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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Do our part the one pulse foundation will stream this year's ceremony on their Facebook page tonight at seven I'm Carole moody news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. or to schools now have a road map to reopen at full capacity in August governor distintos outlined a plan with nearly four hundred and seventy five million dollars going to education related aid these funds would provide a four to five week summer program on school campuses to students from K. through five who are identified with the substantial deficiency in reading the goal is to have ninety percent of students proficient in reading by twenty twenty four we will dedicate fifteen million dollars to train and develop two thousand highly effective reading coaches Juliana Miami's ninety six point five W. DPO you're listening to the ATM expanded news feed on break we bring in fifteen straight minutes of news weather and traffic with no commercials well one expert says it's likely too soon for crowds to be rushing back to central Florida theme park's Dr dena Grayson is an infectious disease expert and she says she loves the parks but thinks they're re opening too soon even with limited capacity she notes they're still crowds she adds though that she's glad the parks have rules hand sanitizer readily available and hygiene reminders visitors who don't wear their masks Grayson says park should enforce their policy and respectfully remove those people from the park all the news ninety six point five W. DPO way heard Joe touch on this in Orlando road that runs through part of downtown next to I. four is getting a lot of attention the community talks about changed its name some say division Avenue is named because it serves as a border for residential segregation hundreds have signed online petitions over the past few days to change the street name either the mayor can requested a fifty one percent of the property owners along division and have to agree on it have you been back to the Orange County public library will Katrina scales checked out the downtown Orlando branch welcome back to the Orlando public library as soon as you walk through the door face coverings are required at all times well you'll be greeted by a staff member will help direct you to the floor or department.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"David which I did not know this is based on his life and if you don't know the street about Pete Davidson he was that he's a guy that's on Saturday Night Live and he was stationary on the Grande and and anyway his father died on nine eleven he was a fireman I didn't know it was a fire and I'm yeah wow okay so it's so funny because the way he talks about his friends talk about it the other stills quick anecdote sure he's telling the story about his his best friend he grew up with and they would talk about his dad afterwards and you know they would make jokes about it because they were both mediums if he's he's like what kind of joking he goes not knock an MP David because who's there about your dad the whole other coping mechanism or something yeah exactly you know and I I I like the kid I I mean I don't know I'm I'm never talked to in my life but there's something about and I really like and I'm so I haven't seen the movie but the the washer plus review is like this is this is an amazing film as a Judd Apatow movie so we'll get to that because we have that coming up very cool and and we also have the approach of prize winning writer Philip Rucker author of a co author of a very stable genius and we're to talk to him about it again stable genius well it's a here's a deal that Republicans are freaking out by trump's weak weakness and it seems to be growing like a cancer in the party where they going to do artificial Larry Kudlow's comments did you see that I yet that they're because of who is at the in the trump administration is rife ox business guy I don't know what he does from what he came out he's he goes I don't see any systemic racism I go to your white Republican that's right person oppressing doesn't see the oppression because they're the freaking oppressor in anyway so we got that all that come up and you know we'll we'll touch on the NASCAR story we've got some great call the news Chris Merrill who's doing the afternoon show up for me yeah he was flying yesterday and I was talking he'll tell us about airports plus he lives in Arizona and which is like you know spiking again but the big thing everybody has to enforce eight thirty we have Dr dena Grayson coming on she's gonna she's one of the top viral pandemic infectious.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"And of course the president has been calling for it but you know ignoring many things tomorrow on the show at seven thirty one of Dr dena Grayson on she is not only a a pandemic specialist in infectious disease specialist and MD and a PhD in a biochemist but she's also you know I works with school systems in Florida trying to determine when safe of course the the governor and politicians get in the way and they overrule science but they're a complex health considerations before opening California schools it's a challenge let me just put this on the phones right now eighty eighty eight ten are you ready to send your kid back to school your little kid lit your nine or ten year old arm and the many things that this poses many threats isn't the first one is we just don't know if your children are entirely safe yet we've seen this weird Kawasaki syndrome generally for younger kids it is very rare but we also don't know we haven't had a the kind of spike that people are predicting that we'll have in the second part of this year and how do you get kids to socially distance themselves of one kid comes in with covert nineteen you know what's going to go through the entire school because that's the way kids are there's not gonna be anywhere you're gonna keep kids from touching each other or touching surfaces they shorten and sticking their finger in their nose in their mouth of their eyes right I mean that's what kids do so I mean I I'm just kind of curious as to what what do you guys feel is it too early to even talk about this not to mention the teachers and the staff how will they be affected especially those who are older have underlying health conditions right no doubt I'm in fact I feel pretty thankful in ours are daughter got her diploma yesterday so she dropped now graduated she's out of high school officially and I'm thankful for one reason and that is she doesn't have to go back she has a compromised immune system as it as it goes so even if she were going back I think we would be in that group of parents it says I'm not gonna since Adam back we're gonna do it remotely for at least through the fall this is this is gonna be the problem too looking ahead in a couple years when we get a vaccine mmhm the the people like Kelsey would be the people that died that maybe not couldn't take a vaccination and then are subject to the hope that everybody else does so the disease can find them Americans can be incredibly selfish and narrow minded and fearful one you know we we sing the song about the home of the brave well now's the time to show it people this is the time you know again students that are medically fragile will districts allow parents to keep kids and their siblings at home if we go back to school they will or they gonna consider them true once in nine in California they release this week that sixty two page guide book kind of giving the school districts some possible possibilities when it comes to resuming classes in the fall and does good stagger schedule that's why the recommendations on going distance learning and models that combine both in class and staggered schedules the thing is you would still have the same teacher you know with the being exposed to so many different kids and ensure we had it out in in the side I can all day I'm sure the teachers are gonna have to wear masks it's yeah yeah but if you're talking about inside a room in the end when it when the weather gets cooler and we we keep the windows closed if there's if there's any kind of heat circulation you know what that's not so much a California problem although it will be in some of the you know there is a higher elevation you might need heat and just you know everything about that that that scares the hell out of me you know again if this is not about me it's about teachers and children get a schools decide to monitor kids contacts as a way to trace the spread our family's gonna react to that violation of privacy I mean right I mean that you know we're gonna be tracking your kid mmhm we don't even let him track for educational reasons much less this you know if a child comes in and is is now if a kid gets sick and gets the flu and not covert how do we know that we're going to have enough testing you know the southern callin southern California chapter of the American academy of pediatrics this week said pediatrics in the street that but those who rely on schools for meals and other services they're gonna suffer more from continued school closures than from risk of contracting the crown of ours I never thought of that you know these kids that have to go to school because that's where they eat right you know and if if if we're gonna send parents back to work but not kids back to school how's that gonna fly well they want it and that's the big realization for me during this whole pandemic was how much our economy depends on schools and day cares because people won't go to work if they don't have school or daycare right again bright yet the good news cover nineteen the course that's illness caused by sars go B. two is rare among kids fewer than two percent of cover nineteen cases new S. seven people under eighteen so that's a good thing that's courting the CDC that of course that number could be a lot higher because we don't know if kids get it and it's in that they're not that symptomatic they're great spreaders though right you know this is the thing we just dealt with it W. H. on the last thirty six hours you can still spread it even if you're not sneezing are you can have the occasional cough war you can wipe it on your hands and and you know touch some by me he ever been I had a kid though like a five year old in your face there's the master like a freakin Petri dish all over you so I you know I mean so I I don't I think we got to be careful about how we do this I think it was the first five years of Kelsey's life we're constantly sick because you know we were sending her to daycare and she would come home and give us what other than yeah that's the devices out there yeah exactly the best sell best of whatever crime is going around kids to it everybody knows that you get a kid to get sick it's like you know I don't know why we're so surprised I mean it's it's not like it's the first time they eat solid food you change their diaper like whoa all I could I I'd like to forget that part of the of parenting please I would say there's a thousand school districts in California and there's gonna be there's bound to be a covert nineteen outbreak in in any of the schools or school districts and when that happens we're going to have to do is shut down the schools again you know to sanitize well and and obviously you know even if kids didn't get sick are there spreaders and so how do we deal with that I mean I know of you know I get the emails or we could be just like Sweden it didn't really work out that great for sweet not all three hundred and thirty million people if you're talking about trying to jump to herd immunity with a half a percent you're talking about a million and a half people dead right as you move toward her minutes go to Debbie in San Jose farmer's eighty eighty eight ten Debbie you want to send your kid back yet are you ready hi welcome to the morning I'm so glad to hear you but what I wanted to say is I have a son who is a professor at John we should go skate so that's strike one.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Out of town friends there were about thirty of his listeners to ponder this trip and that the ship was a sale sailing vessels the sales razorback trong actually and they've been so absolutely delightful tribeca that might we're gonna sing alongs and so on and when I was getting on board the captain greeted everyone of them over the edge of the ship and I wish I was humming a sea shanty in my myself anyhow you should you know she should be on the I said yes cap well I sure will point you to good use so when everyone was trying to raise in sales later on and they were like tronic sales and then they could use the money early it have me saying this sea shanties Tomorrowland and but another thing we found on the ship you know what a belated pan is don't tell me I've been laying pen as a parent that they all should sales in place by wrapping the ropes around these pains are you still there yes but you've got your radio on that's why I'm distracted okay I I can't anyway I found out if you take one of these belaying pins stand against the wall unfortunate for about three on your bottom until one of these claims me you certainly had a wooden leg oh my goodness and it was a little bit dexterity you could have to walk away so all the positive we're going all with your purchase for the grass on the shades would walk away right it's a wonderful memory and I can't tell you how much I appreciate your call up John Hamilton was very special we have a few more reminiscences we are going to get down to serious business at six thirty I am John Rothman tonight in the opening we remember the immortal John Hamilton KGO eight ten and if there's one thing called a nineteenth give us all those questions can I get the virus by touching envelopes in the mail got mail how long does the virus live on chat for my more at risk if I eat nachos everyday okay well that's just my own question but the good news is KGO as answers every Thursday afternoon at five chip Franklin spent a full hour talking to Dr dena Grayson an infectious disease specialist in viral pandemic expert this is your chance to get your questions answered by the dock Dr dena Grayson.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Other I can't tell you how many people I so I go to here's my little court other than my radio show is is dog park by the way you're welcome to weigh in on this eighty eighty ten I and where we all are I'm I'm I think and it's it's my opinion but based on everything I've been reading and especially what happened today with some of these numbers that are just at insane now when you look at these some numbers at the CDC and other states they mix together the test of covert nineteen and the antibody test is to one number well that's truly not representative of how many people have the disease so if we think that more people have the disease and then we look at the percentage of people that died well obviously now we're gonna have a lower rate of infection and death the firm before so it's just I mean to me it's it's really interesting and and important to understand every angle of this you know the fire let's start right with the virus you know and for from that anyway let's do this let's break in and and get your phone calls eighty eighty eight ten reminding you if you want to talk to Dr dena Grayson she'll be joining us at five o'clock for the whole hour will answer all the questions again she knows his mom I've talked to a lot of people is she knows as much about this as anybody I've spoken to so whatever question you have act of nineteen I should be the person that delayed on so you can email it to me it should because your radio dot com we'll have the technician working and of course the phone number eighty eighty eight ten that's not for about and forty minutes of so hang on coming up you ever heard of a a black swan well how about gray rhino that'll be happenin in just about ten minutes and next your phone calls it eighty eighty eight ten after print comes is cagey we need small businesses and right now they need us so Verizon is connecting big names in entertainment with small businesses around the country.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"As yourself for following the science because that's really all we can do when we're dealing with something that was so thank you so much and I hope to have you on again real soon thank you so much market your radio chip Franklin again that's incredible Nikki Maduro here every week day from six AM to ten AM doing just the the the great job she does and I was a doctor Susan fell apart from the census good apartment a public health all right coming up on the in the next half hour working or next hour actually we have put together some special for you Dr dena Grayson is gonna be our guest and she's answering questions about covert nineteen now obviously this is different and difficult stuff but her background is perfect for this because not only is she a physician and an empty but she's also a biochemist and a specialist in infectious diseases and andrology and the study of of of a pandemic just like this so she's done a lot of work in the past and we're gonna try to get to the bottom of it all I mean there's a lot of interesting parts to this that that we still don't understand we don't really understand where it came from although we're we're ninety nine and nine tenths positive that it did not come from a lab that it did it jump from a bat to human and one of these what markets but we don't know we know how you can get it how long at last we don't understand immunology will there be a vaccine we still don't know that either I mean there's a possibility we won't have a vaccine and again you know as I tell you before and you'll hear Dr dena Grayson echo this you know youre sheltering in place you have physical distancing if you're lucky you get a vaccine and then herd immunity show answer all those questions exactly what herd immunity is what the vaccine means and.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of San Francisco no fun jammed up from before Vermont street to the bay bridge K. G. O. A. ten weather forecast lots of sunshine in the days ahead tomorrow's going to be a really warm one in one highs in the mid nineties around ninety six ninety seven I'm mid eighties by the bay for tomorrow I am the upper sixties near seventy by the coast will cool it down a little bit over the weekend right now San Francisco still it's seventy one degrees I'm Kim McAllister more of chip Franklin now on KGO eight ten now back to Franklin Dr dena Grayson G. G. O. A. ten that's a big voice guy on it it's good to have you guys along and of course Dr dena Grayson always good to talk to you great stuff real quick I want to have you seen this research about llama antibodies llamas according a new study antibodies yes pretty cool we now I have not seen this one shot all right university of Texas at Austin said that they've they've studied all the way it llamas far off when they were tested both you know sars kovi and then for murders and then cooked one four the the the the stars and then this one they believe now that this research is showing the antibodies from this this one mama that they've been working with have staved off this the virus that causes covert cover nineteen I mean we don't know where the answer is going to come from you know I mean it's that it's never just one thing like a good a cocktail for HIV is is a combination of a lot of things a sort of a daisy TN and worked its way here where do you put the most and then this again comes from another.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Yes and the doctor and physician researcher of virologist and infectious disease specialist and kind of a rock star and no circle so if you want a question answered about cover nineteen Dr dena Grayson will be with us call right now get on hold first question will be how most people catch in this thing eighty eighty eight and the phone number I'm sure Franklin is in a KGO special report corona virus update a published report claims the White House is withholding expert guidance to states on how they should allow for easing restrictions on individuals and businesses the CDC guidelines were too detailed and might have slowed down economic activity the trump administration is trying to speed along by letting others decide how to ease restrictions that's the general implication of the Associated Press story it suggests the White House is keeping the blueprint locked up the AP story quotes an anonymous CDC official as saying someone here to clear the guidance would never see the light of day Bob Costantini the White House correspondent Athena Jones reports coronavirus testing isn't always an exact science director of the national institutes of health saying today the abit ID now machine used for rapid coronavirus tests has about a fifteen percent false negative rate president trump says he tested negative after one of his ballets tested positive this week after exhibiting symptoms of cove in nineteen the barbecue sept with the option to reopen schools in Montana correspondent Evan McMorris Santoro says some rural districts decided to go ahead school bus services reduced so many parents drop their kids off upon arrival students were escorted into the building one by one and their temperatures taken school return is voluntary around twenty five percent of students are expected to rejoin their classes by June the Senate failed to override president trump's veto of a resolution seeking to rein in his ability to take military action against Iran the yeas are forty nine the nays are forty four but it was not enough to override the president's veto of a resolution that would have required him to pull US troops out from any hostilities against Iran within thirty days without first getting congressional approval for military action Linda Kenyon Washington federal appeals court ruled against a Utah gun rights advocate who challenged the trump administration's ban on bump.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Franklin show continues wasn't at home by saying Google play KGO eight ten I got an email us somebody asked me why is the market going up when everything I say look so bad that's a fair question I'm not saying it looks bad I'm just saying you know what it is and and we'll all have to adjust yeah I I think there is a little then I'll going on and I think that Wall Street is so there's people looking for opportunities because it dropped so low will continue to rise man if I knew that right arm but they're coming up I I promise you you know I tell you when you can speak you can speak and ask questions to a top infectious disease medical specialists and that would be in about ten minutes Dr dena Grayson is gonna join us she is not only a PhD and MD but she also specializes in the bowl and viral viral pandemics she's a biochemist as well as a medical doctor's been published New York times and his senior and many of the television shows that you watch on not just the weekend stuff but during the week as well so we'll get her opinion if so if you have questions you would like to ask and and some of the yacht that small molecule therapies stuff out I was just reading about it during the break I'm going to ask her about that too but here's the real question that really needs to be asked when is it safe to open up and who should decide do you really trust this president I mean seriously after after that fiasco with the you know I it before you've been saying I've been inheriting things for the longest time but after the fiasco of the you know the the Clorox and Lysol you gotta ask yourself man this is really the guy that I want to take that kind of advice from the guy that I want to trust to go out and to be around people that might affect me or affect my family because you gotta remember this that the the more we do this the more people come into contact with each other and with the possibility of a symptomatic a transmission and we know that's for sure already you can spread it being a symptomatic but the flip side is there are there apparently are people who get cold it and never show symptoms at how long can they continue to pass this on to other people those are questions that that are haunting not only have an email just for politicians and people like you and I that's all coming up next okay special report coronavirus update the trump administration is aiming for states to have enough supplies to test at least two point six percent of the residents per month a figure needed to catch a symptomatic spread White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says team workers involved the blueprint lays out the roles and responsibilities to enhance our partnership between the private sector and the public sector bringing together state local governments with the federal government to ensure that we can accomplish and achieve our core principles and objectives Texas is starting the process of re opening governor Greg Abbott says he will not extend the stay at home order past April thirtieth that executive order has done its job to slow the growth of over nineteen and I will let it expire as scheduled on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average rose to three hundred fifty nine points the nasdaq up ninety six I'm in Kate's some say P. geo news time is four thirty one good afternoon to you I'm Kim McAllister with hot weekend weather thousands of people crowded on the beaches in southern California over the weekend despite a statewide stay at home order hello from your governor Gavin Newsom is reminding people the corona virus does not take the weekend off images down in Orange County and Ventura county on our beaches those images are an example of what not to see people what not to do it for going to make the meaningful progress that we've made the last few weeks extend into the next number four number of weeks Los Angeles could begin slowly moving toward normalcy as soon as two weeks from now officials mayor Eric Garcetti says a new normal could become part of it as cases go back up in the country in later months will probably go back home for schooling for work and so it's good that we're building this up but there's certainly been a huge slip I'm worried about the kids right now that are falling behind we're gonna check your traffic around the bay area next on KGO take it from me if you're planning to sell your home or your rental property then it makes sense to call Bob and sandy Jamieson the Jameson team with cuts kind of properties here's an update on how cold would nineteen is impacting everyone in sandy Jameson is checking in again with the San Jose and bay area real estate market report Hey sandy thanks for checking in thank you guys previously I reported a strong.

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COVID-19 Special with Dr. Dena Grayson

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

08:26 min | 2 years ago

COVID-19 Special with Dr. Dena Grayson

"I am Dr Grayson and I believe in health care for all. Sorry not sorry. So you're a Florida resident and we see pictures of beaches. That are full there. How is your governor doing this and managing this crisis? I think that unfortunately governor to Sanchez has really told that trump party line which was denial. Denial denial and too little too late. I mean we were not only the third largest state here in Florida but I think everyone knows that we have a lot of older folks that retired to Florida and older Americans. Older people in general are more susceptible to this virus more susceptible to severe illness more susceptible to die and everyone everyone saw those spring break pictures and videos. Oh I couldn't believe people that later belly belly to belly and then what are they going? One God knows where back to you. Know all over the country and they're not symptomatic so you know you heard them saying we don't care what you're here to party but you can't expect a twenty year old twenty one year old to like have that kind of judgment. Where were the adults in the room? Where was right? And what do you think the cost was of keeping those beaches open for so long? Only we don't know the cost yet. Unfortunately and I think that every single person that came here on spring break and was interacting with other people should be placed on immediate quarantines for fourteen days. They are ticking. Time bombs totally good news for them is. They're unlikely to get severely ill or die but what about their parents. Their grandparents went about their teachers. What about you know somebody? In the store they interact with their ticking time on little biological time bombs and I also think I mean we have to be responsible and say that more and more younger people are now getting the illness and having more repercussions then in the beginning of this and I don't know if that means that the virus itself is changing but it does seem that more young people are starting to get affected so this mentality of I'm young and invincible is really not great not only for other people but also for themselves. If they can't think about other people then they have to be able to take care of themselves and protect themselves. I mean all of those young people had to return home somewhere. And that's what's so terrifying to me. I would look at those pictures of the beach and think how many of those people were from California or you know going be going back to studio city with my parents right next door or whatever it is. That's exactly right and you know these younger folks need to remember that actually even though if you catch the virus you're less likely to get seriously ill or diet doesn't mean you're not GonNa get seriously ill indic- number one and number. Two younger people are actually the most likely to catch the bars right. I know this because if you look at like South Korea thirty percent and they they screen everybody like Walk Outside. Get a test. I mean like you can't move around. I mean they're everywhere testing testing testing. And we know that thirty percent of all the people that tested positive in South Korea were between the ages of twenty and twenty nine. Because those are your Baristas bartenders waiters and they're interacting with people all the time and we call them super scrubbers. They don't know they're infected. They feel fine but they're interacting with the public and you know again prior to all this knowledge being out there. I don't follow anybody's doing their job and they're doing their thing. They're in their twenties. But now that it's out there everyone social media like you said think of yourself don't even be selfless think of yourself. You can die. And it's so crazy to me and even in California where people are very health conscious and very aware people who are at the beaches. They had to close down the beach parking lots because over the weekend. People were still hiking. People were still congregating in the beaches and the parks. It's so crazy to me before the governor took you know the hard stance that he did in California. Everybody I knew was already on lockdown. Right we were like okay. We know where this is going. We'll stay home and you look at what's going on now and people still aren't staying home. It's mind boggling to me but I wanNA talk to you a little bit about how the governors of the country and how you feel. They're doing in addressing the corona virus. And who do you think is standing out as far as leadership goes during this time? Well you are very fortunate to live in the wonderful state of California where I spent A. Oh Gosh at least a quarter. It's not a third of my life and you have a fabulous governor Gavin. Newsom is doing an extremely good job. I think that he's been honest and clear and transparent. I think that trying not to be overly aggressive trying to find that right balance. I mean we have this deadly virus. That is highly contagious. No one wants to lock down the country. No one wants to lockdown community. No one wants to do that. That's like the mechanism of last resort and governor fabulous job and sort of finding that right balance and I think Governor Cuomo of New York has been utterly spectacular. You watches press conferences. And you know I it as a true experts in MVP. I mean listen you know me. I'm not an Uber Nerd. But I listened to his press conferences. And they're spectacular he theory fact-based. He's not trying to freak people out what he's he's honest and I think that you'll people and this is what I try to do as well and you know that. Says I try to just tell people she was one it is. I'm not going to sugar coat it. I'm not trying to be sensational about it. Because it is a scary situation. I Find My interactions with folks just like what Governor Cuomo is doing knowledge is power people feel comfortable because they know that they just want to understand the fast and both of them have done a fabulous job. They've shown compassion. Forgot what I was GONNA say. I think that they've shown great compassion and empathy. And that is what will inspire people so that once we come out of this time. We're going to be better for it. We're going to be better neighbors. We're going to be better citizens we're GONNA take our position in life more seriously and what connection means and how beautiful it is to have connection and interaction and family and all of those things that I think we had begun to question. You know not question in a philosophical way but question because of our actions we were very much especially in this country driven by money and work and status and I feel there's a best case scenario. It's that we all come out of this remembering what it's like to really live a life of service and what that means and how we can do that get back to that fully agree and a couple of thoughts on that first of all. I think the one thing that has been striking the utter lack of compassion from Donald Trump. Right he gets asked a softball question. What would you tell people that are scared? Any blessed the report. This is a softball question. We're all you're just saying it's my Gosh. You know we know you're scared. We're the we're here for you. Not we're fighting every day for every life something Winston Moron. I mean do something. But he couldn't even do that. But more importantly okay. Let's leave trump aside. 'cause we're not going to change that national nightmare until November but talking about you know these relationships or say you're so right and I know that everybody's been using Hashtag social distancing. I gotTa tell you I have a real problem with it because it tends wrong message. We need to be more social than ever. We need our social connections our relationships with our loved ones with our neighbors with our family so we need to be physically distant right. We don't WanNa be intermingling physically but the beauty is is that we have these wonderful tools now that we didn't have right so not so in the distant past where we can facetime relatives. We can skype. We can use zoom or whatever your favorite APP is to interact and actually see people and interact and in fact you and I met through twitter. I mean we met through social media and so I mean we have these wonderful ways to connect with one another because we need each other. This is going to be hard. It already is so. I like to say to people. Hashtag physical distancing. Yeah we'RE GONNA BE F anything more social as you pointed out. We need to help each other. We have

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on WTVN

"Hands on expertise now a new lower rates call local Allstate agent to get a quote now traffic and weather together powered by time starring classic airtime jolly hill on newsradio six ten WTVN ABC six first warning weather looks like some early sun that today clouds though by afternoon and by night time looks like some scattered showers will overtake us fifty four during the day today Lorraine early tomorrow then we kind of back at right back out clearing for the afternoon high goes to fifty seven even warmer on Thursday it's gonna be dry during the day but late evening into the overnight again another little impose some scattered showers will roll through Thursday's title goes to sixty five forecast is powered by the base doctor right now in Westerville we're showing forty thirty nine newsradio six ten pleasure to welcome Dr dena Grayson back to our air Dr dina join that met on Friday doctor dean is a a pandemic expert ended just as a thumbnail a doctor if you could pandemic explain what a pandemic is or pandemic is an uncontrolled spread of a pathogen of a bug if you well in this case a corona virus in one or more countries or one or more content so basically think about an outbreak in one or more places so in the distance to disaffiliate that definition now oh my goodness that's not the definition quite a long time ago when I called I started calling this a pandemic a couple of Bucks two weeks before the World Health Organization said you know because it was spreading outside China into other countries which makes that meets the definition and frankly we know that this this virus is highly highly contagious so it was it it.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

The Dworkin Report

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

"Cdc wrote a four hundred fifty page book on how to respond to public health. Crises after the nine eleven anthrax attacks in experts say trump is doing opposite of it on on last week's working report episode World Health Organization expert in Yale. Psychiatry professor doctor. Bandy Lee said that American leadership would be better without trump's presence in general Should the cabinet consider invoking the twenty Fifth Amendment right now? do the president's false statements about public health crisis matters in his disinformation dissemination You know is it too too dangerous for the American public to bear? You know it is something that warrants removal from office. I I think that every day trump says and does things that warrant his removal from office. But let's face it You know his cabinet is filled with sycophants further mocking to do anything Why do we feel I you know I strongly believe that? Mr Trump selected pence to leave Nevada virus quote unquote taskforce to spin right. Because who has the only person who are the more vested interest in trying to spin this pandemic then pence is only trump right because they this hurts the reelection chances so I you know I I love that idea. But it's just it's not gonNA happen. I think that clearly what Mr Trump has done and him and his you know Since his media Coke collaborators or quote unquote media. I should say the collaborators have pushed this absolutely falls and extremely dangerous. Disinformation that. There's nothing to see here. I mean just yesterday and his press conference so you do have Dr Tony. Foul cheesy ones The infectious disease all branch of age and he is a preeminent overall. Gist scholar understands buyer off. And he said you know and and as I've learned for months as you know you know people need to understand that things are going to get worse before they get better they all they are okay and unfortunately but they are going to get better for trump yesterday. Says we're all GONNA be great. We're going to be so gold. I mean you know there's no there's always watching over our you know just recently within the past week or two it was all. There's a couple of cases but it's going to be zero and hot. Weather's GonNa kill us going to go away. And you know we have people dying. And the polling reflects how dangerous Formations repeatedly Republicans are saying. Wow this is really a big issue. No relatives really aren't risk. And the real tragedy here Scott. Is that this virus again? It doesn't care. Republican Democrat infects is kills and the people that it turns to kill tend to be older and we know that the older folks in America older Americans skew heavily towards Republican. So that is the real tragedy here is that it's literally imperilling their lives if they think there's a big deal because my you know the president said it's not and again we American people. We should expect that. The leader of our country is telling us the truth especially in the face of a of a global pandemic. This is where we need. Transparency we need truthful. Realtime information being communicated to the American people and instead spend spend spend and I worry about that I mean we just had a here in Orlando. Disneyworld is closing for at least two weeks which is unprecedented right. That just doesn't happen never often and not for that period of time and you can see the pictures of the crowds people and I've been to Disneyworld where you have people strangers pressed up against you. Sweaty strangers are all crowded watching the fireworks on. I mean I'm small and five one so I don't I I avoid those crowds. 'cause I worry I'm GONNA get trusted K. But I didn't know and that's what it was last night. People from all over the world come to Disneyworld and I'm just watching this going. Oh my dau- newly installed. We need a leader because lipsticks. You gotta you gotTa distance physically. He's gotTA DO STARTING. Yes for this. We're still going to talk to each other. We got our stikes. We've got our face times. We've got our whatever you want to use. You got the phone. You've got the interwebs you know what however you want to interact but stable Hashtag. Stay home stay home. Stay home and instead we're seeing We saw those scenes with Fars right just yesterday. People partying all over the country and and and celebrate Saint Patrick's Day elbow to elbow closer. This is his his total narcissism and need to spin things to benefit himself yet again. And this is the starkest example. Scott is is literally endangering the laws. Is there anything else you wanted to mention parting with of wisdom for anybody or anything else you WANNA talk about? I just God and I I want. I want people to know that. First of all corona virus was not a death sentence Eighty plus percent of people. Have you know like a mild flu or even more mild symptoms? I think we've all had the flu and I live and it's horrible and I'm an and and makes you feel terrible but you know vast majority of people don't even have symptoms that severe so. I think that people should be vigilant. They should be planning but they should not be panicking. I mean when I see here in Central Florida. The shoulder ency we. We live in a suburban area. You know this is not you know. We may have to close down. Some restaurants and are of course are large venues like Disneyworld and other entertainment facilities. But the stores are open. They'RE GONNA resupply. You know we need to you know. People need to take a deep breath as well so I think that. Think about your neighbors if you WANNA help elderly neighbors and loved ones. Try to help them who it's dangerous for them. Perhaps to go Shopping you can go and shop for them. I think that we can all do lose a little more kindness And look with look to each other. Let's let's stay socially connected and physically and practice physical distant distancing and help each other through this because we are going to get through this country and I think it's going to be Every little bit of leadership on that little local scale is GonNa make all the difference in the world working folks. Follow you on twitter at Dr. Dena grayson. Dr Dna Grayson G. R. A. Y. S. O. N. research denigration on trio. Find me feel free to follow me. Definitely Scott to work. And he's an awesome. Follow the old team the Democratic Coalition actor Dina Grayson. Your years of hard work everything. You've done I think you as part of the resistance as part of a American that I'm proud to be friends with. I can't thank you enough. You have eased. My fears a lot today and also just talked plainly about the facts and just appreciate it so much. I appreciate you taking over half hour of your time today. I know you sh- really busy with everything But I can't thank you enough for doing this because I know there's going to be a lot of people that listen to this and they'll get the truth out and just just truly appreciate it. I really do. Thanks for having me on your podcast. I'm happy to come back and we can hold virtual hands together. We are a community and we are going to get through this. And let's help.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Listen to Dr a sin ad that Dr dena Grayson at receipt for clock on how on how important it is to understand the severity of this again it is it is something that will affect our lives for years and it will it will take on a lot of lives this code nineteen most of the people get it will have underlying conditions and be people into an advanced years but that's doesn't you know I mean again yeah I I have a friend of mine's a position he says whenever somebody dies before eighty five he gets upset he's get pissed off because they shouldn't die that young mothers do you know this and this is a great example of something like that we we need when you really need to come together as a nation and that includes our president who just and these talk show host the door just spreading misinformation I'm not here to scare anybody I'm just here to try to pass along the information and and in a way that I think is is valuable with smart people smarter male autumn most of my most people also sent us a bill Hey thanks for hanging on and appreciate that go ahead yes please in our medical workers and doctors here in the United States that they will do their best to treat all of us because you think that a citizen in the program would get the same medical treatment as they put here in the United States well keep that in mind let's go back and any pandemic without the the federal government and local and state governments helping people would die and and and you have to have you have to have the federal government and and yet you also gotta remember that much of the money they aren't being money that went into this everything.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"To review for fuse to provide or pay for services such as abortion, sterilization or should suicide. Again, assisted suicide is for people who are dying a painful, death and ask that their life. Be over people with ales. They're not going to get better. They're just going to get worse every breath causes their body and muscles to contract can be constrict and puts them in grave pain. And so, you know, anyway, conservative groups called they called a conscientious protection, look if you're conservative, and you don't like abortion. I get news for you. Right. If you have a penis, keep it in your pants, and if you don't don't have sex or shut up. It's not your call. You're not gone. You don't get to do this. In fact, if there is a God, and you claim there is a God, let him or her deal with it. Why what makes you the person to go around and tell women that you've never met, and you know, nothing about that you have control in domain over their body. What where do you get this? The same time, of course, with absolutely no worry at all about people in jail facing possible execution by the attorney general is the person for federal executions that makes that call not the president president can stop it. But it's a Torney general again, I think the last well, I know there's been federal execution. But the last one I remember was Timothy McVeigh a guy that many people had no problem at all putting the death. I don't like the death penalty at all. And of course, you know, Murray the federal building. Well, he was a white supremacist. He believed in white power. He and Nichols. And planned to do this to show the government that that young. And this is the kind of stuff you got to worry about this. These the kind of people that Timothy McVeigh's are former military those kind of they're the ones that Trump is empowering. Coming up that last caller for to an article that we've it wasn't Schumer. But we want to thank him. Anyway, the FBI CIA and other groups have gone dark in reporting to not only to the administration apparently about to the house and Senate intelligence committees. We'll tell you a little bit more about that. And still come some, you know, we're gonna talk to Dr Dena Grayson who ran for congress. Her husband was a former member congress and try to get their take off from the democratic side. You know, what are the options here when the the highest official in the land lies ten thousand times. And then the man that he hired or put in place to enforce the law lies to the other triangle of congress. What do you do what what's next for Democrats try to figure that out? That's Nikki, I'm chips schedule. Thirty on K G O. The city of San Francisco is suing the Trump administration over its regulation allowing healthcare professionals to opt out providing treatments they oppose city. Attorney Dennis Herrera argues, the department of health and human services exceeded. It's statutory authority. When it created the rule the rule would require institutions that receive money from federal programs to certify that they comply with some twenty-five federal laws protecting conscious and religious rights. Whereas San Francisco could lose nearly one billion dollars in federal funding for healthcare programs such as Medicaid and Medicare Baltimore's..

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

10:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"To two degrees appear highly unrealistic. The last hours of sunlight by Tom. This is the dumb Hartman program. Welcome back. Its anything goes Friday. But I Dr Dena Grayson is online with this. She is a physician an MD. She's a biochemist a PHD and a former democratic candidate for Florida's ninth district in the US house of representatives Dina, Grayson DNA, Grayson G, R A, Y S O N, A dot com. Wyche as an Allen is her website. And her Twitter handle is Dr Dena, Grayson DR Dina, Grayson doctor, Grayson welcome to the program. Thanks so much for having me. So I was watching TV and Alan Cohen was testifying and I'm looking over his shoulder. And I see this woman sitting in the back row. And I said to Louise she looks awful familiar is that Dana was was that you. That with me sitting right over Michael Cohen, black shoulder. Yeah. Yeah. So what what know as somebody who is not just a smart person. But also, very engaged in Democratic Party politics. What was your sense of what happened in that room that we might not have gotten from watching it on TV? What what did we miss? I think that one of the reasons I went to the here and really with two main reasons number one is just as you said, Tom, it's really different when you're in the room divide. You can actually watch the lawmakers questioning the witness as well as I actually interacted with the wick Mr. Cohen entourage, including his attorney. Yeah. But I also wanted to represent all of us in that room. I felt that it was a historic hearing. You know, I think that there were moments that were truly poignant, you know, I think that Mr. Cohen came across is extremely I think credible and sincere, and and there were parts where you know, behind him. And I could tell that he was weeping. And I could tell by the expression on the lawmakers faces that his testimony and. Intern aspects of it was moving to him and actually spoke with someone numbered after one about that. I saw that in the wrap up that was that was one it was most most clear to me that that was used sitting behind him. And you're not in your head along with them as as as he was responding in some way at a as he was making his closing statements. And then you know, when congressman Elijah Cummings was speaking it nearly brought me to tears what what were the one of the things we rarely saw where the faces of the Republicans in the room unless they happened to be on camera because they were speaking how were they dealing with this. I mean here here they were here they've got their all their tried to defend a clearly criminal president. And or a president who is engaged in criminal acts, shall we say has not yet been convicted. And and and here, we're these allegations of criminality, and really they didn't even want to go near this. How were they reacting? What were you seeing there? Well, with the exception of Justin Amash, and Justin Amash is a Republican. He's kind of known for swimming upstream. So I give them a ton of credit for that. Yeah. That one exception. You know, what was really pathetic is that we have this hearing that literally is probably the most important hearing that any of these lawmakers have ever attended or participated in in their entire careers, and the vast majority of them yielded back their time to the chair. Meaning they just didn't even want to ask questions. I mean, that's just pathetic. And ridiculous. So really what we saw was complicit Republican party, delay obligation distraction deflection. I mean, one guy talking about MS thirteen infrastructure. Nothing to do with Michael Cohen. I I, you know, I couldn't help it. Roll my eyes. I swear I thought they were going to walk out of my head. So that was a typical Republican party. But I think that speaks volumes Tom because Bank got nothing. I mean, really I mean, if they if they what would they sh- what they should have done with tried to discredit him. But they really struggle because guess what Cohen brought receipts he had receipts, and because of his demeanor of being he really was and you know, a lot of criminal. Prosecutors have disgusted. He, you know, he showed remorse he accepted the responsibility for his crime. I mean, he was he was part of the Trump crime family for a very long time. So he, you know, he's committed. He's a felon. And he readily readily admitted it, and he expressed regret and remorse and Shane, and you know, I spoke. Mr. coming chairman coming after the hearing for quite a while. And you know, the word that we both said was redemption. And I think that that was really what Mr. Colin was going for. And I think he got it. And and I think that the Republicans saw that I think, you know, they they really they did they they did a very poor job. But then again there is no defense for Donald Trump. Yeah. No, I get that. And I think everybody watching TV got that. And that's why I was curious to ask you, what were the things that we missed and and and so my my my my last question has to do with Matt gaetz or gets GATT this guy who tweeted Republican congressman. I is he for Florida, am I. Yes, he is. Yeah. Okay. That's that was my on our state. Yeah. And and you know, he tweeted a the day before the testimony or two days before the testimony to Michael Collins saying that his wife wouldn't be faithful to him while he's in prison and basically threatening him. He had to walk that back because Nancy Pelosi. I think threatened them with a with a an ethics inquiry, which apparently is happening. Anyway, the Florida bar is now looking into whether this should even pull his law license, but this guy is like I mean that that was like the kind of thing that you would expect out of the Genovese crime family. The, you know, the the the remaining patriarch of which by the way. Day before yesterday or yesterday made a comment to a reporter that he thinks that Cohen will not survive going to prison because he said, the people in prison love Trump, and they're, you know, the white supremacists in prison one of the major, you know, the the the major gang among white people in prisoners are the various white supremacist groups, and they will take him down, which is a chilling thought. But I understand that Mr. gates congressman gates was in the room and was positioning himself. So that Michael Cohen could see him. So that he could basically, you know, stare at Cohen and threatened him. That's what I read. But I wasn't in the room. You were is that what happened? Tom that is a thousand percent what happened. And in fact, I took I you know, I could take a picture of him. You're not really kinda supposed to but I couldn't help it. I wish gun he, you know, first of all this guy, Matt gaetz. He's not even on the committee, and he shows up. I mean like should he be doing his job? So he showed up to this committee hearing the day after this threatening tweet, which frankly was witness intimidation witness tampering, which is a felony and congresswoman Plaskitt actually recommended that he be investigated, criminally, and I fully agree with that. And he was staring down, Colin. I have a picture of it. I just couldn't believe it literally staring him down with his arms crossed. And in particular. It was during the time that Michael Cohen was testifying about the bombshell phone call between Roger stone and Donald Trump will water stone was telling Roger I was telling Mr. Trump about his. This phone call which I thought and that WikiLeaks was going to dump the emails that had been stolen by Russia. I mean, total collusion here. And he was buried down Cohen. I it's just unbelievable. Godfather. And apparently, well, well Trump was flying back from North Korea or sometime around there. Trump used the the equipment of all that super high tech stuff on Air Force One to be able to call anybody anywhere. And according to several people who overheard the conversation he called congressman gates and thanked him for going after Cohen like that. Well, you know, Trump did Trump family their business model has been to launder money for the mob for decades. Trump's father wandered launder money for the Italian mob and dot his son Donald has been laundering money for the Russian mob for very long time as the American public is going to hear when Felix Seder who is a convicted Russian Bob bobsledder and has been an FBI informant. For decades, he's going to testify openly in front of the house intelligence committee on March fourteenth. And look he had not only did he have an office in Trump Tower. This lobster Felix Seder his office was on the same floor as Trump and became Michael Cohen office. I mean, I I did not know that I learned out from Mr. Cohen during the hearing which was just stunning. And you know, look, I feel.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:51 min | 3 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Zero eight one zero we are in day twenty four the Trump shutdown and before anybody calls and says, the democrat meet I play the sound bite for you. Again on who owns this shutdown. Do we do we have to play that again when the president a month ago in the White House invited then minority leader Pelosi and minority leader Schumer to the White House? He invited cameras in and then said, that's I will own this shutdown. I will be the one to shut it. I'm not gonna blame you for the last time you shut it down. It didn't work. I will take the mantle of shutting down. Okay. So just I just want to kind of cut that off in the past. So we all know who's clear, we're we're clear here who owns it. So the Trump shutdown. That's the hashtag day. Twenty four people are going without paychecks. We've opened up now food banks have had to expand to include federal workers. Federal workers are having to go to food banks to get their food. That's why even Lindsey Graham has said, President Trump open reopen the government. So we can finish negotiating this without putting everybody, you know, hundreds of thousands of millions of people in the lurch because you decided to shut down the government and the president said, no. So joining me on the phone right now political analysts former democratic candidate for congressman Florida, Dr Dena Grayson to comment on this Dr Dina, thanks for coming on today. Good to talk to you again. Ethan. Thanks for having me on. So, you know, it's interesting polls came out over the weekend. Washington Post did a poll that shows that the majority of Americans say this is actually on the present fifty three percent of Americans said, they blamed Trump and congressional Republicans twenty nine percent blamed Democrats in an additional thirteen percent say, hey, both sides are to blame. What what do you think of this of the majority of Americans blaming Trump in the congressional Republicans? Well, healthy did the majority of Americans aren't stupid. They heard Trump himself. Brag that he would be proud to shut down the government. So he owns this dot is why it's called the Trump shutdown. In addition, the Senate Republicans Mitch McConnell in particular cut a deal with the Trump White House late last year to give him one point three billion dollars for his wall. And the Senate passed unanimously a Bill to keep the government open. I mean, you cannot pass a Bill unanimously to rename a post office, but they cut this deal. And then Trump reneged on the deal. So he owns this shutdown a hundred percent, well, how do you respond to? So I get a large number of, callers, and emails and Facebook, comments, etc. That say you, but if the Democrats would just give them the five point seven billion the federal workers can go back to work. Why isn't this on the back of the Democrats? Dr dena. Because number one this wall is stupid, white work. Okay. It won't we already have tunnels underneath existing walls, people climb over the wall. They go through the walls, so Democrats want border security, but they want it in a way that's an intelligent efficient way of using our tax payer dollars. And what they don't want is Trump's monument to racism and white nationalism, which is his stupid wall. One of the things I want to add to is. There's been the argument Dr denegrate since joining me on the phone right now, we're talking about the the Trump shut down a lot of arguments have been made Dr Dena that this will stop the cartels bringing drugs in yet at the El Chapo trial last week in New York. The one of the traffickers one of the key traffickers testifying in the trial said that they don't bring drugs across unsecured areas of the border. They actually just come through normal ports of entry. So what do you think of this idea of of the cartels in light of that? That's exactly right. I mean, it was just massive that no bust in Philadelphia at a port of entry the majority of the illegal trafficking of drugs. The vast vast majority comes through ports of entry because they're bringing large quantities. Which means they need these drug cartels, meet infrastructure, like roads, or or boats and porch and places to. Actually, unload and transport these large quantity of drugs. So I mean, again this wall is this. This wall is a symbol to an a dog whistle to Donald Trump's a far right base. And that's all he has left. And he promised his base his bassist of base that he would build his wall. But he also promise that Mexico would pay for it. So why is he shutting down our government over something that he promised Mexico would pay for? Oh, and now, of course, Dr Dena that has evolved into, but I never said they would write me a check. They would indirectly pay for it, Dr Dena. So really, you know, this US MCA NAFTA replacement deal, which of course, has not been ratified by congress yet. That's already paying for the wall. Dr Dena come on get on board with the president on this. If the Democrats were just get on board. Everything would be fine. Well, again, once again, Trump is I mean, he's lying. Forget the misspoke mistress dotted a flat out lie as you just study congress housing approved NAFTA two point. Oh, and it's not even clear that they will. But even if they do those those that money is tax dollars that then the United States uses to pay for the wall. Mexico is not paying for the wall. They never were going to pay for the wall ever anybody with a brain knew that. Yeah. That is actually true. Dr denegrate is joining me on the phone. We're talking about the Trump shut down. Now. I have a theory. Dr dean, I wanna I wanna hear your your take on this President Trump. You know, regardless of what we think of him, politically, or as a person or anything doesn't matter. What you think of him? He is very good at manipulating the media cycle. He is very good at that. But just the fact he does he controls? I keep I keep going back to this idea. He's gonna drag on this shutdown is long as new revelations keep coming out about his Russia connections. What do you think of that? Even you totally nailed it. This is the classic deflection. That Trump is very good at doing. And unfortunately, the media and everyone else takes the bait now in the case of a government shutdown. How can you not take this bait when eight hundred thousand federal employees are going without a paycheck and our national security as that. Risk. This is one thousand per cent a distraction. I mean, Trump knows that. Now, the Democrats have the power of the subpoena. And we're seeing now reports that Trump, of course, I mean, the biggest non shocker that's far two thousand nineteen that Trump is the target of a counter intelligence investigation. Now, the purpose of a counterintelligence investigation is to find traders better committing espionage. That's it. That is what a counterintelligence investigation does. And it is a fact that Trump is a target of a counterintelligence investigation. So sure if I'm Trump I want to distract from that. Because I mean beater capital offenses. I want to keep going on this. Because it's it's fascinating to understand how that redirection happens in light of this ongoing Russia investigation everything else. But what I have time for one last quick question for you, Dr DNA, if if you were in congress like I heard from one of our bay area congress people last week, and she suggested be willing to trade. Let's solve the DACA dreamer problem and give them some more money for modern ideas around a wall. But we're not even hearing that from the leadership in Washington right now. What would you see as a solution right now to the Trump shut down? Trump shutdown is an issue between Donald Trump and Senate Republicans bottom line, they had a deal Trump renege so Mitch McConnell who by the way is missing in action. He needs to get over to the White House and shit that with Trump and figure out how they're going to reopen the government period. This is not an issue with the Democrats. This is an issue within the Republican party. So they need to get to work instead of you know, shutting down for the weekend and going home. That's the end of the day, and whatever they can come up with that Mitch McConnell thinks can pass the Senate. I have a feeling that speaker Pelosi will get on board. Yeah. I agree with you. I. Honestly, it's I try not to think about it. Too much. I get very upset. I think about the families of these people who are furloughed who are collecting their paychecks who are working without pay. It's just deeply disturbing to think that they have hundreds of thousands millions of people become pawns in this political game by the president and the Senate Republicans in it's it's just it's so upsetting Dr Dena, Grayson. It is always great to have you on. Thank you so much for your time today. Appreciate it. Awesome. Thank you. Absolutely. And I want to take your calls as well. What do you think of the shutdown at this point day? Twenty four Senator Lindsey Graham came out, you know, he's he was one of President Trump's great arch nemesis nemeses and the Republican side. And now he suddenly is one of his great sport. Is he came out and said, Mr President get get a continuing resolution place to fund the government get these people back to work, so we can finish negotiation. President Trump said no, what do you think he should be doing four one five eight hundred eighty.

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"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:54 min | 3 years ago

"dr dena grayson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eighty eighty eight ten four one five eight zero eight zero eight one zero we are in day twenty four the Trump shutdown and before anybody calls and says the democrat. Need? I play the sound bite for you. Again on who owns this shutdown. Do we do we have to play that again when the president a month ago in the White House invited then minority leader Pelosi and minority leader Schumer to the White House? He invited cameras in and then said, that's I will own this shutdown. I will be the one to shut it down. I'm not gonna blame you for the last time you shut it down. It didn't work. I will take the mantle of shutting down. Okay. So I just want to kind of cut that off at the pass. So we all know who's clear we're clear here who owns it. So it's the Trump shutdown. That's the hashtag day. Twenty four people are going without paychecks. We've opened up now food banks have had to expand to include federal workers federal workers are having to go to food banks to get their food K. That's even Lindsey Graham has said, President Trump open reopen the government. So we can finish negotiating this without putting everybody, you know, hundreds of thousands if not millions of people in the lurch because you decided to shut down the government and the president said now joining me on the phone right now political analysts former democratic candidate for congressman Florida, Dr Dena Grayson to comment on this. Dr Dina thanks for coming on today to talk to you again. Ethan. Thanks for having me on. So, you know, it's interesting polls came out over the weekend. Washington Post's did a poll that shows that the majority of Americans say this is actually on the present fifty three percent of Americans said, they blamed Trump and congressional Republicans twenty nine percent blame Democrats in an additional thirteen percent say, hey, both sides are to blame. What what do you think of this of the majority of Americans blaming Trump in the congressional Republicans? The majority of Americans aren't stupid, they heard Trump himself. Brag that he would be proud to shut down the government. So he owns this is why it's called the Trump shutdown. In addition, the Senate Republicans Mitch McConnell in particular cut a deal with the Trump White House late last year to give him one point three billion dollars for his wall. And the Senate passed unanimously a Bill to keep the government open. I mean, you cannot Chasa Bill unanimously to rename a post office, but they cut this deal. And then Trump reneged on the deal. So he owns this shutdown a hundred percent, the well, how do you respond to? So I get a large number of, callers, and emails and Facebook, comments, etc. That say been if the Democrats would just give them the five point seven billion. The federal workers can go back to work. Why isn't this on the back of the Democrats dot? Dr dena. Because number one this wall is stupid, white work. Okay. It won't we already have tunnels underneath existing walls, people climb over the wall. They go through the walls. So the Democrats want border security, but they want it in a way, that's an intelligent. Way of using our hard-earned tax payer dollars. And what they don't want is Trump's monument to racism and white nationalism, which is his stupid wall. One of the things I want to add to is. There's been the argument Dr denegrate since joining me on the phone right now, we're talking about the the Trump shut down a lot of arguments have been made Dr Dena that this will stop the cartels from bringing drugs in yet at the El Chapo trial last week in New York. The one of the traffickers one of the key traffickers testifying in the trial said that they don't bring drugs across unsecured areas of the border. They actually just come through normal ports of entry. So what do you think of this idea of of the cartels in light of that? That's exactly right. I mean, it was just this massive start no bust in Philadelphia. At a port of entry majority of the illegal trafficking of drugs. The vast vast majority comes through ports of entry because they're bringing large quantities. Which means they need these drug cartels, meet infrastructure, like roads, or or boats and porch and places to actually unload and transport these large quantity of drugs. So I mean, again this wall is this wall is a symbol to and a dog whistle to Donald Trump's far right base. And that's all he has left, and he promised his base his bassist of base that he would build his wall. But he also promise that Mexico would pay for it. So why is he shutting down our government over something that he promised Mexico would pay for? Yeah. Oh, and now, of course, Dr Dena that has evolved into, but I never said they would write me a check. They would indirectly pay for it, Dr Dena. So really, you know, this US MCA NAFTA replacement deal, which of course, has not been ratified by congress yet. That's already paying for the wall. Dr Tina come on get on board with the president on this. If the Democrats get onboard, everything would be fine. Well, again, once again, Trump is I mean, he's lying. Forget the misspoke mistress. That is a flat out lie as you just said, even congress housing approved NAFTA two point. Oh, and it's not even clear that they will. But even if they do those those that money is tax dollars. Then the United States uses to pay for the wall. Mexico is not paying for the wall. They never were gonna pay for the wall ever anybody with a brain knew that. Yeah. That is actually true. Dr denegrate is joining me on the phone. We're talking about the Trump shut down. Now. I have a theory. Doctor dean, I wanna I wanna hear your your take on this President Trump. You know, regardless of what we think of politically or as a person or anything doesn't matter. What you think of him? He is very good at manipulating the media cycle. He is very good at that. But just that's a fact he does he controls? I keep take I keep going back. This idea he's gonna drag on this shutdown as long as new revelations keep coming out about his Russia connections. What do you think of that? Even you totally nailed it. This is the classic deflections that Trump is very good at doing. And unfortunately, the media and everyone else takes the bait now in the case of a government shutdown. How can you not take this bait when eight hundred thousand federal employees are going without a paycheck and our national security as that. Risk. This is one thousand percent a distraction. I mean, Trump knows that. Now, the Democrats have the power of the subpoena. And we're seeing now reports that Trump, of course, I mean in the biggest non shocker that's far two thousand nineteen that Trump is the target of a counter intelligence investigation. Now, the purpose of a counterintelligence investigation is to find traders better committing espionage. That's it. That is what a counterintelligence investigation does. And it is a fact that Trump is a target of a counterintelligence investigation. So sure if I'm Trump I wanted to stress in that because I mean, beater capital offenses. I want to keep going on this. Because it's it's fascinating to understand how that redirection happens in light of this ongoing Russia investigation everything else. But what I have time for one last quick question for you, Dr DNA if you were in congress like I heard from one of our bay area congress people last week, and she suggested it'd be willing to trade. Let's solve the DACA dreamer problem and give them some more money for modern ideas around a wall. But we're not even hearing that from the leadership in Washington right now. What would you see as a solution right now to the Trump down? Detroit shutdown is an issue between Donald Trump and Senate Republicans bottom line, they had a deal Trumper next. So Mitch McConnell who by the way is missing in action. He needs to get over to the White House and sit down with Trump and figure out how they're going to reopen the government period. This is not an issue with the Democrats. This is an issue within the Republican party. So they need to get to work instead of you know, shutting down for the weekend and going home. That's the end of the day, whatever they can come up with that Mitch McConnell thinks can pass the Senate. I have a feeling that speaker Pelosi will get on board. Yeah. I I agree with you. I honestly, it's I try not to think about it. Too much. I get very upset. I think about the families of these people who are furloughed who are collecting their paychecks who are working without pay. It's just deeply disturbing to think that they have hundreds of thousands millions of people become pawns in this political game by the president and the Senate Republicans in it's it's just it's so upsetting Dr Gina Grayson. It is always great to have you on. Thank you so much for your time today. Appreciate it. Awesome. Thank you. Absolutely. And I want to take your calls as well. What do you think of the shutdown at this point day twenty four the Senator Lindsey Graham came out, you know, he's he was one of President Trump's great arch nemesis nemeses and the Republican side. And now he suddenly is one of his great sport. Is he came out and said, Mr President get get a continuing resolution place to fund the government get these people back to work. So we can finish the President Trump said, no, what do you think he should be doing four one five eight hundred eighty eight.

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"Bring it into the security towards southern border while members of congress, some members of congress went on vacation. Problem. You have demonstrated your dedication to delivering on this critical issue for our country for the American people, but congress has to act they have to fund the wall. It is undeniable that a border wall improves the security of our southern border wall would reduce the flow of drugs gangs, like the violent MS thirteen and criminals across our border. Like you highlighted the brave officer who was a legal immigrant who was murdered by an illegal immigrant in California. By the way, just for the record MS thirteen started in the United States. They they we we we jailed these kids they started MS thirteen in prisons here. And then we sent him back to El Salvador. So the idea they're not coming across the border. You more on that is the attorney general why he's talking about that. He's not head of homeland security does nothing to do with ice. He actually can't even prosecute those cases. But again, let's go back to the original question what would happen? And so so mother can come back, and he can make a recommendation. Well, I know the truth is he the he could come back with a nightmare sealed indictment against the president of the United States. He has a grand jury, and he makes presentations to the grand jury, and it can ask before I vote in the grand jury as to whether or not they will move forward with an indictment. That would be amazing mean. So there's a few things that can happen. And I really don't know the law on this. And I the lawyers I spoke to as well weren't sure. So if Whitaker or Bauer who would be the next attorney general if confirmed, and they're still question that might not happen. I mean, what it could end up in jail in a in a year and a half from now because of his dealings in this Florida company anyway, so. In normal situation. Like this like NICKY did one of the things she does all the time to get arrested. What would happen as you? They put you in handcuffs. They take you down and you go in front of her majesty, or it was a crime that there was a little more complicated than you. Do. They can put it in front of a grand jury in a grand jury, then would decide whether or not to issue an indictment against you. And then the indictment would come. And then you'd be formerly charged with the sitting president who commits a crime. I don't think anybody in our country thinks that you go unpunished, but the question is. Did the founding fathers put an impeachment specifically because they didn't want a renegade Justice department. But here's the deal as Trump shown fires everybody. He doesn't like right. So that's kind of answering. The question would somebody actually stand up to him? Doubtful. But it would be it would create the kind of constitutional quote unquote crisis that everybody talks about God. It would be fun though. I don't know. I just I mean, this whole constitutional crisis. It's because we've never experienced anything like this. And some people are like, well, what's the big deal about x y and z would start it all the way back with the tax. What's the big deal that he doesn't want to release his tax returns? Now, we see what the problem is because they ate continually asks these questions about who he's in the office for himself. Russia the American people. That's why we liked the transparency, but you know, normally in the past people would just be transparent as much as they made them be and Trump just goes against that and into our own detriment in the weird part is it's like, you know, you have the you have these three separate branches. And the judiciary was created specifically as like the the tool to separate the other two. It's like the judge it literally our judges, right? You know in a boxing match, you got two boxers legislative and. Executive in this case. And then you have the supreme court. It wasn't reading Marbury versus Madison was the first case where they really stood up and showed their legs and ever since. Then it's been an interesting thing. And now, of course, this president believes that he can control it by putting members on the supreme court, and we're already beginning to see now with that first case with Planned Parenthood, the Kavanagh's not going to be a rubber stamp, right? At least initially for this administration. I think most these guys he shouldn't be no, I know. And I, and I think that with the possible exception of Clarence Thomas all these guys including Scalia have shown, you know, even though I may disagree with them on so many things me Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. We're good friends. Very follow me on Twitter, by the way. I got a new video out again. I can't play it on the air. But it's my my love letter to Ruth bitter Kuenssberg. Well, yeah. Okay. Good. All right. Coming up next. Dr Dena Grayson is going to join us. We'll talk a little bit about this. She knows Nancy Pelosi talk a little bit about what it's what it's like for her to be back there. Now, don't you feel though it's better that she won the speakership than somebody. We don't know. I mean overall, I think she brings a sense of calm to it. Although, you know, when she stood up to to Trump in that that over the west wing parents with Schumer remember Schumer was talking whole time. She was who gangsta anyway. Anybody's Dr Dini Grayson will join us next, and as well as you, and you have a question or a comment gives us, call eight hundred eighty eight ten eighty eight ten that's Nikki, I'm chip Franklin caged. It is thirteen and we need to take a look at the roads with other. From the Chilton auto body traffic.

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