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"And S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most emulating talk really quick little update the chances on Friday about this this mesa couple the media saying Phoenix Phoenix bigger than mesa blah blah blah blah blah well it turns out I get you know the couple that did they took the fish tank cleaner the husband died the wife went to the hospital in critical condition with and she's she's gonna survive well apparently the husband they've only been married I mean maybe ten twelve years something like that he was a an engineer for John Deere in Iowa for years smart guy mechanical engineer Gary lineage was his name Washington free beacon had this story only he was married to this woman named Wanda she's the one that brought in that that poison concoction right that she took and he took is there more to this Washington free beacon interviewed three people that knew Gary they knew well one Fred said quote what bothers me about this is that Gerry was a very intelligent man retired engineer design systems for John Deere in Waterloo Iowa I really can't see the scenario or Gerry would say yes please I'd love to drink some of the quay fate quite fish tank cleaner doesn't make any sense I really don't think Gary knew what he was taking whoa another source told the washing freebie can wander would constantly berate carry in public everyone was embarrassed for him but he outwardly didn't seem to care much in our opinion their marriage was seen I would need to be as one sided as the marriage could possibly be Gerry worship Wanda and she would routinely column to do fifteen humiliate him in public do my wife watches snapped where the how the wife always kills the husband was gets caught things like this you know eating any freeze in the water in his food little by little it was killing him over months a friend a ledge wanted displayed fury that manifested itself in various ways the guy like to build area you know model airplanes she destroyed them she destroyed them that he didn't get angry just jump the planes are couldn't be fixed in a fix the rest they said we knew Gary never get upset but they're like it makes no sense that he would just randomly drink this poison they were married okay so there are new year two thousand so nineteen years right seven months after they got married in the year two thousand Waterloo Iowa police showed up at their home for a domestic violence incidents they argued they apparently argued about possibly divorcing and then the wife Wanda allegedly hit her husband in the chest and swung amounted birdhouse Adam that's from the responding officers court affidavit show the media jobs of the soul they did this because the trump is how much do you want to bet that they were something now there's some shenanigans going on here the wife middle poison cocktail the husband said take this or maybe even nobody was taking right maybe she did know apparently a friend said the washing free beacon Gerry loved one he trusted to do the right thing aye Daddy second guessed when she gave him the Cork when he also confided in a friend about a week before he died if anything ever happened one day he would be getting remarried that's how happy he was in his marriage some fishy going on there literally literally it wouldn't surprise me if the investigation took place in something happened because of it but that's just me all right we're gonna get to us some more stories but this restaurant that opened up hi into we don't care and what did what did law enforcement do in this restaurant opened up I'll tell you coming up.
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"And S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk no so there is a there's a couple stories I wanna hit with theirs yes some really good stuff and I I I want to get some good news stories tomorrow if you have good news please share with us so we can we can share with the rest of the nation tomorrow I'd like to do some good news on Fridays and then you know kind of spoil that with bill o'reilly by the way tell Riley he did watch the tiger king oh really he's going to come with his report tomorrow yeah he's pissed off about it I know you not happy about it yeah well yeah he's not happy about it and I kind of figured it might not enjoy it now yeah he did not enjoy it at a so it will cover that with bill Reilly tomorrow does that are you out when you talk about good news you talking about the new style of of appointments at the doctor we can look forward to some kind of pumped up about this it's so much more efficient new right okay what are the I didn't the new style of doctor appointment yeah it's it's it's it's really cool idea and I think it would work really well through this crisis they're doing this a lot of countries with single payer health care now and because Bernie Sanders dropped out does not mean we can't move in this direction I know Joe Biden's talk about a big expansion to government health yeah sure sure maybe we can get here too which is instead of having a you know sometimes when we've been doing this for a while were you have a doctor's appointment you go in with a doctor to just you and the doctor in the room the first of all crazy why would you do that let me give you a different exciting idea what if I had a cold yeah you had a cold and let's say in a dozen other people had a cold why do we all need to go for fifteen or fourteen different appointments when we can go all in a room at the same time with the same doctors and he can kind of just right he was a little spiel once to all of us now so I am looking for the where where does this go look I'm looking as fit I know where this is going from this is coming from the new book arguing with socialist this is crazy it is all ages at I. two oh four yeah I was reading the yesterday and it's like this is I I mean this is what I had never even heard of where like anything about it in context of what's going on now covert nineteen you know the people they're only testing people with symptoms right we're not testing a symptomatic people basically this points would have enough tests so testing people who think they might have over nineteen of those people about twenty percent do so then you're talking about a doctor's appointment with fifteen people in the appointment only three actually have covert nineteen but when they walk out it's really efficient all fifteen of them will have covered nineteen which sounds wonderful I can't wait for them to.
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"T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk so we are looking at another six point five million Americans who have lost their jobs or and or applying for unemployment this week that we're probably right now Thomas at another probably busy between twelve and fifteen percent unemployment when we see the numbers on the first of may and it doesn't seem like it's going to get any better and they're still talking about four to eight weeks you know under lock and key the Congress says they want to give more I've been talking to people that are losing their restaurants are losing everything have not been able to get in line for a loan because the money is all gone should the government be making these loans we should be doing it because we are encouraging the governors to keep doing what they're doing which is to shut down the economy they're gonna end up starving people the governors are you're already seeing people committing suicide because they can't get medical help or they're locked down the builders hello he wants he wants a fifteen percent increase in nav under million to local governments and a hundred fifty billion a hospital I think so should she wants to add another quarter of a trillion today at but the problem you know it sounds like it's humane and it's and it's the right thing to do is to give all this money away but if there's a creepy doesn't make the food grow it doesn't get the factories running we're going to run out of things that support life on this planet so how do you how do you balance this because if I eat yeah I you know I understand that kind that back to me is critical infrastructure farm farming you know slaughterhouses food processing all of that that's critical infrastructure but I I wasn't the one who shot my business down the government told me to shut it down done the government have a responsibility to reimburse me for all that I lock three weeks ago I was having the best year of my life now I don't know if I can even open my business again do I do I get anything back from the government don't they have a responsibility constitutionally even that's a great point but here's the problem if the governors who have shut things down and it's the federal government is trying to make you whole there's no feedback loop the governors are not suffering said now affects of their politics and so we are we are sustaining their malice that state so we put them in this moral hazard the governor's wife understand that he had to fall in line like the day after the stimulus thing passed he had no other options it said that the problem we're in and we're just pushing these governors to keep doing it if the government had to make people whole for what they are doing they would they would start coming up with sensible policy instead of staying stuck on stupid so a are there places like New York that should be shut down and that is after the governor Bjork and they said that you know whatever happens there they have to sustain that in New York every state every governor has that different policies could be no misguided as the policy disputable for her state the problem is offensive proposing one policy if there's a role for government grants I think it's been getting these masks out there it's been getting the steps out there in publishing the data it's impacting the city's not all right I don't yeah I don't know if you're you're at like Chernobyl or where you are but let me ask you one quick question talking to congressman Thomas Massie I can not get an answer on the way down and I can't get an answer now on the way out what are the tripwires what has to happen for these states and the government to start recommending that we all go back to work as you know the numbers are all trending in the right place okay great we don't want to come back too soon I get it but can you please find out what the trip wires are Thomas because no one will give it it's all it's all arbitrary I asked about the fallacy that question a few days ago he said it with hospital admissions when they start to crack now but the problem is that there is a specified now name he's off his medication fades and wears after.
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"K. in S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk ladies and gentlemen the media do not have the issues that concern you at the forefront of their reporting the key committee defense this captain who was removed and who unfortunately has the virus and yet people who heard his diatribe to his men and women on that boat on the USS Theodore Roosevelt are shocked at some of the things he had to say the way he said it the way he leaked into the media you simply cannot have commanders to conduct themselves that way but the the media go for the gaps they go for the differences they they take the cracks in one a creek canyon's and so he was the subject of numerous Sunday shows just like the subject of whether or not we should be able to use chlorine Clinton the president who's not a doctor time is Andrew Cuomo Dr when he said that you can only get it from a doctor in a hospital what's different with a doctor at a hospital in a doctor who's not in the hospital in terms of prescribing this kind of medicine if they're qualified to qualify I don't have to be in a hospital that just makes it very very difficult for somebody to have access to it if they and their doctor believe they want to try now I want explain something when this is all said and done I'm not a hundred percent but all said and done enough we're gonna look at how the media hysterically has has dealt with this trying to look for reasons to attack the people who are trying to fix this and address this including the president we're gonna look at the demands for nationalizing our industries we're gonna look at the demands for having a national stay at home edict from a present United States coming out a media figures we're gonna we're gonna look at all the fascistic demands of the media of the left of the Democrats certain fascistic conduct particular among Liberal Democrat governors are beyond belief and we're gonna fix this because we not only have a country with some very sick people in it we now have a country that is trying to institutionalize the fundamental transformation of a constitutional Republic to something else when the last time any of these news people long table their gas from The New York Times or The Washington Post spoke about civil liberties when's the last time when's the first time what is the first time they explain federalism that it's the governor's under our constitution under our traditions and our practices that are responsible for the hospitals in their states that it's the governor's that have taken control from the private sector from these private hospitals decision making about their equipment their beds qualifications for doctors and all the rest as we pointed out here the other day FEMA they need to come into existence Intel nineteen seventy nine until nineteen seventy nine governors had opportunities to acquire ventilators almost to a man and a woman they chose not to governors had opportunities to expand their hospitals in the number of beds in hospitals and I see you unit they've chosen not to governors can have a lot of say in how many doctors there will be certified and qualified in their states and we're gonna have a shortage of doctors what are they doing about it absolutely nothing I've talked to you before about this electromagnetic issue which will make this look like a walk in the park horrific over ten thousand people dead but I like trick magnet magnetic issue shutting down entire lecture on the griddle affect every quarter this country you're not gonna be able to eat you're not gonna clean water you're not going to electricity you will be able to communicate there will be no internet.
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"And S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk all right so bill I agree with you one hundred percent that all of these decisions should be made at the local level and it bothers me that all of these governors have been begging the president to you know the call up the National Guard for their states I think a lot of these I'd Candace Owens on yesterday and she said I think you know I'd like to see it noticed that all of the states that are begging for all this money are the ones that are on the verge of bankruptcy and they're getting giant bailouts from the government I think all of these things have to be made at a local level but you have the you have states like Virginia that have now said you could go to jail for leaving your house that's insanity insanity yeah they're not going to enforce that but they're doing it you know to scare people to stay inside but not I agree that local and state by state that should be the primary deciders and how the people are directed to fight this pandemic but you're not getting any kind of honesty in a report Todd how much time do we have you've got about four or five minutes for far I get okay so at the national level you're seeing now a movement to destroy a Donald Trump as a viable contender in November for reelection you seeing that driven by the media The New York Times Washington post Boston globe Boston globe editorialize week trump has blood on his hands because he didn't sound the alarm soon enough you are here are the facts I want you in studio write them down ready yeah I got my pen right here okay all right so president job and I'm not trying to get him reelected I just want the truth president trump's stopped slides from China on January thirty first got it at the same time Italy stopped flights from China to the Italian peninsula those are the only two countries that did that not one world leader not one in January sounded the alarm and neither did the World Health Organization attached to the U. S. no one sounded the alarm to trump which first in stopping flights from China first K. between January first when the Wuhan virus was announced in February twenty fifth the fourth democratic debate of two thousand twenty not one Democrat mentioned the pandemic in the three debate not one not one moderator questioner asked a question about it not one these are facts one in the media no one in the Democratic Party between new year's day and February twenty third at Jack nothing the blaze and Riley dot com on January twenty second bullet sounded the alarm independently of each other I didn't know you did that the same day that's pretty early January twenty second but no Democrats did Andrew Cuomo the first time he sounded an alarm was early March now the movement is the federal government the trump administration Hey that this severity of the disease what based on what you have a CIA report issued this week that says the Chinese communist government actively misled everyone about the severity of the pandemic so how would anyone know it is just staggeringly dishonest and I took the plane into a truck okay and I told him exactly what I told you it doesn't matter they still let him what was your daughter what is a clear buoyant Getty read lines he what is the first world leader check it out not one other world leaders sounded the alarm before Donald Trump stop those flights that's the truth I remember bill thank you for this I I remember hearing him stop flights from China and the world reacted that he was a racist and then I remember having my breasts taken away when he said I'm starting all I'm stopping all flights from Europe which everybody complained about and said was reactionary and I remember hearing it thinking oh my gosh this is serious I can't imagine a president doing that he was way ahead and everybody must import back with Hillary back well you know it's.
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"Right here can S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two songs the most stimulating talk thanks rang an ounce mid eighties today some clouds out there about eighty four so we'll see we'll see what hits with vats probably tomorrow close the same fifty nine outside right now tomorrow we are looking at eighty five in sunny eighty one and sunny on Friday AT the weekend looks like next Tuesday then firstly given us in the middle seventies what what's up with that this is like the you know what if if there's ever been a time for you like you're the kids are stuck on there's no school right and can you imagine this happening here this summer the kids were stuck inside because you can't go outside because you just boil right you bake at least it's good whether they could to get outside after their you know do the home schooling for a couple hours and they get outside and just you know to give parents a break and everything else you know to give the moms that are that are helping out you know more time to to clean the house into the living room in order to make the food stop Meghan husbands at least we have that your chance at a thousand Bucks coming up later this later this hour up to twelve times a day I hope you win I really really do I hope you win so we can get comments eight eight zero K. and S. T. eight eight zero five six seven eight I'm the news conference I thought it was a long yesterday it was a lot but it was disturbing you know I I I called out yesterday said well why can't they tell us why they're coming up with these ideas why can't Doug Ducey tell us what besides a public health officials telling you what's making the public health officials tell you that we should shelter in place or stay at home whatever the hell it is that you have us do when you're in Arizona you know what and they finally revealed yesterday and it's based on models that that don't really make much as a they're just models their models they are based on assumptions whatever data you have you put in there is it accurate it's what you assume nobody knows they're using data based on New York City which is supposedly the epicenter right now like the whole world when it comes to this is what is really is it really going to happen here we don't have the density many places nobody no place as the density that that New York City has San Francisco is actually doing okay Pittsburgh's doing okay why do we have to pay the price and now we're here in Tucson and you know you look at the other side I see it well Garrett here's the thing they don't really know what this is I know it's very contagious they wanted to try to get rid of it as much as they can so what they want to do is they just tell you to Sam's a little bit longer to just bring this out so when you go back to work and I can affect anybody else or you will get infected because it'll be gone what if it's already gone what do you you trump wants a strong economy this is destroying the economy I just don't like the fact that he's having these these to do this there's a lot that was said yesterday then I'm like I just I just don't think this makes that much sense every all the all the comparisons right and it is the models you know the imperial college models what they're basing this on which is proven to be wrong we do seventy four hi this is Dr Burke's yesterday Dever works just listen or talk about these modelers again this is inside the these are great career government bureaucrats they don't actually do medicine listen to this here we go I think you know from that large Blue Mountain that you can see behind me and I just want to thank the five or six international and and domestic modelers from Harvard from Columbia from northeastern from imperial who helped us tremendously it was their models that created the ability to see what these medications could do how steeply they could depress the curve from that giant Blue Mountain down to that Morris stippled area Eden thanks all those models including the ones that are incorrect again all models are used to predict that the world is gonna end in eight years or ten years or seven years whatever they say from global warming you laugh at them why are you now believing these models well one of the climb again this is actual data either happening people are dying yet now you believe the models so let's continue this is what they're this is what they want to do okay seventy eight Dr Fauci Tony Fauci this this is what they want to do but we are not all the same listen the slide that doctor Berg showed what you saw in New York and New Jersey and then the cluster of other areas our goal which I believe we can accomplish is to get the hot spot places the new York's The New Jersey and help them to get around that curve but as importantly to prevent those clusters of areas that have not yet gone to that spike to prevent them from getting that spike and the answer to that is mitigation mitigation stay away that there we gotta do not get that spike we can't be like New York in New Jersey are we really going to be New York New Jersey here in Tucson is Phoenix well you just never know really blind faith to destroy the economy let me remind you okay this is from world meters the dot info about the coronavirus they track all this stuff the case is the deaths things like dance when when you.
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"Second station ID agree disagree it doesn't matter as long as you think the land banks on K. and S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk so bill let's talk about the stimulus package what do you think of the stimulus package three nine six there are various senator I would vote for it I understand that was loaded up with a lot of garbage that doesn't have anything to do with the pandemic and the bill is I don't think it's overall harmful to the nation because you needed at this time particularly because it did stabilize the stock market for a few days but it took three months six and now we're twenty five trillion in debt so you know but you got to get through this before you can deal with the debt this looks like Thomas Massie may have just committed political suicide he was standing up in Congress and saying this is unconstitutional to you we we don't have a quorum here and you can't just pass bills without a vote and he wanted to he wanted to vote and you know he didn't get one and now I mean how do you think he's got a fair I don't care it didn't matter to me whether he fears well or not I in the end and I cut through all the B. S. the house to pass the bill and in a trouble sign and then three months hence we're gonna be looking at another bail out unless they come up with a backseat that's the whole key here is that the medical community can come up with medicine or vaccine to knock this thing out vis a vis a bola I think they're going to be able to and that back we'll nail socialism for the next ten years dead in this country because who was the target of Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren there are big drug companies well I was gonna say about bots that big drug companies companies yeah and you know you think that the federal government should say here in the medical area well let's see if the federal government good spirits the lab actually there won't it'll come out of the private sector so you know it's it's it's interesting because found she has just come out and said if we would have had nationalized medicine we'd be really screwed you know just look at the stats here in Italy and Spain the data of millions right seven pines is why is the United States the United States will reduce deaths per million population any country that's been impacted and the like hard stat and if you look at Germany which whose market I think it may even be more free than ours because they're CDC if you will doesn't have dictatorial powers they just advise and say look we need testing that gives us these kinds of results and then it has to go to the free market and they're testing is off the charts I mean they are testing everybody in Germany and that is helping them and that's because of the free market that's mandated because of national socialism in the nineteen thirties well I don't believe the German stacks number one that they're putting out I'll believe it but I have a right in front of me yes in Germany from corona three point four million all right in the United States is four per million in Italy it's a hundred and thirty six per million that socialized medicine Spain a hundred and four Great Britain double hours double hours so I'm I'm not I was always a guy who who believe the government should also were seen the medical industry but not impose government mandates like Bernie Sanders wants and all that and I think this is one of the one of the things that have come out of the the call good thing is that socialism is dead the other thing is the second amendment will never again be challenged at least in our lifetime because people with dementia protect you December tenth two okay I mean what about right now what's happening all look what's happening to the second amendment though right now I mean you have states like California but LA the the sheriff's they're shut down all gun stores I mean they are they are doing everything they can to shut down our second home I think Virginia that's one to keep your eye on in.
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"Disagree it doesn't matter as long as you think the land banks on K. and S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk all right we got a couple of guys on one from Dallas that just recovered from the corona virus he's gonna tell us what it was like he said it wasn't so bad we have another guy on in about an hour from now who has just recovered and he was he had already said goodbye to his family he was sure he was going to die and doctors were sure he was going to die he convinced them to to take this new drug or it's actually very very old drug and just try it the doctors were like well I don't have anything to lose and he took it and he is well within two days he was well I don't know why the media is under playing all of this but you know I saw the latest poll in the media and they are they have a lower approval rating than the president so that should tell you something all right so I was thinking still about going to see Nancy Pelosi and I'm saying all right I would recommend if we're gonna go for it a hundred billion dollars in funding to improve the celebrity in home quarantine streaming studios because I see them all singing together and blogging while they're in lockdown and oh my gosh they they're so cute they just remote don't think don't you think of Anne Frank the minute you see those celebrities you think oh my gosh it's like and Frank but they need ring lights and on the directional stereo microphones and improve lens filters because let's be honest sure iPhone it you know it's good the cameras are great and everything but I don't want to see Madonna in a bathtub ever again now it least without really good lenses you know so a congressional plan to provide celebrities with better flogging equipment I think that's on the net you know that's in the nation's interest accept cash for door dash I think we can all get behind this yeah you know massive increase with eye on you know online food delivery they're saying that in some places like door dash GrubHub uber eats two hundred percent increase can we get rid of that get the money in there uber eats as well well I think so that's in that's in Oregon I think so I think we could do that ubereats this is a strip club that had the clothes and they thought I want to have the strippers deliver food on uber eats I think it's brilliant myself but you know with this kind of increase I think what what comes to mind right away still when I say you know two hundred percent increase you know for doordash and GrubHub why would they need money stay with me yes well I am made China trial yeah climate change yeah yeah all the pollution from all that driving so I think that we should it we don't have enough money in the stimulus package to make sure that they all have electric cars or something like that and to make sure the.
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"Starts now K. and S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk advancing the conversation identifying trends and informing the world this is America's first news this morning with Gordon deal thanks for being with us go figure your enemies are spreading lies about you China Russia and Iran are flooding the global information space with false claims about the new corona virus like how it's a U. S. bio weapon that was brought to China by U. S. army personnel it's an exclusive story by guy Taylor national security correspondent at The Washington Times is as Beijing Moscow and Tehran or using a vast web of social media accounts fake news outlets and state controlled global satellite media to promote false claims by academics and the times government officials to blame Washington for the crisis now gripping most of humanity guy water sources saying basically the state department's internal counter disinformation office it's called the global engagement center thank gone into this sort of action mode in the last couple of days because they've recognized the convergence of topic and against the United States by Chinese Russian and Iranian officials basically Moscow Beijing and Tehran are flooding the global information space with false claims about corona virus and legal burial the special envoy who heads this internal state department office the tracks state sponsored propaganda from foreign powers inadvertence since really the biggest lie that the virus that causes cold at nineteen was actually US bio weapon and was somehow brought to China by the US army that this is just the latest in a surge of propaganda and undermining America's image on the world stage teams of scientists from around the world including from inside China have agreed for well over a month that the virus came from a wet market in Wuhan where fish poultry and other animals are slaughtered on the premises and that any other claims about the virus's origin are bogus all right so the three company three countries referenced here China Russia Iran not friends of ours all with state controlled media a that's strikes me as they do just have very little to no credibility with stuff like this yeah I mean you know it sucks there are times when U. S. officials will come out and try to see the information space with information that reminds audiences around the world that have soared chain governments that do not allow free media space I also have the capability to ramp up propaganda operations in the global digital media space with their own government owned global satellite stations in the case of Russia R. T. L. transport NYC radio which proliferates around the United States and that sometimes the messaging on these station since early anti American hero one of the things that we Gabriel in the exclusive interview with The Washington Times said in our state court to narrative tracks that we're seeing advanced by China is maligned information trying to think of the U. S. of the origin of the coronavirus in the second narrative track is what we call a quote going into China which is the Chinese government effort to train turned the crisis into a news story about how the supremacy of the Chinese Communist Party in dealing with coronavirus as opposed to democratic systems but it allegedly mishandled the crisis for speak with guy Taylor national security team leader at the Washington times he's got an exclusive story entitled Russia and China flood web with corona virus lies blaming the U. S. and the state department fights back talk about that that push back team inside the state department and who they are what they try to do it's actually a something called the global engagement center it operates mainly behind the scenes at the state department and the department doesn't publicize the number of people working inside the center my reporting over the years I've found it to be more than a hundred career state department officials said they're working on tracking fake news and propaganda from non state actors but as well as speak state actors do the center that actually really got going in the Obama era at that time it was called the center for strategic counterterrorism communication there was the hub through which U. S. officials used good naturally Facebook and Twitter but then a much wider array of global social media to disseminate anti jihadi messaging worldwide but then came the twenty sixteen elections and American intelligence findings that Russia had used social media to meddle in U. S. democracy prompted Congress to basically pass legislation recon choosing that center into what we have now this guy guy Taylor national security correspondent at The Washington Times this portion of the program is brought to you by light stream are you stressed about balances you're carrying on your high interest credit cards will don't be it's more common than you think but my friends at.
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"E. A. M. seven ninety two songs most stimulating talk come in about nine forty got into some vegan news yes we have vegan news we had to get into a a reason why college students are sitting in on a major major business life is not fair will get into that as well you got to hear it it's awesome it's so good however Joe Biden I mean he is great too Joe Biden the gaffe master that's what he does best bet I mean like if he does be trump could you imagine the material that we have and I am now you know I know you don't you don't want it let's just take advantage of it now rides and when he and Bernie just go at it like to quit you grumpy old man that's what the Democrat if it from now until their convention it's gonna be grumpy old men yes grumpy old man grumpy old Biden forgets what he's doing and grumpy old Bernie who just wants to take what's yours anyway Joe Biden yesterday apparently will brain fart again here we go we all these years resell other no one created by you know the you know the thing all right if you can imagine negotiating a prudent or the president of China the dictator gin paying or they got maybe a Biggie B. computer every thought that the guy who who was the Chinese premier stopped being that nineteen ninety two has been dead for twenty three years member I worked with him to get out of the Paris climate agreement has been dead twenty three years ago all yep yeah yeah I can anything super Tuesday's not on Tuesday well it was very thirsty and I want to thank you all I tell you what I'm rushing head on a young boy Russian that's right the Russian Donna resort yeah there you go election day Joe telemedicine Thursday November fifth that's great research so for me to go to vote on Thursday yeah that will work out well interview awesome you can clover charm but a judge must got a sweet pay off for that day nearly done under Donna Brazile's all losing her mind they got it they got a thank me you know they got a senator they gotta make they get a look big this guy looks like he is somebody that's electable and can could you imagine you can't imagine trump onstage I've said this before it's like those of those videos of like a like a lion NEC is like a little baby zebra and he starts stalking it and he starts toying with it and that's what trump's gonna do is gonna be the lion binds the baby zebra I. eight would be J. can you know he's not going to be can be a jerk that we give you spit out Joey Joe that makes no sense Hey Joe I mean but trump knows how to do it is natural to him to do it and the funny way to show that he's a fool and it's not trust would have described the president but I mean you talk about it I mean trump's what seventy three now sharp as a tack Biden he stepped on attack you wouldn't even know it all right nine thirty A. nine thirty formal that late coming up in five we got to get to some some vegan a vegans are crazy they're always angry and annoyed or angry the latest out outrage from vegans are aimed at college students really trying to stick it to a corporation why and how they did it it's awesome coming up again and see governor Doug Ducey's expressing his views on the corona virus and seems optimistic amid the ongoing concerns Arizona is in good hands and I'm confident in this team's ability to manage the situation twenty six people in the state so far have been tested for the respiratory illness two tornadoes ripped through the Nashville Tennessee area overnight the death toll so far this morning is up to five and polls are open for super Tuesday in fourteen states and president trump says the race for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination is rigged against senator Bernie Sanders I'm Greg Paul Kane S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk look at this William fishbone air conditioning says they'll come to your house.
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"Want to see the video that we're talking about text the word seat S. E. A. T. to eight five five six one six one six twenty text the word seat S. E. A. T. that'll take you to my Twitter feed where I have posted the video okay so this is a story that goes along with the video an American Airlines flight January thirty first it's American Eagle flights is not a big airplane lane is full and there is a woman who's sitting in the second to the last row of seats she's sitting there she reclined her seat the guy behind says could you please not recline your seat well the mail services going on so she moves her seat back this is her account not heard from the guy yet her account is she then moved her seat back to the upright position the meal to serve the drinks are served once said is cleared out of the way she says that she puts her seat back into the reclined position the guy behind her is in the last row his seat cannot recline at all he gets upset and she refuses to move her seat back up into the upright position we don't know exactly what was said we don't know how he asked her to move the seat we don't know exactly what her response was all we know was that he gets ticked off because she won't stop reclining or seat and as he watches a movie on his phone which is seated on his seat tray he begins to punch the back of her seat non stop like I do do do doop dum dum dum the video if you go to my Twitter feed you can see it her seat is bouncing bouncing bouncing baby he's punching the back of her seat he was watching rocky now this is so disturbing to me so she says she calls the flight attendant over and the flight attendant basically doesn't want to get involved we don't know exactly what's said by the flight attendant but the flight attendant supposedly tries to calm the situation and offers the guy in the backseat a drink and then tells the woman who is now taking the video that you can see to stop recording she doesn't make the guys stop pounding on the seat she tells the woman who's getting pounded on to stop recording actually saying that it's against the law to take video on a plane I don't know about that and then she gives the lady a passenger disturbance noticing she's causing a problem that she is causing the problem yes now I need to reiterate we don't know what she said to the guy we don't know any of that but in what universe is it okay behavior to pound on the back of somebody seat when the seats reclined I'm watching this video now and I hadn't seen at prior to two minutes ago it looks like there's something wrong with this man well there clearly is he's pounding on the accuracy it looks very angry he just see I I don't know not a normal person would not do that how he did it he got away with it she got off the flight and said that she had to go to the doctor she lost time at work went for X. rays had horrible headaches for a week has a knack condition her whole spine is been completely fused from some previous situation and so she says this was very painful and inconvenience and do just pounded and pounded and pounded on her seat now let's be clear for those who can't see the video he is not violently pounding on the door to the point where you think she would be injured in any way she may be but that's not how dramatic and looks like an annoying tap tap tap tap tap I'd say it's more than a tap the right he's he's punching the back of her seat there is moving moving it's a shower punching it but he's definitely moving that it's it's getting movement yeah I think he said I don't know I was just sitting there in silence I can't either not I mean both of them it it's like the most passive aggressive yeah so what we don't know is what happened right before the video started I mean what was the conversation where.
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"T. E. A. strongly encourages all members to get involved our goal is for all children to feel valued and their voices to be heard Dr Keith pose Lee M. P. S. superintendent explained in a video M. P. S. produced for the week of action saying black lives matter levels the playing field saying black lives matter isn't saying others don't but M. T. E. A.'s website provides lesson plans and other resources for teachers to use throughout the week which provides insight into what the week is really all about advancing a radical liberal agenda a middle or high school teacher following M. T. E. A.'s recommended lesson plan will focus on restorative justice on Monday the focus on Tuesday is on diversity and globalism Wednesday is dedicated to queer affirming trans gender affirming and collective value Thursday is spent on intergenerational black families and black villages and the lesson plan wraps up on Friday with a focus on black women and unapologetically black for those teaching three year old pre kindergarten M. T. E. A. recommends reading books to the class that reinforced trans gender lessons like my princess boy Julian is a mermaid and I am jazz there's also a black lives matter coloring an activity book for third graders it up teachers can have children create protest signs for an issue that they want to stand up for or fight against stage a hallway protest Jim rally or go out into the neighborhood for a youth March these plans incorporate the thirteen black lives matter guiding principles which are presented in different ways to reach different age groups the kid friendly principles include restorative justice globalism trans gender affirming and queer affirming how do you explain what globalism is two or three year old globalism means that we are thinking about all the different people all over the world and thinking about the ways to keep things fair everywhere the guide recommends as an explanation the pre kindergarten explanation of trans gender affirming is everybody has the right to choose their own gender by listening to their own heart and mind everybody gets to choose if they are a girl or a boy or both or neither or something else and no one else gets to choose for them I'm reading this straight up from bill's reporting but what exactly does queer affirming have to do with black lives matter for kindergartners how how do you explain queer affirming to a five year old without also explaining sexual intercourse I okay the hyper sexualization of children has nothing to do with same sex education had nothing to do with that it also has everything to do with you know taking away time that could be spent on actually learning how long do you suppose it would take for a bunch of kids to go out into the hall and stage a protest you've got to get a lot first of all you've got to get a group of third graders to think about what it is they want to protest that's going to take fifteen to twenty minutes another half hour to say make this science ten minutes to get him out into the hallway let's say they March around the school for fifteen minutes ten minutes to get a more organized and back into the classroom by that time it's time for lunch a one hour lesson that could be devoted to getting more than ten percent of M. P. S. students proficient in either reading or math is spent on instead utter nonsense this is utter nonsense I would have the exact same reaction for those of you wondering if they were stay if there was a week of action on gun rights if it was taught in the course of teaching kids about the constitution in teaching kids about their constitutional rights if it was part of a social studies lesson in which were actually teaching kids about the process of government and law and all that in the United States if it wasn't just some absolute ridge did kill as social justice pandering at an excuse for teachers to get on their soapbox and preach their values to kids who don't know any better I might be a little bit more sympathetic to this and I might be way more sympathetic if M. P. S. wasn't the single worst performing school district in the entire state in fact one of the worst performing school districts by virtue of test scores in the entire country so much so that you know what their excuse was when it was revealed that so many students were failing the state report cards well the state standards for proficiency are higher in Wisconsin than they are in other states it's not that we're failing NPS is an utter failure and it's because of nonsense like this it's because they tolerate the devotion of classroom resources and more importantly time to preaching a liberal social justice values that actually learning the basics the foundation of actual learning pre kindergarten kindergarten first second third this is where most of the learning that you do.
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"Where E. A. R. both an influential fashion trends and they go decade by decade nine eight one seven two hundred what are some of the fashion mistakes or some of the weirdest fashion trends that you remember that maybe you are a part of that you experienced here Stephen WGN hi Steve in nineteen eighty two we graduated buddy of ours this is a matter of five sixty we're supposed to go out that next weekend war war sailor jeans and tee shirts and Gil flannel shirts whatever he shows up Eliza this former Roo's shoulders and don't shoot yes yes it was a it was just ridiculous yeah I know that was a that was a look in the in the early eighties that was definitely a look you have the sweater wrapped around your wrapped around your shoulders with the with the sleeves and then you had the boat shoes and and the alligator yeah the alligator shared the yeah well we're devoting fashionable us yeah no not at all okay thanks Steve yeah yeah that was a that was a that was a that there was a definitely I'm a big look in the eighties I don't quite understand why it was such a big look but it was so okay three one two nine eight one seven two hundred if you would like to Texas or call us the most influential fashion trends is what we're talking about see in the course of history a hundred years isn't a particularly long time but in the course of fashion history is the difference between trying to get around in a bone synching girdle and ankle length skirt in easing into the Nike leggings and a van sneakers you're probably wearing today there have been major shifts in technology polled politics culture and social norms and fashion is reflected the ever changing cycle of trends over the years from the sky high platforms of the seventies to the high waisted bikinis of the forties we see plenty of popular looks of decades past serving as inspiration for designers today so let's start with the nineteen hundreds the S. Bender corset no my I don't know how women were these I have no idea I mean they shifted organs organs were shifted I'm you know even actresses who make period movies where they have to wear corsets you know I'm in modern modern film making talk about how it how awful it was how you can't breathe and your organs are literally being shifted anything for fashion fashion is pain yeah I don't know so the S. band or health corset is what they called it is in the Edwardian period and it's still it's still not it's you know I mean you can see these movies where they where these courses here like how you do that and then imagine that in real life how about this night in nineteen tends the hobble skirt finally him nines crept up to pass the angle making walking less of a chore unfortunately this coincide with the trend of hobble skirts a style popularized by designer Paul Poiret that was narrow through the ankle and sometimes landed below the knee constricting women's movements sometimes leading to injury while this fad mercifully did not stick around for long the more practical duster coats and lace up boots of that era echoed more in fashion today yeah I crap women have gone through you know I mean well yeah men's fashion really hasn't changed but it's not didn't men's fashion doesn't shift your organs now it doesn't constrict you to the point where you can't walk were you could hurt yourself we can get the anti beer gut going corset for men yeah by Michael cores the nineteen twenties that would be the flapper style flapper ensembles are instantly recognizable as the look of the twenties and it's easy to see why with the relaxed drop weights wastes ornately beaded designs and feathered accessories the trends of that era have been injuring appeal I I think the the flapper style is awesome I think it's awesome I've always been a fan we see a lot of people this for this year for new year's eve did flapper parties to the night roaring twenties part of the twenties are coming back in the twenties are here Hey by the way now that pot is legal and that this year April the entire month is for twenty not just one day but the entire month is for twenty I'm I predict that we will break records on how much weed is blown in the month of April on twenty twenty because it's four twenty the entire month people celebrate the dent on the day now you have an entire month because it's four twenty should be entered I bet they're growing right now and I'm telling you I eat it's gonna be a pay is going to be a month long party blow and we'd I'm I'm telling you it doesn't you know this is the for the first time an entire month will be for twenty so it's a Brave New World it is beautiful all right we're continuing on we've got more fashion to talk about and then now we're gonna talk about cop shows a little bit later on and we want to hear from you Hill Street Blues celebrating its anniversary and that's going to get a sense of the topic of a cop shows as we continue but flapper style and other fashions continue three.
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"E. A. and we have a little chat room there will reach out during the commercial breaks we chat with you and you continue the stories that are going on and we're talking about all the terrible things going on in our country but what I what and we have we've got good things too I don't just want to focus on terrible but it started getting me thinking like you know this whole Jeffrey apps dean was in the news over and over and we talk about him every day in this state tried to kill himself and then he did and then was it real and he choked himself and was that a fictive fixie ation with broken back I mean we could just go on and on and on but what I thought about is you think Jeffrey up steam would go back if he could you think you'd spend a week back and change things change the way he lived his life where do you think he was in this place where he genuinely thought everything he was doing was right and I know that sounds crazy to a lot of people how can you justify your behavior of doing some terror pretty terrible things how can you justify that but if he in his mind feels he is right no matter what I mean maybe he's crazy but no matter what you can't blame the guy for feeling he is right now he needed help he needed to be prosecuted I believe in all of that I just wonder if he was that crazy to where he thought everything he was doing was right or he would have gone back so I start thinking about these kinds of things because the idea of time travel and going into the future and it's such this fantasy of ours until it's for real technology.
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"E. A. and and of course we've got the open Mike and a very special open my came in this sounds like from the dead somebody who had passed away the late Randy savage macho man Randy savage left us an open Mike let's take a listen click you get all your microphone on your little Edie beauty radio show into Florida great and want to talk about the rules if you wait you got it can't be about to meet Randy savage all gold to Orlando via Albuquerque what that took a turn for the worst macho man Randy savage ho no I don't know what happened there so here's the deal guy so we started off you just start off with that just an honest general thought this has turned into the biggest issue in my entire life that I will I will be able to sleep tonight this is going to be a pro I'm washing my hands for each and everyone of you now we've got all my god is that for real the top guy Tyrone we Tyrone's call in a send well listen if you've been listening to the shock puts their show you know Tyrone Tyrone he has a magic pass here he is the greatest if not the greatest caller we've ever had on the show includes their show let's get Tyrone on the line Tyrone how are you Sir how's life been I'm your boy a is glad to talk is the president talked with you so I love the show where you have a great topic thank you like this one don't touch don't touch the flight this wasn't even a topic I'm so angry with the topic now it is totally free let's bring people up to speed Tyrone for those who don't know how amazing you are so you shot a crack head for stealing your clothes and trying to sell them back to you now since that time you have really you've come into your own energy and you you've you really have a atone for your sins so you're a better human today and now you're going to share with us some enlightening knowledge about touching the flush correct all right all men that and they have knowledge of so when you go into public group restroom yeah when you call the public restroom you wash your hands first you PP and injured thirty three then you're free they know what they're wow that was Hogan how did you count the PP is on that I was he is it's listen here's PP I think as a verb and adjective in and out he is that in all three ways you can use PP this resource for that so it's very informative and right now say it Tyrone listen I got to take a break but you just opened up a whole can of worms do you wash your hands before you go to the bathroom to St which is what Tyrone saying he does I do I might Tyrone is that what you're saying yeah you got to watch for danger and whatever you have to do you want to handle your furnace and head out the door listen I know what you just said was a very long sentence but I I really am thinking about putting that on a tee shirt Tyrone thank you for the words of wisdom I feel like at the end we should go Tyrone three sixteen or something like that it's a totally be a Bible verse what you just said Hey Tyrone love your brother come back.
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