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"eight months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:45 min | 4 months ago

"eight months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Down by 5% this morning at $21,075, that's your Bloomberg radio business flash, and now his Liang garands with today's top stories running Leon. Stephen good morning and thank you in earnings news this morning and it's a Swiss miss UBS has reported weaker than expected profit in the second quarter as a global market sell off impacted the wealthiest clients. The Swiss bank's asset management division suffered $12.1 billion in outflows as investors exited equities during the turbulent quarter, CEO Rolf harmers called the quarter one of the most challenging periods for investors in the last ten years. Now to the latest on energy, Russia is once again reducing the flow of piped gas to Germany, Gazprom says it will cut shipments via the Nord stream pipeline on Wednesday morning to about 20% of its capacity, blaming maintenance issues. It says only one of 6 major turbines remains in working condition. And Alibaba is planning a primary listing in Hong Kong by yearend as it seeks exposure to Chinese investors through exchange links with Shanghai and Shenzhen that could boost liquidy after a yearlong sell off triggered by China's economic slowdown and Beijing's crackdown on its most powerful Internet firms, Alibaba has shed some two thirds of its value since a peak in 2020. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. This is Bloomberg Stephen. Thanks Leon, will EU energy ministers are meeting in Brussels later to discuss supply plans for this winter that's after that news we've just been hearing about about Russia cotton gas flows through Nord stream pipelines are just 20% of capacity being used from today that's moved that sent gas future prices soaring. Let's go live to Brussels and speaks to Bloomberg's Liu barena. Good morning to you about thank you very much for being with us. How important is this latest move by Russia? Well, it is indeed very important because we have to remember that European Union relied on supplies from Russia for 40% share of supplies. And it has seen this volume reduced over the year, 12 countries, 12 states out of 27 have experienced disruptions to this effect. And it has set off alarm bells and emergency plans in various countries, including the biggest economy Germany. And we have to remember that this is happening when European countries rushing to fill up their storage storage, gas storages for the winter. And the target that they have to reach is 80% in November. If gas is cut completely, this is what many countries fear. The storage will be between 65 and 70 1% and already that news affected gas price. Yesterday, benchmark prices as much as 12%, so this is very important and this will be the focus of today's discussions at energy ministers meeting in Brussels. Well, that's exactly where I'd like to take the conversation next. So this energy council will have energy meetings discussing the European Commission proposal about how to try and deal with this given that we're at such a critical time as you say for building up gas storage. Indeed, this is an emergency meeting. We have to stress that. And what the ministers are going to discuss today is the proposal from the European Union executive arm. European Commission to help reduce demand for gas. In the coming 8 months, it called save gas for a safe winter. Package. And there's going to be quite a bit of debate because what the commission has suggested is the reduction of 15% and this is voluntary at the moment, but it could become obligatory there is a special trigger mechanism if gas supplies are reduced completely than it will have to go into a mandatory phase. And there was a debate about this already in Brussels at the ambassador level. And countries would like some flexibility. They weren't the commission to take into account their geographical specifics. The storage specifics. So there will be a lot of questions raised today. Yeah, of course, it would be very difficult for them to reach an agreement on that, but as you say, very critical times given that Russia has taken this move to reduce gas supplies through the Nord stream pipeline at a time when countries are trying to build up their storage and of course everyone will have that 80% storage target in mind Bloomberg's ubani and Brussels. Thank you very much for that. We'll have more from you later in the program as we look ahead to that meeting, emergency meeting of EU energy ministers taking place in Brussels coming up next on the program though ten years after Mario Draghi's whatever it takes speech, we speak to former ECB governing council member Patrick hone about why those three words held such ways and get some of the insight

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Biden co-hosting 2nd COVID summit as world's resolve falters

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Biden co-hosting 2nd COVID summit as world's resolve falters

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US inflation hit 8.3% last month but slows from 40-year high

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

US inflation hit 8.3% last month but slows from 40-year high

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500,000+ refugees flee Ukraine since Russia waged war

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

500,000+ refugees flee Ukraine since Russia waged war

"Hundreds of thousands more Ukrainians were fleeing war heading towards the eastern edge of the European Union as the fighting shows no signs of abating the U. N. has estimated that the mass exodus of refugees has reached more than half a million people he's managed to escape the violence so far long lines of cars and buses will back up at checkpoints waiting to enter a paid into Hungary Slovakia and Romania many close order some food tracking their possessions away from the war and into the security of the E. U. at the central train station and the team Ukraine feathery Kappa cough weight goodbye to his wife my wife is eight months pregnant given the situation I'm full has security I pulled up to the station and put her on the train to the potus Buddha at forty four years old he's in the age group of men currently banned from leaving the country United Nations refugee agency has said over a quarter of a million refugees and dependent and over eighty thousand went to Hungary I'm Karen Thomas

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"eight months" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"eight months" Discussed on WTOP

"Temperatures 28° feels like 23 brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences decks and pavers got along fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's one 11 It was one of the more disturbing images that emerged after the after January 6th of last year one rioter inside the capitol wearing a sweatshirt that read camp Auschwitz And today the Virginia man who was wearing that shirt Robert Keith packer pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of parading demonstrating or picketing in a capital building He is said to be sentenced in April and faces up to 6 months in prison As we've been reporting the D.C. crime lab is no longer processing most crime evidence after losing its accreditation last spring And today we're learning the D.C. public defender service is suggesting some criminal cases need to be reexamined going all the way back to 1995 In a letter to the head of D.C.'s public safety and Justice Department both the federal public defender service and its counterparts in D.C. are requesting other stakeholders consider widening the scope of the review of past cases Previously the U.S. attorney's office and attorney general for D.C. suggested going back to 2012 for the outcome of the trial hinge on the evidence However the public defenders contend that some of the same analysts who are processing evidence of the department of forensic sciences were grandfathered in when the lab opened and had been analyzing crime evidence at D.C. police dating back to 95 without any meaningful tests to determine if they were qualified to do so It's unclear how many cases this could affect and all the stakeholders have to agree on the range of the review Megan clarity WTO P news If you've heard the forecast you know it's going to be brutally cold tonight and many volunteers will be out in that cold air conducting the annual point in time count of all of the city's homeless residents When it comes to the homeless population in D.C. overall homelessness in the District of Columbia has been going down quite significantly Christy respers is the executive director of pathways to housing D.C. which works to help the homeless and she says knowing these numbers is important because we need to hold ourselves accountable as a community to reaching our goals to end homelessness She says the 20% decline last year was because of efforts to get families into permanent housing last year the number of people sleeping on the streets though went up The majority of people sleeping outside actually almost all are either single adults or youth experiencing homelessness young people John doeman Hey listen up if you drive a Nissan rogue Nissan is recalling nearly 800,000 of the small SUVs because water can get into the wiring and in rare cases could start a fire Now the recall covers the 2014 through 2016 model years for the rogue Nissan's working on a fix and expects to have one in the spring owners will be notified in March and then will be told when to take their rogues in for service Details at WTO P dot com search recalls It's one 14 Want to pay off your 30 year mortgage and half the.

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Nets win in Irving's return...Mavs whip Warriors

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 11 months ago

Nets win in Irving's return...Mavs whip Warriors

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm sure sure the the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets were were doing doing just just fine fine without without chi chi recurring recurring but but there's there's no no doubt doubt that that Irving Irving completes completes the the nets nets as as a a legitimate legitimate contender contender for for an an NBA NBA title title Irving Irving stepped stepped back back onto onto an an NBA NBA court court playing playing for for first first time time this this season season help help rally rally the the nets nets from from a a nineteen nineteen point point deficit deficit in in a a one one twenty twenty nine nine one one twenty twenty one one women women at at Indiana Indiana Tom Tom McCabe McCabe reports reports erring erring whose whose vaccination vaccination status status keeps keeps him him from from playing playing in in New New York York City City scored scored twenty twenty two two points points as as Brooklyn Brooklyn snapped snapped a a three three game game losing losing streak streak at at this this stage stage you you know know taking taking off off a a months months or or or or being being out out again again for for eight eight months months and and coming coming back back in in it it was was so so much much uncertainty uncertainty ages ages how how many many minutes minutes you you know know was was the the Florida Florida game game going going to to be be like like you you know know how how my my team team is is gonna gonna feel feel that that was was the the game game flow flow down down B. B. Kevin Kevin Durant Durant led led the the nets nets with with thirty thirty nine nine points points Tom Tom McCabe McCabe Indianapolis Indianapolis booklet booklet out out twenty twenty four four and and twelve twelve sitting sitting in in the the second second seed seed in in the the Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Dallas Dallas retired retired the the jerseys jerseys of of great great director director Vicki Vicki cut cut golden golden state's state's Steph Steph curry curry on on a a cold cold shooting shooting night night and and beat beat the the warriors warriors ninety ninety nine nine eighty eighty two two mavs mavs coach coach Jason Jason Kidd Kidd said said they they played played a a perfect perfect game game against against curry curry and and the the warriors warriors play play heart heart and and going going to to school school or or what what was was going going to to score score the the staff staff is is not not make make threes threes we we just just try try to to make make it it as as tough tough as as possible possible injury injury just just five five of of twenty twenty four four from from the the field field and and forty forty points points NFL NFL news news the the top top seed seed in in the the AFC AFC the the Tennessee Tennessee Titans Titans have have cleared cleared workhorse workhorse running running back back Derrick Derrick Henry Henry returned returned to to the the practice practice field field Henry Henry last last year's year's AP AP NFL NFL offense offense a a player player of of the the year year has has been been out out since since late late October October with with a a broken broken foot foot the the hottest hottest team team in in the the NHL NHL continues continues to to pile pile up up wins wins Pittsburgh Pittsburgh overcame overcame a a slow slow start start got got two two goals goals from from Bryan Bryan rust rust in in a a five five three three win win over over St St Louis Louis our our ability ability to to win win different different ways ways I I think think is is that that this this has has been been coming coming out out lately lately I I think think I I think think that's that's a a that's that's a a sign sign of of good good things things and and hopefully hopefully we we can can keep keep building building on on that that one one college college basketball basketball game game involving involving two two top top twenty twenty five five teams teams eleventh eleventh ranked ranked Iowa Iowa state state beat beat number number twenty twenty five five Texas Texas tech tech fifty fifty one one forty forty seven seven Chuck Chuck Friedman Friedman AP AP sports sports

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Irving helps Nets charge past Pacers in his season debut

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Irving helps Nets charge past Pacers in his season debut

"In in Kyra Kyra Irving's Irving's return return the the nets nets clawed clawed their their way way back back from from a a nineteen nineteen point point third third quarter quarter deficit deficit for for one one twenty twenty nine nine one one twenty twenty one one win win over over the the Pacers Pacers Irving Irving whose whose vaccination vaccination status status keeps keeps him him from from playing playing in in New New York York City City scored scored twenty twenty two two points points as as Brooklyn Brooklyn snapped snapped a a three three game game losing losing streak streak at at this this stage stage you you know know taking taking off off a a months months or or or or being being out out again again for for eight eight months months and and coming coming back back in in those those so so much much uncertainty uncertainty is is how how many many minutes minutes you you know know what's what's the the Florida Florida game game going going to to be be like like you you know know how how my my team team is is gonna gonna feel feel that that was was the the game game flow flow down down B. B. Kevin Kevin Durant Durant led led the the nets nets with with thirty thirty nine nine points points the the Pacers Pacers who who have have lost lost six six straight straight got got thirty thirty two two points points and and a a triple triple double double from from Domantas Domantas Sabonis Sabonis lance lance Stephenson Stephenson came came off off the the bench bench for for thirty thirty points points twenty twenty of of them them in in the the first first quarter quarter Tom Tom McCabe McCabe Indianapolis Indianapolis

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 Kidnappers release 2 of 17 missionaries abducted in Haiti

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Kidnappers release 2 of 17 missionaries abducted in Haiti

"A U. S. based church organization says two of the seventeen members off a missionary group who kidnapped more than a month ago safe and in good spirits after being freed in Haiti Christian aid ministries says it could not give the names of those released why they were freed all of the information the Ohio based group says while we rejoice this release also with the fifteen people who are still being held the five children in the group of sixteen American citizens and one Canadian including an eight month old the mission was were kidnapped by a gang on October sixteen with the leader threatening to kill the hostages unless his demands were met he wanted one million dollars per person although

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Celine Dion delays her Las Vegas residency due to muscle spasms

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Celine Dion delays her Las Vegas residency due to muscle spasms

"Singer Celine Dion is delaying her new Las Vegas show because of a health condition I marches are a letter with the latest Salim DM's managements and she's dealing with severe and persistent muscle spasms that prevent her from performing D. and says in a statement she has been working on the show for eight months and she is saddened beyond words D. on show at the resorts world theatre was supposed to begin November fifth the shows in November January and February have been delayed but no new dates were announced DM still plans to resume her

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Powerball jackpot is biggest lottery prize in over 8 months

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Powerball jackpot is biggest lottery prize in over 8 months

"The biggest lottery prize in more than eight months will be up for grabs in tonight's Powerball drawing the Powerball jackpot has slowly climbed to an estimated six hundred and thirty five million dollars thanks to thirty nine consecutive drawings with out a grand prize winner that's a record streak for the game dating back to early June there hasn't been a bigger power ball jackpot since a seven hundred and thirty one point one million dollar prize was won in January tonight's grand prize would be the tenth largest US lottery jackpot ever won one thing that hasn't changed the odds of winning the jackpot one in two hundred and ninety two point two million I'm Julie Walker

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Audit Expert Heather Mullins Describes the Ins and Outs of 'Ballot Trafficking'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Audit Expert Heather Mullins Describes the Ins and Outs of 'Ballot Trafficking'

"I wanna get one more question with just georgia in general heather. You've been studying this. What are all the simultaneous investigations. Going on here lawsuits. What can we expect on the horizon. Coming out of george charlie. One of the biggest things is probably a three broke about a week and a half ago. But i've known about for months There's actually a group called true though that over the last eight months since the election. He's been purchasing mobile data right like as mobile data and specifically around drop boxes government organizations. Ups urgency lovers things and what they've been able to do is pretty much piece together the movements of individuals that had been going from dropbox to dropbox dropbox right It's valid trafficking is what they've called it and they actually Like an example. If this doesn't make sense 'cause like with the location stuff how does it work. If you're using and you're walking every couple of steps you take google your pinged your location. Right that data you can then purchased the under jim and someone came near your business right. You can market to that. We'll collected this data around drop boxes and obtained a corresponding drop. Fuck dropbox footage charlie. So now they have faces a people in in two hundred and forty two people that visited on average twenty three drop drop boxes in the primary or the early voting period. Rather so in georgia. The law is that you're only allowed to draw your ballot in the dropbox or your immediate family member so just completely illegal to harvest ballads or go from you know house to house collecting them and putting them in serenity for anyone else. It's completely illegal

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Even Chuck Todd Knows Biden Has a Credibility Problem

Mark Levin

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Even Chuck Todd Knows Biden Has a Credibility Problem

"Knows very, very well. That he is doing bad things because he's in a game where you have to influence the balance of power. It's politics, you strong armed people. This is how we do it, and he's been doing it. For half a century. So if anybody knows how to do it, he does. So, Yeah, I think he does things in a ferry ASL E. I think he does things out of muscle memory because he's an old school politician, right? So It comes as no surprise to me that he's now getting criticized by his friends on the left. Because they he's embarrassing their brand. They're supposed to be the progressive brand the brand. It says No, we're doing good things for America, right? If you like your doctor, you can keep them and he says things like Well, you know, I got every legs are blonde and the kids. They put their hand in the pool and they rub them up and down my leg, and I learned about Roaches. And he says all these crazy things that you're like What? What are you saying? Men so Chuck Todd comes out and he says, You know what? Whether it's the border Afghanistan nuclear deals, covid Biden has a big credibility crisis. Let me tell you something. When your colleagues the fake news media that's there to make you look good. Tell you that you have a credibility problem. That's a big problem. Check this out so we can talk about the border crisis. We can talk about the period of about one hour on Friday, where we learned that the drone strike that had been touted as an attack and a victory over Isis actually killed a group of civilians, including seven Children. France, recalling its ambassador from from Washington because of that nuclear deal, they were cut out of between the United States and the UK and Australia and also the Covid booster news. That all came on Friday. How is the White House managing all this? And what do you expect to hear from the president at the U. N on Tuesday? Well, look, I think he's got a pretty big credibility crisis on his hands because all of these problems in some ways Showed up after he said something basically the exact opposite Afghanistan withdrawal wasn't gonna be messy. This wasn't going to look like Saigon. The booster shots. He came out, and he essentially said eight months and even indicated maybe we should start as soon as five months Now. We're not sure if anybody under 65 is going to get a booster shot. So you know he's had. And of course, the border has been. You know whether this you could we can talk about the border problems could say there's years in the making, but it's pretty clear. We have a bigger problem now than we've had in years. And this is a these policies have turned into becoming a magnet, so he's got a lot of work to do. You Dang right. He's got a lot of work to do. Joe

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Biden looks to turn page on 20 years of war at UN

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Biden looks to turn page on 20 years of war at UN

"President Biden will make his first address to the U. N. General Assembly tomorrow and may face some skepticism over his pledge to work with allies and adversaries alike less than a month after replacing Donald Trump the president said he had a clear message for the world America is back exciting friendly nations who expected better cooperation but now eight months in the president's been out of sync with allies over ending the Afghan war virus travel restrictions and now a fresh bad with America's oldest ally France over a submarine deal spokeswoman Jen Psaki says it happens nations disagree the larger point here and we'll hear the president talk about tomorrow is that we are committed to those alliances and that always requires work from every president from every global leader in a big emphasis will be on shared challenges like the pandemic and the climate change Sager make ani Washington

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Biden Currently Battling 'Pretty Big Credibility Crisis'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Biden Currently Battling 'Pretty Big Credibility Crisis'

"You got thousands and thousands of haitian illegals in del rio texas. You've got a drone strike. Where biden was going to show the world. How tuffy was takeout some isis k. Terrorists instead he wiped out a family of ken. Seven children three none of the isis k. Targets apparently were taken out. France's live with us. They recalled their ambassador from washington because of a nuclear deal that we cut france out of and then you got the vitamin ministration. Promising boosters are going to begin today that he said that last week and the fda came along and said not so fast not so fast. No boosters at least now except if you're sixty five or older or vulnerable when you're losing chuck todd of meet the press. You might have a problem. Check out this exchange between willie geist of nbc and chuck todd over biden's now. Chuck todd characterizes it as a pretty big credibility crisis. I would call it a catastrophe. Listen to this so we can talk about the border crisis. We can talk about the period of about one hour. On friday where we learned that the drone strike that had been touted as an attack and a victory over isis actually killed a group of civilians including seven children france recalling its ambassadors from from washington because of that nuclear deal. They were cut out of between the united states and the uk and australia and also the kobe booster news. That all came on friday. How is the white house managing all this. And what do you expect to hear from the president at the u. n. on tuesday. Well look i think he's got a pretty big a credibility crisis on his hands because all of these problems in some ways showed up after he said something basically the exact opposite afghanistan withdrawal wasn't going to be messy. This wasn't gonna look like saigon. The booster shots he came out and he essentially said eight months and even indicated. Maybe we should started as soon as five months now. We're not sure of anybody under sixty five is going to get a booster shot. So he's had of course the border has been you know whether this could. We can talk about the border problems. You could say there's years in the making but the it's pretty clear we have a bigger problem now than we've had in years. Wow chuck todd of meet the press saying that biden has a pretty big credibility crisis.

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Rep. Chip Roy Explains Biden's Open Border Harms Both Migrants and Americants

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Chip Roy Explains Biden's Open Border Harms Both Migrants and Americants

"Are coming into this country with all kinds of diseases. The CDC just said they expect potentially Measles to become a problem again as a result of people they're bringing in from Afghanistan who weren't properly vetted. Now we have 11,000 Haitians under a bridge in your state with 10,000 more behind them. What the hell is going on here? Mark. Good to be able to show as always. I mean, look, if you set out to harm the United States of America, I don't know how you could do a better job than the bite administration is doing and eight months that they've been in power. And what's amazing is is that they've taken something and they have found a way to actually harm migrants and then harm the bury people in our country that they're supposed to protect at the same time. While pretending it somehow compassionate and we now as you just said, we have 10 or 11,000 people in Del Rio, a $10,000 way Haitians. We have their FAA being told not to allow drones so that we can have new shots being Broadcast around so people can see it. We have 4000 people in a holding facility in McAllen, where the where there's still flowing through. We have an enormous number of people. 1.4 million Mark 1.4 million Who have been apprehended. That's the entire city of Dallas that have been apprehended this year. And of those about half a million, we know have been released. Several 100,000 are known gotta ways we have at least 800,000 people in the United States because of what's been happening and divide administration not only doesn't care It's willful. It's purposeful, and they're doing it in blatant disregard of the constitutional duty to defend the United States of America, they are failing to faithful sleep faithfully execute the laws of the United States. And I believe it's not only impeachable, but that now Governor Abbott in Texas ought to take this into our own hands and do what we need to do to secure the border. The United States

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Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster

TIME's Top Stories

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster

"Maderna's case for a covert nineteen booster shots. It's vaccine protection wayne's by thirty six percent after twelve months. According to a new study by alice park studies from cova nineteen vaccine makers and public health officials have been suggesting for awhile that protection provided by the vaccine wanes over time and a new study published on september fifteenth to a pre print server. The study is not yet. Peer reviewed researchers at medina which makes one of the two are in a covert nineteen vaccines. The other is from pfizer. Biotech report that people vaccinated within the last eight months had thirty six percent fewer breakthrough infections. The knows who were vaccinated a year ago that suggests vaccine induced. Immunity is likely highest shortly after people get their recommended two doses of the vaccine and starts to drop afterward. The modern vaccine received emergency use authorization from the us food and drug administration in december twenty twenty the fda currently reviewing the company's request for full approval aldershot.

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FDA Panel Is First Key Test for Biden COVID-19 Booster Plan

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

FDA Panel Is First Key Test for Biden COVID-19 Booster Plan

"The food and drug administration is meeting today to review pfizer's request for third dose of its covert nineteen vaccine. Npr's windsor johnston reports some health. Experts have questioned whether a booster shot is necessary at this point a key. Fda advisory panel convenes today to discuss. Whether there's enough proof that a booster dose of the cova vaccine developed by pfizer is safe and effective citing data from recent studies. Pfizer argues that. Yo protection against severe disease is holding strong in the united states immunity against milder infection. Wayne somewhere around six to eight months after the second dose. The pharmaceutical company also says those. Antibodies appear strong enough to protect people against the highly contagious delta variant. If the fda decides to recommend the boosters the cdc will then have to decide who should get the additional doses windsor johnston

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Worried Trump Could 'Go Rogue,' Milley Took Secret Action to Protect Nuclear Weapons

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Worried Trump Could 'Go Rogue,' Milley Took Secret Action to Protect Nuclear Weapons

"Now the big story in washington. Dc and it really did grip the city yesterday is what the general milley say and doom did he say it after the new woodward and cost a book peril has appeared. The white house stepped forward to defend general milley against charges. He did anything inappropriate. Editorials in the washington post and the wall street journal both call for infant investigations and hearings under oath general milley for fear that he is compromised. Not merely american defense into conversations with china but the constitutional order. Now i have said from the beginning two days ago. Hold your fire on this. Wait and see. Acting secretary of defense miller who had replaced mark esperer at the time of the second call says he did not authorize the call and that's extraordinary cause for resignation. Mike pompeo went on fox with hannity last night and made some comments on this. What you to your secretary pompeo number one. I have no recollection of a conversation. Like that. look we were all pretty down. We are about to hand over the reins of foreign policy to what this administration we. We've seen these last eight months. What that means for the united states of america so if someone asked was excited about january twentieth and the fact that we were no longer going to have the capacity to secure american freedom. Count me for being a pretty dark place to. But what's important to know sean. Is you know all this has as a product that somehow there was. This fear there was there was a cabinet members. Run around concern. The donald trump was going to engage in some kind of rogue activity or some kind of act of war to sorta lash out. This never happened. Just it's just patently absurd and so the entire credit for all of this assessment that woodward is now laid out in his book. We'll see what turns out but make no mistake about it. During that entire time the entire time. I served all four years. We conducted orally foreign policy. We had national security team. That was working hard to make sure we make the best decisions. We possibly good. And i think the data set which show that. We did a pretty damn effect job and doing that.

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Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former Minneapolis police officer's murder verdict has been reversed in an Australian woman's death the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the third degree murder conviction Wednesday of a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an Australian woman in twenty seventeen while responding to her nine one one call the Supreme Court said the charge of third degree murder or depraved murder against Mohammed nor did not fit the circumstances of the case nor was convicted of third degree murder and the second degree manslaughter in the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond the ruling means the murder conviction will be overturned and nor will be sentenced on the manslaughter count with more than twenty eight months served if the manslaughter sentences the presumptive for years he could be eligible for supervised release around the end of this year hi Mike Rossio

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September 13th, 1922: The Straw Hat Riot in New York City

This Day in History Class

02:16 min | 1 year ago

September 13th, 1922: The Straw Hat Riot in New York City

"Day was september thirteenth nineteen twenty two in new york city. A group of teenage boys grab the straw hats of some factory. Workers stopped them flat on the sidewalk and then ran like mad later that evening. The boys did the same thing to some dockworkers but this time the hat wearers fought back. The ensuing brawl grew so large. It stopped traffic on the manhattan bridge and police had to be called in to break it up the following day. The new york times reported that quote scores of rowdies on the east side and and other parts of the city started smashing hats. Police reserves were called out straw hat. Bonfires were started and seven. Men were convicted of disorderly conduct in the men's night court. And here's the thing is a wild is all that sounds. The straw hat riot was just getting started by now though. You're probably wondering what's with all the hat smashing to answer that. We have to talk a little about men's fashion in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries at the time buildings didn't have air conditioning or central heating so menswear tended to follow a seasonal shift going from heavier fabrics in the fall and winter to lighter fabrics in the spring and summer. This changeover also applied the hats. Most men of the time wore hats every day typically felt once but they would switch to straw hats in the summer as a way to stay cool over time in unwritten rule. Emerged similar to the idea that you shouldn't wear white after labor day. In this case a man could only don his straw hat between may fifteenth and september fourteenth when the fifteenth rolled around it was time switch back to felt hats for another eight months. This became such an accepted norm that a tongue in cheek new york times article proclaimed that any man who wore a straw hat passed. The cutoff date was quote. A communal enemy and a potential subverter of the social order

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"eight months" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"eight months" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Be used romo's five months that's being discussed. I spoke with you this morning about that. Maybe very clear. The president would rely on any guidance by the cdc and the fda his health and medical experts That guidance continues to be eight months. That has not changed now. The president was meeting with the prime minister of israel. And we know there's a lot of research has come out of israel about this third shot and they have seen Already have sort of turned around their morbidity rate with the third shot. They believe what what is happening here between five months eight months. Well we're still planning on eight months. That was the calculation we made this out will start on the week of september the twentieth but as we said all along chuck in the original statement. That's the plan that we have but we are open to data as they come in. This will have to go through the fda process and then the advisory committee on immunization practices that advises the cdc so right. Now we're sticking with eight but we're totally open to any variation that based on the data. Where did the eight months come from because it seemed like all the clinical data. The travelator was based on six months. Not a and the only way. I got to eight was well the w. h. o. s. for two month moratorium because they're worried about the global vaccine supply. Where did we get eight months. Well certainly it was nothing to do with the. Who owes moratorium on boosters. That wasn't even in the consideration as the data accumulated with our own cohorts truck from the. Cdc has we were looking at. It was only in mid to late july that it became very very clear that we were starting to see a demonstration of waning of protection against infection and the slightest hint if any of waning of protection for hospitalization and death so it was at that point that we decided we're gonna plan to go at the feasible time in september. The week of september the twentieth. Start rolling it out. And that's where we got with the aid. As i said we're sticking with that for now we're not changing it but we have very open to new data as it comes in. We're going to be very flexible about dr peter. Hotels told me the other day that he thought that one of the things. We didn't do very well. When he says we the collective we of messaging on the vaccines was he said. You know this was probably always going to be three dose vaccine that many of our vaccines are three dose vaccines but this one is a little different. Because the second dose we decided to do so quickly Do you concur with that opinion. I think that peter hotels is right on the money. Were we were dealing chuck with a total emergency situation. If we had the grace to be able to do this. In a very slow measured manner. The face to study would have given various into builds of dosing. It is entirely conceivable that when all is said and done the standard regimen will be three dose. Shot for the m are in a and a two shot for j. j. But if you go back when we were doing this we really fighting against time we were having to save lives and we needed to do it very quickly so i don't think there was anything errands or wrong in the way we started it with two doses but at least now we're being very open and flexible that we may need that third dose in fact. I'm certain we're going to need that. Their dose looking at the data. That we've seen i wanna talk about sort of where we are in this fourth wave. School has been essentially open now in some of the country for as almost as long as a month cases among children have gone. i've i've doubled. Basically since the start of august two twenty days in over a nineteen day period we saw cases in children double with the basically the rest of the country starting school this week. Essentially this coming week Where do you see this wave going and are we are. We headed for for basically more increases in cases as school as school in. This virus circulates. Well that's possible. Chuck but i believe we can avoid it. I mean you can avoid it by protecting the children. We want to get them back in the classroom. And we've been through that now for a while that the deleterious effects of keeping kids physically out of the class regarding psychological mental and social development. But we want to do it safely and there is a safe way to do that. Surround the children with people who are eligible to be vaccinated and who get vaccinated teachers school personnel this the students from twelve and older who are eligible to be vaccinated right now to get them vaccinated and then abide by the cdc recommendations of having masks in the school and do other things to mitigate and that could be ventilation that could be testing. That could be a number of things. We understand the risk but we want to safely get the children back in school and i believe it can be done but as you know. There's a lot of issues there when you try to get mandating of masks this pushback from certain authorities which i feel is really unfortunate because it's going to really endanger the health of the children when we do that You made a comment earlier. This week that you thought we could have some returned to normalcy by spring of twenty two In the winter of twenty you thought maybe we could get there by the spring of twenty one maybe by the end of the summer of twenty one. Look we know all of this has been dependent on folks getting vaccinated but are we past the point of defeating this pandemic are we now. Is it now an endemic and we're going to have to learn to live with it.

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"eight months" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"eight months" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Officials now recommending. We get this booster shot eight months after our second dose. If the fda hasn't decided that the boosters necessary how do you put a date out there saying september twentieth. We can start giving booster shots issue. This broad guidance here that everybody's gonna need a boost. Ready month does not aligned with data as we know it to be right now. so so. here's my question. Is there hope or better yet. Data that getting this third booster shot could actually prevent transmission. So there's actually hope we don't have data yet. Don't have i mean i feel like we are living in a in a simpsons cartoon right we're going to push this thing on everybody. We have zero data and obviously clearly by that news piece. We don't have scientific consensus on whether or not this booster even works right. I mean you've got some dissenting voices right there in that news package. Yeah there's absolute division and it's coming actually as well from the. Who this is. Their headline. no need for kobe. Booster jabs for now even though we're seeing all these headlines about them rolling out and this is their chief scientist. Who chief scientists swami swaminathan asked about the need for boosters to increase protection against the disease told a geneva news conference she said quote we believe clearly that the data today does not indicated that boosters are needed and quote and that's her quote dot over to israel. They're not listening to her. Apparently because in israel like peter does she said and wrote about the efficacy of the vaccine. There that's pfizer's vaccine specifically because they they made an agreement to have pfizer's vaccine d rolled out there first they have over sixty percent of the population vaccinated. The headline says israel says pfizer's covert vaccine is just thirty nine percent effective as delta spreads but still prevents severe illness. So what they did there was. They rolled out the cova boosters. I sixty and up and now we're seeing forty and up cove. Nineteen boosters expanded to forty years older an up and they just expanded to thirty years older and up. But here's the big news out of israel really. I mean i hate to put a description on this. I'll leave that to the viewers. The green pass is what the vaccine passports called. And in this in this article. Articles titled ultra vacc- israel's crisis a dire warning to america and it says as of this week all israelis over thirty will be eligible to receive booster shots by the end of the month. They're expected to be universally available to anyone. Over the age of twelve received their second vaccine five months or more ago. Then it goes on to say israel will then reconfigure. Its green passports. Granting them only to the triple vaccinated a please understand what that means. This is the first world's first the to vaccinated will become the unvaccinated in israel according to the vaccine passport so when we see rising death rates and things potentially they will say it's only the unvaccinated when the truth is it's all the people that got two shots failing them because they refuse to get third shot which i think is going to be a gigantic number of people so there's two sides this coin right on one side the anti vaccine or the vaccine hesitancy group will be growing in massive numbers as we've sort of predicted as they you know alienate all of those that believed in the to shop program that was just approved by the fda But that will have a deleterious effect against those of us. That truly are unvaccinated. Because we're not the ones being represented in hospitals. We're not the ones that are dying. It's going to be people that were vaccinated but are no longer considered vaccinated. What a crazy mess. This thing is is is boiling up to be like. I said we're not picking here. I mean you were little we can just go and go and go. It's coming from all sides of stupidity from people that consider themselves experts like the world has never seen right. And let's move over to the united states because this is the ball's beginning to roll here as we all have probably seen by the headlines and just recently. This was about a week and a half ago or so the committee. Cdc's as committee held a meeting about giving a booster. This is the kind of the first one here in the united states to immuno-compromised twelve and a twelve and older so looking at their slides. That's check it out. It's called they have a slide here and the reason pulling this is it showing the lineages in the united states from this slide if you look at the far right pillar column or whatever it is. It's a big pumpkin colored orange column. Yeah that's delta. And it saying that ninety four percent of the cases in the us at that time we're delta. I heard the cdc saying ninety eight percent of the cases now and underneath the sub lineages which are like sub mutations from what i understand of that delta so we have full delta essentially in the united states. That's that's being put out here. Making the vaccine efficacy as we're told go down now the next slide. It says something very interesting. They're talking about the boosters. And if you go all the way to the bottom side it says no delta specific booster vaccine studies have been shared to date. So we're having a conversation. They're having a conversation about boosters because the delta variant but they have no delta specific booster vaccines studies to look at. It goes on even further with their slides there. There's no studies they're saying so this slide here. The benefits and harms summary of the available evidence I remember at the end of this meeting. They voted to give these these booster. Vaccines do menial. Compromise twelve older. It says here highlighted no efficacy or effectiveness studies of covert nineteen prevention following. Third dose. he's not even delta just following third dose and then at the bottom. There are no safety studies of an additional dose in immuno-compromised adolescence. Aren't that's what we're we're kind of talking about some of those people that are going to get them. I just keep sitting here thinking. What planet do we live on it and better yet. What country on that planet are we living. And this is the united states of america. When did we suddenly just become guinea-pigs in some experiment by a bunch of scientists supposed- scientists that obviously don't care whether they have any data to go on whatsoever they are. There's the geniuses that are going to go down in history. If there is a giant casualty to this. These are many of the people that i believe will be pulled into what i'm going to call nuremberg to. Yes every one of your smiling faces were coming after you because this is not how science should be done. These are innocent. People that are trusting their doctors and frankly innocent doctors that trust the. Cdc's telling them the truth when they say it's safe and efficacious go ahead and do it. Everyone assumes you did studies to prove it with sabin efficacious. They didn't realize that was dream statement. Some sort of assumption statement or wishful thinking. Wishfully hoping that it's safe and effective and does something against the delta. Even though we haven't changed you know the formulation whatsoever right and last week. The united states did something that really was a another first and perhaps not in a good way the they announced boosters for all adults boosters for all and the the headline was here. Us announced his plan to offer boosters to all american starting in the late september september twenty september twentieth is the date they are going to begin offering them to all adults that was the white house by administration that announced that and that really put a big division..

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"eight months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"eight months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's still available to 12 to 15 year olds under the emergency authorization fighter received eight months ago, NPR's Rob Stein reports on what Today's announcement could mean in the country's battle to control the most aggressive, varied yet of the coronavirus. This is the first Covid 19 vaccine to be subject to a full review by the FDA and to get an approval that puts the vaccine on par with others sold in the United States. The full approval could make it easier for employers, the military and universities to mandate vaccination and may reassure some people hesitant about the vaccine. Getting more people vaccinated. It is the nation's number one public health priority. Even though highly safe and effective vaccines have been available for months. Only about half of the nation's total population is fully vaccinated, and that's the main reason why the nation is suffering through yet another deadly surge. Rob Stein. NPR NEWS Pentagon spokesman John Kirby had an update today on the U. S military's vaccination plans. Now that the Pfizer vaccine has been approved, the department is prepared to issue updated guidance requiring all service members to be vaccinated. A timeline. For vaccination completion will be provided in the coming days. The health of the force is as always of our military or civilian employees, families and communities is a top priority. But the military's top priority in Afghanistan is evacuating as many Americans and allies as possible from the Kabul airport. At today's news briefing, Army Major General Hank Taylor ticked off the latest numbers critical to the immediate mission. 16,000 people evacuated in the last 24 hours about 37,000 evacuated since August, 14th and 5800 troops at the Kabul airport where Taylor says commanders are actively monitoring threats. U. S forces retain the inherent right to use force in self defense. Underscoring the precarious nature of security in the Afghan capital, the U. S military says an unidentified hostile actor opened fire on Afghan guards at the airport. Local forces joined by US and coalition troops fired back. One member of Afghan security was killed, Several were wounded. The World Health Organization and UNICEF are calling for humanitarian air Bridge to ensure the delivery of lifesaving aid into Afghanistan. Lisa Schlein has more Over the past few days, a major error operations out of the Kabul have focused on evacuating internationals and vulnerable laugh dance in the process. The lifesaving needs of some 18 million people in Afghanistan are being neglected. W H O and UNICEF born many vulnerable people, among them acutely malnourished Children are likely to die if aid agencies are unable to deliver medicines and other essential supplies. Lisa Schlein reporting from Geneva. This is NPR. Home prices in July were roughly 18% higher than a year ago in the United States. NPR's Chris Arnold reports. Price gains, though, are expected to start leveling off. The median price of a home in the U. S. Is now nearly $360,000 during the pandemic. Demand was very strong and supply tight without enough homes for sale. Add to that low interest rates and prices have been on steroids. But the chief economist for the National Association of Realtors, Lawrence Yun, says that should be changing. The price increases will be much less, maybe even going to a single digit Against We have more inventory. Certainly good news for the Consumers Union says there were 7% more homes on the market in July. If that trend continues buying a home, he says, it should get more normal and less frenzied. Chris Arnold. NPR NEWS General Motors is expanding its recall of Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles. The company says it's concerned about the pouch type lithium ion battery cells from the South Korean company LG that could catch fire due to faulty manufacturing, design or damage. In other news, Russia's reportedly begun construction of several warships, including nuclear submarines. Korean state media President Vladimir Putin gave the orders today via video for construction to launch it three locations..

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"eight months" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"eight months" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Biden's election win the new york times reports. Mr hodgkin's told judge randolph. Moss had he was remorseful for breaking into the capital calling it a foolish decision in court papers. The times writes his attorney. Invoked abraham lincoln's words saying that judge moss had a chance to show malice toward none and charity toward all by foregoing prison. time entirely. But the court suggested that would simply encourage future attacks and noted yesterday that hodgkin's brought goggles and a pair of gloves with him to the capitol as if prepared for conflict. The court said hodgkin's deserved less than eighteen months. Prosecutors requested because he didn't assaulted anyone and didn't damage government property. Willie let's bring it. Nbc four washington investigative reporter scott mcfarland. He's been covering the sentencing and plea bargain hearings for those charged for their participation in the capital attacks. Scott it's good to see you this morning. So let's talk first about this case. The one meeker just laid out. Mr hodgkin's a thirty eight year old man from florida who was inside the capitol inside the chamber boldly invoking lincoln's second inaugural asking for mercy. Asking i charity. The judge said no. This would set a bad precedent giving eight months which is a little bit less obviously than prosecutors had hoped for. What's the precedent that we see said. In this case this is really the first big test case will get a lot of people. Don't like the score. Paul hodgkin's got less than what the prosecutors were seeking it his case eight months versus the eighteen requested by prosecutors. He told the judge yesterday that what he did was foolish that it was not inspired by politicians and even set willie that joe biden is the rightfully elected president of the united states but he was angling to avoid any prison. His attorney argued. If you send paul hodgkins to prison he loses his job. He loses his home. He'll have trouble caring for his cats. The judge didn't go for that the prosecutors said in this powerful willie that what hodgkin's did was a part of a domestic terror incident that day and the judge remarked that what happened was so extraordinary that congress had to evacuate its own chambers because of what hodgkinson net mob did but talking to former federal prosecutors. Say when the judge goes that far below the recommended sentence it could lower the bar in other cases because they do strive willie for uniformity in federal sentencing. And in fact the judge rejecting this idea that we've heard for many of these other people been arrested saying i was just following the crowd. If i'd known it was going to get this out of hand. I wouldn't have gone in the first place the judge saying yesterday at least in this case perhaps in the future. That's no excuse for what you did. Scott let me ask you about this question of competency and maybe you can explain a little bit. We're hearing some of these defendants talking about competency whether they're fit to stand trial. Tell us about some of them and what that explanation is what may happen to them. Let me tell you about two of them. Willie i pauline. Bauer restaurant owner in pennsylvania. While paul hodgkin's was being sentenced her hearing was ongoing and it went off the rails. Bauer is trying to represent herself in her case and she told the judge yesterday. She's a sovereign citizen and not subject to the court's authority or authority. So that kind of detoured. The hearing she was talking over the judge. The judge was correcting her. The judge will allow her to defend herself. She's back in court in september. Let's see what happens next. Also want to tell you about land and coppola. He's a military veteran locked up in a local jail in utah awaiting his competency hearing. I spoke to him by phone from his jail cell. He is still trying to get his competency exam to move forward in his case. He says the government is slow. Walking leaving him languishing in jail for months. Now we'll see where that goes but just another hurdle willie in an already large the largest criminal investigation and prosecution in us history so much still to play out here but we have this first sentencing of eight months. we'll see if that becomes the standard nbc four washington investigative reporter scott mcfarland scott. Thanks so much good to see. House minority leader kevin mccarthy announced his picks worry select committee charged with investigating the january six capital attack. They include congressman. Jim banks of indiana will serve as ranking member congressman. Jim jordan of ohio rodney davis of illinois kelley armstrong of north dakota and troy nehls a freshman from texas three of those republicans banks jordan nails previously voted to overturn the results of the november election. You gotta mix from the entire conference jacket. Rings saying he did not speak to. Donald trump. mccarthy's choices still need to be approved by house speaker. Nancy pelosi but she is not signaled. Any plans to turn down any of those choices below announced her own appointments to the panel earlier this month including republican congresswoman liz. Cheney these select committee is scheduled to hold its first hearing next week. Witnesses will include officers from the us capitol police department and the dc metropolitan police department. Let's bring in white house reporter for the associated press jonathan lear pulitzer prize winning columnist associate editor of the washington post and msnbc political analyst. Eugene robinson former senior adviser for the house oversight committee kirk bartonella. He's a columnist for usa today and the l. a. times and an advisor to the d triple c. Good morning to all of you. Jonathan let me start with you. So kevin mccarthy was going to nod to the base. We knew that but three of the five of majority of his picks voted to contest the november election. Three of the picks willie did so and did so after the insurrection. Let's remember the official vote right after the rioters breached capital. We had hours worth of violence. So it's a pretty clear signal here from republican leader mccarthy as to which direction he wants to take these hearings and insurance. Two of the members there didn't do that. They didn't vote to decertify. They did go along with the democratic process. And the joe biden was indeed elected president. But the other three. Jim jordan as we know is one of former president. Trump's most vocal defenders and has willing to say blatant untruth order to defend the former president. He's closely aligned himself with it. And we know that he's still speaks to the former president frequently whether trump is in mar-a-lago or bedminster here so there's no sense that the house speaker pelosi will object to these picks But we certainly will learn more in next day..

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"eight months" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"eight months" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"To additional texas house democrats who fled the state last week to block of course legislation from passing They have tested positive for covert nineteen. So that totals three. I'm sorry five now because there were three previously and now there's two additional so not the best at math but believe that that is five people So here's here's the thing and by the way there were fifty people so this this fifty-six texas house democrats and the rate of them getting cova. The people who fled there saying is ten percent but the biggest super spreader event. I was just talking to my friendship rafer about this by the way. Pray through two thousand twenty two dot com And i was just talking to my french appraiser about this. And he said be highest documented super spreader event was at a rate of seven percent. This is a rate of ten percent and all of these people say that they're vaccinated. so what. what do we not know. What what what are we not of here are they lying about getting vaccinated or are they lying about testing positive for cove. It doesn't make sense that they would lie about getting tested positive for covert and i would never assert to have any personal information on whether or not they were truly vaccinated but does seem very weird in a group of people who say that they're fully vaccinated. We would now have a rate of ten percent that these people would be super spreading co van. This just does not make any sense here so many angles that i wanna take on this because it says so many different things really ties Whether it be with their own individual hypocrisy we know how they treat people being on campaign trail doing all sorts. They called us spread our sorts of crazy things. Time trump event remember not the riots. Don't you don't say you don't sprint cove. There you only spray it them. If you're going to support did social justice stops yes so far. They don't tell you it's the guys on the that side. I can't affect kind of eric. We're sitting now so it can't kill us through a safe right. Now we're seeing is just so you guys are protected. Doesn't go that high and here we are i. It speaks to their hypocrisy. But also it's like with when it comes to like testing and all this sort of stuff. I know that and this isn't gonna get us in trouble over. Went to youtube overlook anything. I'm destroying this out there because yes people have had this conversation when it comes to the whole testing you'd hear people including the birth double like stop getting tested right to stop. Stop like a lot of these issues that we have are coming from exactly now again. The which tacit to be you know is it isn't exactly it as it should be. I don't know so. I can't say if they have it or if they don't have it i can't see him vaccinated or if they or if they're not vaccinated or maybe they are. I don't know but it goes to show that there's some sort of hole in terms of the process and how we're doing this because if they are we accept that they are vaccinated and because the democrats i have to assume that they probably pushed another person in order to get in front of the line to get a job. Because that's how they talk about it. Is that something you you were the. You are being a human being on earth if you get to jam. So i'm so many guy but they still have tested positive and we we've heard about these sort of cases he's at a false positive will not now. We can have that conversation but the fact that there's so many different factors that we have to try to consider as to why this would be be a problem in the first place. I think that speaks to how we've been handling and that really we're playing pin the tail on whatever and we kinda just going in blind like maybe. Maybe it isn't and we got look at the other cases that serve as such but unfortunately they've all been perpetuated by that party and of course when it comes to this so it's going to be interesting to see how this plays out and then i'm offended pearl once responsible beat texas democrats schilling grandma yes exactly but according to so i mean you know you look at the way that they acted when trump was in office and we were talking about the vaccine and they were like i will never get a vaccine that president komo yes so that president trump was involved in as if he was like with the scientists. Like put you know putting things in vitals and stuff was like. He's overseeing it you know. She was like to remember when she did this thing where she was like. And if donald trump tells winters with like the double. Snap ed mike and so so you look back and you can see sleepy. Joe the cadaver in the white house doing the same thing. yeah right. he's he's walking back comments said and he's like facebook killing people. You know because of this misinformation which we know that misinformation just means you're you're over the target basically but no. I mean the last fifteen months you know we. We just mentioned it a second ago. Think about the fact that the flexi glasses difference between life and death so there's so many layers of hypocrisy and idiocy that i get why people are so scared because some people are so scared because they don't know what to believe yeah but they should be more scared and what the narrative in ideology and the gas lighting like. You mentioned earlier that that their government is trying to put on them. Like how stupid is our government. Think we are very. I think it varies facing. We are very stupid. I think is the answer to that question. But you know i think the more sad part about that as i think they're right about a lot of people we've talked about before the show is like people don't see it as legitimate information unless it comes from. Unfortunately it doesn't even doesn't even happened and that's just such a bizarre doctor. Obviously doctor doesn't tell you the truth. Those are the only ones you ever listened to the public. Health experts which i would think those will be the most compromised again depending on what side they take. But it's like the fact that everybody it's not even that they got laughed at the room. They got shunned out of the room. Any advantage you had just as much expertise. This is much you just learned it all as all of them but any event that ukraine to different conclusion about this very topic that we're discussing which should have been a part of the conversation will. This is what happens which goes to show why the whole misinformation disinformation thing such a dangerous thing. 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"eight months" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"eight months" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Corey williams founder of seventeen seventy six forever free and also i would just like to throw in there. He has a launched his exploratory committee for us senate. So that's exciting. We're happy to have you. I'm happy to be on. Thank you so much. I really really appreciate it. And yeah the maiden voyage. yeah so no pressure. Just don't screw up. Don't screw it up all right. So how'd finds the day. Let's get to i Florida man who was charged with a felony after breaching the senate chamber in the united states capitol during everything. That happened on january. Six was sentenced monday today. To eight months in jail and again this was the first person to be charged with an actual felony during a court appearance by the way just to an by the way this is to say that he did actually get to court and have a court appearance because i do know just for perspective here. There were a lot of rioters during the summer of twenty twenty. Who were burning down private businesses. Who actually just got their cases thrown out. Just leave that right there but During a court appearance he apologized to the court saying he was ashamed of his actions and merely got caught up in the moment as a mob swarmed into the capital. He said if i had any idea that the protests would escalate the way that it did. I would never have ventured farther than the sidewalk of pennsylvania avenue. This was a foolish decision on my part And by the way for those of you wondering what the felony was it was. He pleaded guilty to one count of obstructing unofficial preceding so this felony particularly carries a maximum twenty year. Prison sentence but prosecutors argued for an eighteen month sentence so it is interesting to see. You know all of these people who i think. Are you know there are a lot of them who are still being held without bond not getting proper access to attorneys places that they should be able to go that they have due process for but You know it is interesting to see how these people are treated when you think about all of these major cities who again are just like letting these people go who burned down private businesses. Who did. I would say. Much more than as i know my friend. Eric july's about to say kick kick their feet up on death knowing every time. That's all that i'm going to certainly take from. This is just that you describe this past summer and summer. Twenty twenty Rather he asked all the love and the peaceful peaceful protests must mostly peaceful. Yes the unity and the healing absolutely certainly wants a bond one but no this is like to carry a maximum sentence of twenty years. That's a lot of lot of. I'm actually surprised at the prosecutors. Didn't try to you know. Really nail this man to the cross a per se. But that's what you have to take from like we have something to compare and contrast it to just happened last year which was obviously pharma. Wasp rainfall worse. As far as i'm concerned because i care more about the local business owner than i care about nancy pelosi and everybody that works for criminals out of congress and they are not only punishing this ma'am punishing virtually everybody else but eight months. Four as i think. That's the story more so for a lot of people that were there because we know we've seen the videos of people now with just kind of leading and you see crowd going to your life. There was enough to say there was a major confusion there absolutely and they're like oh i guess we're going forward and it's easy to get caught up in that and i totally understand what that person is coming from when they when they certainly say that. But as i've said on this show when all of this was taking place all this does show who is off limits. Who who who's more important out of this situation. Though we again an instance which was for bread and that's not to say that people over has some didn't maybe going to jail but like you said so many people were. They were absolutely released on bail. They were some totally miss. I know they never even served any sort of jail. Tom already big corporate entities as well as the entertainers had all these funds to absolutely helped these guys in the event that they were called tossing and into the windows of private business owners and god forbid probably business on actually reacted. Like we saw out there in min- minneapolis. He's the one that goes to goes to prison. Trying to rather i believe they ended up dismissing that that that pawn shop owner that ended up killing unfortunately a looter that was looting his business and the fact that he was arrested for that Was insane to me. But that's what's happening here. you see. Who's far more important and what they are telling. Basically the american people is that we're off limits. You don't ever do anything to us. But any event that people go after you even when they are the ones that caused the air pin. It wasn't a target right right. That's the minimum upset. This all the time if you take it to the cathedral if you go directly cathedral you ain't gonna hear me. I'm not coming to the defense for nancy pelosi. I know him marcus at the table. I get to say that. But no defense like they wouldn't come to the defense of me but what they're saying. Is that you guys. You guys aren't important. They can burn your stuff now and maybe a couple of spend twenty four hours in a jail cell but for the most part they'll get nothing slap on the risk most. Well you know. I think that to your point i mean what about ashley babbitt right. Nobody's talking about her. Nobody's talking about cal. Rittenhouse and i mean the layers of hypocrisy if you take this situation with the capital but even look at the censorship that's happening there literally isolating anybody that believes a different narrative different ideology than them. There's the q. Chaman the guy with the horns that was in. I was in maricopa county. Doing we were doing. Rally after rally after november third. You know in the fraudulent election and he was there every weekend. This guys like an actor. People are saying he's doing ops marine and all this stuff. He's in solitary confinement. I was in anaheim yesterday. Met a guy literally has footage of the fbi like coming down on this kid and there's people that have stories like that all over america where the f. b. is common to their door. They tried to interview me. They're they're they're getting people in a room without an attorney and then what are we talking about. We're talking about this as cryan. Chuck would say these.

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"eight months" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"eight months" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"About eight months? We exchanged the inside to the wrong, you know, but he only dropped eight words for smoke. No mm. This is what happens. You don't have barbecue sauce. Well, maybe not A guy in Anthony Iowa, was arrested this week. Police said he threatened to blow up at McDonald's. Listen, we all have different reactions. 42 year old Robert Gold Wit Sir Jr called the McDonald's and Anthony about five o'clock in the afternoon discovered that his order was incorrect in the call. Gold wits are threatened to blow up the restaurant and punch an employee to punch you. In the crying to the criminal complaint. Police reached out at the phone number. The threat was called in from That's that's dummy. Step. Number two is answering the phone when you just placed the bomb threat, and it wasn't that they got their order his order wrong. They forgot. The dipping sauce to me, that's wrong. Okay, see, aren't you You're the one who just said that you can't have nuggets without barbecue sauce more Colegio. Number seven. I said 77 Miles an hour. My son has a party in seven days. Don't do anything for seven days is 77 talks seven years he couldn't find a job. Here we go. Game seven year is seven more fruit gate. This is so cute Ducks ducks while they're invading a neighborhood, but still, they're cute. They're invading a neighborhood with adorable East Baton Rouge Animal control officers working on a plan to relocate dozens of ducks that have taken over the neighborhood on Suma Court. The homeowner says as we speak. We have a batch over there of new babies, and we have a dozen over here that are about to hatch and they're just all over the place. Apparently, they're dealing with 60 ducks. And they follow this adorable woman and her neighbor all over the neighborhood sidewalks. Wait for them at their front doors until they come outside. What's the problem here? I don't see anything wrong with this right now. You know what ducks do. Oh, yeah. What You know the people You know what else they do? Kind of sounds like the Ali they make like rabbits. That's what they do. Ducks can, uh, ducks can breed pretty quick. Come on. Yes. Come on, number 66 in.

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"eight months" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"eight months" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Task Force covert coordinator Jeff Zions sites are selected based on their ability to reach some of the population's most at risk for severe illness. From Copan 19 on covert relief. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the Senate will vote today on emotion to move forward with their budget resolution. That will lay the groundwork to pass President Biden's proposed $1.9 trillion covert relief package through the reconciliation process. That process would allow the stimulus proposal to pass the Senate with a simple majority, not requiring any Republican votes. The needs of the American people are so demanding We need to think big. We need to act quickly because officials the ABC News Washington president Biden expected to sign executive orders today on immigration press Secretary Jen Psaki. We want to put in place and immigration process here of that can that is humane. That is moral that considers applications for refugees applications for people to come to into this country at the border in a in a way that treats people as human beings that's going to take some time. One executive order aims to reunify families separated at the border. On the Russian opposition leader recovered from poisoning with a nerve agent. A Moscow court ruled to change an old suspended sentence against Navalny to real prison time on the grounds that he had violated his parole. In reality. The sentence to use to jail Navalny comes from a 2014 trial already widely denounced as politically motivated. Kremlin, though pushing ahead despite the protests of Royal Russia the past two weekends, Navalny's team have called for people to come out and protests in central Moscow. Patrick Drivel ABC News at the Foreign Desk collection of Ali sentence, two years and eight months. Listening to ABC News. Beachcombing baking cookies Learning.

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"eight months" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"eight months" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. Janet Yellen was sworn in as Treasury secretary Today She is the first woman to hold that title. Vice president Kamila Harris administered the oath. Congratulations, Madam Secretary. Actually, thank you, for all you do is have done for our country and will do as Treasury secretary. Yellen will be the administration's point person on economic policy. She's been urging lawmakers to quote, act big and support President Biden's $1.9 trillion economic relief package. Some Republicans in Congress are bulking at that inn what Democrats see as a rerun of the mistakes made during the last recession. NPR's Scott Horsley joins us now to talk more about all of this, say Scott. Good afternoon. Good afternoon. So Yellen has been a White House economist. She's led the Federal Reserve. What? What is her argument for pumping almost went to trillion more dollars a federal government money into the economy right now. Also, the economy has lost a little bit of steam. The U. S lost jobs in December for the first time in eight months. The pandemic continues to weigh on in person businesses like restaurants entertainment, So, Yellin says this is not the time for Congress to pull the plug on economic assistance. They're free direction. We risk a longer, more painful recession now and longer term scarring of the economy Later, she acknowledged in her confirmation hearing last week. Congress has done a lot already, and that's helped to pull the economy part way out of the deep hole we were in last spring. We're not completely out of the hole yet, and Democrats believe one of the reasons we had such a slow recovery after the last big recession was that Congress didn't spend freely enough. You know it kept the rescue package, then under a trillion dollars. And then cut off the relief too quickly and whether Republicans in Congress have to say about that argument. Republicans argue Congress just passed another $900 billion aid package a month ago. A lot of that money hasn't been spent yet. And South Dakota Senator John Thune has also been raising concerns about mounting government debt. Many of us have said for a long time that anything we do related, the krone virus needs to be targeted. It needs to be fiscally responsible. It needs to take into consideration the fact that every dollar that we spend is a borrowed dollar. That Democrats wonder. Where was that concern about the debt when the GOP was passing? It's big tax cut a few years ago, yelling for her part, agrees. Government can't run huge deficits forever. But she says the cost of borrowing money right now is really low. And that the best way to put the government's fiscal house in order is to spend what it takes to beat the pandemic and then make the kind of investments that will help to remote future growth. Well, we're nearly a year into the pandemic here in the U. S. How is Thea economy doing right now? International Monetary Fund actually put out a somewhat upbeat forecast this morning. It projects the U. S economy will grow more than 5% this year after last year's sharp contraction, that's better growth and the math was protecting just three months ago. And the optimism is based on successful vaccines and that additional relief that was passed last month. At the same time, forecasters warn. There's still a lot of uncertainty about how smoothly the vaccine rollout will go. And what could happen with these new Corona virus variants. Exactly. Okay, So what happens next in Congress? The Congress. The White House is reaching out to lawmakers looking to see if there's some wiggle room around the edges. Brian D's, the incoming director of the National Economic Council, told CNBC. The administration would like to work with Republicans, but Only up to a point. We're very open Tol people's input ideas. That's the process that's happening right now. But we do need to move with speed here, so we don't find ourselves a month or two or three. From now. In a place where the virus isn't getting under control. The economy is in a worse place, and we're all asking ourselves why we didn't act. Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer echoed that, saying he'd like to craft a bipartisan bill. But Democrats will act on their own if they have to, and we could see a step in that direction else as early as next week. That is NPR's Scott Horsley. Thank you, Scott. You're welcome. There are millions of people waiting eagerly, perhaps impatiently for the chance to be vaccinated. But among those who have already been offered the shot, one group stands out for taking a pass. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports, along with doctors and nurses, Another high priority group are those in long term care facilities. Many report more than 90% of their residents are being vaccinated, but it's a very different story with the workers at nursing homes and assisted living facilities. A recent survey of providers found nearly half saved so far on Lee 30 to 60% of their staff have received the first dose That was disappointing to actually, you know, sort of see that in black and white. That's Katie Smith Sloan, president of leading a judge, a trade group that represents thousands of non profit providers. Obviously, we hope that the numbers the percentages increase of staff who available fills of this vaccine. And my hope is this wait and see will turn into Wait. Do there are many reasons for hesitancy. Nancy Sapelo was a registered nurse and vice president at Bain Care Management, which operates long term care facilities in Massachusetts, she says so far about 40% of employees have opted for the vaccine..

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"eight months" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"eight months" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"So do you not think that over the next six months, eight months we are gonna have an economic boom. I really, you know, Boom is all in the eye of the beholder. But I think We're going to see a growth in our market. We're talking 4 to 5 5.5% GDP for this year, Which would be a you know, a significant growth rate coming off where you know where we were last year and all the things that happened, But for sure, you know, any administration that comes in early on, They're going to want to get some traction. Take credit for some things and you know again, ah, year ago at this time are our economy was cooking like it Never before. Had we again new highs this previous week during the inauguration, and so Yeah, there's a lot of things to be hopeful from. We're not where we need to be in order to get back, his Makayla said earlier. You know, 60% of these businesses that closed due to the pandemic are are now permanent, but it's going to take some time. And we will come back to where we're just going to take a little bit of time and and and it may be a little bit inflated, and it may be exaggerated early on because of the money that's being pumped in to this economy. But there are some really good things going on in housing and manufacturing, and some of these other sectors are starting to come back. It's just it's going to take a little bit. It was a big was a tough year. 2020 years. Yeah, it was a rough year on so many different people. Exactly. You know it affected everything from Savings store retirement to, you know, Wealth management. And, you know now is a good time to just start those conversations with your financial advisors. Because when this happens in when you know we do get out of the pandemic, want to make sure that we're secure and want to make sure that we're on the right path. 9198521215 again. 9198521215 a rolly wealth solutions dot com to set up that first, either virtual or in office appointment, and we talked about it last week, a little bit Makayla kind of give us an education on Bitcoin and hot new trends. But the New York Times say that people who owned Bitcoin well, they've either for gotten or they lost their passwords to the tune of $140 Billion Worth of the crypto currency. Yep, that's with a B. That's where the bee building, So we talk about the robo advisers using people use those to manage their money. They have any way of getting that 140 billion back if you use those robo advisers well, so what Bitcoin the way it's set up is basically You know you have the passwords that unlock you into that digital wallet. And, you know, quite frankly, if you forget the password because Bitcoin is built on a platform of Hey, you have to have you know, minimal identity checks, no identity checks. It's not through a financial institution. The whole idea of Bitcoin is to let more People have access to the money and make it easy. So there is no advisor somebody that they can call on the other end of the line to help them. Remember those passwords. So for these people who have You know they are part of that $140 billion of Bitcoin. If you forget your password, you're not. You're not getting that invested back and there's no place there's there's no one that you can call to check on that No regulatory agency and say, Oh, you know, Yeah, I sent my password. You guys like theirs. It's not regulated. And I think the the analogy there trying to make yours when they see stories about crypto currencies like this, they think about whenever I see someone used in, you know, one of those quote unquote Rober advisers to Minister Money is their similarity that people have any way of. You know if you're using a robo adviser, What's your What's your recourse in terms of getting customized advice and comprehensive wealth management? Because Robo advisers are just given you investment advice. They're not gonna work on tax planning. They have no wealth management formula. Say, Hey, we need to do this from an income standpoint, and we're going to make adjustments in your portfolio based on new tax codes as being passed or being. Proposed and we're gonna go. We're gonna make sure that your you know your income planning is taken care of. We're gonna help you with your estate planning. So I think when you're using ah, robo adviser Yes, It's very cost effective. It's just like anything else. You're kind of getting what you pay for, and you're just getting investment consulting advice and just people need to understand that. And so most of the people that we serve, they've saved their money. They've made their money they now they just need to keep it. They need to protect it from taxes. They need toe, protect it from a state planning they they want to keep it in the family. They want to make sure they never run out of money, and they want to do it in a taxi, efficient manner. And the only box in my opinion at the robo adviser checks off is low cost investment consulting. But most of Our families don't really.

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"eight months" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"eight months" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Was deployed last night by police in Portland, Oregon, after protesters surrounded in immigration and Customs enforcement facility. Demonstrators chanted No borders! No nations abolished deportations. America's listening to Fox News. Now tell you away I local news. The Texas unemployment rate is down significantly. From November to December, it dropped to 7.2% nearly a full percentage point more than 64,000. New jobs were added for the eighth month in a row of continued job growth. A North Texas 22 year old is under arrest on claims he was involved in the early January capital riot. The FBI says Nolan Cook, banged on the doors and windows of the capital while filming it all on camera and Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick is calling for changes to the state's vaccine rollout plan, Patrick is recommending creating subgroups within phase one be so all residents with chronic conditions don't rush to get their vaccines. All of the same time. His plan would vaccinate Texans ages 75 older first, followed by teachers and school staff over the age of 65 before doing the rest of phase one B. I'm Tanner Carlson. From the W Away I traffic center Look Good morning, heads up for a brand new closure due to a clipped 18 wheeler and loop 16, a boarding westbound between Lookout Road and Nacogdoches. Also another wreck blocks the exit ramp. But I 10 westbound at Bolton. We're still seeing this turnaround. Lena District instruction there. Texas 46 eastbound on I 10 U S 87. If you see me traffic problems called two and 0785 26 Year one. I'm considering Alice News Radio 200 W away. I This fog will limit visibility starting off this Sunday. The rise will be clouding, wrapping up this.

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"eight months" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"eight months" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like you said. Normal emergencies are a couple weeks long. It's a flood. It's a fire. It's it's flooding. It's it's unusual natural disasters stuff because this is a global pandemic. We're in a totally different place. Then we were say eight months ago and some change. I mean, now there's a vaccine. Um, we're starting to administer the vaccine, and you can see the restrictions are being eased, but where they were just in a global pandemic, and the governor had to do with the governor had to do. Now, now, please. I will say this hindsight is always 2020. Could you done something differently? Sure you could have. What did you do at the time? No, you didn't. Okay, well, he's pretty arrogant guy for to use the well. In hindsight, I could have done it differently. Well, when half the state's been begging you to do it differently for the past 10 months, maybe you shouldn't listen really gots also got 60% of the vote to a lot of Democrats did cross over and vote for him. You're right. So it does raise in an interesting point here about session itself, which is you observe this now for two weeks. Can you give us a little insight into how sessions being handled is an efficient is an effective Are there things that have to be changed? I think they're learning there's ago because once again We know where global pandemic place him with a mass mandate who wears a mask doesn't wear masks. I think they are you actually in a really good job of actually handling. Committee business, but they did bad the past couple bills. And so they're they're doing just fine. I think the mass mandated had and how to deal with the public is going to be the bigger is gonna be just a bigger issue. How to just keep that disorder crowd control. I think I'm going, But actually, here's the big issue. The longest had to deal with the next couple. How much time do we have here? You got about four minutes, so you have to do some four minutes. Know that know the big issue that lawmakers are concerned about now. Is the nationwide protests are scheduled to take place between now and inauguration Day and so because of mostly armed protests the whole nine yards we've been talking to state police We've been talking to the governor's office, talking to Todd Houston and Rod Brae Boy. If there had been this concerned in May and June, we might have had a downtown. It's amazing how concerned they get is selectively in it. Well, maybe so, but But at the same time, though, that is that is a big concern of everybody right now. Now, toe today, there's been no credible evidence that there's actually gonna be Something going on. There's been multiple pro trump Multiple pro open the state of protests, and none of them have been remotely anything other than polite and nice. Yeah, but Yeah, but this is the positions of the pro trump people. This is the antifa. Pro proud boys. Whatever group whatever crazy experience long do a group? No, not really. No, they all look alike. I'm not. I've never been a big joiner. I know you belong to several clubs that I can't get into. But I wanted to be never been a part of a group. Not really. Okay, So this is on Inauguration day, right? Yeah, Just basically, that sort of the big thing right now is just make sure about the safe and secure for Inauguration Day and afterwards, all right. I want to wrap up the statehouse happening show by talking about our favorite part. Petition Todd Ricky to so he puts out your face. It's great. He puts out a tweet in support of President Trump. He gets by always stand with the president or something of that nature, Right? And he gets bombarded on both sides. And then he comes out and goes Well, It was just a test to see if I get taken down. Then he gets bombarded even more. We don't believe that was just a test, right? I mean, here you buy in that I will put it this way between that. And then The other thing that happened was was the National Association of Attorney General that put out a letter? Uh, kind of protest in going against the riots We saw Last week, there were 46 of them, who also in often letter time Ricky to did not say that no one did anything with the black lives matter. That's something which is Just not necessarily the whole story because individual attorney general's dead just the group don't do anything as a whole. Um, I'll put it this way. I'll lead Mr Rickey to speak for himself because this is the thing with Todd. Right. We always talk about there's good Todd and there's politician Todd. Secretary of state. Todd was good Todd. He did a lot of really nice things. But there's the politician he side of Todd. I feel like it's the angel and the devil on the shoulder, you know, always conflicted and the politician he taught us so squirrely. There's nothing wrong Tweeting out. You stand with President Trump. There's there's nothing wrong with that. And if you did it, and you meant it. Just own it like this score. Lydia. I was testing. It's like Nixon saying, I've got a plan for Vietnam, but I can't reveal it to you until after. I mean, does he realize or did he probably doesn't even care How ridiculous essence you stood? What? Trump? That's fine. Millions of Americans do. Just say it. Move on. All I can say is it's only week too. Alright, well. Speaking of which we got about a minute left here a week three is coming up. What can we look forward to in the next seven ish days? Next 70 days. Look for The governor State of the state address. Look at how it does in the Copa 19 of us. What does he talk about? And also look for lawmakers to start dissecting this budget? I have two things. I'd love for you to get to the bottom of in the next week, and I'm sure you can do it. Are you ready for them your homework if you will, or they wanted only abilities. Your boss one I heard in the in the debate that we had quote cut to the bone, I think was the was the phrase used by the governor in terms of no room for any cuts in government. Where did those fancy new masks that what he was wearing for his inauguration Come from? Did I pay for that? As a taxpayer? Know, do one of those really rich guys that propelled him back to the others. I'm not Grace Committee, and there's a whole set of really rich guys. He does the favors for it. Well, I would say all that, but it is not paid for by the tax. Okay. Okay. Well, I'd love to know who those people were. If you could get to the bottom of that. And if you could let me know if you could find out what happened to that crazy lunatic and teeth, a guy who who on video pointed the gun of that poor motorist during the summer, we all saw it. We all saw it in real time. It were all about stopping, inciting the violence. A guy who refused to let a motorist pass and stuck a gun in his face. 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"eight months" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"eight months" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Time. Him done. WBZ Boston's news radio at 5 48, the CDC, saying there is evidence of a disturbing rise in Corona virus cases since the summer among kids. Teenagers and young adults and continues to stress the importance of wearing face masks and a safe in person learning environment. Researchers from the World Health Organization began to arrive in Wuhan, China, to begin tracing the roots of the Corona virus pandemic. China also reporting their first death. In over eight months yesterday, according to some numbers released by the Chinese Communist Party, it is now 5 48 the ripple effects from last week siege on the capital, including some health concerns for those lockdown. During the breach, report say more than 10% of tested positive for covert 19, with three Democrats contending there Republican colleagues for not wearing masks while sheltering in place. CBS's David Big Note. Speaking with one of those lawmakers, Congressman Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman of New Jersey What would you say to your colleagues who were wearing masks that I'm angry with you? You got there would be consequences for you're not wearing your mask because you're right not to wear a mask does not supersede my right to be healthy and safe. Well, the house voting last night to find members who do not wear masks on the House floor. It's 5 49. The backlash against President Trump is extending beyond Capitol Hill. ABC is just I injure, saying some popular attractions in New York City are dropping the Trump name after a siege on the Capitol and impeachment number two..

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"eight months" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"eight months" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"2021. So eight months from now that we're out, and they're gonna knock everybody out of there for three months completely changed the fairways to a different type to a soy Asia type of grass. And so then Jodie there that's not enough time to heal and know it for to get the fairways right for a world class competition in 2022. So I can't know about Hollywood. Make that calendar. Well that I can't either in less. The PGA just says, you know, obviously, they owned the courts. They say we're going to move that back a year. I mean, I can't imagine that they would. But again, that was that's been the speculation out there in the Gulf world that there's a couple of sites and the hollow would be one of them. But you're right, Terry. I can't imagine that it would be hollow this time. Plus, you have to remember. My right. 2025 is when it's 24 2024 is when it's scheduled to be here anyway. So, um, yeah, I can't imagine what they would do that. I don't think new fairway plantings could take proper route to be at that level, the quality level they need for a PGA championship and within, like 78 months of doing it. And then they said they're shutting down the course from the first or third of August this year, and they're guessing mid October until it opens back up, toe play play again, right And that's what I said. And I was thinking the same thing. The fact that they're going to do that, and I wouldn't think they would want to push that and not do that right now, since they have it already scheduled and everything. It's kind of a good to go so what we'll have to wait and see, But it is. It was interesting that they have been brought up. And usually when there's an event out there for the PGA because they've hosted so many events at Mahala. It's nice to see the name brought up every you know every now and then. Terry knows that realizes that people still know the golf course is a good one. So that sports news ready Wait 40 wks. From the East.

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"eight months" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"eight months" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is a matter of urgency. For the people. That Congress Act where Congress has failed to act for the last eight months and get direct relief to the American people and then and enact a broader agenda that will serve working families across this country. Do you think Democrats have pushed hard enough in Congress for what you're arguing for right now? The Democratic House passed a very generous and substantial covert relief package. Last summer. I mean, there's really no room for false equivalency here. The United States House of Representatives passed major additional covert relief eight months ago. It is the United States Senate that has been blocking that relief for months and months and months. And now, even again when you've got bipartisan consensus, Donald Trump and Joe Biden and the American People agree that $2000 stimulus checks are required to keep families on their feet in their homes. Still, the Senate is blocking the relief that people needed. That is just a shadow of what will come If Mitch McConnell and his caucus are in a position to block the entire agenda that Joe Biden and Kamila Harris need to pass to help people expanding the Pell Grant program, so folks don't have to take on debt to get a degree from a public college or an hbcu making America the world leader in clean energy production. I mean, look, everybody out there listening at home and in the car, I want you to feel Positive in optimistic about what we can achieve together, But we have to be able to enact.

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