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Kash Patel: Possible Indictments to Expect From John Durham
"Stuff Do you think there's going to be any legal consequence for higher ups your mccabe Comey clapper Hillary any of them or just one or two or none I mean where do you see this going I see there's a couple more indictments I see coming from John Durham probably one of the FBI probably won a fusion GPS because they orchestrated this whole thing with the Clinton campaign and made millions in light to the world And I think they lied to Congress too Glenn Simpson another guy who I interrogated in line And I think it gets to Andy mccabe I don't think it gets any higher than that You know I've been thinking about this for four or 5 years in the form of a prosecutor I was just like those guys call me Clinton clapper Brennan They're just so smart and they're so evil That's the problem that they've covered their tracks and it would be very hard to make a case against them Now it doesn't mean that John Durham is not going to annihilate them in the report But you and I both want indictment accountability And I think if we get any mccabe the FBI fusion GPS then this is going to make Watergate look like Sunday afternoon tea And so it's going to be I think that's where he's going I hope that's where he's going And he's got the investigation to prove it But the other thing speaking about John Brennan remember this guy briefed Barack Obama when he was president in 2016 That Hillary Clinton was running a disinformation operation against president Trump What I want to know Why isn't that memo been declassified Where is it Where is it
Fresh update on "durham" discussed on The Trish Regan Show
"I want to turn to this big story that no one in the mainstream media wanted to cover, and that's that Hillary Clinton, according to her campaign manager, Robbie mook actually was the one who pulled the lever and said, yeah, go ahead with the disinformation that Donald Trump was somehow connected to the Russians through alpha bank, which is a major state run Russian bank. I mean, this is really something. I mean, I guess a lot of people that have been around the clintons long enough and politics long enough, they're not surprised by it. But I still think it's a pretty monumental development. In that what we're discovering is the whole thing was a sham. It was a sham that was picked up by the mainstream media and they ran from here to Sunday and back with it over and over and over again to drive home some narrative that really Donald Trump was nothing but a Russian
Kash Patel: Durham May Build a Conspiracy Case Against Andrew McCabe
"But then I thought to myself and Jim said it during the break We always chatting Chips like you know really pisses me off He's like Andrew weissman Who Now Mueller was out of it You heard him testify publicly I'm not absolving him of wrongdoing Mueller folks Let me be clear But he was so clearly out of it in the hearing you wonder how much he really knew about wiseman was his bulldog And weissman was briefed cash in August of 2016 about the dossier and then gets the bulldog position under Mueller to go after Trump for what weissman now categorically knows was a hoax This is third world Cuba style stuff No Jim's right This guy ran the special counsel's investigation not based on facts and law but based on pure politics And he admitted it and he got hired to do that job anyway This is the same guy that texted the Deputy Attorney General The attorney general Sally Yates the day after she got fired rightly so by Trump and he texted her and he said basically we love you Thanks for being a political monster What kind of computers did me as a former federal prosecutor How can you be okay with that But that Andy I'll check one to Jim on that Andy and I go to the biggest culprit is Miami Andy mccabe That guy orchestrated this entire Russia gate hoax as a deputy director of the FBI and a reminder everybody He got fired for lying to federal investigators about leaking information to the media about the Clinton email server investigation That's the guy that was running the insurance plan with the lovebirds in his office In August of 2016 and that's the guy that signed off in the most salacious Pfizer warrant and lied to a federal court That guy I have always said this all roads lead to Andy mccabe and I think John dermot building the criminal conspiracy case that's going to knock him out
Fresh update on "durham" discussed on The Trish Regan Show
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Kash Patel: Robby Mook Testified Early Because of a Vacation to Spain
"Cash there was a lot more in that answer I know you caught it He wrote in Jake Sullivan into that too Jake Sullivan who is now the national security adviser at The White House into the decision to disseminate the hoax and you got to be thinking to yourself how the hell does Jake Sullivan still have his job at The White House This is crazy No you look you're totally right And Jake Sullivan is another guy that I interrogated under oath And that's why I think Robbie mook was boxed in because look all of these transcripts are we put them up for free at Durham Ross dot com We want the whole world to see everything that's been out there on Russia gate So go read them Your audience should go educate themselves Jake's all done I think lied to Congress about his involvement in the Russia gate hoax And the reason I think Robbie mook has to say what he said was because we boxed them in four years ago and his lawyers were like listen you can't really lie on the witness stand here because there's a transcript review basically already copied to it But here's the kicker that no one's talking about And Robbie mook was not a witness for the government John Durham had not finished the government's case the defense asked the judge to let Robbie move testify early because he had a vacation in Spain He had to get to Now Dan you and I both know when it comes to federal court In what universe does the government's case stop for a defense witness who's going to be the Spain And it could not have backfired more superbly for them The defense put this guy up and now he's taken out Clinton world and the Durham prosecution is going to continue It's amazing what's unraveling here
Kash Patel on the Durham Investigation Timeline
Kash Patel Goes After Left With New Ad in Time Square
"Cash is in the new studio grade. This studio is awesome and I'm glad that I'm like the first guest to be in here. Yeah, you actually are the first guest you are the inaugural guest. I'll take it. So we're running your ad behind you, just so you know. Okay, can I just talk about this real quick? So what better way to go after the left than go to the heart of the enemy's kingdom? So in Times Square, this billboard is literally launching in 20 minutes, and it is going to play a hundred times a day for the next week, Durham watch dot com. We actually have the biggest theater and we're going to force it down the mainstream media's throats and every corrupt bureaucrat in New York City and we are going to educate the world on what Durham watch is, what happened in Russia gate and you can follow it. I'm going to do a live daily updates on truth social at cash for the trial. And this is the first of three
This Durham Thing Is Bigger Than Most of Us Realize...
Why Kash Patel Authored Children's Book 'The Plot Against the King'
"The legendary and the great cash Patel. I'll tell you what, I get more cash Patel alerts from people. They're sending me stuff and you're very famous man cash. Charlie, I'm trying to keep up with you in the efforts you're putting out. Yeah, I mean, you were on Maria show yesterday, right? Recently, right? Yeah, Devin and I, she thought it would be fun to have Devin and I, the Russia gate guys on for the day before the Russia gate trial. Yeah. So I want to get into that. You have a new book out called the plot against the king. It's a book, right? It's a children's book. Oh, this will drive crazy. So basically what we thought was, yeah, it's called the plot against the king. And look, we said it in medieval times, and we thought they're shoving critical race theory down our children's throats and don't use. Why don't we educate our children about the truth? Yes. And the biggest story of our generation, Charlie, is the Russia gate hoax. And no one's teaching our kids about it. So we had this idea to say, let's set it in medieval times. We'll have a king named Donald. We'll have Hillary Clinton. The maga king. The maga king. He played right into it. I mean, we could set it up any better. We've got Hillary Clinton and the shifty night. And of course, the night of the round table, Devin. And it's our question. It's our quest for truth and the simple issue is, why shouldn't we educate our children on what actually happened in Russia gate? It's for anyone foreign up and honestly, adults should get up. But we don't know all of it yet. We don't know all of it, but that's why we can write a part too. Oh, there'll be a sequel. So it's called, it's called plot against the king. And you can go to plot against the number one child's book right now in on Amazon. And we haven't even technically. That's a tough category. I'll tell you what. There might be some not so subtle cues and clues in here. There's a few, I think your audience is going to have fun with those. Oh yeah. They got it. They got to dig through it. Okay. So it's on
John Solomon: Ministry of Truth Is Weapon of Mass DISTRACTION
"John Solomon, welcome back to the Salem radio network. Good to be with you, Sam. Good, happy Monday. I didn't go to the White House correspondents dinner. I went to the pre party that newsmax through. Were you in the building? I mean, there was only 5000 people in the building. I'm not sure I saw you. Did you go? I didn't go. Now I've long ago tired of these dinners, so I'm much more interested in reporting on the weekends and going to a dinner. I'd rather work. You've got better things to do. And he is seriously one of the hardest working guys out there. Okay, we're going to talk about what you found out. I have it in front of me the latest developments from the Durham special prosecutor investigation. But first, given that you're a journalist who has to sift between fake information and find the real gold, your reaction to the creation of this disinformation governance board. What do you think of this take from the former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich cut 5? This is a censorship board. Now, the First Amendment of the constitution says you can't make any law that affects free speech. So Mallorca, who I think should be impeached immediately, and the board should be defunded immediately. Mallorca is essentially explaining that there are going to be break the constitution, exercise censorship, and that's what it is. Censorship, and we're supposed to trust their appointees who are all left wingers to be fair and neutral. This is nonsense. I mean, these people are crazy. And I think we need to understand what they're trying to do is a total violation of the American constitution. Isn't he right, John, that this is I mean, how can they even consider this idea given that the constitution is very clear with regards to government's role? Yeah, I'm not a bridge. The First Amendment, the constitution is correct. It's the government's role not to do that. And listen, I think you said it right. These people are crazy. A lot of the people I talk to this week and have the exact same reaction. And some of them are Democrats saying, I can't believe what they're doing. It's like kamikaze politics. Who came up with this idea? And maybe we can give Putin the Medal of Freedom next week. They were that upset about how stupid this idea is. And then look who they picked, right? A woman who perpetrated first, the Russia collusion hoax, and then argued for the censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop, she's wrong on the first two issues where she was mitigating information in the public space, this is a bad idea from start to finish and probably more a weapon of mass distraction than an actual
Former Acting Atty Gen Matt Whitaker on the Durham Investigation
"Now that Durham has sort of revealed how fusion GPS, how Perkins cooey, how the Clinton campaign, how it all worked and exactly kind of how they were pulling this DNS server information, somehow intercepting it from the Trump Tower and essentially they saw spam emails going from Trump org, which essentially is marketing their winery, their golf clubs and whatever. And going to alpha bank and then saying that that was a back door for communications. I mean, the whole thing is farcical. And I think those that the intelligence community knew better. And so this to me is, you know, there are several people that need to be held to account. And explain, knowing that this was created, that this rumor, these facts were created by the Democrat committee, how was this allowed to turn into a criminal investigation of the president of the United States? I got there too late and there's going to be people that hear me say that and say, well, that's just an excuse, Matt. Well, I mean, so you're running the Department of Justice and the Mueller investigation is already going and you're trying to get it landed. You know, this kind of this original sin is so far away and there's people that know it and nobody is telling you the truth. And maybe you're not asking the right questions, but my God, you know, how do you get to the right question to ask the right person when there's just so much muck to dig through?
The Durham Investigation Moves Slowly but Surely
"The Durham investigation let's just say is not moving at a speedy pace. But in its excruciating attention to detail, it is showing us things little by little bit. We didn't know before. Now, we've known that there was a dossier compiled by a British agent named Christopher Steele, the so called Steele dossier, and we know that the dossier is full of lies and false information intended to frame the Trump campaign and make it look like Trump was colluding with Russia. We also know that the deep state, the FBI, took the information in the dossier and without notifying the so called Pfizer court. This is the court that gives warrants to secretly do surveillance of people, surveillance of people like Carter page, George papadopoulos, our friend George, and so all of these shenanigans have been coming out one by one by one. But what was not known fully was, well, who started this? I mean, who was the who was the initiator, the author of this whole operation? And it seems like Durham is working his way back. What we now know is that the author of this operation was basically the Hillary Clinton campaign.
John Solomon and Sebastian Discuss Elon Musk's Twitter Deal
"Day's a great day with John Solomon, but to analyze the breaking news, not just from Durham, new indictments that you are the expert on, but this news of what was it, 37 minutes ago. So to be honest with you, and I don't get everything right, only 99.9% of the time. Is that what rush used to say? God bless you, rush. I didn't think this was going to happen. At least not happen this quickly, accepting the $43 billion deal. Isn't this, you are a media Maven. This is social media, but isn't this really dropping a massive kitty cat amongst the pigeons of social media? Yeah, listen, it's an unusual deal. I mean, listen, at the end of the day, Elon Musk has the money to do whatever he wants with Twitter. He can make it better. He can make it a vanity play. He can make it what it used to be. And we don't know what his intentions are other than. He says he wants to get rid of the censorship mentality there. So I take him at his word because he usually delivers on what he says. So the idea that Twitter had to be bought in order to get it out of censorship is in and of itself stunning it. It shows you how far we've evolved from two years ago when we used to think that free speech was okay. Now we got Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton. Everybody out there saying, we got to send some more. We're going to censor more and Twitter was the main, one of the main efforts, the great censorship. Now it's going to be taken off the table. That's going to have a tremendous blow to liberals who want to keep exercising their censorship. They're going to lose one of the main high profile tools that that was done. Now, we don't know how the market's going to react, right? One of the things I do know is I've been talking to his team today, president Trump has no intention to go back to Twitter. So Trump nation is not going back to Twitter. But we'll see, do liberals leave it because they want more censorship. I don't know yet. Elon Musk is a brilliant businessman. We'll just have to wait and see what he does with the property.
Kash Patel Wishes He Could Tell Us Sebastian Is Making Stuff Up
"Tell your viewers that you were just making stuff up because then it would be, you know, we'd have a laugh about it and we'd carry on our democratic process. But it's killing our democracy. And I'll give your audience fact based conspiracy, right? Russiagate, we unravel this investigation. And what do we find? The same FBI that told you from the 7th floor of the Hoover building. You never get in these guys 'cause in James Comey was running at the time because who cares about president Trump, I'm in charge. Right. These same guys who perpetrated this fraud and lied to a federal court and smudged a fisa warrant and pumped in information paid by a political party and buried that documentation and then got higher up levels DoJ of the associate Deputy Attorney General in Bruce or to come in and shepherd that process through. Just so they could spy just so James Comey could come into meetings like this and say, president Trump's not in charge, I am. That actually happened. That's been proven, not by my words, or your words, or Devin's words. By the FBI's own documents by the DoJ's own documents by their own recordings by the sworn testimony they gave to federal court. And now what you and I covered it, we lived it. We covered it back then. But thank God now, America is seeing it on full display because of John Durham I know we're going to talk about it. But the part that scares me is you're not you talk to millions of people. You talk to more people than I probably the only person that talks to more people than you is probably drunk. But no, it's important because how many people come up to you and say, wait, Russia didn't have to take a Trump did X and you know, you put your head down and you're like, wow, where did you get your news for the last 5 years?
Who is Dr. Stephen Turley?
"He is doctor Steve turley, the author of numerous essential works. I'm just going to mention the return of Christendom also the new nationalism and the one that one of our team here says has the most beautiful color cover beauty matters. Steve turley welcome back to America first one on one. Doctor Sabbath is wonderful to be back with you. Thank you so much for having me. You are a busy man. It is hard to keep up with you the amount of content you put out there. For those who missed our last discussion, it just give us a little potted of who Steve is. What he studied and what you talk about most often. Yeah, thank you for that. I started a YouTube channel about 5 and a half years ago is actually November 1st, 2016. Of course, when an election was coming up right around that time. And I predicted that Donald Trump was going to win because I thought this was going to be a Brexit election based on the studies that I did at Durham university with where I got my PhD out across the pond there. I came across some studies called post secular study. This is back in 2009 or so 2010. And they basically were making the argument that the old globalist world order is more or less dead and a much more traditionalist national sovereignty based world order was rising. I didn't believe it at the time. I didn't have any evidence of that with Obama. They were using Russia as an example or India or some Middle Eastern nations and I just thought that was so far removed. But when I started seeing Brexit heat up, that's when I started to see, oh, so this is what they're talking about. And then when Donald Trump on the campaign trail started referring to himself as call me mister Brexit. I realized we've got something. There's some trends here that are very predictive and thank God they brought you and others like you into the sphere of The White House and I've been doing it ever since November 1st, 20 2016. And boy, we're almost about to hit 900,000 subs on YouTube if you can
What Will Democrats Try to Do to Lessen the Blow of Midterm Elections?
"So we need to ask ourselves the question, what are Democrats going to try to do coming into November to try and let's say lessen the upcoming loss? I think they know they're going to lose. I think they know the American people are not with them. But that doesn't mean they're just going to accept it. And one of the things I believe they're going to try to do, and this is something to keep your eye on, is not that they're going to try to actually, you know, they're not going to, let's say, unleash something or release it, but they're going to change their messaging. I think specifically around COVID. I would not be surprised around July or August, that you start to see Democrats start to get back into a COVID hysteria posture. Very well could be that they want April May and June and most of July to kind of be going back to how things were. Returned and nostalgia, a mask free indoor dining, let's say, malls are open type America. But if I were the Democrats, and if I was sinister, if I was cruel, if I only cared about power and I was a naked machiavellian, what I would do then in late July and early August is I would, as soon as a certain date hits, let's say July 20th or July 25th, when the news cycle gets very slow, I would push a button and all of a sudden I would get people fearful again. COVID cases are on the rise. Here's the total amount of deaths or whatever sort of metric because because of the abundance of metrics of the ways that we measure COVID, whether it be deaths or whether it be cases or whether it be all these things. They can find a specific number that might be accelerating even though the general trend might be tapering, focus on that trend and make a big deal out of it.
Pilot Announces End of US Mask Mandate Mid-Flight
"Let's go to cut 33, a pilot announces the removal of the mask mandate mid flight cut 33. April 18th, the Biden administration announced that the transportation security administration will no longer enforce the federal mandate requiring mass in all U.S. airports and on foreign aircraft. Finally. Effectively immediately master optional for all airport employees crew members and customers inside U.S. airports and onboard aircraft. Now look, this is what's important though, is that they need at least have the physical costume, if you will, that an emergency is continuing. 90% of cap passengers clapped and screamed in these videos. We can keep playing them. Which really shows the pulse of the population. Now, if the planes were filled with mass proponents, these people would have been crying, it wouldn't really upset. Now, I don't know if you know this, but you know you could still wear a mask, even though it's not mandated. I know that's a shocking thing for people to hear. Do you think they work, then keep wearing a mask? But look, this now shows that the emergency is over and to this wonderful judge. Catherine Kimball mizelle, to her great credit. She has made a decision and the decision was that the rule was not written correctly. This is an overreach of the fourth branch of government, the unelected, unchecked, unknown branch of government the CDC, these powers must be done through the legislative branch. It was a pure constitutional decision and God bless her. She's making America a happier place.
Great News! US Judge Overturns Mask Mandate on Planes, Trains
"Great news, everybody. We mentioned this yesterday. The federal mask mandate. On airplanes has been overturned. Catherine Kimball mizelle, a 35 year old former clarence Thomas clerk, appointed by Trump and confirmed by the Senate before the lame duck session ended has come in and has overturned and repealed the mask mandate. Now, the mask mandate on planes and on trains could be best described as almost like a hangover effect, if you will. A hangover effect from tyranny. Some restrictions have been lifted, but for whatever reason, the Biden regime was still very focused that they need to have mask mandates on travel between New York and Los Angeles. This has always been the great hypocrisy has been within airlines. It started with a different type of hypocrisy actually. And not just the hypocrisy, but a double standard and an inexplicable rule that was put forward and it was very simple. It was that why could I fly from Boston to Phoenix and sit next to somebody and remove my mask and be able to have a snack next to that somebody, but the restaurants are closed in Boston and Phoenix, the two places I'm flying from. It started in that sense, and now it's kind of changed to something even worse. Why is it that Boston and Phoenix has in rune dining? And you can eat in these places without a mask on. You have to wear a mask on the airplane between going those two places. And so the airplane has always kind of been a place of controversy throughout this entire saga if you will. The lockdown vaccine mandate mask mandate the entire kind of Fauci virus Chinese coronavirus saga, the airplane is a place where a lot of people have let's say gotten very heated fights and they do so probably for good reason because of the double standard of enforcement of the mask mandates. And I do have to say, I had a couple of pretty angry flight attendants throughout the last two years, but generally I have to say, flight attendants were so sweet, they were so understanding, they were very forgiving of even kind of jerks that were trying to defy the rule. And I'm not saying that to find the rule makes you a jerk. But it's a dumb rule, okay, but if you're now going to create a set of circumstances where, you know, you're going to, what's the best way I put this? Where you're going to try to make the entire plane have to land because of your own decision. That's very selfish. That's not looking out for other people. I don't like it. That almost happened on a plane that I was in and thankfully it got fixed and it got kind of sorted out. So the plane didn't have to get rescheduled. Mask mandate went on for far too long and never should have happened in the first place and this is not just a win for passengers. This is also a win for flight attendants as well.
Judge Won’t Drop Durham Case Against Clinton Campaign Lawyer Sussmann
"Well there was one thing that happened this week That once again was a little bit of a potential phase three storing moment Where there was an opportunity to shut down an element of the greatest conspiracy ever perpetuated in the United States That involving the attorney for the DNC and for Hillary Clinton back in 2016 that was funneling money For the Steele dossier sussman when he was trying to get his case thrown out You did have a judge that said it will move forward Durham is still out there doing his work We do have this impaneled grand jury The investigation of Hunter Biden one thing that's interesting with both of those federal investigations They both started under the Trump administration right And they're still going on to this day So there's plenty of reason to be cynical But there could still be faith restoring moments in there And I for one still believe that at the end there can be and there will be justice in this country
Victoria Toensing on the Latest in the Sussmann Indictment
"We have to discuss the latest developments in the sussman indictments, the John Durham furtherance of his investigation. It seems as if mister sussman, the lawyer for the Hillary Clinton campaign, who manages to get meetings with the chief council of the FBI via text in less than 24 hours, that he doesn't have the best legal team. Because he doesn't have the best. He doesn't have the best facts. It's really hard. So when he was indicted, the one count indictment, which was 27 pages, which is unusual. They came out. The specimen team came out and said, well, maybe baker didn't have a good memory. That was the FBI guy. Or we don't think we said that. We don't remember any later testified that he actually had a client. And then all of a sudden assessment in a filing just about a week ago says, ta-da, here's the text message. You
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"durham" Discussed on Cinemavino
"I just want to thank God to my man Jesus. She really helped sell you. So I'm curious to hear your guys thoughts and then we're going to talk about the line a little bit. So we'll go around the horror. The non sports guy. So I am going to keep accidentally referring to Kevin Costner's bull Durham because I was very upset that that wasn't somebody's name. What was his name? I wouldn't bull Durham. Yeah, crash. Crash and nuke. Yeah, I like this. Honestly, all I knew about this film is that it was kind of raunchy, and I was, you know, that I had heard from since I was like 15, I was like, oh, there's titties in it at some point. Now, like 40 year old Travis was very disappointed with him at a rock just. Yeah, I'm like, where's all the booty? It's tamed by today, Stan. It's 80s ranch. Yeah. Good band name. 80s raunch? Yeah. Tim Robbins humor. It just tickles me. He's such a goofy looking dude. I mean, lovely man. But I have never seen this film before. And I enjoyed it. I was surprised at how little baseball was actually in it. And I feel like I've seen derivatives of this movie, like everywhere. I'm sure homage is kind of launched the raunchy sports movie. Well, what? What other sports movies are raunchy? I mean, I think about major league, which happened next year. Oh. I mean, this is the same guy that I mean, it's not raunchy, but it's definitely a more adult sports film ten cup. The same writer director did this did that one. Oh, good call. I love paint cup. That's my baby. Because I guess the Ron Shelton's a guy named he used to play in the minor leagues before he became a sportswriter. So he based this on his experiences playing minor league baseball. Cheech Marin and Renee Russo. And.
"durham" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Welcome back to cinema vino. Wait for the crowd to die down for just a second. They're getting a little rowdy. So we've got the whole crew here for our first baseball series. Did you have to buy an organ for that? No, that was only old keyboard setting. Did a pipe organ and did a little echo effect on there, make it sound like we were in a baseball stadium very nice. Domain crowd effects. I don't think baseball stadiums have real organs anymore do that. I don't think so. That's sad. Or real hot dogs. Yeah, that's awesome. That's where the organs went. But they cost a very real $11. We need some Costco hot dogs. Yeah. About 50. I've been saying that for years. You know where things are cheaper? Minor leagues. Segue. And it's appropriate that we're kicking off with a minor league baseball movie bull Durham. Held by some people as the best baseball movie ever made. Really? Yeah, I don't know about that. It's definitely getting this team like when it came out. It was a minor hit, but then it's like it's been quoted. You see it on the sports center commercial stuff a lot since then. So it's definitely one of the more famous baseball movies. There's not actually much of a game baseball played. Some badass montages, some great montages. Today's cinema. We need way more money. Yes. Well, baseball is a long season. No, 161 games. One of the best ones in the movie. I've been talking about montages when we watch Jason Bateman and teen wolf too. That has a soundtrack and a Montage. He didn't play, he didn't play baseball. It'll bite your fucking nose off. Wait, what? No. He was a boxer in that one. They played basketball in the first one. We should do boxing movies. That would be good. Team wolf. Like boxing movies, or team wolf. Exclusively. Teen wolf. Werewolves planned sports. Who did it better? Air butter teen wolf. But I thought, okay, so team wolf, does he have any relation to elf? Are they part of the same kind of family, maybe? That's the same universe. Same universe. That's what I was figuring out. That's right. That's canon. Tay and I did go down a rabbit hole. We were like, was there a 1996 movie starring ALF?.
"durham" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"First cash Patel. Welcome back to Salem radio. Savage, great to be with you guys. I'm so happy that you are continuing to hammer on the truth in Russia. That's why we're here every single day for three hours as well as our newsmax show on Sundays. Cash. I'm going to run by you. The reaction I got just a few days ago from Joe di Genoa, a lot of us have lost hope with John Durham. They say, yeah, yeah, yeah, it's two years later. I get that COVID slowed him down. But talk to Joe, who's a former special counsel himself, former U.S. Washington attorney, U.S. attorney for D.C.. He said these indictments, the level of detail in these indictments, especially the most recent one of danchenko, speak to a very serious individual who's going to get to the bottom of it. You've been there. You uncovered the Russia hoax for the house. What's your reaction to the recent developments on Capitol Hill? Yeah, look I think that John Durham is spot on track. As a former federal prosecutor, too, who brought these types of large scale fraud conspiracy cases, I spent three four 5 years sometimes working up a case in John Durham is working on the biggest scandal in the United States presidential history. And in two years, he's got three indictments. And the other thing about these indictments, he's connected the DNC to the corruption at the FBI to the corruption of their lawyers to now directly corrupting or expose enough nature of Christopher steel in the source. And normally these indictments are about two, three, four, 5 pages long. 40 page indictment. Yeah. Issues on the latest go round because John Durham is speaking to the public. It's the only way he's legally allowed to do so. And he's highlighting to take Sullivan's of the world that Charlie Dolan of the world. All these corrupt actors that fusion GPS and Christopher Steele and mccabe abstract and page. It's all coming to life. So I think he's on the right path. I've said it before on my show cash's corner where I did a deep dive into the derm saga and I think he's only just getting
"durham" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Course not. We'd be behind bars for a substantial period of time. And it was disappointing. It's a federal judge. Who accepted point Smith, the FBI lawyer is guilty plea. Gave him probation, essentially saying, well, his life has been ruined as a lawyer and he's paying a high price that way. Sorry, but that's not good enough. Confinement behind bars is the appropriate punishment and yet incredibly in Washington especially on the federal bench. You tend to have a lot of lenient liberal judges and that that's what happened in the case. But wait and see what happens with sussman and 5 counts against danchenko. It's going to be a very tough case for him and his lawyers to defend and special counsel Durham seems to have the goods on him. Ryan, I believe it was a lawyer who fabricated or actually changed the date or the content of that CIA document. It was a suspended sentence in some community service, Greg. Yes, probation suspended sentence community service Kevin Klein Smith was his name and he'll never again be able to practice law with a record like that. I don't know if he's been disbarred yet or not. I have no idea. But when you plead guilty to lying in most jurisdictions, that means you get your ticket yanked forever. The question is, will he get that contributor ship with CNN or MSNBC, which seems to be the way things go if you are caught lying to the fence if you work for the fans like mccabe and others. We're talking to the author of the Russia hoax and a.
"durham" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Cash Fiona hill, who is she, and what is her involvement in this entire new saga of administering justice? I believe Fiona hill is the prime example of how we got things wrong in the Trump administration. She rose to the National Security Council during the Trump administration after coming off a tenure of at a think tank. That was just couldn't have been stood for more opposite word president Trump wanted. But here's why I feel the hill comes into play. Danchenko, the guy that sussman just indicted, he was Fiona hill's research assistant. Wow. Literally, work for her. Then, if that wasn't bad enough, Fiona hill is the person who connected danchenko to Christopher Steele and said, and fusion GPS and said, you guys should meet your two credible investigators and Intel people and media people. We just have a chat. Do you think someone with Fiona hills level of experience is just connecting to people to get a beer down the street? No, I believe it's the start of the operation. And then she embedded herself in the Trump campaign. And reminder to your audience, Fiona hill is the one who paraded around the Ukrainian impeachment hooks, right? Yes, that's right. She and vin Minh together start in that hoax charade. I was jettisoned into that hoax. I was running, I was deputy system the president and senior director for counter terrorism then. Greatest job ever running counter terrorism for president Trump. And somehow I was named the Ukraine whisperer in the media and holding court meetings with Trump on the Ukraine, which could not be more further from the truth and which is the basis of so many of my defamation lawsuits against political CNN and all that stuff you can read on fight with cash dot com. But this is why Fiona hill is so central. And if I were John Durham, I think he's already done this. Put her in a grand jury. Questioner under oath and see if she has any illegal connectivity to her sister steel and Dan tanker herself. What can we expect from this point forward? So is Durham wrapping up his investigation? There's still some skeptics out there, cash. There's still some cynics. Hey look, there'll be a couple process crimes, but don't hold your breath. You're not going to get a Comey. You're not going to get a struck. You're not going to get a page. You're not going to get him a cave. You're not going to get anyone from the senior level of the Clinton campaign. What do you think? Look, I've run these massive conspiracy, massive national security cases, and they take two. I spent two three four years on some cases. John Barnes in his second year. And he's working against literally everyone in government because Merrick Garland's Department of Justice doesn't want to prosecute this. And the Chris ray and the FBI don't want to. So I don't think you issue 40 page indictments for process crimes and tell the world what you're working on if you're just going to stop. That's my opinion. And remember to your audience, an indictment is the only way a prosecutor can tell the world what they're doing because they're not allowed to disclose their evidence. So John Durham has taken the time to methodically issue indictments totaling over a 101 hundred pages now for three people. That's it. And he's identified 15 individuals like the Clinton operative in the matter like Fiona hill like Michael sussman and the like, and I think that's why he's building a larger conspiracy. Now, look, I'm not married to this pipe dream that we're going to get Comey. I wish we could, but I unfortunately just don't think we have the Jews to do it. I do think we have a shot at Andy mccabe and that's probably why the likes of Peter strzok are out in the media now, parading around. Just like Christopher Steele did, parading around his false credibility, now Peter strzok's turn. And that should tell you something that may be something else that's coming down the pike. And in addition to that, they're doing everything they possibly can to protect through hiring them at MSNBC, Georgetown, CNN with Andy Mackay, it's like the entire media apparatus is trying to protect every single one of these people. So you have a great answer on where Durham is going and where all of this is I suppose, I guess the final question that most people have is Hillary Clinton, you know, all these people involved probably out of touch, but at the same time, you know, will we be able to get in the court of public opinion and showed that what they did to our country? Yeah, I think that's what the Durham report. And this is a great way to end it. So people are always asking for the derm report. I'm like, I don't want to see the Durham report right now. The Durham report comes at the end. The indictments come first. I want to see more indictments, and that's what John Durham is focusing on right now. In the derm report, what you do like Mueller did, but just John derm will actually do it using, you know, facts. Is you issue an accountability to the American people and basically say we didn't have enough evidence to get Hillary Clinton or James Comey, but you use facts to show these people were in the process and the derm report I think is going to be the home run that you see all that in. And it won't be an indictment of Hillary Clinton, but it will be an indictment of her in the court of public opinion. It's well said, cash, thank you for joining. Fight with.
"durham" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"To lie in dossiers, but not legal to present them to the fisa court, which I think is the next step, isn't it which is that then you're gonna start to get to all the sun okay, now did FBI agents present knowingly false information? Is that the next layer here? We've shown that. And that's what we said from the beginning, right? And it's only now starting to come out. The FBI and DOJ at the time were running the investigation against them. They said, no, no, no, we didn't know this. We didn't know steal leak to the media. We didn't know he was getting paid by the DNC. We didn't know he was corrupt and had a bias and hated president or the candidate Trump. We didn't know any of this stuff at the time. We used the FBI's own documentation that is now public and declassified thanks to our investigation to show that the FBI knew when they were presenting the information to the fisa court to get a search warrant. They knew Christopher Steele was not credible. They knew he had a bias. They knew the DNC was paying him. And we presented, here's the kicker. We presented all of those findings to the fiscal three, four years ago, the fisa court. And those judges told us to go pound sand. So I think John Durham is looking into that as well. Like you alluded to. Yeah. And so I guess then the peer struck Lisa page thing. Yeah. Peter struck was on MSNBC this morning. It was so disgusting to see. But I can't imagine he must be a little bit nervous because I'm just reading into this. This is allegedly, this is an accusation. This is not proven in the criminal sense, but my gut tells me it's true that the insurance plan that he was telling to his, you know, adulteress, you know, Lisa page as he was cheating on his wife. That he was that the insurance plan was danchenko. The insurance plan was the dossier, the insurance plan was all of this. Is that a step too far? Is that what he really said on MSNBC? Well, no, he didn't say it. He said the Internet. He said, let me tell you what he said the insurance plan before. This morning he said on MSNBC, this indictment invalidates all the wonderful work we did as investigators, whatever, whatever. I'm connecting two pieces together. The insurance plan he said in text messages, 5, 6 years ago, right? Remember the summer he said in a text message is so I didn't mean to conflate the two. But an MSNBC this morning, he looked rather nervous where he said, oh, no, now people are gonna try to invalidate the wonderful work we did at the Russia investigation because we're the greatest people ever. Can we play that clip Connor? Are we able to play that one 28? Listen to this if you can, cash, I think it'll tell you what we need to go. One 28. So my worry is that as Americans hear this news and they don't really know how the Russia investigation ended, they hear these concerns and they say, well, there must be a problem. And that's being picked up and amplified by people who are seizing on this to say see the entire effort. Everything Mueller did. Everything the FBI was nonsense. He was bogus. He was based on lies. And that just couldn't be further from the truth. Sorry. I can only stomach so much of that guy, but the only person that lied during his duties in FBI next to Peter strzok Annie mccabe and James Comey was Lisa page. The lovebirds who were cheating on their spouses was one another while leading one of the most politically explosive investigations. And he has the audacity to go on TV after we showed his investigation was tarnished by bias. Remember, this is the same guy that said, as you said, the insurance policy, he said, he texted his lover right shortly thereafter. We're not going to let president Trump win, are we? No, no, no. 1 million to zero. He's not going to win. So if you want to take this guy at his word that he's saying this investigation and the Durham indictment is destroying the credibility of his work. Peter strzok has as much credibility as danchenko and Christopher Steele. And the fact that MSNBC is still running it, validates our work in our findings and that's why he's running scared. I totally agree. They're basically a communications arm for the intelligence apparatus at this point is what MSNBC has become cash. I want you to stay for another segment, but I just want to first say everyone go to fight with cash dot com cash was the guy along Devon and also in the executive branch to uncover this garbage, this nonsense is collusion, this corruption, and the Democrats are angry and they're trying to come after cash in a variety of different ways. So there's a legal fund there. I want people to try to support if they can. It's fight with.
"durham" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Someone that understands the Russian collusion story better than anybody else and his predictions have been coming true and I push back against them very politely when he was on the show. He's a friend of mine cash, Patel, very smart guy American patriot. Cash are you with us? Yeah, Charlie, got you loud and clear and thanks so much for having me back on your show. Really appreciate it. The floor is yours, what have we learned this week with John Durham and these indictments? Well, as your show and your viewers have taken a great interest in John Durham, what he's been doing since we last talked was issue another indictment. And let's just rewind history for a little bit for those who haven't watched the plot against the president, spend 90 minutes of your life and learn about the biggest political scandal and how Devin Nunes and I expose that scandal in the United States history. So first, you have Christopher Steele, or let's back up one more step. You have fusion GPS and the democratic national party and Hillary Clinton campaign pay millions of dollars to obtain fraudulent information through a MI 6 asset Christopher Steele and pump that into the FBI and have the FBI intentionally lie to a fisa court. So you have a democratic political party. You have a foreign operative. You've got tens of millions of dollars, and you have our FBI and DOJ being corrupted. As if that wasn't bad enough, that was proven. Not just by the Nunes memo and the Russia gate investigation we did validated by the inspector general, but also John Durham indicted one of the attorneys who lied to the fist court for the surveillance warrant during the Trump campaign era. And then indicted just a couple of weeks ago, Michael sussman for lying to the FBI. Who's Michael sussman? Oh, he's the head lawyer for the DNC and Hillary campaign who was getting paid millions of dollars to shell. This information about the Russia gate hooks to the FBI and lied about it. And now we have this guy indicted danchenko. His name's not that important, but his position is. And if you recall, Christopher Steele did this terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos recently. We do go to try to resuscitate his credibility. And people were asking, why would he do that now? Because he knew this indictment was coming. And why does it matter? Because we already destroyed Christopher Steele's credibility in his lies. But you asked, where does Christopher Steele get his information from? Danchenko, this guy that was just indicted at lying to the FBI. 5 times over 5 counts in a federal indictment was Christopher Steele's primary source for the information that we knew was rather than to begin
"durham" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"From the opinion pages of the wall street journal. This is potomac watch. What the back kim. What about the timing of this indictment. I mean durham has been working on this probe for a long while and has been pretty silent while doing it and this is the first real step that he's taken but it's i mean. He hasn't wrapped up his investigation. So why bring this indictment now very simple answer to that. Is that charges of lying to the fbi. Have a five year statute of limitations. This meeting that happened between sussman and the f. b. i. general counsel happened on september nineteenth. So you can do the math He had to get it in last week or else he wouldn't have been able to file it nonetheless. It's actually very fascinating you know for those of us who watched this a long time Often when you have. Fbi charges of lying to the fbi. They're very short indictments They basically lay out what the lie was. They explain why the lie was the lie. You can do that in a couple of pages and you wrap it up One thing i would note is that this is not your usual lying to the fbi charge which is kind of important. I'm often very critical of those. Because in most cases you you know. The fbi has a target of an investigation or a witness. They call them in they interview them and if they can't get him on another charge they go back through the transcript and try to pick out some discrepancy and accuse him of lying to the fbi. This is an entirely different scenario which an individual is accused of proactively going to the fbi to feed them false information and to not be truthful about the reasons that they are there Which i think is notable nonetheless. You could have done this in a pretty quick. Little indictment the fact that durham went to one seven pages and laid out in detail. This bast kind of Situation and operation to go after the trump administration suggests that he is not done in that he is at least very least one or two things. Easy they're laying the groundwork for.
"durham" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"And they'll mcgurn on thursday john. Durham charged michael sussman. Who's an attorney at the perkins kui the law firm that represented the clinton campaign in two thousand sixteen. He's charged with lying to the fbi and he has pleaded not guilty Kim this is a bit of a complicated story. Can you break it down and give us a sense of what this indictment means sore. I think the best way to think of mr sussman is it. He is essence was legal representative of the clinton team in that he was a council Working on behalf of the clinton campaign and in september of two thousand sixteen he proactively arranged a meeting with then. Fbi general counsel james baker in which he handed over documents in which that he reported that they showed a secret. Internet communication between the trump organization and a bank in russia called alpha-bank. Now remember the timing of this is really important because this was just as the fbi began gearing up its investigation into the trump campaign which would lead to years of Trauma at hanging over the the trump presidency and this really added to the drama And the indictment says one of the problems is that mr sussman told the general counsel that he was not doing this work quote for any client and quote which led the fbi the general counsel to believe that he was just acting as a private citizen And not working as a political operative This was obviously false That's the basis of the false statements claim in particular because The indictment notes that by not explaining that he was a paid political operative Mr susman's lie quote deprived the fbi and quote of crucial information And lead them to continue pursuing this investigation Which obviously spiraled. Into everything that culminated into the bob mueller probe and bill the context there is that if you are sitting in f. b. i. Office and somebody comes to you..
"durham" Discussed on The Better
"Well, hey Jerry, welcome to show. How are you? I'm very well. How are you doing this beautiful? All day I can't complain. It's a Friday, right? Exactly. All right. So for those who don't know who Jerry Durham the PT is why don't you give us a little background on yourself off? What do we got? We got 27 years in the as a license pts for twenty-seven years in the profession. I early on worked in just about every month in there was except for Pediatrics and neuro rehab for about the first five to six years of my career and then finally went out on my own and then partnered up and down that Journey was about twenty year journey of business running a broad. I mean back up running a practice in a clinic and then running a business and then break out of that about five years ago now. Yeah, I think it's about five years. I get I get lost in the story but about five years ago and now working on basically wage. A game for lack of anything else taking everything I learned in hindsight from those twenty years and going here's the way you here's the way I did it wrong don't do this. And as you age both know and most people listening to this Healthcare tends to focus on the providers primarily and my big takeaway where I am now is this understanding this whole experience of the team roll the team role in patients success the team role and business success, you know, patient experience patient life cycle all those things and that's what I'm doing now. So yeah, it's been a long it's been I mean, it's been a long freaking journeyman twenty-seven years a long time. Yeah. Yeah, you've got a whole bunch of experience and I think it at one point I I found out about you cuz I was listening to a podcast years ago about you've taken your practice which was in network and then pulling into cash and all that and the importance of obviously understanding your patient relationship cycle your patient life cycle, whatever whatever you want to call log. To convert those patients to get them to come in and stay. So tell me a little bit then about your company you run now, it's called the client experience company. Right? Right. So back to what you said just for context for everybody about twelve years ago where and by the way, I don't tell this story as the guy who walked up the hill and snow both ways to school and just for context and I'm not here to say it's easier now, it's harder now. It's anything I just want everybody to understand so about twelve years ago, right? I went out and network and no joke people that nobody even knew without a network box. Right? Nobody was using the word cash practice cash PT everybody, you know, if there was a cash practice it was like a dinky little office with a dinky little person who like had all their clients were judged according clients. Yeah, like 10 people, right? So we made a business decision to go out and network. It was strictly business. Can't remember who the first I think it was wage. That was our first contract that fell below our cost of doing business. So I was like it was an easy. This is what's funny. It's you know, you read all these things and people like I don't know what to do. Do I take insurance or life insurance. I'm like, it's a business decision. It's based on your client and write what you need to generate to pay your bills if Blue Cross is contract is $75 per visit and it costs you $80 to deliver care. That's a no-brainer. I can't yeah exactly at work with them. So twelve years ago, and that's really where the Where I look back and reflect where I was like hm. I gotta do something different and that's where this all patient experience thing and the front desk and then realizing which probably a lot this is the beauty every time I do this like every year that goes by more people are nodding their head going. Yeah, I get that and I'm like, that's cool because when you're ago two years ago three years ago people like I did not get it or that's not true. But this understanding that you know, if If Jerry calls your clinic that that first touch point right the front desk the journey starts there. So the patient success starts Thursday the business success. It's I call it I caught the entry point to the business everybody, you know used to be used to be everybody thought the entry point was well when when they get in the room with the provider with Brad and I'm like, yeah that first experience with the clinician, right? Yeah, and that was already goes I went through that right? Oh, yeah, and I went through that for a long time in my business. We're all I cared about was the providers right home. And so, you know just learning the value of all of a sudden wait a minute we managed and set expectations before they arrived we build trust before they arrived what I call a team Alliance instead. They're reputed client and while look at this magically here's the beauty of it patient numbers improved and buy pay sorry patient measurements patient success. So, yep. Getting better people happier all that stuff improve yet. Then my business metrics change. So I was like what's going on? Right? And that's been that last twelve thirteen years. It took me all that time to start equating. This change here was because of this right going further Upstream. It was like, wow, we changed the first phone call and we stopped getting billing complaints. It wasn't a billing issue. So things like that and that's off the company the client experience company does right we come in we look at the whole kit and caboodle. We look at your whole process, right? Do you understand who your ideal client is do you understand and it could be multiple. Do you understand what you're serving them with right? Cuz no man. Nobody wants physical therapy, right? Everybody wants a solution and then looking at the life cycle and then look up the system's you've built in to create an experience that you want your clients to help
"durham" Discussed on The Better
"And successful after they come through our clinics or through our health care organizations or hospitals or whatever. So my guess this week is Jerry Durham. He's a physical therapist and he's been in the field for about 12 a.m. 728 years give or take is a licensed clinician and what really makes him unique and what what I why wanted to get him on the show here is that he used to run off three physical therapy clinics out in California and over time given just the pressures from third-party payers and increased productivity domains and decreasing reimbursement levels off. He took all three of those clinics and turned them basically out of network so cash-based practices. So as a result of that move, he really had to understand patient experience. How do you sell in healthcare which is something that we don't really talk about maybe that's an episode for for the future about selling and Healthcare, but he had to really understand how do we get patients or perspective patients who might call the front desk and turn them into patients that show up for their appointments that are engaged in treatment and that, you know complete their course of care, which is dead. If you read anything that I do or if you worked with me as a client, you know, that's super super important to me. That's what I'm all about right patient retention patient engagement. So we had a great conversation around what a clinic or an organization can do specifically with their support staff their front staff members when they're back office members to help facilitate or help create a culture or environment where patients are more likely to show up there more likely to be engaged in treatment and the more likely to have a positive experience in your clinic and in your facility. So if that sounds like something interesting to use something you want to learn more about than stay tuned for the episode and we'll chat with him about what he calls front desk success. So without further Ado, here's Durham from the client experience company talking about front desk success. Well, hey Jerry, welcome to show. How are you? I'm very well. How are you doing this beautiful? All day I can't complain. It's a Friday, right? Exactly. All right. So for those who don't know who Jerry Durham the PT is why don't you give us a little background on yourself off? What do we got? We got 27 years in the as a license pts for twenty-seven years in the profession. I early on worked in just about every month in there was except for Pediatrics and neuro rehab for about the first five to six years of my career and then finally went out on my own and then partnered up and down that Journey was about twenty year journey of business running a broad. I mean back up running a practice in a clinic and then running a business and then break out of that about five.
"durham" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"The. Very special episode here on the show. We recorded this live via facebook video by a youtube. At the same time, we did it to kick off the next conference. which this year is virtual normally would be with a lot of you guys out. It's conferences. This year was going to be a phoenix bummed really wanted to go to Arizona, but we we jumped on the virtual platform like a lot of things. Right work meetings virtual. Happy Hour with your family and friends figured. Hey, why not do it this way? So we stacked up the guest list. We got it ready to rock and roll and this episode and the next five episodes. That will release are all from that so this episode here. Batting leadoff was Jerry Durham I. Don't know if Jerry needs an introduction, but we give them one. Jerry coming out hot, really the question. We wanted to ask with him focusing so much on the patient experience. How's that going to change post? Cove it the world is changing literally as I'm recording right now. By the time you actually downloaded here, this world might have changed again. So how are we going to pivot and change to make sure we focus on? On our patients Jerry dives in deep with that one first round is brought to you by Owens recovery science there a single source for PT's looking for certification and personalized blood, flow, restriction, rehabilitation, training and the equipment. You need to apply it properly in your clinical practice also want to say thanks for sponsoring the show. Our friends at Arias medical staffing. If you're looking for a position somewhere in the fifty states and a lot of you are right now. Reach out to oreos orients. They've been doing this for a couple of decades. placing people short term assignments long term assignments they got you covered all right, so I'll take a look at what they have now at a U. R. E. US. Medical Dot com again. That's a U. R.. E. US medical dot com start to show. Ladies and Gentlemen We are excited to have you here with us tonight as we try something completely new, a one hundred percent live in unedited broadcast of our show featuring. Eight physical therapists from around the country over the next ninety minutes. My name is physical therapist. Jim Mckay A. WE thought it would be pretty insensitive. Not to acknowledge the current climate around our country as we start the show right now in the United States is in the midst of turmoil, protests are taking place as we speak in cities across the country challenging social injustices. We had the option of cancelling this event, but We decided to proceed to bring some semblance of connectedness to our community online of physical therapists, physical therapist, assistants and students from around the country and around the world. into PLO also amplify the voices of our colleagues. You can see. We've decided as a team behind the scenes and on camera to wear black as an entire show staff, many colleagues around the world are doing so as well in a show of solidarity with those who have been and continue to be mistreated. If you've seen the post circulating around the profession prompting blackout where those in support wear black and share why this social issue matters to you, that is what we're referencing. Please free to share those comments in the comments this broadcast on facebook. For the next ninety minutes, we hope to bring the profession together. And share in some learning. With that being said, thank you so much for joining. Let's start to show..
"durham" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"Org the most undervalued most miss understood because it can end your business practice planning is your front desk and they will return the largest. Roi For you. So rather than what visit tapes to walk down on that first and searching conversation like You're in for a treat this one. If you've got kids and you planet onto speaker maybe Ear Buffet Right. So let's say in old school earmuffs. Right Jerry Durham on the show. Never shy and if we tried to bleep out all his curse words. Well we'll just sound like Swiss cheese so we're GONNA let it rip. This one is going to be a little explicit because Jerry's passionate that's the where will use just motivated about really. I guess if you summed up Jerry motivated by the client experience and We get into the new ventures really. Why he's motivated by this and then during the show we really walk through kind of his like ten point script of how the first phone call the first phone. Call into your clinic. No matter what setting needs to go to create a relationship not booking appointment not so you're GONNA get why making the difference. They're not book an appointment when you to begin a relationship and we reference data yet. Jerry asks me out on a date. It'll make sense. Just take a listen episode. Brought to you by our friends at Owens recovery. Science there are single one. Stop solves everything. If you're looking for certification education research all of it the blood flow restriction rehabilitation trading. If you've heard about it. And you want to find out more Johnny Owens and his team at Owens recovery science their location to go to number one stop you can get certified there with John and his team teaching courses around the country around the world major sports. Ncwa athletes working in clinics big and small. Add to your toolbox now owens recovery science dot Com plus the equipment. You need to apply it properly in clinical practice. The website Owens recovery science dot com and Johnny's got his new podcast. I tunes take. Listen to that as he gets deep in conversation about BEF ARE AGAIN. Owens recovery science dot com broadcasting to physical therapists around the world heard in over one hundred thirty five countries with more than one million downloads and counting is this is the. Pt Pint cast the best conversations happen at happy hour. Welcome to ours. May I introduce to introduce you to? Here's your host physical therapist. Jimmy Mackay though how we doing man going really well dude. I was really a grateful and thankful for that. Message you sent. I was like you know. I hope it will help you in ways but I was like this could be a huge benefit for me so I'm thankful for that. I think you have a lot to say on social media thing about social media. That's great is it's fast. It's in the moment it's conversational and then drawback especially with twitter is like once that conversation happens it just Kinda goes away. You know what I mean like you. Scr- it's impossible to punch. Yeah it's hard. I used to be able to find shit all the time. Now you know what I do now. Literally Dude which is unreal. I take screen shots. Shit I WANNA go back to you which means I have now created another platform though so to your point. No one else is doing it. So what are you into right now? Let's talk about what's on your stack yuks because whenever you do in a facebook live. People don't follow you online. Here's what I notice because I I usually just kind of click and I just listened and I walk around the house and do I ever ellison but what I always notice that. The constant thing is a stack of books in the back right corner of your screen always changes. So He's getting bigger. Yeah you know it's It's you know it's fun and has had the most impact on me. In the last two months I read the fleet kind of memoir I had yesterday. I bought not afraid the evolution of imminent and it's actually kind of a follow to the first book. This guy wrote like ten years ago. Man. That's cool and what I'm interested about pre game. So My beastie boys went into rock and Roll Hall of fame seems like forever ago. I literally bought tickets and planned everything without looking at. Who else was GONNA go in until like a month before Chili Pepper Chili.
"durham" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Janet L Reno named John Durham is a special prosecutor to investigate the FBI's Boston offices informants Durham formed a task force and brought in FBI agents from other offices in December two thousand Durham revealed. Secret FBI documents that convinced a judge to vacate the nineteen sixty eight murder convictions of four other F B I informants because they had been framed by Robert Muller's FBI in two thousand seven to help protect Whitey Bulger from being exposed as an FBI informant. That's what all of those people were kept in jail for. Documents helped Salvatori lemon and their families. And the two other men who had died in prison when a one hundred one point seven million dollars civil judgment against the government. Robert Muller the third. How did the guy ever end up being the special pride kept four innocent people in jail for years? To protect the informant status of Whitey Bulger. A mass murdering Boston mobster who ended up dying in California. And it ended up costing the government one hundred million dollars plus in civil judgments. So if you ask me bar could not have picked a man with better experience, not only has Durham going up against the FBI and one before and even Muller he has investigated the FBI's use of informants, which played a large role in the inception of the FBI's case against the Trump campaign as we all this seems like an inspired choice. And as I say, Fox News is reporting that they're sources telling them that John Durham has been on the job for weeks. The US attorney appointed to examine the oranges of a Russian investigation has been working on his review for weeks. A person familiar with the process told Fox News today. He is there to probe all intelligence collection activities related to the Trump campaign during the two thousand sixteen presidential election. So this has a lot of people very very nervous. In addition to this. The just recently retired deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is out making speeches, and he is unloading on James Komi just unloading on him. In remarks to the greater Baltimore committee on Monday night, a slammed commes turn as a partisan pundit reiterating that Komi deserve to be fired and faulted him for trampling bright lines that should never be crossed. This is in large part due to call me is now famous press conference on July fifth where he went out there enlisted everything they have discovered in their investigation of Hillary Clinton her server and emails, and then announced they weren't going to charge her and that no prosecutor would because they couldn't find any intent. Now, folks, this is a violation of so much. If you're not going to charge somebody you do not detail. What you think they did you don't destroy them? You don't ruin them. If you think you don't have that he wasn't doing that. In Hillary's case. In Hillary's case. He was doing this to exonerate her. This investigation of Hillary Clinton was bogus from the get-go. They were never going to find anything other ways to exonerate her. And that's what Komi did. And he took the position actually assumed the role of the attorney general because in his mind. Loretta Lynch, had compromised herself by meeting with Bill Clinton and the plane tarmac out in Phoenix. So she had corrupted herself in a sense. So Komi took it upon himself to go out there and announce the results the investigation, and he listed a number of things that Hillary had done that were illegal. But that there was going to be prosecuted. So he essentially exonerates her. And broS in stain his speeches. This is not the job of the attorney general this flouts Justice department guidelines in many ways, it is not the job of the FBI director determine who gets charged, and who doesn't it certainly isn't the job of the department of Justice to hold a national press conference to air dirty laundry on somebody not being charged which by the way is exactly all that's happened to Donald Trump. I mean, you violations of those guidelines and regulations continue to this day. Rosenstein, formerly stepped aside as deputy AG a couple of days ago. I I'm sure he's been chomping at the bit. Get out there, and and speak his speech. Specifically took aim at commes comments earlier this month. Implying that himself Rosenstein and Bill bar lack the inner strength. To resist the compromises necessary to survive, Mr. Trump. This is what Komi has been saying about both Rosenstein in bought as though he is Mr. integrity is, oh, he is the definition of our national morality as though James Komi is our national conscience, and it's obviously going to this guy's head because these tweets that he sent out with these words are accompanied by Komi being pictured in the forest in the woods looking to the tree tops for inspiration. All by himself out alone amongst nature and tweeting his belief that both rod Rosenstein and Bill bar lack the inner strength to resist the compromises necessary to serve Donald Trump. Komi also really ripped into Rosensteins character and suggested his soul had been consumed in small bites. This was during the CNN town hall the other night and on previous occasions commes up there talking about these guys this way, he's the one has been fired. He is the one who's been disgraced he's acting. He's been martyred. And is speaking as the ultimate victim number one. As I mentioned he has now taken to posting numerous photographs of himself out in the forest out in the woods, staring wistfully at trees and roadways since leaving public office. He has been showered with media attention in recent months and his book earned him over two million dollars Rosenstein said last night. Now, the former director is a partisan pundit selling books in earning speaking fees, while speculating about the strength of my character in the fate of my immortal soul. That is disappointing speculating about Seoul's is not a job for police and prosecutors generally we base our opinions on I witness testimony. Rosenstein emphasized. They didn't dislike Komi, and maybe even admired him in the past. But he said that the former FBI director is handling of a Hillary Email investigation was a grievous and defining professional error Komi has gotten a pass on all of this from the drive-by media. Here comes Rosenstein for the longest time people thought Rosenstein and Komi rub the same page. There were a lot of people thought Rosenstein was in on the hawks in on the scam to get Trump because he had hired Muller. And now Rosensteins taking the occasion of his recent retirement or resignation from the department of Justice to on low. Let's go to the audio soundbites now that Trump has as as named John Durham. Look, he's not called a special counsel. But he may as well be one. And let me reiterate this guy's experience is investigating the FBI investigating informants and their use investigating the corruption in the FBI. And don't forget he found that Robert Mueller kept four people innocent people in jail four years to protect the informant status. Of Whitey Bulger in those people ended up suing her families two of them died in jail, by the way. Two of them got out once this was discovered, and there was a civil series of civil suits that cost the government a hundred million dollars. Well, a little tour of the audio sound bite roster today, we'll show what a home run. This choice is first let's start on CNN today. John Berman bringing in the former director of national intelligence, James Clapper question. Do you think this kind of investigation is warranted? Mr. for STAN line, take a number to do investigation of the investigators. There's already one substantial investigation, which is I understand nearing completion being conducted led by the department Justice inspector general now, we're starting other investigations at that one is completed we're kind of losing sight of what was the cause of all this the product for all this was the Russians dozens of cases where Russian operatives some of whom were known to be. Intelligence connections. We're trying to engage with the Trump campaign. That's what the concern was was a predicate for this not Mr. Clapper looked. I don't really blame him for continuing. This this fantasy? It was never about this. It was never about the Russians at tempting to interfere in the election. The Russians are in tempting to the Chinese are attempting to interfere in our trade policy, the Russians attempt to interfere in everything. There's nothing new here. And there was certainly nothing unique here, and there was nothing that had not happened before. And there was nothing that could be specifically tied to Trump. This has been a political operation from day one. The Steele dossier is all they have it's a political opposition product. And there's never been anything Lee. This has never been a criminal investigation. Even they admit that they called it a counterintelligence investigation. It's always been nothing. But political the Justice department has been weaponized or was. Is weaponized by agents opposed to Donald Trump? The criminal Justice system was used as a political operation, and it was hidden under the disguise of a legitimate intelligence investigation. So people were led to believe that there was really serious intelligence that the Russians tampered with the election and colluded with them was never proven. There was never any evidence of it. It was totally politicized. At now, here's Clapper the predic- for all this was the Russians dozens of cases where Russian operatives some of whom are known to tell connections were trying to engage with the Trump campaign. He can say that because the Russians always do that. There's nothing unique about it. What he doesn't say as the Trump campaign resisted every one of their scams these things that Clamper is talking about were performed by F B I informants. It was FBI informants and attempted to get involved in the Trump campaign who are then going to call their contacts in Russia. So as to so-called prove a connection or collusion, but the other thing he said here that is very interesting to me. He said, I don't know why they're doing this. Now, there's all ready one substantial investigation. Which I understand is nearing completion. And that's the inspector general investigation of the Faisal warrant process that was abused, and perhaps corrupted here, and what Clamper is saying is why are we doing this while that investigation is ongoing. What he is implying. Here's why don't we wait to see what that turns up before doing this? I have an answer. It's a theory. It's not an answer. It's a theory. My theory is that bar already knows much of what the I g report is going to say, and that is the reason for hiring Durham, I think we've all had advance knowledge of some of the things that the inspector general's. How like yesterday's leak was that? The I g investigation will focus on a lot of media complicity in this whole Pfizer and Russia collusion story. So I think.
"durham" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Pass up in here. This is the foul shot high rebound the flooded into the hands of Carter. Here comes Peter kiss off the pass up the near sideline stops throwing up. Top me guarded by Smith. Couple of dribbles picks up give to McConnell Caleb on the far sideline. Looking for space. Finding Marie in the left corner. Eugene spitting on the baseline guarded by Smith. Ours is way in any walked. Five turnovers half for Rutgers. Yep. Head for the game. The shame of that is he was in so deep it would have been an easy to you at that point. Fantasy gets screened from Davis works to the right? Come back to the nearside. Now. Davis left to the lane guarded by Carter shack hands in the air. And Davis goes right around in the puts it in. Davis is you cheese. Six ten to fifty five and he's all of that Anderson in the game for Indiana kiss. Has it gets to the paint dockside Durham right into the face of Davis? Lob the ball down low Carter catches shoots Powell to kinda got himself caught underneath the basket. So perhaps a bailout foul Carter will go to the line with Rutgers trailing seventy to fifty Davis picks up the foul. That's his third foul teams. Eight. So Carter to the line where today four for four accounting for all four of his points. The first free throw is good one of the rim off the glass and went through Lankford returns for Indiana. So does Durham physi- is out and Anderson after a short little bursts, come back out Jerry talk about where this program is Indiana near pregame talk just think about this and saying look we walked twice to Rutgers. Progresses program has made struggling today. Second free. Throw was good for Carter. Eighteen point game. Seventy to fifty two hoosiers eight thirty to play here in the second the low pressure here. Indiana breaks through it bu-but, right? Lankford wide open corner threes. Good marches lead of the game. Now twenty one Indiana seventy three fifty two. Twenty to go with the second. Best shot. He needs to be a good throw a tunnel. Hit foul. So Caleb will go to the free throw line in shoot a pair. He's got ten points on the afternoon three of five before three line. Good aggressive move. That time got the ball and head of the circle on the right side and just cross dribbled and drove into the lane. And just shot the ball over top of green is a little smaller than he is at six three. Second foul on green. There comes McConnell, I two I went up and no good. Rutgers has done a good job on the line today. Fifteen of twenty. They're coming in. They were six and two in big ten play when they shot nineteen or more free throws second one good for McConnell while they've done that today, but they find themselves down by twenty seventy three to fifty three. The problem is the other shut twenty six of them. Way to play in the second green on the left side shovel pass up topper Davis. He's not gonna shoot that. Hand the ball off the Durham top of the key the lob down low for green catches and spins it in a beautiful play. Excellent play there. Indiana continues to build on their largest lead. Now, twenty two seventy five fifty three. Marie driving on the left lane. The left to the lane has poked way behind into the hands of green in the front court has the shot blocked away by McConnell quit on it. And we get a timeout Indiana bowl and the other side of the break, delete seventy five fifty three Rutgers basketball learfield. IMG college. Bye. Zero sugar with great coke taste. Can.
"durham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And again, I'd say. From Durham, North Carolina. How is this? The first time we've done this show in the great state of North Carolina. Where Marietta American classics such as good old mountain dew have been written slash excavated slash expanded upon by people like Scotty, Wiseman and Bascom Lamar Lunceford who sounds like he wrote that song doesn't he? Durham in addition to being the longtime home of my first record label sugar hill. Is of course, one of the three points of the Research Triangle Research Triangle, so named for all the universities in out and around Durham Raleigh and Chapel Hill, which has me thinking about my college experience. I went to Murray state university in Murray Kentucky for three short semesters each one more revelatory than the last. I was walking oxymoron a conservative Christian music major. Half. My friends were teetotalling drug-free sexually abstinent praise song belting ultimate frisbee, slinging warriors of Christ. And the other half were musicians. Late to class open to anything experimenting with everything including each other. The best though was seeing them all interact. I would lead them in single logs on the steps of a mini amphitheater outside of one of the dorms. I wanted to show the ladies of Murray state that I meant business, which I most certainly did not. Except for some hot hot hand holding. So..