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"david harris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The defense on the murder charge. I don't know how they can defend their use of force here when Nichols was on the ground subdued, saying, okay, okay, I'm on the ground. I mean, how can you possibly justify that as a defense attorney? In most respects, you can't. What we've seen in other trials like this, all the way back to the Rodney King trial, which you may remember the first time those officers were charged, they were acquitted, then they had to go to federal court and they were convicted. The ways that these cases are sometimes defended, even with video, is that the defense kind of pulls a video apart frame by frame almost and almost brings it down to the level of individual molecules and tries to explain away what happened with the idea that the officers in this particular situation had reason to be fearful for their own safety. It is hard for me to see how that's a point that can carry the day given what we see in these awful awful videos. But that's what it will look like. That's how they will try to justify that use of force. David, this police officers were wearing body cams and knew they were being filmed, and yet they still went ahead and did this. So have the body cams and the bystander videos changed anything? It has changed things. I think those are part of the reason those cameras that we frankly have the charges other than the film, I don't think that would happen because it simply on cannibal if that film is out there and we know it's going to come to light at some point is untenable to just go about business as usual when you know the public that's going to see that. And we've seen that in some important cases. I mean, think of that case with the man in South Carolina who was shot in the back as he was running away. The police officer had signed off on that saying, yeah, yeah, he did this. He did that. So I had to shoot him. That guy was going back on duty the next day, and then came the bystander cell phone video. And he's in prison for murder now. So is this changed a lot? What people need to understand is that it doesn't change everything. I think there was an expectation those cameras were sold to us as this will change everything in policing. And that's just not true. They only see what's in front of the lens. There are perspective biases that are involved. And if it's not turned on, like we know in this case, we don't know what happened before those cameras came on. It's still going to leave blank spots in the record, but it takes certain aspects of a confrontation in many cases away from being disputed, you know? You can argue about interpretation later, but you can not argue that this guy wasn't beaten and beaten badly and beaten unnecessarily. So cameras are not silver bullets that changed everything, but they have made a difference. In the high profile cases, involving police killings. It's usually white officers and black victims. Does the involvement of black officers here change the conversation from race to systemic problems in policing? I think that some degree it does, but it really shouldn't surprise anybody that this could be 5 black officers. And a department with a black chief who came in as a reformer. What you're looking at here is these 5 officers who fit into an agency, a system that allows this kind of behavior or encourages it. You layer that on top of all that we know about how the broader culture of society and the culture of police devalue and fear black people, particularly black men. There's a lot of measurement of this over many, many, many years and hundreds of studies. It is the culture and the operations of that police department that allows this kind of conduct to happen. And these law officers, they're a part of that structure too, whether they're white or black. Thanks, David. That's professor David Harris of the university of Pittsburgh, law school, coming up, the soccer bribery trial. This is Bloomberg. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest edition of the tape podcast, a conversation with Jeffrey Cleveland who paid in in regal. It's hard to find something that I don't like in this jobs report. It's hard to, I guess, it's tough to forecast a recession when everybody's got a job, isn't it? Absolutely. I mean, at the end of the day, when we look at things, if people are employed, they're working more hours, average hourly earnings is still growing at a pretty decent clip, plus over 4% year on year. That's your spending power. And the consumer, the economy of 70, 75% consumer. So ultimately, you can't be too bearish in that situation. The time where we would get much more bearish would be if aggregate incomes are dropping. And that's what you saw before 2008. And we're not seeing that here in this data. What does it mean to the fed? What does this mean to Jerome Powell, who like dove down on Wednesday? Well, it kind of explains a lot. He strode out to the podium, right? And he was getting pushback, right for some of the reporters. And he was like, okay, you have your forecast. I have mine. All right, we'll see. And he was sort of, he didn't push back heavily in the market took that as selfishness. But, you know, now that you see this data report, it's like, oh, okay, yeah, he has his forecast. And they said ongoing increases. So a couple of more rate hikes. Get you up over 5%. I think with this data, that's a slam dunk. And I have heard that there is a margin of error of around 250,000. In the 2010s, we would say, you know, the number could come out anywhere between plus 100,000 and plus 300,000 and it would be within the realm of possibility that would be accurate. So there are pretty decent error bars on this. They revised these things annually, they mark them to tax rolls. So I think this is as
"david harris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Defense on the murder charge. I don't know how they can defend their use of force here when Nichols was on the ground subdued, saying, okay, okay, I'm on the ground. I mean, how can you possibly justify that as a defense attorney? In most respects, you can't. What we've seen in other trials like this, all the way back to the Rodney King trial, which you may remember the first time I was officers were charged, they were acquitted, and they had to go to federal court and they were convicted. The ways that these cases are sometimes defended, even with video, is that the defense kind of pulls a video apart frame by frame almost and almost brings it down to the level of individual molecules and tries to explain away what happened with the idea that the officers in this particular situation had reason to be fearful for their own safety. It is hard for me to see how that's a point that can carry the day given what we see in these awful awful videos. But that's what it will look like. That's how they will try to justify that use of force. David, this police officers were wearing body cams and knew they were being filmed, and yet they still went ahead and did this. So have the body cams and the bystander videos changed anything? It has changed things. I think those are part of the reason those cameras that we frankly have the charges other than the film, I don't think that would happen because it's simply untenable if that film is out there and we know it's going to come to light at some point is untenable to just go about business as usual when you know the public that's going to see that. And we've seen that in some important cases and we think of that case with the man in South Carolina who was shot in the back as he was running away. The police officer had signed off on that saying, yeah, yeah, he did this. He did that. So I had to shoot him. That guy was going back on duty the next day, and then came the bystander cell phone video. And he's in prison for murder now. So in this change a lot, what people need to understand is that it doesn't change everything. I think there was an expectation of cameras were sold to us as this will change everything in policing. And that's just not true. They only see what's in front of the lens, and there are perspective biases that are involved. And if it's not turned on, like we know in this case, we don't know what happened before those cameras came on. It's still going to leave blank spots in the record, but it takes certain aspects of a confrontation in many cases away from being disputed, you know? You can argue about interpretation later, but you can not argue that this guy wasn't beaten and beaten badly and beaten unnecessarily. So cameras are not the silver bullet that has changed everything, but they have made a difference. In the high profile cases, involving police killings, it's usually white officers and black victims. Does the involvement of black officers here change the conversation from race to systemic problems in policing? I think that some degree it does, but it really shouldn't surprise anybody that this could be 5 black officers. And a department with a black chief who came in as a reformer. What you're looking at here is the 5 officers who sit into an agency, a system that allows this kind of behavior or encourages that. You layer that on top of all that we know about how the broader culture of the society and the culture of police devalue and fear black people, particularly black men. There's a lot of measurement of this over many, many, many years and hundreds of studies. It is the culture and the operations of that police department that allows this kind of conduct to happen. And these law officers, they're a part of that structure too, whether they're white or black. Thanks, David. That's professor David Harris of the university of Pittsburgh law school, coming up, the soccer bribery trial. This is Bloomberg. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest edition of the tape podcast, the conversation with Jeffrey Cleveland have paid in in regal. It's hard to find something that I don't like in this jobs report. It's hard to, I guess, it's tough to forecast a recession when everybody's got a job, isn't it? Absolutely. I mean, at the end of the day, when we look at things, if people are employed, they're working more hours, average earnings is still growing at a pretty decent clip, plus over 4% year on year. That's your spending power. And the consumer, the economy of 70, 75% consumer. So ultimately, you can't be too bearish in that situation. The time where we would get much more bearish would be if aggregate incomes are dropping. That's what you saw before 2008. And we're not seeing that here in this data. What does it mean to the fed? What does this mean to Jerome Powell, who dove out on Wednesday? Well, it kind of explains a lot. He strode out to the podium, right? And he was getting pushback for some of the reporters. And he was like, okay, you have your forecast. I have mine. All right, I will see. And he was sort of, he didn't push back heavily in the market took that as selfishness. But, you know, now that you see this data report, it's like, oh, okay, yeah, he has his forecast. And they said ongoing increases. So a couple of more rate hikes gets you up over 5%. I think with this data, that's a slam dunk. And I have heard that there is a margin of error of around 250,000. In the 2010s, we would say, you know, the number could come out anywhere between plus 100,000 and plus 300,000 and it would be within the realm of possibility. That would be accurate. So there are pretty decent error bars on this. They revise these things annually, they mark them to tax rolls. So I think this is as far as the economic
"david harris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The defense on the murder charge. I don't know how they can defend their use of force here when Nichols was on the ground subdued, saying, okay, okay, I'm on the ground. I mean, how can you possibly justify that as a defense attorney? In most respects, you can't. What we've seen in other trials like this all the way back to the Rodney King trial, which you may remember the first time I was officers were charged, they were acquitted, then they had to go to federal court and they were convicted. The ways that these cases are sometimes defended, even with video, is that the defense kind of pulls a video apart frame by frame almost and almost brings it down to the level of individual molecules and tries to explain away what happened with the idea that the officers in this particular situation had reason to be fearful for their own safety. It is hard for me to see how that's a point that can carry today given what we see in these awful, awful videos. But that's what it will look like. That's how they will try to justify that use of force. David, these police officers were wearing body cams and knew they were being filmed, and yet they still went ahead and did this. So have the body cams and the bystander videos changed anything? It has changed things. I think those are part of the reason those cameras that we frankly have the charges other than the film, I don't think that would happen because it simply untenable if that film is out there and we know it's going to come to light at some point is untenable to just go about business as usual when you know the public to kind of see that. And we've seen that in some important cases. I mean, think of that case with the man in South Carolina who was shot in the back as he was running away. The police officer had signed off on that saying, yeah, yeah, he did this. He did that. So I had to shoot him. That guy was going back on duty the next day, and then came the bystander cell phone video. And he's in prison for murder now. So you just changed a lot. What people need to understand is that it doesn't change everything. I think there was an expectation of cameras were sold to us as this will change everything in policing. And that's just not true. They only see what's in front of the lens. There are perspective biases that are involved. And if it's not turned on, like we know in this case, we don't know what happened before those cameras came on. It's still going to leave blank spots in the record, but it takes certain aspects of a confrontation in many cases away from being disputed, you know? You can argue about interpretation later, but you can not argue that this guy wasn't beaten and beaten badly and beaten unnecessarily. So cameras are not the silver bullet that has changed everything, but they have made a difference. In the high profile cases, involving police killings. It's usually white officers and black victims. Does the involvement of black officers here change the conversation from race to systemic problems in policing? I think to some degree it does, but it really shouldn't surprise anybody that this could be 5 black officers and a department with a black chief who came in as a reformer. What you're looking at here is these 5 officers who sit into an agency, a system that allows this kind of behavior or encourages that. You layer that on top of all that we know about how the broader culture of society and the culture of police devalue and fear black people, particularly black men. There's a lot of measurement of this over many, many, many years and hundreds of studies. It is the culture and the operations of that police department that allows this kind of conduct to happen. And these officers, they're part of that structure too, whether they're white or black. Thanks, David. That's professor David Harris of the university of Pittsburgh, law school, coming up, the soccer bribery trial. This is Bloomberg. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast team. On the latest balance of our podcast, I talk with Heather Boucher of the council of economic advisers for The White House view on January's jobs numbers. The unemployment rate coming in at 3.4% lower than it's been since 1969. That certainly is an indication of good news for American families, all across the country, people who are out there looking for work or finding jobs and that means economic security. And so there's a lot to like in today's report, but the other thing that I saw in the report was that although wages grew last month, the pace continues to be coming down. So we're not seeing indications that the tight labor market is driving inflation. So when you combine this with other recent data that we've seen on a solid growth number coming out of the end of 2022 for GDP with annual inflation coming down for the past 6 months, then it looks like that maybe we can find this Goldilocks economy that everybody's been hoping we could find. So you're an economist, doctor Boucher, and the economists were sort of off on this one. I think it's fair to say, often a good way. We're not arguing with the numbers. But what do you say to the president of the United States when he says, how did this happen? How did we manage to add this many more jobs with this level of unemployment? And as you suggest, without raising the wages a lot, where is the economic model taking us here? Well, I think there's a few things. I mean, one, the president himself, when he came into office, focused on getting this economy back on track, you know, fixing addressing the pandemic issues, getting the vaccines out, getting people back to work. And I think that you see the results of that strong recovery in the labor market as we pulled out of the pandemic. Get more of this and other conversations on the latest balance of power podcast. Listen on the Bloomberg business app, Bloomberg dot com and anywhere else you get your podcasts.
"david harris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg law with June brusso from Bloomberg radio. I've been talking to professor David Harris of the university of Pittsburgh law school about Tyree Nichols death after being beaten by Memphis police in a traffic stop. How do you think the police department handle this here? Because within two weeks, the officers had been fired within three weeks, all had been charged with second degree murder, and then, you know, the police chief condemned their actions, and then they released the video. What do you think of the police department's response after the incident? After the incident, especially knowing that there was video and what it would show because they knew it before the public saw it. They reacted in a way that was appropriate and relatively swift. I've been working in this area for long enough that I can remember very easily. You know, the police department and the district attorney would kind of put the clamps on there, put out no information, work just doing investigation. You got to give it time and months and months later, there'd be some kind of an announcement on a Friday afternoon. They know that the public won't stand for that anymore. So that represents an important change, not just in Memphis, but in a lot of places, we know that they do not do that like they used to, though, it goes on. So sometimes. The problem is not in their reaction to it. The problem is what led up to it. The reaction all comes later. And that's good. They're off duty, they're criminally charged. It looks like an appropriate reaction. But we've got to do what we need to do a hand of time. So these things don't happen at all or they become just incredibly rare. And right now it just keeps happening because we're not doing the things we need to do in order to stop it. We're putting up a specialized crime suppression unit, and we're telling them, go out there, do the thing, and we'll back you up. And we'll applaud you, and then we're surprised when things go terribly wrong like this. I wrote a whole book about an incident like this in Pittsburgh ten years ago. So this isn't new, it isn't just Memphis, we have to stop reaching for answers like that that lead to this place. We have to get away from the culture of fear and the culture of war as a way to do domestic policing. This isn't really a failure of training in that sense. They're doing exactly what they were trained to do. They're trained to go to war in their own communities and that's what has to stop. We have to have a policing domestically that is about deescalation, communication, all when we can do it. You can't do that in every situation. But right now it's about ask tell make. Force, I'm in charge, you're not. We scream at you. You do what we want. And we'll do two you what we want. That's what has to change. David, these police officers were wearing body cams and knew they were being filmed, and yet they still went ahead and did this. So have the body cams and the bystander videos changed anything? It has changed things. I think those are part of the reason those cameras that we frankly have the charges and that we have the officers dismissed. Other than the film, I don't think that would happen because it's simply uncountable if that film is out there and we know it's going to come to light at some point is untenable to just go about business as usual when you know the public that's going to see that. And we've seen that in some important cases. I mean, think of that case with the man in South Carolina who was shot in the back as he was running away. This is a couple of years ago. The police officer had signed off on that saying, yeah, yeah, he did this. He did that. So I had to shoot him. That guy was going back on duty the next day, and then came the bystander cell phone video. And he's in prison for murder now. So is this changed a lot? What people need to understand is that it doesn't change everything. I think there was an expectation of cameras were sold to us as this will change everything in policing. And that's just not true. They only see what's in front of the lens. There are perspective biases that are involved. And if it's not turned on, like we know in this case, we don't know what happened before those cameras came on. It's still going to leave blank spots in the record. But what you see here is very, very important. It takes certain aspects of a confrontation in many cases away from being disputed, you know? You can argue about interpretation later, but you can not argue that this guy wasn't beaten and beaten badly and beaten unnecessarily. And that is really fundamental and important. So cameras are not the silver bullet that has changed everything, but they have made a difference. I know that there is a lot of talk. And in fact, some cities have actually passed ordinances that police officers shouldn't be involved in traffic stops. Well, that stopped this just to have the police officers not involved in any kind of traffic enforcement. Well, most of that action and you're quite right, there's a move toward that. It's still pretty early to see how much traction that had. But I do see in a number of cities, including in my own city, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, across the state. That some cities and police departments are limiting police power to make certain kinds of stops. And then there are a handful of jurisdictions that are creating separate non police forces to do traffic enforcement. Will it stop this? Well, that ladder kind is not armed police. You certainly couldn't have a situation like that. But what all these efforts are designed to do. The challenge they are designed to meet is number one to minimize the chance that will have some kind of catastrophe like that some kind of routine traffic stop will turn into a disaster of this type. And number two, and this is actually more common. I mean, this is a terrible, terrible, tragedy
"david harris" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Received a bullying letter on the medical director, doctor David Harris, of the Oregon manic award. And he was basically threatening me saying I better get in line and practice medicine. According to our Marxist governor Kate Brown, otherwise I would face sanctions by the board. So that started the whole thing. And you're throwing in a term Marxist. That wasn't something that was used. Right. Right. What actually happened is I knew it was gone for a week following that gone for my clinic. So when I returned to my clinic, I was very, very busy, of course, and I received a surprise visit from one of the medical board investigators and this investigator was actually there to set me up. He asked for 5 minutes of my time, and after an hour of explaining to him my success in treatment as well as no problems, but then activity, you know, because I and my staff were never not masking, we never did mask. So, you know, they thought that that was a very horrible thing, of course. But the mask is absolutely not a viral barrier in any way. It does not do any good whatsoever. So anyway, to the end of that, he just told me, you know, that he asked me if I'm moving that it was going to change anything in my medical practice and I was kind of going find it by him even asking the question because there was nothing to change that would benefit any sort of thing in the way of good medical care. So yeah, go ahead. Well, so they took my license the following day as well as another medical doctor, doctor Paul Thomas, who is an excellent pediatrician and his license was suspended on the same day, but his was the publishing of books on vaccines and also for performing a study. A medical study that had been submitted to a peer reviewed journal and we both had taken down. So I quickly saw it after some legal support and actually was supported by a Christian organization that represented me pro Bono and I filed a federal lawsuit against the medical board and after that time then they retaliated against me and opened up fine further investigations on me, all of them being completely bogus. And then when I deported for Arizona to be with family for about 7 weeks, the day after we left, I thought it was just coincidence, but I received in the mail in another proposed order to not just have my license suspended, but to fully revoke my license and to finally put $10,000. And they gave me three weeks to respond. So my mail was on hold for that 7 weeks. So I never received it. They did send a copy of it certified mail, which would have been returned to them in two weeks if I did not sign it. So when that was returned, they knew I hadn't received it. And they did have my phone number, my personal cell phone number, and my email, but they made no attempt to contact me. So as it stands right now, I appeal that and I have submitted my opening brief for the appeal in the Oregon Court of Appeals and the Oregon America board has to submit a response by June 10th. So that's where I stand on all of that. Now, were you a, do you feel that this may have been a politically charged tactic against you or was there a little bit more history in regards to how you treated your staff at your practice? Maybe refusing to wear a mask. Or were you a target of being you're at the stop the steel rally? I don't know if you not knowing what political political side of the aisle you stand on. But again, politically charged or was this, go ahead. Sure. Absolutely. It was 100% politically charged. That was their entire motive. When they issued and this wasn't an emergency suspension of my medical license. So when that emergency order went out, he stated that I was an immediate danger to the public and to my patients. Of course, they had zero evidence of any harm whatsoever. I had treated and effectively treated every single one of my COVID patients. They easily and quickly recovered with my protocol. So in the emergency order, they stated as the only cause was being the fact that I and my staff were not wearing a mask. And I was one of the very few doctors in Oregon who kept my medical practice open throughout the pandemic to do what doctors do, which is treat sick patients. And they stated that the reason they suspended me was just because of not wearing a mask. They didn't mention anything about my treating patients, but they did say in that emergency suspension order that there is no treatment available for the novel SARS CoV-2 strain. So it was kind of interesting that they put that in. And I knew that that was the real agenda. The thing he had known, the Oregon mcavoy had known for a period of about four months that I and my staff were not masking because there was a complaint filed against me apparently on that pertaining to probably me getting her on Twitter and reacting and responding to all the nonsense I was hearing about COVID when this was all breaking loops. So the board knew for four months that I was not masking and that it was my staff and yet four months later, the day after I speak publicly and announced that I treated COVID and did not mask only then did they take action. So it shows that there are so called emergency order was completely bogus and completely politically motivated. Now doctor, what was the protocol that you used with your patients to treat this virus? Well, sure, no, remember that at that time, Ivermectin was not really heard of as an antiviral treating medication. And hydroxychloroquine was just coming online at about that time and Stella Emanuel talking about that. I did not use that. I used a protocol that I had used for severe viral syndromes that completely resembled the COVID syndrome when these people were really sick. I had my protocol was to put them on a high dose steroid for a pulse dose, meaning you give them a high dose for I gave it for 5 or 7 days depending on how sick they were and then give them a topical inhaled corticosteroid that was also high dose. I would give them azithromycin or doxycycline if there was any risk whatsoever of the secondary bacterial pneumonia or if they were just high risk because of comorbidities. So that was my primary arrangement and believe it or not for the flu like symptoms like muscle aches, headache, weakness, fatigue, anti GI symptoms, generic pedialyte or extremely well to treat that. And if you can remember that, you'll never have to see a doctor for flu or for stomach flu type symptoms. Electrolytes. Right, three years down the hatch the winter fleet. And you know, I contacted my patients after I started treatment. The very next day of getting two days, and they were all drastically improved saying, yeah, I'm already 75% better I'm feeling great. I'm on the men. Thank you. So let me get your yeah, let me get your personal reaction here when we're looking at what maybe January, February of 2020, this is when the virus began, making its way globally. The first case, I think it was in Washington, as a matter of fact, northwest. January, I think it was January 2020. I'm not sure what the date was, but when you first caught wind of this outbreak, what was your, what was your, what was your initial reaction and your initial thought? What went through your mind? Well, yeah, actually, the first cases that I saw that mimicked all of the symptoms of COVID the classic COVID single was actually in late October early November and then late December and early January. That's when two waves of it hit, and then march 11th, of course, the pandemic was declared. So it didn't catch me off guard. I wasn't surprised like that, okay, here we go another cold and flu season. And we're starting out with a 3D bad bug, which sometimes happens. But otherwise, no reaction whatsoever. I had no difficulty treating it. All the patients were faring very well. What did catch my attention, however, was the fact that some of my patients went to urgent care, I went to the emergency department. On the weekend, with these full blown symptoms and they were told to go home and ice lay quarantine for two weeks and I can turn blue go to the hospital. And that absolutely made no sense to me whatsoever. So I knew something was up and then of course as this was developing, I realized what was going on and it was sinister. It had nothing to do with medicine whatsoever, but there was something something dark going on, something that just wasn't right. And are you suggesting doctor that this is possibly a bioweapon? No, I would not say possibly I would say definitely. You got to remember that when, you know, it's been proven that the Wuhan lab was doing gain of function research. And gain of function in microbiology has one and only one purpose and that is by a warfare. You could take this they did as they took coronavirus a strain that did not infect humans and made it so that it did affect humans, but also spliced in certain genetic segments to make it more infectious to make it also more lethal. We know now that the spike protein is what does the damage and that was manufactured segment and that along with some sequences from the HIV virus also served to reduce the immune system depressing the CD8 and CD4 cell count, which are the cytotoxic T killer cells as part of the cellular immunity in the body. And if you can suppress that, of course, people are not only going to be sicker, but they will, their recovery will be less likely to occur or at least rapidly. So they would be more vulnerable to severe illness and its effects from the cytokine storm, which is the body's immune response to react against this virus. Now, doctor, I assume you are unvaccinated, if you will, this is not a vaccine by definition from what I've been told. Take a moment if you will, and for listeners, what would be your approach if someone has caved in and received this injection or one of these injections by these various pharmaceutical companies, what do they do to take care of themselves if they have gotten to the point where they said, well, you know, I shouldn't have gotten that injection. I should have, I should have realized that there was there was something going on here with the big pharma with big economy with big money. And things were being manipulated. People's rights were being taken away. So if you take, if you take people that are now kind of moving themselves into that narrative of questioning this virus and epidemic or pandemic say they've gotten the injection, what do they do? Well, it's a very good question. And, you know, thousands and thousands of people have vaccine remorse. They are realizing now. And, you know, as the evidence is increasing daily as we're seeing more guests and more injuries in almost a linear fashion, we know that despite protein causes the damage and it does that through generating a lot of inflammation. And when you have inflammation in the body and it is not treated rapidly, then that inflammation can produce scarring or fibrosis, and when that happens, you have organ damage that is done. Now, a lot of people that took this job actually did not feel anything. A lot of them say, hey, I don't find it. I didn't have any problems, although a lot of people did. So the question is, first of all, which batch of the so called vaccines that they take because there was a variation in the batch is for sure. Some of them were definitely more lethal than others. And some were even likely placebo. They did not receive anything. And so it's hard to evaluate this and it just complicates the issue. But I have come across a lot of patience and other people in my travels who have suffered long-term fatigue and other symptoms, neurologic symptoms. We're all hearing about them, you know, resulting from clots, myocarditis, and so forth. So the question is, what can we do if possible to reverse the effects of the spike protein? I think, you know, we like to give a positive answer. We'd like to say we're on to something, but the truth is, it's a damage has been done, it's almost like if you got a really bad pneumonia and that scarred your lungs, there's really not a whole lot you can do to reverse the scarring that has already taken place. So the next best bet, of course, is to do everything possible to strengthen your immune system because any natural immunity is so far better than, hey, thing you can get in an injection, even in a classic vaccine. So natural immunity can produce the best protection by far, but if you've taken a vaccine and you're having side effects from it, you need to do everything you can to boost your immune system and I will just say do that from natural causes natural means like exercise, eating a healthy foods, a good abundance supply of fruits and vegetables that have vitamins and minerals and that gets them sunshine every day and believe it or not, try to live happily. Be happy because happiness actually does strengthen the immune system. It's the people that are depressed, for example, who go into a surgery and have complications and die at a young, you know, because the immune system is being affected by the mood. Beyond that though, I mean, you know, there are so called remedies out there that have been pushed by several different doctors, but the truth is they probably don't do a whole lot. They might help to alleviate the symptoms that if there's been damage done, then that damage I'm afraid is there the question is how much of it is there. So the other precaution I really strongly emphasize with people is whatever you do, don't take another booster at any other government induced vaccine from a so called vaccine program. The government can not be trusted and unfortunately the brotherhood of medicine is corrupt and almost all doctors now are hired hands working for a big CEOs who are more funded by big pharma and every bit of it is corrupt through and through. And those of us who are independent doctors, we are the ones that are being persecuted because we are the ones that are able to tell the truth and not suffer precautions are not suffer the harm of losing their jobs, losing privileges. So, you know, depending on who you're working for, it can make a big difference of what information you're going to hear. Now, should there be concern for those that have, I call it doctor. I call it an inoculation. For those who have been inoculated or injected, should there be concerned about a DNA modification program that have been inserted in these in these vaccine so called vaccines? Right, well, that's the big question because initially being recalled, you know, they stated point blank that a messenger RNA sequence will not be and will not be introduced into the DNA and that takes place by what's called a reverse transcriptase. So it is possible to happen. There have been, I believe, a couple of studies that have showed that it appears to have happened. But I'm not yet fully convinced of that taking place. The talk about transhumanism, for example, can that be done? Well, they can do a lot of nasty stuff to us. We have this new technology right now that has actually revolutionized by a warfare and I think that that has replaced the conventional warfare to a large extent because you can easily control the population through fear and number of fire a gun in any way. You know, no weapons are being directly fired. So, you know, I think that it's just important to realize that I would not trust any new injection because we just don't know. We don't have all the answers. Certainly we do have your first transcriptase activity. So yes, it is potentially possible to have a messenger RNA vaccine reverse transcribed into the DNA. Yes, that's possible. One of the consequences long-term and short term, we really don't know. Doctor I want to talk a little bit about your view as someone who has served the U.S. Military, what's happening, I want to get your view of what's happening in this very polarized climate and your country, in our country, what's happening in your view, but for listeners to identify geographically, this is a medical doctor here speaking about being having his license suspended for the protocol, the medication protocol that was against the pharmaceuticals, of course. And also not wearing a mask. It just kind of repeating. But doctor, please, if you will, how long, how long have you lived in the state of Oregon? And then I want you to please answer what you see happening in your country right now. Well, I moved to Oregon and 2020, which is at the time that I actually completed residency. I actually had worked through two years of my residency program in addition to residency training so I was very busy. I got a lot of training. So I've been in Oregon, like I said, with a clean record for the entire time that I've been here until they suspended my license. As far as what's going on in our country, excuse me, I can I will say this, when heightened my awareness right from the get go, was the fact that in all my travels abroad and other countries and I had been to a number of socialist countries, I saw the same three ingredients that were used in all attempts to overthrow free republic and the first one was fear. The second was confusion and then the third one was violence or the threat of violence and I saw all three of those taking place, of course we had the fear factor with the virus and so much confusion about what it did and what it didn't do. We had the fraud Doctor Fauci saying that, of course, Masco worthless because that's what all of the best medical studies have shown beyond any doubt. And then right after the pandemic was declared, he changed his tune practically overnight. So you know that was politically motivated. And so that created a lot of confusion of people. Like, well, what do we believe? Who do we believe? I mean, my own patients would come into me and I could see the big question mark on their forehead. There were being told by the government and by the so called elites that this is so in fact, I'm telling you, no, that is not true. I don't know why they are saying it, but it is simply not true. And my poor patients wanted to believe me because I had taken care of him for years, but they got it. And I said, well, time will tell, but I gave them an informed consent. I said, this is the risk of the national. And let me tell you, I treated a lot of pathology caused by the mask. Well, physical and a lot of psychological harm caused by masking and the shutdowns were the same way because a lot of damage and of course we're seeing the harms from the jabs that are taking place right now and the story is far from over. So to go ahead well, it's like to answer your question, I mean, what's the status of our country is under a coup? We are we are experiencing a coup in progress right now. All of the things taking place, including, do you clean more is part of the strategy to promote the World Economic Forum strategy they want to one world order. They want to initiate the great reset. And they will do everything they can to see that through. And of course, one of their biggest obstacles that they must overcome is to destroy America. And that's why America is under attack. That is exactly right. Our constitution is now being attacked every which way and nullified by every so called Democrat. And there's no such thing as even a Democrat or a Republican Party anymore. But we have our globalists versus nationalists. So if you're waving your country's flag, you're a nationalist. You want freedom and of course everybody in the world with a normal brain wants freedom unless you're one of the dictators who wants to take it away from everybody else. And of course, you're bringing up bringing up a very good point here in that the United States has a constitution. It is being, it is being thrashed and shredded. As rapidly as possible, but what Americans do have, of course, as you would know, somebody who served your country in that manner is they have a right to bear arms. So as this coup takes place in your words, this is a coup d'etat. This is a, and doctor, I refer to this quote unquote administration. I refer to them as a regime, because I happen to align with your thoughts as I do see this as a you've used the word Marxist. I'm going to use the word communist. Of course, there's socialists. I do see it as an invasion as well. Of course it's been been in the United States for decades, but it is coming to a head at this point. What do you advise listeners do? What can be done in your view? Sure. And believe me, things can be done. Another one immediate threat is confronting us in this year 2022. This is the year that will actually decide the faint of America. And that's because we have an election. Now, I'll say this. If you want to do something to everything you can to organize parties to fight, voter fraud because if we can not have an election with guaranteed integrity so that we the people are voting our leaders and we have already lost our freedom. We, in fact, right now, we have a seated president who was not elected and that is a first in American history for the first time, we actually are not a free republic. We did not vote in this Bozo that is now in there. What he is is nothing more than a puppet. And I suspect he is being directed by Obama and all of the rest. I mean, Obama himself said he was wrong to serve at their turn, putting a bug in someone's ear and telling him what to do. Now we know that our president were so called president is definitely fairly advanced now in an Alzheimer's condition and his dementia were only at worst. But the guy is also evil. And that makes him exceedingly dangerous in that position because you never know what he will say and do. You see how many times he's had to be corrected after his botched words that he says. So if we can not win at the election box, if we can not take back our country and take the House and Senate this year, what other option do we have? Well, in my opinion, I can't think of any other option on the band a second Revolutionary War. The problem with that is that nobody, nobody wants to talk about it, except you Ian, I'm really pleased to hear you actually bring that up because it is a fact. The only reason that we still are not fully blown is socialist, the Marxist is that we the citizens, the private citizens are still armed. I think take the weapons from us, then the party is over. But I refuse, and I know a lot of people reviews and in fact, I never resigned my commission in the air force. I'm still an air force officer and I'm telling you, if there is a call to arms with a militia, I will be the first to be there. There is no doubt about it. There is too much at stake for our country. Unfortunately, there's a lot of people who will sit and rather allow themselves to be ruled because they have no idea of the atrocities that will happen in our country if this globalist government takes hold. We have to fight it. Doctors, we wind down. I'd like you to of course leave some final thoughts and final words for listeners. But before we get to that point, I want you to identify in your view and your research, what you believe is the deep state. You've identified a globalist government and you've also identified the world economic form, the great reset. What is this deep state? Is there any particular, is there any group particular that might be controlling this? As difficult as it may seem for people to fathom that, how do you define the deep state, doctor? Yes. I went to find very simply the deep state includes every Democrat and every brain and the rhinos among the Republicans that is the Republicans name only are many. They are the majority. And so I would say anybody that calls themselves a Democrat or anybody who, by example, proves themselves to be a rhino, they are the deep state and of course they are ruling the federal government so the entire federal government of the United States is deep state. I mean, you look at any of the three letter government agencies. They are all utterly corrupt and that includes the FBI, the CIA, and I could go on and on and on, they are all criminal in what they are doing. So beyond that, you know, then you go to the world actors, but the deep state in America is definitely the Democrat party and every rhino out there. While very well said, very well said, doctor Steven, please take a moment and leave listeners with some final thoughts. Okay, I would say this. You know, right now you have a smaller monkey business coming out with a monkey pops. And in fact, I just submitted an article to publish today with America about and the point is, is that they are now trying to implement a second scare tactic, a second pandemic, if you will, except that monkeypox simply can not become pandemic. It's just not infectious enough unless they were to somehow bend that up as well to gain a function. But that there's no evidence for that right now. So I think what they're going to do is really try to push the vaccine. Remember that they purchased 13 million smallpox vaccines to treat monkey posh and that was based on one case in the United States in the state of Massachusetts. So you know that they have a hidden agenda that I would say whatever you do don't let them take you down that road again with any other vaccine that they want to introduce. That is a means of controlling the population and if they do gain a function with that smallpox vaccine, they can do a whole lot more damage and continue the genocide that is taking place now. Doctor Steven tulip I get that right? Yes. Great. All right, thank you for the work that you did and I look forward to staying in touch with you, sir. Again, thank you for joining the program. My pleasure, and thanks for having me. That is doctor Stephen. And folks, you can find his to find his work at. Unity without compromise. Unity without compromise, committed to fighting the ongoing assault against medicine, our constitution, Christianity, and the American people. Furthermore, furthermore, he makes, he makes a very clear statement here. We know he's an MDs, medical doctor, retired U.S. Air Force officer, aviator, mentioned he was an ordained minister as well. Your constitutional rights folks are being obliterated. And if you, if you know somebody, if what I'm talking about, what the doctors talking about with you to you, resonates, pass the message forward, folks. Send this podcast to a friend immediately. Now, send it to your governor, send it to your mayor. Send it to your senator. Senator Joe Biden, Senate to anybody and everybody, you can think of that might appreciate it. Or should at least listen to it. Do that right now. Because folks, as. My wheel has turned over the course of the past, 5 and a half years now, since I began looking into the Zika virus while I was living in Miami Beach, I have, well, again, I've compiled all the evidence of research that I've done over the course of that time period, and it's accumulated here in this book. 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"david harris" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"And I think I'm missing somebody there, but those are really the three big ones in terms of the speed in the middle of the field on defense. Yeah, tremaine Edmonds is the other made Edmonds is the one I'm missing. I know I was missing one. Thank you. Yeah. But you're going to occupy at least one of those guys. If you can occupy another one of those guys with a back or a tight end, which is why it would have been great, you know, to be able to say John who's somebody who's going to draw coverage. We don't know exactly how much he's going to draw in this game, but they should have opportunities. Now, Mac Jones and the receivers have to capitalize on those opportunities, but they should have opportunities in that intermediate range. And that's where they, if they can start hitting those, the bills are in trouble. If max coming out and boom, 8 yard slant, boom, ten yard in 8 yard, you know, 8 yard cross or and he's, you know, in between the numbers in that range right around the sticks, that's when you know things are clicking and that's when the bills are in trouble. The games where they've been able to make those throws and make those plays, they've had success moving the ball. When that's taken off the table, and teams have entirely taken those plays off the table, especially with Nelson Aguilar not on the field, that's when the offense kind of just is forced to sit on its hands, run the ball and wait for the defense to make a play. Yeah, it's funny because in this game against Miami, Mac Jones only had two attempts at that intermediate level because that was exactly where the dolphins were trying to take away as well. But when they eventually did, and I mentioned that post crosser to hunter Henry, they ran that exact same play on the next drive. Post cross and what they actually got the second time was the check down and Damon Harris. David Harris gave him 13 yards on the check down because the linebackers were screaming downfield to try to get underneath the crossing route because they had just hit it on the drive before. And then all of a sudden that starts to open up the underneath, it starts to open up the intermediate. So it's not necessarily a volume thing, right? It's not like they have to go out there and throw the ball deep 20 times to get the defense to respect it. It's just if you can hit four or 5 of them down in a field or even two or three of them down the field if you're talking about earlier in the game, that eventually is going to pay dividends in the long run where you can start to get into your bread and butters, which are those intermediate throws..
"david harris" Discussed on Light Hearted
"So I think that we take license here and we pour it into the bowl and then into the ground. So that's what we did. But that's what we're invoking the presence of the ancestors. And it's so funny. Newspapers are published things that are not always correct. So in one newspaper, what was published was when I had spoken, we had to revoke the presence of the ancestors and I thought well now we both, but invoke. Yeah, somebody may be wondering what on earth and did she really say that? No, she didn't. Are they right? They didn't know the meaning of the word, maybe. Well, that's beautiful. It's a beautiful tradition. I love that. And as I believe you mentioned earlier, you had descendants of David Harris there as part of the event. Did they actually I think involved in the unveiling, is that right? Yes, they were. In fact, we had three great grandchildren. David Harris present. And I think one maybe maybe have some mobility impairments. So she did not actually tug the cover to remove two of them did. They and one of her cousins whose name is series Brooks Gillis, I believe they were the two that actually removed the cover from the marker. And then we had, I would say about a dozen David Harris descendants present. So then double great grandchildren and triple great grandchildren. And so and then other relatives..
"david harris" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Up to Rod Taylor another day. Another comeback by Kansas City, Tyree Kill 75 Yard touchdown. Travis Kelsey got his second touchdown of the day. The Chiefs of the Comeback Kids my home sensational three passing touchdown stock up to Kansas City. Boom Matthew Stafford, only six incompletions 20 of 26 for the Rams. They take it to the Chicago Bears. Stop bears! Matthew Stafford. Three passing touch on stock up! To the Rams. New QB Oregon goes to the horseshit. Without cavon Thibodeau. They still find a way to get the job done. They've run through the Buckeyes defense. Big win. Forget now the fourth team in the country and the people after taking down number three. Ohio State stock up Oregon Now this game was close. But did you see the Miami cat? Did you see this in the stands? Oh, yeah. Eight fan said to life was hanging from the upper deck. Mm hmm. And then the fans had an American flag to save the cat. As the cat fell. They caught it in the flag, and the cat started scratching the people that saved them because the cat was scared. But that was wild stock up to the U. Fans. Good to see Manny Diaz is doing something right? Saving cats in Miami stock up to the Miami fans now, Damien Harris against The professional team. That belongs to Miami. The Miami Dolphins. Damien Harris could have been a very, very good day for the Patriots and Mac Jones first game. Mac Jones. That is part David Harris played well, most of the game, but he fumbled when.
An Interview With Clara Harris, the Woman Who Killed Her Husband
"Clara harris was born in columbia south america. In her twenties she moved to houston texas where she built her own. American dream clara became a successful dentist even won a beauty contest but says her greatest achievement was marrying the love of her life. David harris a charming attractive orthodontist clara and david launched a booming dental practice together. They had beautiful twin boys a gorgeous mansion and what seemed like a loving 10-year-marriage but in an instant clara's fairytale life was shattered. David confessed. He was having an affair with his office. Receptions eight days later. David was dead. Accent and clara was charged with first degree murder. Guilty of myrtle is george jury found her guilty and clara was sentenced to twenty years in prison so for the first time. Clara harris is telling her side of the story. She says it's what the prosecutors and the media did not want you to hear you get to be the judge clara harris vicious murderer or a deceived wife who snapped for the past two years. She's been locked up in maximum security at the mountain view correctional center and gatesville texas. That is where. I went to see her for this one on one interview. Tell me about the day. What was going on in your life when your husband told you that he was having an affair with the funny thing is that he didn't want to tell me they office ladies his office ladies had confronted him they have seen these going on for three months in they had enough. They said we cannot keep working with him. And he's doing this. You know big didn't say the lady that he was. That lady was jailed. Bridges a thirty nine year old divorcee and mother of three gail had recently been hired to work as a receptionist in one of david and clara's into offices
"david harris" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"Our children and on the rest of us. We got to stand up abuse right. Dave excellent closing statement my friend. Why thank you for doing the show. dr god. We are going to link to that case right down below the website. Thank you guys. i'm gonna. I'm gonna finish up with the little monologue of my own but you guys are now free to enjoy your weekend. So thanks for joining me. Thanks brother yeah my pleasure my pleasure. Thank you guys. I wanted to finish up this week. Well first off. I should tell you. Because i know a whole bunch of you have been asking me on social media. I did have part one of a root canal yesterday in emergency root canal. I was in a lot of pain during the show yesterday but somehow managed to pull it off but my face was like ready to explode so something they drilled in. They did something like a two or three part procedure. But i'm going to be okay. The pressure has been relieved. I will survive. And i ate a big stake last night so i was even able to choose so there you go on that my main takeaway the week putting aside all of these stories is really what happened at long island's nassau coliseum a couple of days ago that we covered with nikki raviv the singer songwriter singing the national anthem and basically putting the microphone down and letting those thousands of people in nassau coliseum. Sing the national anthem. How absolutely moving. It was when i said on the show that i got chills up my spine watching it. I was not kidding. I was being sarcastic or my guys in the studio here said the exact same thing. My assistant texted me right after saying she got chills up reminded that i did go into the youtube comments and i looked and tons of you said the exact same thing that is literally guys our bodies sending us a message about what is true and what is good and what is right. And what is just that. That's the spirit. We need to take this thing back as you know if you watch your show earlier in the week i grew up. Fifteen twenty minutes barely from nassau coliseum. I went to many islanders games. They're games they're over the year i went to wwe. I think i was at a wrestlemainia event. There saw hogan there once jake. The snake roberts is a bunch of other guys like. I went there a long time. My sister went to college right by there. Like i know these people that were there. These are good. Americans nobody literally. Nobody in. That stadium was singing the national anthem. Because it had anything to do with racism. And i think that if gonna take this stuff back it's not just you know we gotta do it locally and in our family as we as we always talk about here and i think really is the first key to the answer. The other key to the answer is like be proud like actually be proud and fight for this country while we still have a chance to fight. And i hope at every sporting event if people you know if the athletes the millionaire athletes who get to play a sport for a living which any of us in our right mind would love to play a game that we love and get paid millions of dollars to do if they want to neil because of this unjust nation. Well then they can. Neil and the and the owners can decide whether they want those players on their teams and and that's the beauty of freedom and free markets. But i think for all of us that love this country man when you go to a public event and they sing the national anthem. Sing the freaking national anthem. Fly a flag. Whatever it is that you can do in your life because this amazing precious thing. It shouldn't this. This is the point. It shouldn't 'cause tingles up your spine to hear the national anthem sung. Because for generations we would hear the national anthem sung and it didn't seem maybe it didn't seem that important. That's not quite the quite way to say it. It's always important but now the freedom that's behind that song and those words feels tenuous right. It feels like we're giving it away and then it's just or slipping away or it's being taken away so be like those people. I love you long island. I'm telling you. I was so proud proud to be from long island and like i was looking at the people in the crafts. Like i know those people. Those are my people. Those are good people. And those are your people. If you're proud of america too so don't be like the new york times op ed writers and don't be like msnbc hosts and don't be like these. These charlatans who are pushing critical race theory and equity and marxism and the destruction of america on all of us. Be better and at eight that hard. Because they're pretty terrible on that note. Guys have a great weekend. Everybody i've i've got a few more interviews today. We're we're pre-tape a little bit. Because i am going to be in miami next week For about five days. I'm interviewing mayor. Francis suarez who is the phenomenal mayor of miami. Who's just transforming that city into a tech hub and i have a bunch of meetings about Locals we got a lot cook in there. I'm really excited about. I think we'll do a locals. Meet up so if you want to actually meet me and have a drink. In florida ruben. Report dot logos dot com. All right have a great week. Everybody fly that flag that freak flag the american flag eggs but not that crazy gay rainbow flag. It's just awful. They added the brown and the paint. And it's just they ruined the rainbow. They actually ruin the rainbow american flag much better than that other. All right we can everybody. Thanks for tuning in everybody. Be sure to subscribe and rate this podcast. And don't forget you can watch my direct messages alive on blaze. Tv and youtube every weekday at eleven am pacific two pm eastern. And of course if you want to connect with me personally and get early access to my sit down interviews. Join ruben report. 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"david harris" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"What should take place to silencing voices talking about any alternative to benefit the people and we've lived through an absolute catastrophe. I mean it's so many people are gone. people have died People have lost family members. Couldn't visit their family members members in hospitals or an old folks homes. It's absolute travesty. Probably will go down and one of the worst things that are happening this country and it was avoidable. I really hope. Americans are getting pissed off. I think i have to jump in because we outlined it. You probably don't know but hot off the press yesterday. America's frontline doctors filed a very severe serious lawsuit in the eleventh district in alabama and we outlined the entire thing outline the collusion. That's gone on the censorship that's gone on the lack of access to early treatment. Name names about people conflict of interest. You can find that on page ninety four ninety six in the complaint. It's there we've laid out the whole case that the american people to see and you can find our website. America's dot org. You can find it on our website. Okay we'll we'll add that in the description below so people can find it but let me let me ask you want everything before it gets to which is in terms of faucher you know. I've been pretty critical of him. I i wasn't for a long time. Because i was just trying to listen like everybody else. And i'm not the expert but after this email leak where we literally hear him saying to a friend of his asked him about masks in effect. Don't work that you buy at the store while at the same time basically that week he's telling people maybe double mask like do what level of credit or or trust should we have in him. At this point you have outlined mr flex that makes a weekly basis versus political animal. I like you did not sign queens. Beginning i've watched. He's don't talk. And it's really really harm america's he's really culpable for my desk outlined very clearly in the loss of him and others stu i know you could do a good star wars reference. I mean he literally said a day or two ago that an attack on him is attack on science. Which is very pal. I am kind of Beyond doing your show doing glenn's radio show a couple of hours a day. You guys do four hours a day because at four three on radio and then one on tv right so four hours a day. And you've got to cover this stuff and also be worried about not getting booted off everything. How tried to navigate what you're allowed to talk about here. Well you know. I think it's funny. Because if you look at i think it's one of the strangest things of the past year and it's been a really frigging weird year but the idea that a medicine could become a partisan issue is such a strange concept. Like you're talking about medicine. You are indeed a stand for research and development not republicans and democrats. So it's one of those things where like we. We know you should. You should be able to do these things if you want to do them. You know it's like freedom is always the answer i you know. I'm i'm probably more pro the vaccines that a lot of people in the audience. I think they've performed pretty well. So far. and i'm glad operation warp speed existed and. I'm glad we're seeing the end of this. I hope on the other side of that. There's a lot of people who disagree with me. They shouldn't be forced to take them like they shouldn't be pulled off the market for me to take them. It's so it's so interesting that on our side of the aisle. These conversations are easy because the answer is always freedom. You choose what you choose. I choose what i choose. It makes america great. We live with the consequences and we go on. It's hard to navigate. I think when you get into this idea of big tech because you never know where they're gonna crack down you don't know what they're gonna what what thing you say he's gonna get. You kicked off. You know the dave rubin channel is going to be gone. All you can do is be honest and talk about what you believe and you know and try to understand that there is some uncertainty on some of these things But at the end of the day you're not going to be able to please mark burnett could be able to please jack. They're going to do what they do. We better make our own Places to go as well so we can get this information out. Which is what we try to do with blaze tv. Stu sounds like grandma. I got it. Okay stocks brother doctor. You just talk about the the vaccine in general for the for the people that are maybe on the fence right now. What information would you want them to know about the vaccine or vaccines. I should say. Are you asking me. Dave is so. I agree completely that this is a free choice. One of the things. We're seeing going wrong. There's not voluntary informed consent in infants and overrun elite does not do may have gotten it. Overwhelmingly people are knocking when people don't understand that this is a mental and it's fairly moving away from being voluntary. When we see governors of various states offered free free college free local municipalities. Pay the conceptual out their parent's consent or knowledge. That we're talking about trenton. Theory involuntary territory. That's arthur the fact that he needs to be informed he told his experimental and to be true. Shelter zero-risk staff from nineteen. You can't even changing experimental medication. Religious feeding american children like this never terrible. Yeah harris. I'm going to give you the last word here. Going going off that i mean freedom are we gonna keep it or are we just throwing it away. Bring us home with that scary american flag behind it. Yeah yeah me the racists. We need to keep freedom as the main choice. We need to keep it as we need. A champion is what we need to do. I was in new york city last week walking through central park with a t shirt that i had the sign that i was hoping liberals would love. Though dave i saw a little higher body my choice. That is what it should all be about. Its artisan people are being forced to get the jab. People are being threatened with their livelihoods. If they don't get the jab it the race bits in this narrative which would be like that shirt you can get it at david harris dot store but people should not be forced especially when all these vaccine companies have complete an have complete There's no potential for repercussions they. They can't be sued if anything goes wrong and we're not being told what what the damages are from. Bears that information's not out there. So we need a champion freedom. We need where where whatever we're going to wear proudly to show americans what we believe. We take action. We need to get involved at the local level and we need to make sure that we take this country back from the progressives leftist that are trying to push socialism and communism literally on.
"david harris" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"The real power that we've got is parents waking up getting involved. Take an action dow. Well said i do want to note. Also by the way in case mara gaye the new york times op. Ed ladies watching this show. That i'm pretty sure the flag behind harris. He's not meant to be a white. Supremacist flag i know. She saw some flags flags on the long island expressway. It freaked her out. You know we've talked about this a couple times on your show. But i sort of believe that it's kind of everyone verse. The woke right now that the conservative ten in my opinion has become very wide libertarians traditional conservatives more religious conservatives. I'm even seeing some atheists conservatives. Now that something really robust is happening on the right are are you seeing that i totally agree with you and i think because it's so incredibly shocking right you know. David made a great point that started back in the late eighties early. Nineties rose to sort of an academic prevalence But it was not something we were talking about. It wasn't something we were thinking about. It wasn't something we were pushing back on. And then all of the sudden it seemed this. Just crazy attitude became the mainstream. The only acceptable way to go. I mean he brom x. candy in his book literally advocates for discrimination as the only solution for our past since he says we should discriminate and that is so far and away. I think we all thought at least my whole life. I did that. The vision of martin luther king that basic sort of idea that we should be treated by the color not against the with the color of her skin but the content of our character. That merit was the most important thing that goes back to our founding. George washington had give awards for merit. This is something. This country has been based on forever. So the idea that we would just suddenly jemison reverse and now. We are required to think about race as often as richard spencer or david duke and make that central in our decision. Making process is so stunning. I think to americans of all stripes. There's people i think even on the left a good chunk of the left that are saying. I don't agree with conservatives on tax policy but this goes way beyond that. Yeah it seems to be far more about revenge than anything else in. It's actually kind of funny. You see those means every now and again where they'll take. What a white supremacist said. Twenty years ago and it's basically the exact same thing as what the woke left is pushing out all right doctor. Hopefully your audio is a little bit better. Can you talk about how. This is related to health equity. I mean we saw even in certain places like seattle. They were giving out vaccines. I two people of color operation warp speed the language they were saying that they wanted to do commercials that featured checks black equal. That's again as a doctor. I go with the science. The science showed people by sugar. Those are the people at high risk most nursing. There was a shooting back. It was startling to people. Other people of color scientific doing promotion. It was really shocking. Actually and i also very expensive when they keep talking about vaccine. Hesitancy as i'm not a real thing is. The government has done many many scientific. There's certainly any money others where black people were heartened back. Highly sick he's titus be and to by saying this is just quote put back for black people can't think for themselves very well. We've heard a lot of stuff like this. We've heard joe biden say back black. People apparently don't know how to get online game black if you don't vote for him Harris really bust. I'll be black. I've got an accountant. I've got a tax person. The internet business. I've been in business. I was twenty. I just yeah joe. Biden's definition black joe biden accountants and lawyers but put that aside. It's actually the right segue. What dr gold said there to sort of the censorship version of all of this. Because as you guys know. I mean you go on twitter. You don't know if you're seeing stuff. That's manipulator de boosted or downgraded. We know about the google algorithms and all that well twitter their official at policy account. They put out probably the most ironic tweet in the history of the world. Although every week there's a new level of irony that we can get to This is what they said regarding nigeria. Just a few days ago. We are deeply concerned by the blocking of twitter in nigeria access to the free and open internet is an essential human right in modern society. We will work to restore access for those in nigeria who rely on twitter to communicate and connect with the world. Hashtag keep it on now. The good people at twitter as you know have banned the former president of the united states they banned probably about one hundred thousand people. It's hard to get the exact number. After the january six events we know that conservatives are banned all the time for everything still. You're still on twitter are you. Just not edgy enough. What's going on barely currently not very not First of all we should point out that twitter is not a human rights punishment scores. And all of our souls personal. It's the equivalent of being struck by lightning It is i mean look. Twitter is obviously a way that we all Communicate at least in the in the hyper political sort of rowan You know the instinct. Here of course is right. People should be able to say what they want to say. What of course as you point out is the real issue. Here is the just unmitigated. Undefended indefensible hypocrisy of these types of statements. If twitter is has done the opposite of what they're claiming to do and they constantly pushed down this road where they want to have it both ways where they want to say look. We're free speech platform and this is what we're doing. We're changing the world. We're making a difference at the same time. They're shutting down anything That is out of line with with the basic fact checker point of the day. And as we've seen this week many these get reversed what happens. Those people who lost their account six months ago a year ago for something that we now know is true and the i guess the the craziest part about this twitter does it have to put itself in the situation. You know they could easily when when You know I told us says something bad on twitter. I don't blame twitter for that the ayatollah for that right and so if donald trump says something they think is bad well then take it up with donald trump. He was the president of the united states. We should know what he's thinking. If he saying. These terrible things right. We want to control the experience. I think david yeah. And they're completely making a counter argument because if it's a human right while i think that orangemen is human amongst the orange thing is not so humid goal. Go ahead so if people now me as a doctor also a lawyer so i really liked this segment. There's two parts one is. I can't go into court of law and argue for twitter. The twitter saying this is a human rights. So that's fantastic lawyer. I love it and then the doctor part of me is really looking forward to the day when doctors can post government information sessions dares screenshots for which might colleagues happen deep platform right. They they'll post a picture of the vaccine adverse event reporting system screenshot of the deaths and for that they're taking down so as a lawyer. A doctor. I was delighted to read this great. Let's go a little further with that lawyer. Part because basically if their argument is that they are in effect then they could be in a lot of hot water by their own words at this point when somebody who gets kicked off says. Hey you're supposed to be an open.
"david harris" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"All right people. We are live on the youtube. I'm david and we've got another friday panel extravaganza for you joining me. Today are the author of why. I couldn't stay silent. David harris junior founder. Of america's frontline doctors dr simone gold and host of stew does america on blaze. Tv supervisory. Welcome to the room report. Everybody thanks dave. Thank you dave be here. I am glad to have you guys. I've wanted to have you all on we'll sue. You're on once before. But i've wanted to have simone and david on long overdue recap of the week and unfortunately because this is america in twenty twenty one. It's a lot of a lot of race stuff. And then of course kobe stuff. Let's start though. There was a clip that went viral earlier in the week. Former president barack obama was being interviewed and basically made light of critical race theory. Which were livestreaming this right now. Is the number one trend on twitter. But he's not having much of it. Let's take a look. I also think that there are certain right wing media for example that monetize and capitalize on stoking the fear and resentment love a white population. That is witnessing a changing america and seeing a demographic changes and and do everything they can to give people a sense that their way of life is threatened and that people are trying to take advantage of them. And we're seeing it right now right where you would think with all public policy debates. That are taking place right now that you know. The republican party would be a significant debate about. How are we going to deal with the economy. What are we going to do about climate change. And what are we gonna do about lo and behold the single most important issue to them fairly right now. It's critical race theory. Who knew that. That was the threat to our republic. So it's quite an extraordinary clip. Actually because he's making light of really the set of ideas that is just running rampant through the country right now and destroying all of our institutions harris. I have according to my paperwork here. You are black. Is that correct. Well i'm definitely a member of the black community but actually like obama. We have white mother's. My mother is of irish descent. So while i've never been accused of being a white person obviously on the part of the black community. The one thing that stands out to me with obama is the fact that hey he's trying to downplay the attack that's going towards our children. Critical race theory at its very core is absolutely racist. It's it's teaching and wants to teach our kids to look at other kids around them and people adults and judge them based on the color of their skin. It's evil it's aboard. An absolutely is a threat to the foundation of this country because arch are killing our kids. Our children are the next generation. They are the bedrock of this country. So let me get to downplay. That's disgusting so you're telling me that we shouldn't be judging based on the color of skin and we shouldn't think we shouldn't think that things like being on time and working hard. Those are white things you meet. You're saying that you mean everyone can do those things. It's quite extraordinary. Stu you've been a conservative for awhile. He's attacking you republicans. Your is not on the ball. You should be worried about climate. Change this one. Even more specifically he's attacking us if we he was made. Those comments in the context of the police acted stupidly. One of his first controversies as president and he was talking quite clearly about all of our friends here. mister glenn beck. Who after. That comment was famously on fox and friends called the president a racist. And what there's things. I love about glen and one of them is He will just kinda come out with it even when he's not one hundred percent locked in on exactly what he means. You'll he knows he's got a he's got a great instinct that something's going on and it sometimes takes him a while to work through it one of the reasons he's been successful. He's in the radio hall of fame is because he works through that with the audience often and what he was feeling out at. That moment was critical race theory. It was this exact thing but he was criticized for saying. Oh it seems like obama has a problem with the white culture. Go back to obama's book. That's the exact words. He uses the white culture and now the white culture whiteness is evil whiteness. terrible it's so commonplace in our everyday discussions. It doesn't even stand out. I mean he really was on the mark on something there and he you know has gone through a long struggle with that comment but i think in general sense. It's been vindicated pretty strongly. I mean what is critical risk theory except racism right and the irony of course is that there are really no white people. I mean i suppose tiny sliver of sort of irrelevant people but may know mainstream. White are running around saying is better. It's the critical race theory. People that s interesting saying white is better because it means time and you work hard and you know. The two plus two week was four affect you. Don't judge people the color of their skin. Doctor i know this isn't fully your your area of expertise but critical race theory these ideas. They're leaking into everything i mean. We're seeing them leak into the medical field into the scientific disciplines cetera. What have you seen on that. I think it's right up our alley choice. When the english miracles leaner education scientists. He knows he cancelled. Go for america all in all washington. Yeah you know. Dr gold your audio hopping in and out a little bit. So i'm not sure if everybody was able to hear that. So we'll we'll run a little while i while i throw it back back to david david. Do you think we have the right tools. Let's say this new sort of right alliance has the right tools to fight critical race theory. Effectively i mean it seems like we've just seen everything crumble under the weight of these well it is crumbling under the way to this and it's just getting started. It's not gonna go anywhere anytime soon. And the power that we have is at the local level. The thing that is very alarming and should be alarming to every single viewer. Watcher is that there are individuals in the school. Boards that are approving this this doctrine that is literally teaching racism in order for us to literally take back the power. We've got not only informed. Are the parents in every school district. Run this country. Need to be informed as to who is making the decisions on who is on what curriculums are going to let into their schools. And then they've got to make changes. There's already a lead up to this next. Crt with first originated in eighty nine. It's been growing for a couple of decades in. Its reach the point where now. It's kind of introduction introducing into mainstream curriculum of our schools and being widely accepted being approved. It sounds like obama by dismissing it. The parents of these kids need to get in their school board meetings. Find out what's going on. Replace the individuals. That are okay with this kind of doctrine. That's.
"david harris" Discussed on KTOK
"NPR and Adele Channing In the L word part of a new project. A podcast called Don And it's about the life and times of Don Simpson, the filmmaker. You never were in any of his films so maligned. What drew you to this project in the first place? Highly good morning. Yeah, I was never in any of his films. I was quite small and when he was producing his big eighties classics like Flashdance and Beverly Popgun But of course I knew of his movies. And, you know, they just find that decade and find Ah lot of my childhood memories come from the music and the clothes that were all coming from his brain. He really epitomized what the eighties were all about through those movies. So when the producers came to me, they pitched it as Every night. Make wolf of Wall Street right, and I immediately got it. I got the world I thought And and then you know if you look David Harris Klein, the writer in the Deep does That's an incredible job of researching it and presenting it in this really unique way, and I was attracted to that because we don't do it is just a straight documentary podcast. If there's a mix of narration and fictional reenactment, it's sort of like a drunk you drama like you see on the TV series like the Crown or American Crime stories, the For sake series, for example. We're re creating it. And we're creating this world and as an actor, I was really attracted to that. Um, that is a chance to kind of create this world for the listener. And really explore his talent, but also his demons. You know, because ultimately his demons his addictions killed him. They did. I know his films because I've seen every one of them. They were kind of their kind of liking and I That was my era. That's when I was, you know, high school and college And so I remember the first one I saw was Flashdance. First of all, not withstanding falling an absolute love with Jennifer Beale. Um how the way he shot them. They were almost extended music videos. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah. And you know, nobody was doing this at the time. It was now You know, the big blockbuster, we get it. We know what we expected. But this would he Woz, the first Do this and do the big, high concept. Movie and to do these real star vehicles. I mean, he made so many stars in top gun and, you know, I'm crews that Eddie Murphy Yes, Speaking of Flashdance, I You know you mentioned my work on the L word earlier and I then you know as a When I was on the L word I worked with Jennifer Beals. Talk about talk about, you know, going. I mean, at my job was on the floor E. I want so much last dance when I was younger. Well, imagine so. And I was gonna ask you if, if his if his name ever No, his. His name didn't because this is you know, this was years ago before the dawn, And there's before podcasts or even a thing right to test our new thing, And I'm so is my first time working in the face and it's It's been such an amazing experience, but no, it never came up. But of course his he didn't help. But flash dance, of course, came up because I was a huge fan, and he's just really intense. We're talking about Don Simpson, the movie creator who is featured in the podcast, the Don Malaya, Rivera drew hosts it. She's an actress on her own, and he did. Malaya seemed to have a grip on what the American public wanted for entertainment in that era. I would contend unlike today because lovely wife and I just finished four movies in a row. That were highly acclaimed by the Golden Globes and the Academy Award, and I found the movies to be kind of Dorje like they didn't have a good middle. They didn't have a good beginning. They didn't have a good end. But his movies all had that. Yeah, Yeah, he you know, there's a lot of, um, kind of focused put on His life and his boy Bols and also the flash of his movies, write the music and the clothes and because that stuff that we kind of immediately remember but point his storytelling, you know he worked with Um, the really incredible writers and he was exacting. Um, so it's not just that their big, flashy movies these movies, you know them were hit for a reason, because they do have You know, incredible structure and storytelling. And then he brought in all the creative elements on top of that, But it starts with the story, which she was, You know, he had a real nose for He did the don Don Simpson, the movie creator. You know him from his movies like American Gigolo of Flashdance, Top Gun and his Rise and Fall in Hollywood. All chronicled with Malaya Rivera drew in the podcast the don, which is available on the I Heart radio happen everywhere you get podcasts. Um, was the groovy eighties lifestyle, his undoing or was that later? Well. Um It was, you know both. I mean, I think he's on doing was Like what was underneath his groove. You like that? I mean he Yeah, right. Isn't that always the way it was? What's underneath he come and we get into it more in season two. Past his childhood. What he's kind of running from and what he is masking with all the partying and all the pills. Ondo. So obviously he was working and living in a world you know, Hollywood and sort of the lifestyles of the rich and famous that kind of supported that behavior, But I think wherever he was, I mean, it could come from that kind of trauma. You know it. It wasn't gonna end well, and it really he poured a lot of that into his filmmaking, And that's why there was such an urgency and such a passion for film. Um, I think it saved his life and then ultimately came with a lot of Trappings that ultimately killed him. They say about Don, you know, One of my favorite quotes is that he lived for the movies on dull timidly. He died for them. She played Adele Channing on the L Word and Katey Alvaro on er she's hosting the podcast the don about Don Simpson, the movie creator Malaya. Rivera drew, you're used to acting, um Unless you've done Ah lot of voice work. Was this a different project for you? Yeah, It was a different project for me. Um, but I think you know it's all about Very telling. And so I loved getting to tell this story in a long form way, and what I liked about it is that we didn't do like a straight documentary. We mixed it up. So we did narration and the fictional Rien document reenactment. So it was really creating a world like you do on a TV series or a film. That all felt super familiar to me, but, um, but, yeah, it was my first time in the podcast base. I really liked it. I really loved Hosting. I also play one of the characters, which felt more, you know, comfortable and familiar for me. The vocal talent on the podcast is through the roof. I mean, we've got some great actors on there. But it's you know, it's something that's happening more and more. There's the podcast space is super exciting, and there's all these big actors that are moving over into it because I think it's just another way to reach people on to tell these stories. And the pandemic didn't hurt either. Oh, my God. This is a great thing to do during the pandemic. You know, we said the likes to the actors and we, you know, big segment and it was It was a really Great way to tell a story and to keep working when everything was shut down. For sure. The podcast is the don. It is about Don Simpson, the filmmaker. It's hosted by Malaya. Rivera drew In season one where you get into some of some of his enter workings. Is there one incident or anecdote of about him that sticks out in your brain? Yeah, There's a bunch. I mean, So this win this one really kind of held you who don Woz and the persona that kind of party Playboy persona that he created. Um, to mask a lot of his inner pain. So the story that I love is his 25 greedy in, Don arrived, Um, on the school football field..
Talking Israel With Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz
"In two thousand five congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz introduced a house resolution urging then president george w bush to proclaim a month that would recognize the more than three hundred and fifty years of jewish contributions to american culture. The resolution passed unanimously. As did a similar one in the senate and the month of may was selected as jewish american heritage month. Debbie wasserman schultz joins us now to discuss some of those contributions congresswoman. It's good to be with you again. Welcome back to people the pod. Thank you. I feel like it would be awkward to start our without acknowledging what is unfolding in israel as we speak and the debate about israel that's unfolding in congress. You gave a very moving speech on the house floor last week. In which you said. Israel has taken serious steps to deescalate the conflict while hamas has only escalated. Its attacks so it's especially irresponsible to demonize israel's conduct while ignoring her right to self-defense. Why is there such disagreement. And what do you believe. Some of your colleagues do not understand about israel. I honestly think this is an example of the necessity of educating our colleagues about the importance and his history of the unc. Israel relationship the importance of bringing members of congress to israel so that they learn more not just about the orange jewish state but about the beacon of democracy that israel is the similarities between our two countries and israel's identical priorities in terms of standing up for injustice and the basis of their laws being such that equal treatment under the law is a priority whereas when you're dealing with hamas you can't look at how mom it's anything other than a terrorist bernama legitimate political organization. Yes they have had people elected where they try to pretend to be both legitimate political party terrorist organization. You can't be and so education is really the key thing
"david harris" Discussed on KOMO
"For a school zone. Just seconds from Lynwood. The Lake Forest Park driver after driver triggered the speed cameras as they drove through active school zones. I get scared because sometimes when we want to cross them See us, But they still human go. That goes for both of the death. Kota sisters, students at Lynwood Intermediate School cars assume I get scared most of driver not concerning about the speed limit. Why is debatable? But ever since in person, one return to the classroom, and Linwood Police have seen an uptick in school zone speeding tickets. I'm not talking close calls. You know, I'm not talking vehicles traveling 25 20. You know, we're getting cars up there in the 35 to 40 to 50 Mile an hour range and what boggles linguine traffic division Sergeant David Harris his mind. Drivers only lose six seconds, reducing their speed from 30 MPH down to 20 in a school zone so again for six seconds going through a school zone. We're not asking people to reduce their speed for a quarter mile. It's that 500 ft. Where kids are likely to be. He thinks there's a covert factor. But now that we've been with covert for such a long time, it seems like forever that our kids were here. Again we forget. And Lake Forest Park with the school zones are operating longer than usual to accommodate hybrid scheduling. A speeding spiked to 6500 speeding tickets issued from to school zones just for March. That's up from the pre covert started the school year and that's not like we've ever had it before. Usually it's high when school starts, but it's never been even close this eye and that's pretty concerning because people aren't paying attention to the signs. They've all stepped up. Their safety messaging schools on distances are typically 500 ft. And if a car's driving at 30 Miles an hour and we ask you to slow down to 20 miles an hour, it's going to take you six seconds difference to cover that. 500 FT. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration commissioned a data review of accidents that estimate 5% of pedestrians hit by a vehicle at 20 MPH would die from the impact. It increased the speed to 30, MPH and 40% would not survive. That is. What I'm trying to explain Is that when they get hit like that, it's horrific. Back in 2017, a Lake Forest Park four year old walking home after school with her older sister is hit by a car right here in the school zones, crosswalk. Girl had bumps and scrapes on her leg and hand. Four years later, her mom told me they're still too shaken to talk about it, but asked me to ask drivers to slow down. If you're in a school zone go slow is possible. Sometimes it's down a hill and it's hard to slow down. But think about how it would feel if you hit a child. Remember, it only.
"david harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Particular. Come look David Harris Song We swear that I will. The nation watched the first Latina Supreme Court justice swear in the first female vice president of the United States, who was black and South Asian. But the pandemic is also exposed. The vulnerability of women in the workplace data on how women did at the start of the new year is due Friday in the federal jobs report, But the January report showed that women clearly ended 2020 behind. Losing 156,000 jobs while men gained 16,000 the net loss, 140,000 jobs, all toe women, These are women who have lost their jobs, their no fault of their own and continue to be Desirous of employment. Elizabeth and Annette is an economics professor at Barnard College. She says women, particularly black and Latina, women, are concentrated in sectors that were most hard hit by the pandemic that check out Clerks, the waitresses, you know the counter staff at your fast food restaurants. The job losses did include white men and white women. But a lower percentage of white suffered losses compared to blacks. That's because whites have had greater access to higher education and unemployment is generally lower for college educated workers than for those without a degree. Higher education is always a protective factor, you know for unemployment. Tara Dowdell is among the thousands of college educated women who are maintaining an economic foothold, even thriving in the midst of the pandemic. Odell, who was African American and in her forties, is the president of her own marketing and public relations agency in Jersey City. Among her clients, the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority and the state of New Jersey. So the the event planning side of our business obviously took a massive hit right on site on site events. That side of the business was pretty much decimated. But then she quickly pivoted. We picked up new clients and the pandemic that was able to offset That hit We took on the event side. We also pivoted to doing webinars and live streaming events. To compensate for those losses, she was able to work from home a privilege. Many low wage workers do not have Dad, l says she's aware that a lot of other black women have been struggling. You have access to capital. Right? So you have a lot of black women who can't grow their businesses so they can't get loans despite being credit worthy. She says black women still face discrimination that keeps them from gaining a foothold in the economy. Dowdell wants to change that she recently hired to black women. One is a marketing associate and executive assistant. The other is actually a budding entrepreneur herself. No. She's working with me part time and trying to launch her own business and out Del plans to help her Karen Rouse help U. N Y C news for more on this story. Visit gothamist dot com..
"david harris" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Fireworks lit up the sky behind the Washington Monument marking the end of Inauguration Day for President Joe Biden. While the Corona virus pandemic and security concerns a vastly scaled back events organizer has created a celebratory atmosphere with live and recorded celebrity performances that ended with Katy Perry Biden taking the oath of office at noon on Wednesday, becoming the 46th, president of the United States. Takes charge and a deeply divided nation. He inherits a confluence of crises arguably greater than any faced by his predecessors. We've learned again that democracy is precious because of you democracy has prevailed. That's why Jill and I common. Doug wanted to make sure our inauguration was not about us. What about you? The American people? This a great nation were good people and overcome the challenges in front of us requires the most elusive of all things that a democracy Unity requires us to come together in common love that defines us as Americans opportunity, liberty, dignity and respect and unite against common foes, hate violence, disease and hopelessness. America story depends not on any one of us. Not on some of us, but on all of us on we, the people. That's the task before us. History made at aside as Kamala Harris became the first woman to become vice president. Also the first black person and first person of South Asian descent elected to the vice presidency. Please raise your right hand. Repeat after me. Hi, Kamala. Daisy Harris. Do solemnly swear I come look, David Harris, Miss solemnly swear that.
"david harris" Discussed on WSB-AM
"About Let the finger pointing began weeks after President Trump lost Georgia, double The ESPYs Bill Kaya Geo reports live. Republicans may lose both Senate seats. Yeah, you had some Republicans blame President Trump if they lose the Georgia run offs. It'll fall squarely on the shoulders of President Trump and his actions since November, 3rd gave Sterling George's voting systems implementation manager tell C And and the president has been dividing Republicans since losing a general election. He's expecting to be bombarded with more accusations of voter fraud but tells Channel two action is this was a well run election. This was the most secure election Georgia's ever seen. Sterling, who is a Republican, admits the numbers don't look good for the incumbent Senators. Counties have until one o'clock today to report all absentee ballots Reporting live Bill Cayenne, Geo 95.5 WSB. It's deja vu for WSB political analyst Bill Crane during our live election night coverage, he says. Democrats again pull ahead late based on where the votes are, the trends would go democratic. What surprises him is the margin in the PSC contest for whatever reason. Is pulling ahead of both Republicans and putting a more substantial beat down. His opponent had no budget and no real visible campaign. The commissioner Bob McDonald, leads Democrat Daniel Blackman, my boil and 70,000 votes on the eve of today's vote in Congress. A federal judge in Atlanta rejects the latest attempt by the president to de certify Georgia's election results. US. District Judge Mark Cohen calls the case beyond unprecedented and out of his hands at times. He also describes the lawsuit's claims is absurd, It recycles previously debunked allegations of fur. And what may be her final act. As Senator Kelly Leffler today challenges the electoral college votes cast for Joe Biden and Georgia. Other Republicans joined her and reporter Ed O'Keefe says President Trump is pressuring the vice president in his role as president of the Senate president, reportedly telling the president he can't do what the president was suggesting earlier today in a tweet. Which is that he could basically toss out results and declare winner himself. Aides to the vice president say he will uphold the Constitution and the law. Protesters on the right pour into D. C. Thousands of the president's supporters are standing through rain and sleet to protest November's election results. That's right it since Trying to steal these elections. Speakers like conservative pundit David Harris have rallied the crowd for hours. Reporter Luke Luke ERT says the president will address one of these rallies today, the D. C mayor's asked the National Guard to help keep order. Nobody has produced time 605. So that's happening on the streets. And then, of course, you've got the electoral college vote, the likely protest and objections after 1 p.m. this afternoon of the interesting day. Check back for updates and we'll break it all down and Atlanta's he'd be news of Eric Erickson at 4 P.m.. It's time now to bring you up to speed on what's going on in this morning drive a WSB They're all district. Mellors has Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast Before today, a mix of clouds and sun. Hi 54 low 36. Tomorrow. Scattered showers. 60% likely afternoon 70% likely evening high 48 low 38 Friday a 40% chance of a morning shower. Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy, high 47 low 32. Recap in your forecast for today, around a nine and demolish made her a mix of clouds and sun in a high around 54. I'm media Robson's Kirk knowledge 95.5 WSB. We've got 34 degrees now midtown Atlanta closer to 29 outside..
Trump doubles down on his comments about Jewish Americans
"Time president trump is standing by his comments that Jewish people who vote for Democrats are disloyal Mr trump says the Democratic Party is hostile to Israel and that he's done a lot for the country and David Harris is the CEO of the non partisan American Jewish committee says Mr trump is bringing back old stereo types about American Jews having divided loyalties resident whether he knows it or not is evoking very toxic themes and re opening a very dark history where Jews were often accused of being disloyal to the country where they live and his charges of disloyalty of against Jews who vote Democrat has had a sensitive nerve for many people in Israel as that's language that's led to the persecution of Jewish people for centuries ABC store Donna Miller's in Jerusalem and she reports few in that country are rushing to defend Mr trump contrary to the president's re tweets few here in Israel are professing their love her crowning him king trump after accused Jews who vote democratic of being disloyal to Israel and the Jewish people at best there is silence at worst condemnation prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his government too often praised and defend trump are not saying a word but in the Israeli press summer accusing trump of being anti somatic ignorant and dangerous for peddling in Jewish tropes for partisan political
Trump doubles down on his comments about Jewish Americans
"President trump standing by his comments that Jews who vote for Democrats are disloyal Mr trump says the Democratic Party is hostile to Israel and that he's done a lot for Israel David Harris is the CEO of the non partisan American Jewish committee it says Mr trump is bringing back old stereotypes about American Jews having divided loyalties president whether he knows it or not is evoking very toxic themes and re opening a very dark history where Jews were often accused of being disloyal to the country where they live says Mr trump's comments invoke old stereo types again that American Jews have to find it
4 Baboons Briefly Wreak Havoc In Texas After Using Barrel To Escape Facility
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