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"david boyce" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"david boyce" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"The French used to. My turn. You know, monetizing Twitter is what Elon Musk is all about. I'm not sure it's possible, Joe. We need a Musk pump from you at some point because must doesn't rhyme with much, does it? So we'll work on it. We'll work on it. Musk task tarzana Joe business was open for the wedding season. I assumed tarzana joined Reagan dot com for people seeking versifying. How is business? Very, very, very good. Did anyone come in last week and say I need a poem in a week after you said please don't do that? Of course. Of course they did. Tarzana Joe at Reagan dot com. He will not turn you away no matter how late it is in the day. That's your job, right? Turns out a Joe dot com for all of his poems, sartana Joe at Reagan dot com if you need help. Thank you, Joe. Thank you you. Good morning, Gloria America. Bonjour, hi, Canada. Plain old Jimmy Buffett music. Because I just reading about the Pennsylvania election. And I got flashbacks to Florida 2000. 'cause we're gonna have a knife fight over spoiled ballot that said it's just going that way. Michael scherer a veteran New York Times reporter joins me from inside the beltway. Hey, Michael, did you cover the 2000 recount? You know, I didn't. I was still covering state politics at the time in Virginia. So I didn't, I wasn't down in Florida, but I watched it like everybody else, and I do think you're right. There's some eerie similarities there. Oh my goodness, I've got tattoos from then. Because every day, it was every day was a new headline, 25 different lawsuits. David Boyce squaring off against Ted Olson, Ted Cruz down there. W are running around. James baker in town. Al Gore. It was wild that I think Pennsylvania is going that way. So Michael, the president's in Seoul, Korea. I'm just curious, how did you not draw the short straw and have to go? A lot of people think everybody loves to go on these trips. I'm not sure that's true when you're over 50. Well, I am over 50 and those trips are exhausting, especially when they're Asia trips with the time change can be tough. I actually drew this drop to go on what they call the advanced trip about a month ago where The White House and some members of the press go to kind of map out how the trip is going to go. I actually ended up quarantined in Japan for a few days because I had a false positive test. So that was how my trip to Asia with. How was your time in Japan? It's great. I love Japan. It was my first time to Tokyo and other than spending some of it at in a quarantine barracks at the yokota air base. It was lovely. You know, I just had a friend get trapped in Spain. By a false positive COVID test. I got out of France, thank you. So Michael sharer, let's talk a little bit about what we learned yesterday. The president is invoking the defense production act on baby formula. Am I correct? That is true. Okay, so do you get to ask a question today? Do I get to ask a question today? Yeah. About the president or in the press room of Kareem. Oh, well, she's overseas. So there's not going to be a briefing today. Oh, that's too bad. I have the perfect question. Okay, what's your question? If you're going to use the defense production act on baby formula, why don't we use it on gasoline? Oh, that's interesting. I mean, look, there's a lot..

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President Biden Visits Seoul

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

President Biden Visits Seoul

"I was still covering state politics at the time in Virginia. So I didn't, I wasn't down in Florida, but I watched it like everybody else, and I do think you're right. There's some eerie similarities there. Oh my goodness, I've got tattoos from then. Because every day, it was every day was a new headline, 25 different lawsuits. David Boyce squaring off against Ted Olson, Ted Cruz down there. W are running around. James baker in town. Al Gore. It was wild that I think Pennsylvania is going that way. So Michael, the president's in Seoul, Korea. I'm just curious, how did you not draw the short straw and have to go? A lot of people think everybody loves to go on these trips. I'm not sure that's true when you're over 50.

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"david boyce" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

03:53 min | 5 months ago

"david boyce" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Good morning. Hello. How do you season 2020? I'll request the zoo a song for noisy keen. Ever since you strike a so here we go. Ever since I wake up every single day I know baby 'cause we all go crazy when schools we all go crazy. And wake you since you stay calm. But me today and I want to leave you with something upbeat and positive. So here's some really, really beautiful human David Boyce. It had a West Ham's visit to Liverpool. On Saturday 12th 30 p.m. Eastern Time, NBC proper, a game which moist faces up to us forever challenge of fortress Anfield. Remember, earlier in the season, this West Ham sat deep and countered to a merger of a three two victory. In Jürgen Klopp's quadruple hunters have since gone on to prove that rumors back then of a suspect backline, oh my God, how we hoped were both temporary and greatly exaggerated. Liverpool are now on a run of form where they only play bangers and slappers last Friday. At the joy of speaking to David Moyes, it was pretty magic. I love moise at Everton and I've come to really admire his tenacity as he fell after leaving. Several times, yet rose again, and the full interview will run on our next men in blaze's television show. On peacock, Sunday March 13th, but I want to leave you with a taste for the joy and uplift it provides. We'll be back on Monday with a pod Tuesday. Oh, with the mighty European night Wednesday with a live pod on green room until then I send you big love and wishes for courage, his David Moyes. You're not always when it's just one of these things you will not always win whether you're at the bottom or whether you're at the top. And you have to live with it. You say you don't always win as a football manager, but there are things you can control to show that you can win as a human being. And I've got to say, David Moyes, you set an amazing example at the beginning of the pandemic when you deliver groceries to those in need from your own car. And I'm fascinated as the pandemic experience changed anything for you in terms of your approach to the game and football significance. Or is everything just reverted right back to normal? Noah, I think that it's made everybody not just me as a football manager. I think it's made everybody realize the importance of what family importance that we don't want war. Importance of life in general, West Ham, done an incredible job in the east end of London. The job they've done in the communities, people who shared things with people who maybe quite of the money or the way to get food, et cetera. So anything I think AMD could do was help. I enjoyed dropping my fruit and veg off. People associates. I saw it as a small part to do. I had nothing else to do well. There was no enjoyed it very much. What does it feel like? When, say, masuaku scores in the 87th minute and West Ham defang Chelsea three two, and you, David Moyes, are on the sidelines celebrating with thousands behind you. Can you describe the emotions that flow through your body in those moments? Or no, I've got three minutes to go. Are they going to score? That's my worry. Can I get through to 90 minutes? So that's where the problem comes, but let me tell you is we've had some great moments at West Ham. We were three zero down to Tottenham last season.

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"david boyce" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"david boyce" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"The prince of having sex with a three times after Epstein ordered her two and Ghislaine Maxwell got behind him and said the same thing. A lot of bullying going on there. I guess my question is if the settlement is irrelevant to her case against him, why would he want to view it? And why would he ever ever ever pay it? I'll tell you why. Because if he decides, well, more accurately, if the queen decides that the amount is an amount that she thinks will make this all go away without breaking the royal bank, she will then release the funds and giuffre's lawyer, David Boyce, will take the money and drop the case. Andrew's got, what's today, anything? He's got three weeks to make up his mind. Overall, I think this sucks for us. Because again, why does everything concerning Jeffrey Epstein just flatline? Why don't we get the goods? First he kills himself in prison. Then Ghislaine Maxwell gets locked away and we don't get to hear a PEEP out of her. And now the prince Andrews suit looks like it's going to be a dud. I want details. I want sweaty details. Well, he doesn't sweat. But I want any detail. And I know Virginia Roberts giuffre has receipts. Now, it doesn't surprise me that her attorney David Boyce has his mitts on another sexual case or that he put the option of a settlement on the table because if you remember a few weeks ago, Rose McGowan let the world know that he had David Boyce had California governor Gavin Newsom's wife reach out to rose and say to her, David wants to know how much it will take to have you walk away. Walk away from the whole Harvey Weinstein nonsense. So listen, David boys is good at very good at this shit. When harmony in my health and I didn't know what it was about, right before this rape scandal broke as some of you know, he called me to four seasons I'll tell him in Beverly Hills and we sat down and he said, I need your help. They're doing a hit piece on me. Never described exactly what the piece was about. It didn't say rape at all. He just said that coming after me and he wanted me to devise a plan with him so that I could find out who was doing the talking. And he basically said, I think we're going to be fine. I've got voice, and I had no idea what he meant. I said, boys, he goes, David Boyce. I got David Boyce as my attorney. I said, oh, good. I swear to God at that point, I'd never heard of him.

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"david boyce" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"david boyce" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Yes dave. thank you for reminding me i feel like how two thousand yes dave dave. Sorry dave dave sorry dave. That's strange so yes. Governor newsom his ex wife jennifer newsom jennifer siebel newsom. I think that is her name. Yes she called me and she set up a meeting with me to meet her. Some brentwood and actually went. And i got very like creeped out. And i saw sitting where sumita meter and i looked at her and i turned around and went back into my car drove. She wanted to meet me. She reached this one. Is this how six months before the new york times article on weinstein broke brush and she called me on behalf of a theranos board member the lawyer for longtime lawyer of hillary and bill and clinton and weinstein one david boyce so this woman. I don't know some blonde lady named what the last newsom cold calls me like. David boies wants to know what it would take to make you happy six months before the weinstein story. Where do we take to make you happy which you took as for those that might be playing along a little bit slowly. I don't know. I don't know if it would be fiscal renumeration. I don't know i'd like absolutely nothing would make me happy. You falling off the planet. David boies and your whole company. If you are false the planet. I would be happy. Says you cannot do that. I will remain unhappy with you. And you shall deal with my displeasure. But they're scary. These are operators tied into sdk k. Knickerbocker they're tied into hillary. Sir titans nancy pelosi is all back door bullshit for their gain and we're tired of it. Were suffering people dying. Not just just stupid ask open. But because they're fucking system is fucking killing us. I've had it. And i think a lot of us had so now it's time to go from feeling feel. This is all bullshit to fact it is all bullshit and vote larryelder because why why the fuck not what have you got to lose. How's it going people. How's your system might society working for you. Try something different. Might as well. There's my pitch campaign like you know. I just for me like. I used to volunteer years ago at a place called covenant house and i never did with cameras and i would go and speak to homeless runaway..

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"david boyce" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"david boyce" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Yes dave. thank you for reminding me i feel like how two thousand yes dave dave. Sorry dave dave sorry dave. That's strange so yes. Governor newsom his ex wife jennifer newsom jennifer siebel newsom. I think that is her name. Yes she called me and she set up a meeting with me to meet her. Some brentwood and actually went. And i got very like creeped out. And i saw sitting where sumita meter and i looked at her and i turned around and went back into my car drove. She wanted to meet me. She reached this one. Is this just about six months. Before the new york times article and weinstein broke brush and she called me on behalf of a theranos board member the lawyer for longtime lawyer of hillary and bill and clinton and weinstein one david boyce so this woman. I don't know some blonde lady named what the last newsom cold calls me like. David boies wants to know what it would take to make you happy six months before the weinstein story. Where do we take to make you happy which you took as for those that might be playing along a little bit slowly. I don't know. I don't know if it would be fiscal renumeration. I don't know i'd like absolutely nothing would make me happy. You falling off the planet. David boies and your whole company. If you are false the planet. I would be happy. Says you cannot do that. I will remain unhappy with you. And you shall deal with my displeasure. But they're scary. These are operators tied into sdk k. Knickerbocker they're tied into hillary. Sir titans nancy pelosi is all back door bullshit for their gain and we're tired of it. Were suffering people dying. Not just just stupid ask open. But because they're fucking system is fucking killing us. I've had it. And i think a lot of us had so now it's time to go from feeling feel. This is all bullshit to fact it is all bullshit and vote larryelder because why why the fuck not what have you got to lose. How's it going people. How's your system might society working for you. Try something different. Might as well. There's my pitch campaign like you know. I just for me like. I used to volunteer years ago at a place called covenant house and i never did with cameras and i would go and speak to homeless runaway..

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"david boyce" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"david boyce" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Well Hey there how you doing So good to be back in the sad with you on this Monday Hope your weekend was a great one Is Larry elder gonna screw around and win this thing in California this week I think he's going to I absolutely adore what's happening to Gavin Newsom in real time Have you heard this thing yet Folks this is going to be the biggest story politically of maybe the last well I would say since this may be I'm about to say something bold here This may be a bigger story than Donald Trump's victory in 2016 If Larry elder manages to become the next governor of California I am prepared to say that is this too big a statement that Larry elder's victory in California if that comes this week is bigger than Donald Trump winning in 2016 And I know that's a bold statement but is there anybody that thinks a black Republican and talk show host could win as governor in California I mean if you thought it was a long shot that Trump would be president in 2016 you've got to admit that's a longer shot I don't know just because of how the the recall process works You know like it's not number of people I see what you're saying It wouldn't be as impressive a victory Is that what you mean Correct But it is pretty darn cool As far as a political stunner though that's a huge development Huge And the weirdest association of people are coming together to maybe make it happen Rose McGowan and you say who You may not remember Rose McGowan is a friend of our friend Tammy Bruce If you remember I don't know a couple three months ago she ended up making her appearance on Fox News for the first time ever To talk about she was kind of one of the lead women involved in the Harvey Weinstein stuff of years ago She came forward to say that she was assaulted by Harvey Weinstein I think she was the first but she was kind of she's known sort of as the woman in Hollywood that was sort of the leading trailblazer on the aggressiveness of men in some cases outright rape and sexual assault and abuse of powerful men in Hollywood against women Actress I don't know if you don't know which arm is that what most people know Rose McGowan from Charmed I actually knew her as Tatum in screen She was a sister of Dewey who was played by David Arquette That's right So anyway that's her claim to her claim to fame but now she seems to have made this soft alliance with Larry elder This is the weirdest story but folks it may be maybe Gavin Newsom was already on his way to being undone This is really remarkable She claims this actress that Gavin Newsom's wife huh It's like an episode of soap in our last episode of soap Rose McGowan will appear alongside Larry elder read this story from the weekend and I guess she did yesterday I didn't see it But we're talking about now a day before the recall election And Rose McGowan shows up with Larry elder and says 6 months before she came forward with sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein she claims Gavin Newsom's wife called her up Newsom's wife Jennifer sibel reaching out to a relaying a message from Harvey Weinstein's attorney which is even weirder So this woman I don't know says McGowan some blond lady with the last name of Newsom cold calls me and was like David Boyce remember David Boyce's He's been around for a long time He was the attorney that represented Al Gore and the hanging Chad debacle of the 2000 election if you remember Ah And he's done other stuff but I will always remember David Boyce's being the Al Gore hanging Chad Florida guy But anyway David Boyce wants to know what it would take to make you happy says Gavin Newsom's wife to Rose McGowan Elder says he doesn't know if Rose McGowan's allegations are true But McGowan has produced emails that were sent to her from Gavin Newsom's wife The Washington free Beacon reporting that according to financial disclosures Newsom has accepted pricey bottles of wine from boys including Boyce boys boi S not boys like The Lincoln Project Including in 2017 roughly 6 weeks after the publication of a New Yorker report that Boyce tried to dig up dirt on Weinstein accusers So this is going to be fascinating I guess they have they appeared together yesterday afternoon at a hotel on sunset boulevard had a press conference Vocal critic of Newsom McGowan has been posting a video on Thursday blasting him and his wife calling them both a fraud I have the receipts I wish I didn't I wish you were all real I wish you really did help but you didn't and you're on the side of wrong So strange bedfellows or whatever you want to call it but Rose McGowan coming in at the 11th hour with Larry elder for what would be the equivalent of a presidential election in October surprise That is huge Now Gavin Newsom and his wife and his political careers already in a tremendous amount of trouble anyway I mean this dates back to him being a hypocrite about the French laundry thing while the rest of his state is in a lockdown We've already talked to you about this The Democrats are in terrible panic In fact they're sending in grandpa I guess today Supposedly ahead of the recall as though that's going to help do you think sending that feeble old fart from Washington into another times Remember I don't think and I need to check this I don't think grandpa has been west.

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"david boyce" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"david boyce" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Yes, she called me and she set up a meeting with me to meet or someone Brentwood and actually went and I got very creeped out and I saw her sitting where sister meter and I looked at her and I turned around and went back into my car and drove away. She wanted to meet me. She read. When is this? When is this just to be clear about, uh, six months before The New York Times article and Weinstein that I set up broke and she called me on behalf of a Theranos board member. The, uh lawyer for a long time Lawyer of Hillary and Bill and Clinton and Weinstein one. David Boyce. So, this woman I don't know. Some blonde lady named with the last name of Newsome. Cold calls me because like David Boyce wants to know what it would take to make you happy. Six months before the Weinstein story. What do we take to make you happy? Which you took? As for those that might be playing along a little bit slowly. I don't know, because I don't know if it would be fiscal remuneration. I don't know, like absolutely nothing would make me happy. You falling off the planet David Boies and your whole company. If you will follow the planet, I would be happy since you cannot do that. I will remain unhappy with you and you shall deal with my displeasure. But they're scary. These are operators. They're tied into Sdk Knickerbocker. They're tied into Hillary. They're tied into Nancy Pelosi this all back door both for their gain, and we're tired of it were suffering. People are dying. Not just just stupid as Corbyn because they're failed because why you miss what you cannot. What have you got to lose? How's it going, people? How's your system Might society working for you Try something different Might as well there's my pitch. Yeah. Okay. There you go. Yeah, she is pretty high strung, huh? Moment to get going. The last 30. Seconds of that was quite expletive fills. Yes, Even our crack board up, missed one of the couldn't keep up with those. Did you get the second time? Yeah, It's a little odd about that. And she refers to Jennifer Siebel. Newsom is his ex wife. It's not That is something we did not mixing her up with, uh, with, uh, What's her name? The one that's with the Trump fellow now. I forgot her name. Kimberly. Guilty Oil Guilfoyle, right. She's been out of sight for a year. Yeah, I don't know. But I But Kimberly Guilfoyle, uh, was not at this occurred six months before the story broke. This should be 2017 and Newsome was married to Jennifer side Don't use and and and she She's blonde. Kimberly Guilfoyle is not blonde. Now. She just made a mistake. Just just a slip of the tongue there. Yeah. All right. Is it a bombshell like I had to try it out of her? So you felt like this might be for people are a little stupid. You bribe. Is that what you're saying? Some attempt to pay you off? It wouldn't surprise me that that's out. That's how it's done. These people are dirty and devious. I've been watching. I watched the first episode of the Monica Lewinsky uh or the Clinton thing. Did you see that? No, I have not seen any of it. It's a It's pretty funny. I found myself laughing out. These are actors playing the parts right. It's a docudrama. It's the same production company that did the O. J. Simpson story, right? And, uh Bob. We can talk more about it another time. It too. It's uh, yeah, It's very interesting. That's entertainment. All right. We got more company to get K F I Deborah Marquez, Dodgers.

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"david boyce" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"david boyce" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"They've all gone silent on everything matters. And i do want to give a complete exception to that. On ben shapiro. Enduring peterson who who have been as good as ever but the liberals have just completely completely collapsed. So let's also show you because we're talking about the media and larry elder here this this video from yesterday. Now i know some of you've seen this yesterday but rose mcgowan was on the shell. Rose mcgowan is the girl who in effect handedly took down harvey weinstein. She walked through the fire. Said this man raped me. It started uncovering all of the other. Horrific rapes and sexual assault. That harvey weinstein did two years ago. He was the biggest bad guy in america right like that was the thing. It started the me too movement. Believe all them in all of that stuff. Well now. Rose mcgowan is coming out. And saying that gavin newsome's wife jen newsom three months before the harvey weinstein story broke when they knew it was going to break that she contacted rose on behalf of harvey weinstein's lawyer to see what could make the story go away and she saying she has receipts. Do you think that maybe that's worthy of the news covering it right now. That the california governor under recall the his wife was schilling for harvey weinstein to silence Someone who is sexually assaulted by harvey weinstein lake. Do you think that. Maybe that's newsworthy. Maybe i in case you haven't seen it. here's rose. That is her name. Yes she called me and she set up a meeting with me to meet her. Some brentwood and actually went. And i got very like creeped out. And i saw her sitting where sumita. And i looked at her and i turned around and went back into my car and drove away. She wanted to meet me. She this just bow six months before the new york times article and weinstein that i set up broke and she called me on behalf of a theranos board member the lawyer for longtime lawyer of hillary and bill clinton and weinstein one david boyce so this woman. I don't know some blonde lady named with the last night of newsom cold calls me like david boies wants to know what it would take to make you happy six months before the weinstein story. What do we take to make you happy which you took as for those that might be playing along a little bit slowly. i. I don't know i don't know if it would be fiscal renumeration. I don't know. I absolutely nothing would make me happy. What would it take to make you happy. This guy was raping you for years raping all kinds of people..

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"david boyce" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"david boyce" Discussed on 790 KABC

"So this woman I don't know. Some blonde lady named with the last name Newsome. Cold calls me. I just like David Boyce wants to know what it would take to make you happy. Six months before the Weinstein story. What do we take to make you happy? Which you took? As for those that might be playing along a little bit slow? I don't know. I don't know if it would be fiscal remem aeration. I don't know, like absolutely nothing would make me happy. You falling off the planet David Boies and your whole company. If you will follow the planet, I would be happy since you cannot do that. I will remain unhappy with you and usual deal with my displeasure. But they're scary. These are operators. They're tied into Sdk Knickerbocker. They're tied into Hillary. They're tied into Nancy Pelosi this all back door book for their gain, and we're tired of it were suffering. People are dying. Not just the stupid ass Corbyn. But because system is only have had it And I think a lot of us had. So now it's time to go from feeling. I feel this is all the fact it is a vote Larry Elder, because why? Why not? What have you got to lose it going, people? How's your system? Might society working for you Try something different might as well. And there's an endorsement for Larry Elder, Very emphatic one. What in and I mean, what an interview. I mean, that is, that is that is startling and amazing. I got to get a copy of that. Congratulations that deserves a Pulitzer immediately. That is something that is so radically different and refreshing. Well, that's part of the deal. You think, uh, you know, we're seeing that Latinos are not voting in big numbers. Well, you know what That means, not voting is voting. If you're not enthusiastic about something, that's that's actually making a statement. So we're seeing the usual areas coming out? Well, look, we get our but our reports who's voting where they're voting and that kind of cast the die. And so we expected we'd be, you know, not doing well early on. And, of course, the pollsters and the liberals and the media very, very happy and excited, But there's still nervousness slashing nasty, brutal attacks, physical attacks against Larry Elder Makes it pretty clear that they're scared to death and they never thought they'd ever have a problem in California, But you know what we deal with crime and a daily basis quality of Living homelessness, carry aerating schools, businesses and great trouble and just we can see the California sinking everywhere, so that's not abstract. That's real and the guy in charge. That's where happy space on it as the elitist nuisance never worked a day in his life. You reference the racially motivated attack that took place in Venice earlier this week, where Larry Elder was pelted with eggs by a white woman who was wearing a gorilla mask and calling him the n word, among other slurs. One of my other things. Yes, one of Larry Security guards was also assaulted by one of these individuals who participated in the attack and the spin in the Los Angeles Times. Is that Larry is so unpopular that he is unwelcome in Venice. It's not that he was the victim of a racially motivated attack. It's not that there was a racist who was out trying to prevent a candidate for public office from making arguments as to why they should be elected. None of that was the spin from the mainstream media. It was Larry's bad and because Larry's bad he got a negative reaction. Can you believe that? That's what the reaction was in the L A times. This is what the cancel mob does. And the L A Times is ultimately woke, controlled again by another billionaire who hates America and his daughter from Stanford is making editorial decisions. And the L A times a joke. It's a tabloid. It's It's a propaganda piece. It's something that that would have passed muster during the Soviet Day. So Pravda, it's entirely predictable. And then they accused Larry Elder being the black face white supremacists. I mean, they're just making up phrases that That there's a fight in English language. And so it's a nasty, vicious left wing journal. And of course, I'm going to spin it. Very elders team was shot at with pellet guns. You know what's next and and remorseless of the left The fact that a black man steps out and it has it has his own individual libertarian point of view, and he subject to Radic. You'll And you know, just just to usual barrage of lies. It's kind of like a North Korean propaganda attack. Luckily, we have other forms of media where we can get more reliable information. But this is the war. And controlling California is a vital element to the progressive agenda of remaking, reshaping America and basically destroying conservatives. Their mission is not to get along. Not to compromise not to have a good day. Their mission is this. Just destroy all opposition. It's similar to to the Maoists tried In China in the 19 fifties. No opposition has tolerated and you know what we can't take that America's always been a country of free speech and debate recall is our last chance. That's it. And lawyer for those that are sitting wondering if they should vote. This is it guys. You won't get this chance again. And George Charles personally put in a million dollars in the last 10 days. You know, he's a billionaire that hates America who's literally collaborated with the Nazis during World War two. It's TBS said did a special on in 60 minutes. And he soils is putting in money. You know, the left petrified and they don't want to see this populist rebellion..

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"david boyce" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"david boyce" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Sweeping Southern California Newsome. I need to preach and practice, not just preach. Just going now we're seeing more and more cases where the suspects are armed because they face no consequences Daily own Who's next next? Cook safe. Who's out? Find out no divorce. It's John Phillips Total recall. And we continue on this. Jimmy Buffett Friday at 16 in the afternoon Talk radio 7 90 K. ABC, The Johnna Phillips Show Broadcasting Live from My Living Room in Palm Springs, California. And it's time to fully reopened The state of California for business, Mr Rand. Wang's sports desk in Culver City, John Caitlyn Jenner, who has spent the majority of her campaign ignoring local reporters, is now complaining that local reporters aren't covering her phony baloney campaign. It's funny that she waited until the 11th hour. The very last part of this campaign. To want to talk to the press, the local press She says. Carla Marinucci is not taking her campaign seriously because she's just a shill for Newsome. How many weeks did she spend in Australia taping Big brother to to quarantine and one to shoot? That's what I thought. 802 to 2 KBC is the phone number 1 802 2 to 5 to two to radio. I told you yesterday I met with my doctor. Who broke the news to me that my cholesterol is high. And we did an accounting of everything that I eat, and he went through it line by line and told me what all my problem areas where. And one of the Items that I enjoy to eat that he flagged as my sees candy addiction. Oh, no. So I have changed the way I I consume my see's candy. But I am a man of my word. And the doctor told me certain things had to change and I took it to heart and I'm I'm changing certain things. So what are you doing now? Well, I want to be healthier. So today and yesterday I've only eaten sees candy with fruit fillings. Well, you get that vitamin C Oh, yeah, Well, you know, blueberries, they have lots of antioxidants. Not so sure about the coconut, but I do what I can 802 to 2 K. ABC 1 802 2 to 5 to two to It is the total recall our and it is a pleasure to welcome our next guest to the program. He's an RNC committeeman for the state of California. You can follow him on Twitter it, Shawn steal one. Shawn Steel. Welcome. Fantastic. This is Shawn Steel at recall headquarters in Laguna Beach, California and, Yeah, it is a sweep. And, of course, the big news is and yeah, I just got this news from a Democrat operative. Who just sent it to me that the Republicans are now turning out in droves. The Democrats control the males. There they were, You know all the excited paid off. Democrats voted early. Republicans are waiting to vote in person, and that started Wednesday. And now it's going 70 30 in our direction. Does that mean we wouldn't? I don't know. But it means if you're Republican, independent Love America, maybe even a moderate Democrats. This is your one shot out of a million opportunities that you'll never see. This is the chance Show up at the polling station. Drop off your ballot. They're everywhere. Easy to look up. And, uh, you cast your vote and join the revolution. Get rid of the dead weight and Sacramento. This is an exciting time. You know, Sean, there are some polls weeks ago that came out that showed this race within the margin of air. There was one survey USA poll that showed the recall winning Paul's in recent days have turned the other way more in the direction of Newsome. But it doesn't matter what pollster you talk to. It doesn't matter what poll you look at. It doesn't matter where the public is on the recall. One thing is very consistent. And that is the public doesn't like Gavin Newsom. And one of the reasons that they don't like Gavin Newsom is because he lives by a live by, I say, and not by. I do sort of way. We saw that with the French laundry when he told the rest of California that we couldn't dine indoors and we had to wear the mask. He was masculine, and he was dining indoors at one of the most expensive restaurants in the state. He told Californians that they could not send their kids to summer camps that didn't require the masks. And then we learned that his child was sent to a basketball camp here in California. That expressly did not require the mass and put it in the contract they sent out with the parents. Well, now we're learning that they're also duplicity is on me, too. Rose McGowan, who is the actress who is one of the first women to come out and say that Harvey Weinstein was sexually inappropriate with her. Said that Jennifer Siebel Newsom, the first lady of California, professed feminist tried to get her to shut up about what Harvey Weinstein did to her. When the Me too. Movement was starting. I want to play some sound for you of Rose McGowan, explaining that Governor Newsom His ex wife, Jennifer Newsome. 10 for Siebold News. Um, I think that is her name. Yes, She called me and she said it for meeting with me to meet or someone Brentwood and actually went and I got very like, creeped out and I saw her sitting where system meter and I looked at her and I turned around and went back into my car and drove away. She wanted to meet me. She reached this. When is this just to be clear about, Uh, six months before The New York Times article, and Weinstein that I set up broke. Okay? And she called me on behalf of the Theranos board member. They, uh, lawyer for a long time Lawyer of Hillary and Bill and Clinton and Weinstein one. David Boyce..

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"david boyce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"david boyce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Buy vacuum weather is build Bigger news, 93.1 kfbk, Lightning and thunder overnight and clouds today will give way to some more sunshine this afternoon currently 55 degrees in Truckee 65 degrees and out. Growing out of the stories trending this Friday this morning, actress Rose McGowan says Gavin Newsom's wife, Jennifer, played a part in an attempt to pay her off to keep her mouth closed about Harvey Weinstein one David Boyce. So this woman I don't know some blonde lady neighbor with the last name of Newsome. Cold calls me I was like David Boyce wants to know what it would take to make you happy. In an interview aired this week with podcast host David Rubin. McGowan discussed a phone call she says she received from Newsome a week before The New York Times or six months before The New York Times revealed that Weinstein's alleged abuse of actresses over many decades have been going on. McGowan is also a known political activist who supports the recall of Governor Newsom. This morning. The Biden administration is taking the state of Texas to court over its new abortion law, New audio at eight from Attorney General Merrick Garland. The act is clearly unconstitutional. Under longstanding Supreme Court precedent. The U. S Supreme Court recently declined to block implementation of the Texas law, which bans abortions. After six weeks of pregnancy. Millions of Americans will take time out tomorrow to remember and honor the men and women killed on September 11th 2000 and one with the words of then President George W. Bush, Still lingering in the minds of many today, our fellow citizens Our way of life. Our very freedom came under attack. In a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist acts. President Biden and First Lady Joe Biden plan to visit all three places where the attacks happened. The World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan, the Pentagon and the field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where United flight 93 crashed after passengers and crew members fought back against the hijackers..

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"david boyce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"david boyce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"93.1 km became All right, along with Sam Shane. I'm Christina Mendoza time now to get over to Kelly Brothers at Caffe Trust and check in on what's going on this morning. Business and money wise. Yeah, that's I got the antidote for you for student debt. I think this is a great new trend. That we're seeing in corporate America and they're doing it because obviously they need good workers. And I'm talking about the plethora of companies who are offering free, fully subsidized college tuition. And in many cases, books and fees as well. I mean, you know, think about if someone came out, they just really didn't have access to The capital needed for college. First of all, you go to community college. It's free or very close to it. But now you have yesterday was Amazon announcing free college tuition for its workers, including books and fees. WalMart has offered the exact same thing to 1.5 million part and full time employees. Target offering 340,000 U. S workers No cost college education, including books and fees. Chipotle If you work 15 hours a week, you can access that at Chipotle. If you work 20 hours a week at Starbucks, they're going to cover your degree online from Arizona State University. So you have a lot of big companies now offering, you know. Cost college education over time, which is a great new trend. We're seeing as these companies fight for qualified workers market overall, uh mixed. The Dow started off hot but then fell back again and could be looking at fifth consecutive down day. Which is I mean, that's part for the course In September, it seems Dow down 66 34,008 13 NASDAQ Up 27 the S and P up one point Gold down four Oil up. 2% 10 Year Bond Yield 1.33. All right. Thanks so much. Kelly, This is probably some sound you have not heard. It's interesting actress Rose McGowan. She's an activist. She's an actress, but she's also been an activist, she says. Governor Newsom's wife, Jennifer, played a part in an attempt to pay her off to keep her mouth closed about Harvey Weinstein. Rose McGowan gave information to the New York Times before that big article that basically brought him down. McGowan is credited with being the main source on that. New York Times article In an interview that aired this week with podcast host David Rubin McGowan disgust, a phone call and a meeting. That she had with Governor Newsom's wife, Jennifer Siebold News. Um, I think that is her name. Yes, She called me and she set up a meeting with me to meet or someone Brentwood and actually went and I got very like, creeped out and I saw her sitting where system meter and I looked at her and I turned around and went back into my car and drove away. She wanted to meet me. She When is this? When is this just? This is about, uh, six months before The New York Times article. And Weinstein that I set up broke, Okay? And she called me on behalf of the Theranos board member, the lawyer for a long time lawyer of Hillary and Bill and Clinton and Weinstein. One. David Boyce. So, this woman I don't know some blonde lady neighbor with the last name of Newsome. Cold calls me I was like David Boyce wants to know what it would take to make you happy. Six months before the Weinstein story. What does it take to make you happy? Which you took? As for those that might be playing along a little bit slowly. I don't know, because I don't know if it would be fiscal remuneration. I don't know. I don't like absolutely nothing would make me happy. You falling off the planet David Boies and your whole company. If you all follows the planet, I would be happy. Well, look, She's not without controversy, and you mentioned that she's not a supporter at all of Governor Newsom. No, she's she's very vocal about her support for the recall of Governor Newsom and she has been an activist. You know, it should be noted that she has done a lot for activism in terms of sexual assault and harassment of Hollywood women. 2017 Time magazine put her on the cover of the magazine for for her activism. Well, I mean, she was the one who essentially led to the breaking of the story of Harvey Weinstein, right? Yeah, and she's been very, very aggressive, but she's been talking about this quite a bit this and then. I mean, it's an interesting clip, but we just want to keep it in perspective. You need to know where she's coming from. You know, as they say she has a dog in the hunt. She does so She's you know, she's a Larry elder supporters. So I mean, you have to take that for what it's worth, but that's a story that she, um Wanted to share right. She put that allegation out there on tape. On the record. We're going to talk to Rory O Neill coming up here in less than 20 minutes or so more on the new mandate announced by President Biden what it means and get The lawsuits are already lining up. Yeah, they are,.

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"david boyce" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"david boyce" Discussed on KGO 810

"The Supreme Court sullies itself with this. If you go on read our Constitution, one of the things that's very clearly states determined their electors. So unless the Trump people could make a showing of a violation of the 14th Amendment equal protection clause or some other Issue. This really doesn't belong in the federal courts. The each state should determine its own election system unless Congress would have exercises its power to impose certain rules like what the elections will be held in things like that, But they haven't and so this really is not an appropriate zone. When David Boyce, supposedly the greatest litigator of our age in Gore v. Bush. Was before the Supreme Court. I was just floored that he didn't say that. The justices. Excuse me, gentlemen. This is a matter for the Florida court's in Florida voters under our Constitution, you have no role here. But being a good liberal he just submitted to the federal government has supremacy. I don't think it did. And I think that was a mistake. But it's gonna be a lot of legal tangle mints on Tuesday night. It's funny to see like when you look at Arizona with only 11 electoral votes in Georgia, with only nine wait, No, I'm sorry. I'm wrong. George has 16. That you look at these states that could go Biden's way. There is a really good chance that on Tuesday night will know even before we want to have to wait for votes. A lot of votes to come. I think I think there is there's a good chance that we'll have an electoral college decision. If we don't it's going to get very nasty and This idea that you know you can't count votes past midnight. I mean, I can remember 50 years ago when I was a reporter at the San Jose Mercury being up covering an election Tell three clock in the morning. That's absurd to argue that you have to stop Vote county at midnight. You know, why are we not talking about expanding the franchise where we're talking about? Marry it. Will. Donald told us that? What did he say? If we have mail in voting, but which he really means universal voting. That's the context he was talking, he said, if we had mail in voting No Republican would ever get elected again. Yeah, There's some some significant truth to that because the minority party because they paid close attention to their knitting. They got control of election offices and Put people on boards and paid attention to the nuts and bolts of politics from the Democrats. Didn't they've exercise much bigger influence than their numbers for a couple of decades now? Well, they they learned out Republican by the way. Well, I mean, you know, I I think anybody that doesn't go through. I did the exact opposite. I think that the old saying goes about Anybody that's never been a liberal. By the time they're 30 has no heart. Anybody so liberal after 30 has no brain, I did the exact opposite. I was more conservative as a young person, and it might be my Catholic upbringing and then I got more progressive afterwards, but Not so much on social issues, most almost all on on fiscal issues, and I realized like a lot of people that Bush 41 was right in 1980 when he called it voodoo economics on Adam Smith even even realized his very first book question his second book, but it away the very morals sentiments which is really is more important book I groove You But I guess that the thing that I I just want I mean, I like learning and I wish we could We could We could get Americans to get this, you know, and I haven't always had this. I was a bad student, but, I mean, I just wish Americans would get this thirst for knowledge about who we are. And what a unique experiment. We still Khun B moving forward, but it it has one of the most tip. I think that's one of the most important challenges ahead of us. We have created a culture that it's okay to be uneducated and dumb. And we've done it because we've had a lot of looking down the nose at people who work in factories who are plumbers who have service jobs, and we need to address that, and we need to get away from that notion. We need to improve our education system. Our school systems were designed in the 19th century to produce people. Who could work in factories in office, a new reading, writing arithmetic but not critical thinking skills, and we need to make sure that all American students get the quality education that about 15% people who go to the better public schools yet. If you go Woodside High School If you go to Brighton High School here where I live in Rochester, New York, you get as good an education as any private school in the country. But you got the most high schools in America Junior High Elementary. You're not getting a quality education and my students who come from China and Korea and Japan and even France in my law school classes at Syracuse University. Are so much better educated. They're thinking skills are so much more rigorous. Their research skills the quality of the papers they write. In the Chinese students like English, the Korean and Japanese. English is not their native tongue. They often write better. Them the best American students because you know, in many high schools in America today, and I was shocked to learn that some years ago, they don't even have you read novels anymore. Um, some some teachers get away was showing you the movie. Well, that doesn't do the function of a novel of making you create your own character in your mind. You needed your own Gatsby that you see in your mind, not of the one that has Sunlen Leonardo DiCaprio on the screen with a monologue at the end of the Grapes of Wrath. I mean, what's in the book? It's amazing, You know, it's interesting, but I think on the other side is a Democrat. We have to remember. That there are critical thinking skills that don't involve great acts of literature. I mean, my plumber is very good at finding the problems that we have right now and and and we should respect the people who whose education is different than ours, and it's and it is as valuable and that's something that the Democratic Party Has gotten away from and we used to be the party of the working people and gnome or at least you know, we have one of the great The great strange things about our era is the Democrats, who, because of their traditional links to unions, you would think would be good at organizing are nowhere near as good as the Republicans and when I go to speak, and I'm only by the way, a registered Republican, but I speak to all sorts of groups. When I go to a conservative or Republican group, then you arrived to speak. It's organized. They run on time They pay attention to the clock. I've gone toe to speak to progressive liberal groups where they're completely disorganized. In one case, 30 minutes after is supposed to start there were still 200 people in line waiting to get their name tags. Somebody decided to connect all the name tags to the lanyards and then threw them in a giant box. And they're after each person will have to go search through the box instead of laying them out, you know, alphabetically. Well, it's funny. You say that because my cousin was uniformed Secret Service, George Marinoff, and for a long time they started 1980..

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"david boyce" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"david boyce" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"See, yeah. Yeah, it's funny because I was re-reading Malcolm gladwell's book. Like I just went to the whole Gladwell Trilogy again, cuz I don't I don't I I really I don't like audio books and I don't like audio is despite being a podcast room at least preferred form of media. And the reason the reason I that that came to mind is, you know, he talks about particularly David and Goliath what he called desirable difficulties. Well, he you know highlights sort of, you know, entrepreneurs or dyslexic and he mentions a guy named David Boyce and David voice is like the most like just ruthless trial attorney in the United States like you the last person on Earth you'd ever want to get a letter from unless you your attorney is probably David boies, but it was just, you know, his interesting to see that and here's a guy who basically dead, you know went to law school where there's immense amounts of reading and he couldn't actually read so his ability to listen compensated for it and as a result, he's extraordinary at what he does. And so there's just, you know, I am Desirable difficult, but let's let's go into this idea of awareness because one thing that I think is fascinating is somehow we have to get through sort of childhood home, you know, like almost to the point of like, you know, our mid-twenties without sort of doing any sort of self-exploration to recover, you know, some of the things you mentioned of like, you know, who are you? Who do you wanna be? And how do you want to live? Yeah. I can honestly tell you I can't think of one swear. I asked myself those questions for my entire twenties because our because I'll tell you why why wage because we're very program particularly Indian families that you care cure society's Life Plan here is our interpretation of society's life plan which by the way, we've stripped out all the other occupations other than dr..

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"david boyce" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"david boyce" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm David green in Culver city California and I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC the corona virus is a pandemic that's the conclusion of the World Health Organization infections are on the rise in many countries and that is triggering more global destructive disruptions last night president trump announced a thirty day ban on foreign nationals traveling to the United States from most countries in Europe NPR health correspondent rob Stein joins us now to help us understand the latest developments hi rob Hey there Rachel let's start with the president's travel ban is this going to reduce the spread of coronavirus you know Rachel most public health experts I've talked to say look if the virus is already here so banning Europeans is unlikely to do much good and actually could make things worse you know by diverting resources from what's really needed which is stopping the spread here that's kind of been a top priority right now all right what about the WHL now calling the corona virus a pandemic what are the implications of you know which it shows how worried the W. H. O. is that about that things are getting worse the W. H. O. had hesitated to use the wordpad never they're worried that it might make things seem hopeless the officials are really stressing that this whole lots that can be done to fight these fires all right so what's the latest with the fine in this country you know there's still a lot of frustration with the federal response especially about testing but the government has started giving cities and counties fighting outbreaks specific advice about what to do you know recommending things like telework and protecting nursing homes and canceling large gatherings and that's really where things are heading is a big shift in strategy going on right now towards what experts called medication which is actually basically keeping people apart to try to slow the spread of the virus that's what will save lives you know try to get a sense of the shift in the nation's strategy let's just listen to Anthony Fauci from the White House coronavirus task force as a nation we can't be doing the kinds of things we were doing a few months ago when the coronavirus first hit the U. S. disease detectives swooped in to try to stop the germ from spreading isolating sick people tracking down in quarantining everyone that contact with to try to contain the virus to stop it from spreading but increasingly across the nation experts worried that's not enough anymore it's clearly too late to contain it in much of the country martlets such is a Harvard epidemiologist he says the long delay in testing let the virus get a foothold in this country so it's probably already spread much more than we realize and that's likely to accelerate in the coming weeks unsustainable in an exponentially growing epidemic to keep increasing the efforts to trace individual cases because understaffed and underfunded public health departments are getting overwhelmed trying to track down and monitor everyone so while testing is still really important public health experts are increasingly also calling for what's called mitigation to slow the spread of the virus get people to work from home close schools cancel big events I'm extremely worried that we are just letting transmission continue by sitting in sort of supporting business as usual we are just wasting time as the epidemic grows time to act is now because if too many places wait too long it will be too late here's Anthony Fauci again testifying before Congress its the metaphor that the Wayne Gretzky approach you know you skate not to where the puck is but to where the puck is going to be if we don't do very serious mitigation now what's going to happen is that we're going to be weeks behind and the horse is going to be out of the barn so more and more communities are shifting their tactics Sacramento county stop quarantining everyone who would contact with someone who is infected instead Peter Beale instance says people should monitor themselves and vulnerable people like the elderly should minimize their exposure so for example avoiding malls if they have to go to a grocery store go off hours and by two or three weeks of groceries at times they don't have to go back and expose themselves Jeffrey angle of the council of state and territorial epidemiologists says there's probably no one size fits all strategy Sacramento is going ahead with its St Patrick's day parade while other cities have put off theirs is happening community by community so I think we're gonna see this patchwork approach across the United States other experts agree that makes sense Thomas Ingalls be heads the Johns Hopkins center for health security is not black or white I think that there are places where we can potentially identify a chain of transmission and isolate that group and try to stop the chain of transmission in that place but I think there are other parts of the country or other other cases where that's not can be possible I don't think we should give up on the former but we just after knowledge the latter so you know we just clear that we've got to get ready for a lot more disruptions in our daily life unfortunately right thanks so much rob NPR's rob Stein the Jeffrey have seen sex trafficking scandal did not end with his death the story keeps evolving and we're gonna hear now how one newspaper came to question the ethics of one of America's most powerful lawyers relying on informants who later disappeared The New York Times launch investigation into attorney David Boies who represents some of it seems alleged victims and your media correspondent David Folkenflik looks at the story behind the story initially everyone was hungry for material about Epstein after all Eckstine had ties to so many powerful men the informant went by the pseudonym Patrick Kessler he claimed he had been an I. T. consultant for Epstein he also claimed to have not just videos but all sort of electronic communications and bank records and things like that David enriches the business investigative editor for The New York Times that provide this supposedly unvarnished very detailed inside look inside of Jefferson's life and finances Kessler provided tantalizing allegations about Epstein's famous friends when he met with reporters for the first time at David Boyce's office an hour later the story would completely change Kessler texted a times reporter separately they met in the back of a Chinese restaurant later that afternoon your reporters Emily steel and Jake burns dean on the times TV show the.

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"david boyce" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"david boyce" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm David green in Culver city California and I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC the corona virus is a pandemic that's the conclusion of the World Health Organization infections are on the rise in many countries and that is triggering more global destructive disruptions last night president trump announced a thirty day ban on foreign nationals traveling to the United States from most countries in Europe NPR health correspondent rob Stein joins us now to help us understand the latest developments hi rob Hey there Rachel let's start with the president's travel ban is this going to reduce the spread of coronavirus you know Rachel most public health experts I've talked to say look if the virus is already here so banning Europeans is unlikely to do much good and actually could make things worse you know by diverting resources from what's really needed which is stopping the spread here that's kind of been a top priority right now all right what about the WHL now calling the corona virus a pandemic what are the implications of you know which it shows how worried the W. H. O. is that about that things are getting worse the W. H. O. had hesitated to use the wordpad never they're worried that it might make things seem hopeless so officials are really stressing that this whole lots that can be done to fight these fires all right so what's the latest with the fine in this country you know there's still a lot of frustration with the federal response especially about testing but the government has started giving cities and counties fighting outbreaks specific advice about what to do you know recommending things like telework and protecting nursing homes and canceling large gatherings and that's really where things are heading is a big shift in strategy going on right now towards what Etheridge called medication which is actually basically keeping people apart to try to slow the spread of the virus that's what will save lives you know try to get a sense of the shift in the nation's strategy let's just listen to Anthony Fauci from the White House coronavirus task force as a nation we can't be doing the kinds of things we were doing a few months ago when the coronavirus first hit the U. S. disease detectives swooped in to try to stop the germ from spreading isolating sick people tracking down in quarantining everyone that contact with to try to contain the virus to stop it from spreading but increasingly across the nation experts worried that's not enough anymore it's clearly too late to contain it in much of the country mark let such is a Harvard epidemiologist he says the long delay in testing let the virus get a foothold in this country so it's probably already spread much more than we realize and that's likely to accelerate in the coming weeks unsustainable in an exponentially growing epidemic to keep increasing the efforts to trace individual cases because understaffed and underfunded public health departments are getting overwhelmed trying to track down and monitor everyone so while testing is still really important public health experts are increasingly also calling for what's called mitigation the slow the spread of the virus get people to work from home close schools cancel big events I'm extremely worried that we are just letting transmission continue by sitting in sort of supporting business as usual we are just wasting time as the epidemic grows time to act is now because if too many places wait too long it will be too late here's Anthony Fauci again testifying before Congress its the metaphor that the Wayne Gretzky approach you know you skate not to where the puck is but to where the puck is going to be if we don't do very serious mitigation now what's going to happen is that we're going to be weeks behind and the horse is going to be out of the barn so more and more communities are shifting their tactics Sacramento county stop quarantining everyone who would contact with someone who is infected instead Peter Beale instance says people should monitor themselves and vulnerable people like the elderly should minimize their exposure so for example avoiding malls if they have to go to a grocery store go off hours and by two or three weeks of groceries at times they don't have to go back and expose themselves Jeffrey angle of the council of state and territorial epidemiologists says there's probably no one size fits all strategy Sacramento is going ahead with its St Patrick's day parade while other cities have put off theirs is happening community by community so I think we're gonna see this patchwork approach across the United States other experts agree that makes sense Thomas Ingalls be heads the Johns Hopkins center for health security is not black or white I think that there are places where we can potentially identify a chain of transmission and isolate that group and try to stop the chain of transmission in that place but I think there are other parts of the country or other other cases where that's not can be possible I don't think we should give up on the former but we just have to knowledge the latter so you know we just clear that we've got to get ready for a lot more disruptions in our daily life unfortunately right thanks so much rob NPR's rob Stein the Jeffrey have seen sex trafficking scandal did not end with his death the story keeps evolving and we're gonna hear now how one newspaper came to question the ethics of one of America's most powerful lawyers relying on informants who later disappeared The New York Times launch investigation into attorney David Boies who represents some of it seems alleged victims and your media correspondent David Folkenflik looks at the story behind the story initially everyone was hungry for material about Epstein after all Eckstine had ties to so many powerful men the informant went by the pseudonym Patrick Kessler he claimed he had been an I. T. consultant for Epstein he also claimed to have not just videos but all sort of electronic communications and bank records and things like that David enriches the business investigative editor for The New York Times that provide this supposedly unvarnished very detailed inside look inside of Jefferson's life and finances Kessler provided tantalizing allegations about Epstein's famous friends when he met with reporters for the first time at David Boyce's office an hour later the story would completely change Kessler texted a times reporter separately they met in the back of a Chinese restaurant later that afternoon your reporters Emily steel and Jake burns dean on the times TV show.

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"david boyce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:10 min | 3 years ago

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"This is all things considered from NPR news, Michelle Martin somehow. She came to be billed as the next Steve Jobs. A nineteen year old college dropout inventor of a revolutionary new technology that would end an industry and change the world a role model for young women in tech, a darling of the business media and a venture capitalist and other powerful men who pumped nine billion dollars into her company crammed onto her board and defended her from all comers. Sounds too good to be true. And according to the courts and regulators it was that company. Theranos was supposed to have built technology that could run a variety of blood tests with just a finger prick. But it not only didn't work. It never worked posing a huge risk to the health of customers who relied on the results that one time celebrity CEO, Elizabeth homes is now facing charges of criminal conspiracy and fraud and the story of her spectacular rise and equally stunning fall is the subject of a new documentary by Al Gibney. Titled the inventor out for blood in Silicon Valley. It airs on HBO Monday night, Alex Gibney joined me from our NPR steals in New York along with Tyler Scholtz, a former theranos employee who turned whistle blower about the company's practices. Now. Of course, hindsight is twenty twenty. But we wanted to know why theranos originally seemed like such a great bit. Here's Tyler Schultz. Well, the deal was so compelling not only because of the small volumes, but also because of its portability. Theoretically, this could be used in the battlefield and medevac helicopters in operating rooms in doctors offices, maybe even in your in your homes, you could quickly get these results and make medical decisions based on those results as opposed to having to draw a via of blood with all the scariness that that implies lab get it back that whole business, and let's give me I'm going to start by asking you. How did this very young women? Get all these investors to believe in her which when she wasn't in medicine and had no track record. Well, I think she was an extraordinarily good storyteller. And that was something that she shared with her idol, Steve Jobs. And I think she also did something very clever, which is to surround herself with respect ability on her board where George Shultz secretary former secretary of state in re Kissinger former secretary of state your Mattis Defense Secretary for lawyer was the noted David Boyce. There was a key. Scientists at Stanford named Channing Robertson who'd signed on to be a key adviser the company, and she was routinely paraded onstage by people like Bill Clinton, Joe Biden. So she surrounded herself with this kind of patina of respectability that was very hard to ignore. And so everybody thought well everybody's in. I guess I'm into entirely you want to add to that as somebody who worked with her. And we want to note that that George Shultz on the board. Former secretary of state from secretary of the treasury is your grandfather. Yeah. So what what is it about hers based on your? Experience with her that made her so compelling, so I would say that Elizabeth is really good at making you feel like you are so important to accomplishing this enormous vision that she's already laid out to you. And I would literally be working with these devices in the lab feeling like nothing was working. I'd be very frustrated. I'd be kind of distraught. And I would go have maybe a five minute conversation with Elizabeth and I would leave feeling motivated ready to go back into feeling like I was about to change the world. So she really did have an amazing gift of motivating people and getting them to do what she wanted. So Alex pick up the threat from here. The people doing the work knew that it wasn't working. What what is the the larger story here is that the hero worship? What is it? I think you just hit it right there. I think the the idea in a way the film is about storytelling. A very compelling story can make us want to invest in it in a way that we become caught up. It's something so good. You want to believe in it. I think the other thing. To that. This is a story about is story about the end justifies. The means Elizabeth had a dream. But as the dream grew further and further and further away from accomplishable reality instead of admitting that she kept pretending that the dream was real talent about that. You founded you're still in biotech. I am you're on company. What lessons did you take from your experience? Oh, man. I don't even know where to start. But. One of the big lessons is that you know, CEO's really do have to sell a vision. But they also need to be clear on what is vision. And what is reality? I think one of the problems that Elizabeth had is that she somehow refuse to acknowledge that things were not going. Well, this would be like if you on musk had a rocket explode and people said look the rocket exploded. And he said, no, it didn't know it didn't let's do it again that was kind of what was happening at their nose. Things were not working. And rather than actually were to improve them. We would repeat things and experiment would fail. And we would just repeat it until we got the result that we wanted. And we would say, okay, great. Let's move on. Which is not how good sciences done. Pretender. What are the painful things about this film? I have to be honest is the grandfather was we said former secretary of everything George Shultz was on her board. And at some point when you started raising questions about what has now been. Demonstrated to have been fraudulent practices that he sided with her over you, and that has to be painful, and I just I don't even know how how do you even understand that? Yeah. It was extremely painful. But at the time, you know, I was under so much legal pressure that I basically felt like I was fighting for my own survival in some ways. So I very quickly stopped caring. He had a really close relationship with Elizabeth. And I think he really idolized her heat treated her like a daughter. I don't think he could even conceive that she would lie to him in one of the things that's interesting and important about this story in one of the reasons I wanted to do the film is that this is really about the psychology of fraud. I mean, if you think about it. There was the board. And they were convinced even though they didn't really get independent verification of how the machine worked. But there were investors like Rupert Murdoch put in a hundred and twenty five million dollars into the company. None of the investors ever saw. An audited financial statement. They just took it on faith. We're trained to believe that the economy is a kind of a very careful set of equations balancing risk and reward. We're in fact, a lot of it is just a wing and a prayer, and it's people convincing other people to follow them. And we do there is a very loud echo chamber. Yeah. Alex. This is kind of your specialty. I mean, he's made documentaries about a number of other fraud cases. I'm Enron the smartest guys in the room. There are two thousand thirteen documentary about Lance Armstrong and his doping. Now, there's another big scandal. In the news about cheating, this whole college admissions bribery scandal. But yes, I think I've gotten a lot ten calls about that already. Do you have like a theory of everything about this? I do I do in a way. I mean, I it's a combination of a number of things I've stumbled into over the course of doing some these stories I've become a kind of reluctant connoisseur of fraud most people who commit fraud. Like, this aren't like Bernie Madoff where they're consciously running a scam. They have some vision that they want to accomplish. And in service of that mission. They feel they're entitled to cheat. You know, it's easy to look at Elizabeth were this college scam at the end and say, oh my God. These parents were like pasting photos of the. Faces of their children on top of water polo, athletes and sending them into schools. It just defies belief. But it never happens all at once. It's a step by step process where slowly, but surely, you begin to be corrupted and your corrupted because you think it's in the service of a good cause which is doing something good and important for your child, and what's more important than that? So I'm not excusing it. I'm just trying to describe how that slippery slope happens. So so fr Alexander, I want to leave you without asking did you ever talk to Elizabeth homes. And did she did? I assume you try to did you never did. I tried to try to my producer sat down with her for five hours early in the process. But one of the things we got out of it was that Elizabeth and this was in two thousand seventeen before her company completely dissolved. But it was certainly on the way down. Source self is a victim. And that is the most interesting thing of all that's filmmaker. Alex Gibney his documentary. The inventor out for blood in Silicon Valley airs Monday night on HBO Tyler Schultz is one of the subjects in the documentary. He was a whistle blower, and he's still in biotech and has founded his own company, and he was kind of to join us as well. Alex Gibney Tyler Schultz. Thank you both so much for talking with us. Thank you. Finally today, we tap into the west coast music scene to check out.

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