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"drum corps" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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Fresh update on "drum corps" discussed on MSU Basetball at Wisconsin
"Drum corps in the background. Or at least the Fife. I am coming to you from Mackinac Island for this very special show. It's the Mackinac Island Program on Travel Michigan. You know, we've now been able to get out there to finally travel the state. We've been looking forward to this for a very long time and Important that we do the right thing as we travel around the entire state, And that means you know where face mask and do social distancing and, you know, make sure we're washing her hands. Simple things like this. And the folks on Mackinac Island have really done a great job to prepare the island for your Visit. Let's hope you can make it pretty soon we get to meet with an old friend of mine, Tim. Hi. He is the executive director of the Mackinac Island Convention Visitors Bureau. And Tim, I tell you, I'm just so impressed What I've seen so far. You guys really went all out to be prepared for people this year. Thanks, David. Welcome back to the island. And I'm so glad that you're here is weird. Kicking things off for this year. I.
"drum corps" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"A surprise to Roger stone himself. So that CNN was there have you spent much time looking at the indictment yet. Not the whole indictment, but some of it and as much as I think, the Miller pro has been discredited out of all the people who would have gotten caught up in this. I am not surprised at Roger stone is one of them. Yeah. Based off of what I've read. I mean, what it looks like is, you know, he he he talked in public about how he had a connection with with the WikiLeaks dump. He's been very public about that. We know that obviously wants that information was revealed from the hat DNC that he not a huge surprise at being a Trump advisor they will be having a conversation about what was leaked out to everybody. And that the indictment basically just lays out that his testimony contradicts with a number of other individuals, including a radio show host and Jerome Corsi. And he tried to hide information and Etta potentially. He tried to get people to change what it was they were they were testifying on witness tampering. I'm not seeing anything pointing to collusion at this point in time. Yeah. I mean what I've seen the indictment. The first couple of pages stars nothing about the Trump campaign. Her say, it's about Roger stone's. He also. What this entire thing has been about. It's been about how people and witnesses have interacted with special counsel in the kinds of questions that they've been asked and answered now when you're taking the word Coursey over. Drum corps. You know, not sure who you're supposed to really believe here. But again, they'll use this as an example of someone who is the Trump campaign an indicted, regardless of whether there was collusion or not. But it does kind of still over the situation. That's not create. Yeah. And again, this is, you know, the the another one that's really just about the only crimes that have been uncovered are crimes that were committed after the investigation began, right, right? Yeah. I it's it's lying to line. The investigators lying to you know, in testimony when the investigation began at least as of now, no crimes had been committed. Register.
"drum corps" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"You know, it's easy to talk tough in in the public and in the press, but when you receive a grand jury subpoena and the consequences of failing to comply with that subpoena are sitting. In jail, then sometimes the path that you want to follow becomes very clear, I think with Jerome Corsino he is the one who disclosed that he had received a plea offer from Robert Muller deplete guilty to false statements relating to his conversations with Roger stone regarding WikiLeaks. Robert Muller would not have made that plea offer unless he was prepared to back it up with criminal charges. And so I think that when he refused that they told them all the next step, then we'll be indictment unless you want to change your mind, and it appears now maybe he has done so changes mind and agreed to cooperate knowing that criminal charges may be the consequence of fails to do. So curious your view of that. We're very careful about ever discussing anyone as a potential target of a probe. But we have the written documentation that Barbara mentioned that Bob Muller told drum corps. So you're a target. This is literally what your indictment will look like written out your analysis of where that heads been what the purpose of that is at this stage in the prob-. Yeah. I actually don't think that's so uncut. Common. I think prosecutors will often have a conversation with somebody that they're trying to potentially sign up as a cooperating witness where they will lay out all the charges and say, this is exactly what you're facing. And they don't do it as a threat. They don't do it as a scare tactic. It's really so somebody has all of the information. So that they can actually make an informed decision and your experience. How often does that result? An indictment of the people who will play ball almost always. I it's very unlikely that a prosecutor would go through the trouble of drafting up a draft indictment or information, whatever the paper, actually is that they were giving him discuss the potential charges have that cooperation conversation, and then just let it go. That's not really how prosecutors at least that work at this level operate Miller in closing. I wonder as we always try to assess what we've learned to what we could do better with the smoke cleared a little bit from all of the Friday BuzzFeed excitement. What do you think is the most important thing for people who want to do this responsibly in the press or? Or the citizenry? I'm plenty of of members of congress. We're tweeting, you know, big if true, what's what's to you the big takeaway there? Well, a few things first of all if you wanna really rely on something look for what's filed in court when people file documents and coordin- Maryland, do you if it's the government willing to put the facts behind him willing to put their reputations behind him? And then when it comes to reporting Mike clue for reporting is look the best stories will will not remain what we'd like to call permanent exclusives. If you see a news outlet. Most of your saying is worn inside a story. That's not matched by any other outlets. When you see a major story move, wait to see someone else confirmed. And if you don't that's when you might have questions about it, and we've had some other big permanent exclusives in this investigation. That to this day haven't been confirmed that Miller Barbara mcquade bear burger, thanks to all of you. I appreciate it. Coming up. My exclusive interview with the former Trump casino. Exact speaking out about the cost of business with Trump, and what it says about the shutdown and what Trump's prep for two different state of the union speeches may reveal about negoti. Nations. Also, I'm going to go one on one with a top democratic Senator on Trump, the Kremlin and these Russia's sanctions as we get new clues tonight from the supreme court about the mystery grand jury case that could be linked to Bob Muller. I'm already nobody. Watching the be on MSNBC..
"drum corps" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Did connect the dots of figured it out. But the special prosecutor ridicules being my faith over less. About Jimmy really says you're saying that this airplane flight is a fight for your wedding anniversary. It's two thousand sixty Gardiner be miracle. Your whole you Assange Email, that's three hours. I don't appreciate your way to God. You're figures out myself. The answer's yes, I did have contact. I just that's what I do. You know, what's amazing to me, Dr drum corps. See if people like general Flynn who one of the reasons he finally pled guilty as he couldn't take it anymore. He couldn't take all the sessions that was almost like brainwashing. By the special counsel. There was reporting that they were going to indict his wife and his son, then we're gonna make their lives miserable. That general Flynn and spent a million dollars. You know, most retired military officers have an income, but they don't have wealth. And I assume you're not wealthy, but you have money, but nonetheless, the federal government knows they can bleed you dry and threaten life imprisonment and a million dollars two million dollars five million dollars in legal fees. And suddenly, you're destroyed one way or another and all you gotta do Jerome Corsi is say what they want to say. Just mouthed the words they wanna hear and it all goes away. Was that the message you kinda got? Yeah. I think I mean, you know, we're waiting alone. If it does break you and they want to be basically the law give them what they wanted. And they told me what they wanted. They wanted to by contact was with Assange told you ever strong faith. I don't kill here. Purpose. I'm going to be judged. Totally do not allow announcing alive. Stay on. Doc in a lighthouse special prosecutor what they wanna hear. Jelly crime. I committed. And now the Kenyan. Yup. Some. My wife of saying that really do. Try to use my stuff how to testify against me. Wife saying, you know, trying to put be torn between most that's not allowed. My husband by law. We've been married twenty eight years. Yeah. Ridiculous bell that you know. Not they could..
"drum corps" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The Assad possesses emails I said walk misery. I don't know. I don't appreciate your ready to God. That is you're asking price figures out by self the answer's yes, I did have contact. I just that's what I do. You know, what's amazing to me, Dr drum corps, see people like general Flynn who one of the reasons he finally pled guilty as he couldn't take it anymore. He couldn't take all the sessions that was almost like brainwashing. By the special counsel. There was reporting that they were going to indict his wife and his son, then we're gonna make their lives miserable. That general Flynn had spent a million dollars, and, you know, most retired military officers have an income, but they don't have wealth. And I assume you're not wealthy, but you have money, but nonetheless, the federal government knows they can bleed you dry and threaten life imprisonment and a million dollars two million dollars five million dollars in legal fees. And suddenly, you're destroyed one way or another and all you gotta do Jerome Corsi is say what they wanna say. Just mouthed the words they want to hear and at all. Goes away. Was that the message you kinda got? Exactly. And I mean, you know, we're leaning on. It does break you, and they me basically allied give them what they wanted. They told me what they wanted. They wanted to contact was with Assam. Does I told you strong faith? I. Here. Purpose. Just totally do. I'm not alone. I'm not gonna lie. Stay out of prison. Doc in a lighthouse special prosecutor what they want us here. Plead.
"drum corps" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Turned out to be true. The FBI song. Have a lead contact with Assad, and they were determined to find it. They search all of my contacts they interviewed everybody I've ever built in two thousand sixteen. Believe. Because I didn't have. I did connect the dots of figuring it out. But the special prosecutor ridicules being my faith. Bell genie. Reading says you're saying. Airplane flight is a fight. Your wedding anniversary try to thousand sixty Gardiner be miracle. Your got hold you. Assad is Email three hour. I don't appreciate you. God. Figures out myself. The answer's yes, I did have contact with the that's what I do. You know, what's amazing to me, Dr drum corps. See if people like general Flynn who one of the reasons he finally pled guilty as he couldn't take it anymore. He couldn't take all the sessions that was almost like brainwashing. By the special counsel there. There was reporting that they were going to indict his wife and his son, then we're gonna make their lives miserable. That general Flynn had spent a million dollars. You know, most retired military officers have an income, but they don't have wealth. And I assume you're not wealthy, but you have money, but nonetheless, the federal government knows they can bleed you dry and threaten life imprisonment and a million dollars two million dollars five million dollars in legal fees. And suddenly, you're destroyed one way or another and all you gotta do Jerome Corsi is say what they want to say. Just mouthed the words they wanna hear and it all goes away. Was that the message you kinda got? Yeah. I think I mean, we're winning alone. If it does break you and they to be basically the law to give them what they wanted. They told me what they wanted. They wanted to contact was with Assam told you I've ever strong faith. I don't kill here. Purpose. I'm going to be John totally do not getting along. I'm not gonna lie. They stay on knocking alive..
"drum corps" Discussed on KTOK
"Not us. One thousand Dr drum corps, see who's under a vicious attack from special prosecutor, Robert Muller who did something very well a few days ago, which is defend the president. Because of the lies told about the mainstream media against the president and Michael Cohen strange. Strange. It is when so many lives are being told that rubber Muller said enough is enough. It's unbelievable. Continue with your calls. We have thousands on hold millions and millions are listening. Let's go to Mitchell in Washington where the apples are Mitchell in Washington. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show Mitchell. How are you? Doing fairly. Well, thank you for taking my call Bill. I wanted to call about the harvest in Oregon's comment that the guy made. But after that, if you'd let me I'd like to make another comment, please. Combs, damn Chuck. So I should say I'm not a fan of communism. Harvest organs of the Falun Gong because they're so healthy. They eat, right. And they do exercise. They harvest the organs. Felon gong on the way to the airport in mobile execution vans. And you can look that up on the internet and find it. Well, Mitchell, I am certain. There's hundreds of thousands of Muslims viciously incarcerated as I speak by the Tchaikovsky. I am certain with prisoners and others, they harvest their organs. It is one of the most repressive regimes on earth that the mainstream media is completely fixated with Russia. Everything is rushing, you know, the Russians are coming. And it's like one thousand nine hundred fifty scare with McCarthy that the media wants to create the idea that we should be at war with Russia for someone to benefit, but the truly great adversary. We have calms they're the ones that supposedly in ten years will surpass our economic force. They're the ones building islands in the South China Sea, but the mainstream media in this country wants to go to war with with Russia, but the cops and the real problem. Absolutely. I completely agree. These people are the worst of the worst. I I have a brother lives in Korea and has been working with the South Koreans for you know, he's a contractor now. Used to be the army special forces actually, technically bring actually. But. Me and him are in complete agreement are the worst threat. The worst of the worst. And they are I mean, harvesting organs they like forced abortions on women they like drown babies and buckets, this is like these people. I mean, there's bad as the North Koreans Mitchell. Why is our media fixated on Russia? Russia Russia who wants who wants to go to war with Russia. The mainstream media now is playing the part of McCarthy for the nineteen fifties every stories about Russia about Russia. The one hundred thousand dollars in Facebook ads they ran and a four billion dollar election was supposedly the biggest thing in the world to make de legitimate the presidency of forty five I don't get it. When we got major problems in this country, the mainstream media will not touch because they want. I mean, unless you're hold NBC ABC CBS CNN MSNBC wants to go to war with Russia. They want us to fight Russia and the president is kept from having a normal relationship with Russia because of the mainstream media. I can answer that question perfectly. Why? Leave media has been infiltrated since the forties in before. Uh-huh. By the communist international. Actually, there's an interesting a guy that used to. He was born in eighteen eighty seven his name was Myron Fagan, and he gave a couple talks back in the nineteen sixty seven when he was eight years old, and he was a cantakerous cantankerous old cuss like myself. Although I'm not quite that old. But he told about he was a he was in show business any talked about how becoming a sub infiltrated Hollywood. There's a talk. He gave it's called red stars over Hollywood. And you should listen to if you haven't got a minute remaining. But can you imagine they so-called African-American Israelites yelling at these boys who are black? We will harvest your organs, and the one that was in charge said I have no idea what they were saying it was insulting. But I didn't know what it meant. Well, that's what it means that they these people are communist, let's face it. I mean, we just have to call communist the media objectively cover the news. Why can't we get object? The media or the communists. That's the problem is they they've infiltrated. Whether they're communist Chinese communist infiltrated or not. They are ideologically communists, and they are they are they are working against America have been for a long time. And they are they're bad people. They're.
"drum corps" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"I'm not suggesting we know what the facts are. But there's no question that there's any range of activity that happened with Roger stone with drum corps, see drone Corsi. Now starting to say Roger stone wanted to cover story that tells us that Roger stone is feeling the heat in the theory of the case as we say, why would you room coarsely want to set up Roberston because Jerome Corsi wants to protect Jerome Corsi? I mean, what you really may have here. And we again, we don't know is drum Corsi trying to carve out his own story of I'm not in. Gauged in a conspiracy. I was just someone having some conversations with some old friends. They started asking me for things. I didn't do anything wrong. But they tried to get me to do something where the old the old defense. Maybe he tells racist lies, but not criminalise, and they are different types of lies in the eyes of the law, depending I guess what? I wonder though, is is it enough? Is it enough? If what Bob Muller ends up with on. The stone front is a debate about falsehoods between two individuals who don't seem that credible. Or do you think he really needs more than false statements on stone? I it depends on what he's going to charge. Right. First of all like, if he's going for perjury charge. And he's got emails that demonstrate that the facts were different from what they have stated, then he's got enough for perjury. I think the the question is whether there are other additional charges that might become his way. But I think what we know is that that perjury looks pretty likely. Right. And I've said in fairness to Roger stone that he's exaggerated all sorts of things. So getting him only on that. He may he may have a case for jury. But hey, this is what I do. Then mean to break your law. I didn't have criminal intent and all that we'll be watching my widely. Thank you for joining us on your special day. Up ahead. Nancy Pelosi will be getting the gavel back. Again. We have some special footage to show you when we come right back. It's now my privilege to present the gavel of the United States house of representatives to the first woman speaker in our history, the general lady from California Nancy Pelosi. Then speaker Pelosi getting the gavel in two thousand and seventy first and only woman to hold that title. We'll tomato she gets it right back. The Democrats do take the house and with it the power to issue subpoenas and a whole lot more. I could tell you. We'll have special coverage up and down MSNBC and on the beat the one and only Lawrence O'Donnell will be part of that coverage. You can send us any questions..
"drum corps" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"And you're just like trying to fuck with the investigation. They they seem to have crossed a line where they're openly. Like fuck you we made it. So you can't find out the thing. We didn't do. I mean, that's really the only hands. They have left to play are just like these weird like sort of hail Marys. Yeah. In like, intellectually Bank morally bankrupt ideas about like how this investigation is working. And where the power is residing at the moment. I have no clue but in that article there was some line about like Giuliani speaking about it like, yeah. Of course, he was telling the president like we wanted to know what was going on. Legal defense. I'm paraphrasing. But you're like light that I can't believe that's legal. That's the mazing thing too. Because when all these like, former US attorneys and people from DOJ were being interviewed on all the shows. They're all like, I mean, so what it like, you know, this is a legal. No. On ethical right because we lived in the country where people used to give a fuck. But I think that's the thing is that lawyers gonna look like a total asshole after this. Because typically, the one thing they were saying is, you know, even though Manafort and Trump had this joint defense agreement that once you flip. Meaning you have switched teams. There is no longer a reason to have a joint defense agreement because at that point you are on the opposition side, but was still carrying on with it and didn't dissolve the agreement or whatever. But I mean when you couple that with like all this shit that Jerome Corsi is also like up against you're like, yo these people note like they're into fucking deep, and they they're they're just angling for their pardons because Coursey fucking just dumped his plea deal. Like on Twitter was I hate check out what Robert Muller's trying to do. And that's basically like Robert Muller, outlining all of his crimes, namely that. He was acting as a fucking conduit between Roger stone and WikiLeaks. And so like you're starting to see what? Muller knows and what they're up against. And just like fuck it. We'll just lie about everything will pardon the single over. Yeah. But the emails that they have between like there like Roger stone in like drum corps Sier like stones like I have to read in this thing. Because it's so vague in this document the draft agreement of the plea deal. It says Roger stone emails Drome Coursey. This is a quote that Roger stone wrote quote, get to an it's redacted in apparent that. Go says the founder of organization one at Ecuadorian embassy in London and get the pending organization. One emails they deal with foundation. Okay. So get to WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange to talk about the Clinton foundation's emails, and then Drome Coursey just sent like some like local journalist guy who he works with who's living in the UK to go meet with Assange, and then the time line of looking at like what these Email show, and what Roger stone was saying, you're like you guys. It's so it's like now really in your face now. So I have question things move, so fast, and so confusing. But so this Manafort the story that the guardian printed yesterday about Manafort meeting with Julian Assange at that. Get to see. And then at the end of the day. It was like, well, we might not be able to verify that. Or what saying that people have been fact checking and trying to reach out, but the garden stands behind it sourcing. Right. And so that's not something that we can count as being true. Or is you guys any more information on that was just so specific because they described what outfit. He was wearing. So it's just seems like if it's believing a journalistic institution that claims that they have it backed up and have like exactly what his outfit was when he was doing it versus believing Paul Manafort, I'm going with the journalistic institution just old habits, die hard. I really wanna believe Manafort. I and I don't blame. You also Trump has as a recording. The story is breaking that he said in an Oval Office interview that a pardon for Paul Manafort is on the table. God. Of course. Of course, it is. But that seemed to I don't know like blatant..
"drum corps" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Okay. Back to the revelations of this week. So revelation. Number one was Michael cones testimony. He pled guilty to lying to congress about the Trump Tower Moscow, which apparently was still being negotiated by members of team Trump up to and including possibly Donald Trump junior all the way up to June twenty sixteen to lower. Steam is now looking into president from phone calls with Roger stone. Right. There's another revelation. We talked about earlier this week. The basically the idea is this. There is a chain of of gossip that goes from WikiLeaks drum corps sees a conspiracy theorist Roger stone another top political operative slash conspiracy. Theorist you President Trump and Trump is calling stone. Who's getting information from Coursey who's getting information from WikiLeaks and basically via this process? Trump is saying stone something like, you know, what hearing installed saying. Well, I'm hearing from my good friend, Jerry Coursey that WikiLeaks is gonna dump some stuff on Hillary's health. Maybe she talked about Hillary's health and Trump's like, okay? And then the next day he goes out on the stump. And he says Hillary let's say she's gonna kill over. That's not collusion that is Trump operating off rumored information, not the same thing. As Trump actively militarizing information with the help of the Russian government in exchange for something happening. Is it good? No. It's not good. But Hillary Clinton actually did do the exact same things room in two thousand sixteen election with regards to Ukrainian government, which was providing her dirt on Trump at the same time that was reported by politico at the time stone denies any of his Email conversations. Of course, he came up with Trump. He says I didn't actually talk with Trump about the WikiLeaks stuff at all. Maybe maybe not. We'll see what Muller has. Okay. Number three. Paul Manafort had a plea deal that fell apart this week when that pleads yo basically suggested he was going to term hunt. Trump he says, he's no longer going to do that Muller accused him of lying to him and voided his plea arrangement and Muller Muller found out that manafort's wars have been coordinated with President Trump's lawyers now that could actually be a problem for Trump because if metaphors plea agreements voided the joint defense agreement between Trump and Manafort than all of those negotiations all the information that passed hands. If Trump was telling me on to tomorrow for for. Sample if any of that happen that could now be subject to Muller scrutiny. So that could be very bad for Trump in a second. I want to tell you about the consequences of this give you the latest updates. So here are the latest updates that we have over the last twenty four hours, according to axios, they're reporting what they think is going to come next the Garrett Graff rates piece for axios talking about what he thinks is going to happen. Now, he says Michael cones lies to congress that Nolde, Pat and odd pattern multiple people in from orbit have outright lied or forgotten about a whole variety of contacts with Russian officials, developers oligarchs and emissaries it's uniquely consistent problem across many top aides that only seems to occur when the subject is Russia, and he says remember Michael cones two major revelation so far have come in just to fairly limited specific episodes both of which investigative reporters have unearthed ahead of time. Stormy Daniels hush money payments and the Moscow from our project Cohn worked with Trump for decade. What else don't we know? He says prosecutors ethically. Can't let a witness testify or plead things. They don't believe are true. So everything cone is saying in court for all the talk about they're making Cohen lie. Moeller would then have to be violating basic legal conduct. Every twist of the investigation shows the Muller knows far more than we thought. He did according to axios cleanse plea deal shows, he has phone records the aborted Jerome Corsi plea agreement shows Muller has emails the fact that Muller nose Paul Manafort was lying to him likely indicates heretofore unseen. Corroborating witnesses documents and more. So, you know, it's worthwhile waiting at this point next in the crosshairs, probably probably is Donald Trump junior. This is the latest. This is sort of the latest spin on this..
"drum corps" Discussed on KGO 810
"To me. I'm I'm not gonna talk. I am gonna take. I'm going to let them find me guilty. I'm going to go to prison. In defense of this president because he'll pardon me. And by the way, the way our constitution is written. There is no question. That the president has the right to pardon them. You and I can sit here and say that's wrong. Do you think it's wrong? If drum Corsey is a joint defense agreement and President Trump would. Really pardoned him. That's unbelievable. I mean, that's like as dirty as it gets. That's like a conspiracy. But because of the way our constitution is written president would have every right to do it. Trump course, he's been interviewed six times in the investigation of the course of more than two months. He writes in his new book that the daily caller news foundation got a copy of he entered into a defense agreement with President Trump after being advised that Trump's lawyer Jay seculow was interested in the arrangement. Oh, my God is is that dirty? That is that is what? Describing this is according to the daily caller describing his interactions with a special counsel's office Coursey claims. He was granted what's known as limited use immunity for testimony gave during his twenty first grand jury appearance regarding his conversations with Roger stone about an August thirty first thousand sixteen memo, he wrote the former Clinton campaign manager, John Podesta. Of course, he claims he received immunity for testimony that he and stone developed a cover story to help explain stones. Now infamous August twenty first two thousand sixteen tweet that it would quote soon be the process this time in the barrel. Whoa. Roger stone. Vehemently denies courses. Claim about the origin of the memo. He insisted that he and of course, discussed the Podesta brother's activities in that his tweet was a reference to opposition research that would come out on the topic. This is unbelievable. How dirty this is? If Jay seculow Trump's lawyers suggested that they form a defense agreement. This is a this is I again, I don't know that there's a law in place that would have a problem with this. Yet. I'm trying to think there's because you can you can do joint defense agreements. They're they're not common. This article says they're common in criminal proceedings. They're not multiple. They're not as common in. There may is they're making it sound when multiple witnesses investigative targets dealing with the same. Prosecutors Trump had that similar agreeing with Paul Manafort, I just I suddenly now joint defense agreements with he has a joint defense agreement Manafort, he has joint defense agreement with drum corps. See President Trump does I just automatically. 'cause now witnesses exchange information about the investigation that normally would be limited by client, attorney privilege. They entered into this agreement. I I'm just telling you everything about this points me to these guys are not cooperating because they expect a pardon on the other side if they're found guilty. How are we not a third world? Country that we would possibly look down our noses out. Well, we'll get how corrupt that government is. It's happening here. Hey, president did something potentially did something wrong. You don't testify because guess what he won the election pardon? You unlimited. Pardon power as a sitting president. Manafort can be found guilty drum corps can be found guilty and the president can immediately turn around an issue grant pardons. How am I the only person who's having a problem with this right now as I think through it? Four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten Coursey claims that his attorney David Gray was skeptical of entering the agreement out of fear being seen as last thing cooperative with the special counsel's office. Hey what a surprise after? Here's a quote from Jerome Corsi in his book from the daily caller. Here is the source after debating the pros and cons. We had decided that any time we could get the attorney for the president United States to offer assistance to us. We needed to say to be thankful and accept. I'm just telling you everything about this smells to high heaven stinks to high heaven of a conspiracy that the president. Will grant a pardon? Hey, we got a joint defence green. We're gonna share this information. Guess what? I can't write this down anywhere. I can whisper it to you. Hey, don't talk to those people. You'll get the pardon. That's. What country? Do I live in? That's the mob running the country that's a mob, boss. Hey, I got ultimate Bauer. You.
"drum corps" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Well, the young Turks geographic guys fun action packed day for you as usual, especially on. Mondays someone has announced that they are running for president. It has begun. It has begun. It was already couple of people out there, and I have interviewed almost all of them already. This is a guy also interviewed. If you already know the story, you're if you don't well watch out, okay? That is that's hitting number one. Okay. So. And there's exciting times of the Turks. We're gonna do a whole heap specials. Do those for you guys? The next couple of months, I think you will enjoy them especially as we get to the end of the year. Boom, boom, boom. And we got so many wonderful surprises for you. And by the way, also tomorrow interesting surprises. I'm not saying you should be shaking our YouTube and Facebook pages regularly tomorrow. I'm just saying, okay. And everything's exciting. And Donald Trump's on the ropes and what he said about the forest and the fires. Unbelievable. We'll get to all that. Okay. Young with you sister. I don't know if you just heard. Which perfectly describes the Trump presidency. Okay. Now breaking news at the top of the show. Drum corps. See well known right where for a long time pedals in conspiracy theories. But I already told you as a right winger, and unfortunately, the lunatics on their side have a lot of power and affect and Coursey did as well. I'll tell you about that in a second the different elections that he affected but his books are things like where's the birth certificate who really killed Kennedy? Like, it's all questions. He doesn't know. He's just asking. Right. And which he doesn't even know that he's just asking why? I don't know. What happened? Where's the birth of? Okay. Maybe it's his own. Maybe he misplace place it. No. So well, no conspiracy theorist, and but he works with other people that are connected to in this case, the president from time to time talk sue and is connected to Roger stone. And it looks like that connection might have gotten him in some trouble because the news that just came out is that Coursey himself believes he is about to be. Indited by Robert Mueller this council. Oh, that's a shame. You know, I hope they get to swiftly be worried if they rock your boat with that one that represents explaining his second. But I what did he say about it? He said, well, this one's not unclear. I'm going to be indicted. That's what we're told fully expecting it. According to NBC news. He said that Muller's team reach out to last week and said, you might wanna get it worn jumpsuit ready. So that a indictment apparently is coming and I love his excuse. So he gives you a sense of what they're going after. But he said when they have your emails and phone records. They're very good at the perjury trap. No, no. That means when they have your emails and phone records. They know what you said. That's what it means. Now, whether you committed perjury, well, that's up to you, brother. Okay. Your trap in getting your documents and your phone records. That's you on the phone. That's your emails. Right. So they can't make you lie ahead of time. And then get your emails and then set a trap..
"drum corps" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Jeff Miller is true. That jump around is now twenty years old and. It can't Randall true. Yup. Twenty years. Twenty years old they've been rocking that stadium. I've been up in that press box and Spencer has also he produced for you on Friday. That whole press box shakes when you're up there. It's oh, yeah. Scary a little bit. Yeah. When you think about whole that stadium is holy cow. That says some scary, I you know, I've been to can't Ranville since the nineteen eighties. Okay. And. Drum corps fans. We're out of control. We rocket. Where we're an offshoot at a different set of narrates vote. We're cool nerds. And I had my friend here from the Milwaukee police van sandy. She's pending a piece for for the banned today. She's she needs he's working on percussion pieces. And I can't help you sandy. When I read a piece of drumming music. It takes me forever to do it. I because I was a drum corps guy. We got taught rudiments growing up as a kid like all right? I guess in that area. All right. So four four got that simple enough. Get that done is a pause. All right. Got that repeat signage got that. And I'm Doug. I was very fortunate. I could do I could just repeat the rookie mistakes. It'd be done in the measure and in the because I was awesome. Because you know, drunk corps is better than bad. I don't know why I start that every good friend. Lana down in southern Wisconsin. Well, south of us. She's like choose band. You know, and I don't a lot of people March the university of Wisconsin, Madison. That's a great band. I don't Milwaukee rocks. But you gotta admit quarter. Yup. Yeah. I have a question for you. When you were in the drum, or maybe I've never heard you mentioned this. If you had what what did you play? I mean, did you play that big one on the side or do you play that symbolizes drama, snare, drumming and? When you're when you're a kid, and you start a drum corps. You start out with symbols. You saw you get to the base drumming. But if you get too serious course now to be a base drama. You need really need to be a percussionist. You you. I mean, it's unbelievable. What these young people are doing today and drum corps. It's surreal if you listen to the Madison scouts for my money one of the best. So I've been a fan since I was a kid and the phantom regiment. I I've always loved the phantom regiment down at the. When I was there was a purely Rockford. When I was getting now, the Rockford Love's park. I don't know if they've changed again, but most cores recruit from all over the country. And I took a lot of my Wisconsin friends to the Meadowlands when they visited New York City, and I took them to a show out there. And she was like, yeah. You guys might be a little bit better than a marching band. You might be behold, we are this obnoxious because we're that good. And I think saying a contract basis much sexier than a tuba or you play mellow phone. You know, it's I'm sorry. The straight piping with air to blow your face off. And that's what air and all that stuff is like Chinese to be. I have no idea what you're talking. Yeah. Yeah. It's you know, welcome to my world. I was an east coast kid. I finally made the big show. I thought because it was a great core out in jersey the Garfield cadets, and now that the cadets have Bergen county. When you are big boss. Jeff Dauler, he's a drum corps guy. And Dave McCann. He's a big producer out of Madison. They were both drum drum corps guys in an Jeff used to write some of the March and maneuvering on the field and a lot of these guys and gals know the third dimension and the Joe right up to the fifth day. It was like is it just insane. And my little legs just couldn't do one hundred and twenty beats per minute the way I, but I digress. But I was I had a set of hands second to none. Then I had a stroke. And that's what be poll crime force became a much better drummer. Then Dan Connery, I had to have a stroke to have that happen. And I spy flights. I digress. Thrum core sexier than band. That's all I mean, a woodwind. I find them offensive. I'm going to get my rear end handed to me. I know it seven nine nine eleven thirty toll-free. We could do it for you. Eight hundred eight three eight nine four seven six got a little story out of Kentucky. I'm gonna talk about the Honduran migrants. Can we say you? It's at a I'm sorry. It's out of Tennessee. Now, I did I read this story correctly. The there was a father. It was in a father and son and. All right. So the father was trying to cut off the son's leg with a chainsaw. Now. Trying to put the fight together. Of course, it's pretty awesome. When you get right down to it. Actually, actually trying to kill it with a chainsaw. Now. Maybe just maybe just an amputation you might have had an infection something like that. Defense attorney. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Take like a defense attorney see I learned a lot from Tom grieve. You gotta go to the agreed dot com. Trust me on this got agreed dot com. You'll learn wonderful things you need good. You need. It's like, you know, you need a good guy. Good girl. And for some reason listening and iheartradio in the twin cities just think Dan, you just like to be contrary. Yeah. I do. I tried go ahead touch. So in that story. The sun's cutting the grass and the dance chasing after him with a chainsaw. Maybe wasn't fast enough. Maybe maybe it's time for good parenting to come back. Jeff, you know, maybe you know, when you got a data out there to amputate. It sounds like maybe a little bit. Oh, man. I'm sitting here watching my boy mouth this loan that boys not moving fast enough. He is not paying attention to what he needs to be paying attention to. Jeannie. Bala Adleman telling you, the mold Islam for a good long time now and you're not doing it fast enough. So I need to amputate your leg. Now. Right. Don't move you little son of a bay delve move. I'll put my foot in your hands. You just stay down tabulate. No. Hey. Dan, the data Seventy-six fast is he running. How stupid is his son right now. He's like fifty something. Right. What is it son? Just like I mean, that's seventy six twelve sounds like twelve that seventy six twelve. Let me tell you. All I'm saying is that you said I made out the best in all of a sudden my sister's Freeman. That she makes out the best now all pissed at each other too angry. You know, your daddy was from. Yes. Daddy says that make out the best. Okay. To step out of this man that line when that line when all enough to realize what that line is. You're like, wow. Daddy said I make out the best. Alrighty. Well that worked out. There's so much in old movies when you were younger. I mean, unless I was completely naive. I didn't get any of it. But then when you watch Nelson, adult you're like holy cow. Hold whole meeting to the hashtag metoo movement. That's sure does may may TJ. Alchemy. Daddy, says I make out the blast. So wait a minute. We gotta get back to the law now. China Taylor scared. You're not mowing stand there and take your punishment Bali. Said son of a bitch. Nobody did to me. He picked up the lawnmower. Cain after mate? Like that. He attacked me beat the hell outta me. I'll make out the best. See two guys two old guys in the front. Oh. I'm gonna kick. Oh, man. Alamo it faster. Oh, man. I promise. I'll mow the lawn faster. Daddy. I'm sorry. Please. Amy. I told that volley. God. Right. You can't help it. Weed whacker. Wait. Get you a dissuade wear your leg. I'll rip your ankle off. People are worried about gun violence come on. Now, we got we got so many. Tennessee..
"drum corps" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"How is it for you to listen to an album like flowers romance, which is just like, so drum Centric the first time I heard it. I was a drummer in the high school marching band, and I just thought I gotta take this school in play for the the rest of the drum corps. I quickly realized now that's terrible. This was this was eighty two. I mean, they were, you know, as far as they were concerned, like Phil Collins is what a drummer is Do you July. like Phil Collins. In a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their nineteen eighty album. For that really didn't understand any of their work to Archie to intellectual and then especially since it's so drum heavy going back to your question of what surprise me the making of that album. Like I didn't know the ban is down to a singer and a drummer. It's a total studio project, and you know, what are you going to do when it's just a singer drummer where you're gonna have a very drum heavy album and and the sounds of those drums and the the rhythms that that they came up with. I mean, it's such a great album, but again, it's one of those albums that in the the history of the ban, you don't hear stuff from that album. You know, you hear hear stuff from the first album and you hear stuff from the mid eighty stuff. But for some reason that album gets forgotten, which is a shame because there's some really great stuff on there. It's got to be hard to play that stuff life in there's there is a lot. Lot of studio stuff going on in there, but I can't imagine that lineup that like post nine lineup digging into that and playing it. It was interesting to see them playing some of those early songs and it'd be like, wow, okay. Like the one guy who's just like, I got to watch John and I never know how it's going to be. And just every time I play, it comes out differently in seven. I was like, okay, yeah, that's kind of more the way that I associate with pill pill. It's almost like a jazz fusion band or something. It doesn't feel like a rock band. The first concert that I saw them on. I think the encore was the song flowers of romance was the only song from the that they did and a pulled a couple of extra floor TOMS up front..
"drum corps" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The blood sweat and sacrifice of american hero mr trump is hosting a white house concert tonight not far from the national mall where hundreds of thousands are expected to brave the heat for the huge capital fourth celebration it's not even noon in washington the feels like temperature is already one hundred one here's cbs's kris van cleave the city is already added additional cooling centers here and that's in addition to about a half dozen or so i aid tents that will be on the mall dozens of first responders will be here to help anyone affected by the sweltering temperatures and the humidity wcbs tv's lonnie quinn says the northeast will get a break in a couple of days fridays when an actual cold front comes through the area so this this is your game changing this breaks the heat i think it breaks it big tar cbs news update i'm peter king and i'm jason scott in for jackie page at eleven thirty two among the traditional parades held on the fourth of july is the one in the city of northville the sounds of the plymouth fife and drum corps walking main street one of over ninety entries in this year's northville parade which included vintage cars floats bands and even politicians donna from the nearby plymouth says this parade has been a tradition in her family for years to north oh when i was seven years old and came for many many years left the state couple times and always come back to the freight on the fourth why is it a staple for you just a lot of childhood memories and parents and family and it's really like it now this year's parade also included a jet flyover from selfridge air national guard base many cities across the country they've banned the use of fireworks this year but experts say thousands of people will still wind up in emergency rooms the consumer product safety commission says almost thirteen thousand people went to the emergency room with injuries caused by fireworks last year med stars matt von ski says even sparklers are burning at two thousand degrees and just the slightest touch on skin near the is one of those sparks come off of the sparkler going to somebody's eye significant eye injury but he also says alcohol can lead to injuries patient got a very significant hand injury because they thought it would be a good idea to launch roman candles while holding onto it with her hand alan sky for cbs news dallas now those that are celebrating our urged not to celebrate by firing guns into the sky that may think there think they'll be hitting anything or anyone but those stray bullets can come down and they hurt and can kill people discharge a firearm into the air with complete disregard of the safety of others that's being a bad example and which worse than that is that could land you in jail that's miami police chief jorges kalina w w j news time eleven thirty four well it's frankly amazing shout down champions will be facing off this afternoon at nathan's famous fourth of july hotdog eating contest in new york where the men's record currently stands at seventy two frankfurters ten buns in ten minutes that's a lot of tom's ten time winner joey jaws chestnut will be competing against twenty other guys on new york's coney island boardwalk he set the record last year meantime meco pseudo is seeking a fifth women's title in a row the nineteen women held the field includes recordholder sonya the black widow thomas pseudo down fortyone franks in buns last year thomas's record is forty five but she managed thirty last season the event attracts thousands of inperson spectators it's also televised nationwide on espn it's not legitimate that's what the city of detroit says about a free housing program fair that had thousands of people waiting outside this morning the coleman a young unicycles center hoping for a free home the city was telling people not to give out personal information laurence powell was one of those in line that stretched down the sidewalk outside city hall we got a lot of folks out here thinking they go get a free home but the way it sounded nah organizers were looking to collect signatures in hopes of creating a new government in detroit detroit police they were on scene as people were asked to sign those petitions residents.
"drum corps" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"It's a nice thing to the kick you out of this theater hi guys i'm not sure why but this story popped into my head while listening and i had to write it i was a june i was in my junior year of high school and i was the captain of my schools drum corps lulu uh we we were performing at a charity biking event to raise money for diabetes research there's a lot there via its core warming up charity by king of is that now is very important is this motorcycles because they all have diabetes or is it cycle are they they don't it's cycling biking yeah i currently skiing mikey bikers yeah yeah it's like okay so we did our first set and the crowd loved us we played as the riders left the gate and we had about four performances through the day as different tiers of riders begin a whole event was on the news and radio by okay see you hour i don't know he noted it is one a news and the raided house you might know who i got to shine a little bit half uri sat we went inside for a break and refreshments there was this eleven year old boy who came in at sat with us he seemed nice for a while but soon began to sling racial epithets at curse at various members of our group the child's parents were nowhere to be filed so we didn't know what to do eventually after the verbal abuse set i were called back outside for another set half the day went by and uh and we were outside the the radio dj began playing music for everyone and nobody was dancing nobody except for this 11yearold is racist.
"drum corps" Discussed on KTRH
"Welcome back were dr drum corps she author of the book huntin hitler a jury want to get your reaction as well as we get into this to the cia documents were they were looking for adolf hitler in south america they obviously believed some of their agents that he still might have been alive that's right it actually would tired it again the entire issue of hitler escaping uh the document included in the recently released jfk file oh says of the basically leave the cia was looking for hitler through nineteen 55 and suddenly here and they thank you 63 document all the cia has circulated a photograph the came from colombia of a person who claimed the they were with hitler and the photograph looks remarkably like hitler does it's got his same mustaches features whose his here do the with funny way he combed is here right and the fact that this document was taken seriously and was archived in then shows up in these files were just now getting eyes heart of the jfk files i mean indicate that certainly the cia had given this document a great deal credibility and the all they've been circulated have been lucky and bogus ha they've been looking in one is our ace and all it comes from the acting station chief in caracas so you know it's again a very high level document coming into the cia saying there's credible evidence that he'll hitler is alive and that he's been cited in colombia what's important to as a couple of his right hand man uh it off aikman and joseph a mengla were in south america they escaped if that's right and and it also uh you know they have the people were saying that hitler was alive included some of the former ss troopers at others who were in south america who are very openly saying that you know he hitler was in argentina that he would travel to colombia in south america was very common knowledge through really through about nineteen sixty five that hitler was alive and living primarily in argentina and all that that's been common knowledge it argentine i think since the end of world war two now what happened then to the botched soviet autopsy of of what they thought might have been hitler's serve skeleton well they have these two bodies and the autopsy of.