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"david shaffer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Musical theater awards Join us Wednesday at 11 a.m. We've got 62° in Atlanta right now It's four O one Lie from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi sang Ukraine's industrial heartland is in the grip of what Kyiv and Moscow are both describing as a new phase in their war While Russian attacks intensify an eastern Ukraine and piers Dave Blanchard reports on deal making underway to at least reduce the bloodshed Ukraine and Russia have been at a standstill for several days when it comes to establishing humanitarian corridors for civilians out of combat zones But Ukrainian officials announced today the two countries have agreed to a new prisoner exchange Ukraine received 60 soldiers and 16 civilians in the deal no numbers were given on how many Russians were exchanged Ukrainian leaders also announced the abandoned the city of crimina to Russian forces President volodymyr zelensky says Russia has begun the battle for Donbass in eastern Ukraine Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov also says the offensive has started in the east The U.S. defense officials warn the most intense fighting has yet to start Dave Blanchard NPR news key Ukraine The U.S. has Russia is increasing capabilities for sustainment for larger battles to come Pentagon spokesman John Kirby speaks to the urgency to get more help to Ukraine We're doing the best we can to focus on a the kinds of capabilities we know they need and that they say they want and are using B secondary to that to try to get them systems that they don't need a lot of startup time for that they can put in the field almost immediately And short of that where we can't meet one or two to be able to provide some level of familiarization and or training as required Meanwhile Washington's also focused on China's military threat to allies in Asia its alarm by China's new security agreement with the Solomon Islands the State Department spokesman says the pack could enable China to deploy military forces to the Solomon Islands The White House says it's sending two U.S. officials to the South Pacific nation this week While some travelers are celebrating a federal judge's ruling ending the federal mask mandate for travel public health experts warn it could lead to an increase in more severe cases of COVID-19 and Pierre David schaper reports that those concerns are not limited to air travel Julia Raven of Boston University school of public health says well air filtration systems on planes are very good They may not prevent the spread of COVID between unmasked passengers sitting shoulder to shoulder for hours at a time And she's also concerned about what the end of the mask mandate will mean to mass transit riders I think this really puts people at high risk for people who have children under the age of two who are too young to be vaccinated too young to wear a mask and a high risk of severe COVID It really puts them in a challenging position For now transit agencies in Chicago Seattle New York and many other cities still require masks on buses and trains but masks are now optional on systems in Philadelphia and Washington D.C. among others David shaffer NPR news You're listening to NPR From WAB news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Martha Dalton It's four O four Lawyers for Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene will have to defend her reelection effort in front of a special judge on Friday That's after a federal court allowed a legal challenge over Greene's candidacy to move forward Sam green glass has more The group challenging Greene's candidacy says the constitution for bids members of Congress involved in an insurrection from holding office Greene has deployed violent rhetoric against political opponents and spread false claims about the 2020 election before the January 6th insurrection And this week judge Amy tomberg denied green's request for an injunction ruling that she's not persuaded by Greene's legal reasoning why she should be allowed to run But it's an administrative law judge who will actually consider the case's merits during a Friday hearing Then the Secretary of State will decide whether green can stay on the ballot That decision will inevitably be appealed to a higher court Sam green glass WAB news The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas in Georgia continues to dip Alex helmet reports Atlanta gas prices dropped another 6 cents a gallon from last week to $3 and 70 cents according to motoring group triple-A That's down 54 cents a gallon from this time last month When gas prices were spiking in part due to higher demand and diminished supply after sanctions on oil giant Russia for its invasion of Ukraine Georgia is well below the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded and that is likely due to the temporary suspension here of the state gas tax which cut prices by 29 cents a gallon that suspension though is set to.

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"david shaffer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:51 min | Last month

"david shaffer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"U.S. travelers are no longer required to wear masks in airports and on airplanes At least not according to the federal government a federal judge in Florida says the transportation mask mandate was unlawful The ruling also applies to buses trains and other modes of public transportation To be clear this does not mean you have a right to go unmasked but it does mean the decision on mass policy is up to individual businesses Joining me now to discuss this development is NPR's David shafer in Chicago hi David Hi Layla So David tell us about the ruling Why was the mandate overturned Well you know the judge of this case vacated the mandate saying it exceeds the CDC's statutory authority and violates the procedures required for agency rule making under the law The judge also says the CDC had not adequately explained its reasoning for the band aid You know just last week the CDC had extended this transportation mask mandate which had been placed February of last year and it was extended into May but now the TSA is saying that it will no longer enforce it in public transportation and transportation hubs or to airports are on airlines All of the major airlines including American Delta Southwest and United along with Amtrak say they won't require passengers and employees to wear masks But many transit agencies around the country including those in New York and Chicago say they will still require masks So you know it might be a little confusing out there You know for some I imagine it's terrifying to be on a long flight with other maskless passengers for others maybe it's a relief not to have to wear it on a long flight How are airline passengers responding Well you know there were those celebrations mid flight as you heard by some travelers when they first heard the news that Chicago's O'Hare airport last night most passengers were still wearing their masks while checking in and going through security or waiting for luggage But after a long flight from Puerto Rico 35 year old michi Williams of Chicago was ready to ditch his mask He's ready to ditch it when they first made us win I can understand if you want to be more precautious it's nothing wrong with that but to say that everybody needs to wear it No I don't agree with that The other hand Renee and Robert massacre of suburban Palatine who had just returned from a cruise in the Caribbean say they felt safer traveling when everyone was required to wear masks For me it's a matter of respect for myself and for other people I'd rather see us be safe than sorry I'm grateful to Biden for trying to protect us as best they could So how are public health officials experts reacting Do they think it's safe for people in these confined spaces on planes trains and buses to be maskless Well you know many infectious disease experts and public health officials remain concerned about these increasing numbers of the BA two variant COVID COVID cases They say this public health crisis just isn't over yet Julia raisman is a professor at the Boston University school of public health She says masks are proven to reduce the spread of COVID-19 especially when everyone is wearing them She says even though the ear filtration systems on airplanes are very good they're not foolproof when you're sitting shoulder to shoulder next to a stranger for hours at a time You know you can imagine if somebody right next to you is sneezing or coughing you really are in better shape if you're wearing a mask And especially if both of you are wearing a mask She also worries about the exposure Some people may have on public transit especially among people who may not have any other options for getting to work Could the Biden administration appeal Well you know White House press secretary Jen Psaki yesterday called the judge's ruling disappointing and says the administration is considering its legal options and may in fact go ahead and appeal There are those experts out there who say this ruling could be overturned And piers David shaffer thank you David Thank you Leila.

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"david shaffer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The public interest 93.9 FM and AMA 20 NPR news and the New York conversation Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky will be addressing members of Congress this morning virtually from Kyiv NPR's Giles Snyder says zelensky has been pressing the U.S. to establish a no fly zone over his country amid ongoing Russian attacks President zelensky speech to Congress comes a day after he spoke to Canadian lawmakers appealing for protection against Russian air strikes asking them to imagine a city like Ottawa or Toronto being attacked by a foreign invader He received a three minute standing ovation However The White House and NATO have ruled out a no fly zone saying that would risk a wider war with Russia The Federal Reserve is expected to announce a hike in short term interest rates when it wraps up its latest policy meeting this afternoon fed chairman Jerome Powell has said he supports a quarter point hike in rates in an effort to reduce inflation in the U.S. economy It's at a 40 year high NPR's David shaffer says gasoline prices also remain high Prices are still near record highs according to triple-A and gas buddy dot com the price of a gallon of gas nationally has been averaging over $4 and 30 cents to the last couple of days and weeks It can vary a lot from state to state it disproportionately affects lower income workers who live paycheck to paycheck They also tend to be the ones who can't tell commute.

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"david shaffer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:16 min | 2 months ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And a Martinez in Culver City California Numbers from the CDC show nearly 67% of fully vaccinated people over the age of 65 have gotten a booster shot Pfizer and BioNTech want the FDA to authorize yet another one for that age group NPR health correspondent rob Stein says the idea is to bolster waning immunity It's become clear that the protection people get from three shots fades over time especially against catching the virus And that's especially true with omicron which is better at evading the immune system than earlier versions of the virus Now you know three shots still do a very good job of keeping most people from getting so sick they end up in a hospital or die but there has been rising concern about those who are the most vulnerable like the elderly They can have weaker immune systems to start with so some other countries have started giving older people yet another booster So what do you think I mean is the FDA likely to authorize another booster You know it really depends on how strong a case the agency thinks the companies are making It's based on two studies from Israel that are produced some evidence that a fourth shot could help pump the immune system back up and restore some protection against getting seriously ill I talked about this with doctor Eric Coppola Scripps research he's convinced there's enough evidence to warrant another round of boosters We need to move on this because there are a large number of people who have lost their protection against severe illness from omicron and future variants So topol thinks it's urgent to start making another booster available to the elderly especially in case omicron starts to surge again or another of dangerous variant emerges But not everyone is as convinced as doctor topol Yeah that's right That's right Many experts have been talking with basically say it may still be just too premature to start another round of boosters They say the Israeli data is far from a slam dunk that another shot is necessarily needed and would necessarily help Here's doctor Jesse Goodman He's a former FDA chief scientist who's now at Georgetown university I think you'd want to have really convincing evidence that a second booster was needed and beneficial and we just don't have that yet I don't think we know that a booster will not ultimately be required generally but I think we're just not there yet And some experts I talked to say the country should focus instead on getting the millions of people who are still not vaccinated at all to get their shots and get boosters into the arms of the millions of vaccinated people who still haven't gotten their third shots Only about two thirds of those aged 65 and older have gotten their third Chancellor boosters All right rob so what happens now The FDA will consider the request and make a decision the agency could ask a committee of outside advisers to give advice but it doesn't necessarily have to And one possibility is that the FDA authorizes the fourth shot and then leaves it up to the CDC about whether to recommend it or just have it ready for whatever the evidence becomes clear It's really needed The FDA is however planning to convene outside advisers next month to consider where we go from here with the vaccines more generally including whether we need a broader booster campaign perhaps in the fall that would include younger people too They may also discuss whether those shots should be annual or the same vaccine or something else like a vaccine targeted specifically at variants or maybe at protecting people against all coronaviruses As NPR health correspondent rob Stein rob thanks a lot You bet Oil prices are dropping they're now below a $100 a barrel so gas prices may soon drop too But as of the moment they're still near record highs So politicians are proposing gas tax holidays to give consumers a little relief at the pump This idea may seem good on paper but there are concerns that gas tax cuts could reduce the funding that's available to fix and replace crumbling roads and bridges Here's impairs David shaffer from Chicago The pain at the pump these days is palpable Gas prices are way too much you know people can afford this is ridiculous you know Harris Gonzalez is among those wince it as he pumps ten and a half gallons of gas on Chicago's northwest side There.

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"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Corruption and the problem here is that they are changing the rules. In a way they think is in their best interest to compete with stacey. Abrams and the reality is that they probably will get outmaneuvered by her. In this i get the concerns. I get the desires. I get the needs. I would be less hostile to it if they prohibited spinning primaries. I think their concerns about the republican party. Georgia are justified in warranted. And i think they've got to find a way forward around the state party bypassing the state party unless the state party and its chairman can prove that the state party is existing for all of the gop and not just the party chairman. I think that the republican party chairman and georgia Poisoned the well by rushing in to undermine the election in georgia november and essentially throwing the governor. The lieutenant governor the secretary of state under the bus. This is a continued fallout incompetence in consequence of what david shaffer did and the result is that you're going to see the republican party in georgia essentially go belly up from lack of funding as the rest of the party. Vote for this as a no confidence. Measure against david. Shafer in the gop. Again though i think that the republicans have gotta put a provision in that. The money can't be used in primaries at least for the legislative ones. Let let the so going to allow the democrats to create one for governor. The minority party will get one for governor and the majority party. You'll get one for governor. If the if they want to use the money for the gubernatorial primaries go for it but the legislative ones. I don't think should be used in primaries. If only because i know exactly what the speaker of the house is going to do. And frankly i know what some of the legislative leaders in the senate would wanna do as well and it'll be targeting conservatives and driving them out and we need more conservatives not less conservatives particularly when redistricting comes were going to have redistricting upon us august..

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"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"David Loose but why did david produce david. Purdue didn't lose because he took a camera phone away from someone. David purdue did not lose because he didn't show up for debate with jon ossoff who gave him the. How dare you old man deal. And david produce didn't handle it badly gave me. Nobody cared about that stuff. Nobody cared about that stuff. David purdue lost because david shaffer and brian and donald campaign terrell estate saying that it was stolen and democrats. We're gonna steal it again. If brian kemp didn't do something and the result was a whole bunch of people decided that there was no point in going to vote. And so you had four hundred. Plus thousand republicans sit on the sidelines handing john also a victory of barely. Fifty two thousand votes purdue can win this thing he could also unite the gop. The suburban non trump republicans voted for purdue over trump produce got more votes than any republican ever on the ballot in georgia. Suburban voters actually came back to him by six points in the run off. Compared to the general they liked the guy. If david purdue runs david purdue nada as donald trump's best friend. I think david perdue wins in twenty twenty two. I think that wore knock is going to be in a very difficult place as the democrats. Continue to radicalize the republicans. Mitch mcconnell very shrewdly will force or knock into difficult votes for example. Tom cotton has already thrown a vote out there about packing. The supreme court and warnock voted in favor of packing the supreme court. He's now on record on that issue or knock is also in favor of impeach. Donald trump that will inspire people From the president's ide actually turn out and vote for vengeance. The president will push them to do that. and raphael warnock is not a business man and we are probably headed into a recession. And david purdue has a businessman's head on shoulders. He's able to talk about those issues. I think he should do it. I'm gonna i i. I've reached out to his team. And said i think you should do it. Listen other people may stand up and say oh this is a good guy too yes killing off where may want to do it in. And if she does god lesser. I personally you know. Let me let me address this real quick..

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"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"I said the whole time purdue was going to do better than left turns out i was right on that the thing i and everyone else missed was how badly the republican turnout would be. Purdue will do better than leffler but he will still lose. They haven't called the race yet but there aren't enough votes outstanding for him. Unless you've got another situation where floyd county or or Peachtree city per fayette county left left ballots out there. I don't think he's going to get into the margin of of automatic recount. Here the problem of for leffler though is that she failed to define herself authentically and she came across as not real. And i can't tell you the number of people who have told me this. I can't tell you the number of people who have said repeatedly that she just didn't connect she just didn't come across as sincere and and that's a real problem for politician you when you don't come across as sincere And this is. This is this. Is the problem here is you. Can't run for election running to win the win. The primary and essentially the twenty one person jungle election was the primary it was her versus collins and she ran a way that used identity politics and trump identity politics to pick off doug collins in a way that then ensured that she could not win the actual run off now. She couldn't win the runoff. We can now see in hindsight because the republicans were gonna turn out and vote the president sabotage the election. As did david shafer the party chairman. Both of them Running around telling everyone the race was rigged. Brad ravensburg was in the tank for stacey. Abrams will it cost him the election. Overall purdue and leffler could've one had The president david shaffer and and these republican congressman from georgia. Not run around the state telling everyone. The election was rigged. They could've one absolutely could one. This was a suicide. it wasn't a murder. The democrats didn't defeat republicans. Repeal republicans defeated themselves but leffler could have been a stronger candidate. And i just think it's bad for him for her. 'cause i really doubt believes that any way to go to washington today and object to the electoral college vote after having lost last night. Raphael warnock is going to be the senator from state of georgia for two years.

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"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"In georgia and republican operatives tied to the campaign decided that they had to embrace the crazy because otherwise the voters would be mad at them for dropping the ball. They dropped the ball. They did not participate. They did not observe. They did not show up. They were given the opportunity to and the secretary of state's office confirms they were told if any local government tries to shut you out of the process. Let us know and we will force them to allow you to observe. They never did. They were never there. It is excuse making david shaffer of the republican party. That's what's going on here. They could have observed the process and chose not to and when the president's team came out and said we think that the absentee ballots are where the fraud is then the republican party so well we were shut out of the process. We were allowed to observe. No you were allowed to observe. You chose not to and now you don't want the voters turning on you. So you're blaming the secretary state and everyone else to adb obvious gate that it was your fault that you didn't participate but the bottom line is this the signatures on the applications were checked and then the ballot signatures were checked. It is a public process. Anyone could observe it. The republicans both the trump campaign team and the republican party georgia chose not to observe it and now they would rather you believe it did not happen because they did not see it then have to admit that it did happen but they chose not to go watch it but what actually happened. The truth of the matter is the signatures were matched and the republicans chose not to watch it and now they would rather concoct a conspiracy theory than admit they themselves were asleep but it doesn't matter whether they were asleep or not. The process happened signatures. Were matched was no fraud there. That's not to say there can't be fraud. it's not to say there isn't fraud but it is to say that the signatures were matched to the gb. I system is. It is to say that. The applications which aren't required to be matched were matched and then the ballots themselves rematch as well to the system and no one person could reject about it required to people to reject it. Now you can say well. What if there were to rip. The democrats rejected republican ballots. Well what if there were two republicans objecting democratic ballots. The process is dependent on observers and the democrats chose to observe the process and the republicans chose not to observe the process and l. The republicans want you to believe that there was no observation process to observe. And that's simply not the case. It's excuse making people who dropped the ball who now want to concoct a crazy conspiracy theory so that they can avoid having to take blame for screwing it up themselves. And that's unfortunate. It's not your fault you really believe these people in these people are actually not telling you the truth. You know this is well first of all the phone number if you want to call him before the program and feel free to ask if you can even disagree with me. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven.

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"david shaffer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Certified the state's election results after a recount confirmed once again, Democrat Joe Biden defeated President Trump in the state. This wall. The runoff election is to determine the control of the Senate looms large next month. In an interview with Salem Radio Networks, the Mike Gallagher show Georgia Republican Party chair David Shaffer says Democrats here Hoping to use the January elections in Georgia to change the direction of America. This is the most important and consequential election in our lifetimes, and the Democrats have been take. The Democratic Party has been taken over by the angriest people in America. They're angry for about different things and for different reasons, but they're united in one common belief that America is not a force for good in the world. Meanwhile, the Schaeffer says, radical Democrats want to dismantle what America stands for Dave you America as this oppressive nation whose founders to be scorned Who's monument should be toppled whose history should be erased, and we know that America's the hero of world history. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito said at 9 A.m. deadline Tuesday morning for the state of Pennsylvania to respond to a GOP appeal over disputed ballots. President Trump says Rudy Giuliani doing very well after contracting covert 19, the president, says former New York Mayor Giuliani has no fever and is doing well after his diagnosis. He actually called me early this morning was the first call I got Now he's doing very well since Election Day. Giuliani has been traveling the country and challenging presidential election results in battleground states Greatest mayor in the history of New York and what he's doing now is more important. And he will admit that Giuliani is the latest in a growing list of Trump's staffers and associates who have tested positive for covert. 19 Greg Clugston Washington More news and analysis at town hall dot com. Tell me why really factor is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Beatings have child..

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"david shaffer" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And so there's a sense that is there a sense this is January fits an odd time to have an election in the past. Why there was Saxby Chambliss. Or others. That was pretty obvious. The more responsible voter votes Republican so they're more likely to vote January the fifth and then someone else. But to me, this is the most critical Senate election, maybe in American history, because if the leftist if they can't be stopped in Georgia if Georgia votes for socialism if Georgia votes for virtual communism And the rest of the countries. I have such respect for Georgia, that of George and say we want left wing ideologues to hook up with AOC. Then George is not the Georgia that I know in the George that, you know. Do you have great faith that the people of Georgia can figure this thing out? I am confident that we will pull together in the end and win this election. But look if they are successful in inaugurating Joe Biden is the president. Even though we picked up seats in the house, they still control the House of Representatives. These two run off elections will decide. Which party controls the Senate. If the Democrats take control of both houses of Congress and the White House, then they will admit every island territory is a state with two United States senators, they will they will expand the Supreme Court. We will never recover from the damage they intend to rob on our country. I watched a few days ago in interview with Stacey Abrams, who, by the way, I don't think she's considered yet the Senate race, the governor, camping media kept and incentivizing her after Two years do not concede the race, which, by the way is the same thing, Hillary Clinton said. About a month two months ago, she told Joe Biden, the presidency of Trump is illegitimate. Never concede. Everyone forgets about those comments. But Stacey Abrams has said there's 750,000 absentee ballots flooding the polling places. Is that true? And if so, how many overwhelmingly your Democratic Republican That's not actually true what she's saying. But But you do make a good point. I mean, she was celebrated for refusing to concede an election that she lost by a bigger margin. Then Joe Biden carried Georgia. Arizona and Wisconsin combined. And now she pretends that you know anyone who points out of regulars. This election is crazy, but which, but there have under Georgia law. If you request an absentee ballots in the primary for the general election, and you mark as the reason for that ballot that you're over the age of 65, you are automatically sent a Palate for the runoff. And so there's about 700,000 people who are automatically getting ballots, so those were not people that she's flooded to request absentee ballots. That's just the natural. Carryover from the general primary elections, and it's there's a slight edge among Democrats. But you know, almost half of those people are our Republicans. Now. She you know she, you know she's got a machine and it zwart hard. But she is, um She's exaggerating her successes. Did you have a sense of November 3rd that Georgians voted for? On balance? Joe Biden legitimately. David Shaffer. You're the chair of the Georgia Republican State Party. What was that? A fair election. And the Joe Biden win the state of Georgia. Look they have produced and and Donald Trump got approximately the same number of votes. Um Joe Biden got 100,000 more votes than Jon Ossoff's. And that is hard to understand. Um, I'll tell you that we that we have uncovered multiple irregularities with the election on election night insulting county, which is the, um Jenny, where Atlantis located. They there at the vote Counting center they announced at 10 30. They were going to stop voting counting votes, and they would start back up in 8 30 the next morning. And our monitors went home. Our poll watchers one home and assumes they were gone. They started back up kind of bounce, and they can't until one in the morning. And how is that legitimate? How is that legal? It's not legal, because under Georgia law, you're required to count the votes you know, in the presence of the public, but the news crews went home. The monitors went home. The public went home and they started back up tempting. And so it's difficult to have confidence in the outcome of an election so close when they're when there are regularities of that type taking place. Um, um, without any sort of accountability at all. We file that today we filed a complaint with the secretary of State on that. On that matter there, we found at the David said eight different counties Voter review panels, which are responsible for adjudicating absentee ballots of the mark in a way that's unclear. Those voter review panels met without the Republican member being notified are allowed to attend the, um when we when we ask for the part of the machines The and paying count of the ballots that we were limited to one monitor for every 10 counting tables. Uh, anyone anyone in one county for the first day of the of the audit are monsters were told they couldn't stand still for more than 15 seconds. They had to constantly remain in motion, and that is not a meaningful Opportunity to view the work of the auditors, and it just Does not a source of continuing concern to May and Chairman David Schafer. Why wouldn't the same thing happened January the 5th and 6th. Then why would the same thing happened? If they pull? It pulled a fast one on November? 3rd? Why wouldn't the same thing happened? January 5th when so much is on the line. Um so we were. We were during the general election. We were not able to obtain a bulletin Well, I mean, let me back up about talk about something. I didn't even mention. Um, when, when someone votes by absentee and the absentee ballots, um, increased from 200,000 to 1.3 million. From 2 2018 to 2020. They're supposed to verify the signatures, and we asked for a bulletin from the secretary of state that would have allowed our poll watchers to view the verification process and never received it. And so that was conducted. In secret. You know, we've We've obtained a a bulletin that allows us to watch that process down. I think you will see litigation filed this week. Um, that will attempt to secure Um, court orders allowing that verification and we are doubling and redoubling our, um, our efforts toe Tonto to monitor the election and, frankly, the president's election challenges here in Georgia. Aka produce of good results. It'll strengthen our position as we move into the runoff. Are you very confidence that chair of the Georgia Republican Party that Purdue and Leffler were actually win, in fact win by a wide margin? It's gonna be close. But I am optimistic that we're gonna be able to pull everyone together and turn out the vote that we need that the president's help to elect them both on January and it begins this Saturday, doesn't it When the president visits the big dog is coming to the peach tree state and the president needs to come there three or four times, especially maybe the Saturday before the election, maybe January, 2nd or third or Sunday before the election. He needs to come and say, This is the redemption of my presidency if we lose Is this? Everything we've worked for? Please save my presidency by voting Republican. I think that'd be a great message, which I passed on Eric Trump about three days ago. This has got to be my legacy. My presidency is on the line. Don't fail me. They will erase all of his accomplishments. There is no question about it if they succeed in winning these thieves to Senate seats, So that's great message. I'm glad you're advising the Trump family. All right, David Shaffer, you're the best good luck in Georgia. Because of Georgia goes the Democratic Party. The country will no longer exist to be the land of the free and the home of the brave because there's so much is on the line. And thank you very much. David Schaper for coming on the Bill Cunningham show maybe a couple nights before the election. We can do it again. Comeback. Thanks so much, my friend. God bless, you know, let's continue with more this David Schaper. I don't know how the South reacts when a New Yorker like like a Senate future majority leader. Talks about. We're going to take Georgia today than take America tomorrow. I don't I don't know how Georgians reacted that from from Senator Chuck, but I would assume not well. Let's continue with more. My final comments or next Bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night Get Birmingham News is on demand when you wanted from Alabama's largest.

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12:31 min | 2 years ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Morning news which will be shortly after this this program it off all night that's right so the the fifth presidential debate has concluded now right here in Atlanta Georgia Tyler Perry studios now they obviously had it in Georgia for a very good reason because our state is very much in play the Democrats believe at least to the in campaign twenty twenty so they have come here tonight to try to make a splash make an impression the big question is what do you think and that's why we have brought this crew together tonight to get the first impressions it's there is that what counts and we want to find out the winners losers good quotes bad quotes is the field finally gonna start to narrow down that that's a big question I think because you saw a lot of the front runners you sell Joe Biden you sell as before to get a lot of attention early on I think they definitely kind of dominated the the the time on camera the first hour or thirty minutes the very least I was a little more curious to see with the the other candidates are gonna do the ones that are kind of trailing in the polls and see if any of them were able to make you know impact with with the viewers of people listening to people watching and I guess that's the first question is did any particular candidate really kinda stand out and and kind of get your tension ma'am I know that you know we were talking earlier about any clover shar and the fact that she's one that you know I I saw an interview with her and she said she hasn't had that social media moment that Twitter moment where it's you know at you know just the everybody's been talking about baby should have that tonight but did you know did she have some moments tonight where she got a stuck out well so much for mid western nice that's right of moments where she threw some shade not glitter and so I do think she had some tweet a bowl moments definitely yeah I think that's definitely true this is Gerry Enomoto by the way with the microphone say hello hello thanks for having me tonight guys Jerry was actually checking the Twitter all all during the time and Chloe char was getting some attention but Tulsi Gabbard was actually the top trending candidate on the stage for most of the night it's funny for the last couple of debates she's been the highest trend and I think we all have a speculation as to why that is but I will say it so I think I I think it's interesting that was full of band let's see yeah this yes that their their people on Twitter that go on there for other reasons for that but regardless use the top turning candidate followed by Tom sire for most the night which is surprising that was a little surprising to I add that times tires when this guy didn't get a lot of time but now I guess when he did he he made the most of it I don't know they they change the rules for these obviously each time to make it tougher and tougher to make it to the next cut but we still thought ten people on the stage tonight you know the field is just not shrinking and in fact we've had a couple people as you folks know actually get into the race rather than get out in the last week or so so let's ask the group here was anybody's mind made up tonight's where you think the feel my finally narrows anybody here been able to make a final decision you think tonight I wanted to get back to the closure I've watched couple these debates I think that if you kind of if you look at her your eyes closed and it wasn't such a visual spectacles as debates tend to be she seems to be the most consistent in our messaging and she seems to be a better alternative to a centrist candidate like Biden because she just she has a little bit more of a clear message so I think that's does this come the bigger the bigger issue with the the whole debate spectacles they were looking for those moments for looking for those really polished visuals and it's just that's not we're really appeals to me is a motor I IV and she's a god green she's the one stop the most cannot somebody ice so I do agree that tolls but on any clover star stuck out the most tonight she has in like like was mentioned before she has she's a better alternative to a centrist candidate like biting you know people make have concerns about you know his age or whatnot but and a nickel to shore she has a record of being moderate pragmatic and she has an electability argument to make Joe Biden makes an electability argument as well a nickel wish our has won in Minnesota three times with three times with over sixty percent of the vote she knows how to win in the Midwest and I think she can help us win states like Wisconsin and Pennsylvania and Michigan back you know those states that we lost in two thousand sixteen our man what's your name my name is some Niles how old are you eighteen eighteen to be your first time to a vote for president yes it will be yeah that's exciting I love the age difference all over this group yeah I mean I think it's fantastic I think it's great you know yes you're right we're all we're all eighteen that would be nice that would be nice I know we're gonna play some cuts by the way about the some these can is what they said right AT clover star had a moment as well of what she had to say with with Stacy Abrams to which will get to an old there were some one liners they all they we got in several mentions of George is not including there at the at the very end talking about voters to prevent actually managed to tie together voter suppression and the heart be bill and Stacey Abrams should be governor that's quite a bit to get into one thing let me ask again if anybody's final mind was made up tonight because it's really interesting all these guys hang on just enough to get to the next one they all have just enough of a moment in these things to carry on and I thought that we probably saw that again tonight so did anybody make up their mind who to vote for tonight in the in the primary I wouldn't say that it's been definitively made out yeah but it hasn't been changed I came into this is a warm supporter and I've remained at and it's basically or largely due to the depths of her plans and I know that's put her up to be a target for attacks because of her plans because it's out there from a lot of the other candidates I I hear things that I like and I support but a lot of more vague they're very vague and they're generally in the right direction nothing that would really surprise you on a democratic debate but they they lacked the substance and I think her coming out so early with those detailed plans make her stand out from the others with that said I agree with some of the other points made here night club which are made some very good points and really stood out tonight but I will and also been following Kamel Harris of like a lot of things she said and she's got a lot of attackers as well but largely behind on my mind hasn't changed on worn at this point even though she didn't have a big moment tonight really it's been more of what we've heard from her before were you surprised you took some she took some early shots I guess from the candidates in the last twenty minutes of the debate which is not surprising giving you know where she's come up in the standings over the past month or so and also I think it's goes back to the plan she's put herself out there with the detail of her plans there while the others have details they don't go to that level of depth and me that makes her target but it also puts her up well there was something to really discuss in either rally around our point now right one less explained our group here that we have but tonight this is a forum of civilians who I guess you all volunteer right did you all answer our our solicitations who agreed to come in and watch the debate tonight these are or will be democratic primary voters here in Georgia and then give us their thoughts and we put this together with our partners at the Atlanta journal constitution and man it's late who's usually in bed by now man me too I mean and this fellow for sure yes absolutely that is so it's a it's important because Georgie is in play very much so we had an exchange just today on our news about the reason the debate was here and then the democratic the market he said that yes it's because George is so much in play and the Trumbull county that was on the news has no it's just proof that they are are trying to hold some semblance here because trump has proven so popular I guess we will see that and that is gonna be one one part I was anyone surprised that that Georgia that Atlanta got one of these debates because I I you know I thought that that George is considered a battleground state by many owned yesterday is a battleground state owned we've seen over recent you know over recent elections than margins have narrowed in narrowed in their old and what is usually a safe Republican state and we've seen counties like when that county in Cobb county used to be conservative strongholds they have shifted dramatically to the left over the last few years they both voted for Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen after voting for Mitt Romney so you know a lot of these metro Atlanta suburban counties are dramatically shifting to the left even in congressional districts like the six those you know Tom price Newt Gingrich stronghold it is now held by Lucent bath the seventh district another competitive congressional districts suburban affluent it is now competitors so yes Georgia is a swing state the numbers are changing the argument about voter suppression aside it's true that the gubernatorial race was just razor close one reason for having this here tonight is all all these Democrats really have to do is impress a few more people and expand its blue yeah along those lines I would I would say that as much as David Shaffer probably wouldn't want to admit it Georgia is a battleground state because I think if everyone would agree that Ohio is and I believe George's gubernatorial was closer than Ohio's so to try and spend it as not a battleground state is I think absurd and and a sign of fear that the state will in fact flip yeah and I know I talk to you before we went on the air and you know you have your eye on one at county I'm from what I county it's changed a lot over the last twenty years it leave it over the last five years or so yeah yeah I'm I'm right now I'm I'm working for a county commission can there Kirklin card which is saying that statement in general that I I candidate in Gwinnett county could have staff for eight years ago would have been insane but you know he's raised over his race tens of thousands of dollars and is already elected so I think going out as a whole is poised to flip and once when that goes in Cobb is leaning that direction I think the Republicans have to really be worried what's your name map lately and how old are you twenty one twenty one so L. twenty one G. R. A. I. X. right we're getting older and older right so that makes this your first presidential election I voted in the twenty sixteen the general okay very good I'm terrible at math terrible at math okay we're were you guys surprised that base opened it with the impeachment we had one of our talk show host this evening make the point that these these primary debates are intended for you guys they're not necessarily for the mass audience these debates are intended for democratic primary voters that's the audience of these candidates are trying to impeach a reach I assume you all would not to mind seeing the impeachment be successful general survey yeah okay just as just as a general thing so what's the point of spending the first ten minutes on a did you take anything out of that they all said pretty much the same thing yeah I I was not surprised by the fact that they led with so much trump centric rhetoric I was her term maybe by it I think that again to your point we all are in lock arms with our stance in mode and promote the most part on the impeachment preaching to the choir never met before yeah it doesn't that doesn't do anything for me I got I'm we're all gonna go vote for whoever wins the prime whoever winds up on the democratic side it's trying to reach try to reach those kind of more casual voters I think with with them a message to get them out of their comfort zone and kind of get them to the polls that like World War the polls that but a lot of people are so how do we get them motivated I think speaking more about yourself and what you can do verses what he's doing terribly that's well documented like we don't need anymore of that there's plenty of trump fatigue nationally I am there's getting to be more from fifteen within the party in my opinion so it's about a quarter after here and this is our post debates of focus group round table with no table you got that pretty cushy chairs tonight that's impressive he does it was very comfortable I know you can get the plastic chairs that we usually get you're blocking me one step to the left thank you no no no you are watching either on the WSB radio dot coms Facebook live or on the land journal constitution the agency's Facebook live and we're on the.

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"david shaffer" Discussed on WSB-AM

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10:43 min | 2 years ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Morning news which will be shortly after this this program it off all night that's right so the the fifth presidential debate has concluded now right here in Atlanta Georgia Tyler Perry studios now they obviously had it in Georgia for a very good reason because our state is very much in play the Democrats believe at least the in campaign twenty twenty so they have come here tonight to try to make a splash make an impression the big question is what do you think and that's why we have brought this crew together tonight to get the first impressions it's there is that what counts and we want to find out the winners losers good quotes bad quotes is the field finally gonna start to narrow down that that's a big question I think because you saw a lot of the front runners you sell Joe Biden you sell is the morning a lot of attention early on I think they definitely got kind of dominated the the the time all right on camera the first hour or thirty minutes the very least I was a little more curious to see with the the other candidates were gonna do the ones that are kind of trailing in the polls and see if any of them were able to make it you know impact with with the viewers of people listening to people watching and I guess that's the first question is did any particular candidate really kinda stand out and and kind of get your tension ma'am I know that you know we were talking earlier about any clover shar and the fact that she's one that you know I I saw an interview with her and she said she hasn't had that social media moment that Twitter moment where it's you know it you know just the everybody's been talking about maybe should have that tonight but did you know did she have some moments tonight we're she kind of stuck out well so much for mid western nice that's right of moments where she threw some shade not glitter and so I do think she had some tweet herbal moments definitely yeah I think that's definitely true this is Gerry Enomoto by the way with the microphone say hello hello thanks for having me tonight guys Jerry was actually checking the Twitter all all during the time and Chloe char was getting some attention but Tulsi Gabbard was actually the top trending candidate on the stage for most of the night it's funny for the last couple of debates she's been the highest trend and I think we all have a speculation as to why that is but I will say it so I think I I think it's interesting that the room was full of men let's see yeah this yes that their their people on Twitter that go on there for other reasons for that but regardless use the top turning candidate followed by Tom sire for most the night which is surprising that was a little surprising to I I did Tom Stiers when this guy didn't get a lot of time but not I I guess when he did he he made the most of it I don't know they they change the rules for these obviously each time to make it tougher and tougher to make it to the next cut but we still thought ten people on the stage tonight you know the field is just not shrinking and in fact we've had a couple people as you folks know actually get into the race rather than get out in the last week or so so let's ask the group here was anybody's mind made up tonight's where you think the feel my finally narrows anybody here been able to make a final decision you think tonight I wanted to get back to the closure I think I've watched couple these debates I think they if you kind of if you look at her your eyes closed and it wasn't such a visual spectacles as debates tend to me she seems to be the most consistent in our messaging and she seems to be a better alternative to a centrist candidate like Biden because she is she has a little bit more of a clear message so I think that's does this come the bigger the bigger issue with the the whole debate spectacles they were looking for those moments for looking for those really polished visuals and it's just that's not we're really appeals to me is a motor I IV and she's thank god green she's the one stop the most cannot somebody eyes so I do agree that tolls but on a vehicle which are stuck out the most tonight she has in like like was mentioned before she has she's a better alternative to a centrist candidate like button you know people make have concerns about you know his age or whatnot but and a nickel bizarre she has a record of being moderate pragmatic and she has an electability argument to make Joe Biden makes an electability argument as well a nickel wish our has won in Minnesota three times with three times with over sixty percent of the vote she knows how to win in the Midwest and I think she can help us win states like Wisconsin and Pennsylvania and Michigan back you know those days that we lost in two thousand sixteen our man what's your name my name is some Niles how old are you eighteen eighteen to be your first time to a vote for president yes it will be yeah that's exciting I love the age difference all over this group yeah I mean I think it's fantastic I think it's great you know yes you're right we're all we're all eighteen that would be nice that would be nice I know we're gonna play some cuts by the way about the some these can is what they said right AT clover star had a moment as well of what she had to say with with Stacy Abrams to which internal but there were some one liners they all they we got in several mentions of George's not including there at the at the very end talking about voters to prevent actually managed to tie together voter suppression and the heart be bill and Stacey Abrams should be governor that's quite a bit to get into one thing let me ask again if anybody's final mind was made up tonight because it's really interesting all these guys hang on just enough to get to the next one they all have just enough of a moment in these things to carry on and I thought that we probably saw that again tonight so did anybody make up their mind to to vote for tonight in the in the primary I wouldn't say that it's been definitively made out yeah but it hasn't been changed I came into this is a worn supporter and I've remained that and it's basically or largely due to the depths of her plans and I know that's put her up to be a target for attacks because of her plans because it's out there from a lot of the other candidates I I hear things that I like and I support but a lot of more vague they're very vague and they're generally in the right direction nothing that would really surprise you on a democratic debate but they they lacked the substance and I think her coming out so early with those detailed plans make her stand out from the others with that said I agree with some of the other points made here night club which are made some very good points and really stood out tonight but I will and also been following Kamel Harris unlike a lot of things she said and she's got a lot of attackers as well but largely behind on my mind hasn't changed on worn at this point even though she didn't have a big moment tonight really it's been more of what we've heard from her before were you surprised you took some she took some early shots I guess from the candidates in the last twenty minutes of the debate which is not surprising giving you know where she's come up in the standings over the past month or so and also I think it's goes back to the plan she's put herself out there with the detail of her plans that while the others have details they don't go to that level of doubts in me that makes her target but it also puts her up well there was something to really discuss in either rally around her point now right one less explained our group here that we have but tonight this is a forum of civilians who I guess you all volunteer right did you all answer our our solicitations who agreed to come in and watch the debate tonight these are or will be democratic primary voters here in Georgia and then give us their thoughts and we put this together with our partners at the Atlanta journal constitution and man it's late who's usually in bed by now man me too I mean and this fellow for sure yes absolutely that is so it's it it's important because Georgie is in play very much so we had an exchange just today on our news about the reason the debate was here and then the democratic at the market he said that yes it's because George's so much in play and the Trumbull county that was on the news has no it's just proof that they are are trying to hold some semblance here because trump has proven so popular I guess we will see that and that is gonna be one one part I was anyone surprised that that Georgia that Atlanta got one of these debates because I I you know I thought that that George is considered battleground state by many owned yesterday is a battleground state owned we've seen over recent looking over recent elections the margins have narrowed in narrowed in their old and what is usually a safe Republican state and we've seen counties like when that county in Cobb county used to be conservative strongholds they have shifted dramatically to the left over the last few years they both voted for Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen after voting for Mitt Romney so you know a lot of these metro Atlanta suburban counties are dramatically shifting to the left even in congressional districts like the six those you know Tom price Newt Gingrich stronghold it is now held by Lucent bath the seventh district another competitive congressional districts suburban affluent it is now competitors so yes Georgia is a swing state the numbers are changing the argument about voter suppression aside it's true that the gubernatorial race was just raise our clothes one reason for having this here tonight is all all these Democrats really have to do is impress a few more people and expand its blue yeah along those lines I would I would say that as much as David Shaffer probably wouldn't want to admit it Georgia is a battleground state because I think it everyone would agree that Ohio is and I believe George's gubernatorial was closer than Ohio's so to try and spend it as not a battleground state is I think absurd and and the sign of fear that the state will in fact flip yeah and I know I talk to you before we went on the air and you know you have your eye on one at county I'm from what I county it's changed a lot of the last twenty years it leave it over the last five years or so yeah yeah I'm I'm right now I'm I'm working for a county commission to their Kirklin card which is saying that statement in general that I I candidate in Gwinnett county could have staff for eight years ago would have been insane but as you know he's raised over his race tens of thousands of dollars and is already elected so I think going out as a whole is poised to flip and once when that goes in Cobb is leaning that direction I think the Republicans have to really be worried what's your name map lately and how old are you twenty one twenty one so L. twenty one G. R. A. I. X. right we're getting older and older right so that makes this your first presidential election I voted in the twenty sixteen the general okay very good I'm terrible at math terrible at math okay we're were you guys surprised that base opened it with the impeachment we had one of our talk show host this evening make the point that these these.

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06:01 min | 2 years ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Today two stories involving the rule of law one targeting president trump the other British prime minister Boris Johnson and both raise lots of questions from W. A. M. you and NPR in Washington this is one. Hey there I'm Josh what Johnson today on one a we begin with the impeachment inquiry Democrats say Mr trump broke the law when he reportedly asked you cranes president to investigate Joe Biden's son Republicans say it's more sour grapes over the twenty sixteen election will answer your questions ahead then we turn to break that parliament is back in session after the prime minister suspended it to protect his plan for leaving the European Union the UK Supreme Court ruled that suspension was illegal now Boris Johnsons opponents say he should step down we'd love to hear from you comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one eight. sister you did nothing wrong when he repeatedly asked the newly elected president of Ukraine to investigate former vice president Joe Biden NPR's moralizing reports at the United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York trump met with the Ukrainian president's a lefty who made it clear he wants no part of the controversy around trump's efforts to highlight unfounded allegations about Joe Biden and his son I don't want to be in the hole to do a credit card all from we were in elections elections all of you is safe president trump says there was no quid pro quo in the call but in a rough transcript of the call released by the White House when the subject of US military aid to Ukraine comes up president trump says does a lefty I would like you to do us a favor and then he goes on to ask him to investigate the bidens Mar alliance an NPR news Washington democratic congressman Adam Schiff who chairs the house intelligence committee says notes on president trump's phone call with Ukraine's leader our mortgage more serious than he imagined what those notes reflect the is a classic mafia like shake down of a foreign leader. their flex a Ukrainian president to was desperate for U. S. support. for military support. many Republicans in Congress are dismissing trump's phone call with Ukraine's leaders being nothing Iran's president warns that the Persian Gulf region is on the brink of collapse and calls US sanctions against his nation economic terrorism Hasan Rouhani told the UN General Assembly that his government is willing to hold talks on its nuclear program after those sanctions are removed. mowing is taking steps to improve safety policies and procedures in the design and development of its aircraft and there's David Schaper reports that the action comes as mowing continues to deal with fallout from two seven thirty seven MAX plane crashes they killed three hundred forty six people the seven thirty seven MAX crashes in Indonesian Ethiopia blamed in part on the faulty design of an automated flight control system some critics suggest company engineers were under pressure to speed the development of the plane and keep costs down in response Boeing's board of directors in April created a special committee to review internal safety protocols the chairman of that committee retired admiral ed Jon bost Yanni now tells NPR the group did not find any smoking gun indicating systemic flaws but it's nonetheless recommending steps that he says will strengthen the company safety process he's those steps include a new internal safety organization that reports directly to top management and in engineering realignment to improve accountability David Shaffer NPR news on stock markets in Asia shares are mixed lower in Shanghai following gains on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrials rose a hundred and sixty two points this is NPR news. new home sales rose more than seven percent in August mostly due to contracts for housing that has not yet been built the commerce department says most of that increase involves contracts. that were sign because of low interest rates the commerce department says new home sales are up six point four percent for the year. the owners of a Spanish food company have been arrested for their alleged role in Spain's largest outbreak of an infection caused by the Listeria bacteria more than two hundred people were infected with three deaths and six miscarriages Lucy a benefit NATO's has details the three men representing the Seville based company names my go to these are facing several charges including involuntary manslaughter and crimes against health the listeriosis outbreak began mid August and authorities have traced it to a chilled roasted pork meat products sold by the company. investigators say the men were aware several months ago that their facilities were contaminated with the bacterium Listeria which causes listeriosis they did nothing about it for NPR news unless you have an IV this in Barcelona some seventeen states are asking a federal court to prevent the trump administration from weakening the Endangered Species Act the lawsuit follows a similar challenge that was filed last month by several environmental groups the new rules allowing officials to first consider the cost of saving a species. are set to take effect on Thursday. 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"david shaffer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Claims the tensions are still high the United States says the additional troops are taking a defensive posture but a wrong continues to warn that any strike against the country will see swift and broad retaliation L. the United States is now sending troops to Saudi Arabia defense. secretary mark asper saying the deployment will focus on air and missile defense there it's now eleven seventeen Britain Supreme Court is expected to rule tomorrow on the legality of prime minister Boris Johnson suspension of parliament the court is deciding whether Johnson acted improperly by shutting down parliament for five weeks as the October thirty first breaks a deadline continues to loom in the meantime European Union chief brags that negotiators saying it's difficult to see how an agreement can be reached to overcome an impasse over the Irish border raiment arrangement that the new British government wants to see scraps now Johnson insists the Irish backstop be dropped as Briggs advocates say it will be Britain too closely linked to the European Union now the border arrangement would allow for the freedom of movement to continue between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland which is seen as necessary to preserve the Good Friday agreement which ended decades of violence there it is now eleven eighteen on WBZ the future of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is still up in the air as his opponent Benny gaunt's is continuing to gain support Arab Israeli parties are endorsing general Benny guns for prime minister it's the first time in three decades error politicians have broken their boycott and weighed in officially recommending a candidate to Israel's president party leader I'm in days said he wants to end the leadership of prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu he criticized the Israeli leader for what he called his racist and demonizing rhetoric towards Arab Israeli voters the support of the Arab parties set to help guns get the first shot at forming a government Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem although the flood waters are receding in Texas victims of tropical storm Imelda are still facing a struggle at the height of the storms nine barges came loose from their moorings floated down the San Jacinto river and crashed into the concrete supports under the interstate ten bridge over the river the bridge is still closed cutting off the only access into or out. have an entire neighborhood how are they going to try to get out here in services between law enforcement EMS says resident David Shaffer there's no firm timeline for repairing the bridge had re opening I ten Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas at eleven nineteen a former Texas police officer on trial today for the murder of her on armed neighbor amber Geiger shot both them John seen in his apartment last September Geiger says she mistook his apartment for her own bottoms mother Allison gene spoken speak to CBS news about how she feels about the trial dependent on the jury it's dependent on the prosecution is dependent on the defense. and on several things things that I can't control so on the one hand as a woman of faith I leave it to god to judge but as a mom and as a human being I know that humans do not hold a please act has got one it is now eleven twenty the marine corps has released more information about the midair collision that killed six service members off the coast of Japan last December in core investigation into the deadly collision found that the F. eighteen fighter pilot was an experience in nineteen revealing lost is situational awareness and collided with the rear of the KC one thirty tanker the investigation also found leadership failures in the fighter pilots squadron that resulted in the removal of several of the unit's senior leaders we Martinez ABC news Washington remember you don't have to leave us in your car as you head out for the day remember you can take us with you on the go wherever you go download the I heart radio app on any of your smart devices and search WBZ if got us with you wherever you go also you're smart speaker at home say play WBZ newsradio on I heart radio you've got us there as well well you're feeling it out there right now it is autumn on the calendar certainly does not feel like it in this week it is going to be more summer than fall will tell you about the full forty forecast in just a moment check on the roads as well with Dave struggling along the way next traffic and weather together coming up at eleven twenty one. ten thirty one oh seven point nine two online. and thirty dot com on your phone with a hard with.

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"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Is Harry's razors. They're founders retire to pay up for razors that were overpriced and over designed they know that shaving, you know, that shaving does require all the gimmicks like vibrating heads inflexible balls, and handles that look like spaceships and things like that tactics. The leading brands use just to raise prices Harry's founders went out. They bought their own factory in Germany, that makes world-class steel blades. You get a great shave forum. I've been a user of theirs for a long time. Really? I've been a user of Harry's for a long time. And right now you can get a thirteen dollar value trial set that comes with everything you need for close, comfortable shave by going to harrys dot com slash Eric. You'll be joining ten million others who've tried Harry's. You'll get a weighted ergonomic handle a five blade razor with the lubricating strip and trimmer blade. Rich, lathering shave gel travel blade cover and listeners of my show. Can redeem their trials at harrys dot com slash Eric. That's harrys dot com slash Eric E, c K. So go to harrys dot com slash Eric. Redeem your offer a little noise Jit helps support the show annual beginning a great shave in the process. You know, I tell my radio listers as well as I'll tell you guys all the podcasts that I was always hesitant to use a five blade razor because of razor burn, and I'm using he's five blade razor have been for a while. Now they convinced me to switch from the three blade, the five blade and it, I don't get razor burn. So I like Harry's. You can go to harrys dot com slash Eric era today and get this great deal from Harry's. An important note from the agriculture Commissioner Gary black. I in fact, I've seen this now in Atlanta, one of the hipster coffee joints I went to last week people putting CBD oil in food and drinks. There's a place near my house, that has advertised, this as well pudding CBD oils derived from him in various products, the agriculture Commissioner's pointing onto it actually is against federal law to do that, please don't do that. The FDA has not approved it it's against federal law. And the state is probably going to have to begin cracking down on this. So don't do that, folks, you can buy CBD oil, but restaurants in stores are not allowed to put it in your food and beverages for you. You have to do it yourself, so patients that also Jim Beck. I you know, I. Rota wrote a big earlier today. Glenn Beck got indicted. No, no. I, I had to publish. It was like, oh, true. Beep had to change it. Jim Beck insurance Commissioner. He has pled, not guilty. In federal court, he made himself available to the federal authorities went to his arraignment, and has pled, not guilty. I am told there are some people urging prominent people urging the governor to convene a panel to see if he should be suspended from his role. This will I'm sure come to a head this weekend mentioned yesterday. You've got the Republican convention in savannah. I was thinking of going down there on Friday and doing the show, but they're so much other stuff going on as well. And I can't guarantee the quality of the connection back to the home office. So decided, I'm probably not going to go to savannah. But we'll still be covering the activities of the Republican convention as best we can doing play by play as best. We can of what's happening. David shaffer. And Scott Johnson of Cobb County are fighting it out for chairman of the party. When we come back, there's another scandal happening in, that is the David Rolston situation, the another of Rolston victims coming forward and the mother of one of the victims is speaking out, I will talk to her here on WSB about the Roulston situation and the facts of that case, they're just terrible sad situation. I'm here. I'm here. Sorry, doing tech support for for. Welcome. It is Eric Erickson here. Atlanta's evening news. The full number is four zero four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred w SP talk as Republicans had to savannah for their Republican convention to pick a new chairman this weekend in savannah. We're continuing to highlight the issues plaguing. The party, the things are going to have to deal with down there and discuss. And one of those issues is David Rolston more of the victims and families of victims involved in cases where David Ralston represents a defendant, who has and has allowed the cases to drag out are speaking out. What are those cases is the state of Georgia versus Jason brothers? The case was opened on August fourteenth two thousand thirteen. It is it looks like hopefully Nell this year going to trial. Joining me to talk about that situation is Laurie Wilson whose child was the victim. Lori thank you very much for joining me. Now, could you walk us through what is in? We've got to use the, the legal language year because the case hasn't gone to trial, the alleged language, but you are what you say happened to your child.

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"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"The the fetal heartbeat legislation. I don't think it's going to be because of abortion, they'll they'll certainly portrayed such. I think a bigger issue for Republicans Xers could be the David Ralston situation. I think you will see Republicans a battered and bruised over David Rolston next year in the suburbs. And they're going to do their best. The Democrats are to try to claim that it's all related together. Treatment of women and on and on goes, man, go Roulston is going to be a huge liability. He really is. And there are some members of the statehouse who behind the scenes or circulate letters of support for him. But by and large an. A number of them really wish. Someone would save them from themselves, and that's kind of troubling. When you think about it that you have members of the state house who know Rolston needs to go are too scared of him to do something themselves, and they are desperate for a Brian Kip. Jeff Duncan led coalition to publicly say or privately clo- Rawson to the governor's mansion in say, it's time for you to go. You're going to weigh down. I can't stress enough to you that Republicans must do well next year on the ballot. They must why because of redistricting whoever wins next year is going to draw the lines for the next decade in Georgia. So Republicans have to win they've got to keep the legislature in order to draw the lines. But there are going to be some really close races in the suburbs. This also impacts the state party chairman's race. I wonder if either of the Scott Johnson from Cobb County and former looted gouzer alumnae in states that are David Roulston running for state party chair. Now, Scott Johnson is a great guy. And he would make a great party chairman. I'm supporting I don't have a vote in the matter, but David Ralston, I've been David Ross David Shaffer, and I've been friends forever. And I would gladly support David Schafer. I think he would be natural at the job given his background his years about its end. The fact that he was an executive director of the state party back in the day. When Republicans started making gains in the state. Whoever is the state party chairman, though, are they going to sit up, you know, it would not surprise me. If somebody stood up and tried to force one of them to take position on this. Listen, it's going to be alive. Ilise, you everybody knows it's going to be a liability issue. The only people who don't think it's going to be liability issue or the people who privately no is going to be liability issue or but are too scared of David Ralston to say so one of those guys stand up and say he needs to go. It's going to be very interesting to see particularly with state party convention coming up in two weeks. Now, I need to switch gears to something local, hyper local if you will but relevant. There is a meeting coming up in fifteen minutes in hushed in of the city council. Chris Joyner of the JC has a story out today. The mayor of hush then allegedly withheld a job candidate from consideration for city administrator because he's black. AJC investigation is they've dug in on this. And there are two members of city council who say that this happens happened the candidate. Well, you know, what I don't wanna drag him into the news is not his fault. He was discriminated against. But he said that as a black man applied for executive government positions as most other sales. He's not shocked. If this was the case, he didn't recall hearing, the mayor make any statements that suggest prejudice or hostility. But let me read you this. The mayor reportedly made her comments to a member of the hushed city council. Inner overheard whispered or at a closed-door session of the council may fourth councilwoman hope weeks said the mayor repeated them to her in the parking lot after the meeting, according to a document released by the city. The mayor proceeded to tell me that the candidate was real good. But he was black and we don't have a large black population. And she just didn't think Kush was ready for it. So apparently, the mayor of hushed thinks that the people of hosted are a bunch of racists..

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"david shaffer" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"david shaffer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"So the twenty nine thousand nine state will the Tino's conference open to the to the public. How do you find out if sign up did let folks know that you'd like to participate? I would go to WWW dot the dot ORG. If you look under the events tab, you scroll down hit state of Latinos and all the information you need is right there. And we've got viewers who perhaps could use the assistance in any one of those five series of the proof. Services that are provided by the Latin American association same thing. Yeah. Well, we have often we have our main office in before highway twenty seven fifty highway Brookhaven so just just north of Lennox road. That's our main office, but we also have an office in downtown Lawrenceville in office in Athens, and we just opened office in Dalton Georgia. So we welcome you to come to our offices. And and we we we work with different organizations as well. So we cannot help you there ourselves. We no obligation that we have that we've collaborate with that can that can help you. So whether it is because we get we get all types of issues people coming in. So we talk if. From the family will be inside that comes with a crisis. We have a case worker there just to stabilize the situation, but we worked with different decision that we can refer those people too. David shaffer. Anything else that you wanted to make sure that we talked about why let you know, we we appreciate your time. You know, we appreciate the fact that we tell the community about this. That we have. We've been around for forty years, you know, that population. I think it's an integral part now the life of the Georgia. You know, and and we hope to make an impact, you know, we have a lot of Latino Dow already people that were born here, we go into the second generation, and we're we're very para community. But you know, it takes takes collaboration with all different different folks of the state of Georgia to work together and make our home this home right now to make our home better for us better for our community. So we appreciate your time actively and civic engagement indeed does build a stronger community. And that's why we decided that that topic. I think Davis last year, we had a large overview of the impact the challenges and contributions, they Latino community in Georgia. This time we want to make sure that that our community can get engaged and hopefully make a difference in the lives so not on their community. But in the lives of the state of Georgia that we have that we call home right now. Absolutely, David Schaeffer, an evil tourists. Thank you very much. Thank you. Perspectives is a half hour. We produce bleep you in mind. If there's something you think we ought to be talking about let me hear from you. Tweet me. My handle is condo twenty nine on Twitter. Or leave a message on our Facebook page. We do appreciate your listening and hope you'll be back next week at this same time as we examine another perspective. This is a traffic rental or.

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Georgia governor's race: Cagle, Kemp headed to GOP runoff vote, Dems choose Abrams as nominee

Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Georgia governor's race: Cagle, Kemp headed to GOP runoff vote, Dems choose Abrams as nominee

"In the traffic center steve winslow wsb continuing team coverage of the race were on governor casey k go wins the republican primary but doesn't get enough votes to avoid a runoff with secretary of state ryan camp wsb political analyst bill crane i think nathan deal they have to come off the sidelines he's not then actively involved with eighty four percent approval ratings and going out kind of you know with the sunset behind him you may see him get engaged in this race and in this runoff the winner of the gop runoff on july twenty four th will face democrat stacey abrams in november the former house minority leader easily beat former state representative stacey evans racer tenant governor will feature a runoff between republicans david shaffer and jeff duncan sarah emeco wins the democratic primary over triana james johns creek state representative brad raffin burger and alfa reta mayor david belle isle will meet in the gop runoff for secretary of state former congressman john barrow wins a three candidate race for the democratic nomination republican jim avoids a runoff with jay florence to win the gop nomination for insurance commissioner and the democratic primary janice laws defeated cindy zeldin state school superintendent richard woods wins the republican primary over former superintendent john barge democrats oath thorton ansett chapman will meet in a july twenty four th runoff for a complete list of georgia election results go to wsb radio dot com wsb sports brokenbat on contact he's coming.

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