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"derek jobbing" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Go for run right here in the a. just relax. Get ready for tonight's You know sons clippers game. Are you big in china. Hugh those fans probably. They're they're not mean spirited down there no yeah they're level like teddy bears here not at all. Did you play against dominique worse. Yes all right. did he ever dunk. No you never know no. Who was derek job. Power draw ran zahn battle. Those were my those remind defensive assignments right there in the hearts. Wow you lock it up. Randy wittman one. Hey look i know. The red baseline jumper randy wittman. That's that's about it. That's all you had to worry. Beijing based like all right reg. Good to talk to you buddy. Thank you or love you. Dan and reggie miller and beyond the call tomorrow night with more eastern conference finals bucks in the hawks on. Tnt chicago joins us. Hey jimmy thanks for holding. What's on your mind. Hey dan Morning monday you were talking about trae young and shipping you earlier I believe it was mark. Jackson that may have started that and I i was just it was annoying because he did it like every time. He scored or Getting an assist and it seemed like his whole body is all upper body was shooting like did it like he. He put his both his hands in the area and he was like running down the back. back to the other side of the court and doing it and especially against the bulls in in the late nineties playoffs so your thoughts on that ticker yep. Yep thank you jimmy mark jackson. Well the good news is he didn't score that often so you didn't have to see the shimmy too much with mark jackson. There trae a little bit more berry in long island. Barry welcome back best and worst of the weekend. Good morning if i was not best of the weekend too or i jacob degrom gives up to whole runs against shelley's and the worst to words in sports short handed to go new york islanders. Now the little engine that could be railed by the uh tampa bay like well. At least my mets are in first place and My just couldn't concentrate all their spilka on them all right well. Thank you very game on tonight. stanley cup. Let's see brad north carolina high brad. Hey bp don't really have a don't have a best but Even as much of a carolina. Fan as i am. I couldn't even take any pleasure what happened. Nc state as far as my my worst and omaha with college world series another example then aptitude then see a All right well. Thank you brad. Nc state because it cova do allow vanderbilt to go to the college world series..

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"derek jobbing" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

07:36 min | 7 months ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"We make it possible for you to contact us and communicate with us. And if you want to talk with me about anything I'm talking about on the program today. Typically, I take it from the run down the rundown is King on six o'clock talk. The run down is that source from which I extract story material. To discuss with you day in and day out. It holds full sway Monday through Thursday. On Friday, however, you get to kick that run down to the curb. And talk about whatever you want. In the meantime, 809 23938 five's the number you dial to start the ball rolling. Interesting news of that. We I guess you could say predicted, but it wasn't much of a prediction. Really. It's just the way the legal system is set up to operate, and it is operating in just that way with regard to the Derrick Shove in murder trial verdict. You know that he was found guilty. Two different murder counts and one man slaughter count. The fact the matter is there is going to be an appeal for a new trial in that case. Just as we expected, there would be because they're a couple of things going on with regard to that case that are bothering legal professionals, some of whom are now speaking out in the public space. One was the lack of a call for a change of venue. Where that particular trial was concerned. There were some who did not believe Derek Jobbing could get a fair trial in Minneapolis, Minnesota, even though the judge did not decide to move it. And then there was the pretrial publicity. That may have created a kind of prejudicial environment in which the jurors were exposed to information they probably shouldn't have been 809 239385. 809 23 w D. D give us a call. Let us know what you think. But the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Jarman, convicted of killing George Floyd. Has filed an appeal for a new trial. Fox News report Sharpens Attorney Eric Nelson filed the request Tuesday and quote alleges that the former police officers ability to have a fair trial was affected. Most Assuredly, in his opinion by pretrial publicity, also claims that the court abused its discretion. By refusing to grant request. For a change of venue outside the Minneapolis area. Then there's this other business of an individual who was on the jury. Who Was apparently In attendance, at least at one event. Where George Floyd's relatives spoke. Do you think that may have had a prejudicial impact on the individual? Well, whether it did or not, they didn't declare it on the form of that jurors or potential jurors are to fill out And let folks know whether or not they should or should not be considered for the jury, so that again becomes another reason for why a new trial has been requested. Anybody seemed to think that based on at least these situations and or circumstances That a new trial may not only be granted, but the verdict. Vacated 809 239385 809 to 3. Double U D T K Alan Dershowitz, professor emeritus. Harvard Law chimed in this one juror actually attended. That event that had George Floyd Family members speaking He didn't say that on the jury question form that he was given. Uh well that well, that guilty verdict be vacated. It should be. Without a doubt. This was not a jury. This was an advocate. And if it had not been an anonymous jury, probably people would have disclosed the fact that this is a juror who had a point of view before he heard a single bit of evidence. And when you combine that with the threats to the jurors, what do you think this jerk came out now and publicized himself? Because he voted to convict If he had dared to vote for a quick he'd never have disclosed himself because he knows he'd be attack. That's not the way the jury system should operate in America. Ellen Dershowitz law professor emeritus, Harvard Law 809 239385 809 to 3. Double U D T K six o'clock talk with Darryl would on the air talking about these and other stories. Anybody think that that verdict is now in jeopardy as a result of these developments? Anybody think that Mr Chavez ought to get a new trial? In the meantime, Speaking of trials versus no trials, rioters In Portland, Oregon, who have been arrested and who are waiting to find out what their next fate would be inside the criminal justice system are apparently going to be released. They're going to be released with nary a charge. Anybody surprised by that development, even as the FBI goes after people who are involved in the January 6th riot at the Capitol building. Trying to charge these folks and jail them, if not find them. These folks in Portland, Oregon, responsible for fighting with the police, destroying public and private property, burning down buildings and just General anarchy are going toe. I'm gonna fly the coop, As the saying goes. Dan Springer, Fox News, D a much MIT said that he would not charge people even for felony writing the White House pressure the U. S attorney in Orient to start hauling riders into federal court over several months. U. S Attorney Billy Williams did just that filing charges against 97 people. But since then Williams and the acting U. S attorney under President Biden have dismissed or deferred 58 of those cases. Seven people have pled guilty, but only one is going to go to prison. And there are 32 cases pending. Federal public defender says Justice is being served. I think the federal government went overboard in some of the ways that they address these protests, and what we're seeing now is that many of the cases that were brought because of the federal government's overreach are now being dismissed. Now all of the 31 deferred cases, which means no record, no jail time and maybe some community service 19 or felonies, including get this 16 assaults of federal officers. The former head of homeland security who went to Portland to check on the courthouse is shocked that so many cases were being dropped. It's offensive to all the men and women who risk their lives in Portland for 9120 days or even longer, in some cases. Being attacked night after night after night, and Chad Wolf told me that Billy Williams, the U. S attorney under President Trump in Oregon, was hesitant to file those federal charges, saying that it's basically Oregon doing what Oregon in Portland does. And.

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"derek jobbing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Looked into the stats and figures from California Arizona taxes in Ohio and Florida to give us some perspective the major media doesn't do the anti trump media and then also coming up later on is that Ken Cuccinelli about tearing down the statues including Andrew Jackson which tonight still stands but lastly at you think about where we are as a nation this is nothing to do the protests have nothing to do with solving difficulties it has everything to do with causing them to happen they don't want to solve them they don't want to solve it they want to because it's being funded according to shoot Susan rice of Bracher Hussein Obama national security adviser by foreign interest and wolf Blitzer about two weeks ago almost lost his teeth when she said that you mean to tell me the Russians might be finding some parts of black lives matter she said absolutely and that I didn't fit the narrative of the quickly dropped that the two greatest radio personalities of all time have been Rush Limbaugh I pray for him nightly to get through his lung cancer difficulty stage four and also Paul Harvey good day the greatest communicator of all time and I got to get to a James Virginia Marcum Missouri John in South Carolina JD in Nevada and Mike in Virginia but I want you to hear the words because when cops are being vilified the thin blue line between democracy and anarchy and because R. seven hundred thousand cops who every day commit collectively millions and millions a different acts toward all American citizens including African Americans you could pick and choose a few out of the whole parcel of events indicate a constant narrative which the media is anti cop anti the American flag in the anti solving problems they're about exacerbations because of who's in the White House listen to what a cop is you should do by Paul Harvey many years ago policeman a policeman is a composite of what all men are I guess a mingling of St in center Dustin daily Calder statistics wave the fan over stinkers underscore instances of dishonesty and brutality because they are news what that really means is that they are exceptional they are unusual they are not commonplace buried under the frost is the fact and the fact is that less than one half of one percent of policemen misfit that uniform and that is a better average than you'd find among clergy ma'am what is a policeman E. of all managed at once the most needed and the most wanted a strangely nameless creature who is Sir to his face and Pagar worst behind his back you must be such a diplomatic and subtle differences between individual so that each will think he won but if a policeman is neat he's conceded if he's careless he's a bomb that these pleasant he's a flirt if he's not he's a grouch he must make instant decisions which would require months for a lawyer but if he hurries he's careless if he is deliberately is lazy he must be first one accident infallible with the diagnosis he must be able to start breathing stop bleeding tie splinter above all be sure the victim goes home without a limp are expected to be sued the police officer must know every gun draw on the run and hit where it doesn't hurt he must be able to quick to men twice his size in half his age without damaging is uniform and without being brutal if you hit him he's a coward if he gets you he's a bully a policeman must know everything and not tell he must know where all of the senators I am not partake the policemen from a single human hair must be able to describe the crime the weapon the criminal and tell you where the criminalist icing but if he catches the criminal he's lucky if he doesn't he's a Dodge did he gets promoted he has political pull if he doesn't he's a dollar to the policeman was traced bomb leads to a dead end stakeout ten nights to tag one witness who saw it happen but refuses to remember he runs files and writes reports until his eyes eight to build a case against some felon who will get the old out by a shameless chambers or an honorable who isn't honorable the policemen must be a minister of social worker a diplomat a tough guy and a gentle man and of course you'll have to be a genius because you'll have to feed a family on a policeman's salary no one last thing I we heard a few days ago from mindless Joe Biden that there's a hundred and twenty million Americans have died a covert nineteen he said a hundred twenty million and of course we know George Floyd in all probability was murdered by officer Derek job one with the media cover Joe Biden equally to covering Donald Trump here the comments of Nancy Pelosi talking about George Floyd very proud before the Judiciary Committee that before he testified he said to me M. speaker do you think that I can tell George's daughter that his name will be always remembered because you'll name the bill for him and I said well I recommend that to the Judiciary Committee and to the into the congressional black caucus who have shaped the dell but I only will do that if you tell me that this legislation is worthy of George Kobe's name George Kirby I think it was a comedian about fifty years ago it is George Floyd Nancy George Floyd not George Kirby the president makes a mistake it's on Front Street you got Joe Biden said a.

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"derek jobbing" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on KTOK

"New center governor Kevin stead says the U. S. department of the interior has approved the two new gaming compacts he signed with the Comanche nation in the Otoe Missouria tribe that authorized the tribes to conduct sports betting state says he is extremely pleased he says the compacts usher in a new era of prosperity opportunity and partnership for the state and the tribes now state Attorney General Mike hunter says the compacts are legal and that sports betting is not allowed under state law legislative leaders have asked the state Supreme Court to intervene meanwhile the chair of Oklahoma's legislative black caucus is calling out the governor here's Margot marrano state representative Regina Goodwin says the panel selection for governor Kevin sits round table race discussion that aired Sunday night should have been more broad to offer more insight on race issues according to good one governors did refer to the death of George Floyd and said he didn't want this to happen in Oklahoma but Goodman asserts that it's already happened in Oklahoma she says good legislation needs to be implemented and that for years the black caucus has created bills related to law enforcement reform only to meet disregard and rejection from leadership the former Minneapolis police officer accused in George Floyd's death will have to come up with at least a million dollars to get out of jail a judge that that bail today for Derek job and it means he can't contact Floyd's family have a gun or work in law enforcement president trump today speaking out against some proposals to reduce or de funded police department store police have been letting us live in peace so we want to make sure we don't have any bad actors in there at the White House today the president said there won't be any defunding disbanding or dismantling of police departments trumpet knowledge that some things have happened that shouldn't have happened he also stressed that crime is down on and he said police are doing an incredible job and so has been busy responding to.

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"derek jobbing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Portions of the following program will be recorded Billy Cunningham the great American and is is my desire normally we begin with some powerhouse gas then I told them that Simon and Jimmy the saved up for today because we have one coming on a one o'clock Carl Lewis the eminent prominent criminal defense attorney friend of mine who is going to be involved in some of the defense work quite likely and talk about the legality of the protest and constitutional rights being violated whether not the cops the lessons learned in this morning weather three the cops in Minneapolis might have difficulty getting convicted because of the law what a novel concept and things of that character but as wise men have said before can you and I come together to come together at the table and reason and come to some shared conclusion based upon available evidence I know that it seems somewhat unusual in today's climate but we have to talk together to understand each other's viewpoints before we can proceed with having a common goal normally the general for righteousness they begin as rightful protests nineteen sixties and nineteen sixty five to nineteen seventy three there were rights almost every summer in most American cities including here in Cincinnati exacerbating caused by racial discrimination against African Americans for decades if not longer and also by the fact there was terrible events happening in Vietnam and also the assassination of Martin Luther king junior on April the fourth nineteen sixty eight and then in nineteen seventy may fourth there were they can state shooting for the National Guard came out and shot four students and practically every summer in Cincinnati there were rights to one extent or another and so these things began and then the right way with the Martin Luther king junior's with Fred Shuttlesworth with the Damon lunches to begins the right way nonviolent then what happens there's other forces maybe one percent three percent maybe as many as ten percent and the crowd uses out as an occasion in order to loot and burn and savage the community in which they live a perfect example is OTR according to the organizations of private businesses government has spent about one point five billion dollars in OTR I said one point five billion all those monies are now at risk partially because there's a perception may I use the term in the suburbs it might be dangerous to go to O. T. R. but also the politics of some of the merchants and O. T. R. make it difficult for many who feel differently about the political issue to come forward and patronize a business there's a noted to a pizza parlor in O. T. R. which also has a store in some suburban locations that is a sign on the door completely buying into the black lives matter political agenda and and saying on the on the front door that you should make contributions to black lives matter and other causes and there's a list of demands on the on the front door of a pizza parlor the front door I listed demands most of which have been met of course because the world that exist in twenty twenty is not even close to the world that existed in nineteen sixty nineteen seventy nineteen eighty much less the eighteen sixty five the world is completely different because when I grew up as a young American and deer park they are political leadership all around me were old white Republican males Walter Bachrach member him about Eugene Roman remember him about Willis Gradison remember remember him those characters in reality don't exist anymore politically in our community the country's change fundamentally it's been fifty years a half a century since a white Republican controlled any part of the city of Cincinnati for example and it's going to be another fifty years before any white Republican wins a commission seat assembly is not going to happen in this environment that Dick in the area of this of this great land of ours is turn decidedly blue and as a consequence the world has completely changed so to act as if during the protest the world exist in twenty twenty the way existed in nineteen seventy is just completely wrong you don't exist that way it's been fifty years since moved on you got to move on there's nothing more constant in life and change what has happened is that businesses have taken on social and political causes to promulgate to promote a certain political viewpoints businesses won't say unborn lives matter I don't say that they do say black lives matter which of course they do along with a bunch of other lives they always matter and then do a ccording to the argument when you say all lives matter diminishes black lives and makes it looks it looks look as Afro not equal and so much like an animal farm and nineteen eighty four you have to change the terminology to get to the desired political conclusion Sir so right now the masses have done major long term damage to the economic prospects of their own community by riding in cities across the country and best example of that's what's happened in Avondale in Evanston which suffered terrible rights well the way that we're not supported by black business owners and black residents when those rights took place in Evanston in Avondale in nineteen sixty seven sixty eight somewhat in nineteen sixty nine because there were thousands of businesses burned out black owned included of course and those businesses did not come back large chains which are kept open by the joint administration during the so called covert nineteen panic I did not go back into the black community for obvious reasons because it was too hard to conduct business and the cost of losing all your inventory on a moment's notice is simply too expensive and so you have the emptying out a business interest in Avondale Evanston Roseline another black communities that were vibrant and strong up until the nineteen sixty eight riots then they collapse and every ten years as a new plan to restart Avondale businesses that keep failing one upon the other because black folks and white folks move out of areas that is it costly to be there where crime is rampant and there's not a lot of shopping choices so as a consequence they are protesters who are not the riders the writers in the protesters are completely different a person's the protesters normally marching around the streets of Cincinnati now would no more right than the man in the moon it simply wouldn't happen there's not a it is not a coming together of the riders in the protesters what when they go to Dixie highway in March hundred strong details matter when it happens in Westchester without you for Blazers hers Aug visit dentures a fabulous job in Westchester the goal is to take the movement and in the suburbs to make those in the suburbs in a sense feel a bit uncomfortable so that's the goal now hasn't worked well many would look toward sixty eight sixty nine seventy that it will not work because when I speak to high schools and grade schools and others and I talk about the way I grew up in Xavier University which is a great university and sixty six sixty eight sixty nine seventy they look at me like their eyes glazed over you could make you mean there were like National Guard units in jeeps running around Dana Avenue and on sounds great you mean there were buildings on the UC campus that actually burned down you mean large parts of the black community burned down because by the protester became writes the answer is absolutely yes I think your friend Richard K. Jones said the other day if you want to know what's in the future take a look over your shoulder because it's already happened and that is so true and now the movement is come do a disturbing slogan which is the fun the police in fact Hillary Clinton's twenty sixteen press secretary Brian Fallon tweeted quote define the police on quote the fund the police on quote that means do not give money the city council and the city Cincinnati or mobile or Columbus or Dayton or Toledo or Cleveland or Indianapolis all cities completely controlled by Democrats and have been drug controlled by Democrats for decades they fully implemented their philosophies inside those areas but when I talk about the murder of captain David Dorn in Saint Louis forty year veteran African American captain guarding a a pawn shop a friend his shot in the head and murdered his funeral was held and no one knew much about the name David Dorn how he lived his life did not die CNN did not break in for his funeral no one now down to commemorate the sacrifice of captain David Dorn in Saint Louis when he gave his life as many other officers around the country have given their lives the past two or three weeks the guard the property and persons of African Americans and others their funerals are not mention their names are not known in fact I believe and the last two or three days and the city is Cincinnati there's been two more African Americans killed by other African Americans and if that cannot be used by the media to promote their agenda is completely ignored their names have been lost to history quickly their funerals will take place every year in America there's about seven thousand black men who killed seven thousand other black men and every year in America there's something in the range of five hundred thousand black babies aborted all those things do not matter to the radical left that they will use an event because it promotes their calls no one including yours truly and justify their behavior Minneapolis police that resulted in the death of George Floyd no one can say that the man who did it including his three ka ka accomplices should not spend a long long period of time in jail officer Derek job it is number one there's another three two of them were somewhat newbies are likely spent decades in jail and Derek Jarman is low is forty two years old forty three is likely not to come out of jail at all and I can't say he deserves to go to prison for a very long time you not only killed that man he tortured him to death no question but other murders take place equally as vicious and they don't get media coverage because it doesn't advance the media's philosophy of what needs to happen in this country to completely change and so we go on and we live in difficult times when you have protesters metastasizing in the suburbs and a peaceful fashion there's nothing wrong with that there is absolutely nothing wrong with marching down Dixie highway in going in Ellesmere going to Westchester going to Montgomery that's fine that's part that's part of what makes us Americans to make your viewpoint heard however it depends on what your viewpoint is as to whether the media complimented or criticized as it and this feeds in nicely to the covert nineteen panic where about eleven twelve days into the demonstrations just here in Cincinnati northern Kentucky global Columbus about twelve days into it we were told by the medical experts that day the incubation period of cover nineteen is for the fourteen days we're getting near the end when the hospitals should be inundated with covert nineteen patients and what they told us was true and they weren't lying to us about overnight team which might be no more difficult than the regular flu and the.

Billy Cunningham Simon Jimmy
"derek jobbing" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"At those circumstances and say wait why haven't you done something when I saw the other night to Keith Ellison the Attorney General of Minnesota who is a supporter of antifa when he announced the charges for Derek job in those other three were upgraded to a murder to murder the second degree he talked about the institutional racism in Minneapolis and I looked online it's been more than a half a century since a Republican was in charge of city government in Minneapolis and so if in fact there's patterns and practices of discrimination by these big city of mayors and the police department the one party in charge of that would be the Democratic Party so how can Keith Ellison and governor Tim Walz and merit Jacob fry and mayor Melvin Carter decry racism which all of us do an institutional racism which all of us do when their party's been in charge for more than half a century can they step aside and say the institutions that I'm in charge of a racist and even though I'm in charge of the institution keep me in power what black folks by that no they won't and they aren't that's what the trend lines are showing the trend lines are showing they're not buying it they don't believe it anymore they they've been lied to for decades they've been promised things they've never received they've been offered help they've never gotten and they continue to vote for the Democratic Party that the party that does not fulfill its promises and you know what Donald Trump has proven to fulfill his promises and that's why he's picking up the support that's why the Democrats in one last attempt to hold one of the black I think it exploited the terrible tragedy of George Floyd's death and murder if you want to call it back yeah they have yes and they have exploited that with this anarchy and are trying to blame trump on it calling him a racist what a ridiculous thing he's done more for the black votes than the Democrats the bill it all ended up in the last fifty years when Dr Lamar the proof will be November the third if your prediction is accurate I can't wait to see the reaction of ABC NBC and CBS on the evening of November the third if in fact you're correct and black voters say you know what we're going to go back to the traditional home which is the Republican Party and then it's all over for the Democrats don't go the way of the know nothings in the way exit we'll see what occurs but doctor a lumbar thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show and when is your next book out well I haven't written the next one I'm thinking about doing one later this year will see Dr Gerald amero thank you again for coming on the bill Cunningham show thank you it's great to be with you let's continue with more bill Cunningham here the great American life with you every Sunday night.

Keith Ellison Minnesota Attorney
"derek jobbing" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And the schools and the fire departments and major cities for fifty to one hundred years and that party is the same party in charge of the confederacy who tried and then later on try to keep kids black kids out of public schools for to go and like little rock Arkansas and so if in fact black folks say look if we're in a bad position in these large major cities and large blue states which political party has been in charge for the last fifty to one hundred years and a black folks look at those circumstances and say wait why haven't you done something when I saw the other night that Keith Ellison the Attorney General of Minnesota who is a supporter of antifa when he announced the charges for Derek job in those other three were upgraded to a murder to murder the second degree he talked about the institutional racism in Minneapolis and I looked online it's been more than a half a century since a Republican was in charge of city government in Minneapolis and so if in fact there's patterns and practices of discrimination by these big city of mayors and the police department the one party in charge of that would be the Democratic Party so how can Keith Ellison and governor Tim Walz and merit Jacob fry and mayor Melvin Carter decry racism which all of us do an institutional racism which all of us do when their party's been in charge for more than half a century can they step aside and say the institutions that I'm in charge of a racist and even though I'm in charge of the institution keeping in power what black folks by that no they won't and they aren't that's what the trend lines are showing the trend lines are showing they're not buying it they don't believe it anymore they they've been lied to for decades they've been promised things they've never received they've been offered help they've never gotten and they continue to vote for the Democratic Party that the party that does not fulfill its promises and you know what Donald Trump has proven to fill his promises and that's why he's picking up the support that's why the Democrats in one last attempt to hold one of the black I think have exploited the terrible tragedy of George Ford's death and murder if you want to call it back yeah they have yeah and they have exploited that with this anarchy and are trying to blame trump on and calling him a racist what a ridiculous thing he's done more for the black votes then the Democrats have done it all ended up in the last fifty years Madonsela merit the proof will be November the third if your prediction is accurate I can't wait to see the reaction of ABC NBC and CBS on the evening of November the third if in fact you're correct and black voters say you know what we're going to go back to the traditional home which is the Republican Party and then it's all over for the Democrats they'll go the way of the know nothings in the way exit we'll see what occurs but doctor a lumbar thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show and what is your next book out well I haven't written the next what I'm thinking about doing one later this year will see high Dr Gerald amero thank you again for coming on the bill Cunningham show thank you it's great to be with you let's continue with more bill coming up here the great American live with you every Sunday night.

"derek jobbing" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"On John Schaefer the coronavirus casino closer is ending with cards to be dealt by strolling slot jackpots the wind starting today here in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada hotel casinos in suburban areas with the first open at twelve oh one this morning probably later this morning by a restart of the iconic alive you fountain and the openings of many neighboring resorts on the Las Vegas Strip this is really exciting just to be here you know I've worked a long time ago I was hoping it would open and here it is it's open there are big hopes for recoveries officials balance health concerns against the economic loss of billions of dollars per month in gambling revenue and unemployment that top twenty percent during the night of April there was another peaceful March in Las Vegas last night calling for change in an end to police brutality hundreds gathered outside city hall for the March for peace where Las Vegas police officers had an open dialogue with the group we we are very familiar with the one bad apple doesn't ruin the bunch type reasoning and so when one police officer does something that we find despicable alarming we should be careful not to condemn all police officers as bad actors however that same logic has to be transmitted to people who peacefully protest several members of the metro police department walk with the group for several blocks following the March a small group met with officers to discuss the changes the department made over the last few years metro told the group they're listening and hoping to learn a magnitude five point five earthquake jolted the region of California desert were a powerful quake last summer was followed by thousands of aftershocks U. S. Geological Survey says Wednesday's quake hit at a fairly shallow depth around six thirty in the evening in the center just north of the small city of ridgecrest the quake was felt as a bump in rolling motion in high rise buildings in downtown Las Vegas Minnesota's Attorney General upgrade charges against one former Minneapolis police officer and filed charges against three other former officers in the death of George forty Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says former Minneapolis police officer Derek job and is now charged with unintentional second degree murder and second degree manslaughter for kneeling on George Floyd's neck before he died on may twenty fifth three other now former officers Thomas lane J. lo and two thou have all been charged with aiding and abetting Chavez Allison says he can't talk much about the case our job is to seek justice into saying the conviction not to make statements in the press to put to our talking in court if convicted each of the four could face up to forty years in prison I'm to look where the jobless rate in Las Vegas was the highest among major American cities according to statistics from the U. S. bureau of labor April's unemployment figure for Las Vegas was thirty three point five percent which was far higher than any other of the fifty one metro areas in the country with a population of at least one million people.

John Schaefer
"derek jobbing" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"If I was to see no closure is ending with cards to be dealt by strolling slot jackpots the wind starting today here in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada hotel casinos in suburban areas with the first open at twelve oh one this morning probably later this morning by a restart of the iconic plaza fountain and the openings of many neighboring resorts on the Las Vegas Strip this is really exciting just to be here a long time ago I was hoping it would open and here it is it's okay there are big hopes for recoveries officials balance health concerns against the economic loss of billions of dollars per month and gambling revenue and unemployment that top twenty percent during the night of April there was another peaceful March in Las Vegas last night calling for change in an end to police brutality hundreds gathered outside city hall for the March for peace where Las Vegas police officers had an open dialogue with the group we are very familiar with the one bad apple doesn't ruin the bunch type reasoning and so when one police officer does something that we find despicable alarming we should be careful not to condemn all police officers as bad actors however that same logic has to be transmitted to people who peacefully protest several members of the metro police department walk with the group for several blocks following the March a small group met with officers to discuss the changes the department made over the last few years metro told the group they're listening and hoping to learn a magnitude five point five earthquake jolted the region of California desert were a powerful quake last summer was followed by thousands of aftershocks U. S. Geological Survey says Wednesday's quake hit a fairly shallow depth around six thirty in the evening in the center just north of the small city of ridgecrest the quake was felt as a bump in rolling motion in high rise buildings in downtown Las Vegas Minnesota's Attorney General upgrade charges against one former Minneapolis police officer and filed charges against three other former officers in the death of George for Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says former Minneapolis police officer Derek job and is now charged with unintentional second degree murder and second degree manslaughter for kneeling on George Boyd's neck before he died on may twenty fifth three other now former office search Thomas lane J. lo and two thou have all been charged with aiding and abetting Chavez Allison says he can't talk much about the case our job is to seek justice into saying the conviction not to make statements in the press to put to our talking in court if convicted each of the four could face up to forty years in prison I'm to look for the jobless rate in Las Vegas was the highest among major American cities according to statistics from the U. S. bureau of labor April's unemployment figure for Las Vegas was thirty three point five percent which was far higher than any other of the fifty one metro areas in the country with a population of at least one million.

"derek jobbing" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The nation needs you to express that same sort of comfort and healing that some people need to heal right now I think the nation needs long order because you have a bad group of people out there and they're using George Floyd and they're using a lot of other people to try and do some bad things and what we do and I we have a totally under control asked about his threat to invoke the insurrection act and send active duty military into cities trump responded it depends I don't think we'll have to Tamar Keith NPR news thousands of protesters are out marching in the streets of Washington again tonight not withstanding additional charges filed against the four Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd so far it has been more peaceful than some of violent demonstrations that took place earlier in the week protesters passing block after block of boarded up storefronts covered in plywood with many side streets blocked by police guard troops and federal agents some of trying to engage the troops walking the streets around the White House but they remain silent well some active duty military were brought into the DC area in recent days they have not been deployed a drugs some hope would prevent people from getting covert nineteen after being exposed to the virus does not appear to work for that purpose more from NPR's Joe Palca researchers at the university of Minnesota tested hydroxy caloric win in eight hundred twenty one people who had spent at least ten minutes within six feet of covert nineteen patients have caught a five day regimen of the drug half a placebo as the scientists report in the New England journal of medicine there was no statistical difference in the number of participants who subsequently got covert nineteen themselves twelve percent for people taking the drug versus fourteen percent for people taking placebo this was a study of hydroxy Clark went to prevent cove in nineteen the drug has been used extensively to treat hospitalized patients but scientifically conducted studies have yet to show a clear benefit there either Joe Palca NPR news the federal reserve has approved an expansion of its five hundred billion dollar emergency loan program to support state and local governments the expansion allowing all states and at least two cities or counties eligible to tap the federal support program regardless of population that board unanimously approved the change to the ministry will will quickly fund has been somewhat slowed become operational on Wall Street today the Dow was up five hundred twenty seven points the nasdaq rose seventy four points this is NPR live from KQED news I mean it came several hundred healthcare workers held protests across the East Bay today denounced the in custody killing of George Floyd in Minnesota KQED's Julie Chang reports doctors nurses and other medical workers gathered for a peaceful protest during their lunch break outside Kaiser Permanente hospital in Oakland they kneeled in silence for nine minutes the amount of time police officer Derek job and kept his knee on George Floyd's neck resident pediatric physician elected Charles was there holding a sign that said black lives matter hi matter go ahead.

"derek jobbing" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Crosses into violence is counterproductive to the message it undermines the message it seeks the moral high ground and it strengthens the hand of those on the other side of the debate Johnson who appeared on MSNBC address the demonstrations in response to George Floyd's death former police officer Derek job is security of killing Floyd and faces murder and manslaughter charges Minnesota's Attorney General is now taking the lead in the prosecution former Minneapolis police officer Derek shop it has been moved to state prison in Oak Park heights Minnesota that's about twenty five miles away from Minneapolis he's now set to make his first court appearance next week charged with murder the Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellis said we'll be taking the lead on the prosecution we're going to bring to bear all the resources necessary to achieve justice in this case and that means that we won't leave any resources on the sideline as we pursue justice Ellison would not speak to the possible charges against the three other fire police officers Ribeiro ABC news Minneapolis curfews been extended in Minneapolis and St Paul Minnesota governor Tim wall says the curfew will be in effect for two more days however the hours are changing they'll now be ten PM till four AM more federal personality sent to some cities across the country to help settle the violence is bureau of prisons is sending riot teams to Miami and Washington DC FBI field offices are setting up command posts immigration and customs enforcement or ice is deploying personnel and special response teams customs and border protection is dispatching agents of aviation assets and seventeen thousand National Guard personnel have been activated CBS's Kelly McCormick New York City authorities think violence associated with the George Floyd protest was planned out New York police chief John bill says they have evidence from anarchist leaders out using encrypted communications having resupply routes for things like gasoline and XLR inputs as well as rocks and bottles for four straight Dodge protesters clashed with the NYPD set police vehicles on fire damaged storefronts and looted their buildup Lazio says it's only a small number of people on those protesting locally violence and looting broke out last night after Boston's protests the.

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"derek jobbing" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Marconi awards for his broadcast steps the one in old not really coming in the great American by the way the friends and the family of George Floyd have said that the reaction of the riders have defile the memory of of their loved one George Floyd others have said that the this is quite unusual I'm reading from a a a Friday afternoon Hennepin county medical examiner which is Minneapolis Minnesota issued a report preliminarily because it takes what it takes weeks to get back toxicology and other things and it showed no evidence the George Floyd died of strangulation and traumatic asphyxia so to do that again George Floyd did not die of strangulation or traumatic asphyxia the medical examiner goes on to say that Floyd's death was likely the result of a combination of factors including being restrained by police officers is underlying health condition which included coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease and potential intoxicants in his system the medical examiner said Friday afternoon the combined effects of Mr Floyd's being restrained by the police is underlying health conditions and any potential toxicants in his system likely contributed to his death one other thing quite weird I think according to the medical examiner that Floyd was unresponsive for two minutes and fifty three seconds of the total eight minutes and forty six seconds ward said quote the complaint also says the police in Minneapolis are trained at this type of restraint but the subject in a prone position is inherently dangerous unquote it would take a rocket scientist to figure that out that the George Floyd was under restraint he could not even get up in this video tonight from N. B. C. news that at least two of the other officers assisted in holding down Georgia Floyd and that they're trained that this restraint is inherently dangerous if I if I the US the if the perpetrator is a restrained you can't do it so and the person in charge of training officer Derek job and that would be indirectly Keith Ellison the Attorney General the governor Jim Walz and the mayor Jacob fry they complain about the institutional racism of the institution there in charge they also found when it comes to colleges universities they're always finding institutional racism and state colleges and state universities well you might say who's in charge of that institution that would be the professors complaining about the institutional racism that they're in charge of the institution and the judges and Minnesota are generally selected by the governor Jim Walz before that there was another democratic governor I think was a guy named Coleman the governor for awhile for someone but Minnesota's thoroughly democratic state they appoint the Minnesota judges the prosecutors what can happen county are elected by the citizens of Minnesota in Minneapolis and then they're governed by the laws of the Minnesota Supreme Court Erol mainly Democrats so do you find is somewhat peculiar an odd that institutions are racist for years decades centuries and those in charge of those institutions have no racism at all in their body they they they have no idea what's going on in the city of Chicago and cook county the democratic party's been in charge for ninety five years there's no person very few people alive in cook county Chicago that I've ever had any Republican in charge of them at all but institutional racism exist and the Chicago police department according to the mayor Lori Lightfoot won her party's been in charge of that institution for ninety five years importing all the judges and the probation officers and the prosecutors and the cops they're completely in charge about institution they claim to be racist when they appointed the persons in that institution Keith Ellison today with CNN wolf Blitzer said once again the whole system is rampant with racism well why haven't you fixed it why haven't you corrected it make your jag mayor Jacob Frye governor Jim Walz judges prosecutors probation officers cops they're all racist well you're in charge of the racism then right can somebody ask these individuals questions of this character if you're in charge of the institution that's racist R. J. the race is in charge how is that possible lastly before I take calls look at CNBC the futures market my good friend Joe Kernen this cannot last through tomorrow at noon nasdaq is up seventy one points the S. and P. is up five and a quarter points the nasdaq future is up thirteen points oil is up according to Hong Kong surges more than three percent China's may factory activity expands Amazon target and apple scale back businesses in cities that are being loaded that's called a food desert the looters are hurting the black folks in those areas they're trying to help check out the TV's take out all the fruit all the vegetables knock in the Kroger whatever store Amazon target apple Tarjei one of my favorite places and then a few months from now Jesse Jackson to show up on a plane about food desert's it's absurd I can't imagine I'm nine thirty AM tomorrow morning that they are stock exchange going to be up as indicated at this point this has to have some impact some impact so let's continue to take some calls or go to Nico Nicolino in Quebec Nicolino in core back I'm not sure I got a call from Quebec recently neck Alain and call back welcome to the bill Cunningham show Nikolina how are you thank you Mr Cunningham I think you're a political viewpoint is absolutely correct about this issue I'm fine I want to say that the situation of the tragedy of Mr George Floyd reminds me that twenty one years ago in Montreal Quebec a young man Anthony Griffin an African Canadians with taking the taxi home and he was a block from home and he told the taxi driver looking up at the M. a few dollars short instead the taxi driver thing will walk the rest of the way he took into station thirteen police station where the young Mister Anthony Griffin who was a student and on weekends was in the Canadian reserve the noble young man who was not doing anything violent or anything wrong and had no weapons he was about eighteen years old was shot through the head immediately dead shot directly between his two eyebrows by officer gossip and officer Gosset said in court they had his gun went off accidentally while I've never believed that regardless but the judge found him innocent because the aim that well to get him right between the eyes I don't think it was any accident and secondly there was a candlelit March in a big demonstration on Sherbrooke west through noted down the ground that means our lady of grace neighborhood in NDG and the temptation thirteen and I was in the candlelight parade and the person who's turned around to light my candle was Anthony Griffin's mother registered nurse and I was just shocked to know that they are his mother was right in front of me what can I do to comfort her and all I could say with Mrs Griffin I don't think your son Anthony's immortal soul will ever die and the huge puddle of his red blood on the black tar pavement and Nicolino what happened in the case was the officer did the authorities by the idea that the gun somehow fired by accident did did is there a jury system in Canada what happened well in that case the there was not a jury it was cut the judge and he ruled in favor of boxer concept but I think that was part of institutionalized racism and just correct and protecting a racist police officer I'm not saying all police are racist I don't think like that but when I mean if you're in an institution that's racist and you're in that institution you either know about the racism or you're stupid and can't see it and so right there the term institutional racism those in charge of the institution should not should they not be held accountable yes they should what does that mean Keith Ellison the Attorney General of Minnesota he's in charge of the racism then and Minnesota if his institutional racism he's in charge of the institution no joke governor Jim Walton mayor Jacob Brian Keith Ellison are they responsible for using errors they control and any honest proteolytic would agree with you one hundred percent about your theory of institutionalized racism tell me who's in charge and now you don't eat one might say well it's one time about fifty years the ball the way once again blanket media coverage giving false impressions that police use of force is is omnipresent is wrong it's simply not true I refuse to believe that institutional racism as this group decried by blue big city mayors are is so omnipresent in prevalent that it happens regularly.

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"derek jobbing" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on KOMO

"The demonstrations come even after Derek job in the White former Minneapolis police officer at the center of the firestorm was arrested on murder charges Dave Packer ABC news homeowners one thousand FM ninety seven seven I'm Kelly bye with the top local stories from the co more twenty four seven news center protest turned destructive in Seattle and cities across the country last night more protests are planned for today including one starting at Westlake center at three this afternoon anger over the death of George Floyd has spread from Minneapolis to Atlanta LA and now Seattle commercial Marino was at fifth and Madison last night where police came under attack by protesters soft closing water bottles and rocks into the air officers being hit by these objects from the please respond with and lots of explosions either from the blast balls released by officers or the fireworks set off by protesters storefronts better windows smashed someone broke into the county courthouse was doing something inside as they entered even the fire station came under attack all this early message that people wanted to express about the killing of George Floyd Minnesota and the anger and frustration I feel about the ongoing racism in America do you know which is why I want to just come together love each other you know in stop killing no reason for these children said no reason he murdered that man that was.

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"derek jobbing" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"On ESPN radio and ESPN ABS serious XM channel eighty I am bass well those stories ahead the first up run James is among several high profile athletes who have taken to social media this week after the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis the broad writing quote do you understand now there have been protests the four officers involved have been fired Wednesday the university of Minnesota announcing it'll suffer much of its relationship with the Minneapolis police department the school president saying university will no longer use local officers to assist at major events the White Minneapolis police officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck has been arrested on murder charges and accused in court papers of ignoring another officer's concerns about him Floyd was the hand call black man who died after pleading that he could not breed officer Derek job and was charged with third degree murder and second degree manslaughter it has sparked protests across the United States with fires and looting in Minneapolis an attorney for Floyd's family welcome Friday's arrest but said they expected a more serious murder charge prosecutors say more charges are possible it is time for straight talk brought you by straight talk wireless former NBA player Stephen Jackson met Floyd when the two were growing up in Texas Jackson from Port Arthur Floyd from nearby Houston Jackson spoke Friday afternoon at a rally in Minneapolis I'm not I'm I'm here because they're not going to mean the character of great a Georgia law that's when a lot of times when police.

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"derek jobbing" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"ESPN ABS serious XM channel eighty I am embarrassed for those stories ahead the first up run James is among several high profile athletes who have taken to social media this week after the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis overall I'm writing quote do you understand now there have been protests the four officers involved have been fired Wednesday the university of Minnesota announcing it'll cover much of its relationship with the Minneapolis police department a school president saying university will no longer use local officers to assist at major events the White Minneapolis police officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck has been arrested on murder charges and accused in court papers of ignoring another officer's concerns about him Floyd was the hand called black man who died after pleading that he could not breathe officer Derek job and was charged with third degree murder and second degree manslaughter it has sparked protests across the United States with fires and looting in Minneapolis an attorney for Floyd's family welcome Friday's arrest but said they expected a more serious murder charge prosecutors say more charges are possible it is time for straight talk brought you by straight talk wireless former NBA player Stephen Jackson met Floyd when the two were growing up in Texas Jackson from Port Arthur Floyd from nearby Houston Jackson spoke Friday afternoon at a rally in Minneapolis I'm not I'm I'm here because they're not going to mean the character of great a Georgia law that's when a lot of times when police them things they know that's wrong the person they try to do is cover it up.

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"derek jobbing" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"SportsCenter all night on ESPN radio and ESPN at Sirius XM channel eighty I am embarrassed well those stories ahead the first up run James is among several high profile athlete to have taken to social media this week after the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis a broad writing quote do you understand now there have been protests the four officers involved have been fired Wednesday the university of Minnesota announcing it'll suffer much of its relationship with the Minneapolis police department school president saying university will no longer use local officers to assist at major events and the white Minneapolis officer who knelt on George Floyd snack has been arrested on murder charges accused in court papers of ignoring another officer's concerns about him Floyd was hand cuffed the hair color black man who died after pleading that he could not breed officer Derek job and was charged with third degree murder second degree manslaughter has sparked protests across the United States fires and looting in Minneapolis the attorney for Floyd's family welcome Friday's arrest but said they expected a more serious murder charge prosecutors say more charges are possible it is time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless former NBA player Stephen Jackson met Floyd when the two were growing up in Texas Jackson was from Port Arthur Floyd nearby Houston Jackson spoke Friday afternoon at a rally in Minneapolis I'm not I'm I'm here because they're not going to mean the character of great but it's also that's when a lot of times when police the things they notice wrong the person they try to do is cover it up and bring up your background.

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"derek jobbing" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"derek jobbing" Discussed on KOMO

"Continue more in depth in this story the Minnesota cop seen it kneeling on the knack is now charged with third degree murder in A. B. C. news correspondent Ryan burl has been on the story joins us with a more in depth look at Ryan what are the charges in and how did this arrest go down yeah we were told about the arrest just after noon the arrest apparently made before noon just slightly before noon officer Derek job and the only one arrested in the death of George Floyd the attorney saying that he was the most dangerous of the perpetrators and they felt like they had enough evidence to pursue those charges and enough to convict is their goal with these charges are the first charges that third degree manslaughter essentially saying that there was a death involved there it may not have bags of voluntary death or intended death but there was clearly some wrongdoing as result of manslaughter at the other charge both of these charges could land this officer up to forty years behind bars if convicted now that being said the attorney I did not rule out the possibility of more charges coming or even elevated charges but adds of the evidence that he had right now this is the direction you're going and what that means is that job in years behind bars for the first time since this incident took place on Monday something that at these protesters have been calling for for the last few days we're talking with A. B. C. news correspondent Ryan burrow in Minneapolis and obviously the question now Ryan is what about the other three officers seen standing by and letting this happen any word on their fate no charges for those three officers by the attorney said that he anticipated charges coming would not identify what those charges would be or when but he wanted to quit his first focus he said on charts and out really kind of go from there so it's it's quite possible that that some of them or all of them will be charge maybe similar charges will have to say you are in Minneapolis is there any indication that this arrest might stem some of the protests over the death of George Floyd any indication what's your feeling on that well there are a couple tools now that law enforcement has involved tonight that they maybe didn't have last night and one of them is that the state is now in control alt crowd control yesterday it was kind of a hodgepodge of National Guard and state police as well as Minneapolis police said no one really seem to have any direction at least that's what the governor Calvo like to be the case tonight everything coming from the state they're directing the orders as part of that they are also introducing a curfew for both Minneapolis and St Paul they begin at eight o'clock tonight anyone who's on the street that's not law enforcement or first responder a good basis ideation up to a thousand dollars and maybe up to ninety days behind bars again that's A. B. C. news correspondent Ryan burrow with the latest from Minneapolis and Seattle readies for a protest tomorrow over the police involved death there there is growing concern about anarchists and other fringe elements disrupting the March composed Jonathan Charles has the latest Seattle police leaders.

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