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"darrell scott" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"Maybe you've heard that before. Maybe that's the first time you've ever heard it. But what strikes me the most about this story? Is it the first people that are recorded hearing what we call the good news of Jesus birth or the Christmas Day birth is shepherd? Shepherds who at one point in the scripture were David was a shepherd. We hired these great in the Old Testament of the Jewish writings where shepherds were a very honored profession. And then as it gets into the, you know, as more modern times come, shepherds were out in the fields and not is highlighted as you saw it earlier. But it also highlighted the real just people who got up and went to work. I mean, they washed over their flocks. They had a very lonely job at many times out with the flocks out in the fields and the baron feels away from people. But it's interesting to me that the first moments of this story, the scripture accords that they were the first to hear. And I've wondered about that often. Why were they the first to hear? You know, they didn't run into the churches. He didn't run into the synagogue that when churches weren't in running the synagogues, they didn't run to what an announced in the cities and it wasn't announced in the religious environments or the secular environment in that matter from just a venue perspective. It was announced in the fields with folks who were just doing their job. Shepherds, who were out there, washing over, as it says, their flocks. I think what it just speaks to me so much in this story. Is that the shepherds represent all of us? The hope of Christmas came for all. The hope of Christmas was not relegated to those who had made it thought they had made it or hoped to have made it. It was relegated and given not to a select few but was given to all the good news was spread to those who won didn't expect it and to spread it to those two who probably were the most receptive to it. We talk politics on this podcast all the time. And we talk live. We've talked this year. We've had some great times on how do we live life better. I can't think of a better way to talk about this time of the year than to say a self evaluation. The piece of Christmas came that you did not have to stay as you were. That was the whole premise of Christ coming that he saw that God saw our condition sent his son for us in Christmas is that celebration. It is fulfilled in what the Christians celebrate his Easter. But it was started in Christmas, and it was offered to all. And as we go about our every day, my question is, is if you take your savate and if you look at faith, the question comes to mind is, are we willing to give ourselves to all? Remember when he gave life to us, it was not for us to keep. It was for us to give away. I've shared many times and I shared with pastor Darrell Scott, who was on our podcast just earlier this month, and we talked about the fact that what we go through in life, the circumstances and we're live. We're not meant for us to just store away and keep for ourselves. They were meant to give away so that others could learn from what we had been through. You see these shepherds once they heard about it. They had to go sell somebody. And for me, I want to just share with you this. That we have a country that is an amazing country. We have a place that is great. And as we celebrate Christmas, this season, it already others, they celebrate Hanukkah they celebrate other holidays during the season. But for me, as a Christian, Christmas tells me that there's nothing that I have that I, in many ways, should not be willing to share with others. Especially when it comes to life and hope and love and joy. And it may come in those special moments that quiet moment on Christmas Eve when you got all the kids to bed or everybody who's come to visit they're all quiet and you just walk out on your back porch or you walk out on the front porch and it's just quiet and you look up into the stars and you just reflect on the fact that you have life that each day the sun is going to get up and each night the moon is going to shine and that you have another day to not only reflect on where you've been before you can go. And you're living in a country that provides that opportunity. So today is we just take a few moments to celebrate what I believe is the story surrounding Christmas and that is the fact that it was for everyone. Not just the ones, like I said, we see it all the time. You know, the ones who think we've got it made are the ones that are believed themselves to be set apart. But at the end of the day, it was about all people. And I think that's what our country needs right now more than anything. Is we may disagree. On so many things, but we're also if we're brought together in a way in which we listen, in which way we care and which way we understand, then that is giving of our sales. And that, to me, is the greatest gift that we can give at Christmas. Hey, folks. The Collins here. When you look out and you say the country and just the disarray is you see the Biden administration, you see the wholesale prices have just went through the roof again, inflation is tearing us up. If you have your finances all in pinched in just a few areas, if you're just in stocks and bonds and you're not diversified, I got some news for you. You need to navigate or you need somebody to help you get to where you need to go with those finances and I can't think of anybody better to do that than my friends at legacy precious metals. You need precious metals in that portfolio. You need gold and silver. And legacy precious metals, the folks there. They're the navigators. They know how to deal with tough times. They know how to look ahead and take your personal situation and make it something that can be workable for you in the long term because that's at the end of the day, that's the one you're most concerned about. You need to make sure that your personal finances and your retirement are secure, you need folks like legacy precious metals, helping you in that. They will take the time to learn you. They'll learn your financial learn where your investment goals are and they'll help you get there. And metals and gold right now in this kind of crazy inflation and this kind of crazy economy with the bidens..
"darrell scott" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"Heard that before. Maybe that's the first time you've ever heard it. But what strikes me the most about this story? Is it the first people that are recorded hearing what we call the good news of Jesus birth or the Christmas Day birth is shepherds? Shepherds who at one point in the scripture were, you know, David was a shepherd. We had these great in the Old Testament. The Jewish writings were shepherds were a very honored profession and then as it gets into the more modern times come shepherds were out in the fields and not is highlighted as you saw it earlier. But it also highlighted the real just people who got up and went to work. I mean, they washed over their flocks. They had a very lonely job at many times out with the flocks out in the fields and the barren fields away from people. But it's interesting to me that the first moments of this story, the scripture records that they were the first to hear. And I've wondered about that often. Why were they the first to hear? You know, they didn't run into the churches. He didn't run into the synagogue, they wouldn't charge his thing. They weren't running the synagogues. They didn't run to what an announced in the cities, and it wasn't announced in the religious environments or the secular environment. That matter from just avenue perspective, it was announced in the fields with folks who were just doing their job. Shepherds, who were out there washing over as it says their flocks. I think what it just speaks to me so much in this story. Is that the shepherds represent all of us? The hope of Christmas came for all. The hope of Christmas was not relegated to those who had made it thought they had made it or hoped to have it was relegated and given not to a select few but was given to all the good news was spread to those who won didn't expect it and to spread to those two who were the most receptive to it. We talked politics on this podcast all the time. And we talk life, we've talked this year. We've had some great times on how do we live life better. I can't think of a better way to talk about this time of the year than to say a self evaluation. The piece of Christmas came that you did not have to stay as you were. That was the whole premise of Christ coming that he saw the God saw our condition sent him his son for us and Christmas is that celebration. It is fulfilled in what the Christians celebrate his Easter. But it was started in Christmas. And it was offered to all. And as we go about our everyday, my question is is if you take your survey then if you look at faith, the question comes to mind is are we willing to give ourselves to all? Remember, when he gave life to us, it was not for us to keep it for us to give away. I've said many times, and I shared it with pastor Darrell Scott, who was on our podcast just earlier this month, and we talked about the fact that what we go through in life, the circumstances in one life were not meant for us to just store away and keep for ourselves. They were meant to give away so that others could learn from what we had been through. You see these shepherds, once they heard about it, they had to go sell somebody. And for me, I wanted to share with you this. That we have a country that is an amazing country. We have a place that is great. And as we celebrate Christmas, this season, it always others. They celebrate. They celebrate other holidays during this season. But for me, as a Christian, Christmas tells me that there's nothing that I have that I, in many ways, should not be willing to share with others. Especially when it comes to life and hope and love enjoy. And it may come in those special moments that quiet moment on Christmas Eve when you got all the kids to bed or everybody who's come to visit they're all quiet and you just walk out on your back porch or you walk out on the front porch and it's just quiet and you look up into the stars and you just reflect on the fact that you have life that each day the sun's gonna get up and each night, the moon is gonna shine and that you have another day to not only reflect on where you've been before you can go. And you're living in a country that provides that opportunity. So today is we just take a few moments to celebrate. What I believe is the story surrounding Christmas. And that is the fact that it was for everyone. Not just the ones, like I said, we see it all the time. You know, the ones who think we've got it made are the ones that believe themselves to be set apart, but at the end of the day it was about all people. And I think that's what our country needs right now more than anything is we may disagree. So many things. But we're also if we're brought together in a way in which we listen, in which way we care and which way we understand, then that is giving of our sales. And that, to me, is the greatest gift that we can give at Christmas. Hey folks, the Collins here. When you look out and you see the country and just the disarray it is, you see the Biden administration, you see the wholesale prices have just went through the roof again, inflation is tearing us up. If you have your finances all in pinched in just a few areas, if you're just in stocks and bonds and you're not diversified, I got some news for you. You need to navigate or you need somebody to help you get to where you need to go with those finances and I can't think of anybody better to do that than my friends at legacy precious metals. You need precious metals in that portfolio. You need gold and silver. 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"darrell scott" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"I want to focus on something first that I believe our country in many ways needs to hear at this Christmas season. And it is that all of us matter. And I think when you look at the Christmas story and you look at the story from the scripture, we see the story of them going, David and Mary and they went and it's always been fascinating to me that one of the Christmas play always it features an innkeeper who says no room, no room, you know, I read a story one time where the pastor went up to this young little boy and he was just in tears before the Christmas story. The Christmas play at their church and little boy was just upset and the pastor came to him and he says, you know, what is the problem? Why are you so upset? We're getting ready for the Christmas play and you got a great part. You're gonna be the innkeeper. And the little boy looked up at the pastor and he said, but pastor, he said, I don't want to tell Jesus he doesn't have a roux. And the pastor was a course taken back and he explained that. But imagine that right there. You know, my question to so many, especially for believers in Christmas is is do we have room for Jesus? Do we have room for Christ? The Christ of Christmas do we have room for? But after you have this and it says she rapped him and swaddled in swaddling clothes on from the old King James and placed him in a manger because there was no room for them in the end. But the very next verse hits on something that I want all of us to understand Democrats, Republicans, independence, conservative liberals, everybody else, is there were all in this together and that everybody matters. In our country needs to hear this because the next people that are said that when we switch from the birth of Jesus to the next verse in Luke chapter two verse I said, and there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks by night, and an angel lord appeared to them in the glory of the lord shown around them and they were terrified or sore fright. But the angel said to them, do not be afraid of bringing good news of a great joy that will be for all
"darrell scott" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"To stay away from it. And somebody's president Trump needs to be warned about to us that I'll tell you what. Call out my logo until Trump stay away from me. And see how that works. You know, people don't know. I talked to him about once a week now. And he said something that touched me. I talked to him about we can have a go two weeks ago. He said something to me. Did touch me. And it was totally unexpected, but it taught me. I was talking to him. And we were talking about some politics. And I said, I don't want to come out. And endorse any of the local candidates until you endorse them. Because I don't want people to I don't want that to be a headline that you and I at odds that I don't want people to think there's a rift between us and our choice for politics. So I'm waiting on you. Wherever you go with, I'm a go with them because I want to and you know he said to me, he said, he said, you and I could never be at odds. And then he said something that I found. I mean, it took me and he said, you're not my friend. You're my brother. And I said, wow. You know, that was a moment between he and I on the phone. And it touched me. I mean, it just really did. It touched my heart when he said that. And the way he said, he said, we could never be at odds. You're not just my friend. He was my brother. And meant a lot to me for him to say that. I don't know to be quite honest. He and I have some pastoral privilege that I'm gonna be honest. You know, he talks to me and relates to me in ways I don't think he talked to a relates to some of the other pastors. I just put it like that. And some of my some of my best best best best Trump moments. I can't share. Exactly. I understand. Yeah, I think it's hard of it, and again not and I think the great part of this conversation and others is we're not trying to say Darrell Scott is perfect. Doug Collins is Donald Trump is perfect. You know, we're saying we're here we're human. We have our life experiences and it all brings us together, you know, to live this life as best we can in the circumstances that we've been given and take those last circumstances and try to make it better. Yeah, absolutely right. And that's all we can do. You know, we look back. I remember when I was very early in my Christianity, my first pass and said, you want to know what the secret of a successful Christian life is? And I was a baby Kristin. Maybe I saved about you. And we're like, yeah, yeah, yeah. He said, try not to make the same mistake twice. And I find that applicable in life in general. And in politics, you try not to make the same mistake twice. You're going to make mistakes. We are going to make mistakes. We just try not to make the same mistake twice. I think I can't think of a better way to wrap this up. It will not be the first time it will not be the last time you are I.
"darrell scott" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"With you. I'm done with you for right now. We're done. You disgust me. I'm sick of you. Well, I'm fed up. George is getting upset. I step in on my last move. Oh my God, I'm so annoyed with you. We are done here. We started off today and we talked about the tale of two trials and one of the things that struck me and it's not taken me very long to get to these next three that I'm done with you. And I'm just going to point them out because this is the dumb remarks that they made after the Kyle, rittenhouse trial and Kyle rittenhouse was found to be acquitted. The first, of course, is the ever wonderfully articulate joy behar from the view. All of these are from the view. She says basically after the rittenhouse trial that she's now afraid that she can't go to a protest without being shot by somebody who brings a gun. She sat across state lines to shoot her. I'm excuse me, I don't think I've seen joy behar, many protests. She may have gone to thousands of them, but missed by her, I'm sorry, just because Kyle rittenhouse used a proper self defense defense and the jury found that he was not guilty, does not mean that he's unsafe for you to go to a lawful legal protest that is just fanning the flames of ignorance and miss behar, you're the top of the list. But don't be left behind by Whoopi Goldberg who said and claim it was still murder. She don't care what basically the jury said. And then you have Sonny on the view. Who said, that now it's made it legal under the color of law for people to shoot me at a protest. I mean, you don't even know at that point, the stupidity does not even know where to begin. That is not. And notice how she worded the color of law and implying that the rittenhouse verdict now made it legal for anybody to go shoot anybody for any reason. Folks, this is why the most of the people in the country look at things like the view and the liberal viewpoint and say, have they lost their common sense? And the answer is yes. And so for you, ladies at the view, I'm done with you. But there's one last special. I'm done with you. And that's for the folks at the women's March. Just this past week, I can not be imagined the person who had to make this tweet. The women's March folks put out a tweet that says, we apologize deeply for the email that was sent today. $14 and 92 cents with our average donation amount this week. It was an oversight on our part, not to not make the connection to a year of colonization conquest and genocide for indigenous people, especially before Thanksgiving. Did you get that? They tweeted an apology because their average donation size was 1492 for the week before. Now, maybe they should have tweeted out that maybe you should give to their supporters, give more than $14 and 92 cents. But instead they focused on the fact that they used the year 1492 and said it was offensive for us to tell the truth of what our donations were for the week because it equaled 1492. My question to you at the women's March, what if it had been $17 and 76 cents where you have been ashamed of that too? How about 1787 when we actually got our constitution? These are things that are just too dumb for words. Women's march, if this is so you have to appeal to this lowest common denominator to the folks who give you money, then you are in a world of hurt and I am done with you. Folks is always good for you to join us here on the Doug Collins podcast. Looking forward to some podcast here. Coming up, we're excited that you have been joining us in the visit our sponsors to be with the folks. Share this on your listing. Share this podcast with folks that you know who might be interested in ready to find new ways to find out how we as conservatives can begin to take back. Not only the political argument began to actually look forward to shaping it as we go forward. Next week on the Doug Collins podcast, I'm looking forward to having pastor Darrell Scott. Daryl Scott is one of our amazing pastors leaders in the African American community who's been very vocal with the vocal supporter of president Trump, but also a vocal proponent for people being treated as people instead of us always looking at this issue of rice, doctor Darrell Scott will be with us next week. Also, Matt Whitaker, former acting attorney general of the United States will be with us. He played very prominently in my book, the clock in the calendar, which is out right now for sale. You can go get it wherever you buy your books or online. Matt Whitaker was the assistant to acting attorney general before Bill Barr and Jerry Nadler just had to have him come testify. We're looking forward to having that on the show next week. That's just a few of the folks that are going to be coming up in the month of December. You won't want to miss it. Take care, God bless you until we meet again. Jay.
"darrell scott" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Rockies pitching coach Steve Foster. And Jesse Thomas, our executive producer, laughingly said during one of the breaks that he needs to catch up with Steve make make his life feel better to Steve has that ability. It's a It's a wonderful trait to uplift people and try and find the best in in all things, And it's part of the reason why he has been such a good fit for this Rockies pitching staff over the last number of years that amalgamation of young guys learning the craft and veteran guys still plying their trade. Steve, along with Darrell Scott and Bud Black. I mean, it's nice to have that kind of pitching acumen together, and we have seen the results especially of late in terms of how the bullpen has solidified how the Rockies starting rotation has come together and hopefully will remain intact. Going forward if they can sign John Gray in this offseason with Some youngsters coming along. Not too far down the pipeline. Uh, we might even get a chance to see Peter Lambert make an appearance before this season is over after coming back from Tommy John surgery. So having Steve Foster and Darrell Scott with Mark Wiley's tutelage from afar, handling the Rockies pitching I think Everything is on the upswing in terms of that side of the Rockies organization and hopefully will be a big part of success. In.
"darrell scott" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"All right. Let's talk about it This episode exclusively follows daryl in dog basically. So we're done with maggie for weak dow alexander for week. Donate you saw dale and endow. So garin dull. We get the same ambush that we've seen before when darryl and dog broke out into the woods amelia's gate and you know it's funny as when that happened last time i did kinda wonder like men. That's last weird. Daryl dog like away because normally you know darryl gonna fight for his crew he gonna try to save people or make sure people is okay but just weirdly him and dollars is like nope whatever it is we gotta get the fuck out of here and they you download right dog. Might as well been. Scooby doo they ran away out of the woods. And so it made me think like oh they must gonna go into detail specifically for them darryl distracts one or two reapers As he's hot in like around building and when the reaper goes the other way to investigate the noise there darrell. May he goes. Darrell scott would donald and of course dog is just dogs just like super intelligent. Dog is real small. They never show darrow training dogs but dog. Apparently fucking is just a human but is the dog. Donald seal team six trained like he told dr not bark and dogs. Like we sneak in. Got it Dame they get into the woods. Daryl feis reaper in the woods and this one of them like like fifty. Fifty price like darrow. Wasn't just like you know. Taking this guy out they will going back and forth. Lie hand-to-hand combat knife to knife. Combat daryl through cross-border them and they eventually end. You know getting out wrestling on the ground and it looks like they do about to get the better..
"darrell scott" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Coach Darrell Scott Darrel, Let's start with just sort of the up and down nature of being a reliever. Is it frustrating, bewildering when you have guys that at times pitch really well, and you know what's in there? And yet other times, it's more difficult. Absolutely, you know, absolutely in any time. You know, you're you're invested in in that group and and you're working on a daily basis with those guys. You know, it's frustrating, you know to to see You know when when they do struggle, and you know, as soon as that that happens, you know, it's you know. Be like immediately for me and I know I feel like I immediately go and try to alright, lets us watch this. Let's see what's going on. And let's see if we can come up with some answers and and and get moving in the in the right direction, you know as quickly as possible. Rockies bullpen coach Darrell Scott is with us. There's a fine line between striving and working and making adjustments versus letting guys go through their their thing. Just letting the game flow. How do you draw that balance with players, Darryl You know, I think it's just it's really individual. You know, it's really trying to understand. You know how each guy How can you know operates? Um, how they go through things and and you know, some guys are grinders, man. Some guys want to go out there. You know, they have a bad out in the next day they want to be, you know, will be out there trying to throw 40 40 sliders, in fact and flat ground and Yeah, they're like, Oh, we got some issues here and you know so immediately like no one. You know how each guy Goes back to another guy, You know he might Hey, man, I'm good. I just need to, you know, kind of kind of slow down and, you know, so you just kind of work with these guy individual and make sure that they're that they're in the right frame of mind. Really, Um, in their work and what they're doing some guys it will be more Mechanical and some guys like to talk more mechanical. Some guys want to go to the mound and and Just get a feel for things on the mound. Other guys, you know, are much more just, uh, you know, Feel oriented and say, you know, I'm good. I just kinda you know, then didn't execute, you know last night or whatever. So just taking each guy individual Darryl. How do you go about describing to people What It's like for a player to get the last three outs in a game because those three outs are different than any others, aren't they? Absolutely. I mean, it's just, uh it's a different environment. It's something that you know. It's really hard to just walk into. You know, um, you know, we used to always talk about you know if you're closing if you're closing in triple A, Uh um you're probably preparing for you know, the 5th and 6th inning of a major league game. You know, there's really no way to prepare for that. That closing side of, uh of a major league game and you got 50,000 people and you know you're in the middle of a major league lineup. You know when you've got 345 coming up You know, there's just a different element. There's a different level that you have to be able to execute pitches under those conditions, and you have to be able to slow the heart rate down under those conditions and and you know, it usually takes some experience usually takes some getting used to and doing it a few times actually more than a few times before you get comfortable in that situation. Great thoughts, Darryl. We appreciate the time. Thank you. Hey, no problem. That's Rockies.
"darrell scott" Discussed on Mogul: The Life and Death of Chris Lighty
"When a teenage screw landed in houston in the nineties. The musical landscape was mostly dominated by coastal hip hop. The city was still searching for its own. Sonic identity so most people. Just listen to lyrical boom pap stuff coming out of new york classic g funk tracks from the west coast but there was a group of local artists beginning. They make noise. Here's houston oh gee little kiki to break it down. See i'm young enough to remember when scarface was local jane. What's you know what i'm saying. And this was the biggest thing street military and and and south park coalition. What is no remorse not commit. This wasn't even mainstream. These were local artists. I'm old enough to remember yuji as first album. You know timmy. Some good screw kept up with all the latest releases newest artists on the local scene but as much as he admired upcoming. Mc's he was still focused on the dj's ever. Since he saw the glove. Gary taylor cutting it up and breaking as a kid. what he wanted to be demand behind the turntables and he was starting to see more local deejays. Turn it stars in their own right. Some of them were moving. So many mix tapes that it wasn't uncommon to hear cars blasting their music and the young screw would have seen these tapes stacked on shelves and his local record stores. But at that time there was one. Dj in town. That was a cut above the rest. The undisputed king of the mix tape seen name is darrell scott from houston born and raised third ward by way of south park. As well as hiram clarke what else about supposed to say. Daryll scott made his name in the eighties because of his coveted blast tapes back in the day every tape. D scott made had the word blast in it spring. Break blast eisley brothers blast slow jam blast you get the picture. He sold these tapes for ten bucks a pop and made so much money that he was able to buy a bins when he was in the tenth grade before long. He had his own store blast records and in the eighties. These got started to introduce something new to his. Dj sets he was playing a live show. Started to slow a record down. We used to joke a little bit sometimes every once in a while. We're forty fives. That used to be just as a joke wasn't nothing that was intended to to to recall a move the crowd or anything like.
"darrell scott" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Reverend Randy Coggins and Pastor Mark Burns and Bishop Lei on Benjamin and and Reverend Darrell Scott. And so me and Father Grady at my own church. To re embrace the Lord to confess my sins and to get the whole weight of the ordeal off to me. I knew in the end, Sean Just kind of happened in October before January trial, But at that juncture I became a different person. I was calm was confident because I believed And I knew God would as as Franklin Graham told me. He will deliver you. He said he will protect you. We will not have the engineer. You must pledge to walk in his way. Franklin Graham was exactly right. I've not been saved. One good man saved 33 Times one when the president committed my sentence because they in violation of all the Department of Justice. Bureau of Prisons own rules. They wanted him to put me in a covid 19 infested prison in rural Georgia, where prosecutors insisted there were no covid cases. But the prison guard unions called the mountain said there were over 200 that were being hidden. So the president saved me by community. My sentence. He saved me a second time with All an unconditional pardon just before Christmas. And then I know the left takes this. But on January six, I never left my hotel grounds. Don't know anything about what happened, Capital. I I heard that some people were bringing your name up. In regards to January 6th and you never left your hotel. You never went to the rally. You never went to the capital. Why are people making that false charge? Well, if you and you know this, having been a prominent, uh, in the media for many years, you have to the course of your day. You have your picture taken with Hundreds of people, thousands of people. Quite office and what President Nixon told me one time never turned down a request. For an autograph or photo. Because if you do and they get back to Pocatello, they tell everybody you're a real a hole. And I've always remembered that so I Unless you're hospital. I always take the picture. But does that mean that I have a responsibility to know the name past present and future? Each person photograph with me? No, not possible. So you weren't there, But what you wanted to set the record straight. Explain exactly what What? What you wanted people to know is very, very simple. They try to use guilt by association. To make some link. So whenever I came to Washington from my trial, and the judge ordered me to everybody child motion, which is unusual man, I had to travel to Washington and just sit in the courtroom and deliberated. Uh, I used off duty D C police officers to provide security for me and my family. A lot of nuts out there as you know. In Washington, D C is enemy territory. But and that is perfectly permissible. They're allowed to work in that way. But then, as the league prevents on the fifth and the sixth, I had invitations to speak it to legally permitted events on the You can go look at my speeches on on YouTube. I never call for violence and lawlessness. Now once. Well, the president said, these words to that nobody else seems to want to recall. I mean, he said it loudly and clearly that many of you will now peacefully. And patriotic li march to the capital. So your voices may be heard. He didn't tell anybody to go, you know, break into the capital. And and now we know from evidence that has been gathered over time that there was some pre planning in place by individual groups. We now know that It would numerous requests by the Capitol police chief and others, including the White House. Mark Meadows has brought this point out many times, uh, to have the national Guard. At the Capitol on the ready and prepared just in case because there was a large crowd march into the capital. That would be you would think that would be standard operating procedure? Roger in my mind. No. Look, I think that there are still a few journalists in the country. As you say. Journalism is dead. There's a handful of real journalists. Darren Beattie is one of the revolvers who I think has done superb work. Starting to poke holes in the official narrative of the fake news media. About January six. I suspect we're going to learn a lot more about it. I quick break more with Roger Stone on the other side that are news roundup. Information overload our and your calls 809 for one, Sean as we continue. Look, we all can admit most of us do not get the nutrition that we need from just eating the right amounts of fruits and vegetables every day. Now our friends have balance of nature..
"darrell scott" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And Bishop Leon Benjamin and Reverend Darrell Scott and Shoma and Father Grady at my own church. To re embrace the Lord to confess my sins and to get the whole weight of the ordeal off me. I knew in the end, Sean This kind of happened in October before January trial, But at that juncture, I became a different person. I was calm, confident because I believed And I knew God would as as a Franklin Graham told me. He will deliver you. He says he will protect you. We will not have engineer but you must pledge to walk in his way. Franklin Graham was exactly right. I've not been saying one good man. 33 Times one when the president commuted my sentence because they in violation of all the Department of Justice. Bureau of Prisons own rules. They wanted him to put me in a covid 19 infested prison in rural Georgia, where prosecutors insisted there were no covid cases. But the the prison guards unions is called the mountain said there were over 200 that were being hidden. So the president saved me by community. My sentence. He saved me a second time with full and unconditional pardon just before Christmas, And then I know the left hates this. But on January six, I never left my hotel grounds. Don't know anything about what happened. You know, I heard that some people were bringing your name up in regards to January 6th, and you never left your hotel. You never went to the rally. You never went to the capital. Why are people making that false charge? Well, if you you know this, having been a prominent media for many years, you have to do the course of your day. You have your picture taken with Hundreds of people, thousands of people. Quite office and once President Nixon told me one time never turned down a request. For an autograph or photo. Because if you do and they get back to Pocatello, they tell everybody you're a real a hole. And I've always remembered that. So unless you're hostile, I always take the picture. But does that mean that I have a responsibility to know the name past presidents future? Each person photograph we've made no, not possible. So you weren't there, but what you wanted to set the record straight. Explain exactly what What you wanted. People to know is very, very simple. They try to use guilt by association. To make some link. So whenever I came to Washington for my trial, and the judge ordered me to every pre child motion, which is unusual, and I had to travel to Washington and just sit in the courtroom and BB rated I used off duty D C police officers to provide security for me and my family. A lot of nuts out there as you know. In Washington, D C is enemy territory, but that is perfectly permissible. They're allowed to work in that way. But then as the prevents on the fifth and the sixth, I had invitations to speaking to legally permitted event chunks that you can go Look at my speeches on on YouTube. I never call for violence and lawlessness. Not once. Well, the president said, these words to that Nobody else seems to want to recall. I mean, he said it loudly and clearly that many of you will now peacefully and patriotic Lee. March to the capital, so your voices may be heard. He didn't tell anybody to go break into the capital. And and now we know from evidence that has been gathered over time. That there was some pre planning in place by individual groups. We now know that there were numerous requests by the Capitol police chief and others, including the White House. Mark Meadows has brought this point out many times to have the National Guard. At the Capitol on the ready and prepared just in case because there was a large crowd marching to the capital. That would be you would think that would be standard operating procedure? Roger in my mind, I think that there are still a few journalists in country as you say Journalism is dead. There's a handful of real journalists to guarantee BD is one of the revolvers like it's done superb work, starting to poke holes in the official narrative of the fake news media about January steps that we're going to learn a lot more about it. Quick break more with Roger Stone on the other side that are news roundup. Information overload our and your calls. 809 41 Sean as we continue. Look, we all can admit most of us do not get the nutrition that we need from just eating the right amounts of fruits and vegetables every day. Now our friends have bounds of nature..
"darrell scott" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Out of your house or you need a whole new house go to do and todd dot com or call them at triple eight triple eight eleven seventy-two joined now by my friend norton. Rany was president of ace scholarships. You can follow him on. Twitter at norton underscore rainy. Ra i n. e. y. We have in common a lot of things but one of them was the great friendship foster freeze and foster died a couple of weeks ago and many people pause for a moment to salute him. But i don't actually think america knows what it lost so i asked norton of join me. Hello norton how are you a morning. Hugh thank you so much for. Having my show i really appreciate it. I want you to tell people about foster because you worked with. I thought tell him how you know him. And then how. He came to be part of a scholarships and then just about the man so that people get a sense of him. Thanks so much. What you calvary and i know that you've already taken some time to recognize foster and if you've been listening to fox news and other media outlets you've seen so many wonderful and beautiful tribute for the extraordinary man foster freeze. India two funerals this past week and one was in arizona and the other one was in jackson hole. And i had the great privilege is speaking in arizona and my comments. One thing i said is that foster freeze was not just a great patriot integrated american he loved people. He cared so much about everyone and it didn't matter which walk of life you came from. You certainly did not have to be a person of privilege or be esteemed. He cared for everyone deeply. Fam- when. I said that i was one of the really fortunate guys. That was brought in the foster's life when his son steven vitamin me on a hunting. Trip in oregon. Seventeen years ago in for whatever reason he just continued to let me be part of his life but what he would do. Every time i spend time with them is I would see him. Invest heavily in people in s and questions and get to know them any would say you can make this country better place and you can make your community a better place. And he just cared so deeply in the people of our country that he gave away over five hundred million dollars over the course of his lifetime. He gave away over seventy five million dollars last year. Alone in foster is known for his humorous. Well in four meeting a few weeks ago. he was talking about Hell he actually had time to invest is dollars more last year with a sickness and they can't laughed and again i made seventy five million in. I'm actually pretty good at investing. Still so i just decided to give all that money away so last year we just do it foster did so well. He would just plus other people in so. I had the great privilege knowing this being. I just want people in your show to here today. Just how extraordinary. He was because in this day in time when there is so much pessimism and there's a lack of optimism. It's a wonderful refreshing things to know that there's people out there that are making a difference in this world in foster freeze he and body that more than anyone else. One of his great abilities was that he picked friends well but one of his great benefits is he got picked by lynn and his wife. Lynn freezes and amazing engine of good herself how is she doing. I'm sure she was at the funeral. What what is the situation with len and going forward know you're right limits or rock and she's one of us. Can these women that i've ever met. And she was a foster every step of the way during his sickness. And i thought senator santorum summed it up best when he was speaking in jackson hole. Looked over a governor gordon wyoming and for those who may not know foster decided to run for governor a couple of years ago really at the last minute and he did a fabulous job actually came pretty close to winning but seeing foreign looked over it. Governor gordon inside governor is we all know limb was really the woman behind that me and thank god. You didn't have to run against win because you did. You just stood a chance. So she's an amazing woman she's I think in a lot of the philanthropy to foster head. She has her own causes that she cares deeply about the family. As a whole. I think the price struggling mightily right now while such a great man but at the same time. They're amazing people that i have no doubt we'll move on to face a legendary investor in people who look him up. We'll see that. He invented a number of ways to approach the market and he took that night. What did he invest in in terms of philanthropy. Norton what we're his causes. Well hit few major. Calls is one of those rachel's challenge in rachel's challenge was worn by kenny d. Darrell scott in darryl was the father of rachel scott. She was the first person who was killed in columbine mass shooting many years ago and when foster met her he was just so excited by the work that they were doing because he wanted to make sure that other children around the country would make healthier choices and perhaps shootings could be prevented. It suicide would be prevented. He love resource challenge. He was a big supporter base scholarships. We were the lucky beneficiaries of inland support. Linda's donor national board. But he also invested in people and that was the cool thing about foster is it wasn't just a charitable cause. I think he gave away another hundred plus million dollars..
"darrell scott" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"I've been looking forward to this. Joining me now is my friend Pastor Darrell Scott, author of the book Nothingto Lose Pastor. You said this morning. The GOP is failing. It's something badly when it comes to black voters. Tell me what you're talking about. Well, uh, served that the GOP usually, um, select or back. Candidates that reflect the party. Two. The community. Rather than Select or back candidates. That Um, reflect the voters in the community. And, you know, I got that idea from there was a couple of years ago myself in my business partner, Quinlan, there was sitting down with them. Uh, Republican donors there were very, uh Generous to the party, and we said to them down. This was going into 2020. I think we met them around 2019. Or is it was 17 going into the 18th? We said, Why do you guys always get behind these stuff? Certain Button black candidates that what one like They got a stick up there behind way, said they do not relate to the community. They don't They don't have the connection. They don't relate to the community. The black voters in these areas that you want to talk. They won't support them. And you know what? He said that I found very, very enlightening. He said. But those are the ones that we can relate to. You understand what I mean? He was. He was a very rich, very influential, buttoned up older white guy. This has been a lifelong Republican, he said. Those are the ones we can relate to. It was the black candidate that Um, uh, You know, he went to college and nothing wrong with him. He had a white wife and nothing wrong with that. And you know, he was a stuffed shirt looking kind of corporate looking guy. Got coming than the election. By a guy who was in and of the community that They were running in. And had more of a connection to the man on the street and when he said, maybe said, But those are the ones we relate to. And I think that his statement was reflection of the party as a whole. When you look at the Republican Party in the candidates we get behind. You know when, when it's a black candidate. It has to be a certain height of black candidate. Where's the Democratic Party will get behind candidates that were not only in the community, but we're also up the community. You know, I see a lot of these. These, um Can. It's out here That will say what? You know, I was born in a certain area and I was born in the hood. And I made it out of the hood and I went here and it's one thing to be in the hood. But it's another thing to be up the hood. What you guys came. What is the difference? You have no connection. What is? I'm sorry to interrupt your Patrick. What is what is the difference? Because I look obviously I'm not from the hood. I'm his white is snow. What is the difference between being from it or being of it? Like, what does that mean? All right, let me e Let me make it. Say it this way. When I grew up, I came up and I was out in the streets for a long time until I gave my life to blue and got out of the street. Now there were guys that were in the same neighborhood as I was. And when my friend like in the first grade and second grade, they never did The things that I did. They were never part of that community Street culture. You understand, And so they were in the community. They were in that culture, but they weren't up the culture and so they couldn't connect with the man on the street. These were the guys that they get the right thing, and there's nothing wrong with doing the right thing. But what they did they were raised up to say Hey, Go to school and get out of here and get his fly away from here as you possibly can. And so the one gentleman I'm thinking of in particular here, not we're best friends and Kim dine 1st 2nd grade third grade. But he didn't do the things that I did, in fact, his pants on me, you know, do something. One time I went out and play with me anymore. At least not in front of death. Now, Here's the thing. He went off to college. He actually was a member of Bill Clinton's administration for eight years. After the eight years he was assistant secretary of education under Bill Clinton administration came back to Cleveland Rampant Mayor. No, of course I'm gonna be on this side because he was my friend. Since we were 11. People in Cleveland didn't connect with him. He came back and said, Hey, I did what you guys said. I raised up and I went to school and I went away to college and I became a part of the President's administration. Now I'm back to Michel Mayor and the people of Cleveland with a man. We have to see you around here in the last 15 years. You think you're gonna come back and leave that just because you did that? Just because you made what you consider to be a success. And that's what happens. You have. If you look at the candidates that the Democrats have even let's go look at Georgia. Let's look a flawed candidate like Warner. People in the community knew one that he passed in the church in that community. People in community knew one that one that could point activities that he had in the community that Kelly Lava can point to. Okay, I do now, I do. I understand it very well. And look. There's no ability to Republican Party doesn't even really want the campaign to the black community. And that black vote. The black vote is the sleeping giant that has woke up and it's not going back to sleep. If you don't campaign in that black community. You're not gonna get that black folks. You're not gonna win the election. No, I don't see what you're saying. And there's no ability. There's no ability like relatability and everything in politics and business. And you know that very well. I mean, I'm sure it's probably the same from the pulpit..
"darrell scott" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"By pretending we haven't made any progress at all by doubling down on the divisions. We've worked so hard to heal. You know, this stuff is wrong. Hear me clearly. America is not You raised this country right as we continue with Kareem Lanier. Leo two point Oh, Terrell, past the Darrell Scott. What percentage of the American people I'll ask all of you the same question. Give me a number. What percentage of the American people do you believe are racist. We'll start with Kareem. Believe is less than 5% and Leo. I believe this lesson probably less than 10%. And pastor Scott I'm a go in the middle Between day, Leo said 10 twin 75. I'll say 7.5, but we're all so that would mean well over 90% of Americans find racism repugnant Is that true? Absolutely. I agree. We're not some about the people that we're talking about the system. Okay, so So now the question is, if that's true, and if the Republican Party criminal justice reform historically black colleges, opportunity zones, etcetera, etcetera, all the things that Donald Trump did when he was president that no Democrat Joe Biden and Barack Obama never got that done. And I just I don't remember hearing on. I've known you for a while. Pastor Scott. I don't remember you a karim out there when Democrats were in office, saying this about Joe and Brock And I'm just I'm just curious. Why, Given all the access that you were given in the last four years that I know about, which was extensive. That these specific issues weren't dealt with. So I want my own radio station. I have a radio station and I shouted against Barack Obama loud and long on that radio station. I've known Donald Trump 2011. He was going to run in 2012. I was with him then. But you have to have the platform in order for the noise to be heard in my venue. Yeah, I was very outspoken against Obama by not shared my platforms with you Any time you want to be on this show, all you need to do is call me you have. But in 2000 and eight I took him out of black because I said people, if the only reason you're voting Barack Obama is because he's black. Then you're saying he's unqualified. I made that statement. I said, I wouldn't hire somebody to cut my grass just because you're black. They need to know how to cut grass. And I said so, if your only reasonable bumper bumper Obama's because he's black, then you saved yourself demands that qualified, so I've been very outspoken against them. Way all have Queen has to we we We didn't bonnets of Obama. We'll see. You know, I've said this to you. The last time you were on pastor and I said that the only way I think you're going to solve the problem is I love my idea. We discussed the idea that in a lot of cities, a lot of towns you have Ah Christian Church, predominantly African American. You have another Christian church, predominantly Hispanic American, Another Christian church, predominantly white American. Is that true? Yeah, it's true. Okay, so why don't why don't the pastor's get together and adopt a church and you come to our church once a month will go to your church once a month. There are a lot of churches that do things like that, And I don't know I haven't seen those out racial issue, though. The cultural issues I'll say this much We propose that Donald Trump in 2016. That we have a race summit and sit down have Frank discussions on the way. Donald Trump was all for it. He was excited about it. We're gonna have Jim Brown moderated because 92,016 was the 50th year anniversary since Jim Brown had a racial summit. The president was excited and wanted to do it. The people around him didn't want to do it. When I say he had his hands tied. I know what I'm talking about. From the inside out. The people around him didn't want him to do it. I don't want to call names like Can I don't care if you call names. Go ahead, Greatest President. He was. He was the greatest president of black America by far not finding the whole thing. So if they met my just let me wrap this up, and we were way over time. Here now. Um, But let me just say this. If the majority overwhelming majority 90 whatever plus percent of Americans find racism repugnant at an art racist. I want nothing to do with ignorant people that are And the American people believe in natural rights, God given rights, not government given rights, and we now have a society that is committed to righting wrongs and correcting injustices, which we have a history of Not Joe's mentors and the people that he prays. But But but certainly many people have over the many, You know hundreds of years of movement and in existence. Couple of 100 years. Plus now, and I would just say to both. It's all three of you that that there is the answer right there. Is that the majority of people in this country unite around something they agree on. And that is ending racism. In whatever form whatever manifestation And I would charge you, Pastor. I think you should. You should lead the way. You should have the adopt the church program. You should lead it a ball, help you as much as I can. I'll donate money to the Oh, we can't fix something that we deny exists. I said you're saying that you don't know if you're saying 90, plus percent of your saying 93% of Americans, not racist, you know? Okay, Then you're talking about 7%. That are against you and 93% or with you. America is not racist, but Americans some Americans are and Tim Scott received an overwhelming racist respond. We're over time. I gotta run. I want to thank you all. Karim. Thank you, Leo To point out, Terrell. Thank you. Pastor. Darrell Scott. Thank you. Quick break. We'll come back, Senator Ron Johnson, our pollsters all straight ahead..
"darrell scott" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I that some force in the distant capital. That's a powerful force. We have no control over. It's us. It's we, the people are best future will not come from Washington schemes or socialist dreams. Will come from you. The American people Black, Hispanic, white and agent Republican and Democrat, brave police officers and black neighborhoods. We are not adversaries. We're your family. We are all in this together and we get to live in the greatest country on Earth, talking about Tim Scott and and the incredible reaction he's gotten for most people. Except from the mainstream media. Anyway, more was Karim Lanier. Leo to point out Terrell past the Darrell Scott Karim. I'm hearing you talk about a lot of these things. And if that's your belief system, Okay, Well, you're welcome to have any belief that you have and make the case. But I'm listening. And I don't hear you criticizing Joe Biden yet. Don't hear a word out of that. This is a guy that crazed thistles, the man that praised the former Klansman that filibustered that 64 Civil Rights Act and 65 Voting Rights Act and who partnered with Joe Biden to stop the integration. Of our schools because he didn't want our schools to become racial jungles. I have yet to hear a word You want to go after Tim Scott. And what Tim Scott's comments? No, no, no. I want to know your thoughts on Joe Biden's past and I want to know why you think that he gets a pass. I've said this on the record about Joe Biden. Joe Biden has been one of the most racist, historically racist people in the history of this country. When it came the racism. I've said that many times, but what Here's the problem that you guys are complaining here. You're complaining a human rights issue. With a political issue making a political right now, not if you want to make a political. Let me just be flat out with you guys. If the GOP and us and we're all real people, probably we represent This side. If we want to get the black vote and get black, either we want the black vote or we don't know. At the end of the day. You cannot take a humanitarian issue like what's happening. What blacks in America and what happened it with black in America and make it a political issue. What's happening right now that Democrat part of the specific what's happening with who and where. Have the end of the day. We have a human humanitarian crisis has happened with Black America right now with field. Are you not being specific? Because I would argue? I think I could make your argument better than you're making it. And that is the thing. That is the fact that in many big cities Where you have higher populations of African Americans. I don't seethe law and order and the safety and security that every American deserves that. They're not getting On. But I can give you the statistics after any weekend how many shootings took place and every big city and how many people were killed? Will never whose names will never know. We're here about people shot whose names will never hear about. Could look at big cities run by liberal Democrats for decades, and I look at we spend money on education, but we come in, you know close to 40th, please spend per capita per the highest amount on a student than any industrialized country. With the worst results again Democratic cities Democratic states for decades, So that's what I'm looking at cream and and I don't see why you don't you don't That's if you want to solve problems. That's where you gotta go. Safety and security, law and order and education. Okay, I could look at big cities rammed by white and I have the same issues. I mean, you can't have it both ways you can have listen just still trying to complain. A human rights issue, which is black, are still dealing with systemic racism. And here's the problem and this is why the Democrats Are winning this and making us look terrible. They're dealing with it like a human. Joe came out and said, Hey, let's we don't deal with systemic racism. What? What? What's wrong with that statement? When I'm just telling you here? We have 19 black on banks right now. Out of 5200 base that is systemic. That's Legislature. Leo. According to your definition, there's legislation that is hindering black from owning banks, because I know a lot of black people that qualify for owning things. Well, then slow down. Hang on a second. Hang on, hang on the same. Well, Darrell Scott, By the way, I would like to see more ownership. A non troponin real ship for every American, regardless of race, including banks. Absolutely. I agree with you, Pastor Scott. How many times did you two meet with Donald Trump? How many times did you have access to him to work with him to solve these problems? And is there better president before in your lifetime? That is, as has listened and Dunmore than that Donald Trump. No. Listen, I think you guys a misunderstanding between the sand because everything every time I went, I think I hear cream loud and clear. No, Listen. Every time I had access to the president to work on this, he was working. The queen was right there, working with the stop outside. He's everything you're saying. He's an agreement. Even agreement with we got him. Donald Trump. Donald Trump did what he could Basically he worked miracles because his hands were tied. But he did what he could in the face of all the opposition that why didn't you tell him to fix this one? You have access to him. We did. We talked about that once again. I said he had his aunt side. It was only so much he could do in the little time he had to do it. Where's the trouble is very upset it. He's the most pro black president. You talked specifically to Donald Trump about these issues, and he didn't get it done because that's not the guy that I knew. Actually, the banking issue was on the table, which was the result, which platinum plan was an outgrowth of it. The banking? Yes, she was on the table, but it's actually the election came around. Most Joe Biden going to give you the same access that Donald Trump gave you. I tend to doubt it. No, don't back now. I ain't got no president, Greatest president that we had history. If I'm voted for Trump advocated for him. I got attacked by a guy called too cold and Uncle Toms and everything Since Scott being called for I have to see for Donald Trump. Listen. The Republican Party is the bow down and thanked Trump all he did because as a result of a lot of the efforts that we did, he got 24% of the male black vote. And so this is not a trump issue. That was the best thing that happened to America when it came to Black America. When it came to these issues, so would not be, But you're making it this partisan. Listen, if we could have trump in right now he would deal with it. Right, but we don't have top of the office right now. But you blaming the black people are reacting at Tim Scott, the way that react because people like Leo to all the other things, there are no systemic racism, and that's ELISA flat alive..
"darrell scott" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"With us, 809 41, Sean, if you wanna be a part of the program So Isa Dulles. Boring is also chilling and frightening and radical as Joe Biden was last night. The Star of the night clearly was Senator Tim Scott. In the Great state of South Carolina on and he said a lot of things and took a lot of unfair comments frankly repulsive comments abusive comments. And I would even argue racist comments from members of the media, mob and others. You know, you think in this day and age of woke cancel culture. You can't say anything about anybody in any negative way whatsoever. How is it that the left in America feels That they can call any conservative African American any name they want and insult them at a level that is is stifling and chilling. And, frankly, at times, even just evil. Just vicious, Just just horrible. Anyway. Here's Tim Scott from last night. America is not a racist. Racist country grandfather went from cotton College and a generation and America's best future will come from the American people, not Washington, D C. And then what he had to say about how he is treated in the names. He has been called from colleges to corporations to our culture. People are making money and gaining power by pretending we haven't made any progress. At all By doubling down on the divisions we've worked so hard to heal. You know, this stuff is wrong. Hear me? Clearly America. Is not You raise this country. We're all in this together and we get to live in the greatest country on Earth. For country where my grandfather in his 94 years saw his family go from cotton to Congress in one lifetime. Our best future will not come from Washington schemes or socialist dreams. It will come from you, the American people Black, Hispanic, White and Asian Republican and Democrat brave police officers and black neighborhoods. We're not adversaries. We're family. We're all in this together and we get to live in the greatest country on Earth. All right, Joining us now to react and respond. Karima Lanier, co chairman and executive vice president, Porter Directors co founder. Of the urban revitalization Coalition, Leo to point out Terrell Fox News contributors civil rights attorney past the Darrell Scott, chief executive officer of the urban revitalization. Coalition. Thank you all for being with us on Ben. You get the lights on NBC news and the things that they say and you know, Twitter goes out there trending. Um, you know, with the Uncle Tim line, Leo. I mean, it's repulsive. This is Leo Trail and let me simply tell you, Sean, Tim Scott and black conservatives is the greatest nightmare for Democrats. Why, because they are a threat of having blacks leave the Democratic Party if there's no black voters know, Democratic Party and so they went after him, Scott when he told the truth, and said America is not a racist country. I've been on your show. I've been telling you, there's no systemic discrimination. There's no institutionalized racism, but that's the Democratic card and Tim Scott said eloquently if they're not interested in resolving the issue because they keep the issue alive to brain watch their people on that side. And Donald Trump when he was president led a lot of black Americans like myself away from that Democratic plantation. And what is the Democrats best argument that Jim Scott's true name calling? Name calling because that's the only way they could demonize him him. Scott represents independent black Americans who are breaking away from the Democratic Party and telling the Democrats and the white liberals. I don't need you to take care of me any longer and your take Pastor Scott. Well, I must say this on. Thanks for having me on and Leo. I'm in agreement and disagreement with you. At the same time. Tim Scott was right and wrong. At the same time. I think he needed to clarify his statement. Because America as an ideal America as a principle is not racist. I mean, our founding document. The Declaration of Independence is a statement on human rights. It says. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal. And I'm dying by our creator with certain inalienable rights that being among them Life liberty pursuit of happiness. All of that is great America as an ideal America in principle. He's not a racist country. But in practice there is racism in America, evidenced by the response to Tim Scott statement, Tim got said There's no racism in America and the response to that isn't out point of racism. So you know, I think he needed to clarify America's practice does not match up to Americans principles and that's where we have a problem. We want to make a blanket statement and say America is not racist. No, America is not. But a number of Americans are So he's getting the backlash because I think you should have Clarified that statement more It was offensive statement of those that have been on the receiving end of racism. I look at America and I know the difference in the human experience is that I believe all people were created. Believe in natural law by the same God has discrimination occurred and racism in this country. Yes. Are there racist people in this country today? Yes, there are, Is it? What do we have systemic racism that prevents people from achieving their dreams. I would argue that anybody could achieve anything in this country. Once again as I stated before, and Principal America's not laces and practice it is and it runs both ways, and that's coming from both sides left and right, Leo. I have a problem with the term that the right uses all the time when they say that black Democrats that snake on the plantation that's racist that has a racist comment..
"darrell scott" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Be reported. Before we get this last category. I sure wanna thank all your Cokes for listening today. Hope you listened every Wednesday to back to the country. Where were owned of the fourth Wednesday of each month, and next Wednesday. I show in February will be historical show. I'm going to go back and do songs from the earliest period of country music commercial history that the period roughly from 1923 to 1933, So I think you'll enjoy that, particularly if you have ah sort of historical bent. We sure want to thank Erin shows for making making all this possible really way we're doing the easy part. We're talking in. Erin's doing the hard part putting it together. But all these songs all this talk together. And, uh, Way appreciate what he's done, and we love We love being able to be a part of wrt if it weren't for Aaron. That that wouldn't be happening and we wait. Just want to thank all of you all now, just in case we don't have time to come back and thank you with the end of the program. This will be the last set and it's the set. But that's a big catch all category which bill will explain more of its called Americana heat of referred to this? A little bit when he was talking about Dale Watson and his withers. He called Barry Pollack Amara Politan, but this is the more A name that used for many more styles than Dale. Yeah, this is the music that didn't make it into the top 40 countries. Energy doesn't know. Know what to do with this music. It's all kinds of things and styles, But it Z Music that really reflects the grassroots of America and its Z or lack of a better country miss known in America and it it is contemporary. This is a probably American addicted the name Americana dates to win that late eighties or your letters. So it's that music. We were. In fact, we We're talking to Jimmie Dale Gilmore at a moral fist one time, and he said You can't. They won't put my records in my CDs into the bend that says country, they say I'm much too Too country for country so they don't they people that that the record industry doesn't know what to do with here's Tomo Bron, Darrell Scott to do an old Hank Williams song. House of gold. Some people cheat some people cheating issue and For wealth and we'll say will buy Don't know. Judgment Day. All the gold and silver. All the gold and silver melt away. What good is go. What good is going soon too? If you're half your size up your engine you sitting here with me when I see You gotta get down. You gotta get down on your knees and.
GOP Senator Tim Scott unveils draft of police reform proposal
"In the White House is working with senator Tim Scott to develop a GOP response to the Democrats police reform bill Democrats are aiming to bring their police reform package to the house floor in about two weeks that would ban chokeholds and create a national police misconduct registry among other reforms for today's house hearing Democrats have recommended nine witnesses Republicans three among the expected witnesses pastor Darrell Scott a member of president trump's transition team George Floyd's brother and Benjamin Crump attorney to the Floyd
Pastor Darrell Scott backs Trump's new sentencing reform bill
"A criminal reform Bill being created. Here's USA radio's Timberg. President Trump threw his support behind a bipartisan Bill to reform federal sentencing guidelines, the president says this Bill will reduce crime and give her fellow citizens. A second chance at redemption, pastor Daryll Scott helped craft this Bill. He was on. Fox News them believes. This is a Bill that everyone can get behind. I've been working with them been in several meetings regarding prison reform, and the president has advocated very strongly and private for prisoners as well. And they're looking at this as a forgotten segment of America. That they are American citizens, and because they have made mistakes and committed crime doesn't mean they have all their rights to advocating for reduction in sentences early release in some cases for non violent offenses that nine thousand nine hundred ninety four Clinton crime Bill that disproportionately incarcerated African Americans is something that is being overhaul that audio courtesy of Fox