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"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Words tell me that i have been effective in the defense of our friend our congressman our future senator clockstar Adam Schiff yes Chris you got a tweet yes Stephanie's Yiddish accent is every bit as authentic as her Conor McGregor impression why how dare you how dare you you get nothing normal with a with your Jewish accent I'm I think on balance it was a good day for justice yesterday I thought Adam Schiff was just brilliant and Daniel Rodriguez one of several rioters who stormed the Capitol got almost 13 years in prison the guy that tased Michael Fanone he as he was let out by US Marshals he shouted Trump won Fanone said he'll have 13 years in prison to think about that uh -huh um yeah he stated though he wants to see Trump prosecuted for his role in January 6 to which I say yay a moment of magical bipartisan unity um yeah he had bragged on telegram I did so much I got with away I'll tell you later I tase them out of the blue yeah well he didn't get away with it and this this part oh can I have the tiniest of violins please his attorneys tried to paint their client as someone who was led astray by Trump who Rodriguez viewed as a father figure George Michael would be so happy something he didn't have growing up he even referred to Trump as dad in social media posts oh how bad does your childhood have
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WTOP
"2023 welcome in this early 2 a .m hour glad you're with us here at WTOP I'm Dean Lane Juan Herrera is our producer among the top stories we're following for you as we roll into CBS News Brief the mayor Matador of Texas as three people are believed dead after tornado klbk chief meteorologist Jacob Riley describes the destruction we have an 18 -wheeler tractor trailer turned completely up on its side this has done quite a bit of damage the latest total show that the majority of motley county is without power so these folks out here have been hit very hard they were in their seats at red rocks amphitheater in Jefferson County Colorado when hail rained down with a vengeance people have been sharing photos on twitter showing huge welts and bruises noises underwater have given rescuers hope that they may still find people alive in that submersible his u .s. Coast Guard captain Jamie Frederick yesterday the Canadian p3 detected underwater noises in the search area as a result ROV operations were relocated in an attempt to explore the origin of the voices although the ROV searches have yielded negative results they continue CBS News Brief I'm Kenyon WTOP at 233 he was convicted of attacking an injured DC cop during the Capitol riot now a judge has decided this week how long he'll spend in jail sentence headed down to Daniel Rodriguez California is one of the longest in any of the 1 ,000 plus u .s. Capitol riot prosecutions 12 and a half years in prison Rodriguez was accused of using a stun gun against injured DC police officer Michael Fanon January 6th as the hearing ended today Rodriguez said loudly won Trump CBS News correspondent Scott McFarland on WTOP the judge says in the case the forty -year -old Rodriguez was a one -man army of hate attacking police and destroying property at the Capitol that day WTOP news time now 2 33 the following is a public service announcement for soldiers fighting overseas in public safety it can be tough to stay focused when they know their families may be struggling Eagle's Watch wants to help light the load and you can help by donating a gift card of any amount we'll make sure they go to military and public safety families who are in need please mail your gift cards or donations to Eagle's Watch Foundation 200 Lawyer's Road number 256 Vienna Virginia 22183 or go to Eagle's Watch Foundation org and click on the gift cards for the home front lane when there's not enough coffee in all of Washington to get you going you've got John and Michelle UTLP news. Good Thursday morning June 22nd glad you're with us 234 on WTLP the accused leaker of highly classified Pentagon documents pleads not guilty this week to federal felony charges in the case Massachusetts Air National Guard member Jack Teixeira entered the plea in Worcester a
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Vessel could be found before the on board oxygen is deployed. The operated vehicles have been unable to find any sign of the vessel since being deployed to that area. That search area, by the way, has now been expanded to around twice the size of the state of Connecticut, as well two as and a half miles deep. U S Coast Guard Captain Jamie Frederick was asked at what point would they consider calling off the search? We're not there yet. Um, but if we continue to search potentially we could be at that point. But again, we're not there yet. And, um, that's a discussion that we will have with the family long before I'm going to discuss that here publicly. Fox News reports that Hunter Irvine will make his first court appearance on federal tax and gun charges on July 26 in Delaware. President Biden's son has already agreed to plead guilty to two misdemeanor tax charges while also entering into a pre -trial diversion agreement on a felony gun charge. A California man has been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for using a stun gun on a police officer during the January 6 riots at the Capitol. Daniel Rodriguez pleading guilty back in February to assault as well as to conspiracy obstruction of an official proceeding case. The 40 -year -old was also ordered to pay almost $100 ,000 in restitution to the police department. A new report says that it's likely that a strong El Nino over the next year will lead to the most severe haze experienced in Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia in at least five years. The Singapore Institute of International Affairs has issued the highest color -coded level of risk in the past five years of a major El Nino occurring while U .S. the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration predicts there's an 84 % chance of a strong event this year. An El Nino is a weather event that can disrupt normal weather patterns. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2 ,700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Dan Schwartzman, this is Bloomberg, Bryan. All right Dan, thanks very much. Let's get to our guest Mark Matthews, Head of Asia Research at Julius Baer. Hey Mark, great to have you on the program again. I'm kind of of the view that the macro is starting to take a little bit of a back seat here in that we've seen a lot of movements because of AI in US stocks and we've had pretty good performance in the stock market even with rates going up. So I'm sure that's still very much on your mind, but no matter what the environment is, there's always ways to make money. What do you make money at the moment? Well, Brian, I think it is by remaining fully invested by and all means the market could take a breather over the next couple of weeks, even next the couple of months. We're already up something like three and a half, four percent in the month of June and usually in the summer the market goes up maybe a percent, percent and a half. As you know, it's sort of a summer lull usually. But just looking at last night, for example, I noticed that six out of the 11 S &P sectors were up even though the S &P itself was down a notch and so was the Nasdaq. I So think what's happening is you're getting a broadening out of the rally we've had this year away from those tech mega caps into interestingly more cyclical sectors like transports, financials, oil and gas. And the reason that's interesting is that most people think the economy is going to slow down from here. So why would cyclical stocks be going up? But they are. We had J -PAL signaling today that may be another two great hikes to come, the timing not quite certain, but do you feel the market is in its stride as well? I do think that the one big surprise this year is how Teflon the market has been to this massive rate increase. We've gone up 5 percent from where we were in March last year. And it's the fastest pace, I think, in history. So either So 5 % was the right thing to do or it was the wrong thing to do. I don't think it matters whether it's like five or in a quarter or five and a half. And I think our own view, I'll just state, is that we're in the camp, which I must admit is a minority now because I noticed that futures are indicating a 75 % chance of a hike in July. But we are in the camp that the rate hike cycle has done. The last rate hike was in May. And I think the economics justify that because if you look at the Cleveland Federal Reserve's Inflation Nowcast, for example, they're looking for 3 .2 % headline CPI in June. So we're really getting back into a normal range naturally without the need for further rate hikes. So our view is that there will be no more, but I must admit his which has been that there could be one or two more. And we're still waiting to see what the impact is. It seems like we're up around 5 % on interest rates. And even if they go another one or two, I mean, how much does it matter? They're talking about staying there for a while. So we've already had a fair bit of impact on the economy, but it hasn't been that dramatic. And how dramatic could it get? Because if you think about it, if we go into recession, then all bets are off. If we muddle through, then these bets might look pretty good. Yeah, well, I suppose the market always keeps us on our toes. And of course, if we do go into a recession, I think we can be very confident that rates will come down, and the market will react positively to that.
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WTOP
"Stephen Portnoy has results of a new survey. The CBS News poll finds Americans roughly split action on the question generally, of affirmative with 53 % saying such policies should continue and 47 % saying they should be abolished. But on the question of college admissions, which the Supreme Court is expected to weigh in on this month, 7 in 10 in our poll say race should not be a factor. 90 % of those polled say racism continues to be a in problem the U .S. More than half say it's still a major problem. Expect more rate hikes this year says CBS Business reporter Jason Brooks. Fed chair Jerome Powell told the House Financial Services Committee in semi -annual testimony that higher interest rates are likely needed to bring down inflation to the Fed's 2 % target. Powell said the rate hikes will be moderate. A January 6th insurrectionist, who attacked a police officer during the riot is going away for a long time says CBS's Scott McFarlane. 12 The sentence and a half years in prison is one of the longest issued in any U .S. Capitol riot case. The prosecutor said Daniel Rodriguez of California used a taser against injured DC police officer Michael known as the hearing ended as the sentencing ended Rodriguez said loudly Trump won the former special counsel John Durham author of a report on the FBI's investigation into then candidate Donald Trump and Russia testified before a house committee today about his report CBS's Skylar Henry has that special counsel John Durham told lawmakers the FBI acted too quickly launching its probe of Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and possible ties to Russia the FBI was too willing to accept and use politically funded and uncorroberted position research such as the steel dossier on Wall Street the Dow closed down 102 points the S &P 500 down 23 points NASDAQ closed down a hundred sixty five points almost one and a quarter percent this is CBS News need hires who dazzle without the hassle you need indeed their powerful platform helps you attract interview and hire candidates all in one place cash credit 603 on Wednesday June 21st 2023 the first day of summer 65 in the nation's capital good evening I'm Brendan Hazleton and I'm Sean Anderson local our story top this hour on WTOP the latest on the deadly private plane crash earlier this month the pilot and three passengers were all unconscious just
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WTOP
"Police officer has pleaded guilty. California's Daniel Rodriguez has told them he believed he was doing the right thing at the time. Former D.C. officer Michael fanone was brutally beaten that day after another rioter, dragged him into the crowd, at one point he lost consciousness. He had a heart attack as he told CNN he tried to save himself by screaming that he has children. I just remember yelling out that I have kids. And it seemed to work some people in the crowd started to encircle me and try to offer me some level of protection, but known as known advocate for other police officers putting their lives on the line during the capitol riot. Today's guilty plea comes after two weeks before jury selection in Rodriguez's federal trial. The 40 year old tearfully told agents he was ashamed of his actions and sentencing is in May. Now to the war in Ukraine as Iran has been sending weapons to Russia that have proven to be devastating for Ukrainians now, today we're learning the U.S. may be about to turn the tables on both Russia and Iran. The story from WTO national security correspondent JJ green. The Wall Street Journal first reported this and we've spoken to others since then to confirm this the U.S. Military is considering sending thousands of weapons seized and more than a million rounds of ammunition once bound for Iran backed fighters in Yemen to Ukraine. This would be an unprecedented step that would help keep battle Russian forces. U.S. officials said they're looking at sending Ukraine more than 5000 assault rifles, 1.6 million rounds of small arms ammunition, a small number of anti tank missiles more than 7000 proximity fuses. These were all seized recently off the Yemen coast from smugglers working for Iran. The challenge here is the Biden administration needs to find a legal justification for taking weapons from one conflict and transferring them to another because the UN arms embargo requires the U.S. and its allies to destroy, store, or get rid of these seized weapons. WTO's national security correspondent, JJ green. More than 70 people who live in tents in northwest D.C.'s McPherson square will be forcibly moved tomorrow by the park service. The federal agency says it's happening because of sanitation concerns and criminal activity there. Almost no one living in a tent wants
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WTOP
"Officer who was trying to defend the capitol. 40 year old Daniel Rodriguez pleaded guilty today to four felony charges, including assaulting a law enforcement officer after he was arrested two years ago, Rodriguez told FBI agents, he drove a stun gun in D.C. police officer Michael fanon's neck fanone told CNN. He was desperately fighting for his life that day. Some guy started getting a hold of my gun They were screaming out. You know, kill him with his own gun. At that point, it was just like self preservation. How do I survive this situation? Rodriguez will be sentenced in May and fanon went on to become an advocate for other police officers who put their lives on the line that day, January 6th of the capitol riot. Now to the war in Ukraine, Ukrainian officials are still lobbying Western countries for modern fighter jets, but they're not making much progress. Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin said today after a NATO meeting in Brussels, this isn't about one single capability referring to the warplanes. In the meantime, there was some better news for Ukrainian leaders today. National security correspondent JJ Greek for months, Ukrainians have been suffering through days and nights without electricity. But today there was a ray of hope. The biggest news from Ukraine is that fourth day in a row since Saturday basically we do not have the electricity shortage. Do you have any crap? A member of Ukraine's parliament says, this is a testament to their resilience. We have all of the nuclear power plants repaired and they are all working. For the first time during this difficult winter, Ukrainians have no power blackouts, but that could change at any moment because Russia launches the tax on the critical infrastructure almost every two weeks. That's expected to increase in coming weeks. That's JJ green WTO's national security correspondent. Tomorrow, more than 70 people living in tents in northwest D.C.'s McPherson square will be forcibly moved to the National Park Service. There will be forcibly moved by the park service, which oversees federal land. But one lawmaker in D.C. argues that clearing the crowded camp is only going to create another problem. The National Park Service says
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WTOP
"To him being shot and killed. Family members, Friends, and people from the community gathered here as Cunningham was laid to rest. The idea that some ordinary person would say I'm going to try to stop this and make a difference was so heartwarming and tragic and I just felt like I had to be here for the family. At congressional cemetery Nick all in LA WTO P news. More than 70 people who live in tents in northwest D.C.'s McPherson square will be forcibly moved tomorrow by the National Park Service. The federal agency says it's happening because of sanitation concerns and criminal activity in the square. Almost no one living in a tent wants to live in a tent. Council member Robert white is pushing back against the request by D.C.'s Department of Health and Human Services to clear McPherson square of unhoused residents during hypothermia season. And we have resources to get them in the housing, then it's our job to connect those dots. But he says there's no place for them to go. The park service says after learning of three overdose deaths on the camp and that crowding on the square has made maintaining sanitation, trash removal and access difficult, it agreed to move up the date of the clearing from April 15th. Now to the latest guilty plea from a January 6th rioter. A California man admits to using a stun gun to attack a D.C. police officer who was trying to defend the capitol. 40 year old Daniel Rodriguez pleaded guilty today to four felony charges, including assaulting a law enforcement officer. After he was arrested two years ago, Rodriguez told FBI agents, he drove a stun gun in D.C. police officer Michael fanon's neck. The known told CNN he was desperately fighting for his life. Some guys started getting
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WTOP
"Council members Robert white and Brienne nadot disagreed with the decision, asking for a plan for everyone to be safely housed before the camp is closed. A January 6th rioter who told the FBI he drove a stun gun into the neck of a D.C. police officer has now pleaded guilty. California's Daniel Rodriguez also told them he believed he was doing the right thing at the time. Former D.C. officer Michael fanone was brutally beaten that day after another rioter dragged him into the crowd at one point he lost consciousness had a heart attack and as he told CNN tried to save himself by screaming he had kids I just remember yelling out that I have kids and it seemed to work some people in the crowd started to encircle me and try to offer me some level of protection. But none is now an advocate for other police officers who put their lives on the line that day. Today's guilty plea comes about two weeks before jury selection in Rodriguez's federal trial, the 40 year old tearfully told agents he was ashamed by his actions, sentencing is set for May. Indictments today against a Maryland woman and a Florida man accused of conspiring to destroy Maryland power stations in Baltimore and bring down power in the city. Sarah clan Daniel of cayden's ville and Brandon Russell of Orlando, Florida, are charged with conspiring to destroy an energy facility. If convicted they could each face up to 20 years in federal prison. Investigators say the pair met while both were in prison and began talking about the plot last year. They say Clint Daniel described their plan as legendary and said the attack would completely destroy the whole city. Prosecutors say Russell is the founder of a neo Nazi group linked to several murders bombings and plots here in the U.S. and other countries. Four O 6, a manassas man is under arrest accused of stabbing his mother to death. When Prince William county police got to the regency apartments on shallow creek loop, they found the woman outside. She'd been stabbed in the neck. Police say they learned the person who did it was her son, a witness, saw him walking along train tracks near Bristol road, when officers first approached he ignored them and kept walking, he finally stopped and was taken into custody. Darien hunter wildes charged with murder and stabbing during a felony in the death of his mother, Jennifer Nicole Marshall. Hey, stay with us after traffic and weather, one local veterans nearly 6 decade wait for the Medal of Honor is over. CBS News correspondent Catherine herridge will be with us in minutes, its four O 7. Have you been hit with a crippling cyberattack that stemmed from a
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WTOP
"Nick all in Ellie, WTO P news now to the latest guilty plea from a January 6th rioter, a California man is admitting to using a stun gun to attack a D.C. police officer who was trying to defend the capitol, 40 year old Daniel Rodriguez pleaded guilty today to four felony charges, including assaulting a law enforcement officer after he was arrested two years ago, Rodriguez told FBI agents, he drove a stun gun into D.C. police officer Michael fanon's neck, but don't tell CNN. He was desperately fighting for his life that day. Some guys started getting a hold of my gun and they were screaming out. You know, kill him with his own gun. At that point, it was just like self preservation. How do I survive this situation? Rodriguez will be sentenced in May. We've got an update on an apparent plot to attack Baltimore's power grid. A woman from Kate andville and a man from Orlando, Florida, have now been charged with conspiracy to shoot at energy substations around the Baltimore area. Prosecutors say Sarah Beth, clen Daniel, and neo Nazi leader Clint Russell plotted the attack to further a racist agenda. Police say they stopped the attack in its tracks when they arrested the pair earlier this month. Russell and clan Daniel are charged with conspiracy to destroy an energy facility. They face a maximum of 20 years in prison. A manassas woman was found stabbed to death this morning. Police have now arrested and charged her son. Prince William county police got a 9-1-1 call for a woman who'd been stabbed. They found her outside her apartment on shallow creek loop. She'd been stabbed in the neck, police learned the suspect was her son, they searched her apartment, but it was empty witness saw him walking along train tracks on bristow road. At first he ignored police telling him to stop, but eventually he did. Darion hunter wilds is charged with murder and stabbing during a felony in the death of his mother, Jennifer Nicole Marshall. Well, where 6 weeks into the new year and many of us may not be living up to our new year's resolutions, though Sean Anderson you are trying. That's true. We talked to an online based trainer about how to make and meet goals of being like Sean, eating healthier and exercising. You don't have to be extreme. You just have to be consistent. TJ modes of coach with cat fitness academy says being more active will be easier in the coming months with better weather. The hard part is sticking with better eating habits. Failure refrigerator with the things that you want to eat. That was like fake it till you make it. Go grocery shopping. After you've eaten, so you're not hungry and get all the things that you think that you feel you should be eating. Getting over 7000 steps a day is great activity. And if you want to tackle a bit more strength training, don't focus on those bicep curls. The amount of muscle that we have and we rely so heavily on our legs to carry us around each and every single day. You got to start putting some pressure on those legs. Luke Luke or WTO P news. With us here on WTO inflation more or less held steady in January, we're going
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WTOP
"Schedule your free in home estimate. It is two ten. A January 6th rioter who told the FBI he drove a stun gun into the neck of a D.C. police officer pleads guilty. California's Daniel Rodriguez also told them he believed he was doing the right thing at the time. Former officer Michael fanone was brutally beaten that day after another writer dragged him into the crowd. At one point he lost consciousness, had a heart attack and desperately tried saving himself by screaming he had kids. Today's guilty plea comes about two weeks before jury selection in Rodriguez's federal trial. The 40 year old tearfully told agents he was ashamed by his actions, sentencing is in May. A man whose family name was taken down at the university of Richmond's law school once more than a century's worth of money back. Robert C Smith says his family's endowment since the mid 19th century is now worth $3.6 billion. And because his family is being denigrated, he thinks he thinks the school owes them. The Washington Post reports that the former TC Williams school of law was named for a man who owned 20 to make that 25 to 40 enslaved people, his great great grandson says the school cave to woke activists and calls president Kevin holic, quote a carpet bagging weasel. Tells the post they recognize the role of the Williams family and it has played at the law school and respect the school's full and complete history, by the way, this is not the same TC Williams that Alexandria city high school was originally named for. 27 years. That's how long Kenneth Bond was in prison for the 1995 killing of a Morgan State University freshman. It is a murder that Bond says he did not commit. Now the 43 year old is out of prison and fighting to clear his name. Kenneth Bond says one of the best moments since his release was seeing his father. In the sea, his happiness to his joy because I'm sure, as I had those days where I felt like I was gonna never come home that he had those days where he felt like he was gonna never see his son again on the street. After hearing an argument from attorney Mark Howard with the Georgetown prison justice initiative, a judge reduced bond sentence, allowing for his release as part of the state's juvenile restoration act, but he's not exonerated. I served 27 years for a crime I had nothing to do with. And although I'm out, I'm still fighting to prove my innocence. You know, I don't want to be seen as a murderer. Howard says he and his students will continue to work to clear bond's name. We all believe in Kenny's innocence. We believe that we've proven it, and we want to have the opportunity in court to make this outcome really just, which is getting him fully declared exonerated, and along with that should come compensation. Meghan cloher, WTO P news. Stay with us. Some big news on Alex Ovechkin and there are some coaching developments in the NFL, all that ahead of two
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"When you wanted to go fight and not go to college for football, we were parents like what the fuck are you doing? Yes, absolutely. Yeah. Yeah, they were. And they're like, what are you doing? You got, they're gonna pay for your college. You're gonna go play football and like, why would you throw it away? And I was just like, you know, I don't wanna do it anymore. I'm not in love with it anymore. And I want to pursue this and there are just like, oh my gosh, I can't believe it, but by the way, you almost ruined my marriage, by the way, just so you know. I did? Yes, because when you were fighting Colby Covington, I knew you, I knew Colby, I was watching the fight on my phone instead of buying rings. So we're looking for engagement rings, and I'm watching your fight. It was a good fight. And to this day, she's still like, you weren't the paying attention. I was running Barbara. And I got a whole joke about it. Marriage could be temporary loss to stay on your record, you know? Well, I appreciate the love, man. I mean, that's a huge commitment to be able to just commit to watching me instead of focusing on your wife in the ring. Yeah, yeah, a 100%. I mean, it was all, it was gold rings. Now your flies, now your last second to last fight, you had an internal laparotomy, which is bleeding, what is that? And how did that happen? Yeah, so I ruptured two arteries in my abdomen, and it happened. I was supposed to find Daniel Rodriguez on a short notice. And I was doing my final preparations, the Friday before I'd had to fight week. And it took a body kick, and didn't think anything of it. Continued through my rounds, did all three rounds hung out and talked with the guys afterwards and was heading home. And my stomach was kind of hurting, and I was like, well, I didn't have a great breakfast. That hungry or whatever. So I stop, I've got some food, and then was on my way. I was talking to my wife and started getting tingling from head to toe. Sweating like crazy. And then my vision went out while I was driving. And so I was like, she was like, you need to pull over and so I just swerved over. Thankfully, there was no cars there. And I felt my tires dip on the side of the road and just threw on my brakes. And then she hung up to call an ambulance or whatever, and my vision came back, and I called an ambulance, and they came and picked me up and took me to the hospital in Asheville, and they did what it's called. Ultrasound on my stomach and I was full blood and rushed me into emergency surgery. So you were probably very close to dying in that situation. You're bleeding internally, you didn't know it, right? And I was still fighting. Yeah, that's two minutes, two minutes, and I was a goner for a 100%. Like two more minutes, and I was dead. That's crazy. And you thought that hit your, you remember the shot to the gut that made that happen?.
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on Can He Do That?
"In my own. You know. I need to be a need to be that person beyond the beyond the the artist. I need to be the the man daniel rodriguez and i i barely know. Now i mean so less to meet you daniel..
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Those who served those who left parts 10 bodies behind and in the sands of Afghanistan to see you know where we are today. So, um, well, yeah, Daniel, you like so many people who were whose lives were changed that day, You have dedicated the last 20 years to continue to try to unite this country. You're retired cop now, but you continue to sing and go to events all around the country. In fact, I think you're in Richmond right now for an event are you not for for tonight and tomorrow? I'm here. Yeah, I'm doing I'm doing, um Radio and TV Some scope yesterday most and then tomorrow I'm singing with the Chesapeake, Um, just to pick some fun Sinfonia and Chesapeake Bay. This is going to be a full symphony concert outdoors there. Um, well, I appreciate your continued service, and most often you're you're singing to raise money for first responders for veterans. Thank you so much and continue to embody that spirit of post 9 11. We're on the right side of this thing, And we're lucky to have you on our side. Well, thank you so much. It's a pleasure. And, uh, you know, I'm an optimist, and I do believe that this country can Can find that resilience and that we had been. It's within us to get up and get back on our feet and, you know, get back together to bring this country back to, um, where it was to bring this country back and make it great. So, um, I continue to give my My gift. You know in that cause Amen. Daniel Rodriguez. Thank you so much today. Thank you. God Blast Mariko Mile hole. Sweet. I'm Jeff Dick, chairman and CEO of Main Street Bank, Finding a bank with through personal services.
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Was a Placido Domingo was Andrea Bocelli. Now it's just a cop. I was a little bit more than a cop. It was Daniel Rodriguez, who became known as the singing policeman and full NYPD uniform singing God Bless America that day, and, frankly, I've said it, Daniel singlehandedly bringing God bless America Back into American ballparks. They still sing it usually on Sundays. Now, after The seventh inning stretch and I'm so honored to talk to you. Thanks for being here today. Thank you, Larry to it's a pleasure to be here with you to mark this morning. And, uh, yeah, that's uh, that's uh, a big big number. And it was It was probably a big changing point in my life in post 9 11 days. I'm bed. I got to tell you I hear you sing that and it takes me right back to that moment and I get tears in my eyes. How did you do this? Knowing that your your brothers were, you know, still being recovered? Their remains were still being recovered Just down at the tip of Manhattan while you're standing there in the Bronx in full uniform, and you got through it like I mean, honestly, what an incredible moment for you. How do you do it? Well, I think, um, I think the most important thing is that you know, I've been I've been a cop for I was a cop for some time, almost almost 10 years then, But I've been saying all my life and, um, for me. It was more of a calling when I got the chance to sing at Yankee Stadium because I I was looking for something myself to give me. Um, to start my healing I need I needed something to make sense of this. Senseless act And when I stepped onto the field and when they announced my name, and I saw the capacity crowd just here, I knew that we were going to be okay. I knew that. You know this resilient city this This is this attitude of you know, we're not going to go hide in caves, um, was alive and well and Um, it gave me the strength to do my absolute, very best rendition of God bless America, and it was a message that I believe I was giving it at that point that came from somewhere beyond myself something higher than myself, and it began began to heal process of healing from him. Daniel, this is Patrice and Luca. Take us back to that day. I mean, I understand that you were driving to work when the first plane hit the World Trade Center share your reflections of that moment. Hi, Patricia. I was Yeah, that morning I was coming from Staten Island where I lived, and I was starting my day work. My I started a tour a little later in the day. So for the most part, might like Crew. My my co workers were already in network. I'm crossing the Arizona Bridge and, um, sometimes during the during the crossing traffic got a little heavy and I'm not stopped, and I just kind of daydreaming. The radio was not working for some reason and And then I saw actions coming across the mid span of the Arizona Bridge, and I couldn't my life from me thinks where is that is coming from in the middle of the Hudson River. When I looked over to the left, I saw the first tower was burning and It was just unbelievable. You know, to see the site and that's the first thing that came to my mind is, you know there has to be some kind of maybe gas main explosion. I had no idea what it was. The only thing I knew was that I had to get to work. I had to get there because my crew at all would already be there. Um, there was a caravan of emergency vehicles coming across and I got in my present vehicle. Just before the they passed very lucky and That got me down to the HIV linked down to the battery tunnel. And the last moment, um, I made a left instead of a right as the reason I'm here to tell the story. I went down to City Hall and I was just I was just outside the towers when they came down rather than inside so Uh, yeah, and with witnessed terrorism made my peace with God that day, and I thought about my family and and all the friends that I had lost the life that was lost when those towers came down. We are speaking Lieutenant Rodriguez, known as the singing Policeman and Y P D Cup. Who, as you just heard was right there at ground zero. When the towers came down, he is known as as sort of an icon of the of the spirit of New York coming out of those events, and I do mean it between you And, of course, the iconic moment of President George W. Bush trying out the first pitch of the first game back at Yankee Stadium, Mayor Rudolph Giuliani commissioner Bernie Kerik, this idea of New York resilience and you're not going to mess with our city that embodied the aftermath of 9 11 20. Years later, I got to ask Daniel as a New Yorker, very different New York City that we're looking at right now. What do you make of it? That's a different worlds. Yeah, Um, And it's funny, because, um, I've been discussing this for some time. Now. That was the podcast called America's song that was being done by The Washington Post and And the discussion was the the idea of God Bless America being such a uniting force during the aftermath of September 11th and you know today it could be activists as divisive residents united because of the way the The country is just, you know, just Become so divided and, um, I am I have my own issues of PTSD and and, you know, depression after 9, 11 and I'll tell you it doesn't help to turn on T V and see, Um Taliban flags over our embassies. Yeah, it's really, really hard for for us..
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Are you ready? Prostitution? That's the sound of the president knighted states walking away and turning his back on reporters, reporters who represent the American people asking questions of our leaders. He turns his back and walks his way. He's been doing that a lot, Patrice. That last question. Very interesting. Is this constitutional? Mr President? No answer. He just turned his back. You know why? Because Mission accomplished. It doesn't matter whether it's constitutional doesn't matter whether it's actually implemented or not doesn't matter. He expects everyone and last night on prime time television and cable news. They pretty much you know, followed the lead and took the bait. He expects everyone to just change the subject. Don't look at Afghanistan. Don't think about tomorrow's 9 11 anniversary. Go ahead, debate this now for a while and divide us all between the vaccinated and unvaccinated. The mandate pro mandated anti mandates. Because I'd prefer that conversation than have you focused on my failures in Afghanistan? Well, you know, and he also turned his back on the American people. And he treated people the American people more as peasants and subjects then as citizens, and so it is the I am I wear the crown. I've waved my my scepter. I have said that this is going to be how it is. And you are going to just accept it, and I do not have to ask and answer any questions. And how dare you even asked, how dare you challenge and ask me? Yes, we've lost patience with you, Our friend Morgan Ortega's family. The State Department reminded everyone yesterday on social media. Yeah, you're all going to talk about the covid think fine, but let's not forget. Tomorrow is the 20th anniversary of 9 11. We left hundreds of Americans behind enemy lines and the terrorist controlling Afghanistan will be swearing in their leaders Saturday, mocking the anniversary doing a victory lap on the anniversary. Well, we're not buying it. We didn't take the bait. We're talking about 9 11 this anniversary and what it means and what's going on right now in Afghanistan all morning long coming up Mark Morgan, who was there on at ground zero, right after the events of 9 11, and we're going to speak with Daniel Rodriguez, that famous singing policeman of the N Y p D as our very special programming on this 20th anniversary of September,.
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"I think you guys is a real deal. Damn it. I figured Jakarta said, you don't think barbossa could fucking get away with one of the fancy ones? I don't think but I don't think Barbosa wants to win with fancy shit. I think he needs to make it like a dog fight job was laid down, making long rounds. And beat that kid up. That's what I think your entire Barbosa wins. That's the way, right? That's the strategy. Go forward. I mean, go for it. This kid up. It's 5 rounds, right? I just heard about it. Nice. 5 rounds, you know, that's a long fucking night. Everybody. I think it's better for Barbosa being a 5 rounder. Like I said, the way to win is going forward and beat that get up and make him uncomfortable bullying him a little bit. Yeah, I like that idea. That's like totally what it should be. Oh, can Barbosa hold up? Like, will he be able to, you know, cardio through that? Have you had reoccurring injuries to stop him from doing his cardio the way it has been in the past? Like, you fucking looked awesome that guy that can just explode still a minute 49 to be asked to, you know? I think he's very, very talented, but you're right. Gigan is like on some kind of crazy one, right? Like everybody's talking about him, right? It's weird not to, you know, the screen is broken . So I have to throw up to you, Adam, over to you, Adam. Kevin Lee is fighting D rod, Daniel Rodriguez, also on Saturday night. I don't know this one. Who Rodriguez. He wrote, yeah, I mean, he's definitely Kevin Lee's so streaky. Bill does fire. I'm not going to disagree with Johnny Bedford, kidding me. I'm going to argue with talking about who the hell is Kevin Lee trying to win. I think he's back doing Cooper. Do we? The thing about that is, like, underutilizing his wrestling, you know? Like, I love doing Cooper, but you know, you need the training room with a bunch of meat heads that also can wrestle instead of only kickboxers. I don't know, maybe Kevin Lee now has like because you swore enough, you play enough. Maybe he can figure out how not to get fucking taken down during one of those melees. You know what I mean? And then get gassed out. Like that's the only problem that he encounters really in his fights is like he fucks up and slips pretty much. He does like punching punching, taking oh fuck him on the ground. And then in a wrestling position and then gets all swollen up, you know, like it's just tiring to do like scrambling exchanges and that kind of shit. And then usually a jiu-jitsu guy has leverage on him. You know, and I mean, how's rod's jiu-jitsu? I don't know all of his. I see him as not going everybody out. Yeah, he's going to be a bigger guy. Too, that's why I pick him. I think he's the bigger guy. I don't think Kevin Lee, like you said, he's not at the right place to utilize his wrestling where he has the advantage. I think he's going to get tired because he's a big kid. And he gets freaking hard. He hits off. Sam alvie, who we talked is on a 5 fight losing streak, maybe 6 fight. Great guy, awkward gotta fight has power. Has like 7 kids. It's up to two kids. They're all staying with the wife and North Carolina is on..
"daniel rodriguez" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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