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Fresh update on "dominion" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"The use of temporary bike fencing has become more frequent in the wake of January 6th, and the fencing surrounds the capital complex. Capitol police have not indicated any specific threats directed at the capitol, but are reportedly prepared to have additional officers ready later this week if needed. There are openings in the fencing, so visitors can walk the grounds. Congress, meanwhile, is still considering a proposal for fencing that could come up out of the ground to deal with various events. D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton supports it, but does she think funding can get passed? Not in this type Congress, but I do think in the future it'll save the government money. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. Do not panic about recent bank failures. That's the message tonight from treasury secretary Janet Yellen. Speaking to the American bankers association. The situation is stabilizing. And the U.S. banking system remains sound. Yellen says the Biden administration acted quickly to protect the broader system and is ready to do it again if needed. Similar actions could be warranted if smaller institutions suffered deposit runs that pose the risk of contagion. Yellen's remarks come as the Federal Reserve meets to decide whether to boost interest rates again as it weighs both banking concerns and stubbornly high inflation. Sagar Meghani, Washington. A divided Oklahoma Supreme Court has overturned a portion of the state's near total ban on abortion. The court ruled today that women have a right to abortion when pregnancy risks their health, not just in a medical emergency. The 5 four ruling is a narrow win for abortion rights advocates since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down roe versus wade last year. The court declined to rule on whether the state's constitution grants the right to an abortion for other reasons. A Fox News producer says the network pressured her to give misleading testimony and a libel lawsuit filed by a voting machine company. Abby grossberg is filing a new lawsuit that contends Fox coerced her deposition in a $1.6 billion lawsuit filed by dominion voting systems. That case charges Fox with amplifying false claims that its machines changed votes in the 2020 election. Grossberg's claim is part of a gender discrimination suit that she filed against the network on Monday. Fox denies her allegations and has countered with its own lawsuit. The Pentagon announced today that Ukraine will be getting some of the tanks. It's so desperately needs by the fall of this year. Press secretary, Brigadier general pat Ryder, says excess tank holes will be refurbished. Retrofitted and made combat ready. In the meantime, Russian president Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping met in Moscow for a second day, and afterward announced that the two countries have drawn closer together than ever. WTO national security correspondent JJ green joined us earlier with more on month as means. This is a concerted effort to disrupt the world order. This moment today when they signed an agreement of cooperation is notable and perhaps a historic. Russia and China want to present themselves as alternatives to the global order, which is guided by democratic thinking. They're both leaders of authoritarian countries seeking to use this moment to try to shake up the status quo. Just look at the countries they've aligned themselves with. Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia. All of them have serious human rights strikes and while China is talking about a peace plan in Ukraine, their leader is there in a show of support for the man who led the invasion in Ukraine that's killed thousands of innocent peoples. Interestingly, in a move that's captured a lot of attention, Japan's prime minister visited Kyiv today, letting China know it's got its own problems to contend with. That's WTO national security correspondent JJ green. TikTok is on a counter offensive amid increasing western pressure over cybersecurity and misinformation concerns. It's rolled out updated rules and standards for content and its CEO appeals directly to users to fight a potential U.S. ban on the Chinese owned video sharing app. The CEO is set to appear before Congress on Thursday where he will be grilled about the company's privacy and data security practices and its relationship with the Chinese Communist Party. Coming up after traffic and weather on WTO P a stock that hasn't made money in two years, turned that around today. We'll tell you what that is. It's 8 36
Fresh update on "dominion" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"Sure. It's an explosive new lawsuit. Uh, hang on. Hold please. Oh, here we are. Lawyers for Fox News set up grossberg and bartiromo to take the fall for the network's dominion coverage. Female fox employees were openly sexually harassed. Is any shocking surprise? Fox News brash referred to bartiromo as a crazy bitch. Oh. That's nice. That's bipartisan. The workspace for dark Tucker Carlson tonight was adorned with photos of Nancy Pelosi and a bathing suit. The lead producer for Carlson's show asked whether bartiromo was having sex with Kevin McCarthy. Oh, I hadn't heard that. Okay. Oh. Carlson staffers were off on made wisecracks about Jewish people. Carlson staffers held a mount debate to discuss whether they'd rather have sexual Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer or her Republican opponent, Tudor Dixon. They had a contest as to who was more able. Okay, and a woman were generally referred to as the C word. Okay. Just like this workplace. But, you know, at least it's in front of me like a secret now. Who'd you want? Tutor with her They were both very attractive. I think I pointed that out as well. Most of what is alleged here, Cody happens on air here at the Stephanie Miller show. What is going on? We are
AP News Radio
Court records show political pressure behind Fox programming
"Court documents that are part of dominion voting systems libel lawsuit against Fox News show how Fox became actively involved in politics instead of simply reporting it. In May 2018, president Donald Trump and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell were trying to stop West Virginia Republicans from nominating U.S. Senate candidate Don blankenship, court records say they turned to Fox News founder Rupert Murdoch, who told Fox News executives that Sean had a day and Laura Ingraham dumping on blankenship hard might save the day, and on election night blankenship sounded surprised at some of the results. We are really disappointed in some of the votes in the northern Panhandle and of course we expected to be bad in the eastern Panhandle. Blankenship who lost the primary set in an interview this week that he felt the shift right away and he filed a separate unsuccessful libel lawsuit against Fox, Fox says dominion's lawsuit claiming dominion became a target of 2020 election conspiracies is a flagrant attack on the First Amendment. I'm Donna Warner
"dominion" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"So, before the break, we were talking about how Maria bartiromo knew that Sidney Powell's only source for her allegations about dominion voting systems was someone who self described as a kooky decapitated maybe dead time traveler. And sorry. Be funny. And bartiromo had Sydney on anyway, which seems bad, but that did not stop art aroma from getting snippy with dominion's rep Tony fratto on November 16th. Saying that she simply had to report these bogus allegations because they were, quote, newsworthy. Here she says, are you saying I should not cover a sitting president contesting a presidential election? Should I just blow it off and go with the rest of the media who has taken us down rabbit holes based on their ideologies now for four years and counting? Is that what you suggest I do? Yeah. And look, that's not her saying that the claims about dominion were true. It's not even an indication that bartiromo actually believed anything Sidney Powell was saying and remember the whole point of these late filings was for Fox to be able to point to them in a couple of weeks on March 21 and say, judge, you have to dismiss this case because we actually believed these claims were true when we aired them, so the actual malice standard wasn't met. And here, I don't know, like bartiromo appears to be justifying airing garbage, not based on her belief up by pointing to other media outlets coverage of Donald Trump and suggesting it was her job to balance those out. So, and by the way, dominion speaks to this in its brief. The answer to the question should I just not cover when a president makes demonstrably false claims is, no, you cover it, but you don't pretend like they're true. You say Donald Trump says that Italian space lasers are converting votes, but that's nonsense, right? So yeah, anyway, as you said, this does not, if this is the best exculpatory bit of evidence you have, you don't have exculpatory evidence. Yeah, I'm deeply confused as to how Fox thinks this is going to help them. But okay, we have a lot of ground to cover today, and Maria bartiromo is on quite a bit of it. Mostly because she couldn't bear the thought of Trump having lost. To make it jump like 800 pages of documents yesterday. And she's all over them. Starting on November 5th, she had Steve Bannon on to feed her audience lies about fraudulent ballots and lawsuits and swing state legislatures and Donald Trump being quote already in his second term. No, he literally did say that. Anyway, hey Andrew, you want to read some dialog? I definitely definitely do. Okay. So this is from November 10th. You be Bannon, I'll be Maria bartiromo. All right, I'm not sure which one of us drew the short straw there, but okay, let's begin. Okay. Oh my God, I'm so depressed. I can't take this. We've got this. I'm watching the world move forward and it's so upsetting, Steve. I want to see massive fraud exposed. Will he be able to turn this around? I told my team, we're not allowed to say president elect at all, not in scripts or in banners or on air until this moves through the courts. 71 million voters will never accept Biden. This process is to destroy his presidency before it starts. If it even starts. But I'm scared and sad.
Why Isn't PBS Being Sued for Questioning Voting Machines?
"PBS back in February 23 2020 I don't know why they haven't been sued By the various voting machine companies Headline reliability of pricing new voting machines questioned and the specifically raised questions about quote unquote industry leaders election systems and software and dominion voting systems I want to give a hat tip to media matters They reminded me and brought this to my attention again That's PBS dot org from a couple of years back February 23 2020 they have not been sued
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Tucker Carlson’s Scorn for Trump Revealed in Court Papers
"Was also a new trove of documents that came out yesterday. And this is part of dominion's lawsuit against Fox News channel $1.6 billion on the line. And it's getting ugly, so dominion as a part of discovery they have all of these internal emails and documents between staffers between Fox management and we've gone through some of this in the past. But what I find interesting is that there was another leak of documents last night. And these leaks target Tucker Carlson. And I find it very convenient. That this sort of information would have been leaked right in the middle of Tucker's expose. Now look, I don't look, I used to work at Fox and so and so I have an opinion and that opinion may be tainted. Just a smidge. But I will say this that I do read the emails and I can read for myself and so these are not, this is not subjective. I mean, this is what they were actually writing. And so Tucker Carlson had some email exchanges, text message exchanges, with other staffers. And it was in these emails. That Tucker Carlson went after Donald Trump. And Tucker writing privately now on air, he loves Donald Trump, but off air, he quote hates him passionately. This is coming from Tucker Carlson. Reading from the emails between a staffer and unnamed staffer and Tucker, quote I hate him passionately. He said he could not wait until Trump was no longer in the news no longer in the headlines.
The Dan Bongino Show
Jeremy W. Peters: 'The Whole Thing Seems Insane'
"So The New York Times had a jump in the absolutely hapless Jeremy Peters I mean listen in a group of clowns this is the guy they all look up to A Jeremy is this guy's a Joker And I don't mean a joke like a compliment like the Joaquin Phoenix character Like wow that guy's a good actor I mean again like a tool bag like you wouldn't believe so he wrote this piece And of course it's called the whole thing seems insane He's trying to tie the fox dominion lawsuit To everything that's happening with Tucker Carlson and the release of the January 6th videos And the insane gist of his pieces Well opinion hosts had different opinions on the 2020 election So therefore Tucker Carlson shouldn't air the January 6th video If you're scratching your head like what the does that mean then you're probably not a crazy person Because this is what we're dealing with The media not questioning that the videos are real The media is things we just don't want you to see the videos of what happened on January 6th Why Because we don't like them That doesn't sound like journalism is stuff Journalism That doesn't sound very journalistic Y that doesn't sound that you're doing actual media stuff there That sounds like you're doing straight up propaganda
AP News Radio
Fox chair Murdoch in filings says 2020 election 'not stolen'
"The head of the Fox corporation has said in court filings that the 2020 election was not stolen. I Norman hall. Fox chairman Rupert Murdoch said under oath that he believes the 2020 presidential election was free, fair, and not stolen. The admission is in court filings released in a voting machine company's defamation lawsuit over Fox News coverage of former president Donald Trump's false election fraud claims. Murdoch made the statement during sworn questioning by lawyers for dominion voting systems, dominion is suing Fox News for $1.6 billion, saying the network crippled the company's business by broadcasting false claims from Trump's lawyers that dominion had changed votes in the 2020 election. I Norman hall
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"dominion" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
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"dominion" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"Going to care if you were part of this body. This people, called by his name, according to his purpose. Now notice that he says there, Jesus says they're all authority in heaven and earth has been granted to him. That means nobody has any authority that's valid that's contrary to him. That's why I say I know it's a big claim to say Jesus claimed the entire earth, but he didn't just claim part of it. He even says in the Bible that to save Israel alone was too small a thing. He was going after every nation race, tribe, and tongue. And he gives this sign of baptism as a sign and external fallible sign of who's in and who's out. The real thing is the spirit and the heart. The external sign is the water being poured out. That's why we have a sign. That's why we have a church. Let me say something else about the system. This is not identical to the Kingdom of Heaven here. This is a facility. This is a visible representation the way the water is a visible manifestation of the Holy Spirit. This church is a visible manifestation of the Kingdom of Heaven. It does not mean that every one of you is a Christian. You know if you're a Christian because you know if you believe the gospel, right? As we look here, it is to look like the Kingdom of Heaven, but it's not identical. You can be a Christian in a church that's not, and you can be not a Christian in a church that is. So there's fallible church through history as God's ordained means to do his labor and to do these baptisms and to do this evangelism. Me and the kids are going to a concert tonight. It's a rock concert. It's a Jesus rock concert, though. It's right down the street at the, let's that place. That big bar that looks like a barn. Yeah, Anderson. We're going to go over there. And there will be Christian music and stuff in Anna wants to do some video for interviewing people, asking them if they're a Christian because it's interesting to talk to the people that aren't Christians, but we'll come to that concert, right? I don't know all of your stories, but I know that all of you come from different backgrounds, and you might have come into the faith through something as silly and ridiculous as a Christian rock concert. I don't know. Some of you might have come in through some of those incredibly bad teaching ministries that are on TV at 2 o'clock in the morning. Because you heard the gospel and believe some of you might have found a tract stick it out of the side of a garbage can. Some of you might have been your grandmother or your grandfather, even though your parents didn't hold the faith, it was planted in you early. Who knows how it came to you, but when it came to you, it came with power. All of the fine sounding arguments in the world will not make a Christian. I was on the radio for 16 years in Los Angeles, doing apologetics ministry, refuting all kinds of stuff. If there's one thing I know, it's good arguments do not make a Christian. It might answer some of their concerns, but it doesn't actually cause anyone to believe anything. I've been all over the world. I've preached all kinds of people. The power of the spirit of God to convert a soul is what makes a person a Christian. He either brings them to spiritual life from spiritual death, or he does not. It's in his hands, but you are the means that he chooses to use to convert the world. I can promise you in accord with scripture the entire world will be converted. One day the entire Planet Earth and the universe with it will all be Christian. Because you all know the end of the story, right? The end of the story is he's going to clean it out. And he's going to set up fresh shop in all of the elements themselves will be consumed by fire and purified and the entire earth will be Christian. So you knew from the beginning, that's his plan. Now you just have to have faith that he will actually accomplish these things in history, right? I know you believe that he rose from the dead. Do you believe that he will actually be successful in what he rose from the dead for? Which is to perfect all things in heaven and on earth and bring them together as one in Christ, the restoration of all things. So you all believe that eventually it's all going to be his, right? But do you believe that you have actually been given the capacity and the power and the authority to bring about an appropriate these things through history? That one of the reasons that you're alive is to go into all nations and teach them to obey everything that he's told you. That's why you're here. It's part of your ethos. It's part of your essence. It's part of your intellect. It's part of your emotions. That you would be able to share the gospel with another person and God would use that as a means to bring them into his kingdom born, a baby, possibly of 60, or 70 years old. So this is the great commission, and this is the commission for you to do this great labor and to be a part of God's plan for the universe, because you are a promised that you will succeed at it. Because Christ is going to succeed at it in and through you, amen. Lord got our father as we look into your word today. We found these great things lord God, some of which are two wonderful for us. That we would actually be called to be a part of your evangelization of the world and yet at the same time you do promise us that if we go forth lord God in the power of your spirit, not a word from our mouth will return void. Your spirit and your word are powerful enough to accomplish these things, no matter how we might be, no matter how fragile no matter how poor our wording, no matter how tepid our holiness lord God, your power is sufficient, your cross has been raised, you have died and risen again, and you will accomplish all your holy will. We thank you for this blessing in the name of Jesus Christ, amen. Our next song is in your green book or your red book, number four 57. Please ride. Somehow found every Black Sea to my heart to sing like rain streams of earth see never seen fall for songs of love is free teach me so much. Tongue behind me tongues praise
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"dominion" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"Today we will be in Matthew after 28. For those of you that thought Saint Patrick's Day coming up, he's going to do that same Saint Patrick sermon again. He does it every year. You're not wrong. But as my kids have noticed, even though it's the same sermon, it's not exactly the same. I'm never going to give you exactly the same sermon, but here's the thing. When we start to think about outreach and we start to think about evangelism and we start to think about ministry, sometimes there are events that have happened in Christian history that are good to pay attention to, not because we believe in saints or feast days or that, you know, you can call up Saint Patrick and get a little extra grace on a busy day. But just because as far as an evangelist that had a powerful effect on the entire world, who's better, he converted an entire country. How many of you have done that? Right? Super impressive. These days, we've got our Billy grahams and guys like that that we give a special status and respect because they put in the hours, right? Well, it's not the first time, Frankie. So, you know, I'm not on the church calendar, and I don't do that stuff. You know, some of the guys in our denomination do and some entire denominations do. I'm not really into that, but I am into paying attention. Here's the thing. I think it was about 400 between 404 180. There was a guy. And his name was Patrick, and you know the whole story. But do you? Because he wasn't Irish. He was Scottish. And he was raised a Roman citizen. In about 480 AD or there around, he was out playing on the beach. He was a boy of about 8 to ten years old. And pirates from Ireland. I know what you Irish people are thinking. They were never Irish pirates. Well, there were. Y'all wasn't always Christians. Irish pirates came over and they were just scooping people up off the coast and they captured him as a young boy. His father was a major administrator of one of the Roman towns in Scotland. And they took him and they took him over to Ireland as a slave. And for the next ten to 15 years, he served as a slave. He slept with the animals. He had been a rich boy. You're not rich boys are. He was a rich boy, and then he was taken to the lowest possible status of humiliation in a far off nation where he basically took care of the sheep and the animals. But he never forgot the resonant images of his Christian faith. He had been raised in the church, baptized on the 8th day. He had read the scriptures and he remembered them and he used to sting them to himself, even while he learned not the Gaelic, but the Irish language of the time. Now with this, you have to remember that it's not the first time anybody sent missionaries to Ireland. Now, they used to spread the Irish used to spread this rumor because they didn't want those missionaries coming over and ruining everything. So they used to say they ate them all for dinner. There's no actual evidence of that. But that's what they used to say. So people were scared to go there for missions and stuff. But several did come over and they killed them. And the ones they didn't kill, they used to strip naked and send back on a raft. In the same time, he was raised there in and among them and he learned the language and his heart started to be overburdened for the well-being of these people. Here's an entire people just to skip across a small stretch of water that don't know Christ. And so it started to burn inside of him. And he started to pray for even those that had imprisoned him all those years. Now, when he was about 18 to 20 or somewhere around there, you can take this story as you like it, he said that he heard a voice from God. Saying it's time to go home. Get up and go home. And he said he just got up off of his place in the barn. We're used to sleep. And he walked 200 miles to the coast where he walked right up the ramp onto a ship and sat down and they sailed him across to England. Where he was immediately taken in by the monks and the priest and immediately took vows and he was ordained a priest there after a couple of years of study, and he told them I want to go back to Ireland on my heart is bound to the people of Ireland. And the church told him, no. We said other guys there that are so much better than you and they didn't have any luck. What good are you going to do? But you know how they did it in those days, right? They had a big ship show up and a guy with a big hat covered in gold would come out with his stick and tell them all they're heathens. We still try that once in a while. It still doesn't work. He then repaired. You know, so he went anyway. And he went under the ban of the church for a while because he went anyway. And he walked onto the beach in the close of the Irish, speaking the tongue of the Irish with respect for Irish customs and understanding and Irish culture and Irish food and eventually he was taken to the king of one of the small cities on the south coast of Ireland, and they talked for three days, and eventually it all came down to a couple of doctrines that people just tend to have a hard time with. The deity of Christ, the resurrection and the Trinity. Because, hey, they're the hard ones, right? So that Christ was fully God and fully man in their pagan religion. They had already had God men. They kind of got that, right? Even Thor was a godman. They had something to do with. Then they get to the place of the resurrection from the dead. How can a man be raised from the dead? And he talked to them and he said, if God can create the heavens and the earth, which you already believe in a God that created the heavens and the earth, can't he raise a man from the dead? They got to the Trinity and he just couldn't conceive of it. He couldn't be a trinitarian Christian. And so the story is, he brought out the clover, right? The three leaf clover. It's one clover leaf. It's one strand, but it always has three leaves. And so the father, the son, and the spirit, are the one God that's expressed in three persons, always three, but always one. Now, the serious theologians among you can critique that down to a fine point, but basically it was effective, right? We have these analogies that we use of these things that are helpful. And the king was converted to Christianity. And here's the way they did it in those days, the next day everybody in his kingdom was a Christian. If they didn't want to be, it was like, so, you know, however you get there, right? So they were all Christians, and he went on from place to place, and he spent the next 40 to 50 years doing ministry there, going from place to place, calmly, arguing with them because they were educated and rational men, but they were pagans. Now, they say you can make your judgment about this, that by the time he ended his ministry and died, the entire island and the entire nation of Ireland, as we call it today. Everybody was a Christian. Within just
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
What We Learned From the Latest Fox News-Dominion Case Filing
"Uncovered covers new ground. And it does so. There's only one anonymous source that I would call from the book, Steve, which is the NBC News executive who wants to blast Fox and go on the record with you to do so. I think you only quoted one anonymous source. I've got to tell you getting bob ley to talk to you this way. Getting all these people to talk to Tucker, it's not going to help them in the dominion news case. I was talking with Chris Christie earlier today about the dominion news case. You obviously went to press before that happened. Does it change your opinion of anything since those text messages came out? No, not necessarily. I mean, I think that there is it's an interesting story. I think anytime you can read the text messages of people in power, it gets juicy. And so I think what's interesting about the dominion case is that frankly, in the original filing, 400 pages by dominion, 200 or so pages where Lou Dobbs, tweets, and Instagram posts at Facebook posts, Lou Dobbs, more than perhaps anyone was the driving force of the dominion lawsuit and of the kraken from Sidney Powell and Lou Dobbs was the guy who was fired immediately after the lawsuit was put out. So I think that's an interesting note. But I think it does also reveal that it was a really perilous time in November 2020. And I don't get too much into that in the book, but I do think that there was a real moment. I wrote about in my newsletter that I kind of described this blood in the water where Trump is spinning these lies and we see in the text messages, people like Tucker talking about the fact that Trump is spewing this and is hurting the people that are both fans of Trump and fans of Fox News
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Rupert Murdoch Admits Fox News Hosts Endorsed Election Lies
"Promised. I want to get to this Fox News report president Trump is raging mad earlier today, the president put out a statement. Rupert Murdoch, by the way, is now admitting under oath in this dominion lawsuit that Fox News channel host promoted election lies. This is not Todd stern saying this, this is the official court documents. By the way, Rupert Murdoch is the owner of Fox News channel. I'm not putting words in his mouth. But Rupert Murdoch testified under oath that Fox News promoted election lies on air, despite plenty of evidence revealing that many hosts privately knew the claims made by then president Trump and his surrogates to be false. This is from mediaite, stunning new details emerged and more court documents released Monday in the dominion voting systems defamation lawsuit against Fox. Let me stop right here for a moment. If all of this is accurate and we have no reason to believe it is not accurate, Fox News is in a world of hurt because they are facing $1.6 billion in fines and penalties if they lose this lawsuit and it does not look good. Murdoch admitted in a deposition last month that false election claims were promoted by top host at the cable news network, quote they endorsed. I would have liked us to be stronger in denouncing it in hindsight. Murdoch said, I think so, when asked if host jeanine pirro endorsed the claims, he said Lou Dobbs endorsed the claims a lot and Sean Hannity did so a bit.
"dominion" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Okay, before the break, we looked at all of the elements of dominion's defamation claim. Let's just kind of run down procedurally where we are. And why this information is kind of leaking out to us piecemeal. So first, all of the parties filed their discovery under an agreed upon confidentiality order, with some documents redacted in the text and then sealed on top of that. And that's not a hard thing to get during the discovery process, right? Businesses will say, hey, look, this is going to have trade secrets. So, you know, we want to make sure that this isn't released to the public. So that happened. Discoveries now over, trials set for April of 2023. And after filing its motion for summary judgment, dominion moved to unseal the documents, but not to lift the underlying redactions. The difference like what's redacted, that's also still sealed at this point. So we don't know the distinction, but there were just two levels of confidentiality. They moved to unseal the pleadings, Fox opposed that, and they lost. And so a couple of days ago, the judge ordered that all of these things be unsealed, but not on redacted. So that's why we're now seeing dominion's motion for summary judgment, as well as Fox News, and Fox corporations that the parent corporation. We have not yet seen the opposition briefs. But they're coming. They're coming. Okay. And also, we've been talking about the Fox News opposition, the Fox corporation opposition raises a whole bunch of really uninteresting corporate partnership ownership stuff that, you know, trust me, you're not interested in that. No one's interested. Here's what you need to know. None of these motions for summary judgment, the reply briefs have not yet come in. So none of these have been ruled on, right? So we will know presumably very, very soon what foxes response was to what we've just been saying, the 192 pages of yes, you did this on purpose and you knew what you were doing, and I can not wait to see that. That's going to be amazing. We also know because it's in the brief. It's in both sets of briefs that Fox News is still claiming they're affirmative defense of reporting privilege, right? And again, you talked about that as the affirmative defense has probably not available outside of covering a lawsuit and not available in New York and all of the different reasons why it's dumb. The way to think about this is it's the law version of their idiot. We report you decide slogan that, you know, I think they dumped about 20 years ago, right? And that's what judge Davis said, right? He's already ruled that this case is going to be decided under New York tort law. And that the New York Court of Appeals does not accept this neutral reportage defense, but even if they did, that defense is wholly available in the case of neutral reporting. And as the court wrote quote, dominion's well pleaded allegations, however, support the reasonable inference that Fox is reporting was neither was not accurate or dispassionate, and that strikes me as rather dramatic judicial understatement. Yeah, I can't believe they're going to let this thing go to court, but okay, in addition to all of that, Fox has filed its own anti slapp motion against dominion, alleging that this suit that their complaint is an unlawful attempt to stifle the network's First Amendment protected speech. Remember a slap suit is a strategic lawsuit against public participation. It's to penalize people who are trying to suppress speech with the threat of litigation. So Fox writes that dominion's ten figure damage claim demonstrates the danger that unfounded litigation poses to a free press, threatening with a $1.6 billion judgment will no doubt cause other media outlets to think twice before reporting allegations that are inconvenient to dominion and other companies. Which is fun to wrap yourself in the mantle of serious objective journalism, but meanwhile, Tucker Carson is muling about having to spend a whole weekend getting Trump to distance himself from Sidney Powell, even as he spent hands them microphone to that pillow freak Mike lindell to make the same bogus claims. Like, they're not objective journalists, like, I mean, cut the crap. And more to the point, we just seen, we've seen hundreds of pages of evidence that fox's not journalism. It clearly functions as a propaganda organ for the organ for the Republican Party. And it should not have to be said out loud, but actual journalists don't knowingly publish lies because they think they'll lose market share if they tell their audience the truth. And I just like Fox in this anti slap motion, it draws attention to all of these times where it didn't defame dominion where Chloe kind of put up something on the screen that said maybe you weren't like stealing the stealing the election for Joe Biden. What about all the times we didn't defame you? Come on, doesn't that count for something? So yeah. And yeah, I don't think that's how it works. Look at all the times we didn't defame you. I'm thinking about the judge gamble or the Alex Jones case with is the defense contending that it's non defamatory claims cancel out its defamatory ones. Exactly. And by the way, think, I think dominion still has some stuff in the tank here. Just by the hundreds of pages of totally damning stuff that they've already put out. For instance, there are a lot of redacted passages in this in the motions, right? Here's one that says, by November 11th, Sean Hannity recognized the critical role that dominion fraud narrative would play in winning back viewers. And then there's a big old redaction bar. Like, I don't know what's behind there, but I don't think it's good for Fox. So there's a lot here. Yeah, I agree with that. I'm very curious your take on where this is going to wind up. But I do want to go back and revisit because we passed, I think, kind of lightly over a question that I'm not sure I know the answer to, which is, why didn't Fox settle this out, right? Okay, so look, I get it on the one hand dominion is asking for 1.6 $1 billion. And despite the fact that they are a big company and we've talked about that, is that they're not that big, right? The hedge fund staple street bought a 78% stake in dominion in 2018 for $38 million, and they've been defamed to hell, right? So, you know, that would suggest kind of a high end valuation of 50 million bucks at the outset. And when you're looking at things like lost profits litigation in connection with the tort of interference with prospective business relations like generally courts are pretty reluctant to say, oh yeah, well we were definitely going to be the next Microsoft and you stopped us from like, they'll give you damages for contracts you can put under the court's nose and say, look, like we were about to sign this and they grabbed the pen out of a third party saying, okay, you can get those kind of damages, but courts don't let corporations speculate off into the future. What do you think? Well, I think that dominion has effectively pleaded that. I mean, the judge himself in his order denying the motion to dismiss made reference to contracts, which the company did lose, their reputational harm is very, very clear. I don't know why. And look, there's two ways to look at this. Either Fox refused to settle this case, which you can understand, right?
"dominion" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Results for, quote, who manufactures dominion voting machines. Dominion and its employees receive death threats and calls for jail time. Dominion has spent over $600,000 on private security because of these threats, dominion has also spent more than 700,000 in attempting to mitigate harm caused by the viral disinformation campaign, election officials, dominions actual and potential customers have received emails, letters, and calls from their constituents demanding that they cease and avoid contracting with dominion or using dominion machines. Legislators in various states were dominion contracts, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania stated their intent to review and reassess the dominion contracts. Louisiana canceled its reassessment in bid process prohibiting dominion from securing a new $100 million plus contract. Louisiana's Secretary of State Carl arduin said Louisiana canceled a bid process because of damage to voter confidence done by those who willfully spread misinformation and disinformation. Dominion also lost a $10 million contract and start counting Ohio. Start county had already awarded the contract to dominion, the contracts were fully negotiated and only awaited perfunctory approval of the board of commissioners. After Fox published the dominion fraud claims, the board of commissioners delayed its vote reversed course and attempted to award the contract to a dominion competitor S and S dominion projects a loss of profit of over $600 million over the next 8 years. Now, that all sounds really bad, but guess who wrote that? I would think dominion's lawyer. Tom Clare, right? Nope. That was the judge. Judge Eric in his denial of fox's motion to dismiss. So okay. So that's bad, right? Like that's bad if the judge says, I'm not gonna throw this out because dominion has appears to have met the fourth prong, which is damages. And yes, okay. At this stage, the court has to accept everything that dominion says is true. But still, not great bob. Yeah, yeah. And look, I mean, two things sort of come to mind. The first is it also seems to me before any trades. A reasonable inference and not hard to get testimony that in every state, even in blue states, like if you were looking among differing companies to install your voting machines and tabulate your elections, like to do, let's just not touch dominion right now, right? Like their radioactive, it's gonna, even if even if you're a blue state, it's gonna drive people at Y do it, right? Why risk it? So, you know, there's all of that. And then also, yes, this was an early motion to dismiss. So you're right that dominion was entitled to have its assertions accepted as true, but presumably they also have the evidence to back up those Claire. They're referring to contracts. And look, I guess I would also add like dominion has pretty good argument that it doesn't even need to prove damages, right? Because these allegations that Fox made on the air are very likely defamation per se, right? We've talked about that in the 13th century Saxony aspect, right? Because one of the things that counts as defamation per se is asserting that someone quote has a loathsome disease. But look, in the 21st century United States, you tick that box, the per se box when someone alleges either you've engaged in criminal behavior or quote behavior incompatible with the proper conduct of your business trade or profession. Since dominion's business is counting votes, the same, you know, pretty clearly to meet a qualify. Right, they're saying that dominion has venereal disease. Yeah. Exactly right. So look, we're going to pull this all together when we return after this brief ad
"dominion" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"For opening arguments 6 94 and I fixed my microphone. I know everybody is going to be so excited about that. A little bit of more Liz equals a few technical snafus, but I am very, very excited. And I am so excited for today's show because this is going to be one of those that you're going to want to share out with your Friends. We are talking about a story that is everywhere and this is the only place that's going to explain how we got here. It also really feeds into the issue that I think is, I don't know, probably the most important thing in the world in the medium term. I'm not being facetious about that. And that is, how do we have anything resembling a democracy where you have fake news where you have, I've given speeches on this, you have deep fakes. You have 30% of a country or more that believes a pillow salesman when he puts airline traffic patterns on a screen and says to people that that's proof of Italian space lasers changing Trump votes into Biden votes, right? Like, yeah. So what I love about this story. That's a problem. Yeah, it's a real problem. And so what I love about this story, what everybody loves about this story is, you know, those of us on the left thought all along. You know, come on, there is no way that the right wing Talking Heads actually believe that the election was stolen. And now we have proof no, no they did not. Spider-Man wasn't attacking the city. He was trying to save it. That's slander. It is not. I resent that. Slander is spoken in print. It's libel. So, Andrew, guess which Fox News host called Donald Trump a demonic force and a destroyer. Look, Fox News doesn't help much, right? Because this story is a data dump of everything awful, everyone at Fox has ever said about Trump and his army of unhinged supporters. I don't know. My favorite so far in this story is Tucker Carlson's description of Sidney Powell as an unguided missile because you're all about Tucker Carlson. That's just good writing. Right, it is Tucker Carlson, your favorite Nazi in mind, and that was just one of many embarrassing texts revealed last week in an unsealed motion for summary judgment in dominion voting systems, defamation case against Rupert Murdoch's white power television network. Yeah, so obviously main story here is that Fox absolutely knew that the stolen election big lie was false, pushed it anyway. There's also a sad part to this story, right? And that is that, you know, our hero question mark is a large corporate outfit filing a defamation suit, right? And, you know, so here's the thing. Like corporations may be people, my friends, but they're also profit centers, right? Their job is not to fix this country's broken political system. Their job is to make money and so like we see the tension here in dominion's multiple ongoing defamation lawsuits because the discovery that dominion paid for is what's coming out in the form of these fox voicemails and testimony and emails and oh boy texts. Yeah, we're gonna get to the text in a minute because oh my gosh, they are amazing. But first let's pull back a minute and talk about how we got here and just what it means for the case going forward because we're getting a lot of coverage to the salacious stuff and less of the legal angle, which is presumably why you're here listening to us. Yeah, this is going to be our explainer of, I don't know, perhaps the most complicated defamation lawsuit ever filed. So yeah, that's an excellent idea. Let's lay the groundwork. Right. So in March of 2021, dominion voting systems filed a $1.6 billion lawsuit against Fox corporation and Fox News in Delaware superior court, alleging one count of defamation per se. The complaint is a 141 pages long, which is not a succinct pleading. 443 if you count and read the exhibits and I do. Right. Yes. Yes, we know what you do. Anyway, the damage is demand is obviously huge. And the pleading itself is very long. Both of which are hallmarks of a bullshit performative lawsuit. But actually, this is not one of the many BS defamation lawsuits we've talked about on the show. This suit is no joke. Dominion is represented by Tom Clare and a bunch of attorneys from Claire Locke, which is probably the best defamation of her in the country. If you get a letter from them, if you get a communication for them, you're probably in trouble. So this case is definitely one you read from back to front to figure out the demanding claims first. Yep. I have a bunch of log egressive pro things here. Some of which we've touched on before some of which we have. So first, this case, right? The one that you're hearing all of the crazy stuff about from discovery is currently scheduled for trial in April, and so if you thought that January 6th committee hearings were must see TV, I imagine that you will be glued to your seat in two months. Second, yeah. Remember that dominion sued a lot of people, right? So this episode we're talking about the complaint against Fox, but there's also a complaint against OAN and that names then talking head Christina bob personally.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
CNN: FOX News Saw Newsmax, Election Fraud Claims as a Threat
"Morning, some of the biggest stars and top executives at Fox News were privately making fun of for president Trump's claims about election fraud. Even as the network was allowing those laws to be promoted on air, that is according to damning messages damning messages in a new court filing that was out yesterday, the messages are included in dominion's $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News, they show that Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, loring room, brutally mocked the 2020 election lies that Trump and his allies were pushing at the time. And one exchange, Carlson, texted Ingram saying that Sidney Powell that attorney who was in and out of the Trump White House was quote lying and that he had quote caught her doing so. Ingram responded, Sydney is a complete nut. No one will work with her. Ditto with Rudy. He continued, quote, our viewers are good people and they believe it. Joining us now with his reporting on this lawsuit is CNN senior media reporter Oliver Darcy. It's remarkable to see these text messages, but also to have seen what was being said publicly. You know, I was covering The White House at that time to see how White House officials were watching to see what Fox was saying about the election. I think these messages really just exposed Fox News as a propaganda network. That's what they do at the core. I mean, they show in excruciating detail that the highest ranking executives at Fox News, Rupert Murdoch, Suzanne Scott, the CEO, as well as some of the top hosts like you just mentioned, Sean Hannity Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham, they knew they privately knew these election claim frauds, a fraud claims from the Trump team were nonsense. They used very harsh language to describe them, but they allowed these lies to take hold on the network's air. And they show these messages show that the talents over at Fox News and the executives were very worried after the election of the audience rebelling, that they were going to newsmax. You'll remember that Donald Trump was attacking Fox News saying, turn the channel, go to this newsmax channel, which is saturating the airwaves with election denialism.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Do You Stand With FOX News or Donald Trump?
"You done with Fox News? Are you surprised that people like Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham would say one thing on the air and then another when the cameras were turned off? As a matter of fact, Tucker Carlson, who many of you love in these documents called president Trump a demonic force and a destroyer. So my question is, who do you stand with? Do you stand with Fox News channel or do you stand with Donald Trump? Who do you stand with? This is from mediaite on the night of January 6th, Fox News host Tucker Carlson referred to president Trump as a quote demonic force. That was in a text message to his producer after the president's supporters stormed the capitol. One of many revelations in the lawsuit filed by dominion voting systems. By the way, they're suing Fox News for $1.6 billion in damages and folks, I'm telling you based upon what I'm reading here, they may have a pretty good argument, because they're accusing Fox of defamation, and now they have all this evidence, and the evidence clearly shows that Fox really did not believe there was voter fraud, but they were not saying that on air. They were saying something very different. At issue or claims that Fox News host and guest made after the 2020 presidential election. I want to read this to you. This is from page 19 of the filing, and I've got the full document here. Fox host Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham and Sean Hannity immediately understood the threat to them personally. Carlson wrote his producer, Alex Pfeiffer on November 5th, quote we worked really hard to build what we have, those efforts are destroying our credibility. It enrages me.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
FOX News Hosts Privately Trashed Trump's Election Fraud Claims
"Am a conservative. I do believe that we should have religious liberty in America. I do believe that marriage is between one man and one woman. I am pro life. Those are important things to me. Am I shoving my beliefs down anybody else's throat? No, not at all. But those are my beliefs. And I do believe there was election fraud. And we've talked about that. Did I go out and blame dominion specifically? No, I didn't do that and you want to know why I didn't do that because I didn't have physical proof evidence myself. And I'm not going to trust anybody else's evidence. Because when you go out there and you accuse somebody like a dominion of doing something and you have no evidence to back that up, guess who wins the day in court? So you got to be careful with stuff like that. So anyway, the 198 page court filing came out yesterday. Somebody leaked it out. And I've been going through it. And there are some pretty shocking revelations involving some of your favorite Fox News host. And I'm here to tell you, folks, they deceived you. I mean, there's really no other way to, do you know of another way to describe what they did to you? They would tell you one thing on air, they would tell you on air that the election was stolen, there was fraud, but when they were off air, they said, no, there was no fraud, and they were literally mocking you. We know from the court documents that Fox News channel was growing very alarmed at the rise of newsmax television. Now they wouldn't say and again, these are all emails that are documented in the court proceeding. And the court filing. The headline from CNN Fox News stars and executives privately trashed Trump's election fraud.
The Officer Tatum Show
Where Did God Place Leadership?
"You want to go back to biblical scripture? Who was the first creation? It was Adam. Adam is a man. Now think about this for a minute. The woman gives life, but God created Adam first. Why? He gave him dominion of all the earth. To name the animals, all of those things. Then he created eve so he can become fruitful and multiply the earth. If God wanted to, he would create eat first and not at him. It's because God has a lineage, has a structure that we should abide by, and it don't make any one person less important because without a woman, there is no humanity. That's important. Look at the apostles. 12 apostles. Minus Judas, who portrayed Jesus. The 12 apostles were all men. Why were they all men? And then people may say, oh, because there was a time of but the messiah came through Mary. And so the leadership role in the leadership of the church, the leadership based on Judaism and Jesus Christ, was all predicated by men leading.
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"dominion" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
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"dominion" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"Curses are listed for us clearly in scripture and several places. Man still does read what he says. Individually and nationally. And so as Jesus rules, over time and space and over human history, he is judging. That's why oftentimes the word rule is the word judge. Because he is judging men he is administering covenantal sanctions, blessings and cursing in response to man. And that's why you see a lot of suffering. A lot of affliction and you see judgment on this earth. Just to give you a metaphor, Jesus is ruling history with a great sieve, is that how you say that word? Sieve, and anything which is not in accord with his will is eventually shaken through and only that which can remain remains. And that's shaking hurts and sometimes the righteous are swept up in it. That happens. But the shaking is occurring. And we have been given a kingdom, which can not be shaken. So to put in another way, as human history goes by, it is a scaffolding through which God builds the cathedral of his kingdom. When the ground shakes, that which is built on the solid rock remains and the scaffolding falls away. Every generation it goes more and more and more. So what is the strategy? I remember you said you'll remember I said that we are engaging in this conquest, this great commission conquest. But what is our strategy? What are our weapons? What is our strategy? And second Corinthians ten three. Notice, for though we walk in the flesh, we are not waging war according to the flesh. Meaning the church has not called to fight wars with rivals. Now, Christians that go to church, who are also in a state covenant, they do sometimes have to use rifles. But the church is not given the sword. The church has given the word the sort of the spirit. They say, we're not waging war according to the flesh. For the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh, they're much more powerful. They're Supernatural. They're not natural. They have divine power
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"dominion" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"But he failed, right? Jesus the second atom was given it. He will not fail. And this is his means of accomplishing it by the power of the Holy Spirit on earth. Here it is. Go. Does not say go, it says go therefore. What was it that he said before? All authority in heaven and earth has been given me, which is another way of saying all dominion. All rule, the right to the throne of David has been given to me. Therefore, go. See? We go as ambassadors of a king, we go with a kingly commission. We are deputies of the Kingdom of Heaven, go, therefore, and make disciples of some of the people in each of the nations. Anybody have that translation? All right, get rid of it. Go therefore and make disciples of the nations, the F Nas, well, in this case, ethno. Of the nations. How many of the nations all nations, how do we make disciples of all nations, first we give them the initiatory right of entrance into the covenant community, which is baptism, and then after they have been initiated into the covenant community through the sign of baptism, we then do what, next slide, teach them to observe AKA obey in thought, word and deed all that Jesus has commanded the laws of God. None of which he has abolished in all of which remain intact today, down to their most minuscule detail down to the jot into the tittle. How do we disciple the nations under the authority and the banner of king Jesus we go forward with an authoritative commission. There's a lot of periods and exclamation points on the ends of our sentences, not questions. We are ambassadors of the king and we baptize the nation's and teach them to obey the law of God. That's how we do it. Unfortunately, the American church, what are they doing? They're teaching Christians how to become Christians every Sunday. Every single Sunday. Here come the Christians. Let's eat the teacher Christians how to become Christians again. And they do it through a habitual alter call, walk in the eye, see that hand. I see that hand. All of this flows from the rejection of gospel promises, including this one. Our goal is not to teach Christians how to become Christians every Sunday. Our goal is to disciple the nations. Now, of course, implied in this is the gospel of Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit that comes to us through that. Who can obey the law if it's not for the power of the Holy Spirit, given to you as a promise of the new covenant gospel. No one. So imply to this is we have to convert people. We have to teach them the gospel, right? Implied in this is the power of regeneration, implied in this is faith to faith to faith, but this is the overarching commission for us, and this is how it's to take place. And as the nation's are discipled in how to obey the law of God through the churches and instruction and modeling, all of life will be impacted because the word of God applies to all of life. And that will create a Christian. A
Evangelism on SermonAudio
"dominion" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"And our president's hand on the Bible and these basically immediate Bible study apps, Greek, Hebrew, cross references, in the palm of our hand, which can be transmitted across the world at a second sitting in air condition on a leather sofa watching a church service through a screen while drinking the fruit of the vine, and then we're like, this world's going to hell in a hand basket. That is sinful. That is sinful. The world is not getting worse. It is way better now. Way better. Infant mortality rates, lifespan, and many of the many other covenant promises are a way way better. I mean, look at the facts. Look at the circumstances. It's getting better. This is the faith that caused the medieval church to build cathedrals, not metal sheds. We unfortunately live in a secular world. And because of various factors, mainly the fact that we are a small little church, we will have to build a metal shade. But we build a metal shed with the hopes of it becoming the gym right next door to a cathedral. So to put it this way, I heard a story of a seminary that was built to train pastors. And it was, I don't know, it was a majestic and beautiful structure, and I can't remember the name of the seminary. It's in England. And hundreds centurion centuries went by, and the oaken beams, which held up the main structure, had become dry rot. You all heard this story before, probably. And that's what happens with wood over 6, 700 years. It can become dry rod, even if it's a hardwood. And so they wanted to replace these, but the trees in the country were not that big. There was no trees in the country big enough to replace these beams because as you all know, there has been clear cutting and not a lot of good sustainable practices and it takes a long time to grow those historic trees, right? And so there was no place for them to no way for them to repair these oak and beams. They were going to have to use something, not as majestic. And they wanted something majestic. It was in a beautiful facility. And so while they were debating what they were going to do about it, a janitor came up with an idea because he had found the original plans of the building down in the basement. And he pulled out those original plans, and there in the original plans, it noted that the trees planted around the campus were for the purpose of replacing the beams. And so they harvested the trees on the campus, which were majestic and massive, and they replaced the oak and beams. You see, they built with the faith and the knowledge that this place is going to be around for a long time. We are not doomed to inevitable apostasy, the time is not at hand.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Rep. Ralph Norman: Explaining 'Marshall Law' Text to Mark Meadows
"Night, big news dropping Mark Meadows text messages, and your name pops up, and I wanted to give you a chance to respond because man is the media coming after you over a text message where you allegedly called for the former president to invoke martial law. So first of all, was the text message authentic and if it was, what did you mean by that? Oh, yeah, it was authentic. It was a text between a good friend of mine, Mark, but at the time you realized the capital was invaded, the fact that Biden had stayed in his office had not campaigned based everything was breaking loose. You had the question about dominion. And I was frustrated and still frustrated. The questions that were there, then the questions now. Now, obviously, martial law wouldn't put into effect, but it was still upsetting time in the history of the country. And I did miss miss bell Marshall. That's my biggest problem with it.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie Explains the Math of Maricopa Voter Suppression
"For the last couple of weeks, I've been pouring over the numbers. I say, how on earth did we get the projections that wrong? How did we get or we were off base and in reality we didn't what ended up not happening is 40 to 50 to 60 to 70 to maybe a 100,000 people based on the testimony today in Maricopa County never voted. They were turned away. The lines disenfranchised them. And Maricopa County has not given a micron of admission. To take responsibility, no, in fact, they blame me, they blame you, and they say, why don't you just vote early? It should not be a risk in America. To vote on election day. Period. It should not be something where you have to wonder if you'll be able to find a parking space. And the weeks that led up, Steven richer was asked by this program and many others, do you have the parking spaces? Do you have the toner issues set right? Cut 29 woman from communist Venezuela play cut 29. This is an honor that I can speak because I come from a communist country and I don't want this to become common this country. My family in Venezuela lost everything. And it was dominion machine somehow interesting. First of all, I would like to ask you about the supervisors. Please help me understand how can Cathy Hobbes couldn't say that if state be allowed to run for the election when she never kills herself, anybody? How is she allowed to run for a governor when she never accused herself as a Secretary of State? Can somebody answer this, please? I've been questioning, why is nobody talking about us over the media? She came from a communist country. She knows what comes next.
NBC News Suggests How Voting Machines Can Be Hacked
"I want you folks To go to at YouTube the ease of hacking voting machines I am not saying voting machines have been hacked I am not putting out any hypothesis That's not my purpose here My purpose is to expose the Democrat party in the Democrat party media It's from three years ago I want you to take a look at it how hackers can target voting machines NBC News three years ago Go to YouTube the ease of hacking voting machine I don't know how easy it is I don't know how hard it is I don't even know if it's possible but NBC News did an entire segment on this almost 5 minutes 5 minutes Dominion might want to sue them by the way 5 minutes How hackers can target voting machines NBC News
The Eric Metaxas Show
Steve Deace and Eric Discuss God's Calling to Fight
"Question is, is God allowing this to make people angry enough to fight? Because it is so blatant. It is so sickening that somebody like Carrie Lake could potentially be losing, that you think somebody would say we need to dig in and fight. This is not acceptable. We won't accept this. I think that there's another thing God, we could be saying to us, we have to fight differently. For 2000 for until the pilgrims landed at Plymouth rock and shameless plug, that's what my new children's book is about, okay? Why Thanksgiving? Until they landed there in the 17th century. For 1700 years, Christendom didn't have a republic, didn't have a constitution, didn't have voting, and somehow survived persecutions and empires and crackdowns, and how did it do it? Subversive living, faithful obedience, refusing to say yes to Caesar when Caesar asked for dominion and for allegiance that was not his saying no, even to the point of risking their own deaths. And I think one of the things that God may be is saying to us is you have relied too long on sitting at home and enjoying partisan media content and essentially some forms of political mental masturbation, self pleasure and not doing anything and not being not having your faith challenged and then just jumping on fake book or Twitter and randomly posting about it instead of doing something. How about if we take all of your institutional agency away so now it's just you one on one with the spirit of the age and now you believe her choosy the stay whom you will serve which are you one of those who looks upon the beast and marvel's at it or will you be one of those who resist and says, no, I will not comply.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Was the Race Stolen From Dr. Oz? Mike Lindell Weighs In
"I'm talking to our friend Mike lindell about the election, Mike. So you just said basically that the race was stolen from Doctor Oz by the Democrats. Now, my question is, why wouldn't he get involved in contest that? Why would he just say to fetterman, I can seed why? Wait, wait, I don't know. I can't answer that for us. I haven't talked to him, but I have talked to Doug mastriano, and he is not conceding. And everyone says, well, he lost by a huge amount, my, no, they just told him by a huge amount. And when you say Democrats, be careful, Eric, remember you got Brad rauschenberger down in Georgia that steals the elections like they're going out of style down there with his little dominion machine. And he's a Republican Republican. This is a uni party everybody. This is what we're up against.
The Officer Tatum Show
Electronic Voting Machines Are the Threat to Democracy
"Let's hear the audio clip from Tucker Carlson, audio clip number one. And what happened today in Maricopa County where some huge percentage of voting machines, electronic voting machines, according to the Arizona republic, 30%. They claim these are dominion voting machines. But it almost doesn't matter. Electronic voting machines didn't allow people to vote, apparently. And that, whatever you think of it, the cause of it, it shakes people's faith in the system. That is an actual threat to democracy. And it points up the core problem, which is we're not really very serious about democracy if we're using electronic voting machines, or if we're not requiring photo ID to vote, we could have secure elections. We don't because the small number of people don't want them, but until we do, you're going to have these moments where everybody in the country fears volatility because one side doesn't believe the result is yeah, and that's so true. Let me take you back to a column of back from 2019 from sun sentinel. It starts out like this. Governor Ron DeSantis suspended Palm Beach county's elections chief Friday and installed a Republican lawyer to oversee voting during the next presidential contest and one of the state's most democratic counties. A woman by the name of Susan butcher, she was a Democrat. She failed to properly conduct at the time three recounts in the 2018 midterm election. So desantis instead, suspended her and named the West Palm Beach attorney Wendy link after suspending her, her permanent replacement.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Why Do Leftists Push Anti-Science Ideas in Our Schools?
"Do you think that leftists and liberals and people on the left side or why they push anti science ideas in our school systems like they push the ideas where it's like a man can be a woman, a woman can be a man. There is no difference between genders and why parents accept that, and then one last question, what do you think we should do with public school system? Should we try to change them? Should we take kids out of the public school system homeschooling? Because I'm a home schooler. I'm wondering what you thought. Yeah, great, great. So why do parents put up with it? That's a mystery to me. I think that's changing, though. I think parents are starting to push back. I think there is kind of a default setting of being polite and a lot of these communities and parents don't want to come across as being impolite. So why do they teach things that are contrary to science? That's a really important and good question. They would disagree with how you just categorized it, even though it is science in and of itself. But they also have a different view of what science is. I gave a whole speech on this in Kansas City that I encourage you to check out, which is science properly understood, should be about the preservation of human life and the advancement in the flourishing of human life. Science, I would say improperly applied is about exerting your own will and dominion over nature to show supremacy over the design or let's just say the state of what nature is. I'll give you an example, right? So two forms of medical technology that could be used by the same person for two complete and total differences, okay? An abortion and a C section. One gives life and protects life and one destroys life. They're both instruments of science because if you look at a test tube, you're not going to find morality in a test tube. So you have to bring some form of morality into science, right? This is one of the great lies, I think, a secular. So they say, oh, you can find morality in science. Now at some point you have to have some sort of a construct and a framework, right? These are tools that you use, right? And so with that kind of advancement of technology, praise God, we have C sections in America, right? It's the most commonly performed surgery in America that has saved millions of pregnancies and babies that otherwise we don't know what have happened, but then you have abortion very similar procedure in the way a trained technician has to do that, but a completely different result. And so the question really needs to be what is science, what is the point of science? I believe science should be first and foremost an inquiry into the natural world, understanding it. And if we have to intervene if we have to create something new, it has to be under the moral framework of allowing human beings to flourish and to succeed.
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"dominion" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"About this critter. Well, you know, dinosaurs have great names and sometimes the name proceeds what we actually know about the animal. You could hold the known remains of pyro raptor in one hand. And in the film, they're about the size of the movie's velociraptor, like they're about human size and covered in red feathers. And this is the one that dives beneath the ice and is swimming around. When really we know very little about what this animal is actually like, and that's the case for many dinosaurs. Even though we're naming a new dinosaur species about every two weeks or so from the fossil record, the fact of the matter is most of those are partial skeletons. There's a species of Alaska raptor, for example, that's only known from one bone. In the upper jaw, we can compare them to their relatives, get some idea. But if you were to put the real life version of pyro raptor, which was a little bit larger than a Raven next to the film version, you might have a few questions about how they got from one to the other. The one thing that it did do that reflects science that I feel like people have been just waiting for is they put feathers on it, which is something that Jurassic Park is so avoided for so long. Yeah, it was nice to see fluffy dinosaurs in this one. We've known that there were many feathered dinosaurs, especially the theropods, the ones that are most closely related to birds. Since about the time that The Lost World: Jurassic Park came out, but it was still good to see between pyro raptor. Thursday the source and the little tyrannosaur called moros that things were much fuzzier than they've previously been. I mean, it seems like in many ways that pop culture tends to treat science as if it's set in stone. And there's even a moment in this film where the science is the truth. It's in the rocks. Oh my God. But something you write about in your new book the last days of the dinosaurs and you've written about an essay is really clicked with me as I watched the movie and that is that dinosaurs and paleontology really exist at the intersection of science and imagination. What do you mean by that? That we need to use our imaginations to bring dinosaurs to life again. To be able to say anything more than this animal existed. We need to take some of those liberties and we do this as well. As much as we might critique the films, the fact is I've read scientific papers like a new dinosaur will be named and the researchers will say it probably dug in the ground and it probably ate insects. Well, based on what? It's like, well, based upon how the skeleton looks. It's like, okay, well, that's an idea, but that's not a conclusion. And I think that's the important part for us to always keep in mind is kind of where does what we know stop and where does our speculation start? Imagination doesn't have to be a dirty word in science. We are always sort of on the edge of the unknown. So I love the fact that in film and in science, our dinosaurs continue to change. You really with us and what we think about that at any given time. So we've been talking about dinosaurs because of course that is the focus of Jurassic Park in Jurassic World, but your new book argues it's time maybe that we start paying attention to what happened after the asteroid hit and the dinos all disappeared. So I'd love to end on an early mammal that makes a cameo in the movie. Will you tell us a little bit about it and why you think maybe we should start looking past the dinosaurs some. Yeah, that's the thing right is that we think about the mesozoic world as being like the age of dinosaurs and everything was dinosaurs. In fact, there are lots of other animals that were there. They had to be there because if nothing else, dinosaurs often needed something to eat. So there had to be other organisms, including mammals. During the mesozoic, you have the first mammals appear about the same time as the first dinosaurs do. And they thrived alongside dinosaurs. And even prior to that, it was Proto mammals running the show. And there were a couple that show up in Jurassic World Dominion. There's a little one called lystrosaurus that makes a little cameo in the marketplace. This thing kind of looks like a pig almost. It's got a beak and it's got tusks. But the one that makes a larger appearance a little bit later is dimetrodon. And this is this classic when it looks kind of like a supercharged monitor lizard with a big sail on its back. And that long before the earliest dinosaurs, but it's more closely related to us. And when you look at the history of life and you look at the way that mass extinctions have affected what species are around, and which are most prominent on the landscape, our own relatives, like those Proto mammals that we see in the latest Jurassic World. We're also there. And there are critical part of the story. They didn't just appear once dinosaurs went off the stage. Our story is very much intertwined with theirs. Riley black, thank you so much for dreaming about dinosaurs with us. Oh, it's always best to share dinosaur genes. Thank you so much. Today's episode was produced by Rebecca T. Rex Ramirez, edited by our senior supervising editor giselle supersaurus Grayson, and fact checked by Rachel dreadnoughtus Carlson. Our audio engineer is tray velociraptor Watson and our programming titanosaurs are senior director Beth Donovan and senior vice president Anya grundman. You know me. I'm just a little fluffy Morrison. Thanks for.
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"dominion" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"That started it all 1990 threes Jurassic Park. As for the plot, well, there's dinosaurs running amok, modern world. I'm Glenn Weldon, and today we're talking about Jurassic World Dominion on pop culture happy hour from NPR. Joining.
Talk Is Jericho
"dominion" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Other scientists assess it and eventually it's published, you get some feedback on it, you change it if you have to, but you get this published. That's the way that science works. There's just always this quest to impress your peers and convince your peers, you have something new. Why don't you do that? That's how you name something new. So the process really is, you might find that fossil yourself, you may go out to the desert at dig up a skeleton and you've never seen anything like it before, so this is something new. We're going to name it. Other times you might be in a museum looking at collections, things that were found decades ago, even a century ago that were put in a drawer that were put in a safe that were put in a case that people haven't really scrutinized recently. And you realize that wait a minute, there's something new here. So a lot of our discoveries actually come from museums. And that shows why museums are so important because not only do museums exhibit fossils that the public can go see and kids can get inspired by. But museums have collections behind the scenes that keep fossils safe, so researchers can study them. And the museum and drum held the royal Terrell museum is one of the world's best museums. It's incredible. Like the exhibits are second to none of the exhibits are nothing like probably like .001% of their fossils are on display. The real joy is going into the storerooms in that museum and in most museums. Because it is just shelf after shelf, wall after wall, cabinet after cabinet of dinosaur bones. And for somebody, that is like the kid in a toy store or a kid on Christmas morning. It is just the most exhilarating thing. And if you haven't done it, you should go out there. You know, maybe with slash, maybe whatever. Go out and tell the museum you want to see behind the scenes, and I'm sure they'd love to show you. Give me some of the names that you've given to some of these species. So we talked about this thing yard bar earlier, which is the marine reptile, the sea monster from sky. We just named another one a few months ago, also from the isle of Skye in Scotland. This is a pterodactyl, one of those flying reptiles, and this one we called yarks Ian at that's another Scottish Gallup name. So that's the most recent one that we named and described..
In the News with Mike Dakkak
"dominion" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak
"Mind it's in the news. I don folks. Mike babcock back with you for today's update today. We have an update from mike. Lindell the ceo of my pillow. Mike has been kind of at the forefront of this election. Fraud thing ever since the november third election. And he's been trying for months to bring out the truth of what happened in the november third election. Know mike lindell was on jimmy kimmel last week. I don't know if you guys caught this. But i think he handled himself very well. He kind of went into the lion's den there and kimmel did just about everything he could he had some buffoon. Come out before lindell came out and do this. Some wild wacky impression of mike lindell china heynen as as total wack job but lindell came out and just kind of laid out the facts and said hey listen. We've got facts of of fraud here. And kimmel went after him and then when all else failed kimmel shot a cheap shot. I thought kind of the first time. I saw jimmy. Kimmel take a really cheap shot. I mean i'm not a big jimmy kimmel fan. I don't really watch them all that much. And he's kind of like the prototypical liberal late night talk show host and so he makes fun of conservatives all the time but this was a truly cheap shot. Mike lindell has a history of drug abuse. As some of you may or may not know i had not known this Until recently but he has overcome that. And he's he's found god. You went on to found a billion dollar very successful billion dollar company as you guys are well aware of in my pillow and kimmel. He's sitting there and he's talking to him and he he's doing everything he can to kind of rattle them and lyndale just refuses to be rattled and finally kimmel says well. You know that all the drug abuse you are addicted to crack way back one and that's done something to your mind and linda lindell's basically withstood the attack and i thought he handled himself very well while this week. He's come out so he's kind of been at the forefront of this election fraud of the investigation into the election fraud.
Real Talk with Mary Contrary and Starfish
"dominion" Discussed on Real Talk with Mary Contrary and Starfish
"But it wasn't eric coomer or or who knows what eric it was. Eric coomer is suing. Joe altman now because joel went onto like a bunch of news networks and told this story so i've heard the story three or four times and you tells the same story and he then eventually the story got put into the affidavits that were sent out through all of the Election stuff with whether trying to sue all the states and he signed an affidavit saying this happened to me. And i i heard this guy overheard him saying he was gonna throw the election and the judges are like. Yeah but you don't know if that's right eric. You know you don't have no idea if that was the who said it. And he's like well doesn't matter. Because look i found his facebook page and look he's obviously an anti trumper and he runs the election systems. And that's not fair so therefore so they have been spreading this eric. Kumar's name now everywhere. They found his where he lived. They took a screenshot of where he lived with his truck out front and they sent that out on the internet the sent his name they started harassing him start harassing his family. And his co workers. He totally went into hiding no idea where he is. But eric has come out against this as trying to speak out against it and he actually had enough support and money somehow to actually sue them soi. So he's suing. Not just joe waldman but he is suing a couple conservatives. Who did this interview with him. And didn't even think to question the story and say we're had you know it was eric from dominion. You just heard. Eric dominion and that's it you put together and all of a sudden this guy is trying to you know commit massive election fraud so he went on all these interviews and in those interviews were picked up of course trump and his sons I think eric trump posted it. And so there's a lawsuit outright now from air coomer that details every single step of the way and how this kept growing bigger and bigger and bigger and how eventually trump with his eighty million people even kicked it out there on notice. Dominion voting systems sending letters to both white house counsel pats baloney and president. Trump's personal attorney rudy giuliani to keep all records related to the baseless claims that they're voting machines changed votes to help joe biden win. Why you ask because the company says that legal action against giuliani is quote. Imminent this as a top executive with dominion is now suing the trump campaign and allies including rudy. Julianne giuliani and sydney powell. The lawsuit saying this in part defendants knowingly circulated an amplified conspiracy theory to challenge the integrity of the presidential election while this theory has been thoroughly rejected. Its immediate and life threatening effects. Remain very real out front with me now. The man behind that lawsuit eric coomer. He is dominion director of product strategy and security. Eric thank you for coming on i. I do need to say that there is no evidence that you or your company did anything to manipulate or steal any election but for a month. Now you have had to be in hiding. We are not revealing your location for security reasons. Can you describe what these conspiracy theories and disinformation surrounding. You and your company has.
The Political History of the United States
"dominion" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"There never was granted. Land or anything official outside of those who originally agreed to the document wanting something that was more legitimate than the original compact. The plymouth colonists trained to the council of new england for something a bit more formal. Well they would not receive an actual charter. They did receive a land. Grant it at least laid out that plymouth had a right to exist and established their boundaries. Back in episode one point twenty seven. I had made a comment that this was something that you should keep on the backburner as i'm sure you have all been thinking about this for the past thirty kids. We are now going to get to why this is such a problem. The other new england colonies had charters directly from england. New hampshire had received their charter back. Sixteen seventy nine and connecticut gut their official charter from the crown in sixteen. Sixty two. This left plymouth any very precarious position. If you have been following along you can probably guess that andrews and company did not see the mayflower compact as providing the necessary legitimacy. This problem was not any kind of a surprise to plymouth. They tried for years to get an actual royal charter. However they lack the influence back in england to secure such a charter in the eyes of the crown when the dominion of new england came along the plymouth. Colonists were little more than squatters. Absorption into the demand in new england was anathema to everything that plymouth had stood for their independence from everybody else was one of the defining features of that colony having their independence stripped and shipped to boston was a very difficult pill to swallow. Despite this however plymouth was never going to be in a position where they have much hope of fighting back they're small and complete lack of any actual legitimacy meant that they're being absorbed into the dominion was alba predetermined. The lack of a formal royal charter is going to come back a final time. In just a few years to haunt plymouth. Following the collapse of the dominion of new england down in connecticut we find what had the second colony of new england. But time of the dominion connecticut had a population approaching. Twenty thousand. well that number is still just about half that massachusetts. It was still more than double the combined population of new hampshire and plymouth. Connecticut massachusetts had always been closely related. Colonies rhode island was a land of outcasts and plymouth was an isolated haven for separatists. Connecticut remained largely in line with those same religious and political beliefs that dominated up in massachusetts when edward randolph came with news of the quote rondo against their charter. The connecticut settlers were none too anxious to.