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Trump Slams McConnell, Pence at Republican Event

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00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump Slams McConnell, Pence at Republican Event

"It was supposed to be a unifying weekend for republican party at war with itself over former president donald trump's division leadership but trump himself shatter two days of relative peace in his closing remarks to the gop's top donors when he insulted the party. Senate leader and his wife david. Alexander reports trump veered sharply from prepared remarks saturday night and instead slammed senate minority leader mitch mcconnell as a stone cold loser and mocked mcconnell's wife elaine chao who was trump's transportation secretary trump also said. He was disappointed in his vice president. Mike pence and used a profanity in assessing mcconnell according to multiple people in attendance who were not authorized to publicly discuss. What was said in a private session

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Derek Chauvin's Trial in Death of George Floyd Begins With Infamous Video

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00:30 sec | Last month

Derek Chauvin's Trial in Death of George Floyd Begins With Infamous Video

"The video of george floyd gasping for breath was essentially exhibit a. as the former minneapolis police officer who pressed his knee on. The black man's neck went on trial monday on charges of murder and manslaughter. David alexander reports prosecutor. Jerry blackwell showed the jurors the footage at the earliest opportunity during opening statements. After telling them that the number to remember was nine minutes twenty nine seconds. The amount of time officer derek. Chauvin had floyd pinned to the pavement. Last

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"david alexander" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

05:55 min | 9 months ago

"david alexander" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Possible, he can truly build a resume. So when this game he needs a resume of to win. So yes, a big big. I wish I was feeling like he could go further and like I. I, know I think wade both sides of it while we were talking about him here. So while I could see him going farther I know my gut is just saying somewhere around like third or fourth week, which I think is what Josh was saying just somewhere like maybe right before jury. If not like I, don't know I. Think there's so many people in here that know. Know each other. So well from just having you know past seasons prior connections. Kind of thing David is a David and Nicole. Being the most recent players are the most I guess on the outs of that David specifically is got to be the the most out of it because you know he was the first one off and I I don't think I've seen anything in the past couple of months about him you know having connected. Connected with any of these players or anything like that. So I don't know. I, think if people are leaning on friendships and pre-game alliances or anything that people are bringing into the game from past history and all that kind of stuff he could fall by the wayside. Somewhat I I really don't think it's week one. I. Really Hope it's not week one I. Hope People give them a chance, but I can see it. You know a couple of. Of Weeks in people may be like still just having closer connections with people that they've no longer and then David ends up just kind of as as a casualty, and maybe like a week four But I hope I'm wrong I. Hope I. Hope he gets a chance to go farther especially because I am reading for Nicole Anthony and if they're working together I'm sure beneficial to her to have him in the game longer. So yeah. Also probably early jury to outside the. Yeah I I I think David comes out of the gates swinging. I think he starts swinging hard. I think he's going to play. Like very, very fast very. Of A big game is us as you mentioned Josh I think he. Not only does he need to like? I think make again what I talked about like he was out so fast before. I don't think he wants to leave anything. Behind. He wants to leave it all on the field, and so I think he's GonNa play hard and fast, and as as you mentioned judge, he needs to make a name for himself like he's unknown, he doesn't have a reputation. If he wants to win a jury of all stars he needs to, he needs to have an impressive resume. To gain that respect, and so I think that's going to be his game I. Think he's GonNa be playing hard and I do think that he has enough kind of like goodwill and. Let's not do it to him again. To get through the they've at early, you know the first boot kind of situation. But. I think because of the game that he's probably going to be playing, it's probably going to be pretty dangerous and that knowledge gap is going to be very. A very tricky thing to to bridge so. I I'm kind of with you guys, i. kind of feel like he could. He could make it to jury. But. But I think it's going to be tough to maintain such. A strong kind of game with so many other big strong players. And not having that experience. So. I'm hopeful. But I think things look pretty rough for David coming into the season. He. Yes. It survive in a game, a reputation game of all stars you need reputation in your game does not exceed some I'd reputation, who'd you be like he gets? The best thing I see premise, a two loss game of nine. Evidence. That can happen to him and. especially. Based Off for light zero. Yes. Perfect. Game. Be Even considered a winner and there's no way. He's GonNa play. The games I just don't even see a you get at the jury I. Feel like people just start losing interest in just WanNa lay down and watch. TV show that they get what so. He Does GonNa, happen to them. I I've sad for that. But I do think he should probably be. He should shoot for early if he is early jury and he played a good game on. Looking forward to the week three. Or four when David's on the block as we're predicting, he's fake crying his way into genitals, arms, and Janelle has her army around her and they pull them out a pull him out of his misery, and they save him and they bring him on forward in the game and the fake tears that started his journey back all the way with A. Take them home on all stars. There it. Is. Beautiful. All right. That's what we have for. David. This was this was an interesting one. It's an interesting pick. I'm excited to see what he has to do. I think that again, I think that David is a good pick because I think he's going to be playing hard. I, don't think that he's like like I honestly I'll take David over Enzo like I don't know if Enzo is going to be playing super hard all the time. Because we saw more of Enzo, doesn't mean that ends is going to be more entertaining player on necessarily, right? So. I'm excited to see what David it might do here and. We'll have to wait and see. Josh. Thank you so much for joining us. Where can people find you? The, this was a blast You guys can find me on. Twitter at Josh Z., O.? J. W., agilis. H C O, W, and I want you to now. So you most likely was probably she might fakes were talking about talked about the rather talk about random stuff as most likely what will be talking about in talking about how like anybody has the potential to do anything? No I. He on watching out that?.

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"david alexander" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

06:43 min | 9 months ago

"david alexander" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"We are getting a night one person back in to to try it out, and it was a person that people saw in the house with some promise. So I think This is definitely a good thing, but I was looking back on You know we were talking about how? Well he can do and things that we were thinking about him back in the preseason for last season. I. Don't remember. Maybe I'm sure about where he went on your draft but I look back. Back, at the power rankings between I had myself, Amman and Kirsten on on website rankings that we did, and all of us are pretty low on him. We all saw his video and we saw the crying the fake crying that he did. But just something about his video, we didn't have full confidence in him. Going away from all of that towards game, especially with a bunch, a bunch of other people in the cast that did seem like they were well suited for the game and I'm sure being a recruit had a big part in that. But going into this season. I'm sure I. Have a much higher haven't done my rankings yet. If I am but I'm sure I will have a much higher in you know who I am how I. Do. I think that just being the non threat in a house of Janelle and Danny Nado and case her and Tyler and all these other big players. Why are you going to go after David like the only way that I think David? A target early on is if he does it to himself, if he you know, does some kind of slip up in the game, but I don't see that happening for him. I. Think that even though he was never the most knowledgeable person coming into his season, there's been so much time since then for him to just hope and pray for one day to be able to be asked back and that opportunity. Opportunity is presented to him. So by having you know, well, I'm sure we're GONNA talk about people. He has with him having Nicole in the House with him and having a lot of time to process everything I think can only lead to get things. Yeah. I think the one thing about What could be he has three cars in his hand. He has ut are he has the robbed and he has the. Potential cards in his hands, and if he like show proves, it shows one of them. Somebody say he's he tried to pill pull himself as a under the radar player. Big targets needed are going to national, get themselves situated in which we gotta take these under the radar players out, and I could see him not being the first move, but he could probably be the second or third boot. He does not make connections with those bigger players and deter them from targeting them target each other. That makes that makes it. And and Ma. You mentioned something as well that I'm concerned about which is that know we talked about he was a recruit. He might not have as much knowledge going in I. think that you know you look at this cast. Many of these people have played. More than once already. And even some of the people who have only played once have also played, you know the challenge other games like this. There's a lot of experience on this cast and on top of that, a lot of these players were fans to begin with. We're very knowledgeable about the show and about the game to begin with and have a lot of that knowledge. David is just doubly. Reversed from that, he was recruit going in. He only played for a very short amount of time. He doesn't have a lot of experience first hand. As far as I know I, don't know how much research he's done, but I don't think that he has gone back and like watched a bunch of seasons or anything I think that he comes in with a big. Knowledge gap to come in when you were playing a cast of all new players, and some of them are super fans and you don't know anything about the show. It's a much bigger knowledge gap when you come in a cast of returning players, many of them. Big Fans of the show of them playing multiple times. That's GonNa be a hard thing I think to get over. and. I think again I think there's a lot of natural ability there. But but dealing with all of this experience knowledge I think is going to be really tough. Ooh I even think about that. I. Just realized that he's really gonNA. End with big dogs and big. Should they know what they're doing and he has not like he has no experience and you need experience in a game like. In a game like big brother. But really I mean, I'm conscious brothers. So long that you can adapt easily in big brother, even in three hours, actually you can adapt like the structure of began seeing the house and running. He has a for him. Though, is that mindset you know does have the mindset of like I was robbed our last season. I do not want to get robbed Kin, and that's is already lit under him if he comes in. With the Fire Lit, do not see him really being I don't see him being the first or second boot in all. He needs to do with survive those boots to get putting in this house, and I see him going in your. If you can. Really, he has to change the dynamics of the game should not have big target versus under the radar players that should not be the story if he wants to wait. I think the lack of experience for David could really be also like I was Kinda, highlighting things that are good about him. But the lack of experience thing I really think could. Hurt him as well. It it depends. He's the one player on this cast that has never been a victim unless you count the people that are in a final to chair. Just. Like you know he's never been convicted. He's never been in a chair. He's never been in a nomination share. He's never been part of the actual game. You watched it for a couple of weeks while he was in the house, but he's never been through a full week cycle of. Seeing somebody. Beyond the block in watch them go home and talk about who should stay who should go or be in that position himself and have to fight for his life. Just the basic elements of being in big brother as much as he was there to see it happen. But then you know the person that got victim would just go join him in the in the camp room upstairs. So it's a whole new experience for him coming in as much as any body else could be a first time player going into the house. You know it's just the point being that I. Think you know Kinda. Bouncing Terron was saying that like all these other people have so much experience. Under their belts, even if they are just one time player and Nacho Janelle her fourth time they have been through this. They went through, you know most of them, most of these people made us at the end of the game. So they were there for the entire three months of the game, a couple of them a little bit less. So it is A. A pretty big disadvantage for him to be in that spot, but also in advantage it really, it's crazy exactly just how he plays it socially game. If he plays as if this is my being, you guys have a me, you guys have the experience, don't hate me in, you teach me to stuff to come off as a student people are going to want. To. Claim that guy asked the number, he really pitch himself as a number of players and all you need to do is pitch itself..

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"david alexander" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

05:02 min | 9 months ago

"david alexander" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"He does get a chance to return via camp comeback. He enters the house again and spends a couple more weeks with the other houseguests and when he does. So keep does start to get along pretty well with the with Jack Jackson. And starts to kind of fit in a little bit more with what they're doing despite the fact that they are still very much. David in a lot of. Very unfortunate ways. But. But I think you have a point there that he does fit in with the like the Brohi archetype. And that's something that we should probably look for as he heads into. This season. Yeah. I think if he has a he would somebody will just dealt with me. Unfortunately, cars like just kept getting the short end of the stick a lot and I think. The knowledge everybody has of his game, which is not much going under him or at least once a work with him to be beneficiary, and that's what I think. He has going for him even though he does he can fit in a lot of archetypes. Many of those archetypes to really be there. Especially, like the you guys I don't think they're going to be in this now. We see anybody like that. For the people who are going to be in, they're going to, they're gonNA the mindset of being like. Okay. This is somebody who got robbed I. Think he could be benefits my game. I see a lot of players if. If the if the cast of what I think it is I see a lot of point to. In that card for them to be afraid of that card. Another thing about David that I remember is that he was. He came in. I, want to say he was a recruit I. Don't think he was a huge fan of the game. I, remember that he was like talking in his intro videos. He's he was like a photographer and they found him I guess. That's how he ended up on the show and I think he was literally trying to grow his photography business. Maybe by being on the show, I don't fully remember if that was the case But as he got into the House, I mean anybody recruit or not is going to be disappointed with being the first one out to say the least. But then as he got a chance to get back in there and he talked about those two weeks, he was in that sequester house of just not being able to play not being able to be involved. He had that hunger to get back in the. The game and to play because you lost his opportunity before it even started, and then he got the opportunity back to go try it again, and after he was not able to get back into the House I, think I'm sure I'm sure he spent the last year thinking about what would have done if I was able to get in that game seeing how he got in there, he immediately identified the landscape of the House he knew where people were working. He knew what he needed to do. If he got back in, he saw people that he could potentially try to work on even if it was. It might have been the bro that he was going to try to go back to He had different options in front of him that he had seen, and like I said I, think he might have spent the last year thinking about all those different scenarios, and now he is potentially hypothetically going to have that second chance to go in there and try it again. I. Don't see him being somebody that people come after early again, I don't knock on wood. I, am knocking on Wood I. Don't see the Francesca Hogi situation happening here. I. Think. Think, you can't just you know and survivor you go tribal council. You can just vote somebody out say goodbye in one to put David up on the block in that first week after he had already been through what he was through last season would just be cruel and I don't think anybody would be willing to do it. I. Don't I don't see any reason he's not the biggest, but any means somebody that you need to target first week like let's see what he can do. I'm excited for him to have a second chance Amen I, think. Based on his cats I, just don't see why they will be benefit wide. They will feel threatened by David and a lot of them are. We are also later, this big brother is social game and people like the people bill for the people who on the bottom, those who didn't have much of a chance and look what's happening in society right now, we are trying to get a chance to those who don't necessarily have chances most in reality. So I really think that's what's GonNa be A lot of people are going to want to really work with him and he has a lot. It ends in out she he was cut from playing. Playing the game and I think that's he just sat there for two weeks thinking about how he can play how what he can do and I know that was going through his mind, building his cards wanting to play a game like big brother again at him. Sitting there for a whole entire year, build it even more. I know how much of a man who became the show just based off his tweets, and if you're a fan of just going into that that that drive is going to prepare you to know how you can navigate your your social game, how you can navigate your strategic game and I you can navigate win. So I'm excited. Yeah, I think a big part of David Story. In the time that he had was. How observant he was and how good he was in the diary room because David was able to come back and be the figure that a lot of people were looking for in that early portion of the season to say..

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"david alexander" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

06:59 min | 9 months ago

"david alexander" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Automatically, always going to form a super successful alliance. What were some were some of those big moments in in his season. Where like he really stands out because I mean right? He measure. The penguins. Yeah. Also, he didn't know how to measure. Remember he was like, what is the like big cups in their smell? Cup, how do I know how much water is in a cup? And Britney was like, what are you talking about? Like a teaspoon like what is this is big. What if? Versus most born and she was like. No. There are set measurement neither does that even mean man like that's the thing that I always think of when I think of Enzo is not knowing what measurements our. Favorite thing of big brother might be the every few seasons. When you find out that somebody can't do some sort of very normal tasks linked understand time zones or you know what was the one that? was recently somebody somebody just. How to make eggs. Assistant know of it was. Daylight savings, she didn't know daylight savings time. Yet, didn't know what I didn't know parts of speech Yeah Okay Anyway. That's always fun. So we can add answers that list but what I think him coming back this time saying I think there are certain players who you put in the big brother simulation, you know hundred times and they. Play about the same game have about the same amount of success. Every time I think Enzo has a lot of areas. If you put him in different cast, if you put him in with a group I think he probably on his run tries to start a similar lions every time, and sometimes he's Sometimes he's himself sometimes he's. Oh my gosh. The guy from big brother. Seventeen. Sigei? nope. Sixteen eight, hundred, nine blinking on names. Devon. Devon sometimes, he's Devon now. Devon is way crazier. Did I say with success? The alliance is what I mean. But The. Scores, pretty successful. Let's. Talk sometimes. But sometimes, yeah. But Devon wasn't accessible in the bomb squad I duNno, we'll see. So. I think like, do you guys think that he should? Come in and try to make brigade two point. Oh, or does he have a better path year? Does he have any chance here I? Should or should not? That's what he's GonNa do like when you, I was going to play the exact same every single time. Like. I think that he's absolutely within those first you day is going to try to. Create, some type of like Bro e or just four people or like some type of brigade two-point now, well, I think I. Think it's important to look at what was Enzo story when he played the first time like how is he coming into this new season? You know thinking about his game from before. He came theoretically came close and I'm sure in his mind. It was probably even closer than it may be even was like Oh if I just made it to the final two, I was there and I got robbed. So. WHY DID ENZO LOSE? What is his story? What does the story? He tells himself about that season? Because as we talked about, the brigade was essentially his parachute, he was the guy that kept them together and when it came down to it. They chose each other. And not. Him. And they like he was the one that got cut and didn't make it to the end and so how how like how does he feel about that? Heading into? You know a new a new game. It's tricky because if you look at, for example, his goodbye messages when Hayden votes amount at at the very end. Hayden tells him. I didn't WanNa bring you because I think he would have beat me and lane tells him. It stinks that I didn't win the final h because I would've brought you. So taking those two things ends saying I almost made it to the end and I would have won if I got there probably now, if he has gone back and watch the show I, don't know that he's watched and critiqued where did the other members of the brigade go right or at least Lane Hayden where I went wrong I. Don't know if he's looked at himself that way if he has been, he could theoretically try a similar thing again, but try to be more like. Lane or Hayden, even Matt in some ways. If instead he said, I've done everything right and my only flaw was not making it to the end right there. But he's probably just going to try the same thing. Again I think what he needs to do is try to completely completely change your strategy lay low be old man Enzo just try to kind of beat chill and be a really good member of an alliance that someone else sets up. I don't think he's GonNa WanNa do that, but I think that that's would give them the best longevity if he instead wants to play really hard, maybe set up the exact same brigade, you point Oh that everyone is you know expecting with. Tyler cody and I dunno cancer. I have no idea. Do that and then make a separate alliance with like. I don't know Dave van and Christmas or something, and then just try to get everyone to target New Brigade two point Oh and then go hang out over there. Probably Not GonNa happen but you know that would be fun. Yeah I I actually so like if I feel like Enzo coming into an all-star season if I am a Returning player and I'm looking at the cast I'm looking around. We just walked in the house. And I see Enzo there I actually feel like he's a great ally. Came Up. He's super loyal. He's GonNa. Keep the alliance to he's going to try to hold the lines together as much as possible. He is. Probably not not super capable of winning competitions, which is definitely a detriment. You're probably always going to go home sitting next to Enzo. You don't want that he's capable of keeping a secret and keeping your relationship a secret, and so that's good for you like I feel like picking up Enzo as part of an alliance is is a pretty good call. However, I think third, probably going to be a lot of women in the cast that are going to look at Enzo and say. Yeah. He may be a great ally for a guy. But When has he worked with women? This is this is the the bro Guy. I don't want him forming the Bros together, and if I'm a woman on this gassed, I'm probably targeting pretty early because I don't think it's GonNa. Make much waves. That's my opinion. I think that enzo either gets targeted immediately week one or week two or top five like I? Think that there's no.

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Is the people show with David Alexander. Bullock, you are calling into W D T K or you are wounded let me say to w DT k the patriot. I your special guest host speak rock. I am standing in for David Alexander Bullock, blue as always we're going to have a righteous and relevant and practical conversation about today's issues in today's topic. So a look I let me make sure that I think David Alexander bullet for even allowing me to take his place for today on this show. But once again big salute also WD TK the patriot for their professionalism. And always being all point for what they do because they're not just doing it for me. They're doing it. Also for you, the people. So let's go ahead and get right into it. We got our feel power packed up of two topics. I may get the two topics day or we just very web may stay on one. But more than anything I want you all people to join with me call in which your insight because I know you're intelligent. I know your bright. And I know you're the best of the best the call in number is one eight hundred nine to three W D T K one eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five and the conversation. We to have today we want to talk about the New Zealand shooting as it pertains to in comparison with shootings that take place here in this great country that we call the United States of America. I look how many students how many shooters worldwide we can't even begin to count. But I'll tell you this. It's a hurts. Every time one of those shootings. You know happen. Every time one. It doesn't matter. If it's a school. Does it matter? If it's a place of worship doesn't matter. If it's a nightclub doesn't matter if it's just on the streets every day. Hurts. It doesn't matter. If it's in the United States of America, or if it's an another country, it's painful to see so many victims of gun violence. Let me explain to you. Why it's painful? Number ones because it's human beings as being just slaughtered. Not come on. Now. It. If red blood pumps through your body issued affect you. Because if it was your child, if it was your loved one, if it was someone that you truly care about I guess what you know, it would affect you. And you know, this to be true. So look if you got rare blood pumping through your body, that means you're a human being in this, you bother you. And the other reason while this bothers me is because I.

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Hi, mary. Hi there. It's like this. I'm glad that my hobby is making a fool of myself everybody except me is online. I don't know. Why kids can't get their degrees online? It's a lot cheaper. And it's advertised all over the place and there's great schools. Great schools that offer great curricula, and you don't have to sit and listen to the professor spout. Euphemisms about things that you believe in all your life. That that are part of you. And then you get thrown out of school for it. And that's happened. The people. But the way by the way, those those people who think that walls are not helpful for security should live in a canvas tent in the middle of a large fourth and fielder. Shut up. Well. I've been trying to come up with something that we could challenge them with Mary because realistically living in a fourteen by fourteen wall tent out in the middle of the field. People just aren't gonna do that. At least not in this climate. But there might be something that that that could be provided as an alternative to living in their cushy house or they're nice apartment building to see if they really wanna live without walls. Yeah. Maybe there's something out there that could do that. I don't know. I honestly don't think any of these people have the guts to do that. I really don't have the guts to criticize they have the guts to name coal. They have the guts to reduce people to racists and homophobes and bigots, and you know, the the usual line. I don't think they have the guts to do it. I appreciate your call. I'm glad you remembered what you call about. Hope you have a merry Christmas. And don't be a stranger have yourself a great night. This is David Alexander..

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Hi, mary. Hi there like this. I'm glad that my hobby is making a fool of myself. I since everybody except me is online. I don't know. Why kids can't get their degrees online? It's a lot cheaper. And it's advertised all over the place and there's great schools. Great schools that offer great curricula, and you don't have to sit and listen to the professor spout. Euphemisms about things that you believed in all your life. That that are part of you. And then you get thrown out of school for it. And that's happened. The people. Away, by the way. Those those people who think that walls are not helpful for security should live in a canvas tent in the middle of a large fourth and fielder. Shut up. Well. I've been trying to come up with something that we challenge them with Mary because realistically living in a fourteen by fourteen wall tent out in the middle of the field. People just aren't gonna do that. At least not in this climate. But there might be something that that could be provided as an alternative to living in their cushy house or they're nice apartment building to see if they really wanna live without walls. Yeah. Maybe there's something out there that could do that. I don't know. I honestly don't think any of these people have the guts to do that. I really don't have the guts to criticize have the guts to name Cole. They have the guts to reduce people to racists, and homophobes and bigots and the all the the usual line. I don't think they have the guts to do it. I appreciate your call. I'm glad you remembered what you call about. Merry christmas. And don't be a stranger have yourself. A great night. This is David Alexander. Bullock, tune in Sundays at four pm on the patriot FM one.

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Mcgee my levels together. I was working on something. Here's coming this way. I'm coming this way. For now. The now move this after my break. All right. The people show we do it for the people get into the compensation. Let's talk on November two six. Let's talk voting. Let's talk black America. Let's talk Democrats, Republicans and greens. Let's talk all about it. You can get into the conversation. David Alexander, Bullock lie. The people show we do it for the people shout out to everybody who has been tuning in on Sundays. I appreciate the love so much. Let me make this announcement on tomorrow at seven PM on tomorrow at seven PM. We're going to have a rally at three nine six Lebel. It will be a G O T the rally. Get out to vote geo TV get out to rally three nine six Lebel seven PM on tomorrow. I want you to be there today. Let's talk about the power of voting and the science and the power voting and the science. Of cooperative economics. Let's do it the power voting and the need for us to really be unified. Not just as we go into the ballot box. Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, good afternoon. Come on into the show. She had a show. She had a show four or five will be here for the next hour or so. Also, go to the Facebook page, David Alexander Bullock, and you'll see some I did a great interview with Dr Jill Stein on Friday and Jennifer Carlin, if you are in Michigan or really across the nation, and you're trying to get an idea of what the alternatives are. I want you to go to the Facebook page and checkout to show you can check it out. Now, you could check it out on demand. Let's talk about the power of voting voting is so important to power of voting now to those you that are listening on the radio..

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Then I'll tell you get what you deserve because Billy Preston told you not from not equal Gretchen. I mean nothing, but right now we can ask what we can't afford this week. The the worst. What is the less of two evils right now? It's either we vote for Jennifer. I'm voting I'm voting for Jennifer Kurla, we've boat we helping. No. 'cause 'cause 'cause 'cause I'm telling you. The Denver running Highland Park says I've been there, and it's horrible. It is. So I don't know how to learn. I need you to run for something that I can vote for it. And I'm gonna tell you, which actually I don't know this party. But what I do know is this if we think rather, and if we won the right people in whatever party, but we need to come together on one accord, and maybe is not gonna help it. Okay. I want to thank you for calling. And let us know what's going on in part. I appreciate that. But I'm respectfully disagree because I don't know who to us is because I'm saying us have not gotten any hill. Hey, if you just tuned in I'm up on a break. I felt it. I feel like I'm up on a break three one. And I'm sorry. One eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five David Alexander. A lot of people show. The thrill is gone. I wish I could get some BB king is gone. But I wish I could get a little bit at prayer prayer prayer prayer, Maryland, that's love and happiness. But y'all get my point my point is. The love affair is over. Man, we look and in maybe the baby boomer generation doesn't understand it. But there is a younger generation. Hey geraldine. There is a younger generation does not going just vote for people because they got a D in front of the night. Right. They got to do something yelling on talk to me. Am I wanna break? Not yet. Good because I got some follow me on Twitter de Alexsandr follow mill Facebook. David Alexander Buller. We come to you every Sunday four pm to five pm today. We're talking about the love affair with the Democratic Party and the black vote. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's what I'm talking about. That's what man let's just little bit of it. Just this enough. Let them flag it, man. Let them flagging, please. Oh, man. Just enough of that. Now. Look. I don't even think people realize that it really wasn't until the late the late sixties early seventies. That black people started voting in large numbers for the Democratic Party. And the move was not symbolic. It was always.

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Right. We're back. David Alexander bullet life, the people show. We do it for the people. Hey, look, follow us on Twitter de Alexsandr. Be follow us on Facebook. David Alexander bullet shout up to all the people watching this on the book. It's good to be back on the book and a radio to say time. And then we're going to get this together. It's going to get better. And better. Before we go back to the show and get our caller. There is a sports show that comes on after this show. And I'm excited to hear what they have say. Let's hear more about it. Hey, thank you, David always for letting us promo our show sports talk with Ron Cameron named Alex alway producer of the show originated a lot of our content. We have an interesting show. Lynn Jones is our guest from the late seventies early eighties. Somebody that was a coach in the big leagues for awhile played for the Tigers for two years. So as Ron lakes historical, baseball, knowledge and content. Also, we'll talk about what you promote for us the lions and they're disappointing loss down in Dallas. I'll just teasing say this. We have a little bit of criticism to Levy the lions way. We'll just put it. I I can't I can't wait. I can't wait shot. I'm I'm gonna check that out. And if you want to check it out, you can listen, obviously, online patriotdetroit dot com. You can download the app or you can listen in your car. We're talking break cabin. And let's go to the phone lines Sheeba. In ohio. Good afternoon. You're on the air talk to us. Block. How you doing today? Good. How you doing? I'm always good this fishery. Hey, how you doing? I'm doing good good to hear from you. Fine. I'm doing fine. I'm doing fine with good to hear your voice. What do you have to say to us today? Well, what I have to say to you. Personally, is that I want to let you know that even though I'm here, I'm only forty five or our way in Toledo right now. I just want to say I still follow, you know, some of your things and everything, and I just want to say, I am grateful to you for a passion that you have our people, and I'm glad to see that you up and getting back out here and being your momentum fat. Yeah. Um? Back and that's right. Take take your time. Take your time. You know what I'm saying? It's about you. It's about you. Now, you know, you you do a lot of you do more than we can. You know, you do a lot. That's why I say that's why. When when you'll see with hurting at time after we got Martin and all that stuff. I wanted to treat you right Marietta, the bible inches massage feet. But it wasn't to say that I wanted to do anything else because my mind wasn't or anything else. My mind was on. You are a leader and dopey hurt. Somebody needs to touch them input from hill anonymous because all my Hiller. Yes. Yes. Yes. No. I appreciate you saying that you know, what before you go. I want to say, I really appreciate that. Because a lot of people don't know how much it takes to do this stuff consistently. And then, you know, when I lost my father had to issue with the police and all of that, you know. Is a lot. But we we're moving forward, and I want to thank the good Lord for people like you, so many positive supportive people. And I just appreciate you. And we know what they say big things. Little thank stop and big thanks popping. Oh, yeah. I. I been I went through that police thing to, you know, remember, I remember look go one going to mess with the wrong when we all get together. They're going to have a problem. My sister already got one they already got when they just don't know. That's right. That's right. Look thank you for calling. I appreciate you. And God bless you. Look, what time do I get outta here at fifty eight. Fifty eight. I get out of here at fifty eight. I so I get out of here at fifty eight which means a I got two minutes. So let me get my wrap up. Wrapping it up number one for those of you that are listening. I want you to make sure I'm on I'm on at nine AM nine AM Wednesday Thursday and Friday right now because I'm taking Monday Tuesday for my personal reflection. Time nine AM Monday, Monday Wednesday Thursday or Friday on fourteen forty but we will be doing.

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In terms of how the rules are being shaped primarily the economic rules right I won't bore you with that but not, philosophically as opposed to politically philosophically democracy is really believe by a lot of people to be a, way to reach the truth and so now, truth with a, capital t. has become truth with. A small. T. in academic circles really has become consensus, at a really really microscopic see right but whether it's the same idea that if you get reasonable rational people together even if they come from different backgrounds And even if they had different ideas that reasonable and rational, people can come together and come? To a point of agreement now that, might be the truth for some that might be consensus for others that might be just. Stop. Right there because I feel my philosophical brand get ready to go all, right? Now think about this now if that's what democracy is right if if getting reasonable rational people together ultimately talking to each, other leads us somewhere that? Where we can agree then America actually is very anti-democratic, because you can't you, can't? Even get into wrong with somebody, who has a different position with you in America now because they'll call you a traitor like if I go sit in a room with. Somebody who doesn't agree with me and just asked him well what do you think right or why do you think what you think the, people who know me? Will attack me for being in then rural but how do, we reach consensus, if we don't talk to one another And so it's not, the division is the polarization this not the difference. Of opinion is the inability to even talk to people to have a different opinion that's was killing this country hey David Alexander Bullock..

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Follow, us on. Twitter d Alexander be Facebook David Alexander Bullock this is the people's show, would our Sunday edition of the people show and we are excited about Today's topic. Today's conversation really I wanna do the weekend review I, wanna talk independence day I wanna talk, statue of. Liberty and the protester that scaled a little bit of lady liberty on the fourth of July I wanna talk to state of, our politics and also want to. Talk about where do we. Go from here in terms of the country. Is America more divided, now, than it. Has been before or are we seeing is the state of things pretty, much what we've been seeing And and if so if America is divided how do we unite the country yeah yeah so let's talk independence and? Union independence in a Union United States of America there, was a war some years ago I wasn't there? But I heard about it Dan It was. Called the civil war and look there were folks, from from, all over the. Country that were affected and impacted. By that war and but ultimately it was it came to an end and some would say that the confederacy is still, alive has never died, some would say that the union? Was, victorious. At you know I don't know let me just slow. Down here I don't. Know if folks who are in school now twenty eighteen, thousand and eighteen really have. A A kind of grounding in any. Of these conversations these the country seems to be changing very very rapidly drastically more so driven by Soundbites and tweets one hundred and twenty, four characters to express her represented truth But not really driven, by grounded by, motivated by a deep appreciation for history for discovery for compensation And for interrogation of the. State of things but. But but you know when I, was coming, along and of course I'm not I'm not that old but when I was coming along. You know there, was a lot, of conversation about, the the history of the United States of America the cat curtain the emancipation proclamation slavery segregation the The great migration etc etc etc and so this week people took the day there was this day July fourth we. Took the day and we pause to consider. Independence but also pausing to really think about the future of the country the soul of, America and some have said since President Donald Trump has become. The president that the country seems to be more divided than it was at least as, we saw in public view, under President Barack Obama I don't know if that's true. Or not but I. Do think that what we're seeing, is we're, seeing different layers of the political economic and social caste itution of the United States of. America and I, think we are, at, a, crossroads As we always have been as every nation is as every family is, every organization is every church is at the crossroads of definition. How do we define ourselves where we headed What, do we, want the country to be or mean and we see, this really being played. Out politically but I think it's also being. Played out, socially economically as well and so I. Mean let's let's consider the question FM one zero one point, five, AM fourteen hundred the. Patriot just tuning in this is David Alexander Bullock live also known as the people show you can follow. Me on Twitter at d.. Alexander be Facebook David. Alexander Bullock on Facebook we will be broadcasting every Sunday live from the studio in Ferndale from four, pm to five pm today let's talk about, America America you know my country TIs sweet. Land of liberty of the I sing America land of the free home of, the brave but now on for the fourth of July there. Were obviously fireworks and there was celebration but There. Was also, a huge commotion caused by an emigrant. Congolese immigrant debt climbed lady liberty Columbus statue of liberty at, least, a base she says. She climbed as high as she could and obviously the statue of liberty was shut down and she was. Taken into custody but she. Climbed in view of. Bringing attention to the immigration crisis I guess we could call it that in this country the legal, immigration crisis we should probably say it that, way as opposed to just immigration legal immigration, crisis And and, it it it began, to make the fault lines the political and social cultural fault lines in this country Appear once, again where people are taking sides on that question and I, was thinking about this and watching this and saying? You know is is America more divided now than it's been before or is. Difference of, opinion part of, what it means to be an, America you know freedom of speech, freedom of press freedom of assembly freedom to have your own ideas freedom to take your own approach of freedom to have as much liberty as, you want to have as long as you. Don't harm somebody else an aren't those kind of fundamental American values and if they are then, disagreement would kind of be a fundamental American thing Looks, like we got a caller on the line. Let's go to j j. in Lincoln park AJ Jay good morning good afternoon.

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Power to do it they would have to be all dispersed and you'll be in your home district I think we need to get the power out of Washington and back to the home district that way we could discuss our feelings, with our fellow. Constituents in each district we can partition. Are Senator or our house representatives person directly and he. Would, they would be? More beholden. To us then they would be, to the people in. Washington DC now you know. What I think I think I think that's a that's the right idea I think the beholden this Of. Folks who are in congress To to DC to the big money and not and not the. Folks that, are supposed to represent in fact the last time I went to see a. Senator and stop by their office I left the office trying to figure out even why that Senator had an office because at office actually serve no purpose for the people in the district at that Senator represented at think there is a complete lack of accountability and connection and look if all politics is local than I think power in. Politics should. Be localized as well. JJ men thank, you for. Calling appreciate the call appreciate it appreciate the conversation in the commentary One eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five. David Alexander Bullock live the people show we broadcasting live from Ferndale Michigan.

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And am fourteen hundred the patriot you can follow us on twitter d alexander b or facebook david alexander bullock this is the people's show would our sunday edition of the people show and we are excited about today's topic today's conversation really i want to do the weekend review i'm gonna talk independence day i wanna talk statue of liberty and the protester that scaled a little bit of lady liberty on the fourth of july i wanna talk to state of our politics and also want to talk about where do we go from here in terms of the country is america more divided now than it has been before or what we seeing is is the state of things pretty much what we've been seeing and and if so if america is divided how do we unite the country yeah yeah so let's talk independence and a union independence in a union united states of america there was a war some years ago i wasn't there but i heard about it and it was called the civil war and look there were folks from from all over the country that were affected and impacted by that war and but ultimately it was it came to an end and some would say that the confederacy is still alive has never died some would say that the union was victorious you know i don't know let me just slow down here i don't know if folks who are in school now twenty eighteen thousand and eighteen really have a a kind of grounding in any of these conversations these the country seems to be changing very very rapidly and drastically more so driven by soundbites and tweets one hundred and twenty four characters to express her represent a truth but not really driven by grounded by motivated by a deep appreciation for history for discovery conversation an for interrogation of the state of things but but but you know when i was coming along and of course i'm not i'm not that old but when i was coming along you know there was a lot of conversation about the the history of the united states of america the cotton curtain the emancipation proclamation slavery segregation the the great migration etc etc etc and so this week people took the day there was this day july fourth we took the day and we pause to consider independence but also pausing to really think about the future of the country the soul of america and some have said since president donald trump has become the president that the country seems to be more divided than it was at least as we saw in public view under president barack obama i don't know if that's true or not but i do think that what we're seeing is we're seeing different layers of the political economic and social caste itution of the united states of america and i think we are at a crossroads as we always have been as every nation es as every family is every organization is every church is at the crossroads of definition how do we define ourselves where we headed what do we want the country to be or mean and we see this really being played out politically but i think it's also being played out socially economically as well and so i mean let's let's consider the question fm one zero one point five am fourteen hundred patriot you're just tuning in this is david alexander bullock live also known as the people's show you can follow me on twitter at d alexander be facebook david alexander bullock on facebook we will be broadcasting every sunday live from the studio in ferndale from four pm.

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And am fourteen hundred the patriot you can follow us on twitter d alexander be facebook david alexander bullock this is the people's show would our sunday edition of the people show and we are excited about today's topic today's conversation really i wanna do the weekend review i'm gonna talk independence day i wanna talk statue liberty and the protester that scaled a little bit of lady liberty on the fourth of july i wanna talk to state of our politics and also want to talk about where do we go from here in terms of the country is america more divided now than it has been before or what we're seeing is the state of things pretty much what we've been seeing and if so if america is divided how do we the country yes so let's talk independence and the union independence in a union united states of america there was a war some years ago i wasn't there but i heard about it dan it was called the civil war and look there were folks from a from all over the country that were affected and impacted by that war and but ultimately it was it came to an end and some would say that the confederacy is still alive has never died some would say that the union was victorious you know i don't know let me just slow down here i don't know if folks who are in school now twenty eighteen thousand and eighteen really have a a kind of grounding in any of these conversations these the country seems to be changing very rapidly drastically more so driven by soundbites and tweets one hundred and twenty four characters to express her represent a truth but not really driven by grounded by motivated by a deep appreciation for history for discovery for conversation and for interrogation of the state of things but but but you know when i was coming along and of course i'm not i'm not that old but when i was coming along you know there was a lot of conversation about the the history of the united states of america the cat curtain the emancipation proclamation slavery segregation the the great migration etc etc etc and so this week people took the day there was this day july fourth we took the day and we pause to consider independence but also pausing to really think about the future of the country the soul of america and some have said since president donald trump has become the president that the country seems to be more divided than it was at least as we saw in public view under president barack obama i don't know if that's true or not but i do think that what we're seeing is we're seeing different layers of the political economic and social cast of the united states of america and i think we are at a crossroads as we always have been as every nation is as every family is every organization has every church is at the crossroads of definition how do we define ourselves where we headed what what do we want the country to be or mean and we see this really being played out politically but i think it's also being played out socially economically as well and so let's let's consider the question fm one zero one point five am fourteen hundred the patriot you're just tuning in this is david alexander bullock live also known as the people's show you can follow me on twitter at to be facebook david alexander bullock on facebook we will be broadcasting every sunday live from the studio in ferndale from four pm to five pm today let's talk about america america you know my country tis sweet land.

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"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"david alexander" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Hundred nine to three wd tk yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah that's right i'm coming straight from jail straight from jail man let me tell you we we've been watching this emigration thing in in america over the last week unfold in how people utilize their authority we've been watching it we've been watching it we've been watching it and sometimes you watch stuff on television and it doesn't really come home it doesn't hit home it doesn't seem real but i'm gonna tell you something it is real it's like super super if you just tuned in to the patriot fm one zero one point five am fourteen hundred it is david alexander bullock and i am on the air right now and we are broadcasting live from ferndale michigan and look we want to continue to have the power powerful spirited conversation that we always have on the air and you can be a part of that conversation today i want to talk about the abuse of authority by law enforcement i wanna talk about the abuse of authority by law enforcement some very strange happening me today as i was leaving church and i'm going to spend the whole show talking about some very very strange that i never thought whatever happened to me before happened to me today you you can call into the conversation one eight hundred nine two three nine three five one eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five you can get into the conversation to be a part of this conversation.

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