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Buttigieg 'Joke' About Supply Chain Prior to Christmas Falls Flat
"It's hard to believe how incompetent and yet self righteous, this administration in this regime is. It is an awful combination of being deceitful, arrogant, and self righteous, and also incompetent. You combine those things together. You get Pete Buttigieg. And Pete Buttigieg, who, I promise you is not developed in a laboratory just to try to be a professional technocrat and bureaucrat on the behalf of the spokespeople of the tech companies. He does what he's supposed to do, you wind him up, you input the code and I am Pete Buttigieg, designed. Or the sole purpose of administering. Policy he makes a joke about how it will be difficult for families to get Christmas presents this year. That's mayor Pete, who's now the head of the transportation department, who literally have you ever drove through South Bend. It's like a war zone. You think it'd be like Dresden Dresden Germany after the firebombing is more potholes in South Bend, Indiana, then in some third world countries play cut 66. So holiday expectations management as we're looking at these supply chain issues. How bad are they going to get for Americans? And I'm talking specifically leading here into the December holidays where people are relying on getting goods on getting presence. Well, I think there's always been two kinds of Christmas shoppers. They're the ones who have all their list completed by Halloween. And then there's people like me who show up at the mall on Christmas Eve. If you're in that ladder bucket, obviously there's going to be more challenges. There will be challenges. And look, I think the I think Christmas, I actually think we actually might have one of the more satisfying christmases ever because I think the over materialism of Christmas is awful. So I'm a little bit contrarian with this, like they're gonna steal Christmas so you don't have toys. I actually think that it diminishes the true beauty of Christmas. That's my own, the best part of Christmas is family. And God and carnon Emanuel coming to the planet and understanding that. But I'm not going to diminish the fact that some 6 year old is going to have to get some Dollar General reused toy of some sort of 1994 like, oh yeah, we're gonna reuse this. Like, okay. So I'm not trying to make light of that. I'm not. But the over materialism of the Christmas season is always bothered me. It really
South Carolina's Confederate monument protection law upheld
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting south Carolina's Confederate monument protection law has been upheld the South Carolina Supreme Court has upheld the legality of the state law that prevents moving a Confederate monument or changing the historical name of the street or building without the legislature's approval but the justices struck down a requirement that two thirds of the General Assembly must approve a move or name change the ruling keeps the state's heritage act in place heritage act was passed in two thousand as part of a compromise to remove the Confederate flag from atop the South Carolina statehouse dome the rebel flag was moved to a poll on the capitol lawn but it was removed in twenty fifteen after nine black church members were killed in a racist shooting at Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston hi Mike Rossio
Dylann Roof Seeks Rehearing on Church Shooting Conviction
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Dylan roof seeks a re hearing on his church shooting conviction lawyers for dylann roof filed the petition Wednesday challenging the fourth US circuit court of appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the twenty fifteen racist slayings of nine members of mother Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston South Carolina attorneys for roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roof's conviction and sentence last month in twenty seventeen roof became the first defendant did the United States sentenced to death for federal hate crime groups attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing hi Mike Rossio
Death Sentence Upheld for Man Who Killed 9 in South Carolina Church Shooting
"Sentence has been upheld for the white man who killed nine black members of a South Carolina church. Dylann roof had appealed his sentence to the U. S fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. He was 21 years old when he killed nine people during a Bible study at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.
Charleston Church Shooter's Death Sentence Upheld
"A federal appeals court has upheld dylann roof's conviction and death sentence for the two thousand fifteen races slayings of nine members of the mother Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston South Carolina roof's attorneys had argued he should not have been allowed to represent himself during sentencing when he kept jurors from hearing evidence about his mental health but the fourth US circuit court of appeals in Richmond unanimously rejected the appeal and issued a scathing rebuke of roof's crimes the panel wrote dylann roof murdered African Americans at their church during their Bible study and worship they had welcomed him he slaughtered them he did so with the express intent of terrorizing not just his immediate victims at the historically important mother Emanuel church but as many similar people as would hear of the mass murder no cold record or careful parsing of statutes and precedents can capture the full horror of what roof did his crimes qualify him for the harshest penalty that it just society can impose on Ben Thomas
The Secret Bias Hidden in Mortgage-Approval Algorithms
"Likely to deny mortgages to people of color than to white people with comparable financial profiles, according to a report released this morning from the investigative news outlet, the markup. The team there analyzed about two million conventional mortgage applications from 2019. These are separate from the one subsidized by the government for people with lower credit scores. The new analysis finds that nationwide lenders were 40% more likely to reject Latina X applicants and 80% more likely to reject black applicants. Key suspect here, Bias built into the algorithms software used to guide the loan approval process. I spoke to Emanuel Martinez, Data reporter at the Markup who worked on this story, along with his colleague, Lauren Kershner. I found that people of color are more likely to be denied than their white counterparts even when they look financially the same, and those include factors at the lending industry said would explain them away. So for context, David, I've been looking at this topic for the last four years. I've been working with this data extensively in the first time around. I published this analysis found the same thing. Lenders told me that they weren't denying people of color because of their race. They were denying them because of things like debt to income ratio combined loan to value racial And now with this analysis, I have those two ratios. And I still find that people of color are denied at higher rates even when including those two important financial characteristics now I saw and you cited the American Bankers Association. He said. The data that you could get still had limitations, and they don't believe you've made the case that the system discriminates right there. Updated statement is that it's still about credit score and credit histories. But when the C F P B when the government looked at that particular metric, they found that when they hold credit score, constant people of color still are denied at higher rates than their white counterparts.
"emanuel" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Maybe you once kids are vaccinated or there's a view that a booster shot is gonna give enough protection especially older people will they're just being acceptance Or even bosses that are just going to say you know what you may come back to the office. you may get. You may even get sick. It's possible you may get sick but given that everybody's vaccinated. Hopefully there's not. You're not going to end up in the hospital. You're not gonna end up with worse outcomes. I mean how do you think that that whole conversation takes place agree agree. I think certainly the kids are the last year. But i think this'll be. This is not going away anytime soon. This is going to be us for a while. And people need to get back to work back to their normal life and so i think once people are vaccinated. It's gonna be a little bit and the kids can get back senate. It's going to be a little bit just like the flu. You might get it. You get a shot every year you might get it and you'll get sick for a couple of days and kind of go back to work and go back to it but people won't be dying. People won't be in hospitals. It's just to be part of our normal life and if we have a strain like delta and there'll be a period when they're wearing masks again in the office. I think that's gonna be the new normal. I think that's where we're headed okay. Jeff blau always get to get your perspective on all of it and we're in for new york boy. We were so new. york is in dead. And maybe neither is hollywood. Next unsquashed pod. We're headed for the rainy emanuel endeavour. Ceo they own the ultimate fighting championship and entertainment and why content is still king. The ufc is having its best year. In the first six months in the history of the sport every metric is off with a b sponsorship. International sales are over one hundred per cent each number. Kevin o'leary here money court is all about dispute resolution. Businesses have problems. I'm here to resolve them. Money with kevin o'leary new series wednesdays ten eastern on. cnbc tv. You're listening to squawk pod from cnbc. Good morning and welcome back to squawk box here and cnbc Joe colonel becky and andrew ross sorkin and us equities futures. This morning of feels like monday. Andrew for us It feels like monday on steroids. Monday for me. That's what i mean you're in here. I was out for. I don't even know how long. I don't remember how long i was out but i was out. I'm back now. All you people that thought i retired somewhere to say no no. I did not know most of them were like god. I hope you didn't and you don't have to worry about that. Google andy rooney. Who go andy. Rooney see when he left. Hollywood heavyweight endeavor out with its second set of quarterly results since going public earlier this year and everone's ultimate fighting championship and it represents some of entertainment's biggest stars people like dwayne johnson holly berry and matthew mcconaughey and while the company posted a roughly three hundred million dollar net loss it did raise its earnings and revenue guidance for the full year. Ceo our annual said that endeavor is firmly and uniquely positioned for what he sees is a strong second half of the year when when he can safely say that all of hollywood is hoping it can get back to the business of entertainment joining us. right now is endeavor. Ceo ari emanuel are a good to see you and i really big bounce back in the second quarter for all three major businesses. Yeah we raised our eba and we raised our guidance revenue guidance for the end of the year And so we're feeling pretty bullish right now. What happened. I mean we know pandemic down live events. There were all kinds of problems that came back from that. Are we back on normal footing at this point or is the delta variant. Going to slow things down again. Well here's what i'd say In two thousand twenty we did three point four billion dollars. We hit our numbers And we we raised are able to numbers for this. This quarter we raise some for the anna revenue numbers for the end of the year. We've actually all learned how to operate whether being content whether it be in sports representations our own sports like the inside The the delta variant and so from our perspective. We've taken this all under consideration and that's why we raised our guidance. On the second half of the year with regard to even and revenue. So we're feeling pretty bullish about our business. I think people are beginning to operate in the live events business with people having to get vaccinated in sports. People are understand how to put sports on right now which affects our img business or representation. Business our production business in the sports business and our gaming business gambling through in that business and also in the content business We've understood and and figured out how to create content inside the covert situation so we're feeling pretty strong about it. You said some really bullish things last night on the earnings call the when it comes to competition and talent you said. You haven't seen anything like this in twenty-six years. Why why is that. What's happening while. I think we've all learned how to operate inside The virus And you now have six super competitors whether it be disney soon to be um wanders discovery apple nets vicks amazon now paramount plus and they're all bidding as they said for content. They all raised their economics. And how much they're going to spend on netflix. Up to seventeen billion dollars. I think that's up about forty four percent and they all need talent to drive new audiences to their services and they've indicated that at the beginning they weren't able to do that that's why some of their numbers fell down but that his kind of increase the economics for content and for people that create contact with actors writers directors people behind the scenes. And that's a good thing for our representation business and for our own content and for that reason we're feeling very bullish about The marketplace and the bidding war has been insane across those platforms bidding war in terms for forgetting new content and getting new content talent. Everything so prices are going up and we've solved the economic issue recently on friday. We made announcement. We figured out the deal with disney warner brothers as you At put i think about twelve movies. Direct to consumer that were in their stable pre pandemic. They paid out two hundred million dollars back into talent so the economics is getting sorted out to and representation businesses a very big part of our business and that businesses actually grown. We've raised our guidance. This quarter and into the second half so we're feeling very good. You made a pretty bold statement there. There are some big changes that are taking place and how top talent gets paid and that's because as businesses moved to streaming The the deals have to be rewritten. So that they those top actors. Top directors aren't getting paid off the back end just from the The things that are shown in theaters. It sounds like there's still a lot of friction there. I know the deal with emma stone was just cut. But what about scarlett johansson. Is that a one off or are there other talent that are feeling like they kind of got.
New York Isn't Dead
"It was the headline struck at the heart of cities. During the pandemic new york is dead. Forever author investor james outdoors op-ed declared new york in a death spiral because quote businesses are remote and they aren't return to the office ended up leading jerry seinfeld to pen. His celebrated appeal declaring that new york. Sure as hell will be back so a year later. Who was right robert. Frank joins us with more robert. Good morning andrew jerry. Seinfeld's words still inspiring new yorkers year later with that hashtag. nyc is not dead and that of course was a response to all tutors. Op ed saying that. Remote work empty office. Buildings boarded up restaurants and hotels. Rising crime and high taxes would hollow out the city for years or decades. Now who was right. Well a year later on the residential real estate size that side that has rebounded sales more than doubling over the past year prices almost back to pre pandemic levels and do rentals having their best quarter in recent history. You look at restaurant traffic. That was down. Eighty nine percent a year ago from pre penned democ. Now it's about half of those prepaid pandemic levels. Mta subway ridership. It is improving but it is still about half what it was pre pandemic hotel occupancy now at around sixty seven percent that compares to about forty percent a year ago so improvement there as well. But new york's recovery future depends a lot on office workers and that is the big unknown. There was forty seven million square feet of empty office space in midtown as the first quarter and then if you look at rental rates they are down nine percent from a year ago a year ago only twelve percent of new york city workers were back in the office. Now it is twenty three percent and guys with the delta variant. We thought people would come back in right after labor day. Now we're looking at mid october. Maybe so until we get those office workers back until we know how many do come back. New york's recovery is still open to question
The Link Between COVID in Nursing Homes and Mail in Ballots With John Zmirak
"John. You're you're alleging in the previous segment that these blue state governors cuomo of course a number one but then murphy in new jersey and whitmer in michigan and Whoever is in connecticut and use that day and newsome in california that they they were aware somehow that's by sending corona virus patients into nursing homes. It would enable them to do these other things to take control. most coordinated. Yes on them. And how would that have happened in other words. That's hard you're out. Joe biden's chief. Corona virus advisor was. Dr ezekiel emanuel. The brother of rama manual. He was joe. Biden's number one guy on making corona virus halsey. He has said publicly. That people over seventy should not receive life saving medication because they had already lived long enough but life after seventy has no real value. Meaning he favors passive euthanasia for elderly people. He said he has no desire to lymph s. Eight seventy doesn't see why anyone else should them yesterday. Well yeah the point is way. Joe biden's chief. Medical adviser is saying the lives of people over seventy have no value that they're like sick sick pets at a kill shelter. Why should we be surprised when the democrats in a coordinated fashion dump corona myers patients in nursing homes. There's our math massive spike in death statistics. Then they use that. Massive spike to invoke emergency powers suspend their state constitutions and create mail-in ballots all worked together as part of an effort to use the coleman crisis as a pretext to render the constitution nolan
Biden Nominates LA Mayor Eric Garcetti for India Ambassador
"The White House has released some of its nominations for diplomatic posts including sending the mayor of Los Angeles to service the U. S. ambassador to India Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti got high marks for his leadership during the pandemic but facing problems with homelessness and rising crime in his city Kerr said he's been selected to serve as ambassador to India considered a difficult diplomatic post insiders say former Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel could be the next ambassador to Japan former interior secretary Ken Salazar would head to Mexico former state department official Nicholas burns to China president but is also nominated retired miracle on the Hudson pilot Sully Sullenberger to service the U. S. representative on the council of the international civil aviation organization these nominations would need to be confirmed Jackie Quinn Washington
"emanuel" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Emanuel ax on piano. And yo yo ma on the cello. They played beethoven's cello sonata number. Three in a major and they spoke with alex. Ross music critic. For the new yorker alex's most recent book is called wagner ism. This is the new yorker radio hour. Hope you enjoy the show..
"emanuel" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Dot com. That's go forward dot com. This episode is brought to you by progressive. Where it's all about savings in fact. It's an average savings over seven hundred dollars for drivers who switch and save quote today at progressive dot com progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates national annual average insurance savings by new customers surveyed in twenty any listener supported w in wiessee studios this is the new yorker radio hour co production of wnyc studios and the new yorker Welcome to the new yorker radio hour. I'm david ramnik of all the many reasons to be happy about the decline in covid cases. Here in the. Us one is definitely the chance to hear great musicians playing live. There's nothing like it but for a long time that was denied to us back in the fall. Two of the very best musician.
State and Local Republican Parties Are Turning Ever More Toward Trump
"January six dr day history of the united states cap president trump is spoken many times since we left office. And i don't know if we'll ever see. But i will always be proud of what we accomplish for the american people over the last four years in new hampshire this week downplaying his differences with president trump Over the course of their partnership president trump of course returned to the stage last night as well with that speech in north carolina. Talk about it on our roundtable. We've got rahm emanuel donna. Brazile wall street journal columnist jason ryan riley a senior fellow at the manhattan institute and author of new book. Maverick a biography of thomas sowell and former libertarian member of congress justin amash and carson let me begin with you. The new york times is an interesting analysis of president trump this where they call them diminished but dominating at the same time of course. He had to give up basically his blog this week. He's still has a hold on the republican party. You serve with a lot of republican members of congress. How do you explain it. What republicans do about it well over the last couple years. I've really seen it. Take off. When i first got to congress. I could see this nationalist sort of starting to swell and by about two thousand fifteen. It took hold of the republican party in in a pretty big way at first members of congress when donald trump took office were doubtful about him. They would make fun of them in private. They'd criticize him They'd insult him. Even i thought they going too far and i was a big critic of donald trump and i couldn't believe some of the things that were said about him and then around two or three years ago around the beginning of twenty nine or so. I saw people really start to shift and the party really became donald trump's party completely and that's going to be the way it is over the next few years. I don't think. I don't think we're going back to a different kind of republican party.
France's Macron defends restrictions policy
"France's president says he has nothing to be sorry about truth using to impose a third virus looked down earlier this year Emanuel across government who stressed the importance of keeping children in school businesses afloat the pandemic stretches into a second year he says he was right not to implement a lock down at the end of January because phones didn't have the explosion of cases that every model predicted a clone says he doesn't feel any remorse and route it knowledge failure currently France is facing surging infections the straining hospitals and more than one thousand people with the virus a dying every week I'm Charles the last month
Former contestants to replace Chris Harrison as hosts for "The Bachelorette"
"The bachelorette Chris Harrison, who was held the franchise from the very beginning will not host the next season of the show. Ah, stunner sure to have a major reaction and bachelor nation and beyond. This really has been a wild season. A major shakeup for bachelor fans, ABC Entertainment and Warner Horizon announcing long time host Chris Harrison will not return for the next season of the Bachelorette. Saying in a statement. Former bachelorettes Tasia Adams and Caitlin Bristowe will support the new batch threat through next season. High guy already Harrison is under fire for defending contestant Rachel Kirk in L already like completely falling in love with you. Kirk Adele sparked controversy when she liked photos containing the Confederate flag on social Media and pictures of her attending a plantation themed college party went viral. Harrison defended crocodiles. Actions to Rachel Lindsay, the franchises first Black Bachelorette. It's not good. It's not a good Rachel. Is it a good looking 2018? Or is it not a good look in 2021? Because there's a big difference ever the uproar pushing Harrison to apologize and speak out to GM. A. It was a mistake. I made a mistake. AM in in perfect man. I made a mistake and I own that The host was already forced to step back from this season's after the final Rose special with producers choosing former linebacker Turn New York Times bestselling author Emanuel Ah Chou to step in. I don't believe in cancel culture. I believe in accountability. I believe in understanding. I believe in growth. Now, the show's producers say they are supporting Harrison with quote the work he is committed to doing.
Is It Safe for Schools To Reopen?
"Zeke emanuel is the crazy brother of crazy rem. He is a doctor. You may recall. He wrote off a citizen's if he were here i would ask him if he had a problem with the policies that were put in place by cuomo and whitmer and pritzker and rudolf and all the rest of by putting covert positive patients in nursing homes. Since he had very inhumane take on senior citizens not that long ago. I wonder how old he is now mr producer because if he reaches a certain age by his own standards a drag on society but he was on the morning schmo show with willie geist which comes from jupiter island or jupiter florida which perfectly fine. Just don't be liars about it but they can't help it. So zeke manuals on there on the morning schmo show and this is how it went cut to go. Where are you on schools right now. I mean the story of new york and other places is that the ones that have been open since the fall or have phased in their opening have been incredibly healthy places. There has been incredibly low. Transmission rates isn't that sort of a case. Study that school opening has been safe and that it should happen across the country. I absolutely agree with you. Willie and i have been on this actually for months and months and months you can open school safely. The data are pretty overwhelming I have argued that we should put teachers at the top that they're essential workers That you can have kids wear masks. It's a controlled environment. You can space them off. You can have open windows and keep the ventilation going I advise a number of schools to do this. And it's been very very successful. So the data. The scientific data says open the schools. You have florida and some other states that have opened the schools. So you have real life data and yet fao. He's out there and we need to change her h hvac systems
Lyles, Murray lead Spurs to victory, snapping Knicks' streak
"The next three game winning streak is over after Trey Lyles scored a season high eighteen points and is chante Murray added seventeen and the spurs one nineteen eighty three blowout victory San Antonio had eight players score at least eight points Patty mills and Luke salmon H. each adding fourteen points in the spurs seven straight home victory over New York the Knicks had sixteen turnovers while failing to score one hundred points for the first time since a one oh seven eighty nine loss at Orlando on February seventeenth Emanuel quickly led York with twenty six points I'm the ferry
Colorado synagogue bomb-plot suspect gets 20 years
"Year old Colorado man will spend the next 19 years in prison for plotting to blow up a synagogue. Richard Holz er, a self described neo Nazi, has been sentenced to 235 months behind bars. After planning to attack Temple Emanuel Synagogue in Pueblo. He will also spend the following 15 years under supervised release. I'm
Emmanuel Acho will step in to host 'The Bachelor: After the Final Rose'
"For the live after the Rose finale of ABC is the Bachelor sports commentator and best selling author Emanuel Accio will fill in for regular host Chris Harrison. Stepped away a minute. Ongoing racism controversy until will sit down with Matt James the franchise his first African American bachelor to talk about the season, its final decision and his relationship status now This is ABC News.
Democrat Emanuel "Chris" Welch of Hillside, near Chicago, weighs in on Edward Guerra Kodatt's resignation
"To Illinois House Speaker Chris Welch says he doesn't know too many of the details behind this sudden resignation of newly appointed 22nd district, Illinois House representative Edward Guerra coded Welch told the Economic Club of Chicago that he found out just like everyone else did last night. I received a call from my chief of staff. Telling me that she had heard word that he intended to resign. And she didn't know anything more than that. Just wanted me to be aware. And this morning, you know, we were she word from the clerk of the house that he had indeed resigned. And honestly, that's all I know. But it was apparently asked to resign by former House Speaker Mike Madigan due to questionable
Former Chicago mayor could be tapped for Cabinet post
"White House insiders say Chicago's former mayor Rahm Emanuel, is the front runner to be president Biden's nominee as ambassador to Japan, but the move could trigger a fight from both sides of the aisle. Republicans have attacked Emmanuel's inability as mayor to curb Chicago's gun violence. But progressives 0.2 Emmanuel's rolling withholding video of the police shooting of Laquan
"emanuel" Discussed on KOMO
"From ABC News. If this week here now she banker George Stephanopolous. I'm fine with being kicked off of my committees because it be a waste of my time. You know who I am? I'm a very hard worker, and I'm proud of it. So now I have a lot of free time on my hands. Which means I can talk to a whole lot more people. All over this country. I'm gonna be holding the Republican party accountable and pushing them to the right. She said a green there, the Democrat Republican member of Congress who was kicked off her committee's by a majority in the Congress this week, all the Democrats plus 11 Republicans after a serious of statements supporting the Kun on conspiracy theory, even Suggesting the assassination of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. One thing we're gonna talk about on our round table with Sarah Isgur, veteran of the Trump administration, now political analyst for CNN and the dispatch. Straining Greer, professor of political science at Fordham University. Our team, Rahm Emanuel and Chris Christie and Sarah Let me begin with you. You just saw Margery Killer green. They're basically clean. This vote is a badge of honor. So what's so interesting is that Democrats traditionally would lose seats in 2022 because their party controls the White House. But somehow Republicans have managed not to deal with this in their own caucus allowed Nancy Pelosi to get every Republican on record. As either supporting or not supporting Marjorie Taylor Greene the ads right themselves in the next couple years now. What's so frustrating, though, is that this incentivizes this exact sort of extremism behavior. Republicans tried to do it with Ellen Omar. And now Democrats are trying to do with Marjorie Taylor Greene and we have seen these freshmen Congressmen come in, not hire legislative staff. They're just hiring communications staff so that they can continue to get attention and move further and further to the extreme. It's terrible for our country. It's terrible for our politics. And yet once again, we see it working really well individually for the parties. Rob you served in the house was. Is this president something Democrats should have been worried about what the president of I'm sorry, George say they got kicking and you're taking action to kick her off the committees because the Republicans wouldn't do it themselves. No. Well, first of all, they should have done it themselves like they've done with Stephen King. They should have taken actions before and the fact of the matter is, I think they should go farther. I mean, like the Senate with Joe McCarthy in the fifties century. I think there is no place no space for anti Semitism on for it to be espoused as an accepted. I mean, the fact of the matter is, it's not just the face of the Republican Party. That's a perception. This is a cancer in our society represented and you have 200 plus members of the House Republican caucus supporting that and defending it. Look. Two things that I think are really, really important. In our party. We had a debate in the primary between the revolutionary wing that wanted to big both things versus reformers, Reformers one and the party's behind them. You have in the Republican Party of battle between conservatives and people that believe in conspirator in conspiratorial theories and the conspiratorial theory, which is why Sarah's upset is winning. Back in the sixties, Bull Connor set the dogs on civil rights demonstrators a year later. Lyndon Johnson passed major civil rights legend, loose legislation and a debt and a generation later. That same party nominated Barack Obama. The Republican Party took a step back this week. Rather than deal with anti Semitism in their mitts. Ah person who has spouse ratios, racism openly. They actually embraced that person as part of the big tent. They are house Republicans. Step in. Yeah, the house is probably House Republicans mishandle it, 100%. Just because you can't have you can't have morals out call from or moral certainty and moral judgment when you accommodate people who take views that are totally repugnant to the moral space. Chris Christie did House Republicans with handle it. Listen, George, I just don't think it's someone who had a wife who was two blocks from the World Trade Center on 9 11 who? Both of us who lost friends.
"emanuel" Discussed on Coronavirus + Sports
"Joining me now is two time. World Cup Star. Two time gold medalist at the Olympics Fox sports commentator the first woman to serve as English speaking commentator in a man's World Cup in the US Allie Wagner Halley. Thank you so much for joining us. Yeah they'll be having the I've been so busy you have indeed and let's get into it for sure alley. Let's start at the beginning. What was the US women's national team doing in the run-up to the Olympics before Cova nineteen broke out in the beginning of the year? They actually haven't horrify for the Olympics yet after the World Cup among off in December but then they had the qualifying ended January and February. Then they had the. She believes cup where they're playing really high quality furniture they're playing England Japan In Spain and then we had some friends that were bucked that we obviously haven't been able to get to which was against Australia and Brazil but pretty good masters really good opponents. After yet qualifying rounds that was helping the team kind of ramp up if you well heading into the Olympics and now we're in that stall phase wherever one is Allie. How does the postponement of the Olympics? Affect the squad. It's actually fascinating question Because look no teams ever won a World Cup in gone back next year and one gold medal. We all know that and this team was really well positioned to do that. I think they were still kind of existing at that high but I don't think they're momentum will be stopped by this. There's a couple key pieces to that. One is Alex Morgan now. He has a year to get back from having a baby if she so chooses to try to make that a little bit spot so she'll provide more depth at the nine spot if in fact she can return form. So that's a bonus right. You have another player that you can pull in. That has a ton of experience as a weapon with lock getting another year to train and any year's maybe generous because we don't know how long we're going to be in these Shelter in place situations where we can't get out and train and compete so if the longer he has a manager is team. I think the better off. They're going to be able to implement his vision and I do think that he's. He's a really premier coach. That can take this team to that next level. Really get them ready to push the game forward to to be more unpredictable as they head into the Olympic so I think they can benefit from the added time but you know look around the world and look at Japan. Even though they didn't perform that wellness she believes you can see why what bap rim is trying to accomplish in. They have a lot of young players so you can look at some of the teams that are going to be in the Olympics and look at the younger wives and say they're gonNA benefit from this time to actually get these players more experience and more versed at the international game so I think Japan can benefit I do. Netherlands can benefit and England will be another one or Great Britain. Because that's how they should be on. Beck's you know with Phil they stalled after I would say the World Cup and now they have time to kind of go back to the drawing map and get some younger players brought into the fold that had been performing incredibly well and their w league but again it all comes back to what kind of time are we looking at. How long are we away from? The game with this cove. Ed So on the field we are familiar with their work. But off the field. There's the giant lawsuit against the US Soccer Federation do you think covert nineteen is affecting the momentum in regards to the legal battle. Aren't it's a really good question I would say isn't helped the situation you know. We saw the language that was in the law sues and they'd been made a massive statement in that she believes in sponsors are jumping boards saying this is unacceptable so there is a ton of like as you said momentum that was generated around this group of players the program so. I do think they lose a bit of that could I also think what is our goal at the end of the day? What is the team goal team scores to get this resolved to get the respect and and to get to a level that they feel comfortable with is almost gives a federation and amount of time to to maybe get together and come up with a resolution that works for both parties so who knows maybe the lawsuit was becomes irrelevant and becomes settled in his time and no one needs that momentum and the message has been sent? It's clear Ann Richards. Us soccer can come up with the right response. Let's shift to the NWS L. Much like MLB The League was about to prepare for the season in April. How has Cova in nineteen affected? The league were kind of goes along with your previous question. Riches Morente Games developing a ton of momentum after the World Cup getting a lot of attention because of his lawsuit these players were then going to go into the W. L. and I think a lot of is we're going to be on those those programs as teams and you're losing that so I think it's I think it's a big hit for the end of his cell. I don't think that something that's irrecoverable. You know but I do think pushing back the start avenue network they were. GonNa be honest and be on. Cbs and it was going to be a new platform for them to kind of showcase the talents in the league. So I do think that is is less than ideal but this is a this is resilient league and these have been resilient owners and they're going to have to use this time like we talked about the federation's who I better prepare themselves for. The short season looks like if it is a shortened season perhaps the benefit in his time from not having an Olympic break because we are going to happen Olympic. Break in the end of yourself season. Not GonNa have that anymore so so this is the time they can perhaps capitalize on some of that generated momentum from the World Cup nudity throughout the year. So this is something that we should be able to navigate. The other part of it is not. Everyone is an Alex Morgan or Meghan. Where Pino what happens alley to those players who are perhaps in the lower part of the player pool who rely on the income from their respective clubs. What happens to them? And how will they be affected? Really good questions you has i. I don't know what the Hell is doing n in the meantime to support their players. I haven't talked to the individual clubs. Those are going to be hugged decisions but the reality is you know those players don't make much money any rose so you're used to probably making ends meet right and and I'm not saying that's good situation. I'm just saying this isn't I don't think this is going to be a entirely unfamiliar situation for some of those players and hopefully the club is going to do what they can to support those players at the bottom of the ones that need it the most as we should be doing in our communities. If you can help you do that is what is going to be. I think getting his players through and and look. I think as far as you're talking about sustainable living riches obviously the preeminent focus but I think as far as the players in terms of developing during this time. This can be a really good tool for some about you know the the NFL League is is known as elitist fast transition. It's physical you can take care of those things that the the pace your strength all of that you can train those things on your own and the beauty of it is. You can train your skill on your own. You can find a wall you know you can find a small space. You don't eat a lot and so I think the players that need to focus on their skill can actually utilize time to their advantage and perhaps in the end were not immediately. We'll see some of the players come out better for it. You know. There's not a whole lot. You can do right now but the things you can do. You can do them all just as you mentioned resiliency. Is the key finally alley. You're also commentator with Fox sports talking about the game analyzing the game a lot of exciting things. We're going to happen for you and twenty twenty from your career perspective. How has this affected your own work? And do you miss the booth things coming up with you know? I was going to do my personality game. Obviously we're going to have a game year. It seems as museum Brazil on Fox and then the start of the season was coming so there is a lot of great things on Rizon. Ed I miss it. I Miss Traveling. I hate flying but I miss traveling. I missed on having some peace and quiet but I actually am loving this time to with being home with my family. I think it's the first time that I have been so boring to my life that I am not looking forward force. Something not thinking about accomplishing something. I'm actually as most people probably are just being and doing what is in front of me and it feels really good So I'm loving that that balance resets your soul to the certain extent and I I can less on edge although my kids would probably tell you differently so I'm more presence so I love that but I will tell you. I thought I was to get back to playing the piano more. I thought I was GONNA learn more French in our studio back in the analyzing different tactics of different managers dig in along the video. I've access to having time do that. But I did go back and watched Liverpool Athletico the home and away and I loved it. If anyone is a nerd like me go look at the two different ways that Liverpool try to get up at Medico. It's amazing I was like very fascinating very cool and to watch the way of shut them down. It was Allie Wagner two time Olympic. Gold medalist two-time World Cup player more than a hundred and thirty matches for the US. Women's national team commentator analyst. Thank you so much for joining us. The need for women's soccer to maintain strength and marketability goes beyond Kobe. Nineteen and the truth is it's down to the entire soccer world to take care of its community building from a successful world. Cup is an important narrative. But she's not the only threat to hold onto overcoming. The outbreak is the number one priority. But so is making sure that the women's game is a lot of time to flourish in the calendar. Last year the women's World Cup succeeded in spite of competing against two other male tournaments Copa Manica and the Gold Cup and the summer of twenty twenty one already looks oversaturated with the Olympics and men's European championships ewing this cluster. It's vital therefore to make sure women's soccer has its own time to shine whether we have endemic or not thanks to Dr Zeke Emanuel and Allie Wagner for joining me. Today we'll continue bringing you the stories throughout the Koran avars crisis if you like what we're doing please recommend this to a friend or family member and neither rating and review on Apple podcasts. It really helps others find a show. You can listen to Corona Virus and sports for Free. Wherever you get your podcasts. And be sure to subscribe or follow us for the latest episodes. Stay safe and we'll see you next time..
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"In this show. We provide you with topics that deal with the pandemic and how it directly affects the sports world. Our guests therefore are almost always stakeholders inside this world from athletes and reporters coaches and executives their members of this community given us their point of view from their respective sports. But today we decided to bring a medical expert Doctor Zeke Emanuel who can not only tell us the effects of Corona virus but also how society ethically handles it or rather should handle it and for sports fans who are desperately waiting for a club or team to it's important to remember the issues that come with rushing to a return to action joining us. Now is Dr Zeke. Emanuel Doctor Emmanuel is an oncologist bioethicists and a vice provost of the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author and editor of Ten books including brothers. Emmanuel and reinventing American healthcare. And he's one of the key architects of the affordable care act on a special advisor to the Director General of the World Health Organization. He has a new podcast. Cold making the coal which dives into the ethical dilemmas surrounding covert nineteen doctor Emmanuel. Thank you so much joining us. Oh It's a wonderful opportunity thank you. Let's get straight into it. Dr You've recently been advocating for the federal government to adopt an eighteen month plan for life to return to normal in the United States. What's the thinking behind that timeframe? So if you think we're really going to get the normal where normal is defined as pre cove at before cove it That cannot really happen until we have a vaccine available and that is by all expert Estimations mine included eighteen months. You need time for testing and evaluation of it. You need time for production. And then you need time for distribution and so that's an eighteen month position that doesn't mean we're going to be in shelter in place for eighteen months but it does mean that normalcy as we define it before cove including things like conventions sports games in big stadiums a religious services in megachurches. And you know school's back to normal and things like that. That's eighteen months so we need to plan between now and that period and there's a lot of things that have to happen and I'm just not quite sure that We have our arms around it now. Dr Being this sports illustrated I have to bring it to sports. What role to sports play in this motto? I mean obviously it could be a simplified question but in terms of a sports fan athletes leagues. What role does sports play in this Pacific? Eighteen month model. Well for a Lotta people. Sports is the real symbol. It's our sort of the litmus test of normalcy. Can I watch my team on television? Can I go to the stadium and watch players April seventh? I was supposed to go to the seventy sixers game against the Milwaukee Bucks. I really wanted to see that game. You know two of the best teams in the League and unfortunately it wasn't going to happen and so for many people that's a key indicator of is it normal so the way. I imagine it's likely to happen is you'RE GONNA. I have games that with fans and you're going to broadcast them. Even that requires a huge number of people. Right you've got to have the players the coaches and then you've got have all the recording equipment broadcast recruitment available. That's a large number of people even in a big stadium and to keep social distancing and keep norms making sure everyone who comes in is covert negative Making sure that Noel leaves covert positive Those are big challenges going forward and I think we're GONNA have to sort those things out. I think that's going. To be phased one face to is obviously. Can we begin doing it with fans the big challenge behind sports? Is You have tens of thousands of people in a stadium. Where you can't do social distancing or physical distancing and the consequence is fifty seven thousand people in a stadium watching a game that is going to probably be among the last things that actually comes back online Because we do have a vaccine I think having broadcast of events is gonNA come on soon and obviously there are different kinds of sports. Where can have the physical distancing a much easier than others? Tennis where people are far apart. Much easier than basketball and football where the crashing into each other. All the time so. I'm really interested to hear your take on this one from illegally the NBA. Where at the very beginning? Once they discovered Rudy Gobert testing positive. They did more of an active planning testing players You know your your podcast deals a lot. Just with the you know logistical aspects of of of what's going on medically but also ethically out. Did you see that when teams like you know The thunder or anybody else was just testing. Plan ahead of anybody else. I thought that was real leadership actually on the part of the team in the and the League. We have a positive here. We don't want to be responsible for spreading the disease either two other players or God forbid to the fans who have come to enjoy this now you potentially life threatening illness so I think the idea of were closing down the Sports League And we're going to try to get our arms around it and do this only in a responsible manner. I think that was A very impressive and you see everyone else followed suit because it was quickly recognized that the NBA had done the right thing. You know. It's not easy in the midst of a crisis to show leadership to take courageous decisions especially decisions that have literally billions of dollars at stake. But I think the NBA a showed. It was up to it and really understood what the consequences were as we speak this past weekend. The president had conversations with Multiple League commissioners including. Mlb The NFL on one of the things that he said afterwards in the statement was that he was almost hoping to the point of having the NFL back in September. And then the governor of California Gavin Newsom said you know. We don't see this a realistic expectation. What do you make of it in terms of people especially? Nfl fans thinking that the season could start as early as September again. Live Games with fans is going to be the last thing to come back and I think we do have this sort of I don't know what exactly to call it out of the White House You know there's a lot of hopeful thinking but I don't think a lot of realistic critical analysis of the situation So the president saying you know we're GONNA START OFF NFL. And then. September not going to happen and I think we just need to be realistic with the public is much better if you tell them realistically what's going to happen And what to expect? And Not Dangle out these hopes that you know almost assuredly I mean I ninety nine point. Nine percent of shortly at Inca happen my sort of mental picture of this as I'm sitting on airplane. What do I want the pilot to tell me? Oh we're GONNA be off in three minutes and then it takes an hour. No I want him to say. Here's what we have to do before we can get off the plane and here's why it's going to take you know an hour. I'm really sorry about it. Rather than every three minutes sort of Bengal ing. It's GonNa Happen and then me be totally frustrated by now. It is possible in September. We might have broadcast I. That's still a huge logistical and public. Health Challenge I don't want to minimize it and I don't want to guarantee that it's going to happen. But that's where I think. The League has to be thinking about it metro. I think fans have to be thinking about it. Would it be better way better to have broadcast games absolutely with no fans? Yeah is that optimal no we? WanNa have the fan experience. We have before corona virus. But let's be realistic about it. Let's not be you know having some false reality. I really enjoyed your airline pilot metaphor. I really hope every airline pilot in the US gets that one realism in a plane. Is definitely something I really wish for? Let's say one thing that you were talking about. It was about making sure sports fans. I understood the reality of what was happening. What message do you have to them? Who may be discouraged by the time of eighteen month? Timeline that you Have Been Stating Look. It's not me this is nature. I mean it's not like Zeke Emanuel Watts punish you and that's why I'm saying eighteen months. I'm just trying to be realistic so we can. All set are realistic expectations. It deprives more people than other time probably on the low end of deprivation you know. I don't own a TV. A not obsessed by but I'm related closely to a brother. Who is you know love? Sports watches sports all the time. He's totally pissed that he's not going to be able to see the cubs this baseball season. I understand the frustration. I really really do but I think we need to be a realistic and you need to recognize yes. We'RE GONNA all lose another year of games and you know we're probably going to have football comeback. Realistically Fall Twenty Twenty One. Maybe a little late. Maybe we'll have a truncated season in twenty twenty one. But that's what we have to look forward to. That's great know. It's not a lifetime of no games a year..
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"Rahm Emanuel makes his case the mayors make the difference in America even those who aren't running for president and the number of Hindu Americans is growing and as president trump prepares to visit India rocky is running into American political action committee says the roads are in play the select these are highly emotional topics in the sense that a lot of the liberal left within the Democratic Party it's taking I think the major service push more than the Americans away from the party and later Elizabeth talents memoir about the pressures of perfectionism in their life first we have our newscast it's Saturday February twenty second two thousand one live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein Democrats caucus today in Nevada to express their preference for a presidential nominee it's the third and most diverse states so far in the nation's primary process NPR's Osman Khalid reports here in Nevada Bernie Sanders is expected to do well particularly because of his organizational strength with Latino voters but a number of other candidates are in need of some momentum Elizabeth Warren had a strong debate performance in Las Vegas but thousands of people have already voted early and then there's a former vice president Joe Biden he's been insisting that he'll do better when the race moves to more diverse places well Nevada is a test of that it's a majority minority state caucusing begins at noon Nevada time Italy is trying to contain an outbreak of new coronavirus infections dozens of towns in the north or under lockdown and NPR's Sylvia put Jolie reports two people have died of the illness a seventy eight year old man died late Friday near pradal invented tell and a woman in Lombardy died today Lombardy governor Aqil Fontana said strict measures have been taken in the region Italy's financial and industrial powerhouse ten towns in an area southwest of the lan are in lockdown with some fifty thousand residents told to remain indoors while schools businesses and restaurants are closed and public gatherings including Sunday mass and soccer games are suspended better to governor look at science said the contagion shows the virus is transmitted like the flu you can get it from anyone he told reporters prime minister Decepticon to said the government is ready to consider further measures so people Jolie and D. R. news Rome U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres says five hundred million dollars is needed to address the humanitarian crisis in northwest Syria a Syrian offensive backed by Russian air strikes has forced more than a million people to flee NPR's Deborah Amos reports it's the biggest displacement in the nine year war trapped between the close Turkish frontier and the relentless push of Russian airplanes in Syrian troops civilians keep moving uprooted multiple times U. S. officials say a hundred and seventy thousand are living in the open humor has a Donna Syrian journalist based in the north west province arrived at a tent settlement after an air strike killed three and wounded twenty this week I went to one of these scams two thousand families eva quit to other line to leave all of the children and told the woman there was that was Tammy because more than two million civilians now need humanitarian aid it's an impossible job to reach those most at risk so the Syrian director for mercy corps a U. S. based relief group Deborah Amos NPR news Beirut this is NPR in Iran votes are still being counted from yesterday's parliamentary election early results suggest candidates affiliated with the hard line revolutionary guard corps are on course to win a majority more than seven thousand would be candidates had been disqualified most of them reformists or moderates Serbs who controlled part of Bosnia are now threatening to secede from the Balkan nation from Sarajevo Matthew L. geo reports the threat follows a controversial court ruling the Dayton agreement that ended the war divided Bosnia into two so called entities one mainly Serb the other predominantly Croat and Muslim the country's Constitutional Court ruled that some public land in the Serb entity is owned not by the entities government but by the federal government in Sarajevo this has enraged Serb politicians who claim the federal government is trampling the rights of Serbs in Bosnia the leader of the main Serb political party is threatening to organize a referendum on secession an alarming prospect in the nation still recovering from the war that ended in nineteen ninety five for NPR news I'm Matthew algae in Sarajevo the N. double ACP holds its image awards this evening in Pasadena California.
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"Quote today rom Emanuel thinks impeachment is going to flip the scent of blue does he have a point or is he whistling past the graveyard let's talk about it today after five John how will double the LSA may ninety welcome back this is the Ben Shapiro shows a president from pushed out as Middle East peace plan this week and shockingly they're a bunch of the Arab states that actually signal that they might be lukewarm to which is incredible because the plan essentially says that Israel remain in control of an undivided Jerusalem and Israel not be dismantling settlements in any significant way and that a Palestinian state could happen but only if the Palestinians demonstrate willingness to actually accept such a state an active in the boundaries of international law Arab states largely went along with this and the media's response to this was that somehow this was a failure by president trump joining us on the line to discuss all of this is doctor I know will leading intellectual an original think on matters of foreign policy she's a member of the Israeli parliament from twenty ten to twenty thirteen and have the labor independence parties which are the left wing parties in Israel and she and her and ID Schwartz is an Israeli independent journalist with over ten years experience in leading Israeli and international media outlets including ours both of them I think it is fair to say are members of the political left in Israel there also the authors of the book it's not out until April but I'd recommend the you pre order it now call the war of return I not an Audi thanks much during the show really appreciate it thank you so deductible phones are with you the president from releases the peace plan and the general reaction is overall least Luke warm positive from the Saudis from the Egyptians not from the U. A. E.'s from Qatar from from a wide variety of of their nations it was kind of a step an astonishing development maybe a recognition of realities on the ground that many of the western media who don't pay great attention this issue sort of refused to acknowledge already a great achievements on the line and it truly the response by several Arab country which express hold look at the plan as the basis for negotiations sure we did not sell to the Palestinian rejection of the plan which one now thousand con no it really different and I think it indicate our land sure our country are you ready to part ways with decades of Palestinian rejection is that she may have other interests we are interested in the closer and even more miserable and open cooperation with Israel and for quite some time now we were speaking of land that would allow them to have better relations with Israel while not appearing to completely abandon the Palestinian calls and sheen to offer them that kind of opportunity is so ID one one of one of the things that that has been sort of astonishing to watch for folks are sort of familiar with with Israel and Israeli politics as in the media coverage Israeli politics which seems to suggest that in Israel there is a widespread divergence of opinion with regard to Oslo that there is still a large group within Israel that is desperate to make large land concessions the Palestinian authority a Hamas if only they were not held up by by the evil in transition it's in yeah what what everything a prime minister Netanyahu it seems to be the case in Israel that the left and the right and the centre are very much closer together then certainly they were twenty years ago at the inception of Oslo and the world needs to understand that yes I agree I think with this plan these.
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"Then later rom Emanuel once said not on a crisis go to waste now you and I both know what happens to gold markets when you say have an impeachment a near war overseas an election coming up things become unstable god for bid we have more unstable news in our economy what happens gold go through the roof gold is at its highest it's been in I don't know how many years because people are sensing Hey there's trouble on the horizon or at least possible trouble we'll go line has a special going on their new eighteen eighty gold five and a half dollar liberties they are extremely popular for diversification and protection I have them I love them and there are benefits of collector coins and you can call them for all of the information on that these coins were designed to be used as money and for a hundred and forty year old coins there in excellent condition stop waiting to make a decision to protect your portfolio as things become more unstable this will become more and more out of reach get your it account executive on the phone now ask you about the eighteen eighty five at dollar gold pieces they're beautiful get him from gold line exclusively now for a limited time only eight six six gold line one eight six six gold mine take advantage of this offer now eight six six gold line or Goldline dot com Ukrainian officials said it this morning they are now considering a rush of missile strike is one of the several possible possible causes for Ukrainian passenger plane crash that happened shortly after the flight took off from trans International Airport last Wednesday a strike by immiscible missile possibly a corpuscle system is among the main theories as information has surfaced on the internet about elements of a missile being found near the site of the crash that's not going to go well Ukraine is waiting for permission from Iran to go look for missile debris at the crash site but Iran is there are no work clean and everything we will just send you everything they also said that the black boxes that belong to the plane had been damaged and some parts of their memory was losses according to a rainy and investigators the crash of the crane international airlines flight that was bound for Kiev on Wednesday raised concerns about Iran's transparency during the investigation around first blames mechanical failure but some of speculated that trans earlier missile assault on Iraqi bases housing American troops played a role all one hundred and seventy six people on board died the plane's black boxes were found amid the wreckage not from a mom Khamenei International Airport but Iran is refusing to turn them over to Boeing or the national transportation safety board quote we will not give the black box to the manufacturer or the Americans the Ukrainians are like okay given to us but for some reason they're not getting access to the black box either what's truly remarkable is the pilot had to know that they were they were going down and they were crashing and as they were as they were on fire in going down it looks now like this this heroic pilot steered that plane out of densely populated areas so he could do the least damage on the ground even though most likely knew they were going to make it yeah it was a I was really ugly scene almost impossible that it would be a coincidence that in the middle of a firing rockets all over the place that no this this plane just goes down without any it's certainly theoretically possible it was a coincidence but it would be a good day to be like the Alex Jones of Iran like your house at a show in just blaming everything on a false flag like that you got a really good argument on this one this is a guy yeah I mean it doesn't see him like I mean I don't know how good the cure chemtrails points would be that particular one I don't know what side you would take in that view the Alex Jones around what side would you be taking all your immediately saying that what didn't crash for for mechanical reasons there was there was fall right on that flight and they were shipping off the recipe to make all the frogs gay and they were gonna make all the frogs in Ukraine gay and we only wanted the gay frogs and so they shot it down well that's a great point two is not a front part of the Ukraine point to like every giant news story all in wager intersection in one like you could blame things their way of getting rid of X. Y. and Z. about Ukraine yeah I mean there were there were there were people on board that new and had indentation about Donald Trump and they made us look like with with like we shot it down but that was their whole thing they were waiting for coverage that guy was going back to Ukraine they had to tell him I mean that's that's solid I mean you hate to hear about terrible stories like this but this is what fuels the entire industry and I got assume there's got to be an Iranian scabby Arabian Alex Jones of their broadcasting all yeah call the toll nothing ever resembles well there's all yeah it's always that way it is a fascinating story though I mean the fact that that happened in the middle of all this you know you if you are if you're the Ayatollah and Eunice shows I think that they don't want war you know they are at least at the very least protecting themselves because they could easily have blamed that on the United States you got imagine ninety percent of the people in the country would have believed it yeah you know I mean like a you're in the middle of of you just had a boy who you apparently is the most respected person in the history of Iran if you believe the media everyone's out their morning is millions of people out there the fire back up some missiles for the retaliation which they claim he's killed thirty American soldiers killed zero in reality and then all the sudden of what your passenger jets goes down which is you know tied to the country that the president a nice this is currently being impeached over again they can make a case easily if they want to fire up the population to go to war what what what what what are you doing I mean now you just are you just try to be the odd jobs around it just seems to work for NBC well I think it's a good indicator yeah I think it is a good indication that they are not trying to escalate this and this is a lot because it is because of this message is sent for years and years and years we said if you do it by proxy and kill a few of our people will look the other way we don't wanna get in she went on to get you in trouble let's not get into arguments guys that was our position on Iran well what's happening green here we're gonna see a few billion dollars in unmarked bills let's just let's just be nice to each other president represented message of that's no longer the case right you even your proxies even if your name's not on it even if there's no flag flying behind the attack well if you do this because we know you're behind it if you do it we're going to get a major target if you kill our people they're going to be real consequences not the fake you think once we've been promising for years and years and Iran while still having to justify to the people on the street is reporting now saying that they actually alerted us before the attack came I told you that yesterday he knew that through Oslo in advance is two countries caught with Norway or Sweden and one other they're hotter I can't member the thirty changeable yes what you can say that because those people are white and so if you if you said that my gosh about another console world but you don't the idea being that the threat to meet me here is actually told us these rockets or missiles were coming we had our guys clear out up places where we were storing equipment so those buildings were hit I mean it was this show right in the show largely for the Iranian people to say we did something but they do not seem to ask like this any further it seems like they got the message again so this is what I think is what likely was saying today is very important that we going forward we make sure we do this the right way it seems to be very well aligned with what Donald Trump ran on what he actually believes he is stopped from stop the progress of military intervention many many times since he's been president has been very restrained on that front and so it does seem that all that stuff is aligned however up to this point forgetting what to what is going forward there's been a complete a plus for the president we have sent a message we took out a terrible terrorists who killed six hundred American soldiers and tortured god knows how many people in the region and the retribution for that was basically nothing basically nothing so far could it could escalate with their other groups that are proxies for Iran that are saying well it we see around at their event when a we're gonna get ours we may very well see more but this is as good as one of these things can turn out in the very short term so I mean I it seems like you don't know me in the press seem to care when it was been Ghazi when we did this in Libya under Obama and Hillary Clinton and you know Hillary Clinton everybody is this all these people because you know saying Hillary Clinton she what I was right she would have done this she's on record saying that she would have gone in and bomb Duran we came we saw the died yeah that's that's nice I know but I mean that this is a far cry three easier action than anything that trump is done in the number of strikes in Iraq without congressional approval between Iraq and Syria during your bottom instruction was twenty eight hundred to all my gosh twenty eight hundred attacks the only thing that's difficult different here is the fact that this guy was a high level union from another country it's legally justifiable we've talked about that before however like that's totally like I got cut off I mean the biggest guy you can talk about here he was actually the leader of the country and we were bragging about it on television yeah we we are a she was all laughing about his death any then Benghazi came and destabilized Syria when we got ISIS from it and you have to be careful because these things could happen it could happen it will happen here these proxy groups but that does this what what trump seemingly is saying is get your people under control you know what these proxy groups are you so if they do this you do this enter to see real consequences that is a different approach in a way this is this is this has been this is occurred over the years and it's hard to not see this as basically the best case scenario so far we've imprimer coming up next hour and he's not I would call the truck fan but he has said that almost exactly this is a huge win for the president and when you judge I think on its merits and you're able to say well when the president as good things it's good when the president as bad things it's bad you're not seeing and you're not lose jobs if you can get somewhere in between those two things you say that this was a huge win this is a really big positive for the president at least as it stands right now and if this is the message that the Middle East yes that you can't do these things or you will feel face real consequences that is an incredible positive I think what you're searching for I think what he said in his speech to.
"emanuel" Discussed on KTOK
"For now from Mike Emanuel chief congressional correspondent that fox news is with us from Washington Mike where are we on Capitol Hill with the impeachment inquiry interesting cordon because things really moved a lot last week I mean first you know we heard about there is an issue with the whistle blower then. she said that this was crossing a line in that you can start an impeachment inquiry and then really was so like you know that we saw transcripts we saw documentation we saw all kinds of stuff and now it feels like you know things could halt to certain degree and I and I wonder what the impact will be on public opinion because Congress is out for two weeks and so are we gonna hear as much on a daily basis is there going to be a drip drip drip of information the intelligence committees coming back on Friday for the first hearing but that could be behind closed doors and so feeding this story each day is going to be a challenge and I wonder what the impact will be whether will solidify public support with these lawmakers meeting with their constituents or whether it may slow things down parts of the congressional recesses this is one of being a good timing for one party or the other with regards to the story I think there are a lot of people were wondering you know on the Democrat side of things whether democratic leadership should have canceled the recess you know if you if things are moving and this is the way you want to go then maybe you should be here every day to kind of town the message and to highlight new developments if there are any and so you know I think there's some people who say if you had this thing moving forward such a huge issue in this country perhaps it was a mistake to leave town now we'll see we'll be watching the polls carefully to see if there is movement one way or another you know the president can be vocal nonstop seven days a week on Twitter and and perhaps on camera taking advantage of the power of the bully pulpit so I guess I'll be something that could be second guessed down the road speaker Mike Emanuel chief congressional correspondent at fox news so your reference that to one of the committees will start a hearing this coming Friday which right which from the news cycle standpoint is where things sometimes get buried because people stop paying attention to news generally speaking on a Friday afternoon and they have me all the. lives to live on on the weekend sure is it possible that this stuff gets lost in the shuffle of of disinterest because Congress broadly is not here a great question and and the other point is it's going to be in the house intelligence committee behind closed doors and so a lot of classified information and so the question will be what will even get out of it is a lot of time these lawmakers walk out of a classified setting and they're very reluctant to comment because they don't want to take any chance of spelling classified information now of course some things will be you know filtered in and week out over time but as you mentioned there's a Friday afternoon you know news top if you want to bury something in so how much will people grasp of it how much are people you know perhaps sick of it in some districts saying you know we did two plus years worth of the Russia pro collusion collision collision and here we go again is it is overload and so I think in some districts there will be but I guess the question will be you know some of these key states that will decide next year's election you know how are people feeling those places and so I think a lot of us make fan out to some of those places to try to figure out what they're thinking so these committees now seem to be full on diving into an impeachment inquiry what about.
"emanuel" Discussed on 790 KABC
"And make it happen for yourself okay Rahm Emanuel is warning the Democrats in the lead up to the debates tonight that they are running too far to the left which is obviously true it is obviously trim tonight is going to be that in spades I mean it's going to be a magnificent showing of that these folks are crazy these folks I mean first of all entirely white states a lot of white folks on that stage second of all they're all arguing with each other over whether tracks he was right or when it was right that's basically what what this is become they've got Kamel eight colors no wonder the state she she's tomorrow night with Biden tonight Elizabeth Warren versus Bernie Sanders socialist old people face off joined by P. booty judge was sort of like the fresh faced Cordy in the race getting all sorts of attention thank you kindly no support so that should be fine beta was gonna hang around the fringes and be weird and creepy yeah rock it is interesting help there's a fine line in high school between the guy who's weird and creepy and the guy who is underground and cool Beto Rourke seems to kind of spam that wine when he was running for Senate he was kind of off beat dark brooding cool and then you ran for president like he's weird number like one summer when he rents a nice cream truck in and sold treats at the back of an Albuquerque yeah actually did that guys that's the thing and then you ran around the country dressed as a sheep so so if you're looking forward to the debate tonight let me tell ya you shouldn't be also rom Emanuel warning the Democrats guys going crazy he wrote an op ed quote there's a reason from gleefully tweeted that's the end of the race during the first debate too often you succumb to chasing plotted on Twitter which closed the door on swing voters in Wisconsin Michigan Pennsylvania and Ohio if you win the nomination in a way that for closes a path to victory in the general election we will lose their name will go down in infamy says Rahm Emanuel Rahman is a hard nose guy remains a guy who said like drop dead tissues notice dead fish Emmanuel in Congress so he is not averse to battle round manual Emanuel said before our party promises healthcare coverage undocumented immigrants a position not even Ted Kennedy talk let's help the more than thirty million Americans were a single illness away from financial ruin said Ron Emmanuel trying to give them advice trying to pull them off the cliff and the Democrats like left wing lemmings just jumping right over the top right over the top good times coming up we'll preview this a little bit more plus president trump responds to all of the attacks on him is racist he says there's no strategy kind of like the joker in the dark knight it everyone's okay when there's a plan when there's no plan and it's all different president.
"emanuel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"To it why in the world should those people be paying for the free health care for undocumented illegal aliens and immigrants rom Emanuel in this case kind like EF Hutton when he speaks you'd better listen rom Emanuel now is about the make up of the Democrat party and to the population of the country and it's not Twitter yeah it's not the extreme wing of the Democratic Party but the Democrat presidential candidates think it is one of the reasons that they can't let gore Russia is Twitter one of the reasons they can't let go of the modern because investigation one of the reasons they can't let go of impeachment is Twitter Twitter has become a gospel to them Twitter to them is their base and Rahm Emanuel is attempting to warn them that it isn't okay to the audio somebody's gonna change from I will start at number one sins and given this enough time Frank seller today he was on the fox and friends eight fifteen this morning he is the C. E. O. of the tunnel to towers foundation with home we have ended up partnering over selling the stand for Betsy Ross T. shirts what we we have another twenty thousand order yesterday hi this is it's so far beyond what what we expected and so forth we're tracking down every sure that we can to be able to fulfill the use of the facilities orders nonstop don't get the wrong idea anyway he was on today to discuss we up the donation from two million one we can go to three million announced it yesterday and Frank seller was on fox to talk about that today does he said that rush was on our show yesterday was talking about how many people have opened their hearts open their wallets to buy shirts for twenty seven dollars any pretty much what every available tee shirt in the United States in size XL which is true we we now own every size X. L. in the shirt that we're selling they're not all printed yet but we've we've bottom they have them in stock here was one Frank seller Sam stand up for America stand up for Betsy Ross at the same time do good with your statement by donating because that money's been come into the tunnel to towers foundation we announced last week six mortgages paid paid off already because of that for his first couple million dollars to donate and now we have four great Americans they gave their lives for our country that we're going to start houses for their families and we're gonna have delivered by Christmas is a gold star families for U. S. army private first class Billy and this and his family US army sergeant iron block Zhou for his family and marine lance corporal Ross call.
"emanuel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In the business. My job wasn't to be light. That'll got us in trouble. My job was at the end. See appreciate that he was willing to do the tough things even when other people would have taken the easy road on the city's finances. I think he's absolutely right. Hang on to say this even though he refused to come on this program. And I think actually, the scores started when we when rich and I were working together at the at the other place, and we might have done something you kinda pimped him. And I think he's never forgiven. Probably true. Yes. He does remember things we introduced him to the guy who was the fake Rahm Twitter account. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Twenty two cable cruise for Reich were there to watch the meeting of, of ram and fake Rahm guy from Twitter. And it was just not just a moment. It was I've never had more cameras in a studio. I out of the way I'm co hosting the show. It was nice didn't like that. No, no. I think he expected to go differently. So the point is I will say this. He did a good job. I think Rahm Emanuel was a successful mayor of the city of Chicago and all sort of personal and all those other kinds of things aside, just as a professional who watches and covers this stuff and for lifelong Chicagoan I appreciate his service. Appreciate what he did for the city and you never doubted his heart that, you know, of course, not true cared about this city. I don't really doubt the there's only one guy down the heart I've ever who is in the team Sawyer because he didn't want the job in the first to be dragged into the chamber and sworn in. She grabbed his heart at one point city council meeting you. Good man. But he did. He wasn't good man. Job. But I think that Richard Richard J Daley. Richard m Daley Jane Byrne cared about the city, very Fisher herald Washington for sure, cared about this, all of all, you know, I think this city Michael ballistic one hundred percent. Sure where that, would, you know what that was all about either, but Brahma manual. Thank you for your service to the city. It is appreciated by this program, even though you don't appreciate this program. Thank you. All right. Checking in at number four. Now, woman says that skull, alderman ruined her reputation. Pro Jo you never remember him. Remember this whole thing. Charged. Yeah. This week he's been charged now with filing a false police report, and, and maybe not exactly being completely honest in his when he was talking to the insurance company, and shrimps companies, don't like that they would like to prosecute you for that. Well, this woman is Lilia Khabar. She was pulled over while driving the car. She says that the alderman loaned it to her. She's a thirty five year old mom and insurance broker charged with stealing the car, but investigators on text messages that show that the alderman knew that she had the car, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, but she is not happy. He knows told me.
"emanuel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Then his other brother helped the healthcare law is a prominent voice very successful. Doctor right. All see him on the news all the time. He says things that really freaked me out to he's been lately because obviously Healthcare's front and center as we move into twenty twenty in all the candidates like Bernie Sanders, come up with their plans. He did he did publicly ponder the notion of of everybody taking their life at the age of seventy because nothing's worth living after that. We can't afford you anymore. It was that that you know. I gotta tell you that. When I when I saw that debate. It wasn't it wasn't like you saying it's a good idea saying, it's an idea. But the idea just throwing it out there spitballing, wait a minute. Is that right? But so anyway, congratulations. I should say this. Congratulations to Rahm Emanuel. You did in some ways lead the city a better place than you found it. And I think as as Chicagoans we appreciate that. I want to just say that to him. And now. Go off and scare someone else. Three to one. But first, let's check in with Andrea and find out although Andrea looks like there's a crisis in the news chair right now, she looks like roms brother making deals wheeling and dealing right now on the phone. Maybe it's on the phone with her. Did I say they're calling you to they're calling the newsroom who is Roe Conn. And why is he on my radio? Aytac enemy. Yes, we're talking to you. What was coming up at the top of the let me ask him since. I'm gonna use your last newscast. No, we'll tell you all about the Lincoln yards and the these seventy eight moving forward as well. All right. Thank you Laurin. Well, things overall looking good right now just seeing some south and go traffic north and south on lake shore drive inbound on the Kennedy near Montrose. Inbound on the Eisenhower near Harlem and outbound on the Dan Ryan between fifty first in ninety fifth were union in Paris ends up. In Paris, Texas, nowhere, stay at Hampton by Hilton with over twenty four hundred locations and free breakfast at Hampton dot com. For personalized traffic on demand. Get the Traffix Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg, just search T R A F F, I X Chicago from the life or death Illinois dot com traffic center, I'm Lauren laptop. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents soon. You'll have a separate fridge in the basement or extra.
"emanuel" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Yeah. You like I do like, well, it's good for the first seconds is freaking boring. You're very wise men in German, and what is this thing? Then what does that thing? That's the thing that to what is I think? It's a name. I think Tableau. Nothing like a drug that Indian. Drugged up British guy wanting to be an. Yeah. Very love it here. On the whole nine John, Lennon disturbing and everything. When they decided to leave and nobody else wanted to tell the Maharishi. So they don't John do it. It goes. Well, if you're so cosmic you'll know why? Well, he was hitting on their chicks wasn't he? Well, he was hitting on the I think it was Mia Farrow sister. She was there, and she wouldn't come out of her bungalow. I bet you would. And and I think the Maharishi took a big interest in issues scared to death of the Duke, probably. Yeah. And so George goes back to England, and let's air Clinton Steelers woman. So I mean, come on what is your clapping Indian? Guitar gently weeping anyway. Friends. I know I can't believe that. We'll she's not mine, really. You just a possession. You can have you know, that's friendship pick payments on it. You didn't have you want? The why go right ahead. Unbelievable. Anyway, Rahm Emanuel need. This was too good to be true. Rahm emanuel. You know, he was going after juicy smell it, you know, and making all this stuff. Well, now, all he's changed his tune. So they've gotten to Rahm they've gotten around. What are you doing man, what are you doing? So now, he's accusing of course, Donald Trump of creating a hate filled environment in which juicy smell at thought that he could take advantage of a hoax about eight gripe. So now, it's Trump's fault. The juicy was doing this. He said the Trump contributed to a toxic vicious cycle pointing to the president's remarks about the two thousand seventeen Charlottesville rally where there were fine people on both sides. There were good grief. How many times we're going on what he was talking about the people who were protesting against taking down Robert E Lee staff. Wasn't talking about the Tiki torch idiots. Good grief says the only reason that jussie smollet thought that he could get away with this hoax about a hate crime is because of the environment President Trump created. So this is Trump's fault. Now, Rahm Emanuel said that Trump should stay out of this responding to the president's announcement on Twitter, the Justice department, the FBI would review smallest case. This is a president that drew a moral equivalency between people who are trying to perpetuate bigotry and those who are trying to fight back. No, he did not this has been. I mean, this is just crazy. How many times these people go? Well, they'll stay because they think they can get away with it. It is not true. But here's why the FBI is involved. Does everybody understand that when you send a threatening letter through the mail that becomes a federal crimes thereby understand this? Well, that's juicy smell. It did do himself a sent himself a threatening. Letter and that was the pretext laughing juicy smell it. I mean, he's a great name. Anyway. Well, the first day of the reason I say this because the first day this story broken. And no this guy was and his name. I said what's this guy's name juicy? And they said, no, it's Jesse. I said Jesse what kind of name is justly jesse's girl, Jesse. And which she had just so just so I just stuck with juicy. And then we go juicy smell it. Great name. It is a great name, isn't it? Anyway, so Rahm Emanuel apparently after going viciously after juicy small it a smell it got a bowl or a whole raft of garbage from the left. This is his Trump's fault. So this is Trump's fault. This is Trump's fault know everything's Trump's vote prize now Reagan's volt. They stop beating on that poor man, and then it was Bush's fault. And now is tripling Trump's will. Say smaller who was black gang. We need wolf Blitzer Blitzer there. So black and so gay you remember that after yesterday's Jesse? So blackened blackened so gaming Ataman. I mean that just has to go out for you, your heart just breaks for these people because they are so poor. And so black. I mean, you look it up. Will you look it up? Look it up on YouTube wolf Blitzer Hurricane Katrina so poor. So black look it up. We'll we'll we'll put it on. We have the we do this from time to time. We'll put it up on the website for you to Phil Valentine show pro because people don't believe it. My wife didn't believe it till I played it for. She said. Why would why do we not hear about this? I said why did we not hear about this? This is CNN. Of course. Nobody's gonna hold them accountable for crying out loud. You got it. Let me ask you folks, if I were doing commentary on whatever whatever I mean, you'll be a flood. It could be a hurricane. It could be anything. And I'm looking at the videos. Well, I'm just looking at me and look at all these black folks there so poor and so black. What would you folks think you think I was a the wool races? And I would I'd lose my job. I would be tarnished forever. Wolf Blitzer says this during Katrina, nothing happens. I just have to. Say I mean, you know, it's just really sad. These people are so poor. And so we'll play it for you. In a second. I'm gonna find I'm gonna find it. And we're gonna play for Luther is going to play it for you. Well, we got people wanna champ we'll type chat with you six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six we're back right after this. From the Genesis diamonds. Traffic.
"emanuel" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"I I mean, I think clearly we're having this conversation about our Kelly. There's another article this week in the New York Times about another musician. And so there's a conversation being had. I just think music is probably a bit more decentralized. And so I think sexy, it's a sexy thing. All around think. Our Kelly case the reason why ignore for so long was because the victims were pretty powerless, and they didn't have running speaking for them. And so that's really why spoke up I have friends who are activists that. We're speaking out for those victims and a lot of people were ignoring them and the guy who wrote out in Chicago, we say, I learned the white guy. Right. And he was like I learned that black women are the least value women in society because when I was writing about this. No one cared. No one paid attention. So these victims didn't have the power. They didn't have the standing to get there. Get attention paid to to what happened to them. And so it was good that this documentary and proper attention to. Can we still play our Kelly at a party without be wrong? If I. I don't play me. Neither. Absolutely not out of my ipod. Checking your ipod on the list. I know even that's. But I still like it. So what about the governor of Virginia? I asked Rahm Emanuel. And we talked about it last week on the show, Malcolm Nance was here. And he said, you know, if you're going to talk about black outrage, maybe you should ask some black, folks. And I think those the status sided with rum. Fifty eight percent of African Americans in Virginia believe he should not step down, your feelings, your feelings, your feelings, your feelings. I think black people are shocked when we find out that folks, you might have done something like this thirty years ago, we're probably the least shocked, right? A little bit more pointedly because the conversation I was just visiting my friend who lives in Virginia and our conversation was like why people think black people trust them. I mean, it's our litmus test is we don't trust you. So we're constantly waiting to see if you're going to do what you said, you were going to do in this case in this case, I think that's part of why you see fifty percent of black Virginia's saying wintrust in the first place to John's point we want you to make good on what you said you were going to do which was eliminate voter ID discriminates us against in terms of our ability to vote disproportionately that you were going to do criminal Justice reform in the state of Jinnah. In other words, we want you to make good on what you said you're going to do. And we're gonna hold your feet to the fire. I also think it is absolutely right for black people to be outraged. It isn't because he wore black face in that photo or the Klan costume..
"emanuel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"But this is Massachusetts. Left wing state. So the likelihood is whoever succeeds him will also be a democrat will support ObamaCare. Oops. A Republican won in one of the reasons. Scott Brown won that race. Because even the citizens of Massachusetts felt that ObamaCare was too far. At that point Obama, very practical. Decided to call in the dogs. Rahm Emanuel, his chief of staff also felt that ObamaCare was a bridge too far, and he was willing to reduce the planned substantially the reason that didn't happen. The reason we ended up with ObamaCare is because of Nancy Pelosi. Nancy Pelosi told Obama to buck himself up. We can get this done. We'll figure out a way don't go small go big or go home. And that encouraged him and encouraged some of the other Democrats, but for Nancy Pelosi, we don't have ObamaCare and she stressed with him that not fulfilling a campaign promise would be a huge problem for him going forward. Why is it any different with President Trump one of his signature promises was to build a wall? He doesn't do it. He's a loser. Nancy Pelosi believes if we exceed his demands. He'll be able to walk over us all the time. And that's where we are. Right now. But pelosi. Among other people above probably anybody else would understand the pressure politician is on to fulfill a campaign promise. And what happens if you don't feel fulfill that campaign promise, and sometimes you have to persevere to fulfill that campaign promise, it's exactly what Donald Trump is doing. Donald Trump has taken the same advice. Pelosi gave Obama. Buck yourself up persevere, we can get this done that we have to pass the Bill. So that you can find out. What is in it? The trashing of Stephen Miller is interesting, isn't it? I think they're trying to make Stephen Miller the Alexandria Cossio Cortez. Other Republican party. Rick Wilson is a Republican Trump hating strategists who often appears on CNN, and he suggested that there was sexual frustration. Motivating Stephen Miller, I'm not making this up at some point. Stephen Miller's hand appears in every immigration deal. Exactly. This White House has said remember CNN, the MSNBC the Democrats offered him twenty five billion dollars for a wall, DACA. And president Miller decided that wasn't going to be what are you president Miller we heard that wanted and there's there's something deeply wrong with who knows? Who knew we already have a Jewish president. I won the Miller, I think we can all acknowledge that. And maybe someday you'll have a relationship. With a live human woman. And this guy won't something will straighten out. Someday who have a relationship with a live human woman and that would make him less harsh on immigration. I guess Miller decided that wasn't going to be what he wanted. And there's I mentioned he's a Republican strategist named Rick Wilson. There is something deeply wrong with even Miller. I think we can all acknowledge that. And maybe someday you'll have a relationship with a live human woman. And this guy will something will straighten out anything that he's going to continue to be in this bizarre. Mike hostility picking on Stephen Miller who happens to be Jewish. She on the other foot guards pulling out the race card or the anti semitic card or something. Anybody who's like? Who comes to this wants to come to this country? What is his views have to do with him being sexually frustrated? Is just demented. And Senator van Hollen? Also took a shot at Stephen Miller have that for you. When I come back. And the way the media trash these Covington students and.