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Migrant Children Held in Mass Shelters With Little Oversight
"The biden administration is holding tens of thousands of asylum seeking children in an opaque network of some two hundred facilities that the associated press has learned spans two dozen states and includes five shelters with more than a thousand children packed inside confidential data obtained by the ap shows the number of migrant children in government custody more than doubled in the past two months and this week the federal government was housing around twenty one thousand children from toddlers to teens a facility at fort bliss. A us army post in el paso. Texas has more than four and a half thousand children as of monday. Attorneys advocates mental experts. Say that while some shelters are safe and provide adequate care. Others are endangering children's health and safety a us department of health and human services spokesman mark webber said the department stuff and contractors a working hard to keep children in the custody safe and healthy part of the government's plan to manage thousands of children crossing the us mexico. Border involves about a dozen unlicensed emergency facilities inside military installations stadiums and convention centers that skirts states regulations and don't require traditional legal oversight inside the facilities cold emergency in sites children on guaranteed access to education recreational opportunities or legal counsel
Biden holds first press conference as president
"Biden is disputing GOP claims that his decision to undo some Trump era immigration policies is to blame for the surge of Central American migrants crossing the Southwest border. In his first formal press conference since taking office more than two months ago, Biden said a short time ago, the heightened level of crossings occurs every year, especially around this time of year. The reason they're coming is that it's the time they can travel with the least likelihood of dying on the way because the heat the desert Number one number two. They're coming because of the circumstances in country. Bind has put Vice President Kamila Harris in charge of the diplomatic mission to engage Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras to address the root causes of increased migration. The immediate concern is finding more space to house thousands of migrant miners arriving on their own. President says he's as the Defense Department to make Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas, available for Housing uses base has 5000 beds.
U.S. sees major surge in migrants at southern border
"Or more Katya RFM, Glendale, Phoenix and a half 1000, according to H. H s official and a document obtained by ABC News. Numbers separate from the number of unaccompanied Children and Border Patrol custody, which, as ABC News is reported, is that a record of more than 5000 the surge of the border leading to heartbreak ABC is Matt Gutman in El Paso, Texas migrants many of them with Children in their arms, deported to Mexico by U. S officials at the southern border, with some saying they weren't told where they'd be taken. This mother from Honduras had hoped to reunite with her Children's father in the U. S. She says. I only asked the U. S government to give me One opportunity because my girl doesn't know her father, the body administration now urging migrants not to come. But it's facing mounting criticism for its handling of this certain Mexico now deploying officers to its southern border with Guatemala, trying to keep more migrants from
Carlos Gimenez says he saw ‘humanitarian crisis’ on trip to southern border
"Crisis at the border in person, blaming the Biden administration for allowing migrants to come to the U. S. While their status is reviewed. Republican representative Carlos Menaces to restore order at the US Mexico border We need to stop incentivizing. People to come here. We need hundreds of more judges to be able to expedite the asylum hearings of these migrants that air coming over and, frankly, the old policy of keeping them in Mexico till they get these hearings. Is probably the best the best thing he calls seeing hundreds of Children inside of Customs and Border Patrol facility in El Paso, Texas. Heartbreaking aircraft. REGUS NEWS radio 6 10 Wi OD Homeland
As Biden faces ongoing surge of migrant children, Republicans criticize White House for border crisis
"Deaths South Florida congressman is back from the border Republican representative Carlos a Menace witness. What he feels is just the beginning of a humanitarian crisis. That's going to get worse because the bite in administrations change in immigration policy along with touring the border wall, he visited a Customs and Border Patrol facility in El Paso, Texas. That really broke my heart to see those hundreds of kids arranging. I would think from like four until about 17, he says. Customs agents told Delegation. They need more agents The wall's construction to be completed in technology to help them But I believe that at the end what they really needed to change policy that Disincentivize people from coming here in the first place aircraft greatest news radio 6 10 w
What Is Tail Risk?
"Last week. The proven i got stuck in a rare snow and ice storm that hit texas where millions were without power and unable to heat their homes. We spent saturday night in el paso. Texas we saw there was going to be a winter storm between el paso and san antonio where we were heading where we were dropping off. My son and daughter in law's subaru that they had repaired back in tucson where we spend the winters we debated whether we should stay in el paso or not maybe way today but i thought i've driven in the snow a lot. It's a subaru. It has new tires. We should be just fine and indeed the car at least for the first day perform quite well. It was an absolute mess. There were so many wrecks at one point. There was a chinese woman in the middle of the highway waving us down. We thought it was another wreck. Turns turns out. She and her husband had got stranded on the other side of the expressway and needed a ride back to the next town where they had a hotel. It took us eight hours of driving. And we realized we wouldn't be able to reach san antonio. I rather son book too so hotel in oso texas because our cell phones weren't working right. The next morning the car was dead we put in a battery and then we started driving again. We didn't make it far. We got stuck at a rest. Stop our cell. Phones didn't work. It was fifteen degrees. I found found somebody that call the police for us rescue us but before the police arrived the car started against so we thought well at least try to get to the next exit and maybe we could get a hotel. The car stalled again. We posted about a half a mile off the highway and ended up stranded on the side of the road in sonora texas. It's not a very big town. There's no taxis there's no uber. We presume the problem was the alternator was out. We got a hold of my son who wanted to come and install a new one so we had to get back about thirty eight miles to sona texas where we had a hotel room. I least had the presence of mind to book another nights room at the hotel just in case something came up. We couldn't get back. I called the police. They said they couldn't help. They didn't have the resources that operator said call tow truck. Why did they weren't going to pick us up. They only tow cars. Aaa doesn't do it. Either they only arrange for toes reaced needed a ride back to her hotel. Was i call the auto parts store where i had paid a couple of guys to put the battery in. They didn't want to come pick us up. I had brett check. If we had any plus members in the area the closest one was in kerrville too. Far away i called our web developers in houston. Do they know anybody. In sonora turn their neighbor had family that live there but he was eighty and they couldn't get a hold of him on the phone. Finally brat got in touch with a local leader from the church of jesus christ of latter day saints that live an hour and a half away and it turns out he knew a couple in zona who said they were willing to come and get us complete strangers. They both worked for the school district. The husband and wife and they came. We were on the side of the road about two hours and it was cold the next day. His father in law came. They picked us up. And we made it san antonio barely because we had the head any gasoline because they're filling stations were closed or out of gas because of power. It was extremely rare event. The coldest that has been in texas since nineteen eighty nine. If we look at the weather in san antonio in a typical year it varies between forty. Three degrees in ninety six degrees. it rarely falls below. Freezing plotted graph. Temperatures in texas. Most of the observations would be in the middle around seventy degrees. This is a bell curve. A normal distribution fifteen degrees fahrenheit is where we were to the far left of this distribution and that far left is the tail tail events are extreme outcomes or very rare observations. Because they're in the tail on the ends of the distribution there called talibans tail. Risk is the personal harm. That's these extreme events can cause. How does it impact us. In the worst case we could be ruined. We could die or we could go bankrupt. We could run out of money. This weather event was hey tail event. It was an extreme of it. It was rare now. Pearl and i were in a. I wouldn't call it a dangerous situation. Certainly very uncomfortable. I have not been that stranded in many years. It took a while to find help. I've you were kind of at wit's end as investors we can control the amount of tail risk that we take we can protect against by buying insurance. 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25 asylum-seekers waiting in Mexico granted entry into U.S.
"Defined administration has put in place new protocols for those who have sought asylum in the U. S. V. S Central America, the first group of asylum seekers who had been forced to wait in Mexico by the Trump administration arrived in San Diego Friday. The 25 people allowed into San Diego or the first of an estimated 25,000 asylum seekers, with active cases waiting in Mexico under the now abandoned remain in Mexico program. Similar entry points will be open next week in Brownsville, Texas, on Monday and El Paso, Texas,
Biden signs orders to undo Trump administration's immigration policies
"Look now at president. Biden's latest moves to undo the trump administration's hardline anti immigrant policies in an address from the oval office. Tuesday president biden built on executive orders. He announced during his first week in office by signing three new orders with first action day. We're going to work on. Do the moral of national shame of the previous administration that literally not figuratively river children from the arms of their families and their mothers and fathers at the border and with no plan none whatsoever to reunify children still custody and and their parents. The second action addresses the root causes of our migration to our southern border and the third action. The third order. I'm going to be signed orders. A full review of the previous administrations harmful and counterproductive immigration policies. Basically across the board. One new order establishes a task force to reunify migrant families separated under trump's zero tolerance policy. It'll be led by homeland security secretary a hundred my orcas who was confirmed tuesday by the senate as the first latin necks and immigrant to lead the department. Arcus was born in havana. Cuba is the son of jewish. Cuban refugees from the holocaust biden also ordered a review of the trump policy known as remain in mexico that requires non mexican migrants to stay in. Mexico is their immigration cases wine through court and has left tens of thousands of asylum seekers waiting in dangerous conditions along the border. This is asylum. Seeker marlins speaking to the advocacy group. People without borders boy both in front tariffs about facing homelessness with their family after being sent to mexico most vividly remember when we arrived to the immigration office mexico. They didn't give us a place to sleep or anything to eat. Our children's slept on the floor. That night this comes as immigration and customs enforcement. Ice has deported. Hundreds of immigrants in recent days despite biden's coal for moratorium including a survivor of the two thousand nine thousand nine hundred mass shooting at the el paso texas walmart. She was deported to mexico last week. The woman identified only as rosa had been cooperating in the investigation into the shooting local outlets report. She was apprehended after a traffic. Stop for a broken brake light. This is rose speaking by phone with el paso station. Kvil a when. He told me to go to the police station. They can working my i. I want to call. What would happen every pain. I'm hoping to be there be bad. Be okay the vital. The biden administration is also deported. A man named paul perilous to haiti. Who knew your congress member. Mondaire jones had worked successfully stopped the deportation just weeks ago before biden was sworn in but around three m tuesday morning. He tweeted quote at three. Am my staff woke to an urgent call. Suddenly and in the dead of night ice was set to deport. Rockland county's beloved paul peerless. To haiti a country where he has never been unquote for more. We're joined by two guests in tijuana mexico. Eric opinion does with us an immigration attorney and the policy director for a low laval in english the other side also with us out of bogado senior reporter veal from the center for investigative reporting. We welcome you both to democracy now auto. let's begin with you. Can you explain what's going on. You have these executive actions that are extremely important including one that calls for a halt to deportations. This is the president of the united states and yet hundreds of people have been deported under this new administration. What is going on having me amy. What we're seeing is quite a departure from the previous administration. I don't want a discount. The importance appearances the importance of the way that the president of this country talks about in human being including people who may be detained or deported. we're also seeing a lot of really great language and the commission of a task force Another order to suspend deportations and yet we see a continuation of the same practices that happened under president trump previously endure obama. And i do think that there's a difference. There's absolutely a difference in tone but what we're seeing is for example with the commission of the tasks worse receiving. Dha outing which is at the same agency that separated children at the border. Now tasked with figuring out where where. These families aren't so little unclear. What will happen after that. And i think that a lot of people that have been talking to in in the last day or so since the executive orders announced it doesn't really go far enough and also sets a commission in in some cases a task force for something that allowed people voted on the biden ticket as sort of stood against all of that stood against those families operations to the that we now need a task force to figure out how to move forward with having something in place when by also has the house and the senate of rings hollow from people. Erica i wanted to ask you about your clients. Alvero and his son alvarado junior who just turned nine years old. The little boy said all he wants for his birthday is to be reunited with his father. They've been separated since he was six years old. This is auto speaking to nbc news about the day. The two were separated. An officer told me. Give me your children's things because you are going to different places. And i didn't know what was going to happen to my child. So erica pineyro if you can talk about among the executive orders are this issue of separation. The hundreds over six hundred children still left. It's believed Separated from their parents. In some cases the administration doesn't even know where the parents are in hundreds of cases. They may well be in the united states and another few hundred they may be outside the united states but i mean clearly biden is put a top priority on this because the people serving on this committee or the secretary of homeland security. My arcus just confirmed the secretary of health and human services the former attorney general of california bestseller and the attorney general yet to be confirmed and first lady joe biden.
Targeting New Builds to Get Around the W-2 Requirements for House Hacking with Andres Bustamante
"Andreas brother. Welcome to the real estate ricky. Showman excited to have you on. Thank you so much for giving the opportunity. I appreciate it. I'm going to dive into your store in a bit here but before we do share with us a little bit about you got you in a real estate. And what brought you here today to chat with this. Of course so right now. Twenty four years old on from el paso texas. And i started in austin when i was nineteen. I got into the university of texas at austin. And tell you the truth. I was an undeclared business major. But i thought i wanted to do supply chain. I had heard one of my friends talking about supply chain. And i was like dude. This school saw apply for that got supply. Gene was really what i wanted to do at the senior freshman year. I got my real estate license. Just out of luck. I initially wanted to be a lifeguard. And i did not my certificate so i said you know what. Let's just do real estate because a friend told me they thought i'd be good at it so freshman year sophomore year. I did a lot of leasing. And i met a lot of people junior and senior year. That's really picked up. And with leasing i was able to become financially independent from my parents was able to pay my housing expenses and my college tuition which was amazing so fast forward i graduated with a degree in international business and real estate and the summer of two thousand nineteen was really like a. What am i going to be doing. Am i going to be doing fulltime real estate. In which is commission based or am i going to do commercial real estate. Which was what i initially wanted to do. Which is an eight to five job. So i read a lot. I listened to your pocket. That's very much started. Summer of two thousand nineteen and i decided to trust my gut and do three months four months of fulltime real estate. So i go back to austin in november. I need the of course. Hope through bigger pockets. He had an episode at the end of that. Diego mentioned season austin. And i was like wow i should just reach out so i give him a cold call. We meet up. And eventually i get on his team in january of twenty twenty and fast forward to now first year of real estate sales. I've done fifteen closings. I have fifteen hundred contracts that are going to close year and one house hacked. I currently live in another house under contract that closes in two months and an airbnb. That's going to close in four months. That is an amazing story. And the i love the most is that you started out as a leasing agent because i always push for people to get into real estate somehow to learn how to do it. They're nervous or they don't even know what exactly real state can do for you as an investor. So what would be your advice to someone about getting into a position like that. Leasing agent property management. How did you get that job with having no other real estate experience. Of course i mean with this my friend thankfully he just told me on the rest. I think you'd be good at it. You're people's person and you get along with people easily so like you know what i'll just do it. I applied for the job and at first it was like you know what i'll just least once in a while but when i started doing it a law junior year when i noticed that real estate really gave me the time to do real say whenever i wanted so if i had finals like you know what i'm not gonna do real estate this week. I'm going to focus on finals and i didn't. I could do real estate and also the fact. They didn't have my own boss. So i decided by wanted to kill it in real estate. I'd go all out. And if i didn't i mean i could see the results so with this that really let a fire in the and it was crazy just setting the systems through my freshman sophomore year to get clients referrals. The property managers. I just let them know. Hey i'm gonna send you to clients over the property. Managers are like all right. That's fine and if they signed it'd be like five hundred dollars per bed. Or a percentage of the monthly rent. So that was amazing. I really really enjoyed that. So how that was set up was you were a realtor working for a brokerage and you reached out to the property managers in lease them. You weren't hired by the property. Managers per se correct. So as onus agent you get to take clients for example. I have some clients. They give me their needs. Ask a lot of questions and then from there. I'm like okay. Three apartment complexes apartments really they offer incentives for realtors the commission because of the fact that they need people. So i'm the one bringing the people and they give me a commission. Because i was the one that brought them so i mean all of my friends. Group were my clients. Everyone needed a place to live so with this. There was like the perfect job in college. Had my own time. And i didn't have a boss and i mean junior and senior year through the money i made i was able to pay for college and housing and then through a reversal that i got through leasing. I got to do a one point. One million dollars sale i ever sale and i swear i did not know anything about sales that i just dove into it with a partner because when i got that sales referral. My friend has like yeah. He wants to lease on the phone. Like what's up dude. What's your criteria. Like yeah my budget's a million to three million solves like i had no idea what the do sales like. Okay i'll give back to you. I partnered with one of my friends and long story. Short i learned. Hoa was which. I didn't know what it was before. I learned a lot of other things that experience and yacky closed on one point one million dollar condo
Some Americans Could Receive A COVID-19 Vaccine Within A Few Days
"Could receive the covert 19 vaccine within the next few days. I do expect that this week We're gonna see the Fizer vaccine get authorized for use in the United States and FDA Committee set to vote on emergency use authorization for the vaccine as early as Thursday. Once approved, those first shots could be administered within 24 hours in Phoenix Hospital workers are now running through practice sessions for getting the vaccine from cold storage toe patients in their cars. Can I have you please roll up your sleeve? El PASO, Texas, one of the worst hit places in America, awaiting its first shipments? The city, even purchasing four buildings to service vaccination centers. Those were buildings that we thought were designed to be in the areas of the most vulnerable population here. This is our ultra cold freezer in North Carolina Duke University, bringing in ultra cold Freezer says the visor vaccine has to be stored at around 94 degrees below zero. Oversees this. London hospitals Stocking freezers with visors Vaccine already approved in the U. K immunizations begin their Tuesday but President elect Joe Biden has expressed skepticism as to whether the U. S. Is ready for its own own national national rollout. rollout. There There is is no no detailed detailed plan. plan. We've We've seen seen anyway. anyway. As As to to how how you you get get the the vaccine vaccine out out of of a a container. container. Into an injection syringe into somebody's arm, the head of Operation Warp speed, disputing that claim, saying they'll meet with the transition team soon, and I'm confident that together we will do the best we can to make sure the vaccines are delivered safely and effectively to all Americans. Dr. Mounts of slowly said the vaccine will first be given to the most vulnerable population so we could start to see an impact, slowing the spread among those groups by January or February, but nationally for everybody Believes we could start to see a return to normal life in April or May. ABC is
Covid-19 cases are on the rise in all 50 states, taking a toll on healthcare workers
"Rise hospitalizations rise deaths rise. Were really hitting a bad part of this pandemic all over again and one of the things that we always like to check in on is our doctors or nurses are healthcare workers. It's been a tough go for them. You know they're the ones on the frontlines dealing with the patients all the time and helping people get better and we've done stories in the past before already on the podcast about the burn out that the doctors and nurses are facing some of them are retiring early all that jazz but right now you wrote an article sarah how some of this coronavirus disbelief is really affecting them. You know it's hard for them to go there every day but still constantly hear people say that it's not as bad as it seems or it's a hoax etc etc. So tell us a little bit about some of the conversations you were having with doctors and nurses about this. So i spoke with several doctors and nurses across the country and basically what they described or treating patients who are seriously ill in the hospital as part of their job and then going home and either in the line at the grocery store or through family or friends and family hearing from people who think the viruses hoax or just not as serious as public health officials have said it is and they say that that sort of disbelief on top of months of physical and mental demands of caring for very sick patients during the pandemic is frustrating and draining. The overarching is that if the broader public is not taking the pandemic and the associated risks seriously does it risk furthering the viruses spread. I mean it's a weird situation We see it a lot playing out in the media. Obviously how bad it is. We see our local elected officials talking about it constantly imposing new restrictions and lockdowns. And that's probably fueled some of the frustration on the part of people not wanting to go through that obviously huge economic effects that are going on because of it is hard for a lot of people and despite these huge numbers. There's a lot of people that have not gotten this and maybe some people don't know somebody of the that might have gotten it so it might fuel some of that skepticism. They said you know some of this in their sort of groups have family and friends is rooted in the fact that there were parts of the country that shut down before the virus was widely circulating there. So there's this frustration from economic losses whether it be a job or just instability in a person's household by nansha situation that contribute to this frustration. I shut down. Continue as the numbers. Continue to swell. You had a story about a nurse. In el paso texas who had a patient and early november wheeling him out of the intensive care unit and he was still saying it. Wasn't that bad at that. The media was exaggerating it. She she that time to say that he was the only person that she had treated that day. That was able to converse with her. You know and that also the she was treating severe that she had seen in ten years as a nurse so she said that inoculation. The patient change their mind other healthcare professionals that i talked to said at times. They say more of an uphill climb in convincing those around them that this is real and one of the things that came up repeatedly in the conversations i had with healthcare workers and what they hear from the communities around them are patients. Is there have been conflicting messages around. America's mask wearing early on and because the virus continues to spread. Now there's not only a pandemic fatigue but there's a little bit of with lash in terms of what measures should i or should i not be taking a making a difference. That might have been one of the biggest
Hate crimes in US reach highest level in more than a decade
"A new F. B. I. report says hate crimes last year reached the highest level in more than a decade hate motivated killings in twenty nineteen reached the highest number since the FBI started keeping records in the nineties fifty one people died including twenty two killed in a shooting targeting Mexicans at a Walmart in el Paso Texas the report shows an increase in religion based hate crimes as well as anti Hispanic hate crimes crimes based on a person's sexual orientation stayed relatively stable crimes against African Americans dropped slightly critics have long warned the data may be incomplete some police departments don't submit hate crime information to the FBI and Donahue Washington
As COVID-19 Cases Soar, El Paso Convention Center Becomes Hospital
"Everything is bigger in Texas, and that now includes the pandemic. It's the first state in the U. S to have more than one million confirmed coronavirus cases. Among other places. El Paso is in crisis intensive care units across El Paso County. We're reaching capacity more than two weeks ago, Things have grown so much worse that the city has turned its convention center into a field hospital. Remember when things were that bad in New York in the spring will cases across the U. S R lot worse now than they were then Mallory Falk of our member station. K E R A is in El Paso. Good morning to you. Good morning. As best you can tell what makes Texas different from other states. Well. Texas doesn't have tight coronavirus restrictions and place like in some other states. The governor issued a statewide executive order on Cove it and it doesn't allow individual communities to implement their own restrictions. Texas very much is a place that lets people do what they want to do. And I should also point out Texas has a high rate of residents who are uninsured or live far away from hospitals and medical care. So there are many people here who have the type of untreated underlying conditions that mean they'll get sicker if they get Cove it and that's part of the problem, too. So Texas is taking a sort of freedom first approach to the pandemic, but what is being done to try to limit the spread? Well, it is all mired in politics here, and Al Paso County, the judge who's the top elected official. Last month, he ordered a temporary shutdown of nonessential businesses. But several restaurant owners and the state attorney general sued. And on Friday, a court sided with them and blocked the order, saying cities and counties can impose tighter restrictions than what the governor allows. And I should mention geography to El Paso is right on the border with New Mexico and the governor there just implemented a two week statewide shut down something that hasn't been done here and I'll pass. So is right on the border with water is Mexico and in that city has a nightly curfew there tighter restrictions in place. Then an El Paso. And so there's this delicate balance because people are moving across various borders with different rules and restrictions. You know, I'm remembering that just a couple of weeks ago we checked in on El Paso and found the hospitals filling up a couple weeks ago. And now Allison Aubrey is telling us that things are infinitely worse than just a couple of weeks ago. What's that mean for the hospitals? Yeah, Hospitals are at capacity. There 10 Mobile morgues here that are now needed because so many people are dying so quickly that the regular Margus full and in fact, some inmates are now being paid $2 an hour to help move the overflow of bodies at the medical examiner's office Funeral home's air overwhelmed I spoke to a funeral director right to convert one of his chapels into a storage cooler. Um and nurses have been speaking out publicly pleading with people to stay at home to suspend family gatherings. For now on, they've also been pleading with state officials to let El Paso leaders respond to the crisis and implement that. Shut down. Okay, let me stop you there if I can. Mallory fuck of member Station Ktrh in El Paso, Texas, Thanks for the update. Thank you.
U.S. sets record with 100K+ COVID-19 cases in 24 hours, 45% rise in 2 weeks
"In the U. S have, sir Just 45% in the past two weeks in El Paso, Texas, doctor Okay. Chica Hallisey with Del Sole Medical center, says the city had a record 3100 cases just yesterday. This is the highest we've ever been, And the unfortunate thing is, there's no one here and incite some
Hospitals overwhelmed as U.S. sees record new COVID-19 cases
"The coronavirus in this country fronton center in this election, the virus tonight pushing hospitals in some places in this country to the brink, the average of new cases. Now, approaching seventy thousand a day in the US that's the highest yet. And this graph tonight showing cases over time we're now at a third peak moving even higher Friday and Saturday set a record forty, eight hours more than one hundred, sixty, five, thousand new cases in those days alone. This evening more than two hundred, twenty, five, thousand lives have been lost El. Paso Texas with a record breaking number of cases extra beds now intense outside University Medical Center Utah fearing the patient load could lead to prioritizing who gets care I police in Albuquerque cracking down on mass gatherings as cases rise again in New Mexico and there is news tonight on that eighteen-year-old in Ohio College Freshman among the latest to die because of the virus. Here's ABC's Marcus for tonight. Tonight fears of colder weather and more time indoors fueling the spread of the virus. Now, a reality, the country marking the highest number of new cases in a forty eight hour period since pandemic began hospitals in. El. Paso Texas are at capacity medical teams scrambling to airlift critically ill patients to nearby cities and these search tents put to house the staggering influx of covid patients a fairness this. So we realized that this is the unexpected. This is something that we've not had to do before the city urging residents to stay home for two weeks to stop the spread. By next Wednesday we're going to need another two hundred plus. Hospital Rooms, Utah hospitals warning they could soon be forced to ration ICU beds and prioritize younger patients I did not see we were ever going to get to a point where we were going to deny people cater in the ICU age or how sick they are. If that's starting to happen already, we have many many weeks of this surge to go I. AM starting to get concerned that we may get into trouble hospitalizations, hitting records in sixteen states last week death. Now rising in twenty-seven, no corner of the country spared Ohio saw record number of cases over the weekend. But Ohio State football fans spotted crowding together without masks would. Psalm defined. Today officials begging the public to keep wearing masks even when they're uncomfortable. What else is uncomfortable? Being debated. Sheena. Loved one on a ventilator. Dr Anthony Fauci saying maybe a national mandate is needed if people are not wearing masks, then maybe we should be mandating it and tonight in Illinois they are mourning the loss of college freshman. Michael. Lang. who was taking classes remotely the eighteen year old passing away after complications from the virus.
Hospitals overwhelmed as U.S. sees record new COVID-19 cases
"The coronavirus in this country fronton center in this election, the virus tonight pushing hospitals in some places in this country to the brink, the average of new cases. Now, approaching seventy thousand a day in the US that's the highest yet. And this graph tonight showing cases over time we're now at a third peak moving even higher Friday and Saturday set a record forty, eight hours more than one hundred, sixty, five, thousand new cases in those days alone. This evening more than two hundred, twenty, five, thousand lives have been lost El. Paso Texas with a record breaking number of cases extra beds now intense outside University Medical Center Utah fearing the patient load could lead to prioritizing who gets care I police in Albuquerque cracking down on mass gatherings as cases rise again in New Mexico and there is news tonight on that eighteen-year-old in Ohio College Freshman among the latest to die because of the virus. Here's ABC's Marcus for tonight. Tonight fears of colder weather and more time indoors fueling the spread of the virus. Now, a reality, the country marking the highest number of new cases in a forty eight hour period since pandemic began hospitals in. El. Paso Texas are at capacity medical teams scrambling to airlift critically ill patients to nearby cities and these search tents put to house the staggering influx of covid patients a fairness this. So we realized that this is the unexpected. This is something that we've not had to do before the city urging residents to stay home for two weeks to stop the spread. By next Wednesday we're going to need another two hundred plus. Hospital Rooms, Utah hospitals warning they could soon be forced to ration ICU beds and prioritize younger patients I did not see we were ever going to get to a point where we were going to deny people cater in the ICU age or how sick they are. If that's starting to happen already, we have many many weeks of this surge to go I. AM starting to get concerned that we may get into trouble hospitalizations, hitting records in sixteen states last week death. Now rising in twenty-seven, no corner of the country spared Ohio saw record number of cases over the weekend. But Ohio State football fans spotted crowding together without masks would. Psalm defined. Today officials begging the public to keep wearing masks even when they're uncomfortable. What else is uncomfortable? Being debated. Sheena. Loved one on a ventilator. Dr Anthony Fauci saying maybe a national mandate is needed if people are not wearing masks, then maybe we should be mandating it and tonight in Illinois they are mourning the loss of college freshman. Michael. Lang. who was taking classes remotely the eighteen year old passing away after complications from the
El Paso issues stay at home order, nightly curfew to curb spread of COVID-19
"Cases are up in 40 states in one city accounts for 20% of all cases in Texas, you're CBS's Naomi Ruckus. Additional tents have been set up at University Medical Center in El Paso, Texas, after local hospitals and I see youse reached capacity. County officials issued a stay at home order and a nightly curfew. The reasons for the new order have to do with the way we're at a crisis stage.
Additional care sites to be set up in El Paso as COVID-19 surges
"In El Paso Texas. The city is getting ready to use the convention center. To care for covid nineteen patients as hospitals reach capacity, the state sending additional equipment and more medical stuff to help and a curfew starting at ten pm tonight has just been put in place Angela coach Arrigo for member station K. T. e. p. reports the city has the highest rate of infection in the state El Paso hospitals are close to running out of beds and staff. To treat covid nineteen patients as the city reported more than twelve hundred new cases on Saturday a daily record El Paso Public Health Director Angela Mata Sunday is that critical moment we are going through Paso and we call on the members of the community to work with us in cooperate importing this spread down in the next fourteen days by staying home. Texas Governor Greg Abbott said. The State is setting up a field hospital at the El Paso Convention Center to expand capacity in the region. I'm Angela co-chair Gun El
"el paso texas" Discussed on KOMO
"El Paso Texas as well as anyone at ABC news Jim shoals producer works out of our Dallas bureau but Jim you're from el Paso right I am from el Paso Texas I grew up was raised went to high school and college in el Paso Texas my grandmother the house that she grew up in was is two blocks away from this Walmart I saw Star Wars at this mall in nineteen seventy seven so this was very familiar territory to me also than eight in your eyes how did this unfold you know because it was so late and there really weren't that many people outside the only really place too to have you know to ask questions where is where we were with the press were so these three women actually came up to us the sponsors speaking Spanish is as most people el Paso do but it made it became clear to me that they were from Mexico and they were Mexican nationals so one of them actually pulled out the phone and had asked if she'd seen if I'd seen her husband I had no I told her I had not and she said well I I can't find them but I can see that his phone is paying fifty yards away from us here and so she showed it to me and that the point your heart just sinks so I you know I just mention two world maybe you know in the in this in the hurry to get out he dropped his phone that's that's pretty common and she said well I thought of that too but she also showed me because I watch that was paying in right next to the phone so at that point they became clear that that her husband was still in the Walmart you did learn more about the shooter you learn more about the victims and the people who save lives there you've been back since I mean what have you seen there in the days since August third do you know the bonds of tightened.
"el paso texas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The stories in el Paso Texas say there's an active shooter at a Walmart a police department has put out an advisory saying there is an active shooter urging everyone to stay away from the area a very low our works at a neighboring restaurant and he tells ABC Walmart employees are seeking shelter there they're just kind of hidden away in the back room over there and this is for their loved ones it's hard to get a ride home or try to get out here multiple people have been killed in a shooting today at a Walmart in el Paso Texas at this time we do have one person in custody we don't believe there's anybody outstanding so we are advising we're starting to secure the scene of the scene is starting to become sick your el Paso police said a twenty one year old male walked toward the Walmart with some kind of long gone and opened fire eyewitnesses said the shooting started in the parking lot of the Walmart and then continued inside the store and adjacent shopping mall police were quickly to secure the scene as bloody choppers streamed outside an armed officers ran inside the shooter was taken into custody Vanessa signs in the parking lot of the Walmart and she says that's where he began shooting walking very competently and she was on a mission that I I would then able to see his facial expression because he was a distance away but the walk something I'll never forget police ordering shoppers to keep their hands up as a shopping mall in el Paso Texas we're cops and witnesses say a man hours.
"el paso texas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Right I am from el Paso Texas I'm I grew up was raised went to high school and college in el Paso Texas my grandmother the house that she grew up in was is two blocks away from this Walmart I saw Star Wars at this mall in nineteen seventy seven so this was very familiar territory to me also than eight in your eyes how did this unfold you know because it was so late and there really weren't that many people outside the only really place too to have you know to ask questions where is where we were with the press were so these three women actually came up to us the sponsored speaking Spanish is as most people el Paso do but it but it became clear to me that they were from Mexico and they were Mexican nationals so one of them actually pulled out the phone and had asked if she had seen if I'd seen her husband I had not told her I had not and she said well I I can't find them but I can see that his phone is paying fifty yards away from us here and so she showed it to me and at that point your heart just sinks so I you know I just mention two world maybe you know in the in this in the hurry to get out he dropped his phone that's that's pretty common and she said well I thought of that too but she also showed me his I watch that was paying in right next to the phone so at that point they became clear that that her husband was still in the Walmart you did learn more about the shooter you learn more about the victims and the people who save lives there you've been back since I mean what did you see him there in the days since August third you know the bonds of tightened.
"el paso texas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The the murderers and el Paso Texas and and in Dayton Ohio two weekends ago where these terrible massacres took place and something that the news media is left out of all this first of all the other guy and I heard another news report about it today about the the murder I don't like to use their names because it's a better policy than using their names all the time but the the creepy murderer in Dayton who should die well he's days yet about he was in Elizabeth Warren loving Marxism spreading he is one of these guys who the the left is on a Jack now they're spreading this B. S. that Abraham Lincoln was a Marxist is saying this that he was a Marxist not just any red marks or any but that he was a Marxist that's what they're spending because everything has to be a lie the guy it was and and T. for loving Elizabeth Warren loving trump hating Marxists leftists socialists and trump is blamed for his behavior for his break down right that's the the Ohio got now they've just stop talking about that now they're talking about his friend buying vest for a minute and a magazine form and the weather's friend is going to be charged and and I'm not really very important to the world and then there is the murder from el Paso and my friend Byron York my acquaintance Byron York at the Washington examiner wrote a piece over the weekend that I didn't get to yesterday has anyone actually read to the el Paso manifesto.
"el paso texas" Discussed on KTRH
"El Paso Texas Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz says his he pays his respects to the victims and families of those affected by the weekend shooting in el Paso he denounced the actions of the gun man calling him a bigoted hateful white supremacist terrorists I am confident that that that state law enforcement the federal law enforcement I'm glad the department of justice's announcer gonna prosecuted as a terrorist and I have every faith that the full force of of of of federal and state law enforcement will come after him the shooter is in police custody and faces the death penalty on both state and federal charges well it's not a war of words but a Tempest of tweets president trump and former congressman better Rourke are battling on social media in the wake of the weekend shooting in el Paso democratic presidential hopeful blasted trump is a racist comparing is rallies to **** Germany John fire back by accusing Rourke of using a phony Hispanic name to appeal to voters trump says but I was embarrassed by his poor polling numbers and should be quiet social media is under the microscope after the el Paso shooter's manifesto was posted online a lawmaker wants to do something about it but it's not going over very well K. T. R. H. is cliff Saunders is live without yeah Republican senator John Shelley from Missouri proposing a bill that would limit the time you spend on social media to thirty minutes a day political analyst George C. says that's over kill try to tell people how long they keep the video on social media a it's never gonna work be it's just silly and see it's offensive to freedom so why do lawmakers want to have like your parents so you said the Washington environ leads politicians to think they know better than you do five this gentleman to do that or whether he made it up on its own mind but it's really give you legislation sim bear sing for conservatives in a his proposal Holly says quote big tech is embraced the model of addiction the proposal was put out there before the shootings this past weekend thank you cliff K. T. R. H. news time seven oh five China blinks in the latest showdown with the U. S. over terrorists the stock market rebounded Tuesday when China restored the value of its key currency after the U. S. label China a currency manipulator author in China expert Gordon Chang says China has repeatedly devalued currency and stolen intellectual property king.
"el paso texas" Discussed on WJR 760
"Visit el Paso Texas Wednesday days after a gunman opened fire at a local Walmart they're killing twenty two people this despite a controversy earlier this year click novel report el Paso mayor de Margo didn't meet with president trump during his last trip to Paso earlier this year for a political rally but the mayor says this is different because it's not a political visit that this is the office of the mayor of el Paso in an official capacity welcoming the office of the president of the United States which I consider this my formal duty he says the focus of the trip will be resource is the city needs and the lives lost in the massacre nothing else quite Nevil el Paso well as the deadly mass shootings devastated communities in Texas and Ohio Chicago experienced yet another bloody weekend suffering a level of violence some say is now routine in the city seven people were killed forty six wounded including to multiple shootings on the west side well US officials label China a currency manipulator afterwards after the develop your Asian of its money sent stock prices tumbling Monday at the end of the trading day the Dow Jones industrial average was down seven hundred and sixty seven points that was an improvement from earlier in the day when it was down nine hundred and sixty one points the two point nine percent loss in value was matched by a nearly three percent decline in the S. and P. five hundred and almost a three and a half percent drop in the nasdaq the fall in prices came as Beijing allowed the value of its currency to fall below the symbolic point seven you one to one US dollar major US corporations like Boeing caterpillar and apple saw their stock prices drop significantly Steve casting about New York officials at London's Heathrow airport so plans labor strike was suspended union agreed to percent of pay offer.
"el paso texas" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Visit el Paso Texas Wednesday the city in morning after a gunman opened fire Saturday night at a Walmart killing twenty two people mayor de Marco has been highly critical of the president's immigration policies but says he will welcome and as part of his formal duty you all knows my history with the president has tried to send you know faster he was very gracious offer to help in any way you could Dan was a brief call and nothing nothing now overly specific twenty one year old suspect is being held without bail he faces capital murder charges the president will also visit Dayton Ohio where Sunday mornings mass shooting killed nine including the gunman a makeshift memorial with flowers and notes continues to pile up outside Ned pepper's Bari in Dayton were nine people were gunned down in dozens injured before police responded within seconds to put a stop to it we can confirm at least forty one spent shell casings from his weapon based on their location in his path of travel who is chief Richard Beal saying the search continues for the dead gunman's motive and despite reports of a troubled past an apparent red flags nothing in the shooters background prevented him from legally obtaining the weapon he use to kill boxes Jeff and also another act of aggression from North Korea a US official says North Korea launched two short range ballistic missiles from its west coast which flew over the rogue nation before splashing down into the sea of Japan it's the fourth missile test in roughly two weeks the test comes as US and south Korean forces kickoff joint military exercises North Korea expressed its iron over the drills saying it could be forced to take a quote new road according to a statement by state media boxes Lucas Tomlinson.
"el paso texas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"No motive here in el Paso Texas state charges could bring a death penalty for the twenty one year old man accused in the shooting deaths of twenty people there in both cases battle fuel type weapons use Chris van Cleef takes a look assault style rifles are typically legal to bind can be equipped to carry thirty rounds or more that can be fired in seconds in Texas they can generally be carried openly consumers want to appear to be omnipotent and powerful and and very deadly Mary Ellen o'toole is a former FBI agent in our profiler why is it that time again in these mass shootings the suspect has gone out and use the assault style rifle three reasons kills as many people as possible do it in a short period of time and look as fighting an ominous as one possibly can the F. B. I. as well as local and state police officials around the country continue to scour social media this morning looking for indicators of more potential violence from possible copy cats former Boston police commissioner and WBZ TV security analyst at Davis says as shocking as this spasm of violence is banned he's not surprised by the way it played out police are always looking for copycat killers to make situation like this so it's not surprising that this has happened and once again on Capitol Hill there are calls for something to be done about guns in America Massachusetts congressman Stephen Lynch we got to start taking action here just saying you're sorry and you're praying for for the survivors and their families and and for the victims that's that's not good enough senator Elizabeth Warren tweeting that she has heart sick and senator ed Markey calling for gun reform while offering prayers for the victims and their families Boston mayor Marty Walsh says there are no words this morning but following the back to back shootings will Congress do anything to tighten gun laws ABC news political director recline tells us what voters that universal background checks and then assault weapons ban those are two things that have broad bi partisan public support was also two things that will not pass in the current political environment so there might be some thought to just trying to pass in the house to put some pressure on the Senate but there's been a disconnect at least in the last several election cycles between majority opinion and the majority of voters opinion us violence over the weekend marks twenty two times this year alone that a community in the United States has been the target of a mass shooting in this case twenty nine people are dead several more wounded in both el Paso in Dayton Ohio president trump has ordered flags at the White House and federal government buildings to be lowered in honor of the victims right through Thursday and the president will be addressing the nation later this morning at ten o'clock.
"el paso texas" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"You know we point at other countries but this is it's always a white guy right and usually is right right and it's usually tied to some kind of supremacy sort of situation. So are we allowed to call white guys terrorists now if this is the pattern and they and we only need as Americans we only need like two inroad be off white or black or brown or whatever so how many way people does it take to call you guys terrorists unabomber right. That's terrorist like I like. I guess it's it's how long you're terrorizing people. I thought length of time okay what kind of bringing to the table doing yelled white people <hes> and then I felt like I had to defend it but then I realized I brought like most people they weren't like Lucas needs to defend us please. I sent my alerts the news but not to like multiple gun death news we get it multiple guts again. El Paso Texas shooting that killed twenty people at a crowded El Paso shopping area. That's what you're alluding to with the Walmart in El Paso they have they have gun laws that are pretty free and open right using a rifle. The gunman opened opened fire in an area packed with as many as three thousand people during the busy back to school shopping season. This isn't a joke by the way in stores now they sell bulletproof who've backpacks and the slogan is protection is in session now. No no no no no that was ghost to put that in the window of the the store or the after come across yourself. I think that's Shamir selling point so everyone's comfortable with this but not gun laws right well. I feel like you can purchase that backpack. You can't purchase your senator. They've been bought damn and don't show up and known for twenty one years old Patrick cruces. He was arrested without police firing any shots. That's amazing that he's got arrested. He's from a ten hour drive from El Paso. He drove ten hours to get to the place then. He tweeted that he did it. The attack targeted shopping area about five miles from the Maine border checkpoint to <hes> Mexico. Many of the victims were shot at a Walmart the document that document that he wrote says race mixing thing is destroying the nation recommends dividing the U._S. In to the to`real territorial enclaves determined by race. It's it's already happening. It's called towns right but El Paso is Texas right. So doesn't everybody have a gun in Texas because a lot of times they they say we have it for protection. But did anyone try shooting. He got twenty people in a in a town where everybody owns a gun clay. I think we've proven that having a gun doesn't stop these guns. You're in their car so if you're on a so sorry if you're in the front of the of a shopping area that would mean you'd have to run at him probably get to your gun that end the party thought they had open Carrie. Is that what it's called. Lady can just thought they had it on holsters with them. So what's the point of having your car. You never know <hes> <hes> one second. I'll be let me check my glove hold on but they don't go off the yeah. It's completely displayed in their window. The canal was right on the Dash. It's in the back of the truck on the DASHIKI on twitter..
"el paso texas" Discussed on KCRW
"The car scene of RO authorities in el Paso Texas are considering racial hatred as a motivating factor in yesterday's mass shooting at a Walmart twenty people died at least twenty six others wounded it's one of the many mass shootings this year we'll hear more about this morning's attack in Ohio elsewhere in the program right now and yours had a lamb is here she covers domestic extremism and she's with us to talk about what we know about the el Paso suspects possible motivations good morning good morning so tell us what do we know about this alleged gunman all details are still coming out the suspect is identified as a twenty one year old white man from Allen Texas that's a suburb of Dallas he surrendered to police at the scene without shots being fired and he's in custody as for motivation please see the initial investigation suggests a quote nexus with a hate crime that's based on a long statement a manifesto as it's being called purportedly written by the suspect and posted on eight chan it's a site that's home to lots of extremist content content that's been pushed off some of the other social media sites and the statement is filled with anti immigrant hatred white nationalists language police say they are working to verify that document as well as a number of other social media posts attributed to the suspect so at this point they are looking at hate is a motivating factor but they they do stress that there at the beginning of this will let's dig into this what is in this so called manifesto well the suspect posted a detailed statement as other mass shooters have done it so it was said to be posted shortly before the attack began and it begins by saying he basically agrees with the shooter who killed some fifty Muslims at mosques in Christchurch New Zealand earlier this year and like other recent attackers the motivations described in the el Paso statement are rooted in this idea of so called white genocide a replacement theory this is the idea that white people are being replaced in the violence is required to fight that trend and we've seen that in several other attacks and we saw that in the chance of for example Jews will not replace us in Charlottesville to unite the right rally in this case he does mention a lot of other grievances corporate greed partisan politics consumer culture even destruction of the environment there's a whole section on the kind of gun and ammunition you plan to use but the over arching theme is an anti immigration and with the suspects sees as the dangers of immigration with Hispanic people singled out he refers to quote a Hispanic invasion and he called this attack as quote an act of preservation so how does el Paso fit in with other recent attacks that appear to be motivated by far right extremism yeah we've seen a string of the shootings now mass killings targeting racial minorities religious minorities based on a suspect's self proclaimed desire to somehow save the country from being taken over by immigrants and extremism trackers talk about this is a kind of cascading affect suggesting there's an element of inspiration and copy cat one upsmanship involved because this idea of the vanishing white race is a popular trip in the white power movement and it's often mentioned in tandem with the conspiracy that there is a Jewish conspiracy to engineer the end of white people and that kind of thinking which was once on the French has become widespread enough now that federal authorities consider it part of a domestic terrorist threat and just last week ya who obtained an intelligence bulletin in which the F. B. I. says the quote anti government identity based and friends political conspiracy theories campy motivators and domestic extremism and really all of this is tragic illustration of with the F. B. I.'s said for years that far right violence is the deadliest in the most active form of home grown extremism the on the ground the authority on the ground the authorities know this they've said this many times and before members of Congress and the news media but overall the trump administration has not made this a funding our law enforcement priority and the president himself has repeatedly retweeted white nationalist accounts well speaking of president trump the shooter's manifesto also mentioned him right what is the political context that's right and I in in the document the suspects spells out that his ideas about race mixing an immigration predate trump he he appeared to be worried that the so called fake media was going to try to blame the president and he does criticize the Republican Party along with Democrats for helping facilitate immigration to the United States but extremism truck trackers I speak with CD issue is bigger than the president's rhetoric in one specific attack their concern is that the president's repeated amplifying of white nationalists on Twitter the prominent Republicans in TV personalities using the same kind of talking points suggesting the coming a ratio of white people and bemoaning that quote loss of the country to immigrants that all that serves to push a really dangerous ideology into the mainstream that's N. P. R.'s Hannah lamb thank you very much thank you.
"el paso texas" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper
"State of the union i'm jake tapper it is painful father's day for the fathers and other parents separated from their children along the southern border over the last six weeks while families were sometimes split up at the border during the bush and obama years the numbers have spiked in the last week a month and a half because of a new trump administration zero tolerance policy of pursuing criminal charges against every adult trying to enter the country illegally so the parents go to jail and the children go to shelters such as this one where they stay until they are reunited with relatives or deported joining me to talk about this from el paso texas is democratic congressman beto overwork he's challenging senator ted cruz for that senate seat in november congressman thanks for joining us your el pasa right now you're leading a march to the nearby town of tornado where new structure for these children has just opened officials say three hundred and sixty children are already there what can you tell us about these kids have they all been separated from their parents under this new practice or did any of them come here on a company what we're told by health and human services under under whose custody they are kept it's a mix of kids who've made that two thousand mile journey on their own and kids who made that two thousand mile journey with their parents and at the moment that they finally thought they had reached safety refuge we're going to petition for asylum they were taken from their parents and are now in tornado with no idea when or if they will see their mothers or their fathers on this father's day again president trump has been repeatedly lying blaming this policy on democrats it's obviously based on this new practice by torney general jeff sessions take a listen to sessions defending this zerotolerance practice which has resulted in hundreds of thousands of children being separated from their parents.
"el paso texas" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Very much also here with us today is the family of border patrol agent role helio martinez from el paso texas agent martinez known as roger to his friends and family worked on a dangerous part of the southern border apart that you've been reading about so much lately and a part that we're doing a lot with agent martinez took immense pride and joy and serving his country as a border patrol agent he was extremely proud of what he did every day he would go to work and risk his life to keep america safe roger said he wanted to prevent terrorists and drugs from coming into our country we all do we're going to get it done but that's exactly what he did he bravely confronted the cartels the smugglers the human traffickers the gangs that threaten our communities one night last november agent martinez died in the line of duty it was horrific it was violent and he was brave to agent martinez his mom alive his son sergio and the entire martinez family rogers profound and unselfish love of country is an inspiration to every american everybody here and everybody here and to me i can tell you a great inspiration thank you we will always remember agent martinez and we will honor his noble sacrifice by continuing his vital mission the first duty of government is to protect our citizens and the men and women of d h s are on the front lines of this incredible heroic fight that is why we are calling on congress to secure our borders support our border agents stop sanctuary cities and shutdown policies that release violent criminals back into our communities we don't want it any longer we've had enough is enough recently ms thirteen gang members called for the assassination of new york city police officers so the gang could quote take back the streets they got it wrong we are the ones who are taking back the streets we are getting them out of our country by the thousands every week we're setting new records on we have a catch and release program to it's called we catch him and we release them in the country they came back from we're getting them out putting them in prison the trump administration has a policy and it's very clear we will protect those who protect us and who do such.
"el paso texas" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Very much also here with us today is the family of border patrol agent role hell l martinez from el paso texas agent martinez known as roger to his friends and family worked on a dangerous part of the southern border part that you've been reading about so much lately and apart that we're doing a lot with agent martinez took immense pride and joy and serving his country as a border patrol agent he was extremely proud of what he did every day he would go to work and risk his life to keep america safe roger said he wanted to prevent terrorists and drugs from coming into our country we all do we're going to get it done but that's exactly what he did he bravely confronted the cartels the smugglers the human traffickers the gangs that threaten our communities one night last november agent martin has died in the line of duty it was horrific it was violent and he was brave to agent martinez his mom alive his son sergio and the entire martinez family rogers profound and unselfish love of country is an inspiration to every american everybody here and everybody here and to me i can tell you a great inspiration thank you we will always remember agent martinez and we will honor his noble sacrifice by continuing his vital mission the first duty of government is to protect our citizens and the men and women of d h s are on the front lines of this incredible heroic fight that is why we are calling on congress to secure our borders support our border agents stop sanctuary cities and shutdown policies that release violent criminals back into our communities we don't want it any longer we've had enough is enough recently ms thirteen gang members called for the assassination of new york city police officers so the gang could quote take back the streets they got it wrong we are the ones who are taking back the streets we are getting them out of our country by the thousands every week we're setting new records on we have a catch and release program to it's called we catch him and we release them in the country they came back from we're getting them out putting them in prison the trump administration has a policy and it's very clear we will protect those who protect us and who do such.
"el paso texas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The family of border patrol asian role halley l martinez from el paso texas agent martinez known as roger to his friends and family worked on a dangerous part of the southern border apart that you've been reading about so much lately and part that we're doing a lot with agent martinez took immense pride and joy and serving his country as a border patrol agent he was extremely proud of what he did every day he would go to work and risk his life to keep america safe roger said he wanted to prevent terrorists and drugs from coming into our country we all do we're going to get it done but that's exactly what he did he bravely confronted the cartels the smugglers the human traffickers gangs that threaten our communities one night last november agent martinez died in the line of duty it was horrific it was violent and he was brave to agent martinez his mom alive his son sergio and the entire martinez family rogers profound and unselfish love of country is an inspiration to every american right that was the president earlier today twenty four now 'til the top of the hour eight hundred nine four one sean is our number you wanna be a part of the program and that was the president we're gonna play a lot more of the speech later in the program today talking about in this particular case of fallen border patrol agent martinez calling on congress to secure our borders support our agents stop sanctuary cities shutdown policies that release violent criminals and that sadly happens now what's happening in congress and we've been so busy with all of the deep state investigations we've been doing but there are a bunch of liberal republicans that have been pushing for a discharge petition which would allow them to go straight to the house floor with an upper down vote but not on on funding the border wall that the.
"el paso texas" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Very much also here with us today is the family of border patrol agent hill martinez from el paso texas agent martinez known as roger to his friends and family worked on a dangerous part of the southern border apart that you've been reading about so much lately and apart that we're doing a lot with agent martinez took immense pride and joy and serving his country as a border patrol agent he was extremely proud of what he did every day he would go to work and risk his life to keep america safe roger said he wanted to prevent terrorists and drugs from coming into our country we all do we're going to get it done but that's exactly what he did he bravely confronted the cartels the smugglers the human traffickers the gangs that threaten our communities one night last november agent martinez died in the line of duty it was horrific it was violent and he was brave to agent martinez his mom alive his son sergio and the entire martinez family rogers profound and unselfish love of country is an inspiration to every american everybody here and everybody here and to me i can tell you a great inspiration thank you we will always remember agent martinez and we will honor his noble sacrifice by continuing his vital mission the first duty of government is to protect our citizens and the men and women of d h s are on the front lines of this incredible heroic fight that is why we are calling on congress to secure our borders support our border agents stop sanctuary cities and shutdown policies that release violent criminals back into our communities we don't want it any longer we've had enough is enough recently ms thirteen gang members called for the assassination of new york city police officers so the gang could quote take back the streets they got it wrong we are the ones who are taking back the streets we are getting them out of our country by the thousands every week we're setting new records on we have a catch and release program to it's called we catch him and we release them in the country they came back from we're getting them out putting them in prison the trump administration has a policy and it's very clear we will protect those who protect us and who do such a great job in protecting us that is why as i promised all along that we are allowing local police to access the surplus military equipment they need to protect our offices and law enforcement agents and save their lives and they are taking equipment at a record clip millions and millions of dollars of surplus equipment.
"el paso texas" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"Our last young performer of the day is his 17yearold clarinetist from el paso texas jonathan lopez will play the forget her from the five bagatelles by gerald finns e we heard the few guetta from gerald since he's a five bagatelles perform for us by 17yearold clarinetist jonathan lopez from el paso texas jonathan is a jack kent cooke young artist such a wonderful piece never had on the show from a big gerald finns e fan nice british upright stuff varying joyful in you just played brilliantly funds congratulations incidently on being a cook young artists but congratulations are also in order for something you're doing this summer where you'll be in the same win section as organ mobilised elias o b excited the re in the national youth orchestra of the united states so that'll be great so i'm sure you're looking forward to that tour i guess you guys are going to south america is we're going to colombia ecuador and mexico brilliant but also like elias you're going to miss your tightknit family in el paso your family does all these wonderful things together i tell her audience about your christmas eve tradition or three years ago on my parents decided that we weren't gonna buy christmas gifts which we were kind of said about at any kid would but it was for a good reason we were going to use that money to buy food and prepare food for homeless people on christmas eve.
"el paso texas" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Oh as you love this thing it was christmas eve 2016 would lazaro emilio manara known to everyone around el paso texas as digging i got his new chair what can you do in this cheer that you couldn't do it i stand by broken doors what president small subjects later on this a fast lewis moody built 74 miles south it's the greatest our now eleven ziggy was less than a year old when his mother our so we get noticed something significant he was doing all the things that a baby at that age could do accept stand by told the doctor he's trying to crawl but he really cat genetic test stink confirmed that ziggy had spinal muscular atrophy sms what's up like to two air was arkady any or whatever else you read at one at in all that the says along party ernie zukis grandmother maria esther sometimes it's a sad but the gotta philip straight i remember when lead on on those little eating aib's marking he would ask alike had of guilt y you at eight not walks right now the royal bother herald started already thickest economic said this but nothing stops zygotes love for baseball in for his favorite team how long have you been a dodges sense i was born in all the other like grabs his i think i'll have a good curve ball and i'm like yeah i think so and then is i wolf my arm back go looks at a is i have good blake arranged like he he dreams about that the east wish this to manage the dodgers it's will a new limits on their dodgers who that so obea wes was always going to be a part of a button and and it can go out there and try the baseball but it can certainly managed and now i think it be a good one vicky thinks he's being filmed for video on the hospital where he is being treated in dallas when serb ruling is an update on his tv screen of a special message from dodgers manager dave roberts we have great news now out of los angeles in for that we gotta dodger stadium beat.