research says. To me rather that okay. If you are a five storey Ashley and you weren't given a scholarship to that state school. The. The monetary. The monetary scholarship that that particular athletes get gets is actually less than what the average student will. Have to pay to to that scheme you're saying it's twenty seven, thousand dollars. What they'll do is they'll minimize scholarship for basketball player or football player it may just be twenty, one thousand. Books Twenty one thousand instead of the regular twenty, seven, thousand, order regular thirty thousand. Someone someone. Did a article just recently, I can't think of it was It was up. CanNot. Think of right now. Be when she wrote was. Average player even at the duck. The. Twenty, six, thousand, a year for tuition. The average pair was still be worth a hundred, four, thousand hours per year. That's what any stack would be. Respect. US even modest. Phone. Lucky me. If they. GotTa. Come from me just not morning whatever it is. You want for me on he thought at night that comforts me is starving whoever tiny. Lucky me. It'd be rich in a world when this free and separated from him by one degree surrounded by Nicholas who did I, agree and the ones that never got their first Greece. Lucky me yeah. To slash halls slash also rockstar sit even bought slash old. RIGHT STARS IT GETS AND HAD MY HANDS ON THE R&B Legends you could. 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