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Fresh update on "devin " discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

00:43 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "devin " discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"As well with them. You talked about kind of what the medical issue that was revealed after the fight has that been resolved. Are you comfortable medically going into this fight? Absolutely. You know, I'm definitely in a much better place physically. Now, you know, no more injuries. Thankfully, you know, coming into this fight, I believe I'm about like 90% in healthy. So, you know, and that is very high. It's a high ratio for me, especially. So you are going to see the magdalena type of performance mixed with the mason Menard performance mixed with so many other things that, you know, everyone is just going to it's just an eye candy performance that I'm really going to put out. You know, I'm performing at the end of the day. And I'm here to really show and let everyone know, you know, I am the guy, you know, I'm not someone that is just here for a moment. You know, I'm here to stay forever. And it's really just those things. The complications that I had, you know, it's great. It's great that we working on that now. And I know that a lot of it had to do because of the weight class. At one 35. I know that for a fact. And I'm just grateful now because I had to learn from that to not stay longer than I need to when my body's telling me it's time to move. So now it's just all about listening to my body and just moving forward from there. When you watched Devin Haney beat cam bosses, what went through your mind? I didn't watch the fact. I was actually in New York City during the time and I was writing a bike. I was writing one of those city bikes and especially music. Honestly, I kind of figured, I know that if I'm in the sport of boxing, then you got to know the business at a sport of boxing. And honestly, I already knew that haney was going to win. So there's no point in watching something that I'm either going to fall asleep watching, or just know that I already know the end result. So it's no point. I'd rather go and connect more with life, really. If Cambodia's one way or the other moves up to one 40, does a rematch interest you. Yeah, for sure, definitely. That's definitely something that will definitely come around, you know? And this time around, you know, I won't be the one to die and he'll be the one feeling that. So, you know, I look forward for him moving up to one 40. I think that Sony, that's the best shot that he really has, though, to stay to stay relevant because devaney is going to beat him again. And honestly, no one's going to care about kimbo since. So he's going to have to move up at one 40. And I'll gladly take that fight, you know? However, I'm focused on all these world title belts. So in the meantime, just focusing on my main goal right now, looking great, August 13th, and then we go from there. I spent some time Tao around Virgil Ortiz last week. And he had a rough year kind of as well. A lot of critics, a lot of doubters after he pulled out of that fight against Michael mckinson. And he said, it was a hard year for him and he used all that going into that fight he had this past weekend. Use the criticism. Do you kind of, does that fuel you going into a fight like this? No, it used to. It used to, I would say, it used to feel me. Now it's more so about just it feels, that doesn't feel me. What feels me is knowing that I am that I am I am who I always said I am. And honestly is the best entertain fight in the game, you know? And I think that's just really what fuels me more than ever. You know, just basically putting on for God, you know, representing him mainly, you know, I'm a child of God and I just focus on just performing at my best just so that he could see that. You know, you know, after my fight, I'm just gonna grant him and thank him for everything that he has done in my life. And hopefully, you know, it could tap into all those kids around the world. You know, put some light in everybody and just move forward. You and your father have had a lot of success together as fighter and trainer. But when things go wrong, people wonder, will the fighter make changes and changes usually means in the corner? Was there any thought in your mind about either bringing someone in to work with your father, replacing your father? What was your mindset there? No, no. It's a dynamic duo, man, to the wheels fall off, you know? Me and my father, I had so many. I mean, man, I had so many people call me and text me afterwards. I mean, people that smile in front of my father's face, you know, and give him a pat on the back and just say, hey, you should leave him and come to come to our side. You know, and I'm like, you know, I don't want to be rude and say that, I know everything 'cause I don't, you know, I still learn. I'm still learning to this day, you know? And that's the greatest thing that I could say about life and what I do with my craft, you know, my father daughter is the one that really, he knows me best. He's seen me at my worst. He's seen me at my best. You know, and he's going to be the one that definitely is going to tell me the things that I really need to focus on on how can I beat this guy? I trust him. I trust him with my life. And honestly, it's really just focusing, honestly, I didn't even want I didn't need or want a assistant coach for this fight. You know, we had talks of other people that wanted to come in and maybe do some collaborations with. That would have made probably, it would have caught more eyes. You know, however, I'm someone that is I'm loyal to the T, you know? And I just want everyone to see that. You know, my father didn't become trained out of the year just by just by luck. In 2020, you know, we beat the most decorated fighter pound for pound during that time facility lomachenko. That was from him. You know, he told me how the game plan had to go. So I just really want to give my father his flowers, especially for this fight. And that everyone let them be known, let it be known to everyone out there that that man is always going to be in my corner. And if anyone got something to say about it, you can meet me. meet me in that ring. Yeah, your father, I mean, it's what have you done for me lately, isn't it? I mean, your father is the guy that was guiding you through Richard Comey, through facility lomachenko, the best year of your professional career and now it's one loss and everybody's looking to he was like, I'll say this man, that's the problem with today's, I don't want to say with everything, but that's the problem with today's world. You know, just because you have one defeat, doesn't mean that you got to go and switch up, you know? Just because something goes wrong or whatever, it doesn't mean that you just got to forget where it started. You know, I think that's what people don't really tap into. I don't need to. And the thing is with all these other trainers, I'm sorry. They don't know shit about boxing. A majority of them. And if anything, they just want to they want to grasp onto me and say that they build something like that. You know, what better way, right, manage to try to train somebody else when they're coming back in a comeback. Fight, knowing the fight is determined to want to win this, right? And needing to win this. And then take credit for it. You know? Say that they made me and they did this. I'm not one to have that, you know? And I don't want to teach. I don't want to teach these coaches how I actually think and how I actually move. You know, if you're not on the same pace with me, you're wasting my time. And I see that with a lot of coaches. And what does a main ego coach do? They try to stimulate your style into their style. And what happens is that the whole time you're focusing on trying to perfect their style that you're not really thinking in the ring. And that's the thing that a lot of these fighters because they're not educated enough. They don't really tap into that. They're just like, okay, I got to go over here because I lost. No, you don't. You just got to go back to the drawing board and stay loyal to the team that started with you. No question. And look, you now in a position with top rank having a lot of those top fighters at a 140 pounds. You'll get that title shot very quickly. I'm assuming. I'm assuming I'm guessing that in those discussions with top rank, there are big opportunities immediately ahead of you. Absolutely, you know, I know that right now the vacant builds the vacant belts right now as somewhat, I guess already taken. So, you know, Josh Taylor is still talking about getting married and all this other stuff. I honestly, we can make that fight happen. You know, I try to make the fight happen with Taylor with Cadillac and stuff like that. However, as we can see, you know, I really don't have no say right now, you know, this was a top rank executive move. And it kind of makes me feel some type of way, but I understand, you know? I'm a fighter. So the day I die. And I'm someone that definitely loves to take every challenge and every fight. You know, and I don't know if I so, you know, but it kind of made me realize how do I how do I come back to take over and set the tone? Saturday night, August 13th against Pedro Campo is

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Kash Patel Shares His Thoughts on the Mar-a-Lago Raid

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 20 hrs ago

Kash Patel Shares His Thoughts on the Mar-a-Lago Raid

"Talk about the raid of Mar-a-Lago. So I had a government clearance. I maintained it because of some work I do as a contractor outside of government, but we have this system in America where directors of agencies like the CIA, cabinet members and former presidents retain their clearances. They have legacy clearances. They don't have to re up them every 5 years. They don't have to have an excuse. So explain to me with what logic could you raid a president's home if he still has the highest clearances cash Patel? You can't with the logic of politics. The Department of Justice has become the department of politics. And so as this FBI, because nobody's rating Barack Obama's home, where he has 30 million pages of information, a lot of which is classified, he hasn't released one single page of it to the national archives. Here you have president Trump the most transparent president in modern American history, giving documents in the national archives declassifying them and telling him to get him out, but only to have the national archives, and I know this because I'm president Trump's representative to the national archives and have been fighting to get these documents out. They're not rating Obama's home. They're not reading bush's home. They're not reading Jimmy Carter's home. They're not reading Bill Clinton's home. And this is the hypocrisy and the two tier system of justice on full display. He wants the American people to see the documents that show the corruption and this is me just making a guess, but I think the documents that they seize that Mar-a-Lago show more government corruption by the FBI and DoJ. And if that's the case, it shows the politicization of our law enforcement, just like when I ran rush again. Remember, Devin and I only got 60% of the documents out. President Trump declassified the rest, but because of bureaucracy and The White House counsel, they were never released. All right,

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Sebastian Welcomes Captain Henry Hendrix (Ret.) to the Show

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | Last week

Sebastian Welcomes Captain Henry Hendrix (Ret.) to the Show

"End studio captain Henry J Jerry Hendricks, U.S. Navy retired. Welcome in studio. It's a pleasure to be here. Thank you for having me, doctor gorka. So we had a super fun discussion. I think we bought everybody around us because we got into the nitty Gritty of national defense, the navy personnel, very, very rapidly at this little soiree. Tell our audience, who you are, what's your background and what you have done in and out of uniform to serve this nation? Well, I joined the navy in 1988 out of an ROTC scholarship at Purdue. I served in the P three community doing maritime patrol and reconnaissance. I flew in Saudi Arabia during desert storm. I flew over Yugoslavia during the 1990s doing maritime surveillance over land doing ISR. And then 9 11 occurred. I was actually here in Washington, D.C. serving with the chief of naval operations staff when 9 11 occurred. I knew a number of shipmates who were killed in The Pentagon. My career sort of changed to strategy after that. So I went back and got a master's in diplomatic history, became a strategist largely worked for Andy Marshall in the office of net assessment. Yoda. Yes, and it's a great pleasure and honor to work for that man. Ended up working for the secretary of the navy as the director of his advisory panel and then finally, because no good deed goes unpunished, I served out my last three years as director of naval history since they figured out I had a PhD. And then I retired and I worked in a think tank as ahead of a defense program and now I work as a consultant and also with the sagamore institute of think tank in Indianapolis, Indiana. All right,

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The Decline of America's Military With Captain Henry Hendrix (Ret.)

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:40 min | Last week

The Decline of America's Military With Captain Henry Hendrix (Ret.)

"Given that huge breadth of experience in the navy in The Pentagon, reviewing the history of the United States Navy, what is the state of the U.S. Navy today? We're largely broken. The navy is too small for the task that it has been assigned. And we can see this in that the combatant commanders, the regional combat commanders, demand about a 110 ships to be forward deployed in any given moment. And in fact, we only have 298. And so we're talking about per combatant command. No, no. Total worldwide. Reagan's was what Reagan's navy was 600. 600 ships. And at that time, we maintain a 150 ships out at sea at any given moment. Serving, doing naval presence missions, power projection and everything. So right now, that's what we have total. Yeah, we have 298 total in the fleet. Serving at any one time? Yeah. And so that's why we broke in the fleet. So we didn't have enough time given the demands for all the ships to be four deployed to properly maintain them at home or train their crews. And so if you remember back to 2017, when we had three collisions and a grounding result in the deaths of American sailors at sea, it was largely because we weren't being able to do all this at home cycle because we were under demand to be forward and today we've decreased the number of ships that are forward deployed. But what that's done is created power vacuums in places like the South China Sea that other nations have stepped into to fill like China with the building of the artificial islands and so on. So really it's this decline of the navy that's invited this competition that we're seeing at sea right now.

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Lee Zeldin, GOP Nominee for NY Governor, on Changes He'd Make in NY

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:52 sec | Last week

Lee Zeldin, GOP Nominee for NY Governor, on Changes He'd Make in NY

"Us about the remedy. So you're running for governor, the website is Zelda for New York dot com that's Zelda for New York dot com and talk about the peculiar constitutional powers you have if you become governor congressman. We don't have recall elections in New York, but what we do have is written into the New York State constitution, the governor of the state of New York has the authority to remove a district attorney who refuses to enforce the law. And the Manhattan district attorney, Alvin Bragg, is refusing to enforce the law across the board. I would, as my first action on day one after getting sworn in, we'll remove the Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg is not just a constitutional authority it is my constitutional obligation to protect the people of New York. All

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NY Rep. Lee Zeldin Discusses Attack at Campaign Event

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last week

NY Rep. Lee Zeldin Discusses Attack at Campaign Event

"Talk about your experience a week ago. I texted you as soon as I heard you up the next day, what is the latest? I know the New York authorities, local or sheriffs released the person who attacked you. How did it go down? Give us an update on everything that happened to you. The latest update is that over the weekend, the U.S. attorney's office charged this person and he was re arrested and he's currently being detained. That night, right after the attack had taken place, I was saying that we can't be seeing this attack or get released back out on the street due to cash flow, but I was predicting that it was something that would probably happen. It'd be wrong if it would happen, but that's New York's cash flow spare law for you. And ensure enough just hours later, he was released. New York's cash flows bail law is resulting in all sorts of stories all across the state where people are getting released from prison without any type of judicial discretion. We just had an issue a few weeks ago in New York where two Mexican cartel drug smugglers were busted with 1.2 million dollars worth of crystal meth and they were instantly rereleased back out on the street due to cash flow spell. I'm grateful for all the people who are thinking quick on their feet there Thursday evening. Instantly within a moment, jumped on stage, they subdued the attacker. I'm grateful to the Monroe county sheriff's office. They responded quickly. They were there within minutes and they were professionals. And fortunately, this didn't end up any worse than it did, but it was pretty nuts. What did happen?

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 Suns match Pacers' offer for Ayton, keeping nucleus intact

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Suns match Pacers' offer for Ayton, keeping nucleus intact

"It took just a few hours for the suns to hang on to Deandre ayton a person with knowledge of the matter says Phoenix has matched the pacers four year $133 million offer sheet to the starting center The move keeps the sun's nucleus of ayton and all star backcourt Chris Paul and Devin Booker intact The center averaged 17.2 points and 10.2 rebounds per game last season while shooting 63% from the field and 37% on three pointers Ayton was a key figure during the sun's run to the 2021 finals and he helped Phoenix when a team record 64 games this past season I'm Dave

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Wells wins 6th straight decision, Orioles beat Twins 3-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Wells wins 6th straight decision, Orioles beat Twins 3-1

"Tyler wells continued his unbeaten streak while leading the Orioles past the twins three to one Welles took a no hitter into the 5th inning for the second consecutive start struck out a career high 7 and improved to 6 and O with a 1.89 ERA in 7 starts since the loss to the Yankees on May 25th Rugnetta door opened the scoring with a 5th inning blast and ending before Trey Mancini and Ryan mountcastle homeward on consecutive pitches offloads are Devin smeltzer Smelter allowed just three other hits over 6 frames but the twins saw their lead in the AL central cut to two games over the guardians I'm Dave

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The Latest Features From Truth Social With CEO Devin Nunes

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

The Latest Features From Truth Social With CEO Devin Nunes

"We're back with Devin Nunes. He is the CEO of the Trump media and tech group responsible for truth social. Before you came on, we were chatting, I just want to say thank you. I'm nowhere close to your 733,000 followers. Follow him at Devin Nunes, but my account, my modest little account, almost a quarter of a million followers already, but I can't keep up with what's happening every day. It's two, three, 4000 followers. Tell us about what's happening on the site, what we should expect in the future. When is it going to go to other platforms, messaging systems, so much is happening it's so exciting. Yeah, it really is. And right now, we're basically just a feed where we don't use an algorithm. So if you follow more, if you're like me, you follow, I think I fell about 500 people. You can't hardly keep up with the feed, right? So it's a bit of a challenge. So if you post in the morning and I don't check it till the evening, I don't know what you really said that day unless I go to your page. So what we're working on is a feature that will allow for you to easily access folks that you interact with. And so that's a feature that we're coming out with, along with notifications. And we're hopeful it's going to be out by the 4th of July. We're pushing hard. We got our whole team working here on it to try to get it done, but it essentially gives you two features that will be good to go and see and view content. So that's the big feature that's coming up. Obviously, people ask about the Android app, we are working around the clock on that also. And we're hopeful I don't want to give a date on that, but we're pushing it as fast as you can. But I should say that even if you have an Android, you can go to true social dot com and you can bookmark it. So you can get it on your phone. It's not as simple as going to the Google Play Store, but you can sign up, get your account and interact with Sebastian gorka.

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Devin Nunes on the Ridiculous Charade That Is the J6 Committee

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

Devin Nunes on the Ridiculous Charade That Is the J6 Committee

"Truth teller extraordinary. Now the CEO of the Trump media group's truth social former chairman of the intelligence House committee, great friend of the show, Devin Nunes, welcome back. Great to be back with you. As always. So we've got you for two segments. We're going to talk about you got a hint. You want to tease us about what's coming around the corner with truth social in the next segment. I'm so grateful. I don't know what you guys did behind the curtain, but I'm gaining two or 3000 followers a day. Absolutely exploding. People need to follow you on truth social people need to get an account. But let's start with what's happening right now on Capitol Hill. It's a circus. Some of our callers have called it an inquisition, a star chamber. I got to ask you as a pro on Capitol Hill. Is this going to back fire in ways the Democrats do not expect? Well, I have some other names I could call it sea bass, but we won't do that since you're on the radio. I don't want you to, I don't want you to get bleeped out. Look, the Congress has never seen anything like this. It's never been done in history, where the minority party, the Republicans in this case, don't get the ability to put the people they want on the committee. So effectively, what you have, plain and simple, is you have judge, jury, prosecution, defense, all in one, along with the media who are just going along with this charade. So I think what's going to have to happen here, ultimately, is if the Republicans are successful in the fall, there's going to need to be a whole host of investigations, but especially around January 6th and what the government and the Biden administration and the Democrats in Congress, everything that they've been doing, even some Republicans are supposed to Republicans. I need to look at how their doctoring evidence, how they're manipulating people. And look, we still don't know. And I still say this, who's this ray of sky, that's all I want to

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Sebastian Talks 2022 With Kari Lake, Candidate for Arizona Governor

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:57 sec | Last month

Sebastian Talks 2022 With Kari Lake, Candidate for Arizona Governor

"How is the carry a Lake for governor campaign doing? It's doing great. I know it because my opponents are panicking. That's always a good sign with a completely in a panic. But our internal polling is looking great, even some of the public polling. You know, sometimes they're not always honest with the public polling because they're trying to sway the public. But our internal polling is showing us up anywhere from 19 to 25 points, which is huge. And we're just doing great. We're going to win this. I believe in the primary. I'm up against a rhino, though, as I've told you before, married to a billionaire, a 95 year old billionaire, and she's pumping a million a week into this race. What? To try to bring us down. And this is the desperation of that part of the Republican Party Seb, they know that if they don't win this time, that the McCain machine doocy machine is done, and it is the Donald Trump America first way from here on out.

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Fox Fails on Day 1 of Jan. 6 Hearings

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:21 min | 2 months ago

Fox Fails on Day 1 of Jan. 6 Hearings

"Apparently on Fox News didn't do so well. First off, they didn't have the commercials. No. Secondly, they didn't have the ratings. No. They had their normal rating. Exactly. I'm a parent. This has got a bump. Actually, I believe their ratings were down. They were down. They went down that guy because people were tuning in to where they could actually see the coverage of Fox business got a bump. So people did want to see that watch their program and Devin Nunez got it wrong. Yes. Howard Kurtz had to correct Devin Nunes because he said to put this in prime time, the numbers were way down. So I don't understand how these big corporations, I know it was spread across some 20 different networks when you compare Fox News, which didn't air it live. It just destroyed CNN and MSNBC, right? And Kurtz went, no. Actually, no. Computer says no. Compute says no. The networks like MSNBC did very well covering the hearing Kurtz noted. Two Devin's face, obviously it would appeal to the liberal viewers of that network. Devon. Devin. Amongst cable networks, by the way, MSNBC did lead the pack with 4.2 million total viewers followed by CNN. At 2.6 million Fox, which didn't cover the hearings, averaged its usual 3 million. Yeah. So it didn't gain any viewers. It didn't necessarily lose

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The Connection Between Violent Crime and Marijuana Usage

The Officer Tatum Show

01:36 min | 2 months ago

The Connection Between Violent Crime and Marijuana Usage

"I got Sean sent me an article about marijuana usage in its residual effects. And just because, you know, correlation denied always mean causation, but at least you have the facts and understanding, you know, according to an article called cannabis causes psychosis, a psychosis caused violence written by a gentleman, a doctor named Alex berenson on May 25th in an article he describes some of the correlations between marijuana usage and violent criminals. Mister, I don't like even like to say the guy's name, but it was confirmed that the shooter and Yuval di had issues with using marijuana. Don't know how much he used, but he was upset because his grandmother and mother allegedly would not let him use marijuana. Nicholas Cruz, which is a Florida high school shooter, was heavily used in marijuana, and that's what he told the police in the police interview. Devin Patrick Kelly, who shot up a Texas church and killed 26 people on 2017 before, you know, obviously killing himself had a THC in his system when he died, Darryl Brooks junior last seen allegedly racing through the walk of Christmas parade, self described as a stoner and here's some statistical data that may become relevant. It says, meanwhile, the cities like Portland, Oregon, have suffered an explosion in violence, following the legalization of cannabis.

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Truth Social's Devin Nunes Share Thoughts on the Durham Investigation

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Truth Social's Devin Nunes Share Thoughts on the Durham Investigation

"He was a California congressman from the 21st and then 22nd district for, well, 2003 to 2022. A premier investigator of government malfeasance and corruption, he won the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2020, and he's now the chief executive officer of the Trump media and technology group. Devin, welcome to the podcast. Great to have you as always. Let me start by asking you about this sussman verdict. The acquittal of sussman appears to be a real blow to the Durham investigation and also I think for some of us seems to suggest that Hillary has not just 9 lives, but maybe an infinite number of lives, this woman is always one step ahead of the posse. Can you spell out the implications of this verdict? Did you see it coming? And what does it mean? Yeah, I think you have to start with what Durham did with this, whether he meant to do it or not. We won't know until probably many years later, if we ever know, is that my guess is he probably tried to get sussman to plead. Sussman and the Clinton people said, you know what? We'll roll the dice. We'll see if you really want to bring this case in Washington, D.C., where they know they control the court. They have a judge that, you know, many of those judges now, I mean, they're big problems. Then of course, you have the tainted jury that was immediately tainted with Clinton donors, AOC, donors, et cetera, et cetera. So I'm not sure if Durham was kind of forced, tried to get sussman to plea because it was a pretty clear cut case, right? You had receipts. You had text messages. There was nothing that was confusing about this. It was a clean case of line at FBI, especially as Durham laid out the case. And then so in the process of that, you can either kind of decide well, Durham was forced into it and or Durham knew that he had to roll the dice, but the good thing with all of this is that we learned so much that Durham laid out, which was the grander larger case, which there was a major conspiracy that was going on

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Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski Talks About Twitter

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 2 months ago

Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski Talks About Twitter

"Chris, I know you work closely with the people at truth social. Something's happened there. Devin was on the show a week ago. Now that it's available through the website through the mobile dot com on Android, my account is exploding. It was growing about one 2000 subs a day. Now it's four 5, 6000 per day on my account. Why do we need another social media account taught us about Twitter and your business manual? You're not in it for charity. Elon says he's just doing it for the freedom. I think he wants to make some money as well. Can you explain to me how Twitter doesn't make money with gazillions of users? What is the problem there? And maybe it has something to do with bot accounts. This study last week that half half of President Biden's 22 million followers aren't real people. So talk to us about this weird thing that is Twitter. Yeah, I keep banging my head against this and trying to figure it out, but when you compare. And I think there's a really good comparison now. You have truth social. So you can actually put two very similar things. Two pieces of evidence, right beside each other and you look at it and you're like, you have half the followers on truth, and you have double the followers on Twitter, and you're getting more engagement. Meaning an individual pose on the site that has smaller reach gets far more interaction with the followers. By multiples, which just makes sense, mathematically. They were only on iOS for the first little while here. They're only on mobile web and iOS now. They're only in the United States, whereas Twitter's global on every device, every platform. I think you can even find Twitter on a TV if you really wanted to get it on there. So like, and then when you look at the interaction that you get on truth versus the interaction you get on Twitter, you're looking at the users that are coming to you on Twitter, and they're like, hello, one, two, three, 6. Thousands of digits. Generated. And then you're looking at and you're looking at truth and their actual genuine comments that are like positive and you're going to find negative ones, but legitimate

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How We Hold Elites Accountable With Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 2 months ago

How We Hold Elites Accountable With Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes

"Kind of a broader point, Devin, how do we hold our elites accountable? I mean, it sure seems as if there's just kind of this untouchable kind of community that they could do whatever they want. What are your thoughts on that? Well, I believe that well, one, I mean, I think everybody that's on our side here agrees that there's just been this two sets of rules for what's the old saying rules for thee, but not for me. And I think that's what we're seeing. But I do want to make clear that there is another indictment that sitting out there that's going to be tried and I believe September October in the fall. This is in Virginia at least. So I think there's a lot better jury pool there. As we move forward, I think this is just going to be the continuing fight that we're left with in this country and you were saying it before the break. We just have the decay of these institutions that have gotten so bad, started 5, 6 years ago with the FBI, greenlighting this whole deal. Being in on the whole deal and the Russia hoax to Supreme Court Justices getting protested outside of their home and leaks of transcripts or of drafts of decisions, leaking from the Supreme Court to now slam dunk cases like this on something that the country has been dealing with 5 or 6 years now that was orchestrated by a major political figure. Hillary Clinton and her team. So I think that's, you know, I don't have any great answers here, Charlie, other than to say that it's kind of the reason why I left Congress was to get out there and create true social so that people have a network that at least we can communicate with each other

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Congressman Devin Nunes' Reaction to the Michael Sussmann Acquittal

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Congressman Devin Nunes' Reaction to the Michael Sussmann Acquittal

"Okay, with this right now is Devin Nunes. So we just got the Michael sussman ruling. Awfully depressing and maddening, what are your thoughts? Yeah, I think that's exactly right, Charlie. But not surprising at the same time. In D.C., Durham had no other place he probably had to bring it there. We kind of knew two weeks ago and there was three Clinton jurors. You had a juror from there was somehow related or new Susan's wife, you had all kinds of, I think, conflicts there. And look, Donald Trump got what 5% of the vote in Washington, D.C., it's tough to get any jury there and is corrupt as things are in this country now. Everything's political and including this. I mean, it was a pretty easy slam dunk case. I mean, there was a text message. He clearly lied and if you look at the things that many normal Americans go to jail for, this is one that was pretty easy.

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Follow Jennifer Horn and Sebastian on Truth Social Now!

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Follow Jennifer Horn and Sebastian on Truth Social Now!

"It. Jennifer horn, welcome back to America first. No pressure there. Hi, doctor. Sorry about that. Usually with you on Wednesdays and I have had no voice for like 48 hours. So it's coming back. I feel like it's getting there, but yes, I am a little more sultry today. I love it. I love it. I love it. She is the co host of the morning answer a.m. 5 90 a.m. 8 70 the answer also see our end talk dot com. Follow her right now on Twitter at you guessed it Jennifer, are you a true social my dear? Yeah, would you give me a follow I just started actually. I followed like 16 follows 5000 people on Twitter. I've been a little bit slow on truth, but I'm going to go as we are on air live. I'm going to go into truth. Because I'm brand new. What is your name on the truth? Jennifer horn. Guys, a lot of people, I don't know why a lot of maga people, given that this is made for manga by mister maga, president Trump, there we go, I am following you right now. A lot of people have pseudonyms, or don't use their real names on truth, social guys, come on, get serious president Trump who will be on the show, by the way. Did I tell you he'll be on the show, by the way. If he can go on there, if Devin Nunez, who was on the show yesterday as the pre pre warm up can use his own name, then so can you, but join something is happening on social. I am getting about between two and 3000 followers a day now on social. So I'm going to ask president Trump what magic source he's using behind the scenes. He's the real Wizard of Oz, so excited to have a new

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'Breaking the News' Author Alex Marlow on Free Speech in Big Tech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | 2 months ago

'Breaking the News' Author Alex Marlow on Free Speech in Big Tech

"We were talking about the Second Amendment, the assault on it, the newsroom uvalde. We can segue very smoothly to the topic of your book breaking the news and the big issue of big tech. Because Elon Musk, the individual, you warned me about that we had so many high hopes of tweeted out, I think it was on Thursday morning or Wednesday night that, yeah, we have to do something about these AR-15s, maybe some special kind of registration or training. And I just tweeted out Elon, you were doing so well. Let's break down this story. The book is breaking the news. You've got to get it from our guest, Alex marlowe breaking the news exposing the establishment media's hidden deals and secret corruption. Where are you at in terms of Twitter, I don't know if you're on truth social, something's happened on true social, my account is now two, 3000 new followers every single day for the last weeks of something exponentials happening there. They're opening it up to Android as well. We had Devin Nunes on the show. We invited president Trump on the show as well. Are we starting to see some glimmers of hope? Or are you still concerned that this is the most powerful weapon on the left has to distort and steal elections? Yeah, it is one of the most powerful for sure. Noteworthy is maybe the most powerful of them all is Google, which president Trump was complaining that Google might be discriminating against true social. And that would be great because I spoke to Donald Trump personally a couple of years ago about the threat of big tech. And he was really obsessed with Twitter and I get why that was his most powerful tool, but for his supporters, the most powerful tools have been Google and Facebook by a mile, Google number one. And so if he's getting fired up about Google assuming he runs for president next time around, that could be a very good thing because he needs to crack the whip on Google who is manipulating elections in a major way, in my opinion. But what's happening is Musk is going to disappoint. If you're a mos super fan, if you think he's some sort of pure guy, he's going to disappoint you in different ways. He does a lot of things and says a lot of things that do make me indicate some of the red pilling is legitimate. I was kind of in the campus at most all performance art to advance his business businesses. I'm not there anymore. I now think he has internalized some of the values you and I have, doctor G, but he's going to keep making mistakes.

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"devin  " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

08:10 min | 2 months ago

"devin " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"So he could look at it two ways. Do I want to continue in this, what a lot of people perceive to be a contentious relationship with Floyd Mayweather in particular, or do I just want, as you said, to continue dealing with Al hayman and showtime, but just eliminate Floyd Mayweather. I was surprised to your point, Chris, I was surprised that he said what he said this week in that, you know, we've done a lot of good things, I'm paraphrasing, but we've done a lot of good things together and who knows what's going to happen in the future because it's completely contrary to what he had indicated in the past. He had tweeted some things that mostly he had taken down, but he had tweeted some things that were screenshot that certainly indicated that he was heading in a different direction after this fight. So I guess I'm headed to the press conference later today for the fight. And I'll ask him about it. I'm sure other people are asking him about it as well. Maybe he's now undecided. I don't know. I mean, but I just thought it was weird that he completely changed course based on what he had said over the last few months this week. He is the master of the tweet then delete, which he knows was anyone is meaningless because it'll get screen grab, shared all that way. It doesn't matter if he keeps it up or not. It's still out there. I mean, unfortunate tweet at Jake Paul, you know, all of a sudden went viral even after he deleted it talking about the money. He tweeted Derek Harmon's phone number. I mean, it Derek Carmen apparently had tried to arrange for him to meet with bob. Obviously, Derek harman, the former light heavyweight contender who works for bob Aaron for top right. He tweeted his phone number. Which I thought was funny, but I was like, oh man, I believe he took that down as well, but people started calling Derek Harmon and nonstop. Let me ask you them as Keith. Even if he leaves Mayweather, if he remains tied to Al hayman, does any of it matter? There's like ultimately to get what javonte Davis wants. Al hayman and PBC are going to have to do a deal with somebody. You are not going to get next year the winner of Devin Haney versus George Campbell's without doing a deal. Either with ESPN matchroom if haney finds his way back there, whoever. You're just not going to you're probably not going to do it. You're not going to get a deal for Ryan García unless you involve golden boy and his own. It's kind of as simple as that. All the talk about Mayweather. It's almost like a red herring. Like if he's not going to agree or if Al haymon's not going to agree to do deals with somebody else, we're still right back where we started in my mind where he's looking around the PBC universe where there's nobody. Like, I don't know who we would fight in that in that sphere. If he only limits his options to that in his next fight. You and I would both love to see Davis against Ryan García before the end of the year. There's been some momentum for those talks in the past have been real negotiations for those talks in the past. Ryan's going to fight against somebody in mid July and then presumably be available for one more fight before the end of the year. Do you think that it's possible for Al hayman to do a deal with somebody else? Do you think it's necessary for Al ham to do a deal with somebody else in order to get a big fight for Giovanni Davis? To answer your first question, Chris, it might matter very significantly to boxing fans in this way if javonte Davis leaves Mayweather promotions. What has been relayed to me is that he wants these fights and that he feels that Mayweather and maybe to a lesser degree Leonard ellerbe have prevented him from getting these fights. That's true or not, is probably somewhere in between. But if he really wants those fights and then he removes the people who he feels have been obstacles toward him getting those fights, well then maybe those fights happen because he demands it and he's speaking for himself now and he tells Al Heyman, I want to fight. Let's just say Ryan García. Please go make the Ryan García fight whatever we have to do, whichever partnership we have to create to make that happen, please go do that. Now, the onus would be strictly on javonte Davis at that point. If he does leave me with a promotions and then say a fight with Ryan García doesn't happen or a fight with the winner of Devin Haney and George Campbell just doesn't happen. Now if haney beach camp boasts, he's going to be tied up obviously because he has to fight him in a immediate rematch. So that fight won't be available to javonte Davis for a while, but the Ryan García fight, Chris with June and I have discussed multiple times on the podcast is a fight that will really resonate not only with boxing fans with people outside of boxing because I think both of these guys Ryan García is in a Gatorade commercial now and he has a huge social media following javonte Davis clearly has resonated with fans based on his gate receipts and you know reasonably decent pay per view numbers. Both of these guys are unlike most boxers in that people outside of boxing know who they are and they would love to see them fight. That I think that's the fight for both guys because on the other side of it, if you're Ryan García is matchmaker, if he's going to lose, you want him to lose the fight against Giovanni Davis, where he's going to make a lot of money as opposed, you keep taking these, look, if he fights Javier fortuna, it's not an easy fight, but it's a fight that Ryan García should win. But if you take enough of those, maybe one of those times you're going to take a risk that you shouldn't take and he's going to get picked off and that he's not going to be in position to make an enormous amount of money for javonte Davis. So if I'm his people, I'm trying to guide him toward that fight. Now, of course, Ryan García see it also is going to want to fight the winner of Devin Haney George campus just because who wouldn't want to fight for all the lightweight titles, right? But I think commercially the biggest fight in the lightweight division short of the titles and it doesn't really matter if they have the titles or not is javonte Davis against Ryan García. So whether he's with me, whether promotions or whether he's away from Mayweather promotions, I don't really care about that. What I care about is making the fights for javonte Davis that we want to see and that more importantly, the fans, the people who are paying their money and who religiously pay attention to this sport, get the types of fights that they want and Ryan García javonte Davis is certainly one of those fights. Davis, you know, the message to Mayweather promotions isn't, you know, I'm gone. It should be, you know, make this fight for me or I'm gone. Simple as that. Like if you want to be in business with me moving forward, this is the fight. You've got to make one way or the other. I don't want other lesser fight because I agree with you. I mean, you're more connected to javonte team than I am, but I've gotten the sense that the criticism of his opponents has really bothered him over the years. And this perception, right or wrong, that he's avoided these tough fights, has nodded him a little bit. So, you know, I think it now becomes on him to apply the pressure and say, this is the fight I want. It's available to me. I know you've talked to Ryan García side in the past. Don't let networks get in the way, make a joint pay per view if you have to, whatever it's got to be to make something like that happen. And let's do it. Now at some point before the end of the year. But you're right. It is now, I think, on javonte Davis to be response, making it happen. It seems like he wants that. He wants to he wants that responsibility. He wants to, as he said, I believe Brian Custer take the training wheels off. And go out there and make his own fights. Last thing for you Keith, Deontay Wilder, got a statue. Good for Deontay, by the way. Good guy. I mean, really good guy and deserves it down in Alabama. And the question came up during that unveiling about his future and wilder confirmed he was going to be back in the ring at some point. He's not fought since last year when he was knocked out by Tyson Fury. What do you think the future is for Deontay Wilder? It was mid 30s now and you know, the clock is certainly ticking on how much time he has left. Yeah, he's 36 years old now, Chris will be 37 in September, I believe, or October, maybe. But.

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"devin  " Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

04:19 min | 8 months ago

"devin " Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"He doesn't feel like a rookie when it comes to the preparation for talking about the game. I think he's come with that and I think part of that is what he did at Alabama those guys are always playing for championships. The other guys that play a quarterback in front of them are all in the NFL right now. So I don't think anything is new to him. What we're trying to do as a team and I think that's really paid off for us and I think he's just a focus a lot on what he needs to do on himself and I think a lot of us as older guys kind of told him I don't change that. That's how you become a good player in this league, keep doing those things. All right, and a couple of minutes I have left with you, Devin McCourty. First one, I got two more questions for you. First one, I'm going to go in that third rail direction, which is making you talk about your coach Bill Belichick, but you've been around. You've been there for 12 years. Do you think he's got a little bit of a reinvigoration because of what's happening this year after last year that Mac Jones is there that you seem to be back on the patriot way track based on somebody who's just watching it. Do you see Belichick in any different way this year, Devin? I want to say different, but I would say last year, less of that face that everybody mouth thought. It was it wasn't what we wanted. It wasn't an expectation that wasn't the standard. And I think all of us kind of walked out of here last year after that last game against the jets. I'm happy that we won the game, but also that feeling of like, well, we don't want to be living this way again..

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"devin  " Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

04:30 min | 8 months ago

"devin " Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"The New England Patriots getting set to play Monday Night Football against the Buffalo Bills to wrap up week number 13 in the NFL is none other than a longtime pro and it's 12th season out of Rutgers right now for the New England Patriots Devin McCourty. How are you doing, Devin? I'm doing all right. How you doing? I'm doing fine. I appreciate you just joining us fresh off the practice field right now. You've been around some championship teams. They're sir, and you've been around some teams that have gotten hot and then made the Super Bowl. Is this one of those teams? Do you think? I don't know, man. I would say all those teams are not at all. I would say in the process we didn't know. And I would say some of those teams, we have some tough times on adversity that hit where if you look back there were a lot of people down in the sand, there was no chance of that. So I think all those teams don't have one thing about it, they were willing to work hard and not worry about everything else that was going on outside but just kind of focused on the team and that's what we've been appreciating here all year. Obviously starting two or four was an idea, but I think the mentality of all the guys in this locker room almost staying focused on each other staying focused on the team has enabled us to go on a little bit of a Wall Street and I think you've heard it in the last few weeks from a lot of different players. We want to keep that mentality and we want to keep that going for us to play. So then what I have seen, this isn't my first rodeo at the NFL, as you know. I have seen many patriots teams certainly on defense play this way before, but it usually it's right around now when it begins to gel because so many guys who come in new don't understand or conceive of what the do your job mentality is and how this defense works, but you guys have been balling out for weeks. Why? Would you say, Devin? I think it's just a combination of guys understanding their roles, guys going out there and doing it. And I think the biggest part we've done a better job at comparative beginners is situational football. And all of a key situations call it two minute where we know they're passed and they have to pass..

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"devin  " Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

06:16 min | 10 months ago

"devin " Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"America first, and here's your host, doctor Sebastian gorka. Cohen said though, in that open testimony, he had no direct evidence of collusion with Russia. The Senate Intel, chairman also said, at this point, no evidence of collusion at this point. Have you seen, do you have direct evidence of collusion with Russia? Well, I think there is direct evidence in the emails from the Russians through their intermediary, offering dirt on Hillary Clinton as part of what is described in writing as the Russian government effort to help elect Donald Trump. They offer that dirt. There is an acceptance of that offer in writing from the president's son Don Junior and there's overt acts in furtherance of that that is the meeting at Trump Tower and all the lies to cover up that meeting at the Trump Tower. And apparently lies that the president participated in that to me is direct evidence, but there's also abundant circumstantial evidence. A refrain we heard for nigh on four years, Russia, Russia, Russia, incontrovertible evidence from a man who, and this is a hard thing to do is perhaps the most mendacious, the largest liar in Washington, D.C., a man called Adam Schiff. Let's talk to a man who is the opposite of Adam Schiff. He is a truth teller. Also formally chair of the August House intelligence committee representing the 22nd congressional district of California. We welcome a true freedom fighter. Congressman Devin Nunes, welcome to America first one on one. I'll see as it's great to be with you. I'm honored and I'm not sure that you should use the term Auguste body for anything in Washington. No less Congress and especially the House intelligence committee that as you know has turned into a complete scam show of impeachment and other circus acts. I will caveat that and say it depends who's running it when you are in charge. It was an August body when that guy that clown took over and was tweeting out classified information from closed door Sessions in the break. It became something very, very different. Great to have you on the show. Only guest on America first who gets to call me sea bass, but that's because he is Devin Nunes. Congressman Nunes, I didn't want to spoil your day. I just wanted to tee that cut up to ask you a question that I have to give full credit. I lived in Hungary after the fall of communism the land of my parents birth. And there was an issue there in the 1990s. Nobody, not one person paid the price for the crimes of the prior regime. There was no truth in reconciliation, no truth committees, and one day a very bright philosopher wrote a big article, changed the overton window. And the title of the article, a congressman was is our nation becoming a land of no consequences. I look at America in the last 5 years. I look at the lives of Schiff, the accusations of Brennan of Comey of mccabe of stroke of Lisa page. And I see one lowly lawyer at the FBI get a slap on the wrist, and I have to ask you as a person who's down the most to get the true story out. Is America becoming a land of no consequences congressman? Well, I still have hope, and you have to have hope in this line of work. I get up every day. I live in California. I'm coming to you from California where we got fires burning all over the place, so you got politicians running around, screaming global warming as my constituents and my family are engulfed in smoke, just ash and smoke that are coming out of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. So you got to get up every day. We're in the trenches here. And you've got to have hope that things are going to get better. But to your point, things have gotten progressively worse. And this is something I've been thinking about a lot recently. If you go back to, okay, back in 2015 and 16. This started the Russia hook started as a basically a political dirty trick. Then sometime in 2016, they moved this to, well, we're going to actually forget about looking into Trump's business dealings, we're actually going to move this over to he's working with Putin clearly that was done as a campaign spin. They were worried about whether or not Clinton was going to be indicted or not, clearly, Comey let all of them off in an unprecedented scam after right after the July 4th. I think it was like July 5th, the 2016. She was allowed to let she was let me know in Scot free. Well, it's at that time. I think they knew that those emails were out there. Those emails are probably somewhere still out there now. The so called server that was destroyed, and I'll just skip the rest of 16 and 17 and 18 and 19 even in 20 and where are we today? We're to the point where you now have gone from political dirty tricks to the attorney general of the United States going out and saying that he's going to sick the FBI out on parents that show up to school board meetings to address issues that this democratic republic was founded on that which is local government and your ability to go to your local government to plead your case. You now have the attorney general in an unprecedented act to say that to essentially use the FBI to go out and target these parents essentially a warning shot across the bow. So it happens. It's a very slippery slope. And I think nobody's more attuned to it than you see vas because your family grew up in it, but I think what we're dealing with now is something that looks very much like a totalitarian state where you can't trust the justice system. You can't trust the intelligence services. You can't trust the military or the people in the military. It's got some very eerie signs of a socialist communist totalitarian regime. Well, you wrote the book count down to socialism talking about are inexorable move towards it here in the United States..

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"devin  " Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"devin " Discussed on The Jump

"Defense is also a team concept you know. You have to have five guys. Actually everybody on the same page including coaching staff players. You have to follow a game plan so you know when you're struggling you know when you're a struggling team trying to figure it out you know the defense reputations will come on you but just knowing the bigger picture and know what i'm trying to compete towards everyday the book i know you right like writing addicted things for us with the nba finals. But you also apart a team usa. I wanted to get was your mindset like fours the transition from going straight from the finals to having the fly to tokyo and participate in play a major role in in olympics with team. Usa so just maintain this level playing the highest level basketball. You know this is what i play the game for. So you know it's a. It's a really exciting time. You know the chances. I've got to participate with the select team. And even just be in the gym with those calibre of guys. Those caliber of coaches feels good. You know it's it's what you wanna be around. Now i when i say residual effect is no. It's not necessarily affecting your play because you've been playing outstanding but no one's one hundred percent in this finals once you get to this point but how is knows feeling. Is that anything that you earned concerned about that. You think about anytime it gets taff. We can see the look on your face but how's it. Failing feels fine man. Then those is back normal. Well i don't know if it's straight. Yeah but but but like you said man. Everybody's dealing with something right now is the time to yourself. You'd have to dig indeed. Let devin sons fans thank. You look just great. I know your girl thinks you look fine so really. I don't think you have anything to be worried about department. I also know that you've been pulling up to some of these games at in phoenix in some pretty sweet rides. Are you bringing the chevy impala for game seven if we get there because that does seem.

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"devin  " Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"devin " Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Today our guest is devon. Buffalo devon is a member of the samson cree nation born in wetaskiwin alberta. He's a goaltender. He's a motivational speaker. And he's someone who's worked with first nations youth has drawn praise from all corners. Devon buffalo joins us now devon. Thanks so much for doing this. How are you today. i'm doing great. I'm really excited to do this interview. So thank you for having. Let's see how you feel about twenty five minutes. I think twenty-five might be too long. Let's see how you feel after cozy five. We have a lot. We want to get into here with you. And we're going to try to get in as much as we can. Because you have a spectacular story and you're really distinguished person not just goaltender but i want to start by talking about goaltending because the choice to become a goaltender. I think is different for everybody. Some they see goaltender. Make a big save on television. Wrote a game and they say. I wanna do that for others. it's well. I had three older brothers and they all played and they needed a kid to stand in net and an act as a target. What was it for you devon. Why'd you become a goaltender parlay the second one. I had five older brothers but the opposite four of them were goalies. We had one demand in family. Yeah my I hated goalie when you're young and you don't have the pads and you go in the net with the goalie stick and faded i. I wanted to score goals and after bet. My dad came home with some pads. He's like you're try these out. And we had a native provincials. It's called big alberta tournament native communities i was pre novice and you know he strapped the pads on me. I said i'll try to and went out there. And i hate it like i hated asian i remember letting in goals in crocker's everyone getting mad at me you know and we were pretty nagas these gizzard rapid parks agai sucked. I wasn't wasn't a good experience. And i went right back into a player and our goalie moved or something so we had no goalie Games as all right. Like i have stuff. I guess i'll go. ned. And i never looked back. Got four brothers who played goalie. Yeah in one season. So i think some might have played. A few seasons only retired early but we had all five of us. I guess goalies yet.

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"devin  " Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"devin " Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Think and you know i'm going to have a variety of different guests We're gonna talk coupes. We're gonna talk culture and we're just gonna create you know this this mindset that we're not so different you know whether you're a basketball player or a a normal person. From an entirely different country. I want to create an idea in a mindset of bringing people together i love nest. That's probably to have in terms of hot right. How are we going to bridge that gap. Maybe definitely use basketball to do that because what better way to do anything then to put basketball top. Everyone's kinda more into it. Adapt a siamese lilla denim definitely so many cool things. Thank you so much for coming on our listeners. maybe For keep up with you a follow up with what you're doing with t t always overseas leaves and then on social media how can how can keep up with you and make sure that to date with all things devin oliver. Yup i keep it. I keep it pretty fresh routine on my social media accounts At the underdog five at the underscore underdog five. That's both twitter and instagram I try and keep you up to date with. My life is as much as i can and And i'll be dropping some news on there with the podcast coming up here here pretty soon so look for that and john i appreciate you. Having me. man is a good opportunity to talk basketball listening to gen z hoops. Make to follow like and subscribe on instagram link and all major social media platforms at gen z poops. You can fill in and subscribe on apple. Podcasts spotify youtube and every other podcast platform on the planet. Get ready for the next episode..

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"devin  " Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"devin " Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Okay. Do my best go into celebrate is dp if they have stopped me. It's arming kaz. Only i can stop me. Know what they call a bay in like boss be a wonder woman cuss. I'm stumping if i'm not there yet. Children's hour is an independent production of the children's our inquiry a new mexico nonprofit corporation or show is written by katie stone with help from almost on the kids. True information about us at children's our dot many things to devon walker from nation radio for being with us on the show. Today i pod cast wherever you get your podcast. What patriots dot com slash. The children's out smart speaker took pledge. The children's i've taught we post our photos and more on his script. Facebook and twitter side to see h radio. My the children's are distributed by the children's hour inc and the public radio exchange. He are ex and the pacifica radio network alley way..

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"devin  " Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"devin " Discussed on The Children's Hour

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"devin  " Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"devin " Discussed on The Children's Hour

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"devin  " Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"devin " Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Black boxer. The hindenburg come on. Let's break it then. Alcohol down the street and always have a bit me. I'll play it at the shows anything. It sounds reason everybody up you. What i'm seeing in the sound like anna sound like it's the putting them both together. Dennis.

"devin  " Discussed on Behind the Prop

Behind the Prop

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"devin " Discussed on Behind the Prop

"I'm sure that is more rated than you are. Has more time than you are to go ride with you at night and just see if they anything. You're doing wrong or indifferent. Right they would maybe make you a better nighttime pilot. So that's kind of my nights stuff the the thank goodness. I fly enough to my daytime. Passenger stuff won't won't run out on me more than likely but devin as you think about proficiency and we talked about it in a recent instrument fly what what do you think about for yourself as it relates to staying staying current and staying proficient as a family pilot. You got some pretty important cargo with you. You're taking those trips. Yeah and just just to build on what you're saying. Bobby you know you you learn something on every flight when you fly with somebody new you either learn a different way to do something that you want to adopt or you learn that your way is is a great way that you should keep doing that so you do learn from any pilot there whether it confirms something that you do or you learn new technique or new way to think about it so always just be open and i think that's what's what's really unique about aviation is that the community is very open to learn and very Safety safety oriented when i think of a proficiency situation and i think my situation is probably a lot of the situation and what i mean. Is you know bobby. You're you're at a flight school every day. You hear an airplane start every day. You're watching people go from discovery flights to private instrument. And you're hearing the the chatter and the experience. You're hearing people talk about flying in relation every day while you're similar boat right i mean professionally As as a as an airline pilot and then d. But on on behalf of the guy that that means with the dp gets his ticket and then goes home and takes a big science as good. You know that. Pass my check ride And not necessarily just because of covid but especially because of covid and you know people might not be as practice as they had been. I mean if you were flying once a month to go to dinner or lunch or whatnot. Maybe you haven't done that in a while. You are patterns or behaviors are changing but one thing that scares me about general aviation. Is the accident rates. 'cause i do study that and it's not to be morbid but it's it's to learn and to understand and grow but look around holidays In in the us and around the world accident rates around holidays pop up and and it's a theory that i have and whether it's right or wrong i don't really care because it's something that will sit with me but i don't want to be a pilot who is not flying regularly and then jumps in for the holiday vacation and i don't hear about aviation every day when my monday to friday career is talking about other things You know i. I've found just listening to podcasts and ironic that we're talking on one now but you can listen to the industry in the nation listened to. Atc watch you to a selfless plug there. But i mean watching other people fly just keeps it fresh in your mind and tries to keep that in there and we took a break with covid..

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"devin  " Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"devin " Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"We continue congressman Devin newness he has filed a racketeering lawsuit against fusion GPS yeah that's the same group that put hired of course using Hillary's money funneled money through a law firm hired Christopher still put together the dirty lying Russian dot CA that was used to spy on from Carter page and bludgeon and trying on do a duly elected presidency where is this going we expect the FISA inspector general spies a report even more importantly perhaps the napped we have the dorm report on whether or not intelligence was outsourced to allied nations for the purpose of circumventing American law do you believe the people involved in this will be held accountable I do but it means that people have to to maintain confidence and we have to stay on the attack it's like with like what I said the last segment John yeah this is not just one or two people that have to just the the the because of the other just stand up and take a couple shots in the war is over you have to fight these battles on every single front and that's the only way that were that we're gonna win and bring accountability so the way that I see this plane now is is you have to call me report come out from the inspector general the inspector general's gonna come out with this file as a reporter and remember I've always caution people about the inspector general's not that I don't like them but but they have limited power they they don't have subpoena power they can't go out and get people from the outside to testify so they're doing really good work but that should not no one should take that as the end all be all so you know that the information that came out on Coney reticle information. is a lot more coming I I I only have to cut you short you do believe the people will be held accountable here that's my last question and I got to run I I do Sean because I I believe that you'll have the inspector general report and then you'll have germs report and what we really have to terms god probably do a report but quite possibly and hopefully he convenes a grand jury and when a grand juries convened then watch out because then they're going to be looking at the criminal referrals the eight criminal referrals that we sent them and likely the Rico so that means similar like the Rico case that I filed. awful it could be a Rico charge against many of these players all right congressman Devin newness I got to give you all credit you will have been unrelenting in the search for truth here there were many of you and Jim Jordan Devin newness Matt Gaetz Doug Collins I'm gonna forget other guys Radcliffe I I just too many but but very few and in regards to what this story means to the country getting this right thank you for being with us we appreciate.

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"devin  " Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"devin " Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Or not whether or not Devin newness has a knack was there is not survey there could have been disinformation a question of whether dollar truck going from the credit high crimes and misdemeanors nine states America and then beings not autonomous and I don't know why I bring it up as I said before this is an area that I cannot speak to is that because you're it's not in the report or you're just or because of a money order alterations other proceedings and unlike a camp I when Andrew Weissmann and Zainab Akhmed join your team were you aware that Bruce for department of justice top official directly briefed the dossier allegations to them in the summer of two thousand sixteen again on okay speak to that issue com before you ever arrested George Papadopoulos in July of two thousand seventeen he was given ten thousand dollars in cash in Israel do you know who gave him that cash again etcetera and questions such as that you're gonna get involve your investigation and all persons involved right back on a break Miller day this happened show object they will stand in recess Hartman program this is the top our program comments about beards cuts anacs come on now thank the committees for.

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"devin  " Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"devin " Discussed on WTVN

"Devin Nunes is making several criminal froze to department of Justice. I read what he was doing. I thought it was very impressive and very critical as a man has come under brutal brutal attack. And so we'll have him only scheduled to be on in about five minutes. But before we get that I want to start something. And then I'll pick it up after Devin leaves. Because so much of this has to do with the way the media covers these stories. Part. I think the country moves further and further left because of the media day in and day out. And so there's certain things we need to address, you know. This piece in newsbusters. The New York Times hosted one of its times talks, and we have some of this audio don't we Mr. producer, and I'll deal with this. After our our guest on April. Second promising a wide ranging and candidates gushing on the press freedom at an age of alternative facts. This is the executive editor dean Bekhet and David mccraw the papers top newsroom lawyer. The most embarrassing part was a discussion of why a why Donald Trump's rhetoric about the press resonates with people? System managing editor. Caroline, ryan. Moderated and set the table. He's called the press the enemy the people. He's coined the phrase popularized. The phrase fake news. He often contest both fact-based stories, and I would say fact-based reality. So this is her I think it's been well established that he's fomented hostility towards the press. Now, there's a question. But my question to you is why did it seem like so many people in the country were receptive to that message? Why did that resonate with people? Why did the message work? Back at the top guy at the New York Times. He called the rhetoric deeply damaging and then babbled about being seen as Aron and distant and not connected to readers back when advertising revenue is higher. Then McGraw actually stated that the press had many successes in promoting the civil rights movement and pushing a left wing agenda in Vietnam and Watergate, even touted fake news purveyor, Peter Arnett is a great reporter. In fact, base reality to bar from Caroline Ryan are net has been fired repeatedly for bogus anti American anti war stories from CNN and then from NBC. But hey, what the hell? Back cat tried to argue that all presidents complained to his paper not acknowledging the democrat complaint because they expect overwhelmingly positive cover naturally they upset Obama from the left on the drone attacks. The New York Times. It's unbelievable. Isn't it? I have a question for these fools. What do we mean by free press? What do we mean by a press? What is the purpose of a free press? Is that the report information what kind of information? Is it to interpreter analyze information? These the questions I lead with in my new book on freedom of the press. What is the news Howard decisions made about what is newsworthy? And what is not what does a news organization, a blogger, a weekly newspaper television network. What's journalist, what qualifies someone as a journalist experience education position, south identification? What's the job of a journalist is journalism profession, are there standards are journalists able to be fair objective? What's the purpose of reporting to reinforce the founding and fundamental principles of the Republic to challenge? Public officials in thirty to give voice to certain individuals groups and causes to influence politics and policy to alter the status quo of a society. What is and what is the common? Good, which they always talk about. And who decides what it is? What's the difference between? Freedom of the press and free speech. And does the current media revolution spared by technological advances, such as the internet is social media change any of this. And do these questions even matter anymore to news outlets? These questions are rarely asked today. Let alone rationally discussed their infrequently the subject of open or public media circumspection, which is the reason I read you from newsbusters on what's going on in the New York Times session there. It's unbelievable. They have no circumspection..

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"devin  " Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"devin " Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"You know, if you're gonna have someone beat this guy's gonna be either your prized possession or have your price possession get beaten by him. It's just that's just how business works. And if you're going to take a risk at something like Devin Haning where this truly no reward. Besides the hardcore fans is is not worth it. You know to FEMA Lopez. Is garnished a lot of attention. A lot of highlights in all the the promotion. He gets now backflips in even probably can brace the villain role in this chase for Loma chango. You always gotta have a heroin up to have a villain for it to be a true sell out event. And that's all stars are produce in. So Devon Haney as his own promotion his own company, and he's gonna feel that type of way that look these guys they're matchmaking doing or they want while I'm choosing my path. I'm doing things kind of go in the Mayweather. And I compare this awhile ago when Dr Devon Haney, you know, the sugar Shane Mosely may whether analogy sugar Shane Mosely was very easy for people to get behind them because he took risk in and he was very excited explosive and got the knockouts, and, you know, Floyd Mayweather, even in this pretty boy stages had some moments where he was more defensive moved around. He wasn't the biggest puncher like. Pain Moseley was able to get these crazy knockouts. So it was easy to go in in favor. Shame Mohsen put your heart there. But the better boxer was Floyd Mayweather, the better IQ at the time with Floyd Mayweather and had a better more long successful career. So well, listen just some stats for you guys. Okay. Deal. Fema? Lopez is twenty one. Okay. Devon Haney is twenty however Lopez will turn twenty two before Haney turns twenty one right now. Currently Lopez is ranked six in America. And he's ranked thirty four in the world Devin Haney on the other hand is ranked three in America sixteen in the world. Okay. You have Devin Haney who resides in currently in Vegas. But he's from San Francisco, California. You have Lopez who we all know at this point, you know, his his. His aliases nickname is a Brooklyn or something like that. I think. Yeah. L brooklyn. Oh, that's what it says on boxer at least in he's from New York. So there is so much that builds up this fight, you know, you gotta east coast west coast type of vibe, I know, it doesn't necessarily feel like that, you know, comparatively. But it's there that's an angle, you know, they're both in their early twenties. It, you know, separated by a year and a half at the most because Lopez does turn twenty two in July, the July thirtieth end Haney turns twenty one in November. So, you know, they're right there with age the right there with rankings the right there on the cusp. But going back to his point, you know, the fight, you know, you had brought up a I don't even remember who you brought up now. But it was a good comparison of Moseley Floyd Mayweather. Yes. Definitely not win. And then the one that necessarily. Brought up to a good one. But the one that I was thinking of the fight I guess in not style wise, not anything. But marinating was the keyword was Gamboa Lopez that fight was ready to happen. It should have happened. We never got it. You know, I in it got overcooked, you know in. This isn't even close to that level. These guys just cracked the contender spot. I'm not suggesting these guys fight this year. I'm not suggesting these guys even fight next year. You know, they definitely have a road. However, what makes these guys so enticing is that they're good enough that you can visually..

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"devin  " Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"devin " Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"You know, if you're gonna have someone beat this guy's gonna be either your prized possession or have your price possession get beaten by him. It's just that's just how business works. And if you're going to take a risk at something like Devin Haning where this truly no reward. Besides the hardcore fans is is not worth it. You know to FEMA Lopez. Is garnished a lot of attention. A lot of highlights in all the the promotion. He gets now backflips in even probably can brace the villain role in this chase for Loma chango. You always gotta have a heroin up to have a villain for it to be a true sell out event. And that's all stars are produce in. So Devon Haney as his own promotion his own company, and he's gonna feel that type of way that look these guys they're matchmaking doing or they want while I'm choosing my path. I'm doing things kind of go in the Mayweather. And I compare this awhile ago when Dr Devon Haney, you know, the sugar Shane Mosely may whether analogy sugar Shane Mosely was very easy for people to get behind them because he took risk in and he was very excited explosive and got the knockouts, and, you know, Floyd Mayweather, even in this pretty boy stages had some moments where he was more defensive moved around. He wasn't the biggest puncher like. Pain Moseley was able to get these crazy knockouts. So it was easy to go in in favor. Shame Mohsen put your heart there. But the better boxer was Floyd Mayweather, the better IQ at the time with Floyd Mayweather and had a better more long successful career. So well, listen just some stats for you guys. Okay. Deal. Fema? Lopez is twenty one. Okay. Devon Haney is twenty however Lopez will turn twenty two before Haney turns twenty one right now. Currently Lopez is ranked six in America. And he's ranked thirty four in the world Devin Haney on the other hand is ranked three in America sixteen in the world. Okay. You have Devin Haney who resides in currently in Vegas. But he's from San Francisco, California. You have Lopez who we all know at this point, you know, his his. His aliases nickname is a Brooklyn or something like that. I think. Yeah. L brooklyn. Oh, that's what it says on boxer at least in he's from New York. So there is so much that builds up this fight, you know, you gotta east coast west coast type of vibe, I know, it doesn't necessarily feel like that, you know, comparatively. But it's there that's an angle, you know, they're both in their early twenties. It, you know, separated by a year and a half at the most because Lopez does turn twenty two in July, the July thirtieth end Haney turns twenty one in November. So, you know, they're right there with age the right there with rankings the right there on the cusp. But going back to his point, you know, the fight, you know, you had brought up a I don't even remember who you brought up now. But it was a good comparison of Moseley Floyd Mayweather. Yes. Definitely not win. And then the one that necessarily. Brought up to a good one. But the one that I was thinking of the fight I guess in not style wise, not anything. But marinating was the keyword was Gamboa Lopez that fight was ready to happen. It should have happened. We never got it. You know, I in it got overcooked, you know in. This isn't even close to that level. These guys just cracked the contender spot. I'm not suggesting these guys fight this year. I'm not suggesting these guys even fight next year. You know, they definitely have a road. However, what makes these guys so enticing is that they're good enough that you can visually..

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