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Rhode Island lawmaker calls Parkland school shooting survivor "dummy"

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01:20 min | 3 years ago

Rhode Island lawmaker calls Parkland school shooting survivor "dummy"

"Restaurant jim ryan abc news nashville wbz news time to fifty one of rhode island lawmaker says he is sorry for calling a school shooting survivor a dummy he called her that name after her response to our separate shooting that killed four people at a waffle house restaurant in nashville but republican state representative mike chippendale says he he will not apologize for zealously defending the second amendment his words chippendale responded yesterday to emma gonzalez she's a parkland florida shooting survivor who's now an active gun control activists on twitter gonzalez said reports that an unarmed man took the shooter's gun away is evidence that teachers do not need guns to protect students while chippendale responded that the man hunt might have been avoided if the man had a gun and quote the entire region wouldn't be on lockdown dummy end quote he later deleted that tweet a woman in north carolina is being accused of filing nearly three hundred insurance claims for cancer even though she wasn't sick the north carolina department of insurance says that sixteen year old susan hugh bader is now charged with insurance fraud as well as obtaining property by false pretenses of more than one hundred thousand dollars he bought her submitted almost three hundred counselor and hospitalization policy claims there were all frontier.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"By that silence one of the we all know the names of emma gonzalez and we know david hoge but there's a set of twins zion and say you're kelly right about them a little bit they one of them spoke at the march because his brother his twin brother was a victim of gun violence and they are from southeast washington which he wrote about we have a little bit of a clip of zion describing his brother who was running for your class president and was had been attending a college prep session one evening and let's take a listen i was in contact with zaire while he was walking home texting and calling them all through the night about twenty to thirty minutes went by became worried because the walk alone doesn't even take thirty minutes i left my room to ask my mom where he was until i saw flashing blue and rail lights outside my window to my parents there were police cars and an lands on our street rushed outside discovering that it was also timber twentieth a robber with a gun was working on my street for hours on my way home he attempted to run but iran though he had an ankle monitor on he was supposed to be monitored by the police who was still able to attend a gun illegally lurking my streets and take my brother's life you start my brother in the head it will be a to the hospital he was pronounced dead there were so many powerful stories from that day young woman edna chavez talked about her brother being killed by gunfire in.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Going online and certainly yell about this kid and criticize him especially because of what he's just been through you know like i don't understand these people like you know what what brings them to think to himself like yet it's a good idea to spend might like erik erickson looks like obsessed with fucking everything that david hogg says and does you look at his twitter feed and like it's all about david hog all the time like what is the weird of session with these high school students you know i just i don't understand it there's an important point you make about this kid kyle which is it is okay like you don't have to pretend to agree with emma gonzalez or cameras david hugger anyone like you can have their and should be a debate about their points they have inserted themselves into a national debate and they are not immune from criticism or disagreement about what they're saying they are in the arena that is fair and that goes for people on the other side as well but it takes a special kind of asshole to decide that the way to respond to that is not substantive but you try to tear them down why we have trump that is exactly there is a there is a market for being an asshole in the republican party and these people are responding to the marketplace there is a sickness and it is a sickness that is a much more prevalent on one side right now one interesting reaction to the march came from a retired supreme court justice john paul stevens who wrote an oped in the new york times calling for the repeal of the second amendment this lead donald trump to tweet in all caps the second amendment will never be repealed and then chuck schumer immediately said that's not the democrats position repealing an amendment constitutional amendment requires a twothirds majority vote in the house and the senate or a constitutional convention called by two thirds of state legislatures ten how likely is this to happen.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Photoshop of emma gonzalez tearing up the the shooting target that which is photoshopped to be the constitution could not be more apropos let me tell you something if this generation of kids wants to tear up the damn second amendment they will it's up to them i'm tired of this idea that guns are like the sun they just come up in the morning if you like you need sunscreen you need gun screen guns are not part of the ubiquitous part of nature they are something that we use we can do that we want with them and this is the generation it's their constitution and their future point one thing out real quickly here ironically there were in high school where i went to school in the volume michigan there was a plaque on the wall and the entrance of the school of eight young men who were killed in vietnam between the years nineteen sixty seven and i think nineteen seventy i called this morning black is still there i thought you know what society's become in one day last month more than twice as many kids were killed school not in a four country on the other side of the world where fifty eight thousand other people were killed this is this is why paul i take this so seriously you know my generation i was i was you know of draft age in in during the vietnam era and and my generation said hey wait a minute our countries trying to kill us basically you know they the fifty six or fifty seven thousand americans died in the vietnam war not to mention two million vietnamese our is trying to kill us we're not gonna take this anymore and and i think that you know without the protests i think the vietnam war would be dragging on just like iraq and afghanistan would have become a permanent feature permanent moneymaker for the military industrial complex but but we said no we were we were being killed now we've got another generation of kids who are being killed and they're saying no and i think they're going to be as much of.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of that parkland shooting survivor emma gonzalez ripping the us constitution up it went viral on social media the tweet gathered fifteen hundred re tweets about three thousand likes it was a fake she was not ripping up the constitution no it was from video that she did where she actually tore up a target like shooting target but it was a large piece of paper and somebody superimposed an image of what looked like the constitution on there to make it look like she was ripping that up it's it's one of those things that is clearly a fake if you've seen it and you have a half an eye for this thing you could tell that it was fake but so many people want to believe this bs that is shared over and over again this this goes back to when she and david hogg were accused of being the actors that would go around and take advantage of politically sensitive events in an attempt to push one particular political action this is it's frustrating there was a one actor a guy named adam baldwin have never heard of annoys an actor his verified twitter account he tweeted this animation to quarter million of his followers and i can't i don't i don't even know how many of them actually believed that that was a real thing but they're gonna pass it on and you know and they're gonna accuse this girl once again of being some sort of political hack because she wants to tear up the wants to tear up the constitution which is fake i mean it's not real number the eagles of death metal they were on they were on stage in november two thousand fifteen when that attack happened at the bar at the paris theatre jesse hughes is the frontman of eagles of death metal and he shared that photo shopped image of of emma gonzalez on instagram calling her the awful face of treason according to the guardian know if i'd go that far he penned his tirade in the caption of an instagram posted marks gun control he says obviously full tongueincheek here obviously the best thing to do to combat chronic abusers in disregard of the law like the law against murder is too dot dot dot pass another law genius but before we passed this law we're going to denigrate the memory and curse ourselves by exploiting.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on Here & Now

"It was one of the largest single day protests in the history of washington dc hundreds of thousands of people demanded stricter gun laws at the march for our lives rally on saturday i v shameless was one of them and we're going to hear more from her now she's been a social studies teacher at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida for seventeen years and she was teaching about the history of the holocaust when two students were murdered in her classroom ivy thank you so much for coming on to speak with us i know this is still a very difficult time but i i appreciate you taking the time to do it thank you and what a weekend how are you feeling i feel i feel i still feel sad i'm sad about the whole event but i am i feel hopeful from this week in the weekend was incredible and i just feel very rejuvinated in very very inspired by the students and the and everybody that was marching from every walk of life from every corner of the united states is unbelievable and there were so many memorable moments one of course six minutes and twenty seconds of silence from emma gonzalez student at the high school during her speech she said it was the time that the gunman took to kill seventeen people what other moments specifically stood out to you well emma gonzalez was a student of mine i had her entire freshman year i also have her in holocaust class although she was not in the holocaust class that was shot into she her speech all their speeches were very powerful but the part where she said all the names of our seventeen fallen angels and she said they will they will never and they will never anything because they're not with us anymore and we need to do everything we can to make sure that no one forgets them so they will never was a very powerful moment for me and also several students that were in the class were on the stage i had a lay at eastman who spoke about what happened that day and samantha went is and she was so poised and she had thrown up on the stage and she's still got up and was able to continue her message which i'm incredibly proud of her we actually have that tape let's listen to.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on KOMO

"The top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center time will tell whether rallies nationwide yesterday have any effect on the fight over gun laws but rally attendees were encouraged to register to vote ahead of important midterm congressional elections abc's karen travers attended the main rally in dc the most powerful moment was silence stoneman douglas emma gonzalez reading the means of her classmates were killed last month and then pausing to wait until six minutes and twenty seconds passed from the moment she took to the stage the same amount of time as the massacre in her school fight for your lives before it's someone else's scout the rally was planned as a response to the parkland florida shooting that killed fourteen students two coaches and a teacher karen travers abc news washington state subsidies also had countered protests with flagwaving gun enthusiasts rallying in other news today a forty eight year old man was taken to a local hospital saturday night after a hit and run in pacific county washington state police said the incident happened around eight thirty when a pickup truck hit the man who was walking southbound on state route one oh five at logan road truck then fled the scene it continued southbound the extent of the victims injuries is unknown at the time the investigation is ongoing tukwila police want the public's help to find two suspected thieves who were caught on camera stealing packages from a home on friday the video shows the two leaving the home in the fifty six hundred block of south one forty four th street they were in a silver four door early two thousand honda civic if you haven't any information you're asked to call police belleville bellevue police are reassuring the public that last week's fire at a mosque doesn't appear to be a hate crime it was the second fire and thirteen months at the islamic center of east side last year a homeless man set the building on fire police believe the fire was started this time not because of hate but because someone was living in the mosque as it sat empty a reward of one thousand dollars being offered for anyone with information and one person died in another person was injured after a vehicle hit a utility pole it ended up on its roof entangled in a.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on KOMO

"Center i'm jeff pohjola time will tell whether the rallies nationwide saturday we'll have any effect on the fight over gun control but rally attendees here in seattle and elsewhere encouraged people to register to vote ahead of important midterm congressional elections abc's karen travers has more from dc silence douglas student emma gonzalez reading the names of her classmates and then pausing to wait until six minutes and twenty seconds passed from the moment she took to the stage the same amount of time as the massacre in her school fight for your lives before it's someone else's scout the rally was planned as a response to the parkland florida shooting that killed fourteen students to a teacher karen travers abc news washington where convicted sex offender who attacked a woman jogging in seattle park will spend the next three years in prison gary steiner pleaded guilty to secondary assault with sexual motivation police say last marci hid in a bathroom at golden gardens park and attacked and beat a woman when she entered after serving three years officials will review this case determine whether he can be released on parole the long test of the long task of clearing the north cascades highway starts tomorrow the crews will begin clearing highway twenty from the west side and diablo then in early april crews from the east side in missouri will begin working there the tube eventually meet in the middle there is nine feet of snow piled up in some places the process usually takes about four to six weeks in an odd one for a seattle police officer a suspect in custody in the back seat of his cruiser was able to set the car on fire police say he was managed to pull out electrical wiring sparking the blaze the officer managed to pull over and put the fire out no one was hurt the suspect has been taken to the king county.

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The Powerful Silence of the March for Our Lives

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02:15 min | 3 years ago

The Powerful Silence of the March for Our Lives

"Close yesterday's marches and rallies march the largest youth led protests sends a vietnam war era boston police commissioner bill evans says the voices and messages of the marchers were heard loud and clear degree center powerful message to washington today on gun reform we don't want so many guns in our community many cities including here in boston also had calendar protests with flagwaving gun enthusiasts rallying control between two hundred million three hundred million legally of this nation the main goal of yesterday's global demonstration and protest was demand the us adopt much stricter gun laws well time will tell whether rallies nationwide and worldwide have any concrete or and a fight over gun laws but rally attendees were encouraged to register to vote ahead of very important midterm congressional elections abc news correspondent karen travers attended the main rally in dc the most powerful moment was silence stoneman douglas student emma gonzalez reading the names of her classmates who were killed last month and then pausing to wait until six minutes and twenty seconds passed from the moment you took to the stage the same amount of time as the massacre in her school fight for your lives before it's someone else's child the rally was planned as a response to the parkland florida shooting that killed fourteen students to coaches and a teacher karen travers abc news washington globally hundreds of people attended in paris the rally as well as amsterdam and brussels yesterday is was all part of the worldwide protests calling for changes in us gun laws organizers say yesterday's demonstrations will be defining moment in a long simmering national debate over gun control legislation katrina burns is an american student in france as important game so far away from home and being from florida it's important to show that i'm here and i'm not any less american for being in paris yesterday's march for our lives events in the us.

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Emma González delivers moment of silence at "March for Our Lives"

Dave Plier

01:32 min | 3 years ago

Emma González delivers moment of silence at "March for Our Lives"

"That pose a significant threat not just to the region but around the world and time will tell whether rallies nationwide yesterday have any effect on the fight over gun laws but rally attendees were encouraged to register to vote head of important midterm congressional elections abc's karen travers attended the main rally in washington dc most powerful moment with silence stoneman douglas student emma gonzalez reading the names of her classmates were killed last month and then pausing to wait until six minutes and twenty seconds passed from the moment she took to the stage the same amount of time as the massacre in her school fight for your lives before it's someone else's child rally was planned as a response to the parkland florida shooting that killed fourteen students two coaches and a teacher karen travers abc news washington shows calling for the end of gun violence around the country the that huge one in washington dc several thousand attended one in chicago and many chicago suburbs held rallies and marches of their own close to five hundred people in elgin showed up for the march for our lives rally they chanted and held signs demanding reform to gun laws in this country those against any changes were also at today's marched though they were far outnumber while some shouting took place between the two sides the march was peaceful eric wrong wgn news lots of excitement on campus after ramblers played themselves into the ncwa tournament's final four.

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Facebook and company board being sued for breach of fiduciary duty

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Facebook and company board being sued for breach of fiduciary duty

"Applause at the march for our lives rally in washington today but the biggest impact was the silence especially when parkland shooting survivor emma gonzalez stood a salad at the microphones before this since the time that i came out here it has been six minutes and twenty seconds the shooter has ceased shooting and will soon abandon his rifle blend in with the students as they escape and walk free for an hour before arrest fight for your lives before it's someone else's job been velez was among dozens speaking to hundreds of thousands in the nation's capital that just one of about eight hundred gatherings around the us and the world half the final four is set michigan and loyal of chicago we're headed to san antonio next weekend wolverines got by florida state fifty eight fifty four loyola breezed past kansas state seventy eight sixty two i'm richard johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the wall street journal citing people familiar with the matter reports john williams head of the san francisco federal reserve is the leading candidate to become the next president of the federal reserve bank of new york he would replace william dudley who is stepping down around midyear facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and members of the company's board are being sued by a shareholder for breach of fiduciary duty this for failing to protect users from the misuse of personal data in the controversy over cambridge analytica the shareholder filed the suit in san francisco federal court apple ceo tim cook has called for stronger privacy regulations that prevent the misuse of data all this again in light of the controversial facebook user information.

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Police seeking motive in Austin bombings

24 Hour News

01:26 min | 3 years ago

Police seeking motive in Austin bombings

"In now that they got bombed i mean shooting dread that somebody's coming up here to shoot the school love and she's scared she wants to come home there was no confirmation of a school shooting threat there the parkland teen spearheading saturday's march for our lives rally in washington are being held on the cover of time magazine the cover features marjory stoneman douglas students jacqueline corrin alex wind emma gonzalez camera caskey and david hog all representing a larger group that is driving a movement against gun violence a twenty nine year old maryland resident was arraigned on charges of resisting and obstructing police stemming from a protest on the michigan state university campus gregory conti was one of five hundred protesters who gathered on the outskirts of campus where white nationalist richard spencer was scheduled to speak some protesters threw feces and urine filled balloons at police and others it led to nearly two dozen arrests so far twenty people have been arraigned on charges stemming from that protest wwe news time now twelve thirty three thirties are confident that the twentythreeyearold unemployed college dropout who blew himself up as police were closing in was behind this month's austin bombings but they still don't know why he did it police say mark anthony condit left behind a twenty five minutes cell phone video that details the differences in the that he built but they're still trying to determine why he planted them and whether he picked his targets at random the bombs killed two people and injured four others residents across new york city spent much.

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Parkland students dismayed after another school shooting in Maryland

The Roe Conn Show

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Parkland students dismayed after another school shooting in Maryland

"The candidates for cook county assessor calling for an investigation into why voters today we're told that her name on the ballot didn't count andrea raila had been knocked off the ballot and then allowed back on some voters say they were informed by election judges that a vote for her wouldn't count young activists are now leading the call for stricter gun laws trying to prevent another school shooting but it happened again today in maryland emma gonzalez is a student at stoneman douglas high school in florida were shooting massacre took place february fourteenth she addressed the reality that another school shooting may be inevitable she and other douglas students speaking at an event this evening ahead of their march on washington saturday in today's shooting seventeen year old alleged shooter was killed after police say he opened fire on two students apple's new michigan avenue flagship store going up for sale and it could fetch at least one hundred seventy million dollars chicagobased walton street capital hiring brokers to put.

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Students calling for change after the Parkland shooting

CBS 60 Minutes

02:40 min | 3 years ago

Students calling for change after the Parkland shooting

"Like anthony's unfold quietly in hospitals after every mass shooting but what happened in parkland is different instead of retreating into their dated neighborhoods and asking for privacy for saying it was too soon to talk about guns we're about to go national all of this is about to be everywhere parkland decided it was exactly the right moment to talk about guns unless we act now it was the students who step forward i instead never again you've probably heard a lot from them over the last month but we were surprised about what they had to say about the fate of the gunman florida prosecutor announced today that he's going to seek the death penalty against nncholas crews and i just want to get your thoughts on that good good why could that he's seeking the death penalty for nick cruise i don't want to think about nick cruz i think the more we think about him the more he wins that being said i in a way i disagree with them rob forever rotten jail i wanna see him rot forever cameron just said but let me pursue the death penalty this'll be kept in the media for much longer i just don't want him to get what he wants i want him to suffer no matter what the death of one person as terrible of a personality is cannot outweigh the death of the seventeen alex wind a selfdescribed feeder geek jacqueline coren the junior class president student reporter david hog and senior emma gonzalez started what they call the never again movement in cameron caskey's living room i need to call them watching photos because there's last night in the hours after the attack filled with grief but fueled with anger and armed with their phones the teenagers got to work i they set off a firestorm of tweets many aimed at lawmakers they said yes to almost every interview request and used social media to organize a student led protest at the state capital this is about this is about moving forward with everybody in three weeks they'd convinced florida's republican governor rick scott to defy the national rifle association something that hasn't happened in florida in twenty years the new florida raises the age tobia rifle to twenty one introduces a three day waiting period on gun sales and i make more money available for mental health services give us a grade on.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Of what they had of course on snl about the whole meeting some of it was not as funny i tried to pick the funny parts for you but listen you know what's what's scary is that in these on these topics like you know the mass shootings in florida and they and places like that and with these stories like north korea having nuclear weapons and russia testing nuclear weapons and this is life and death this is not just the art of the deal this is not just about whether or not the guy can make the best deal it's about life and death so if you turn the wheel in the game of chicken if you chicken out and you don't achieve what you said you were going to achieve people die you know if all you do for gun control is is create a commission that talks for a year and in between now and then there's another mass shooting at a school then what do you say what do you say to the second round of emma gonzalez says when they say why didn't you stop this after parkland or frankly to the families from sandy hook who say why didn't you stop us after sandy hook to all of our leaders not just trump but all of them this is life and death staff and this the politicking that goes behind it is is it's it's shameful honestly and the fact that we will let the nra use the second amendment to hold us hostage is a sad i don't think there's a person in this country who wants to end the second amendment that's not what people want i think what they want is for kids to stop dying i think it's just that simple and people concert goers to stop dying and you know people in a bar in florida to stop dying i think what people want is for gun violence to stop they don't want to stop good safe gun owners from having guns but nobody's willing to have the conversation maybe it's time could it possibly be time or is it more of the same listen we are going to take a breather and have some fun brad meltzer's joining us right after this we'll be right back.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Emma gonzalez says it's a good first step this is starting to move in a direction but it's not enough as of yet if not enough there there needs to be more regulations on a semiautomatic weapons themselves this is not just a case of how old's a person has to be it is not just a case of mental illness according to a reporter for she's with the coral springs police department multiple broward county deputies failed to enter the building before they arrived corresponded clayton neville says the officers were reportedly upset about the deputies failure to go inside the shock and anger of some coral springs officers were reportedly reached a boiling point the night after the massacre at a vigil when coral springs city manager might good room confronted broward county sheriff scott israel upset about the deputy standing outside while officers rushed in the school to find seventeen people dead and others hurt the broward school superintendent says he's outraged and at a different response could have saved lives former trump campaign chief paul manafort is facing even more criminal charges a federal grand jury alleges that manafort secretly retained a group of former senior european politicians to take positions favorable to ukraine including by lobbying in the united states the new charges came the same day that manafort associate rick gates cut a deal with special counsel robert muller and pled guilty to charges related to the russia investigation the california parents accused of torturing their.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Okay and so she came now needless to say it was it was kind of a hostile audience for her emma gonzalez that young woman who who wowed the nation with her speech last week um had a question for dana loesch that of course a lows did not answer but to let me play for you some of that exchange i think i'm gonna drive my real also so she asked the question dana loesch went off on some tirade that had nothing to do with the question and emma gonzalez interrupted her to remind her again what the question was i think i'm gonna i had that in the question is actually do you believe it should be harder to obtain these semiautomatic weapons and modifications to make them fully automatic such as stocks well i think the atf is deciding about bumps stocks right now the president ordered that the the doj to look into a mass thing your opinion as a representative of the nra what the nra's position has been the nra came up talking for them these are the five million members that i'm here representing that is what that groups position has been on that so that answers your question and they spoke about that before the president made a move and they spoke about that before attorney general jeff sessions made an announcement about that too so that answers there is a question research and i understand you're standing up for the nra and i understand that's what you're supposed to do but you just told this group of people this is scott as you were standing up for them you're not standing up for them.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WCPT 820

"That's right a home all right he was tickles me even when i'm really bad no i just i you think they can i mean you thought it couldn't get lower than trump blaming the fbi and the russian enquiry though at the shooting right and you're like me this is a bunch of vote name in a bunch of rightwingers namecalling sixteenyearolds who've just survived a shooting vibe david david hogg by the way i love emma gonzalez did i mean the fact that we know these kids names but i mean he is just so eloquent and smart and but it was so he was talking about his dad was an fbi agent so that's why you're right now they're all this like oh he's biased it's he's biased by saying my dad and others you know public servants like him were 247 to keep our country safe laguardia even blame in what does it have to do with the brush of yeah i mean totally different offices yacht wholly different responsibilities david og tweeted yesterday this is atrocious golf over children's blood what does it say about our future you either foreign or against the children right now or you're against them this is why we must take action because these politicians won't i mean in the fact that they had to restrain him for two whole days from playing golf yes yeah there were still funerals yesterday while he was playing golf it's you know i i love it that that's their version of decency that he waited two days to play golf that was obama he would have been at those funerals yeah yeah yeah he was and walk with us funerals yeah exactly that is a left right issue to lights exactly how it it shouldn't be the i mean m accepted carlos diane feinstein is the one that has put forward these salt weapons ban every single year it didn't used to be partisan that's why we had it in reagan to reagan got ship right yeah exactly that's what i mean something it's not us something has happened to this republican party burt murdoch has happened to this republic road this is a democracy out there is a.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Is blocked due to a downed wires your wbal delaware accu weather forecast clouds giving way to sunshine and that's going to increase the temperature into the mid to upper 60s tonight partly cloudy mild low 55 unseasonably record level war tomorrow the high of 72 currently fifty eight degrees the sun starting to pick out just in time for rick jensen at one on one seven fm 1150 am w d i appreciate that much saw question do you think that um something might change that when it comes to gun loss as a field different five two nine one o one seven five two nine one l one seven well yeah a lot of students who are very very active activists who are being led by a one young lady emin emma gonzalez and she's uh she is an activist and has been before obviously as yet our students have been jailed torn up by this you add to that the fact that she is already uh you're angry about trump being president and i'm just wondering if you feel like uh this is this is very very different it's five two nine one o 170 i will get to some of that as well and it's has been asked you know art while how is it that they could organize so quickly so fast there is a uh conservative pundit out of hawaii and i believe that she is polynesian of dissent birthday out she came out and uh what about how saturday's and out out terrible it is and that there should not be politicizing of course over gun control after which university professor in new york came out and said that she's not knowing on the corpses of the dead and so my guys are pretty pretty horrible stuff so i'm just i'm just wondering if this seems different to you now it's five to nine one one seven we they won't try my gun violence he calls be us we no.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Like allison cammarata she i think she does often a good job but here she is clearly trying to exploit highschool students survivors of the shooting and term parkland florida including the everpresent ubiquitous emma gonzalez she and another student were on on cnn with allison camaraderie listen look i don't have to tell you guys day naked millions of dollars to politicians they have a very powerful tool so i mean how do you that act politicians who need money to keep running for office to say no to the nra because we keep telling them that if they accept this blood money they are against the children they are against the people who are dying and that is that now there's no other way to put it at this point your either funding the killers or you are standing with the children the children who have no money we don't have jobs so we can't pay for your campaign we would hope that you have the decent morality to support us at this point and not take money from people that wanted keep what lessening gun legislation and making it even easier for these or find people to good joins because if you can get elected without taking money from child murderers were you run these accusing the nra of being child murderers this is sad and it's pathetic and and by the way one thing about the nra through programs that they have run and funded entirely the level of accidental shootings has been cut to all times low they've really done a very good job of that particular liam involving young people one of the things that i think the nra also might want to get involved with who has suicide prevention because most of the gun deaths in america most when i say most is almost two thirds of all gun deaths in this country are not accidents and they're not homicides they're not national things they're suicides that's our problem it's mental illness the on meet the press a student from parkland florida named dave said this what i'm looking for is reasonable change with the united states congress and bills that are passed before i get back to school because this is not the.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Mm this special broadcast five middle eastern wars focus is now on october nineteen fifty six and the second of those five wars known as the tripartite aggression to arabs known in israel on the west as the sinai campaign what happened is that there was a strange confluence of interest between england france and israel england and france had fell that they were seeing the very end of their empire in the middle east with gumel abul nassir the egyptian strongman seizure of the suez canal and basically throwing the british and french out and showing total favoritism toward the soviets so the british and french conspired to take back the canal sent out into the mediterranean see a secret naval expeditionary force but they all continued reactions to the horrifying events in florida last week these schools shooting that occurred in parkland florida uh kimberly pardon me emma gonzalez who was on meet the press uh was also speaking to a rally mass rally in fort lauderdale on saturday then on sunday the couple who took in the florida school shooting suspect uh their names are kimberly and james snead they on they spoke on abc's good morning america today uh and in fact let's go first to emma gonzalez who has become such a passionate advocate of what exactly i know is sure it's just the idea of doing something and doing something ver matic to help the nation feel better about the very very sad occurrence like those horrifying occurrence those occurred in florida does anyone honestly believe that any of the measures that people are talking about about banning the the size the clips that you're allowed to purchase four semi automatic weapons for about banning semi automatic weapons altogether as they've done in that state of connecticut since the uh new town massacre um this then seemed to eliminate this danger one eight hundred nine five five seventeen 76 is our phone number let's go to uh emma gonzalez talking about why she blames donald trump for this disaster that flattens as i was your first thought be how is this going to reflect on my campaign which should i choose or would you choose us and if you answered us will you act like it do you have an example of how not to act like it in february two thousand seventeen one year ago president trump repealed an obama era regulation that would have made.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WGTK

"Like allison cammarata she i think she does often a good job but here she is clearly trying to exploit highschool students survivors of the shooting and term parkland florida including the everpresent ubiquitous emma gonzalez uh she and another student were on on cnn with allison camaraderie listen look i don't have to tell you guys and day negative millions of dollars to politicians they have a very powerful tool so i mean how he would add act politicians who need money to keep running for office to say no to the nra because we keep telling them that if they accept this blood money they are against the children they are against the people who are dying and that is best now there's no other way to put it at this point your either funding the killers or you are standing with the children the children who have no money we don't have jobs so we can't pay for your campaign we would hope that you have the decent morality to support us at this point and not to move from people though wanted keep listening gun legislation and making it even easier for these were fine people to get guns because if you can get elected without taking money from child murderers were you ruining he's accusing the nra of being child murderers this is sad and it's pathetic and and by the way one thing about the nra through programs that they have run and funded entirely the level of accidental shootings has been cut to all times slow they've really done a very good job of that particular liam involving young people one of the things that i think the nra also might want to get involved with who has suicide prevention because most of the gun deaths in america most when i say most is almost twothirds of all gun deaths in this country are not accidents and they're not homicides they're not national savings their suicides that's our problem it's mental illness the on meet the press a student from parkland florida named dave said this what i'm looking for is reasonable pain with the united states congress and bills that are passed before i get back to school because this is not the.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Ago one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six is our phone number allison cammarata on cnn was on it it seems to me at and i i i like ellison camaraderie she i think she does often a good job but here she is clearly trying to exploit highschool students survivors of the shooting and term parkland florida including the everpresent ubiquitous emma gonzalez uh she and another student were on on cnn with allison camaraderie listen look i don't have to tell you guys and day nato gave millions of dollars to politicians they now they very powerful tool so i mean how do you expect politicians who need money to keep running for office to say no to be nra because we keep telling them that if they accept this blonde money they are against the children their against the people who are dying and that is best now there's no other way to put it at this point your either funding the killers or you are standing with the children the children who have no money we don't have jobs so we can't pay for your campaign we would hope the u of the decent morality to support us at this point and not to money from people though wanted keep listening gun legislation and making it even easier for these or find people to good joins because if you could get elected without taking money from gerald murderers were you ruining he's accusing the nra of being child murderers at this is sad and it's pathetic and and by the way one thing about the nra through programs that they have run and funded entirely the level of accidental shootings has been cut to all times low they've really done a very good job of that particular liam involving young people one of the things that i think the nra also might want to get involved with who has suicide prevention because most of the gun deaths in america most when i say most is almost twothirds of all gun deaths in this country are not accidents and they're not homicides they're not national things they're suicides that's our problem it's mental illness the on meet the press a student from parkland florida named dave said this what i'm looking for is reasonable paint with the united states congress and bills that are passed before i get back to school because this is not the.

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"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"emma gonzalez" Discussed on WGTK

"Munasinghe reginald broadcast five middle eastern wars focus is now on october nineteen fifty six and the second of those five wars known as the tripartite aggression to arabs known in israel on the west as the sinai campaign what happened is that there was a strange confluence of interest between england france and israel england and france had felt that they were seeing the very end of their empire in the middle east with gumel abdel the egyptian strongman seizure of the suez canal and basically throwing the british and french out and showing total favoritism toward the soviets so the british and french conspired to take back the canal sent out into the mediterranean sea a secret naval expeditionary force but they all continued reactions to the horrifying events in florida last week these schools shooting that occurred in parkland florida a kimberly pardon me emma gonzalez who was on meet the press uh was also speaking to a rally mass rally in fort lauderdale on saturday then on sunday the couple who took in the florida school shooting suspect uh their names are kimberly and james snead they they spoke on abc's good morning america today uh and in fact let's go first to emma gonzalez who has become such a passionate advocate of what exactly i know is sure it's just the idea of doing something and doing something dramatic to help the nation feel better about the very very sad occurrence like those horrifying cars of those occurred in florida does anyone honestly believe that any of the measures that people are talking about about banning the the size the clips that you're allowed to purchase four semi automatic weapons about banning semi automatic weapons altogether as they've done in that state of connecticut since the a new town massacre this that seemed to eliminate this danger one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six is our phone number let's go to uh emma gonzalez talking about why she blames donald trump for this disaster let as i was your first thought be how is this going reflect on my campaign which should i choose or would you choose us and if you answered us will you once i have an example of how not to act like it in february in 2017 one year ago president trump repealed an obama era regulation that would have made it easier to block the sale firearms.

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