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Project Veritas Founder James O'Keefe on EcoHealth, DARPA and Fauci Lying Under Oath

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 11 months ago

Project Veritas Founder James O'Keefe on EcoHealth, DARPA and Fauci Lying Under Oath

"James, I want to ask you, you also exposed this story. I think last week, doctor Robert Malone and Naomi wolf say that this is bigger than The Pentagon papers. So it's potentially civilizational altering stuff. The story has multiple parts, one with darpa, and then one with potential suppression of early treatments. There's a mention of the trusted truth initiative. James, can you kind of update our audience on this story? So these were documents that, again, were transmitted to us from a source. I wonder if the FBI will raid me again that you're starting to certainly sense a pattern here. It's absurd. I won't tell you who the source is, but we received documents from inside the Department of Defense, specifically darpa, defense advanced research projects agency in Arlington, Virginia, which is a division of the Department of Defense, and these documents were authored by a major in the United States Marine Corps who was a fellow at darpa. So effectively they're sort of Pentagon papers that we've broken last week. And the documents state that eco health alliance, this group approached darpa in the Department of Defense for a gain of function research on COVID born coronaviruses in March of 2018. The Defense Department rejected this proposal on the grounds it was too risky. It was too dangerous. So our department defense thought, no, now that we can't proceed with this research for obvious reasons, it was lead to, I don't know, a pandemic or something. And then the Marine Corps major writes in this document, but Anthony Fauci, as head of naid, a proceeded with this research. So the Marine Corps statements, obviously a credible source here inside darpa, would seem to indicate that Doctor Fauci live under oath. Now Charlie, we break the documents and the very next morning Fauci is being questioned by senator Marshall and Fauci does address project veritas mentions us by name, authenticates the documents, but calls into question the credibility of this report and the Marine Corps guy who wrote it. And I believe Fauci is playing semantic games because obviously there were two separate proposals here. Fauci didn't see the precise identical proposal that eco health alliance approached darpa with, it was a different one, but fascinating stuff. And I think that there'll be more whistleblowers and documents coming out as a result of this exposure.

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"department defense" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"department defense" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"That's fifty seven percent fully vaccinated sixty four percent with one dose. First of all. I want to read a story here. From if i'm how israel they're fully vaccinated. It's not even working. But if the my numbers show me correctly that shows that a rough average of twenty four percent of all active duty personnel have not received a shot and the mandate is looming in a couple of weeks. So let's pretend through force and intimidation. They're able to get that down to fifteen percent. Are you trying to tell me with one point. Three million active duty personnel. The biden regime is willing to dishonorably discharged. Two hundred thousand active military personnel. Is that what they're willing to do. That's their position. That john kirby and the head of the department defense is willing discharge. Two hundred thousand people that have signed up to serve their country and they don't wanna take a vaccine that is showing that it does not even work like they say it's working forty two percent efficacy from pfizer. Meanwhile we have reports people dropping dead after getting the vaccine. They can't walk after they get the vaccine thousands and thousands of emails of people that have experienced that and by the way. We haven't checked out bears in a while. House bears doing connor. Senator ron johnson talked about that fact. I think i sent something on that last evening. We were prepping for the show so much news going on. So it's this senator. Ron johnson is in american hero said quote. I see no rush to. I see no need to rush the fda approval for any process for these three cova vaccine's expediting. The process appears to only serve the political purpose of imposing and enforcing vaccine mandates as of august twentieth. There's twelve thousand seven hundred ninety one worldwide deaths that we know of associated with the three cove in nineteen vaccines according to various of the debt. Four thousand six hundred thirty two or thirty six point. Two percent occurred within two days of the vaccination according to there's a total five hundred seventy one thousand eight hundred thirty one adverse events were reported including fifty one thousand two hundred forty two hospitalizations and sixteen thousand forty four permanent disabilities. Senator ron johnson. Noted that the twelve thousand seven hundred ninety one deaths eclipsed the eight thousand nine hundred sixty six deaths related every single vaccine that we've ever had sense fares was created thirty one years ago. Senator ron johnson says quote. I'm receiving a growing number of letters from doctors and nurses detailing the vaccine injuries. They are witnessing and treating together with the suppression. Censoring of this information. They are experiencing in fact. I was just with a group of nurses that came up to me at the school board meeting yesterday with masks six nurses they were all going to lose our job. They said charlie. You don't understand. We are seeing people. Come in every day that are paralyzed from the waist down. Because they're taking the vaccine and we're not allowed to talk about it in fact. These nurses told me that the adverse events are so bad that they have to find new ways to classify them in the system. We're not allowed to talk about that. And our media seems totally interested. In pursuing the story a friend of mine went into the emergency room with his son who was paralysed from the waist. Down at the first thing the emergency room care said. Oh is your expunges vaccinated. They know what to ask because they're seeing this happen so much. The ultra vaccinated. Israel's crisis is a dire warring warning to america according to daily beast dot com the daily beast dot com in jerusalem the massive massive surge of cova nineteen infections in israel one of the most an vaccine to countries on earth is.

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Is Biden Really Going To Dishonorably Discharge 200000 Unvaccinated Military Personnel?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Is Biden Really Going To Dishonorably Discharge 200000 Unvaccinated Military Personnel?

"Are you trying to tell me with one point. Three million active duty personnel. The biden regime is willing to dishonorably discharged. Two hundred thousand active military personnel. Is that what they're willing to do. That's their position. That john kirby and the head of the department defense is willing discharge. Two hundred thousand people that have signed up to serve their country and they don't wanna take a vaccine that is showing that it does not even work like they say it's working forty two percent efficacy from pfizer. Meanwhile we have reports people dropping dead after getting the vaccine. They can't walk after they get the vaccine thousands and thousands of emails of people that have experienced

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Taliban will no longer allow Afghans to go to Kabul airport for evacuation, spokesman says

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban will no longer allow Afghans to go to Kabul airport for evacuation, spokesman says

"Two members of Congress, Massachusetts Democrat Seth Moulton and Republican Peter Mayor of Michigan flew into the Kabul airport on announced they spent several hours on the ground, then flew back on another charter flight. Officials say State Department, Defense Department and White House officials were

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2 Congress members fly to Kabul amid chaotic evacuation

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

2 Congress members fly to Kabul amid chaotic evacuation

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting to members of Congress flight to Kabul amid the chaotic evacuation to members of Congress one Democrat and one Republican fluid to cobble airport announced Tuesday in a move that surprised the US officials representative Seth Moulton of Massachusetts and representative Peter Meyer of Michigan fluid on charter aircraft and we're on the ground at the Kabul airport for several hours a statement they said they went into their visit wanting to push the president to extend the August thirty first the deadline both lawmakers are military veterans who served in the region three officials who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity said the state department defense department and White House officials were furious about the incident Mike Crossey out Washington

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"department defense" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"department defense" Discussed on Radio Boston

"To be with. You could thank you for joining us also with us is. Tom nichols the professor of national security affairs at the us naval college in newport rhode island and a contributing writer at the atlantic tom to have you as well good to be back so listeners. They said we're gonna start with afghanistan almost twenty years into this two decades from nine eleven. What's your reaction to the situation. There and how is it. Impacting you hear. What's the right path forward for veterans gold star families and our afghan allies. Call us in weigh in at one. Eight hundred four two three eight two five five. That's one eight hundred four to three talk tom. In the last hour we heard again from president biden on the situation in afghanistan. He again said that the buck stops with him Actually let's hear just a little bit of that sound. From president biden as is the case. Whenever deploy our troops into harm's way. I take that responsibility seriously. I carry that burden every day. Just as i did when i was vice. President of my son was deployed to iraq for year. It'd be plenty of time to criticize second-guessed its operations over. But now now i'm focused on getting this job done. Tom is this biden's blunder. I think people have to be careful about separating the policy from the execution. I don't think the policy is blender. I think he's doing with the american public wanted Whether that's a good idea. It's something we can debate. You know as as the president said when it's all over but large majority of the american public want us to leave. This particular execution of this policy is a blunder There was almost no apparently almost no preparation state department defense department The executive departments were not coordinating with each other We did things even months ago. That now don't seem to make sense like giving a premier port And so i think although the president saying well you know we can criticize later. I think there's an an accountability issue that has motivated the president to say okay. This has to get better. This has to be done more competently. And i think that's perfectly legitimate question to ask even if you agree with the policy. You know michael. This administration billed itself as a steady hand a sort of return to classic american foreign policy making and and yet were sort of seemingly caught flatfooted by the situation in afghanistan. Is that a fair analysis. Yeah i think to some degree it is but you know it's early on in administration And there wasn't a easy transfer between administrations this. you know. I always make the distinction. There's an explanation and there's an excuse So we can talk about an explanation. But there's no excuse so the reality is first of all most just prayers out to the afghani people who are in these turbulent times that many of those interpreters those folks who supported our efforts in afghanistan left behind of fill a fill abandoned for those american citizens that are there enabled to make their way home. My prayers are with him to those families that have had soldiers lose their lives in afghanistan. who may feel like those lives were lost And twenty years later were just evacuating aghanistan. My presence with them as well. So yes i think biden administration absolutely did not exit afghanistan away that preserved Those afghani lives that could have been evacuated and move to a safer places and their families are at risk. Now it concerns me. I'm just deeply disturbed as a A person who is an american citizen. We left that country so Recklessly one eight hundred four two three eight to five five is the phone number..

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"department defense" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"department defense" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"But he didn't just leave them behind the rent Our encounter to other uh PFC Rangers, Uh, PFC Walls and Pollock. And indicated to him that the commander was back up the hill and, uh, you know he needed help. And so those two charged back up they were armed, still has some bullets, And so they literally charge back up the hill knowing what they're facing. And came upon the lieutenant. There they they killed three Chinese soldiers in the area, and then one of them picked him up. And while the other provided covering fire as they tried to move him down the hill and they can only carry them for it was bad tooth. That's probably 3 400 M. They had to get back down that hill because it's a slope. It's not, you know, 205 indicates it's 205 m high, But you're you know, you're you're going on the angle that hypothesis juice, you know, partners. So the right triangle there, so you're covering a lot more. Yes, it's in the 205. M and so and you're also being shot at and you're almost out of ammunition. And there's no support and and and apparently and one. So you know when they did come up to get him. That was the second time that he told he said, You know, save yourselves. Leave me behind, but they refused. They picked him up. They took him down. They got to a small ravines. And they took inventory there, and they literally were out of the no longer had any ammunition left. And they have one grenade, and they apparently both are all three of them. It kind of made a pact that we're not gonna be captured. This grenade will come in handy. You take care of us. Uh, so at that stage, the lieutenant pocket for a third time told his men to leave them behind. And they refused to do that. So he said, OK, fine. Put me on my back and just drag me down the hill by my arms and and that's what they did. They drug him down and you know he was suffering such pain. The joke was that you know, he kept muttering to himself. I'm a Ranger. I'm a ranger trying to keep from yelling out the pain. And finally, even in the end, you know he still was doing his job. As a commander to ensure that the enemy paid a heavy price for what they had just done to him and his rangers. So let me let me also give some background color to this, Uh, Ralph pockets served for 22 years, well beyond Korea. He actually has sought combat in Vietnam. When he retired in 1971. He had two distinguished service crosses. So he literally established and create. He created establish the Ranger standard, and he had the opportunity to be assigned, uh, when he came back to the states and is recovering from his wounds Do the infantile. You know the infant if its infancy I should say of the U. S. Army Ranger school. The course was just being started then, And he was one of the initial cadre. And so the standards that the school espouses today are primarily those very same standards that Colonel Pocket had created back with the Eighth Army Ranger company to train them. So So the Rangers standards start there. Well, it really It really shows you the impact one man. And with dedication and passion can give to his community. And we're talking about Colonel Ralph Pocket recipient of the Medal of Honor. What I want to do now, John, we're talking to Lieutenant Colonel John, like Richard. I want to turn to the Medal of Honor ceremony that you had the opportunity to attend for colonel pocket because I don't think many folks ever kind of get to have that experience. And and maybe What leads up to it a little bit. And and sort of. I can't even imagine what that day is like that you're not, you know, bursting out with pride for your for your friend and colleague here, So tell us a little bit about That whole White House ceremony that maybe the general public doesn't see. I mean, they're obviously quite obviously, there's a lot of, uh, background motion. In terms of coordination who's in it makes it even more difficult when it's under the time of Covid. Quite Obviously, you know, it's the 1st 1st Medal of Honor ceremony for President Biden to do as president and we're under you know some aspects of covid restrictions, and what that did is that restricted some of the numbers that we could bring in there, But we went without the masks, but Were tested prior to I went a year and a half without I had covid way back in February before last. I've had my shots. I went all this time without having my nose done. And then I got to get to swap for this, Uh, but it was well worth it. But there's a tremendous amount as you can appreciate. You know, the White House and it's actually led by the service. Whichever service the recipient is in this case is Department of Army and so the D. A lead, vast majority, the coordination efforts. They they're really the escorts, right? Nothing until they get to the White House. And then in the White House, the White House you know, they take over, But the department defense primarily takes the lead on all this type of stuff. And the D a department of Army G one that biology tenant General Gary Brito, Uh, they were. They were stellar. They were just exceptionally supportive of everything that we needed everything that I needed to get done, Uh, in terms of Laying things out getting orders. His uniforms squared away. Uh, And I mean, literally his uniforms fans three wars. He he was a cadet at the end of Second World War. So he is World War two. He has a victory meant all in there. He's Korea and he's Vietnam. So he spending, you know it's fan Three wars and so you know, we're able to put all that together. Uh and this man was so humble. You would not even wear the special forces tab because it was It came into existence after he retired. And when I, uh when I asked him about that, it's okay. We're gonna get this fixed. So we immediately got the orders cut for him, so I'll see. Now he's wearing the green. You know, you sit here and you think you know in the army you want to where you want to see, I be combat images bad you want to Ranger tab anyone special forces to have. I mean, if you can have those things and hear this man He did not wear his combat infantry badge after Korea for a while, because I didn't have orders for it. He didn't wear the special forces tab because he didn't have orders work. Uh, it's just amazing how humble and and sincere this guy is. But the Yeah, the ceremony itself is exceptionally unique. Obviously the recipient And, uh, And in this case here, his his wife are taken care of, and and managed by department defense. They handled everything, though In this instance there also was a friend associate who provided them private transportation coming up to D C, which was very nice didn't have to fly commercial air for that..

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"department defense" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"department defense" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"But he didn't just leave them behind. He ran he encountered two other are PFC. Rangers. Uh, PFC Walls and Pollock. And indicated to him that the commander was back up the hill and, uh, you know, he needed help. And so those two charged back up. They were armed. Still has some bullets. And so they literally charge back up the hill knowing what they're facing and came upon the lieutenant there, Uh, they killed three Chinese soldiers in the area, and then one of them picked him up. And while the other provided covering fire as they tried to move him down the hill and they can only carry him For it was bad tooth. That's probably 3 400 M. They had to get back down that hill. Of course, it's a slope. It's not, you know, 205 indicates it's 205 m high, but you're you know, you're you're going on the angle. The hypothesis, you know, partners, so the right triangle there, So you're covering a lot more distance in the 205 M and so and you're also being shot at and you're almost out of ammunition. And there's no support and apparently, and, uh one. So you know when they did come up to get him that Was the second time that he told he said, You know, save yourselves leaving behind, but they refused. They picked him up. They took them down. They got to a small ra vents and they took inventory there, and they literally were out of the no longer had any ammunition left. And they have one grenade, and they apparently both are all three of them. Kind of made a pact that we're not gonna be captured. This grenade will come in handy to take care of us. Uh, so at that stage, the lieutenant pocket for a third time told his men to leave them behind and they were Refused to do that. So he said, OK, fine. Put me on my back and just drag me down the hill by my arms and and that's what they did. They drug him down. And you know he was suffering such pain. The joke was that you know, he kept muttering to himself. I'm a Ranger. I'm a ranger trying to keep from yelling out the paint. And finally, even in the end, you know he still was doing his job as a commander to ensure that the enemy paid a heavy price for what they had just done to him and his rangers. So let me let me also give some Background color to this, Uh, Ralph pockets served for 22 years well beyond Korea. He actually has saw combat in Vietnam. When he retired in 1971. He had two distinguished service crosses, so he literally establishing create. He created and established the Ranger standard, and he had the opportunity to be assigned. When he came back to the states and is recovering from his wounds. Uh do, uh, the infantile, You know the infant if its infancy, I should say of the U. S Army Ranger school. The course was just being started then, and he was one of the initial cadre. And so, uh, the standards that the school espouses today are primarily those very same standards that Colonel Puckett had created backyard with the Eighth Army Ranger company to train in. So so the Rangers standards start there. There. Well, it really It really shows you the impact. One man with dedication and passion can give to his community and we're talking about Colonel Ralph Pocket. Uh, recipient of the Medal of Honor. What I want to do now, John, we're talking to Lieutenant Colonel John Locke retired. I want to turn to the middle of honor ceremony that you had the opportunity to attend for colonel pocket because I don't think many folks ever kind of get to have that experience. And and maybe What leads up to it a little bit. And and sort of. I can't even imagine what that day is like that you're not, you know, bursting out with pride for your for your friend and colleague here, So tell us a little bit about That whole White House ceremony that maybe the general public doesn't see. I mean, they're obviously quite obviously, there's a lot of, uh, background motion. In terms of coordination who's in it makes it even more difficult when it's under the time of Covid. Quite Obviously, you know, it's the 1st 1st Medal of Honor ceremony for President Biden to do as president and we're under, you know, then you know some aspects of covid restrictions. Uh, and what that did is that restrict to some of the numbers that we could bring in there, But we went without the masks, but We were tested prior to I went a year and a half without I had covid way back in February before last, I've had my shots. I went all this time without having my nose done. And then I had to get to swap for this, Uh, but it was well worth it. But there's a tremendous amount as you can appreciate. You know, the White House and Brian. It's actually led by the service. Whichever service the recipient is in this case is Department of Army, and so, uh, the D a lead a vast majority. The coordination efforts say they're really the escorts. For everything until they get to the White House. And then in the White House, the White House you know they take over, But the department defense primarily takes the lead on all this type of stuff and the the D H part of Army G one, led by Lieutenant General Gary Brito. There were there were stellar. They were just exceptionally supportive of everything that we needed everything that I needed to get done and in terms of Laying things out getting orders. His uniforms squared away. Uh, and I mean, literally. His uniform spans three wars. He was a cadet at the end of Second World War. So he is World War two. He has a victory mental in there. He's Korea and he's Vietnam. So he spanned span three wars and so you know, we're able to put all that together. And this man was so humble. He would not even wear the special forces tab because it was It came into existence after he retired. And when I, uh well, I ask Them about that. It's okay. We're going to get this fixed. So we immediately got the orders cut for him. So you'll see. Now he's wearing the green. You know, you sit here and you think you know in the army? You want to where you want to see. I be combat every truth bad. You want to raise your tabby one special forces to hand. I mean, if you can have those things and hear this man he did not wears combat infantry badge after Korea for a while because he didn't have orders for it. He didn't wear the special forces jab because he didn't have orders sort. Uh, yeah, It's just amazing How humble and and and sincere this guy. Is, but the the ceremony itself is exceptionally unique. Obviously the recipient And, uh and and in this case here, his his wife are taken care of, and and managed by department defense. They handled everything, though. In this instance there also was a friend and associate who provided them private transportation coming up to D. C, which was very nice. I didn't have to fly commercial air for that. And so came in. They put you up in a hotel, uh, and the division of Sharpton overlooking the Pentagon area of looking these See, it's right next to Arlington. Just an amazing view it in terms of sitting there and looking out. Uh and so, you know, we arrived in on that was on on Wednesday and then Thursday, you know, an opportunity to visit with the Pentagon and meet Secretary of the Army chief of Staff of the Army, um, and have lunch in such with them while we everyone else. The family and close friends had an opportunity to tour the Pentagon. Uh, certain aspects of it. Came back at Media Day event for for an hour or so set up an opportunity for him to make remarks there, and it's some questions and then the next day, you know you start off you go. You go to the White House and again how they treat recipients or the family associated with them. You get literally It's as though you're training us. If you're the president, United States in terms of putting you in a convoy, Police escorts you don't stop. You go through all the lights. I mean, it's it's a It's a Nice experience to observe into the part of from the inside. Oh, you got to the White House and the recipients go in, uh, through the front, so to say, and, um, well, you end up going in, and we did our swap, testing and verification of all that stuff..

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"department defense" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"department defense" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And our interest again, As it stated in our constitution, then Congress should do their job and they should have a formal declaration of war. Idaho Lieutenant Governor Janice McKeon supports legislative initiatives to restrict the use of a state's national guard in undeclared wars, which she believes are not included in Article one of the constitution allowing federal use of state militias for executing the laws of the nation. Suppressing insurrections and repelling invasions. It should be difficult to take our state militias and our active duty military into war without a congressional declaration of war. We have no business fighting in these foreign overseas misadventures, and so I don't see it as an anti war. I see it as a pro constitution measure. Midnight, both a former Marine and army veteran launched the defend the Guard initiative with other veterans and politicians from both parties to limit foreign deployments. National Guard troops only two wars formally declared by Congress. The 2000 and one war on terror resolution has allowed the past four presidents to send National Guard troops to fight in Afghanistan and Iraq without a declaration of war. Citizen soldiers were always meant to be the ones that defended American, not a standing army. And so if America needs to go to war, we should do it The right way. Now is the time to push back. To lay claim to our sovereignty as a state. Idaho State representative Ben Adams, a former Marine and Afghanistan veteran, is trying to get the defend The Guard initiative passed in Idaho. As our legislators in 30 other states with little success thus far in getting it to a vote there. The state restrictions are highly unlikely because that there's already a Supreme Court decision purpose versus the U. S. The date back digs back to the Reagan administration. Former National Guard Bureau deputy Chief of Staff Brigadier General David McGuinness doesn't believe the states will be able to limit federal control of the National Guard. Once the guard is mobilized for federal service from the context of any law or mobilized for training federal training as a reserve of the Army or Air Force. The states have no control over what the president or the department defense does with those units. Once you're in that status, it's hindered them because they're sometimes gone from their communities in times of real emergency stateside like Louisiana National Guard being gone during Katrina. Or the Oregon National Guard being pulled off the fires last season in the worst fire fighting season of their state history and sent to Afghanistan with the helicopters that they should have been fighting fires with in the past, people who sign up for the National Guard really weren't thinking about Going active duty of being deployed, or certainly going to war. Has that all changed? It definitely has changed. In the old days. It was joined the National Guard to avoid Vietnam after 9 11 that to me that all changed that we were in the in it to win it. And and to be warfighters and not just the state mission. Now I feel like we need to bring that back. The Idaho National Guard declined our interview request but sent us its rebuttal for giving the state the option to limit overseas deployments. It included the possibility of cutting federal military funding for not making the state's units available When called on. Why would the federal government pull all that awaits? It wouldn't make any sense. So you know, I think it's time.

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"department defense" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"department defense" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

"And yes Control joanne control. That's what it is but it's more than control who's controlling it department defense doesn't want to admit it but the last time we had a situation it was similar to this. When the when guests. Who joe biden senator. Then senator joe biden banned weapons of assault the nineteen ninety s amunition ran out other stockpiles. No was found out later that the military and department of defense was buying all the stock from the munitions makers and burning it. You look at some of the departments. If you look at the at the record and its historical record you can find the united states coast guard at an order. The coast guard. I there are other departments. Fbi cia coastguards easy to find records on. And i have some connections myself. Fifteen million rounds of ammunition. Fifteen million rounds of ammunition. They require less than a million rounds as a backup. Resource do not a military unit. Where the rest of the ammunition go and they destroy just like they destroyed the question. It mentioned in my in my little notes that come up here to like by listeners. About burning they burned things because they don't want they want them to not to ever be used if they fired the ammunition or the ammunition was left lane around somebody would take it home with them and use it for the personal use or it could reloaded if they if they fired it. You'd have cases that could be reloaded. Burning destroys everything. That's why they burn weapons. They burn guns that are turned in. So they've done their job folks. They've done their job. Let us have our firearms. Amendment guarantees a right to own firearms guarantees. It shall not be questioned. Nope we're not being questioned. Here's your guns. But guess what there's absolutely no constitutional right to own the ammunition that goes in those guns folks..

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"department defense" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"department defense" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Today or at Benjamin. More calm, Paulie met. Yes, I'm talking sports. I'm so excited Tuesday May 18 2021 dude. You're kidding me. Sometimes. I'm like, Yeah. I don't have one for you today. Good. What do you got No one to follow up on this one because we had grass. It was buzzing around yesterday and one of scaring little Rory Murphy last night, so I hope he's not listening. It's the raging story on Sunday night from 60 minutes. That still has legs. Two days later, he 60 minutes. What were they doing? But the U. S government now, finally acknowledging. The UFO. Polly, I've been telling you for years. Yeah, they're out there. We'll do doubt now buzzing around now observing. It's getting real. Now. Come down. What happened? 60 minutes. Finally got us government officials to cop to it Was Tom Cruise involved My next way for Mayfield involved. Yeah, You're right. That's right. He's not a believer keeps doing it because he's coming out like that. And I saw one. Isolate Baker. I'm like Baker. I got your back on this. I know that the military is recently confirming the authenticity of several videos and images. All these pilots like that. Another one going encounters with unidentified flying objects, fueling questions about the Pentagon knows next month, the office of the director of National Intelligence and and other agencies are scheduled to deliver unclassified reports on UFO's to Congress. It is getting real palling back. Where is the Richard Dreyfuss? Mashed potatoes? So he's gonna be walking up that ramp pretty soon. Here are the peanut Eminem. Yeah. Where the mailboxes rattling. What of the recent pieces? Murphy? Where's the mechanical monkey doll with the symbols who start smashing the symbols. They're going to examine how the Pentagon changing member they're gonna examine how the Pentagon has handled these reports. The department defense will And the sources told CNN. That will be more enquiries in the near future is that these were handled nice. Unbelievable. Dude, it's getting real. What's the reaction? Gonna be like? Will it be like if they come down and they want to, like, hang out and meet us and you know, I don't know, Coach they wanted, like somehow, like touch touch base with the human species. Will it be a Dreyfuss like guy who's all cool ones? Like who do we send to rep us? I think as one man and one man only Steph, do what you do. Okay. I think you might have to write an alien version. Where Steph Steph represent represents us to the alien. I like what you're saying that you know what I would have is his second in command. Like his lieutenant figure. I would have Matthew McConaughey with him. Because he can chill up anybody former committee like a superhero's five humans to rep us. Hey, man, we're all fine. Same. You first. Read it. I mean, like you could just imagine Willie Mays on that list. Your five greatest living Americans is that away. So, your world I mean, we can go. We can go outside the world to rep. The human species. All right, Species deal, though. I may be wonder going up there. Why not place to settle? Calm him down to get him on the keys and Dolly Parton. Dolly Dolly needs to be a part of that might be transfixed by Dolly. They could get distracted. Yeah. Take.

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"department defense" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"department defense" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You know, as far as this fire isco your listers. He done your stand that the NIH was funding. A lab in North Carolina and Dr C in China and what they did. They took the original stars violence, and they combined with another virus called Red G 13. But what people need to know that's the closest known virus to cope in 19. That's out there that we've been able to find. So they did some gymnastics with those two viruses and came up with the mosaic. And anyway, Dr Fauci wants to say that's not gain of function studies. I disagree with him, but that's why we need to look into this. Well. Here we are. 15 months devices on the House floor. Concerned about this virus is the key questions have not been answered. Was this virus leaked from Wuhan Lab. And is that naturally occurring or is this something that was concocted in the lab? And does did the United States have some sort of funding to it? Maybe not exactly to the final step. But word do we participate in that in that process, making a virus into a super virus? That's where we are. You mean there's a possibility. We assisted in this. Why? I think that, you know, I hate to jump to that conclusion, but But you put the pieces together here and we were we developed a humanized mouth. It would have the receptor the same receptor that the Copen 19 users, So we helped develop that. And we taught Doctor she how to combine Stars one with red G 13 and we, but we don't know what happened after there. That's why we need to investigate it. We have no idea what happened there. There's no precursors. To covert 19 and that red G 13 viruses well, so you've got more questions that I can answer, but But China could disprove me right? They could show prove that I'm wrong and that's all we're asking. Show us the lab work. Let us talk to the people. We hope. This is not a virus that's been made in a lab, but but we need to know that for sure this is too dangerous. It's too important. That for all of us to know that answer. Is there any I guess, because we're talking about a hostile regime here, and they never the Chinese never got as much pushback or threatened or or frankly, Intimidated by any American president. But for Donald Trump, who insisted on free and fair trade and imposed tariffs on China that they'd never had before. I mean, is there Do you see any possibility that this was a attack on the United States? Or is that not even on the table? Well, I'd like to think that I'm going to give folks the benefit of the doubt You could convince me they were studying this. It hopes of developing vaccines to future future stars like viruses. I think we need to get them the better. To the doubt, Shawn. But But here's my question in 2013 President Obama shut down gain of gain of function for viruses there with a few loopholes that only Anthony Fauci could supersede that and maybe somebody else that NIH. Those loopholes continue in 2017 after an exhaustive study, this is restarted. My question for Dr Bounty this morning was. Did you consider the dual use of this of this research or did not enter your mind that doing this research with China? That this could end up in their military hands or terrorist hands. Was there anybody in that room from a national security standpoint? The State Department, the department defense saying, Whoa, this stuff is more powerful than a nuclear weapon. Potentially What are the guardrail surrounding that? And by golly, we're working on that hearing as well. And what legislation we need to come up with? Put those guardrails. On gain of function studying. This has huge, huge potential consequences if you've got if placed in the wrong hands, Quick break more with Dr Roger Marshall. Senator Marshall from the great State of Kansas, on the other side will get to your calls. Gonna remind you now are friends of Cha Minnie. Because of the popularity of their amazing mothers, they sell their extending in an extra week..

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"department defense" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"department defense" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Of psalm. I saw the pentagon no not this one but anyways the pentagon confirmed again another video. That just came out here ago. Pentagon ufo video so department defense department confirms league video of unidentified unidentified aerial phenomena is real. And it's like these these flying pyramids bro fucking just going like stargate who Who who owns those shuki. I feel like there's a specific race of being. And i would love to know like in me and my buddy actually at work. We're just talking about this to go like to know too. We're waiting for this to come out and then finally to leak or just release in general but the thing is for all the people listening and if something happens where you f. o. Show up out of nowhere and you see a fleet of ufo or one massive mothership or whatever you go. I'd freak out too. We also be skeptical because of shows like the and everything. If you've never watched v. a. Was in the eighties where they redid it in two thousand ten and it's about a group of being showing up that look human and they end up being reptilian and the guy that played freddy krueger robert england actually starting the original v. My dad used to fuck and watch this shit and is literally based on whether shape up till the you see on the page. That person the strange who podcast page where it's like the guidance face splits and there's like a reptile inside of it. That's from that show. So my whole thing is that there is a possibility not even that side of using technology and chemtrails to create images in the sky to make you think showed up so even if they some happens round mc well. I can see that. I'm still going to be skeptical. Which is fucked. because like. I'm so i believe that they're here in but it'd be that obvious they show up. It's going to be a lot more apparent than what the government thinks is going to happen. So the second coming of jesus. Yeah yeah They're also doing also without shit where there's that theory. What fucking get into episode. But like how they're gonna they're gonna take like the theory of Maybe we'll talk about six loubier. That's what was going to say about. We'll talk about. Some strange wants is that they're gonna take like buddha. And jesus and fucking muhammed and all these people have different and they're gonna fucking more from together into one one. Everyone will see. So barack obama saying that. Primary evidence of the woodcut from sixteen. Seventy eight woodcut actually illustrates. What in folklore is called a mowing devil. Legend in which english farmer told a worker with whom he'd been feuding with he would rather pay the devil himself to cut his own field. Then pay the fee demand. So essentially the they're saying all could be faked and this guy's i'd rather pay the devil than and then fuck up my crops. The the popular theory back then with crop circles was that it was the work of satan. Of course it's like no and shit. Yeah does cutting away at his corn might gad dams back then they always just how in the in the dark ages. They literally took religion to such burn people alive. Because i'd go back in Friday guys listen. Listen to the mass hysteria episode that we covered strange podcasts. Because we'd like dive. Deep in that shit about the mass hysteria..

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"department defense" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"department defense" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Mean In Australia. The porter Darwin is owned by China. And when it happened, their parliaments like how the hell did that happen? Who sold this port that China? So they do it under the radar. Where in America do you see our vulnerability to China then because I had heard this and I don't expect you to know all things, but they are buying and owning wind farms in our country, so as when we switched to a bigger push to go to alternative fuels and alternative methods of making electricity. And you know you just supporting ourselves that they'll own. The stakes of that game. Is that true? Yeah, well, I can't speak specifically wind farms. But I'll tell you that every corporation in China by their constitution has to help the kind of China Communist Party every single corporation. So the United States we have capitalism wherever he's fighting each other, so Google trying to do something I'm building Google Glass and Amazon says I'm gonna compete against Google Glass, and I got Alexa and you've got this or that, whatever. They don't have to help the United States of America. In fact, one thing that's kind of annoying as we had Project Navan, which is an artificial intelligence thing done by the department defense. We just basically weren't research artificial intelligence. On most people like you know, they don't understand. People really understand how the department Vince's help their everyday life. Your microwave in your house. Exists because we researched department sense researched microwave weapons, the Internet you're sending your email on was invented by the department effect. Let the entire computer industry was invented by department fence. And so they want to do some artificial intelligence stuff on Ben, The next thing you know all the Employees, a duel or like or I'm not gonna. I'm not working to help somebody kill somebody, Which wasn't the whole point of this thing, but they'll do in China. They'll go over work in China all day long, and everybody in China's doing artificial intelligence while they're trying to do it to make a buck. Everything they make has to go. The Chinese Communist Party. On, so we're kind of unfair advantage on that. We're so busy trying to profit off of our widgets and wheels, and we find the government invasive and over there, they're like we're going to put this to use both commercially for the pleasure of the people in the shopping malls and everything, but also for the nefarious reasons that the government wants. Well, yeah, the five years, five years going out while way, Um That whole thing is just riddled with it. You know, people.

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"department defense" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"department defense" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"A switch from the Air Force is Airman Basic Airman Airman, First Class Senior Airman and staff sergeant. Space forces that the people should address troops in the first four rings. As specialists, however, abbreviations or the full titles will also be acceptable. Enlisted system continues on to technical surgeon and then chief Master Sergent. And unlike their force, there is no command Chief Master Sergeant. I'm a listener rings. The top enlisted member will now be known as chief Master Sergent of the Space Force. Now, while the rings will stay the same in the officer side, the space force has decided to call this top breath Chief of space operations and vice chief of space operations. As compared to the Air Force's chief and vice chief of staff. Guardians will continue wearing the same air force rank insignias like to shiver in patches, at least while the space force finalizes new designs sometime in the coming months, they're even asking troops to weigh in on the future of the enlisted space for insignias. This decision comes shortly after the space force's first birthday, as well as a previous announcement that the services members will be known as Guardians, Space Force mission, spam ballistic missile warnings, GPS guidance for personnel and weapons, satellite communications and other missions that have been around for years under the Air Force. Proponents say those jobs will become increasingly important and difficult as countries jockey for free rein in space. As they search for general neutral terms with more combat ethos. Some instead pushed the department defense to adopt navel rings. Now, for example, Star track used navel rings because they thought it made better sense when talking about a space ship. And for decades, the public has gotten you so those maybe ranks at least in regards to space. So although many of the military and even the White House like the Pope fund at the new space Force, I think it's great that the service is working hard to make its own identity. Roll into freedom. I'm sure for Mr Roland asked me. Thank you, Colonel. Thanks rolling. I learned things about our military every time you share Straight ahead on front lines of freedom will discuss Turkey and Iran with Leela Gilbert. Then we'll meet Vietnam vet John Twist who lost his vet son. All this is coming up. Colonel Denny Dillon. You're standing tall in front lines of freedom. I'll be right back Troops. It's time for sit ups. Start with 50 good.

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"department defense" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"department defense" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm Debra Mark, We have accident. Attorney Sweet Change Bergner on the line. We've known James for years. He's the one you call. If you ever get into an accident, you could reach him at Sweet James dot com. James, Welcome to the Johnny Kensho. Thanks for having me. Hey, James. A lot of wacky things happen and something California. I wanted to talk to you about Jet back guy That's been flying around l a X and I guess. Say, you being the sharp eyed attorney. What's the liability here of something disastrous happens? Oh, my gosh. Sure. You've got a guy some unknown, unregistered, unplanned flight and where the most complex and crowded airspace is in the entire world that air spaces for commercial airliners and just illegal flying in that space. So he's tinkering in his garage and wants to be some superhero and he's flying up in that commercial space, and he's going to face a litany of problems because of an accident. The FAA confined motel quarter of a million dollars and put him in jail for a year. But the FAA can also coordinate with other agencies Department defense, Homeland Security, FBI and local authorities. For additional enforcement action. So this guy could just be up the creek. Yeah, If he gets sucked into an engine and brings down a jet is the airline responsible? Could passengers and families sue, they would likely have that sort of insurance coverage. But the primary culprit would be jetpack Guy. I imagine he wanted some suit. Cool superhero name like Iron, Eagle or wing defender. Can't believe they haven't tracked him down yet. Yeah, a couple of times twice. I mean, he's out in the open air clearly in pub. Like he's on video. Nobody. Nobody at the airport Security traced him attractive yet it's hard to believe. Thank God it's a pandemic was less flights up there. I guess that's very true. You know, part of me wishes that he gets whisked away into some special secret government agency with a bunch of other oddballs to save America. But likely is you're going to get changed left on him and that'll be the end of them. Maybe he'll jet pack into the inauguration or something that was actually being there Anything sweet James Burger If you give her get into an accident, he's the one to call 805 152 100. That's it. 805 152 100 Sweet James, calm investors and Ri A provides up to 18 to 21% bonuses annually on the real estate portfolio. Go toe and ri a dot net for more live by local am 6 40 I Heart radio station.

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"department defense" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"department defense" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"California business leaders warn the new tax would chase more corporations out of California. Here's Cape because Aubrey Aquino, a potential $2 billion tax hike, proposed in a B 71 would hit wealthy multinational corporations doing business in California. With that revenue designed to address the states homeless crisis. Very broom of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council thinks it's not the solution as the state is experiencing an exodus of its tech giants. My suspicion is Attacks like this will accelerate employees leaving the state. It'll accelerate job lost all those jobs that you lose those folks. You're paying 11 to 13% in contact. So now would you lose the taxes of the employer itself the company but you lose the tax income from the employees. However, supporters of the measure say people aren't moving because of taxes but because of the state's housing and homeless crisis, operate Aquino News 93.1 kfbk and cave because Aubrey Aquino will join us in about 10 minutes with how this will impact Kelly. For in this economy. Roseville High School school officials pulling the plug on a plan to return to in person learning. Nearly 20 teachers and a dozen staff members are in quarantine and 17 students have tested positive for the virus since January, 3rd So school administrators are hoping to resume in person instruction there by January. 25th. Federal officials say human on extremist groups of you the breach of the U. S Capitol last week as a success. Here's KFBK is my power. The bulletin written by the National Counterterrorism Center and the Justice and Homeland Security Department, Federal officials said that extremist groups have been galvanized by the death of a Cuban on followers shot by police as she tried to enter the heavily protected speaker's lobby as an act of martyrdom. The bulletin specifically warned about extremists who had here to Cuba. Duncan's Piercy theories, saying they're aiming to trigger a race war. And they may exploit the aftermath of the capital breach by conducting attacks to destabilize and force a climactic conflict in the United States. And as the threats rise. The number of National Guard troops in Washington D. C may ultimately stretch beyond 20,000 Mike Power News 93.1 KFBK new poll out this morning shows a majority of Americans favor barring Donald Trump from holding office again. Here's KPK correspondent Michael Kastner. The ABC News Washington Post poll found. Nine in 10 Americans opposed January 6 attack and seven and 10 say President Trump bears some responsibility about 56% of the national survey Support efforts in Congress tow bar Trump from holding elected office again and 54% say Trump should be charged criminally with inciting a riot. Over half of those polled said the events of last week made them less confident in the stability of democracy in the U. S. Michael Kastner. Let's get you caught up now in this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk watchdogs of the Justice Department, Defense Department.

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"department defense" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"department defense" Discussed on KCRW

"Final numbers will be provided from the United States. Secret Service. Thank you can expect to see somewhere upwards beyond 20,000 members of the National Guard that will be here in the footprint of the District of Columbia Washington, D. C. Police chief Robert Conte yesterday describing the military presence in the nation's capital next week. When Joe Biden will take the oath of office and become the 46 president, and for some context that is four times the number of troops currently in Iraq and Afghanistan combined. On Inauguration day, the National Mall will be closed and the Secret Service is taking all kinds of precautions to prevent another violent assault. And it's not just D. C. State capitals across the country are bracing for demonstrations. Or at worst Armed insurrection here in California Governor Gavin Newsom activated the National Guard today. He promised Monday he would do that if he thought it was necessary. Everybody is, I think high alert in terms of just making sure that everybody is safe protected people's free speech. Be advanced, but there's no violence. We're gonna talk about all this now with Garrett Graff. He's a journalist historian, and he works on cybersecurity issues at the Aspen Institute. Welcome back to press play, Garrett. Thanks so much for having me Now, You wrote just today that as the country prepares for more violence, there is a dangerous leadership vacuum at the top of the pyramid at the agencies that are supposed to keep us safe. At the federal level. What's happening? S O. Historically presidential transitions. Presidential inaugurations air, always one of the most fraught and security conscious moments in American calendar, and never before since 9 11. Have we ever gone into a presidential transition? With, uh, acting attorney general in acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary or in acting Secretary of defense this year. We actually have all three uh, positions vacant. Uh, none of them have been in their jobs for more than a few weeks. And actually, the Department of Homeland Security secretary has only been his job for a matter of hours after acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf Resigned at the end of Monday night. So this is a very challenging moment for the U. S government. It's a very threatening landscape for all of the reasons that listeners just heard. And yet the U. S government has never had the level of vacancies on temporary officials overseeing its national security agencies, as it does right now, Four of the seven largest federal law enforcement agencies have temporary leaders right now. And in fact, Isis director, the third largest federal law enforcement agency, quit last night after just two weeks on the job, meaning that this morning the eighth Acting ice director started this morning. Well and is part of the reason why they national guard wasn't called up quickly enough. Last week was, you know bye. The department defense is that because of all of this, um olives, vacancy in turmoil and and you know, overturning of jobs is that because there is a new Relatively new secretary of defense is that one of the reasons Obviously they're going to be all sorts of investigations, and we're going to know a lot Maura about the decision making that went into the colossal Bismol strategic failure of the Capitol police to do their most basic job last Wednesday. What we do know right now is that it seems like they were probably at least three different major factors at play. One was the Police department's underestimated the law enforcement officials underestimated the level of violence. And the size of the crowds that they were going to face. Why that happened seems like a massive strategic intelligence failure. The second is, uh, that there was some concern about the legacy of last summer's protests in the wake of George Floyd. The sense that They wanted to maintain a lighter footprint of federal troops of federal law enforcement in the capital to avoid the types of overreaction that we saw last summer that was just his controversial in different directions. The third factor is, in some ways. The most troubling, which is it seems like that There was a very.

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"department defense" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"department defense" Discussed on WJR 760

"You could call on that. To help on an international project. I think Congress understands that as well. So it is certainly an important part of our funding to know that Universities are part of the equation in solving the challenges in the developing world. Sin arrest that you mentioned Dr Murari serve 80, because, as you may know, I had the pleasure of doing some international work with him both in Mexico and in the Paul and as you said, he's he's clearly citizen, an international citizen and And extremely good evaluation. That expert no question about that. But you know, you mentioned the importance of people understanding. Foreign assistance. Aziz, you will know a lot of people across the political spectrum question the efficacy and the amount that we spend on foreign assistance. What is it that folks should keep in mind when considering this this question when we look at foreign assistance on sort of foreign policy in general We say there are Three branches of government, three arms That carry out our U. S national security policy and I'll say this is security. The three legs to our national security stool, so to speak, our diplomacy That's the State Department. Defense. That's our armed services and development. And that's Yusa idea. And people like me and people like the MSU. Uh Students and professors that are working an international development and any given time one of these three branches Are doing what you need in foreign policy and national security to try to ensure a more stable world. Sometimes the tools you need to use. His is just diplomacy is just good communications and ah lot of negotiations, whether it's on trade agreements or anything else. Sometimes the situation has gotten bad that it is going to be defense. And other times. It's going to be a combination that uses all three and development will be part of that. That's what I saw in Afghanistan. More of Kirk Kind. Z's conversation with MSU alumna Patricia Orla wits in a moment. Handles 30 minute pop fried things should be fun. Okay, Ballot on who's ready to work? Here we go. Don't forget to breathe. Good idea. Get out home Motivation. We are climbing through this chorus. Let's get it anytime you want it bump up that intensity. Give it all you have..

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"department defense" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"department defense" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Butter are buy one. Get one free When you shop with your club card Traffic, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons names 93.1 kfbk. Today we will see clear sunny skies with highs reaching 58 tomorrow morning fog that will clear up in the afternoon with highs near 57. Then Thursday, expect morning fog highs around 55. Really right now. In Sacramento, it is 37 degrees Stockton 39 in woodland. It is 45 degrees, Okay. It's time for a little bit of news from your neighborhood. We're bringing Mr Albert Parnell. And Sounds like reinforcements are on the way for some local hospitals. Yes, that is correct. This is coming out of San Joaquin County, so extra medical person now are being sent to to San Joaquin County Hospital. The U. S department defense is sending them today. Vince's health of Lodi Memorial Hospital in Dameron hospitals. Stockton are each getting 39 new medical staff. These hospitals were chosen because they have enough space to expand to the county's ICU capacity is still at 0%. Well, see, that's the deal, guys. I mean, all across California. This has become a really big issue. Southern California's hating, hammered and it's not just there. And when we talked earlier, Aubrey about right out hospital locally of the National Guard has been called in because they're seeing a spike in cases as well. Yeah, well, San Joaquin, in particular has Hit pretty hard by sister is a nurse is Stanford in Palo Alto, and she's usually pretty calm, but actually last night talking to she's like it's getting bad. And for her to say that, Okay, I know it's getting bad, and she works at Stanford and sure. Stanford. Yeah, all this time I had been asking. Have you seen any differences and she was like, No, no, no. And then yesterday She said. It's absolutely you can tell. It's it's getting back. And it's a strain on all the medical stuff. You know, we did a story about I don't know if your sister is aware of this. You probably is about how they freelance nurses around the country. Yeah, are being called in at the clip of like 10 to $14,000 per week. Yeah, I mean, she said, it's no problem if she wants to pick up an extra shift. I mean, they'll take it. Oh, I'm sure they will. Well, we're right in the thick of a big surge in one of the other big concerns is with so many people traveling over this particular holiday season that we may see another one Another wave, maybe in four or five weeks and I mean people. People aren't staying home necessary. Not necessarily. We're going to take a three minute break. We're gonna get the latest in the Nashville bombing. There seems like every morning every new developments and we'll get the very latest on that in three minutes. Sacramento's number one for breaking news and it is 93 point. Local news Top story graphic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons and weather the winter storm heading our way. Sacramento's news 93.1.

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"department defense" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"department defense" Discussed on WTOP

"38 now in Manassas, 41 at Metro Center, and our thermometer hasn't budged this morning. Still 39 degrees outside of our studios. It's 9 11. Now Congress is finally set to approve major coronavirus relief legislation Today after months of bitter political battles in negotiations, Joining us live now from Capitol Hill is W. T. O. P s Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller. It's what are some of the key components of this package. Now that they finally brought it over the finish line. Well, Bruce, as we've been reporting, the $600 direct payment goes to individuals, but it also includes $600 for a child. So that means $2400 for a family of four. Anyone making over $99,000 a year, however, will not get this check and it gets scaled down his earnings go up. Also, there's the $300 a week and unemployment benefits that will last through mid March. The original proposal had them lasting until April That could start just a few days after Christmas. It also extends the rental eviction and moratorium. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is on the floor now. She just praised that provision and says overall, this is a good bipartisan bill. One other thing, small businesses will be getting more funding through the paycheck protection program. Restaurants didn't get the direct aid that they had been lobbying for, but they will get some tax benefits. Was also a deduction for corporate business lunches. Some have criticized that is a remnant of the old three martini lunch, but supporters say it will help restaurants stay in business all right damage. Congress also has to approve a new new overall spending plan. Tell us about that. That's right. June just a mere $1.4 trillion, the annual budget for the fiscal year and one of the items getting most attention in this measure is the ban on surprise medical bills. This is something that has bipartisan support here. It has the backing of the White House. Many have complained for years about people with insurance still getting hit with massive medical bills after finding out they received out of network care. This calls for health insurance companies to negotiate billing disputes or have them brought to a mediator. Also on a separate topic, the spending measure has a lot of changes related to education. It would simplify the form for applying for federal student aid and expands the Pell Grant program to provide assistance for students with lower incomes. So how do we expect these votes to unfold today? Have members even seen a text of the bill yet? Well, that's the irony. Right. They have not. Bruce never say never with Congress, but it does look like these votes are going to move forward. We expect the house to begin votes around mid day after a variety of procedural activities. The package will actually be voted on in two blocks. The first part will be including funding for various agencies, including Homeland security. The Justice Department Defense Department of Second Package will include that $900 billion covert measure, So in a matter of hours today, lawmakers could approve more than $2 trillion worth. Assistance and programs. The Senate does have the potential to be held up if a senator brings up some last minute objections, But at this point, everyone does seem for the moment to be on the same page. And this being Congress lawmakers really want to leave Washington? Yes, just in the nick of time. W. T. O P is Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill? Thanks so much, Mitch? It's 9 14 golf to is fully stocked for the holiday season. Be sure to shop early for the best.

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The Air Force Struggles With Diversity. Can The Space Force Do Any Better?

All Things Considered

04:44 min | 2 years ago

The Air Force Struggles With Diversity. Can The Space Force Do Any Better?

"The newest branch of the military just promoted its first female three star general. The US Space Force also recently appointed the nation's first all women space operations team. Top space force leaders say gender and racial diversity is a core part of the mission. But his Colorado public Radio's Dan Boyce reports, some female veterans are skeptical. First Lieutenant Kelly McKay serves with the all female Space Operation Squadron stationed at Schriever Air Force Base near Colorado Springs, The squadron command's one of the country's GPS satellites. I obviously never gotten work on all female crew for these were women that I've I wanted to work with their close friends of mine and co workers. The work of the space force is almost entirely digital Space Force members operates satellites and other national space assets from computers down on Earth. Lieutenant McKay says an all female squadron makes a bold statement for the military's news branch. I'm hoping that women will see that they have more opportunities, and they might have realized growing up as long as they're actively seeking out the women to come there. They have a great opportunity to be the the service that leads the way Don Christensen is president of the nonprofit Protect Our Defenders. The group focuses on reducing discrimination in the military. The space force grew out of the Air Force last December, Christensen says It's continuing the airforce tradition of a better gender balance than the other branches. But he worries the space force could continue another worrisome course when it comes to racial disparity there force with worst in analyzing military data Person's sins team found black airman 70% more likely than their white peers to get court martialed or receive other punishments. The air Force is own data shows that trend getting worse in recent years. Nevertheless, in just the last few months a couple of milestones confirmation of the first Black Air Force Academy superintendent and then the first black Air Force chief of staff General Charles Q. Brown Jr. Here's Brown's own candid assessment of the challenges ahead. I can't fix centuries of racism in our country, nor can I fixed decades, discrimination may have impacted members of our Air force. How much to make of these nominations depends on who you talk to. While we're very proud of gentle brown. It's It's so even Pacheco is a recently retired air force commanding officer. Photo op Shea. We like, like people. We like minority. Yea, we promoted on so don't complain anymore, okay? And we're like, Okay, So what? We want to see his action. What policies? Are you going to drive? What changes? Are you going to drive? She argues the ways to report discrimination in the space force are all inherited from Thie Air Force. And if you don't restructuring I honestly I don't. I'm not sure that you'll be able to restructure. I don't know. I just think they might continue get away with it. Unfortunately. Pacheco says As discrimination charges work their way up the chain of command senior officers often suppress reports to avoid looking bad themselves. They're going to be shaped to encourage honest communication, the space force's chief diversity and inclusion. Officer Carrie Baker says They've already placed heavy emphasis on developing open minded leaders and pushing them to learn about unconscious biases, even to the point where one should be careless enough to Speaks to their leadership about concerns that they have without concern of retribution. Baker says. The space force has targeted outreach initiatives to recruit women and people of color. Keep your eye on us. We're going to make you proud Tanya would nightie professional. They're working for the department defense for about 20 years, Tanya would lives in San Antonio, Texas. For years, she worked as an Air Force intelligence analyst, a job similar to the desk bound rolls found in the space force today would who's Black says misogyny and racism were rampant? Not getting a fair seat at the table, having to prove myself constantly having to prove my technical ability Trying to prove how smart I am. If if you will constantly challenged by my male colleagues, she's pleased to hear about that new all female space force team. She's still not sure it's a sign of systemic change. She compares the all female crew to the Tuskegee Airman, Those heralded black fighter pilots from World War two. That was an experiment. But was it sustainable? You know, do we still have that level of diversity? Now? She wonders if the space force doesn't address fundamental challenges involving race and gender. Will those experiments ever lead to anything beyond history? Making headlines for NPR news? I'm Dan Boys in Colorado Springs.

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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigns

Mike McConnell

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigns

"Security Kirsten Nielsen has resigned and been replaced with an acting secretary border patrol Commissioner Kevin Macalinsan who's been a longtime border officer. He's been named as acting department of homeland security secretary the three departments in charge with controlling the border. Where President Trump says there is a crisis right now interior department defense department and the department of homeland security are now all being run by acting secretaries. That means there temporary. They haven't been confirmed by the Senate. So how empowered can they really be that as ABC's Tara Palmeri? Who's also reporting Nielsen stepping down amid concerns from the president that she was not tough enough on the border in her resignation letter. Nielsen said that she. Is confident that the nation is safer now than when she joined the administration during her tenure she oversaw the controversial practice of separating children from their parents

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Coast Guard in Rough Seas Because of Shutdown

WSJ What's News

03:31 min | 4 years ago

Coast Guard in Rough Seas Because of Shutdown

"Is the coast guard adversely affected by the lack of deal to fund the government because funding comes from the department of homeland security because it's the only military branch that doesn't fall under the Pentagon and department defense funding falls under our homeland security, and they are affected by the partial government shutdown. So right now, the active duty coast guard and civilians who work for the coastguard active reserves. None of them are getting paid. How many coastguard employees are going without a paycheck, both active duty and civilian? So there's about fifty five thousand from active, active duty civilians, etcetera who fall under the active component. They are the ones who are currently not getting paid. And we're going into the second week that civilians at the coast guard aren't getting paid civilian employees. We won't hit the next the second round paychecks for active duty coast guard until February first but on February. I not only will the the active duty coast guard numbers beginning paid. But then retirees and beneficiaries also be hit. That's about fifty thousand more people. So we're talking about one hundred thousand people overall are more that's about right? Are these active duty workers they furloughed or they working without pay? No, they are working without pay and they coast guard commandant and the master chief petty officer, the coastguard are have been out on Twitter and sending messages to the force. And they've been out on Capitol Hill reminding the public that the men and women of the coast guard are not sitting at home during this. They are working every day and not getting paid. While they do that. Yes. As you say, you know, the coast guard has been very angry vocal about the shutdown. Its head Admiral Carl Scholtz has tweeted his frustration to coast guard members. Now, wasn't there recently attended of deal between the White House and Senate to move forward with a Bill to at least pay active duty coast guard members. So the actual nuts and bolts of the deal that was worked out kind of vague. But my understanding of it, and and talk of folks on the hill about it is the White House, and the Senate came to a sort of a tentative agreement that the White House would would sign legislation that came across President Trump's desk to pay for the active duty coast guard, but then as the quote unquote, kinks as as one legislator told me the kinks are being worked out of legislation then request of whether or not billions get paid. Whether folks who are reservists, but are currently doing an active duty job get paid everything got bogged down in those negotiations, and nobody could be on anything. Besides the fact that we should be paying active duty. But because that's the only thing people could agree on. There was no way to get a a Bill to to push through the legislature. So what we end up with is is no deal at all. And the coast guard is still waiting for a paycheck, and there's no clear legislation on the horizon. Then talk about the hardships that coastguard workers have been enduring because of the shutdown. There's multiple reports of coastguard men and women having to go to food banks to get supplies while they wait for these paychecks. The coast guard has an increase in the number of people who are requesting permission to to take jobs outside of uniform to uniform service member of the coast guard has to get permission to take second. Take a second job coastguard fielding more of those requests in granting more those permissions, so you have food banks you have second jobs, and you have relief societies set up through the coast guard or through veterans organizations like the American Legion who are dispensing money through grants and relief programs.

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Isis returns to its insurgent roots

FT News

11:04 min | 4 years ago

Isis returns to its insurgent roots

"ISIS is returning to its insurgent roots having been driven out of almost all the territory it once controlled in Iraq and Syria four years after ISIS controlled as much as a third of Iraq declared a caliphate. It is retrenched, but it's still the power to carry out kidnappings killings and bombings. Khloe? Cornish took to Andrew England about the continuing threat posed by the group to stability in the region. In two thousand fourteen ISIS notes the blitz across Iraq and Syria. And at one point I think they control about third of Iraq and major cities in both countries. What's been happening in the last couple of years since the caliphate will the self declared caliphate has been defeated all the situation being in terms of how they've been pushed back from their strongholds. Rockford. It'd be Iraqi government declared a military victory over I his about this time. I should having won back control of major urban areas. Which I is it invaded include the northern city of Mosul Iraq's second largest city. So that was a fight that nasty three and number players involved. That's the fighters from the Iraqi army which had initially kinda crumbled in two thousand fourteen faced with the ISIS insurgency, you have Kurdish vices mcken fun region. You also had low of shin initial groups who had formed pretty much in response to the ISIS threats that was facing Europe. It was big big movement to mobilize additional fighters to protect the country. And a lot of those groups actually have a radian bucking. So all of these people working not always very well together. There was also west and involvement as well. Intensive ashtrays on ISIS targets in Iraq. So that's how that fight with paying out. And then in Syria, the situation is actually more complicated because the fight against ISIS is just one really the much larger civil war. So in Syria, ISIS territory was concentrated in the north east of the country on the big cities rocker and data which probably will be familiar to people. Now, you will probably see the social glasses destination of those cities under the weight of US leda strikes. So in Syria, ISIS is in fighting on the one hand Russian-backed pro regime Syrian forces with Iranian involvement and on the other hand US backed Syrian rebels. So it's actually been facing kind of both sides of the civil war and Russia and their Resor fell from ISIS control this year amid much lodge. Hush by the feeling of as well, so retake areas in the south the country. So there was basically a big effort by local and international forces to push them back in both countries. What do we know about what remains in terms of the ISIS fighters? Isis supporters across these two companies. At one point in August, the US apartment defense was saying there about three thousand ISIS fighters in this pocket in Syria, the this territory they control, but it's very important to be cautious about them. The I think it's very hard for us to know, exactly. How many fighters they're all lest and how many schools is they have across Iraq and Syria. But we do know where I this is holed up in Iraq. They've got we think they is in the hammering mountains, which a very very Thakin offense mountains kinda the middle of a rock, and they don't say tax from that. And then they will they will have more bases a more positions in northerner as well. And there's continuing worry about sleeper cells of ISIS, fighters and other parts of the country as well. You mentioned the being pushed out of the major cities they controlled in the major church they controlled house they adopted the way the carrying out attacks. Because they do continue to pose a threat as we've mentioned. Yeah. Absolutely. I just thought it at a terrorist insurgency and then gained these huge swathes of territory. Very frightening. Modern two thousand fourteen and what they've done is returned to the insurgent route that they came from much smaller terror attacks people just disappeared into the desert rose and trying to hold her Trie. So that seems to be the strategy now is to continue to destabilize these areas with smaller hit and run attacks, but still deadly unfortunately for civilians and officials who have against targeted in Iraq. What impact is that heaven? I mean, obviously in Iraq this chiefs ways the county Sedikh control, which has to be rebuilt about reconstruction. The need to get people who were forced out of the homes back and these areas which always felt very marginalized slightly by bike dad and was a new government in Baghdad. What impact is it having? Terms of Iraq and Iraq's ability to build on the security gains. And then in Syria where we're seeing the civil war is winding down as prison. Bouchara sats voices have reclaimed control of most of the country and get mentioning just how much progress hasn't Nate unsecurity interactions on his was holding touchy. Yes, they all these kinds of attacks. But the Iraqi security forces constellation is vice is happening execution type outweigh. However, you know, is people continue to feel threatened by ISIS attacks that really undermines any kind of official assets to restore stability in the sense of security as well in these places. I think it called me stress. Just how dangerous life can still feel. I think in face it might be better than before. But if I this is coming to your village and killed the most important tests and in that village issue the local chief, which is confident analyst of seen them doing. That contributes to a sense of instability in Syria. This is the of most active fighting still in Syria to try and expel ISIS from the last pockets territory, and so you have continual battle casualties that. But of the overall civil War, I suppose, the American involvement there is the most important thing because America's said it's in Syria in order to ensure the enduring defeat of ISIS, and so obviously the longer that they have to fight. I enjoy the longer they're gonna be there they north. They started to link that crisis in Syria to Iranian presence as well. And they want to be honest to see Iranian forces in Iranian proxy forces also being expelled from Syria. But the continuing bustle against I means America continues to have military presence into it as well. At one point when they controlled large areas in Syrian Iraqi Lee had oil resources that smuggling results the customs, they had taxes, etc. How they survive today. Does this indicate that perhaps they still have certain areas where they still have support. What do we know about what sustaining them? I guess it's important to stress how wealthy ISIS was at one point. It had opened up by volts that had huge oil revenues, and they invested some of that money into companies anything for money exchanges car dealership, and I think it's pretty hard for the authorities actually pinpoint which companies they beat in order to to function or stop them from operating. So what we understand believe that they get revenues from these companies, they also can stop and extort trucks on roads, and that kind of thing, so certainly they've knees are much much diminished. They are much much week before the nab were, but they do still have revenue. Streams coming in one of the notable things about twenty fourteen was her the Iraqi security forces, which the Americans have spent billions of dollars rebuilding of the invasion in two thousand and free melted away when they were faced with the fruit of ISIS, how it quits to the Iraqi forces. Forces to continue maintaining the offensive against ISIS and prevent a resurgence. I mean that would seem to be one of the critical things going forward. I think we'd have to say that the Iraqi forces are stronger than they were full. However, the US department defense expect to general recall, I said, I've how the fight against ISIS going. Deep highlight socks. They didn't think Americans would be able to leave Iraq anytime soon intensive needing to keep providing support to the Iraqi security forces one of the things that diplomats stress here as well, which they sometimes feel like they're not being heard back in their home capitals. Is that I it is not done thing. He's quite far off didn't thing in the and in that regard is going to need to be continuing the just ical and probably material support full voltage contracting. Is it not an easy thing to do counterinsurgency is in some ways. Much harder execute than ground offensive in love wage. You know, you don't know coming from. It's a difficult thing to do. And certainly the Americans in fact that the Iraqis are going to need help with it for the foreseeable featuring ever since the US invasion in two thousand and free ousted Saddam Hussein the have been sectarian shoes and publicity extremism in a country, which is now run by the Shia majority, people would say that's helped fuel the extremism that ISIS has been able to tap into. Do you think that those issues have been tackled have been dealt with? And how important will that be going forward when the new government in Baghdad looks to rebuild and reconstruct areas that came under ISIS control? I mean, exactly as you say they'd been real continuity in fans is a long-standing trending towards extreme in amongst some communities in Iraq sent doesn't three hundred before is well and the government now needs to do. It can to restore service days and its authority in some of these areas happen just so badly damaged by war. But we're also neglected before the ISIS insurgency and before people decided to join you can see. So, you know, it was just politics and conflicts, very localized in Iraq. But you can see there was a broader trend towards any extremes. And I think actually that has been a swing by though. I mean, I was just so brutal. That polling suggested the obscene. He's actually will let in favor of more hardline version of is not not the people. So I did. So in some senses, they lost support that says to me in a country where there have been real kind of weaponization and sectarian identity. This is not a problem. That's going to go away without tackling some of the courses.

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This NYT bestseller has penned his most frightening novel to date

Let's Talk Pets

05:31 min | 4 years ago

This NYT bestseller has penned his most frightening novel to date

"Us. Now. Zirk our friend, the number one bestselling author in my opinion. Probably the best suspense novelist out there. James rollins. Jeez. Welcome back to the show forever. For having me again. Appreciate it. Yeah. Yeah. Well, great to have you on board and congratulations on the latest. The demon crown appreciate that of the street this debut. Yeah. Absolutely. We'll tell us a little bit about the book, and maybe how it fits into the rest of the cessation of sigma for series. And maybe how they're some departures in some new thrills in their. Sure. Well, this story is number thirteen in the series. Not that you have to read them in any order. No one's read my books in in the proper order. I wish they would. But they don't just totally fine. But in this book, and to quote, my editor she describes it as my most frightening book to date, and I'm not about to argue with her. I think it is one of the curious look I've ever written. But basically the story starts out when a group of scientists they travel to an island off the coast of Brazil, and they discover that all life on the island has been radicchio. It's gone. It's been consumed by species that's beyond imagination freaks them out before they report their discovery, the scientists all attacked and killed, but this one events blows up until into a global threat when the same species that was on the island. Unleashed as a weapon across the Hawaiian islands. And as people begin to die one hundred sit appears to to stop this from even spreading globally as the nuke those islands. But of course, my team of heroes sigma forces called in Detroit. Discover the origin of the species where came from and find a way to destroy it. But the species is still stubborn little guy. It's changing spreading surviving every time. Stop it. And what's sort of frightening about this book, and I'm sort of hedging myself a little bit by not revealing what that threat exactly is. It's one of the threats that homeland security is classified as prime danger against the US, I suppose for the seat for this novel was I had read this list of concerns of homeland security has for the United States in surprised to see this threat raised in the basically the biological threat. And it's one that concerns homeland security enough that I decided to write a book about it. Yeah. That's fascinating. So it's it's still good novel before Christmas, right? No, it takes place in Hawaii. So it's like a little Hawaiian vacation for readers. So it's perfectly time for Christmas. So that you want that little winter holiday, the little beach vacation. Of course this venture. You're not gonna get a little rest and relaxation during this trip. But hopefully, it will if nothing else entertained there you go. Yeah. I was getting a a love seeing the islands. Love seeing the different locations. You go to I was worried because why is obviously go along with everybody else when my all time favorite places. So I gotta make sure Hawaii stays in place. So glad force was on the scene. That's good. Tilson a little bit about maybe some of the characters that were familiar with from the the the past series as well as maybe some new characters in what they bring to the table. Sure, we'll sigma foresaw there for those that aren't familiar there. A group of special forces soldiers that were drummed out of the service for various reasons, but because it's such a aptitudes or skills or intelligence they recruited in secret by DARPA, which is the defense department department's defense and research and development wing, he answered it. They're basically retraining secret to be field agents for DARPA to protect the our shores and very short against I global threats so in this the usual team comes up to bat. But of course, they need to recruit a few extra skilled individuals to help them in this case, we find a Hawaiian firemen that sort of stumbled upon this adventure along with the members of sigma force that are called into play, and he gets sort of semi recruited. So he's funny sort of almost a comic relief character in the book a little bit. And we also have a Tamala just to sum that team C N demolished that works for the national zoo that is called in to explore this new threat. And of course, got the usual cast of characters there's commander Grayson pierces, the leader of the team he's along with his usual cast of characters sigma force and is a little bit of a little extra surprise for gray. In the fact that he finds out that his girlfriend maybe pregnant, but more than that. Major element to the story ovoid. Another twist turn. So let me envisioning you in your say at your office. We'll see it's a deep dungeon or your tree treehouse retreat. Whatever may be, but you're sitting there in your thinking about okay, I've got the series and it's thirteenth in the series. So I knew I have to bring back some of the characters that people are going to be familiar with wise. My fan base will kill me. So to do that. How do you go about planning the the whole plot in this scenario the locations in what the teams going to be doing this time compared to what they did last time. But what are they mission? I resisted doing series. I didn't wanna do a series. All my for stories. We're all individual adventures. It was only pond some pressure from my publishing house that I finally broke down and wrote a series because I had to call the Jessica Fletcher syndrome, you all seem. Fletcher. Cross dead bodies every week. I've never ever stumbled over a dead body. So I always had that sort of problem with serious characters. Why is that one series curated always getting into mischief unless of course, lasts revelations last episode of murder? She wrote that she was a serial killer. She's been framing everybody'll Paul along. Don't make sense. Resisted doing this series because of that problem. But if I make a furious based on a group rather than an individual that can have a little more fun for

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Pentagon says about 7,000 troops could be sent to Mexico border for Operation Faithful Patriot

Lars Larson

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

Pentagon says about 7,000 troops could be sent to Mexico border for Operation Faithful Patriot

"Security support that we provide to the secretary. For homeland security. Is practical support based on the requests from the Commissioner of customs border police and show we don't we don't do stunts in this department Defense Secretary Mattis earlier today, President Trump suggested sending fifteen thousand troops baseball hall of Famer Willie McCovey has died. The San Francisco Giants

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California limits National Guard’s border mission, risking clash with Trump

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:45 min | 5 years ago

California limits National Guard’s border mission, risking clash with Trump

"Wbz news time to twenty north and south korea reportedly considering ending the longstanding state of war between those two countries as health korean newspaper reports that announcement could comment next week's summit between president moon jaein and north korean leader kim jong un and the two sides are also considering connecting a phone line between those two leaders asia expert isaac stone fish thinks this would be a significant development it'd be great for the two sides to have this opportunity to chat on the highest level this is a really good risk management strategy countries have technically been at war since nineteen fifty three and less than two months before the world cup begins in russia the sports governing body is now charging the host country's fans with racism officials with fiba say racist chants were aimed at black french players during france's friendly win over russia last month it's the third racism case this season at a stadium that set to host a world cup semifinal match russia's deputy prime minister says officials are starting to crack down on racist fans wbz news time to twenty twentyone appearing at the national press club in washington california governor jerry brown agreed to send hundreds of national guard troops to the mexican border following a request from president trump could be two or four hundred that's being worked out very good communication between the california's national guard initial headquarters there there are other players like department defense and homeland security so we got plenty to do with respect to our borders governor brown is a democrat and he has said he will not allow those national guard troops to be used for immigration enforcement activities and a controversial statue of the father of modern gynecology has been taken down in new york city wcbs peter haskell has more on that onlookers cheered is marion sims was removed from his pedestal seems is known as the father of college but he also experimented on slaves taylor champion things to removal is appropriate if he was treating women differently by virtue of their race that i think is inexcusable city commission reviewed a host of controversial statues but this was the only one removed peterhansel for cbs news new york here so fast iran from start to finish one place was there marathon wash the newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time to twenty three time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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