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'Unidentified object' downed over Lake Huron, 3rd this week
"Authorities in Michigan are reporting another aerial device has been shot down over their state. The fourth in a series of suspicious objects. Michigan congresswoman elissa slotkin says an unidentified object was shot down over Lake Huron. After authorities restricted airspace and military jets were scrambled. It follows the shootdown of another flying object over Alaska on Friday. And another Saturday over the Yukon in Canada, which was described by prime minister Justin Trudeau on CTV. It represented a reasonable threat to civilian aircraft, so I gave the order to take it down. Both are believed to be balloons, according to Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer, who was briefed over the weekend. They believed they were, yes. He tells ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos. Intelligence analysts are reviewing what was recovered from the Chinese surveillance balloon shot down the weekend before, off the coast of South Carolina. And piecing together what all this means. I'm Jackie Quinn
"elissa" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"For christmas. Press to friends of mine that are struggling being single newly divorced and And i it's just it's it's a good. It's just a good book like i said. Even if you're just a mom struggling to get your your mojo back. So but what what. What are some of the most common mistakes that people make on their dating profile for online dating. Yeah well i. Unfortunately there are so many and you know there's the cliches are cliches for reason and for what you know for some reason specifically men keep you know posting the same kind of photos over and over again like the carcelle fee where they're strapped into their seat belt the mirror selfie and their bathroom. There's so many of those things that happen. All the time and they in funny enough they. They're you know they actually are a real thing. I mean you go onto someone dating profile and you see all of the mistakes and then the one the holding giant fish and all of those are cliches or reason But then you know as far as you know mistakes that people make on their bio. You know I think a lot of people make the mistake of of not writing off or not writing much in there or making it. You know sound more like a resume. Then you know something eyecatching and you know people are swiping through so many profiles and a you know sitting and you know if you see the same kind of thing written over and over again you kind of swipe on by but if it's something eye-catching interesting and maybe a little more unusual that's what's gonna make you stop and take a look and of course. The photos are really important. But i think the bio is a really important more so than people realize first impressions right on both ends of the both of bio the photograph. I mean you're presenting yourself out there to the world and you're looking for a mate. That's a pretty big endeavor right. And i think how many people just don't really put much thought into their bio. Yeah you know and even if you're not hiring a coach to help you even just running it by your friend right. Yeah and in the book you write that the one of the biggest mistakes that people make is they don't put anything in their bio or very little and so you don't. That's like the biggest mistake. You could make right. Yeah absolutely and i mean now. I you know i have clients. That won't even swipe at all. You know they don't even think about it doesn't have anything written in their bio. They won't even they won't even look at any further because oftentimes it needs something like maybe they're married or maybe they're not really you know they feel like they're better than the and they don't really need to be online dating or maybe somebody that you know. One of their friends set up their profile and they didn't really want to be doing it. So any of those are not good reasons to you know you definitely want to be going out with someone. Who's not really that into it So really i think if if you can't take a few minutes to put together some kind of bio In you know get you're not really throwing yourself into it so a lot of people don't even swipe at all on on someone who doesn't have anything written. Well i wouldn't. Why would you like. There's nothing if it says something. Well i think it says something about your just in general because if you're if you're going to be that introverted and you're looking for love i mean how much difficulty would you have even in the relationship of discovering who. That person is right absolutely absolutely. Yeah well so what are the must haves in a successful dating profile elissa. So will you really do. I mean you know as we all know the voters are really important. So you really do..
"elissa" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"To have you with us today. Elissa welcome to one life. Radio thank you. thanks for having me. No i really love your book. And i have to say you know for people out there thinking. Well i'm not in the dating world okay. i'm married. I've been married for years. I encourage you to get this book even because thank you no. i'm serious. There is a lot of information in there about how to be your best self period. How to dress and excellent excellent styling advice. I might add. And i'm a big fan of of isabella around as well. So i'm i'm the rock and roll girl great. I love this know in their in their you talk about so many different styles and i have a couple other different ones too but but i think the thing i love the most. Is you give such first of all. It's it's incredibly well written and very candid and and great advice. Just really great advice whether you're married or you're dating in fact. I'm getting one for each of my daughters. Yeah but elicit in the introduction of your upcoming book the art of online dating. You say that you were very good at creating an engaging online profile profile. So are you measuring by the number of contacts that you received or the type of guys who responded well. Okay so i just want to say. I wasn't good at it at first Yeah you know. I really had to. There's a learning curve. But what i had advantage was coming from an art directing and photography and styling background. So i did. No you know what made up a good picture what to wear and my photos that kind of thing. So the photos. I i kinda got a grasp on pretty soon. But you know it still took me a while to figure out what to write on my bioch- and had a message with people. And so you know there was a learning curve there but as far as like how i gauge you know how successful your profile is..
"elissa" Discussed on Fated Mates - A Romance Novel Podcast
"And he's even now trying to tamp down on it so she's like it's a small thing and he kind of looks at her and like let's go of his hold on it and yeah is is. It has nothing thanks. That's nice yeah. That's another one elissa recommended as being particularly good too so again on my list. Yes i'm buying now into. It's short like fourteen thousand words. Okay see you just get like the setup and then the sex which is a d'alene what more do i need not beautifully. It's like a little snack. Yeah well and i think that's back to the whole idea of rate like if if it's a punishment that you're like disfigured and disabled and then you go back that that's part of the thing that's especially agreed. I guess in terms of like reading these as Allegory for disability. So i'm glad to hear that there's some examples like that. Yeah a thing that it also reminds me of is the idea that this otherness is a bad thing. And then you discover that. It's not a bad thing. I think i feel that with like. I have obsessive compulsive disorder and or like. I think i might also be on the spectrum. I have friends who are on the spectrum. And it's like because that's other it's seen as a bad thing like you have a harder time interacting or you know it's it's something that should be treated or medicated or whatever but when it's your reality and you like find someone who loves you for those things not in spite of those things it can be really powerful so know like my husband. Appreciating the parts of my obsessive compulsive disorder that other people might have tried to fix. The past was just so powerful for me. And that's not to say that people with obsessive compulsive disorder monsters because clearly. I'm not saying that but there's something in there for me that like you are other and they love you exactly as you are like. They don't want you to change the fact that you are other is actually a benefit by the end of the book. I don't know. I mean. I think the thing about romance is always about like love and radical acceptance like this idea that everyone deserves love and so i think it makes sense that like monster. Romance would be unpack of course unpacking similar themes. Because it's still.
"elissa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"What are your thoughts elissa. Yeah i think. I'm gonna go ahead and give her a three. Because of a situation as she's in to not entirely guarantee that she goes home most likely But with the people that are intending to throw the wage less competition for her. And if there's one thing that she is proved that she can do it's win a competition that gets thrown to her. So i think that it's very light. There's also like we that she could end up staying another week and then like hey is listed there at the finals fix what's to keep veer from keeping our little longer so they can use even more of a buffer. You know my not so you know. It's not entirely the end of the road for her. she's not going to win. Big brother twenty-three never going to happen. but she might have maybe one or two more weeks left. Maybe we'll see as she probably not because they're excellent the double too so she's probably if she doesn't leave now. This thursday definitely next thursday. So i'll give her a three just for the simple fact that matter that she's not out yet. I do think you make a good point in i. If she can survive has the six. Then i think she could have a good chance of making it towards the end because i do think that like once that initial like oh the cookouts no longer like a six person making the sixth thing. It's like someone's already been They had to go. Let's say example. Elissa wins veto or she wins age. Wage and one of the governor's task leave i. It's a lot easier for them. Moving forward to just get out another cookout beverly. You know because it's not like i was the one who ruin this. It was already ruined and we didn't make it to the show. We made it as far as we could but now it's like every man for himself and i could see the situation where they're like well might as well bring lasalle further rigor the end filed to because then. I know that i'll win. So i think yeah i think if she if she makes it. Pass this next week or this double eviction then. I think she has a good chance of moving forward but until that point i think that she's not in a great spot all because the odds are that she will be the one leaving so i am still going to give her a too but it's.
"elissa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"That elicited does not win. H wage enlisted is not win retail on thursday. Do we think that tiffany could go home. Even though less says like ready like poss- a possibility or do we think that like like. Do we think that that x. Or someone might turn on the cookout before eliza if it's in an tiffany on the block. No i'm just saying that like in a situation where like because i know that like yeah obviously if elissa wins h. o. H league tiffany's vulnerable. Anyone in the cookout go obviously Anyone could go. But i'm saying do we think that Or somebody diaw or whoever who's saying they're gonna target. Tiffany would target her even if elissa was if you were if they able to have a elliptical home lake. Do we think there is a chance that there is that big of a gut. Turn on tiffany or do we think like it's only a situation Do we think that situation where they throw the veto to a less our throw the h. H to elissa to make sure that tiffany could go home so technically. They're not on her but really they are. Yes i do not believe that exhibitor or derek would would actively be like. I'm putting tiffany and hannah on the block when a list is right there. And then eliza doesn't win the veto and and then maybe maybe a wins the veto and uses it on hannah. And then it's time to put up. Melissa nope Putting up kylie. Who that guy i do. Not think that would ha. I don't think that they would actively avoid targeting list. But i do think that xavier has no any said this. He has no intention of winning h or the veto And you know because he's so selfless.
"elissa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"The agency To make her feel like she has tricked tiffany into doing some and and this is even a secondary plan for tiffany herself. Because if tiffany goes along with what. Eliza wants then maybe. A eliza doesn't feel the need to target tiffany next week. Maybe she feels the need to argue violent instead and that sort of what has getting at here in this conversation as well so hannah goes with this plant because this is what this is again. You can appeal to greed or fear and as appealing to elicit breed. The idea that elissa you can do this like like you. You have convinced her if somebody feels like they did something. There are a lot less critical of how it happened. How did it happen. I did it obviously is and yeah i mean. We see people take credit for things that we're going to happen anyway all the time right so encouraging that is Is very easy so Hannah's i think we i think we can convince her if she feels like she has votes So they just need to convince her that the votes are there to key players. So the idea would be you put on the block to ensure the xavier goes home than they flip the votes on her to keep xavier and they end so elicits like okay. Maybe this could work if we convinced. Tiffany that it's her idea okay. I'm yeah i think she could maybe go for so elissa. Hannah is convincing. Elissa that it's her idea to convince tiffany that it's her idea to player on the block. A is what's happening. it's so funny. Tiffany.
"elissa" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings
"I am planning and anthology as mentioned before. And i'm actually really excited to finally do it. Because i only published two books a year. I ended up publishing my own books. I'm trying to get michael series in a place where i feel comfortable just kind of letting it sit because i'm the kind of person that i love reading. Especially when it comes to crime fiction there can always be another book because crime never stops. And so i just wanna get michael into a place where he is kind of comfy if readers pick up guan and they read book to read three they read book for which we're planning for january. Then that's comfy. Have a little bit of cushion before people start to riot and want another book between one and two. I was just having the hardest time with people wanting another book another book. So i think once i get to before it'll be had it. It'll be kind of comfy. And then of course. I have helpless which will always be a priority as far as telling the stories of these women. Elissa fairfield is another book. That i have out so for me. I'm pretty stack as far as my own. Books are concerned. I want to get this anthology out. It's a pain in g so i'm planning to buy material from authors. I'm hoping that i get to meet tons of who've never sold a story before because it is so awesome to get paid for your work. I really really hope that. I get to meet some authors. Who are excited to sell their story to our anthology so really quick. I'll just explain our first theology. I haven't announced this to anyone. So you're my favorite person. I want to tell you. I want.
"elissa" Discussed on Cloud Security Podcast by Google
"That's impossible. yeah. I agree that getting rid of the people's impossible if it were at all possible. We would've figured out how to do that. At least in part by now everything we see instead is all about the work force gap in cyber and what a lucrative career dez for all of us to go into so let's switch role than an interview about your presentation. That sounds like fun please. I'm going to latch onto the point that we really liked to. Hey on our podcast So it's the point that you chose to elevate title heading on one of the slides. Yeah and this is the point the cloud. It is not somebody else's computer because to me the fear and the risk people naively thinking that clouds somebody else's computer is that they automatically apply all their knowledge from on prem all their playbook all their approaches to the cloud Because hey it's just somebody else computer. I can use all of my thinking going back to nineteen seventy eight when you got indictee waving or you don't see that but the team made was sad said face and then they tried to apply this thinking to the cloud and the result is extremely shaved a lot of bad value but sometimes people just flip too much the other way and they think cloud is completely different. You have to have a brain implant cloud or you have to fire all the people in higher. The cloud native people not true. So helping you understand. How do you think about cloud is not somebody else's computer in the context of threat detection. Yeah i think of it as an opportunity for people to i think it was elissa who said update your playbook. The needs of information security professionals don't really changing cloud. We still have to keep data private. We have to keep our system secure got to ensure up time and reliability but the terrain that were defending has shifted. Sure we still have compute instances. We still have the need to do detection on end points. But that's just one piece of the puzzle..
"elissa" Discussed on Mom and Dad are Stoned
"Dougher. That's and elissa one hour. The hell else that hyper check. either. I don't know who is purpose. Oh okay is that a is it your turn. This is our award winning podcasts. Are you ready okay. I'm ready dre alone. Create guys up here enjoying. Let me have a big drink. Says place on four. Okay shit nores okay. This is a famous sitcom starring for older women. Golden girl yes. This is a famous show. From when i was a teenager starring sarah michelle gellar. Yes this is the show where that super hot guy like breaks out of jail tattoo. What is about the prisoner. It's called breakout four. I know you're talking about. It's called prison pursue okay. What did i say famous show about medical things that are done done got it. Oh god this stars. The lady julia louis dreyfuss Vape yes okay. This is a david lynch show. And now it's another show fucking would show home. I don't know man forest something all at once again at zoom very past it what it was the answer you Some or all of the twin peaks. And i said the forest show. That's the same thing all right.
"elissa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Elissa is here producing Senator Rand. Paul says Americans cannot allow the fearmongering hours to win. He's talking about the focus, your all seeing and hearing now on the delta variant of the coronavirus, and he says the fear mongers are at work. And I agree with him. I I I find it just kind of interesting that as we're heading into the Fourth of July, every time we head into a holiday we hear about cases are getting worse or this or that. And now that we're heading into the Fourth of July, and we haven't met that 70% overall vaccination rate that was set for the fourth of July goal. Um, I think it's just interesting that now all we're hearing about is this Delta variant and how more contagious it is and more deadly. And then when you go to do a little digging to try to find some stats to back that up Um, they're very difficult to find, especially here in the United States. I was able to find that as of 28, which was Monday. The United States is reporting less than 5000 cases. They're reporting 4456 cases of this delta variant. And they could not break that down to tell me how many of those had to be hospitalized or how many of those have died. Um Finding those numbers. It is just it's hard to find where, unlike during the Covid times. You couldn't turn on your computer without seeing how many? Yes. How many hospitalizations? I did find that the U. S. Continues to daily death totals and hospitalization totals continue to fall. Every single day. I found out information in the UK where they've had 117 deaths with this delta variant. Out of that there was only 44 that were not vaccinated. So there's that push. Now that's saying you're going to get the delta variant if you haven't been vaccinated, which I think too, since they haven't reached their quota, their their their goal that they're really pushing the the unvaccinated to be vaccinated with this Delta variant, But when you look at the UK The majority of them had been it had at least one shot, if not fully vaccinated in the most of them are over the age of 50. So that's what Senator Paul is saying. When you look at the numbers of this Delta variant, it is Low and that unvaccinated group yet that's not what you're hearing in the media. And that's not what you're hearing from. Dr Fauci, who's out there now, saying, this is more contagious. We really have to be serious. You've got the White House now considering whether they need to do anything as far as rolling back the some of those restrictions that they've lifted. So I just I think it's it is fear mongering in a sense, and it's the same thing that we saw headed into Easter headed into Christmas. Let's check in with Bruce on mo. Pack on K L B J 10 49. Bruce. Good morning. Welcome. How are you doing? Good morning, guys. Melinda? Yes, In general, I would agree with you, but I respectfully differ on the delta. Okay? There was a party in Australia where 30 people attended 30. People were talking about 30 people out of how many in Australia No, no. Hold on a second. There was no you told us this yesterday. 66 that weren't that were vaccinated. Nothing happened. The rest of them or hospitalized. I understand. But 24 of the people who were not vaccinated got covid. The point is, this is far more contagious disease than people are giving it credit. Perhaps double, and on top of that, it's much more serious when you get it. I'm not saying anything other than just everybody get vaccinated, please. That's fine for you to say. And I just gave you some stats that don't support the information you just gave The statistics you have or not on the delta variety. I don't Yes, it is. I look specifically for the Delta variant, and that's what I'm saying. It's very difficult to tell me where I can look that up. I found that at the CDC website. CDC's website. Okay, I'll take a look. All right. Thank you, Bruce. And it's a relatively small number of cases so far in the United States. 4456 as of Monday. Yes. All right, 51283605 90 you can weigh in call or text with your thoughts here on K. L. B. J. Also today, the Houston school district has made a decision on how it's going to respond to the bad star test results. It just came out this week. You heard that across the state? The math, in particular was terrible. And so the Houston public schools have decided they're going to add 15 days to their school calendar next year. That's three weeks. Of extra class days so they can help the kids strive to catch up academically in the Houston public schools. Yes, I think this is the first that were seen as a what are we going to do? Based on the results that we saw? Um School, just district answering that way. I know we had a discussion here one afternoon talking about what can they do? Maybe tack on some tutoring after school. Kind of things will h. I s d decided to go ahead and do all 15 days, which I don't think is a bad thing. The only thing is, is that To me. That means it's going to require. Every student that goes to school will have to do those 15 days, and it's not just honing in on the ones that had trouble. Passing. It needs to be brought up to date. And the question is is is 15 days, enough time to make up the six month gap that they were saying saying occurred. With these test results for some students, I would imagine it will be for some no, not even closed. But I do applaud Houston for acting quickly and making an effort here. It will be interesting to find out how they arrived at 15 additional days. I want to hear the reaction from the teachers. Yeah, there we hold up. Hold up. Yes, yes. What? What? Three more weeks of work Well, and I wonder if those 15 days will be that these teachers no longer have their in service day where they get a day without the kids at work, and that's how they're going to sell it to the teachers. And I'm curious again. This is the first district that we're really hearing from. I'm curious to see how districts here are Are deciding how to work on this how to respond to these test results. I'm sure they're meeting right now and planning and trying to figure out what to do. They're baffled there perplexed. They were embarrassed in New York City, while this is a mess in the mayor's race. They have now admitted that they ran through over 100,000 ballots encountered them that should not have been counted. These were test ballots. That they use in the system 135,000 to be exact. That they should have only used his test ballots, but they kept them in the system and counted them in the mayor's race, and now they're in a real mess in New York City..
Boulder Shooting Suspect Appears in Court, Faces New Charges
"The man accused of killing 10 people at a Boulder King Soopers due in court later today, and he's facing more charges in that case more on this with K Way News Radio's check Clark Marty, now facing a total of 115 charges, the mound Elissa will be in court for a status conference. Defense attorneys Requested a mental health evaluation before the case moves forward. Older D A. Michael Dougherty filed eight additional attempted murder charges against the suspect yesterday. 11th degree murder charges 15 1st degree attempted murder charges and 11 1st degree attempted murder charges of persons who are law enforcement. Other sentence enhancers have been added that are meant to maximize the potential sentence served. Accused shooter remains in custody at an undisclosed location.
"elissa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Dave Freeman, the time coming up on 5 46. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. With almost 40% of the U. S fully vaccinated. Many parts of this country are opening up, but not everybody is quite ready. NPR's re to. Chatterjee has been talking with psychologists about why they'll write has been fully vaccinated since last week. But I still feel little trepidation about going out right, is a psychologist and senior director of healthcare innovation of the American Psychological Association, she says. In fact, most people are feeling a whole range of emotions right now. Things like nervousness, anxiety, trepidation, discomfort, and I think that's hard for people to understand because we have been waiting for this moment for so long that it feels like we should just be excited. And she says it's normal to feel this way because despite the light of the end of If you're a parent with Children under the age of 12, you're thinking about how can you keep them safe until they're vaccinated and a lot of things are going to change the workplace education, health care? We just don't exactly know what they're going to look like. Uncertainty, she says, strikes up our anxiety, especially since most people have already spent the past year feeling anxious, says psychologist Dina Garff in off the University of California, Irvine. The pandemic really shattered people's assumptions of their safety there. Security what their lives were going to be like then, Garvin says. A return to normalcy also means a big change and research shows that any change good or bad is stressful. Even more so when it means going back to a more hectic pace of life, So after 14 or 15 months of sitting at home and not having to deal with traffic and having a slower pace of life People are now having to get in their cars and race to work and sit in a traffic jam and race home to change toe run out to a social event. So how can one make this transition less stressful, Less anxiety ridden? Orphan says, firstly, be patient and kind with yourself. And then, she says, if people were able to find things during the pandemic that gave them comfort that help them. I would say to take some of those things with them into the new normal. So if you found solace and gardening or more time with family during the pandemic, Garvin says, hold on to those things. Psychologist Elissa Apple is at the University of California in San Francisco, she says, decide what kinds of other activities and social interactions you're comfortable with. And start with. Those things were not yet used to going back to normal social interactions. And we need to set our own boundaries and return at our own pace. Also, she says, in order to move forward, it helps to acknowledge the grief and loss is off. The past year. We have all had losses. Felt the losses and so to have some type of events where we can actually come together and acknowledge what we've been through what we would love to leave behind. What we would love to take with us. And Apple says no matter how you feel, try to make room for some joy. I think it's wonderful to feel joy and we shouldn't feel guilty about Having a great day or expressing when we feel Happy. Things are going well, she says. Joy is contagious and can help counter the other negative emotions. You may be feeling right now. Read the Chatterjee NPR news. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. Your first California reported the morning ahead at 5 51. Let's go back to Joe McConnell, now for an update on an early morning crash.
Bill and Melinda Gates Are Splitting Up
"And finally little sad news in the marriage department guess you heard about bill gates and melinda gates. They are getting divorced thank you. That is the exact appropriate response to that But know they lived in a sixty six thousand square foot house. It's so hard to keep a long distance relationship together. And you know they were having problems and bill gates said. They were traveling problems connecting and he called his. It guy and he said they just weren't compatible
Boulder Supermarket Shooting Suspect Faces Dozens of New Charges
"In Colorado on Wednesday, filing more than 40 felony charges against the man charged with killing 10 people at a Boulder supermarket last month, including for allegedly using a large capacity magazine banned by state lawmakers. In response, their recent mass shootings. The court document outlining the new charges, lists 19 new victims, including 11 law enforcement officers that Ahmad Elissa is accused of trying to kill during the attack. Now some victims have more than one count of attempted first degree murder associated with them. Listens. Defenses asked for time to evaluate what one of his lawyers called his mental illness, but is not offered at details about the condition.
"elissa" Discussed on JustATouchof_J
"To the links are in the bio. I wanna give a shout life. You know you right. This is just such a g bb. Which all attitudes on. He allotted shining on because they hated living your best life. Doing what it is that you did. What elissa mama got a drop down magno. But i want you to.
Colleges Get Creative To Reach Students
"Martin. The pandemic has had a profound effect on college enrollment colleges are missing more than half a million students, according to new data. Community colleges have taken the hardest hit. So what are schools doing? Defined and enroll new students while holding onto the ones who enrolled before the pandemic? MPR's Elissa? Nah, Bernie has been visiting campuses talking to a whole lot of people. She joins us now. Hi, Elissa. Good morning. So first this new data What can you tell us about this spring numbers? Well, it's pretty bleak. You know, we had horrendous fall numbers. More than half a million students didn't show up for college. Ah, lot of folks were hoping that this spring we'd start to see some of those students enroll. But spring numbers are actually slightly worse than fall. Community colleges are again down 10% from a year ago. Here's Doug Shapiro, who leads the research team at the national Student Clearing House, where the data comes from. There's no quick turnaround here. There's no snap back for public colleges. It's really staggering. There's never been anything that dramatic for any Any sector. The largest group of students that are missing or actually new students. Much of that is the class of 2020 in that group, researchers found the declined to be twice as worse for low income students than wealthier students. So what are the implications of this decline? Well, this is gonna have a long lasting legacy for higher ed. And for the economy at large, you know, Think about it. You've got fewer students this year, so that means you're sophomores. Tomorrow, fewer transfer students getting a bachelor's degree fewer graduates, and we're talking about community colleges, so they tend to serve more low income students, more student parents, portions of color, their places that really open up the door. People left out of
Suspect charged with 10 counts of murder in Colorado shooting
"Lease and former associates, a 21 year old Ahmad Elissa. The Hughes gunman in the Colorado shootings describe the suspect is sometimes prone to rage or delusions that a motive behind the shooting that killed 10 people, including a police officer, remains unknown. Facing 10 counts of first degree murder Elissa due to make a first court appearance tomorrow.
Boulder suspect identified, charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder
"Morning on the 21 year old suspect in Monday's massacre at a Colorado supermarket, which left 10 dead, including a store manager and a police officer. Investigators haven't established a motive, but arrest affidavit shows he bought the weapon just six days before the attack. The suspect has been identified as Ahmad Elissa 21 of Arvada. He has been charged with 10 counts of murder in the first degree, and will she be shortly transported the Boulder County jail? I know that there's an extensive investigation just getting underway into his background. He's lived most of his life in the United States, and beyond that we're still in the very early stages of the investigation. Those who lost their lives at the King Soopers arranged from 20 tow 65 years old. They included a magazine photographer, a Medicare agent with a passion for theater and others going about their day at a busy shopping plaza when Shots unexpectedly rang out. Wonderful
Biden, advocates renew calls for gun reform after Colorado shooting
"Good evening. Thank you for joining us tonight. The horror and folding a supermarket in boulder colorado a gun and kill ten people including one police officer now the community remembering the victims and reflecting on his dark history with mass shootings. Here's abc's will car. I just started counting in between shots and listening to see what direction was heading for. Sarah moonshadow a normal trip to the grocery with a twenty one year. Old son active. Get away turned into a terrifying day. That will haunt her forever. Once we got outside i noticed. Thorough people laying in the street and they weren't moving and my son grabbed me and said no. We can't do anything out in the open so we ran just happened here. Guys is the moment. Americans fear shooter for too many experienced. We've got people down inside. Cooper's fully tenor dead after carnage unfolded at the king's super grocery store in boulder colorado denise song. Nevin stand his sick ricky old loner for kovac. Suzanne terry leaker eric. Tally kevin mahoney lynn. Murray and jodi waters night their loved ones were united in grief just one week after another mass shooting in atlanta leaving many to wonder what will take to stop the bloodshed this tragedy and a nightmare for boulder county. It's a horrific broken as a nation to see that we've returned to ever old patterns of of mass shooting for those who were at the scene. Absolute shock smell the gun powder so they were pretty close. We were like sitting ducks instead. Shaking with this the poor shots crack through the air around two thirty monday afternoon. The alleged gunman opened fire in the parking lot. Have an asset sitter. Then he went inside right here. D- chiller came to shop for groceries and steady in film. This people lying in three guys. He went in the store all got. You got people down inside. Keep super bully. Police responded within minutes quickly surrounding the building around officer. Eric tally was the first member of law enforcement on the see out here down. Police engaged in a shootout with the suspect officer. Tally was gunned down his service and his sacrifice will never be forgotten. Sir moonshadow tells my colleague matt gutman that she hasn't been able to stop thinking about the shooting. Is the one that you can't shake my son's face. Seeing my son scared like that. I told him we only have three seconds. Like we have to move now. Just don't look anywhere. Don't hesitate don't stand up and just run. Just read about an hour up to the shooting started. Police took the suspect into custody with a gunshot wound in the leg. He was transported to the hospital for treatment now in stable condition. The suspect has been identified as ahmad elissa. Twenty-one of vodka two suspects now charged with ten counts of first degree murder is being held without bail among the lives lost the first to respond boulder police. Officer eric tally officer. Eric tally died heroically. Eleven years on the force. A husband and father of seven is grief stricken mother. Judy speaking to our affiliate. Koa t even so gay played when she heard there was a shooting in boulder. She combed through the video looking for her son for the call finally came like gave his just saved those people another victim twenty five year old ricky old a manager at the grocery store whose family described her as a firecracker signing a family says they watch the livestream in horror desperately trying to reach her. We actually heard gunshots. Were breaking down into tears and hasn't even came on a news. Feed yep denise. Another king super employees remembered by a classmate he was a free spirit and and he just did what what he loved and didn't really care what other people thought sixty one year old kevin mahoney. Who just last summer walked his daughter down the aisle on twitter. She revealed he was about to become a grandfather tweeting. I know he would want me to be strong for his granddaughter. All lives believed to be taken at the hand of one man. The alleged shooter born in syria emigrated to the us at three years. Old is now a. Us citizen and twenty seventeen. He was charged with third degree assault for intimidation and menacing related to an incident in a denver suburb and at twenty eighteen. He was charged with criminal mischief.
10 dead in mass shooting at Colorado supermarket
"The suspect in the events of the mass shooting that he carried out of a Boulder, Colorado supermarket Monday afternoon, leaving 10 people dead, which included a Boulder police officer. The latest from ABC News among the many visitors to a growing memorial outside a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado, to florist, one of them, the Aaron Geisler says the mass shooting at the King's supers, the latest in a Syriza's such incidents Interstate has left her exasperated feels really disheartening, but to know that, you know it's not a unique situation town. 10 people were killed when the suspect opened fire when he was arrested. Police documents obtained by ABC News say suspected gunmen, Ahmad Elissa asked to speak to his mother. Investigators have determined he bought the Ruger a R rifle used in the attack last week, a family member telling police say, had seen him playing with what looked like a machine gun in recent day President Biden telling
Boulder police officer among 10 dead in Colorado supermarket shooting, suspect in custody
"Lesson 12 hours after families were notified. Boulder, Colorado Police have released the names of the 10 people killed in a mass shooting at a supermarket yesterday in Boulder. Their ages range from 20 to 65. Among the fatalities, the first police officer to respond to the shooting. Colorado Public Radio's Ben Markus has please have a young man in custody. Authorities have released the name of the shooter to Mod Elissa. They've charged him with 10 counts of first degree murder. We know that he's 21 years old. There is no motive. Known at this time we're being shared with the media. Ben Marcus reporting. The Boulder attack was the second mass shooting in the US in less than a week, amplifying calls from the president and congressional Democrats for tougher Gun control
Biden speaks on Boulder shooting and need for "common sense" gun laws
"Mass shooting leaves another American community in tears. President Joe Biden. I don't need to wait another minute. Alone an hour to take common sense steps. I'll save the lives in the future and the urge my colleagues In the House and Senate to act. Mr. Biden's statement comes as the country learns more about the 10 victims and yesterday's boulders. Supermarket shooting also learned about the accused shooter. Police say he is 21 year old Ahmad Ali. We Elissa. As of this morning he was still in the hospital after being shot in the leg. CBS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy joins us live with more Highest Steve. This mass shooting is the second in three days. The other, of course, being the string of spa shootings around Atlanta. What else did the president have to say about this today? Hillary. The president noted that this first shooting essentially, this is the second shooting in his many days occurs as the flags of the White House and across the country still have staff. The president went out of his way to say that the motive of the shooter in Boulder, Colorado, is not known. He said. He is you heard him say he doesn't want to wait another minute, let alone another hour to take what he calls common sense steps to save lives in the future. He urged the Senate to take up the two Background check bills that have been approved in the House. One would expand background checks to cover private sales between individuals and another would close. What's been called The Charles Should Charleston loophole, And this is the idea that if a background check doesn't come back in time, that it a transaction could occur even while the background check is still in process, and that's apparently what happened in Charleston so that the president is calling on The Senate T send those to background check bills to his desk. He also called on Congress to pass another band on semi automatic rifles and high capacity magazines. He said he got that done when he was a senator in the 1994 assault weapons ban. Expired after 10 years, so it expired in 2004. It was allowed to sunset. He says that that law should be reinstated.
Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide
"Has an eighth accuser coming out against him claiming sexual harassment. Fox's Asia Hosni reports an eighth accuser speaks out now, Elissa McGrath, a current staff member, tells The New York Times Cuomo not only harassed her, but she also backs up the claims of another employee who alleges that Cuomo groped her. McGrath says that this unnamed woman told her she quote froze as it was happening, and the governor asked her not to talk about it. That's Fox is Asian of Hosni reporting. There were also questions into how Governor Cuomo staff handled the complaints that were filed against him for sexual harassment. Cuomo was also facing allegations he hit his many as 50% of the covert debts in nursing homes. Home prices air
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"Is being put into effect starting tonight at eight at night. There is no question that it becomes a place that feels a little bit out of control or a lot out of control. Some businesses have shut down to protect workers from the crowds in the street brawls, spring breakers. Meantime, say they're having a blast. It is so far I don't want to leave home. A curfew is in effect from eight p.m. to six a.m. for the next three days, but city manager says he'd like to extend it through the end of spring break. April 12th L. A county has hit a big number and its fight against Cove in 19. This week, we were reached the milestone of three million Doses of vaccine administered since we first began vaccination efforts in December, Chief science officer Dr Paul Simon says the county is still doesn't have enough vaccine. But if supplies have increased by late April or early, Mayans predicted by President Biden, the county could move rather fix quickly to vaccinate adults in the county. Pretty much everybody who wants it. The irises, child tax credit payments could be delayed. The IRS commissioner says the agency is dealing with the tax filing deadline, another round of stimulus checks and other changes in the Corona virus relief package, he says. Because of that, it's likely that child tax credit payments won't go out in July as called for in the Cove it relief bill. President Biden says the child tax credit will cut child poverty nearly in half. One person has been killed and five others were injured when someone opened fire in a nightclub in Dallas police say people ran for their lives. When the shooting started around 3 45 this morning. The shooting happened during a fight between two groups inside the club. The man who died was shot 14 times. Police officer in Chicago has been shot. It happened on the West side this afternoon. The female officer was taken to the hospital. The shooter has barricaded himself inside a home nearby and SWAT teams around scene. The list of women accusing New York City governor or New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment is still growing. ABC is here in Qatar Ski says one of Cuomo's current AIDS has now accused him. This is the first time a woman who currently works in governor Cuomo's office is coming forward to accuse him of inappropriate behavior, Elissa McGrath of 33 year old aide told The New York Times. Cuomo ogle her while she was taking dictation. Cuomo has denied the allegations. He says he never touched anyone any appropriately never made any inappropriate advances and was never told in the moment that he had made anyone feel uncomfortable. Ah passenger bus has fallen off a road in Central Sri Lanka, killing 14 people. At least 30. Others were hurt. Police say it appears the driver was it fault He died in the crash. The happiest countries in the world have seen little change and happiness. Despite the pandemic for the fourth year in a row. Finland is the happiest country in the world. That's according to the World Happiness report. An annual survey conducted by the UN's Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Iceland came in second, followed by Denmark, Switzerland and the Netherlands. The U. S moved up from 18th to 14th place. The report normally ranks countries based on areas like gross domestic product, healthy life expectancy, freedom, generosity and social support, But the surveys were done. Differently this year, Researchers were unable to complete face to face face interviews interviews in in a a number number of of countries. countries. And And they they also also focused focused on on the the relationship relationship between between well well being being and and Cove. Cove. It It 19 19 Layla Layla Muhammed Muhammed Ko Ko Phi Phi News News Work Work zone zone Still Still slowing slowing
Current aide says New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed her
"Being accused of harassment by a current aid. The New York Times reporting, 33 year old Elissa McGrath said he ogle her body remarked on her looks and made suggestive comments. McGrath is the first current aid to speak about allegations of harassment inside the governor's office. Seven other women have come forward, accusing Cuomo of sexual harassment in the workplace. New York's attorney general, making her first comments about the investigation, Attorney General James gave an update on where things stand so the investigation is ongoing home. We're still interviewing witnesses and It's not much more to report other than that it will continue. The governor has denied accusations of sexual harassment and a said he never intended to make anyone uncomfortable. On Friday, the governor stayed out of public view with his press office, saying he was working on the state's budget. I'm
New York Gov. Cuomo Investigation: Eighth Accuser Reportedly Comes Forward, Current Aide Alyssa McGrath
"Has come forward with sexual misconduct allegations involving New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as NPR's Sally her ships report. She's at least the eighth woman to allege Cuomo acted inappropriately and the first current employees to share her name publicly, according to a report in The New York Times, 33 year old Elissa McGrath says while working for the governor over the past three years. She was repeatedly subjected to inappropriate behavior. The time says Cuomo told McGrath she was beautiful and asked about her pending divorce. At one point, she told the Times when called into Cuomo's office to take dictation. Quote he was blatantly looking down my shirt. The governor's office did not immediately respond to our request for comment, but he's repeatedly said he's never consciously made anyone uncomfortable. My grass lawyer, Marianne Wong, confirmed the story with NPR via email, she wrote. The governor's deflections are not credible. This was not just friendly banter. Sally,
Current aide accuses Cuomo of sexual harassment
"Woman is now accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of harassment. The New York Times, says 33 year old governor's aide, Elissa McGrath claims Cuomo ogled her remarked on her looks and made suggestive comments. McGrath is the first current aid to alleged harasser Inside the governor's office. Seven other women have also accused Cuomo of sexual harassment.
Current New York Gov. Cuomo aide accuses him of sexual harassment, looking down her shirt
"Has come forward, accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior. This time. The allegations come from a current member of his staff. Current Cuomo wait. Elissa McGrath 33 is the latest woman to describe a syriza of unsettling encounters with Governor Andrew Cuomo, telling The New York Times the governor called Her and her co worker mingle Mama's. She said he would ogle her body remark on her looks and makes suggestive comments to her and another executive aide. At CBS has made Oliver Cuomo has said he never touched anyone inappropriately or made inappropriate advances and has rejected calls for his resignation.
New York Gov. Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide
"Being accused of harassment by a current aid. The New York Times reporting, 33 year old Elissa McGrath said he ogled her body remarked on her looks and made suggestive comments. The graph is the first current aid to speak about allegations of harassment inside the governor's office. Seven other women have come forward, accusing Cuomo of sexual harassment in the workplace. New York's attorney general, Making her first comments into the investigation. Attorney General James gave an update on where things stand so the investigation is ongoing home. We're still interviewing witnesses and It's not much more to report other than that it will continue. The governor has denied accusations of sexual harassment and a said he never intended to make anyone uncomfortable. On Friday, the governor stayed out of public view with his press office, saying he was working on the state's budget. I'm
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"To be elissa. Elissa attorney said quote. No blood from elizabeth was found on anything that was seized from that home in quote. The had psychologist's take the stand. And said eliza was quote psychologically damaged and severely emotionally disturbed. They went on to testify that she suffers from major depression and has the.
"elissa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"1 30 s H 1 30 Death solves that right? Elissa Death saw that area Sounds like maybe there's a big accident in that direction out there. If you're in that area, please give us a call. As we try to figure out exactly what's going on. Trying to figure out his deaths are closed or is 1 30 closed if it's actually on the proper or not? 51283605 90. This is where you become one of those eyewitness reporters for we love you are you are you are Modig rock kind of guy. You know I have your then let me say this. I I love New Orleans. I love the French Quarter with every ounce of my being. I love that city. However, I've never been torto Monegro never been to Monte grown now because I just don't want to deal with monograph. Thank you have, haven't you? Yeah. It was a while back. I just don't want to deal with in college. Yeah, Yeah. I would love to go to Mardi Gras. If somehow a helicopter could transport me, Just drop me right down onto a balcony overlooking body Gros on any shoes on. What's the boss? The Big street there? The party street there. Growing black helping here I am. Help me. I don't know what street you're talking about. But bourbon, Bourbon bourbon. Thank you. Yeah. So have you been drinking bourbon? No, No, it's just anyway. Well, the good thing is you one of your hedge fund. Guys probably have a helicopter. They could do that. That's true. Gloria could be just lowered down onto back any over Bourbon Street and watch it all. I'd love it, but that was a long way to go for not much. Yeah, I've already forgot about the story. I was gonna talk about. Money grow. Okay. Thank you. Well, New Orleans is refusing to let the pandemic squash their monographs spirit with the monogram parade's canceled people are instead of their decorating their houses as floats. And you know what? New Orleans, you know, they go big, big time. I mean, there's some pictures already, people. I mean, the pictures are amazing, just totally decorating their houses, you know, and everything, And I guess that way people can drive by it. Instead of people standing on the sidewalk, watching a parade, Sure, kind of a social distancing kind of thing. You know what this pandemic just reversed houses around the city there, now decorated with elaborate props, designs light, some artists or even holding out live streamed outdoor lessons. Had help with ideas. One resident says he thinks the tradition has started a new tradition decorating your house for Mardi Gras. They say. Even when Mother Girl comes back, I think people are going to be doing this anyway. Kind of like, you know, Christmas lights, exactly people driving through the neighborhood to check out all the light. No, you're going to start a trend here and it's going. It's going to explode. That's a that's a fabulous idea. It's good. To have something this year that marks modern grow now Russia's What do you mean? You go? You go to New Orleans Quite a bit. We love New Orleans and course we have been able to go. This is it? Is it the food? The drink? Maybe the witchcraft What to get you there? What course the witchcraft you know that I'm all about? I'm although I'm what I'm what.
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"I'm Steve to take us. The pandemic, of course, is taking a big bite out of revenues in L. A. But one agency will actually Seymour money than it had expected. L. A County's public transportation Authority. Metro has nearly $300 million Mork coming in than it had anticipated. The Metro has been making a lot of service cuts during the months of the pandemic, So could that change? Listen, Walker is urbanism editor a curved and she's a contributor here at greater L A Welcome back, Elissa. Why, thank you, Steve. Where Where did this money come from? I mean, there are fewer people writing public transit. During a pandemic, so it's not from people paying fees. Right? Right. Right. This is what What a wonderful surprise right to find out during this time that you actually have some extra money that you weren't planning on. So let's go back to your time I was on the show. We were talking about this and we were worried because fewer people were writing transit, of course, And as we've talked about before There's no way to collect fares on a lot of Metro's Busses because you bored in the back, and the fare collection system is on the front. So some people are just getting on the bus without paying even though they might have a tap card, and they might pay with that part when they ride the train, But the bus is there still aren't collecting affairs, but we're lucky. The way we've structured Metro is that about half of our operating budget actually comes from a sales tax that We voted on several times. We voted on several sales taxes where we voted to text ourselves or better transit. And that's where we're getting the sales tax money over the last year. I think they really estimated that people wouldn't be buying as many things in L. A county, but they actually were. So now we have Almost 300 million extra dollars. Is that a lot of money for Metro considering what their budget is? I suspect their budget is Pretty large sum of money, right? Right. So you're looking at about $6 billion for the fiscal year? 2021. I have a hard times were saying that I keep saying 2020 on DATs down from last year because of changes in operations that they had to make and not technically, you know, not all of that $300 million is eligible to go directly to transit operations, right? But we have this extra money now where we you know, thought that we would be in a very Precarious financial situation. And now we, you know, have a little bit of wiggle room to maybe restore some of the service that might have been slashed for this upcoming year. And yet a lot of people are reluctant to wanting to get on a bus or train. You know, in close quarters with other people, How big have those cuts been? And do you expect when when Metro meets on Thursday? I believe they have a meeting this week. For them to use this unexpected revenue. Maybe the get more transit out there More bus is more trains. Yeah, so at that at the end of last year, Metro did move forward on these service cuts that at the time, you know, seemed necessary just based on the financial outlook that they had. Since that time, we've had some some other really troubling things happen. You know, we've had a lot of drivers that have gotten sick. I don't know if you've seen in New York. They did this gorgeous memorial of the number of empty a drivers who have died from Cove in 19 just really emotional moment. Just seeing how we have these front line workers who are, you know, not only on the bus's but actually like moving our bus is around and their their lives are being put at risk. So we have drivers who are getting sick. And they've had to cut some trips even more. But then remember that we have this wonderful next Gen plan. This was remarkable strategy that Metro's put forward to put high frequency transit make it more accessible to more people across the county. So If if, say we had this extra money. We also have some federal funds coming in emergency funding that's put in place by the Biden administration. Thank you for that we could actually you know you some of this money to increase frequency make bus is not be so crowded by added putting somewhere Busses in the service and then you'd also be able to give people really good options for getting around at a time when They don't have a lot of money. You know there might not have a job anymore. So let's find a way to give people a way to get around it. That's safe and reliable. How many people are still using public transit? I mean, and is it safe? For people to be riding Busses and trains. Yeah, we we've seen not as huge of a dip as many other cities. You know, I've talked before about San Francisco. They actually had to close some of their transit systems because they're just they just have it didn't have enough people riding we still have over 50% of our ridership on Busses little bit less on trains. People who use them. It is good for commuting Tonto. You know, offices where they could maybe do their work at home. You see that a little bit lower ridership on those routes, But we still have people using and we still have the people who are using it who are most at risk of getting sick and dying from covered 19. These maps you see of where the outbreaks are are the worst happening in the city are Also the places where transit ridership is the highest. So if you think about reopening now, you know we've got this We've got by Friday. You know, Dining is going to be open again. You've got people who are going to be going. Toe work and getting places We're going to need that extra space to not only make people feel safe, you know, we need extra extra vehicles, extra frequency, but we also want to make sure that we're taking the precautions to keep you know the operators. The people who work for Metro safe so I feel comfortable taking it, But I wouldn't use it for a non essential trip just because I want to make sure that the people who need to use it are getting the social distance that they need and making sure that they can protect themselves as they have to go to work. Melissa Walker Urbanism editor Curved in a contributor here, of course, in greater L. A. Elissa as.
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"Is here. Elissa is producing. Thank you for joining us. We're talking about the high stakes. U. S. Senate runoff races. Voters are at the polls in Georgia today. President Trump was in Georgia yesterday, holding a rally. No one fights harder for the people of Georgia than David Perdue. David's opponent, John Ossa. Is an unhinged, radical leftist got a seven. He's not. He's not a senator, I got to say if if Trump were downhill skier Mark he hit every post and that speech last night. I mean, he he covered them all. Here is the latest polling out of Georgia. These would be the final polls right Trafalgar, which as a very, very good track record over the last two presidential cycles in state by state polling in Georgia, Trafalgar has also off at 49 per do it 49. Trafalgar has Reverend Warnock at 48 Kelly Leffler at 50 so left Lear's up by two and Purdue and also off are tied. According to Trafalgar, and then we've got the Fox five insider. That's the one that Kenny was touching on a moment ago. This is out of Atlanta, one of the TV stations there. They have all soft and produced tied at 49. They have. Wow. How about that to have Leffler and War noch tied as well? And 49 dead? Even You know, on the true value of pole ahead, Leffler up by about six points. Not too long ago, and now she's still up in this one, but down by two, so all within the margin of error, and any way you cut it, If believe the polls mark, this is gonna be Tight race. And do we even know a winner tonight or the days ahead? I don't think so. Part of it depends on whether they have a leak at the counting station in Atlanta, where they count the votes. They might have a plumbing leak there tonight, Right? Anything that they do? It could be days or weeks before we know the outcome, right? Well, they have plumbers on standby to fix leaks. Maybe that's ah, good thing we've heard. They've supposedly have thousands of poll watchers, right and they they check their credentials to see See if they've got their plumbing of trucks with him just in case. What's your gut telling you, Kenny? If you had to make a prediction now on these two races, what do you think's gonna happen? Oh, boy, I guess when I When I let's say if if we know tomorrow I will not be shocked if the Democrats win both I'm not going to be shocked if the Republicans win both of these. Yeah, I'd have to say I agree with that, and especially, it's hard to see how they're going to be split, right? I mean in these polls that lockers up by two and the other one's dead even It's hard to see It's either going to be two wins for Republicans or two wins for the Democrats. It's hard to see somebody going in and split in the tickets. Yeah, I don't think we'll see a split. No sorry with that. It's either go big or go home. Right? 51283605 90 tomorrow is that joint session of Congress where they will count the electoral college votes. And a long and growing list of Republican House members plans to object to several states electoral ballots just time back to our Georgia, the runoff race of Leffler. Has come out and said she now is going to join those senators who were going to have to look to de certify or or vote against some of the the votes that have taken place. She specify which states she will object to know she did not. She just said she was going to join. You know those her colleagues enough in that process on the House side, New York Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik Says she will join her colleagues and ejecting do certain states. She has six states in mind. And she says these air all states where the state and federal election laws were violated because Secretaries of state changed voting laws or governors did which contradicts what the U. S constitution requires, it says on Lee elected state lawmakers can change election laws and here's more of what she has to say. On that point. I have serious questions about the constitutionality of unilateral changes that were made in multiple states by unmolested bureaucrats. Secretary of State who circumvented state legislatures. And you did you see a report that it's more than 100 now on the House side? Well, I thought I heard Eject. I thought I heard a number of around 140 or so I can't cite for attribution source on that the one thing that I did read this morning mark. A couple of different places is there is concern amongst those And in the Senate and so forth that you know what's the endgame here? Where is this going to go? Even as they tactically maybe state by state object here and there. We know Cruz has talked about trying to have some kind of commission for 10 days and that but it seems like that's still a little bit squishy. At this point, If you will, the House members are very clear. On on what the end game is, they are on a mission to have this end up in a decision. By the House of Representatives, or to force it back to these certain states again to select a new slate of electors well, and you know the president last night, and there's even been others who have implied. There's going to be new news. There's going to be new information presented when these senators and House members object, and that's going to blow this thing wide open, so I don't know if that's just a tease..