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In these difficult times, America's children are facing more hunger than ever before. They urgently need someone like you to care. So please, call or go online to save sponsor dot org right now. Thank you. I want to go now to an incredible story of survival. Put all this spending. Lead to a bigger economic crisis. Would you do it all again in terms of being a nurse? I want to help people more than I ever have. Erin Burnett out front, weeknights on CNN. We're back with our politics lead. Moments ago, attorney general Merrick Garland reassured the public that on the eve of the capitol attack anniversary, the actions, the Justice Department has taken so far in response to the insurrection, will not be its last. The Justice Department remains committed to holding all January 6th perpetrators at any level, accountable under law. Whether they were present that day or were otherwise criminally responsible for the assault on our democracy. CNN's Evan Perez is live for us at the Justice Department. Evan Garland's speech comes as he's facing increasing pressure from the left to prosecute more people involved in the events leading up to the attack. Yeah, Jake, and I think what you heard there from an attorney from the sister in general was essentially an acknowledgment that he's hearing the criticism that he knows that there's impatience with the pace of how this investigation is going. And frankly, the lack of communication we've had from people in this building about what's the overall strategy, especially when it comes to perhaps going after the bigger fish. Look, what you're not going to hear from him is any discussion of whether the former president, Trump, and his associates are going to be held accountable for inciting what happened on January 6th. He's just not going to go there, but what you heard from him is that they're going to follow the facts and see what they can find and prosecute anyone that they can that they can bring prosecutions against. And I haven't you spoke to one of the FBI officials in charge of the investigation into the insurrection. What did he have to say? Well, Jake, you know, one of the unusual things about this about the crime that happened on January 6th was that almost nobody was arrested. And so it's taken a huge herculean herculean effort to arrest those people. And for the FBI, one of the big factors, one of the big items is still the person who left bombs at the DNC and RNC, which is near the U.S. capitol, I sat down with David Steven donto, who is running the investigation for the FBI, Washington field office, and he talked about, you know, 250 people that they're still looking for for assaults against police officers. Take a listen. One of the focuses for the FBI has been on the assaults of the police officers that day. There's a special group of agents focused on that. Over a hundred police officers were assaulted that day. Multiple times, not just once, and we're just talking about one assault, multiple assaults. And by multiple people, we're still looking for about 250 people individuals that assault the police officer out of the day. How long do you think this will take? I would be speculating, but it's taken a year. We still have a lot to still do. Like I said, there's still a lot of video about this. A lot of people to identify. And we're going to be at this as long as it takes until we bring the people to justice. And Jake, we have about 725 people who are already arrested facing charges. We're looking at well over a thousand by the time this is all over. Evan Perez, thanks so much. Appreciate it. 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"evan perez" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"evan perez" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So what's the latest with Hunter Biden This is Evan Perez and Evan Perez never lies at CNN Why Nobody even knows who heaven Perez is Nonetheless the federal investigation at a Hunter Biden's business activities is nearing a critical juncture as investigators way possible charges and prosecutors confront Justice Department guidelines to generally avoid bringing politically sensitive cases close to an election according to people briefed on the matter The Joe Biden up for election One of the final decision has been made on one of the bring charges against Joe Biden's son sources say the probe has intensified in recent months along with discussions among Delaware based prosecutors investigators running the probe and officials at Justice Department headquarters Just give the matter to the U.S. attorney of Washington D.C. he'll know how to kill it in two minutes I'll treat you like an abortion David Weiss the U.S. attorney in Delaware's leading the probe which dates back to his early 2018 Discussions recently have centered around possibly bringing charges that could allege tax violations and make a false statement in connection with Biden's purchase of a firearm At a time he would have been prohibited from doing so because of his acknowledged struggles with drug addiction No he was a Coke addict The investigation of the president's son is loom large among the politically fraught issues Merrick Garland faces as attorney general Weiss is one of a handful of appointees of former president Donald Trump who were kept on by Biden administration because they were over sync politically sensitive investigations

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CNN: Federal Investigation of Hunter Biden Reaches Critical Juncture

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 4 months ago

CNN: Federal Investigation of Hunter Biden Reaches Critical Juncture

"So what's the latest with Hunter Biden This is Evan Perez and Evan Perez never lies at CNN Why Nobody even knows who heaven Perez is Nonetheless the federal investigation at a Hunter Biden's business activities is nearing a critical juncture as investigators way possible charges and prosecutors confront Justice Department guidelines to generally avoid bringing politically sensitive cases close to an election according to people briefed on the matter The Joe Biden up for election One of the final decision has been made on one of the bring charges against Joe Biden's son sources say the probe has intensified in recent months along with discussions among Delaware based prosecutors investigators running the probe and officials at Justice Department headquarters Just give the matter to the U.S. attorney of Washington D.C. he'll know how to kill it in two minutes I'll treat you like an abortion David Weiss the U.S. attorney in Delaware's leading the probe which dates back to his early 2018 Discussions recently have centered around possibly bringing charges that could allege tax violations and make a false statement in connection with Biden's purchase of a firearm At a time he would have been prohibited from doing so because of his acknowledged struggles with drug addiction No he was a Coke addict The investigation of the president's son is loom large among the politically fraught issues Merrick Garland faces as attorney general Weiss is one of a handful of appointees of former president Donald Trump who were kept on by Biden administration because they were over sync politically sensitive investigations

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"evan perez" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

CNN 5 Things

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"evan perez" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Cnn. I'm fez jimmy. With the five things. You need to know for thursday september second. The supreme court has denied a request. Stop the texas abortion law. The new law went into effect yesterday and bans abortions after a heartbeat is detected usually around six weeks a time when many people don't even know they're pregnant. Texas abortion providers had asked the supreme court to freeze the law but the justices refused in a five to four opinion. The law allows private citizens to bring civil suits against anyone who assists a pregnant person seeking abortion in violation of the ban and john. -sego from the anti-abortion group texas right to life says his organization is ready to sue people. We are collecting information. We are open to any informants. We've been working with a network of prolife attorneys and pro-life activists around the state and so if necessary we will bring these suits against the abortion industry if they decide not to comply with law. And that's what we're closely monitoring. Many people are concerned. This law is a step towards roe. V wade being overturned at least eight people have died and states of emergency have been declared in new york city and state as well as new jersey. After the remnants of hurricane ida unleash dangerous flash floods and tornadoes across the northeast in new york city. A travel ban was implemented overnight for all non emergency vehicles after water flooded streets and almost all subway lines were suspended. Many commuters were seen staying late into the night at the subway stations. With no way to get home as images on social media showed water gushing into other subway stations and lines c. n. n.'s. Brian stelter reported from new jersey early this morning on the storm. Moving up the northeast. Of course this was expected to some degree. We knew there was going to be heavy. Rain in the northeast on this day. But i think the volume velocity as the amount of rain water coming down in a span of an hour to overwhelm the infrastructure. The taliban showed off dozens of american made armored vehicles and weapons yesterday at a victory parade in the city of kandahar. Many of the vehicles appeared in near perfect. Condition is are now on the group as it's expected to announce a government in the near future from islamabad in pakistan. Here's nick robertson. So that victory for was really an opportunity for taliban fighters to let off steam for the taliban to give them an opportunity after what has been months of a lightning advance across the country. The expectation is that they all soon going to form a government and the key question right now is will. The government be inclusive. The taliban said it would be inclusive and include known taliban members and that's really an expectation from the international community is well meanwhile praise for the taliban takeover has come from inside the us. White supremacist an antigovernment extremists in the us have expressed admiration for the taliban takeover of afghanistan. Here's c. n. N.'s evan perez with more. Us government officials call this a worrying development because authorities already dealing with the rising threat of domestic violent extremists. What's more the praise for. The taliban is coupled with a wave of anti refugee sentiment from far right groups as nato countries have rushed to evacuate tens of thousands of people from afghanistan by the biden administration's august thirty first deadline. The issue is alarming enough. That jon cohen the homeland. Security department's intelligence chief raised it in a call on friday with state and local law enforcement. Cohen said that domestic extremist view the success of the taliban pushing a much better armed. Us adversary to withdraw as something that small armed groups could do here in this country and a federal bankruptcy judge has ruled that purdue pharma the maker of addictive painkiller oxycontin will be dissolved as part of a settlement deal. It's owners members of the sackler. Family will pay out more than four billion dollars to address the opioid epidemic. That killed more than half. A million americans judge robert drain called it a bitter end and said he wished claimants were getting more money the settlement resolves all civil litigation against the sackler family members purdue pharma and others and awards them broad legal protection against future civil lawsuits but they are not protected against criminal actions in a statement to cnn. The family maintained their denials of allegations against them but express some remorse for oxy cotton's role for the opioid epidemic. Several states are appealing the ruling. You're up to date. We'll be back.

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"evan perez" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"evan perez" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"He said that nora had called him around twelve thirty and said she was at home. Jen via confronted nor about the discrepancy. Asking her why nor had told her she didn't get home until four. Am and she told perry she was home at twelve thirty. Nora said she actually drove by our house. At twelve thirty and saw the lights were out so then. She drove to another boy's house in smoked pot in the driveway until four. Am she said that she was with this guy named chris which was a new name to everyone and that she didn't tell anyone because perry hates chris. Don't you hate when they changed stories. It's never never smart. Not a good idea now and she did a lot of that. So jen v. Evan perez early talks with nora gave the first of her revised accounts. Nora chose not to say what her exact whereabouts were during early morning of june fifth so in addition to telling perry she had cut her hand chasing her new kitten in the house she gave at least four other stories. Explain in a small cut on the back of her left hand between her thumb and index finger. Different officers kept asking nora where she'd been during the murder and she never gave them the same answer twice. That's according to the investigators anyway right now. Blood samples were taken from the hallway near the front door from the entry hall. The doormat the front porch in from the front door itself. Just above the breast kick plate and these samples in most others taken from the house were positive for jennifer's blood and dna norris blood and dna of any kind were not found at the crime scene. Which is odd. Because she lived there but she would use that to say that she hadn't done it. Which is another valid argument in a hallway. Bathroom that jennifer and nora shared the csi team photographed a hairdryer on the floor. Near strands of hair and a substance that appeared to be blood however the csi team didn't inventory the contents of the trash cans in the hallway bathroom or in jennifer's bedroom and jennifer's bedroom the csi team collected evidence including a stool next to her body possible hair that had been on that stool her bed including the headboard foot board the entire frame the mattress and all of the pillows and bedding also the wicker basket and a shoebox containing shoes. After jennifer's body was removed. The team also collected a blue condom wrapper from the floor near the bet. The csi unit took some extra care when collecting her betting. Aware that since you've been stabbed multiple times it was likely that they would find blood of the attacker in the bed. Police officers also photographed multiple persons belonging to jennifer which were found on the floor of the master bedroom with their contents spilled onto the floor. Jennifer's huskies weren't found and her wallet wasn't found near her purses jennifer's half brother eric sherwood later found a wallet belonging to jennifer in plastic bin in the sun room and he turned that over.

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"evan perez" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"evan perez" Discussed on Now & Then

"How do we move forward. Is there a way to reintegrate provided they don't win actually. But is there a way to re integrate these people into a forward-looking society and i think the past gives us some clues to that so first of all it seems to me absolutely crucial that we have hearings and that we have trials and there is a whole movement of history. Now called transitional justice and one of my colleagues guy named evan perez writes about transitional justice and one of the points he makes is it continues to be important for example to hold trials of former nazis. Even though right now there's one going on in the guy's a hundred years old and you're like really is one hundred years old and what devin points out. Is that these. Trials are not really about the person involved there about first of all laying out for the public what we consider to be the parameters of our society so to hold the trial and to say what you did is not ok and to make that statement again and again and to give the person of course the opportunity to apologize and atone many of whom don't and at one hundred years old who cares really in a way but part of being able to move forward is making sure that there is an accounting of what happened but also that we keep replaying for our society what we stand on right and what we stand against rate just as you said that that kind of a hearing or a trial of a sort is a line drawing mechanism. That's important it's important to get a record of truth. That's being testified to and that has evidence and it's important particularly in the case of democracy to have accountability to have the people who did things at least be held accountable in this way of being revealed to the public that this is what they did. And it is not allowable. Whenever i think that and right now i'm writing about it on one level. It sounds so soft. Like americans need to be told that this is bad but it isn't because without that kind of shared understanding. There's no reason why it won't happen again. In a sense even the constitution when it started out was little more than a shared understanding shared national agreement to abide by certain laws and structures and structures so the things that we might see as soft and matters of opinion. They're not they're the underbelly of how a government and a nation coheres and runs well and the next piece of that is the playing out of.

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The Connnection Between AG Barr's Departure and China's Blackmail on Biden, Congress Officials

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 1 year ago

The Connnection Between AG Barr's Departure and China's Blackmail on Biden, Congress Officials

"As well and tell me if you can see what's going on. So I look at the next article. It's from Axios. It says exclusive. Suspected Chinese spy targeted California politicians Bethany Allen and Zach Dorfman. He said. Look at the date which for those of you watching on Fox Nation home, I highlighted right there. There you go. Bam! Wrestling by paper flip there. The date on that is December 8th of 2020. Mhm. I still wasn't picking it up. I said Yes. Send me what else? What else yet? He said, I want to look at this one more. This third article. Maybe now it'll all start to make sense. Third article, CNN, Evan Perez, Pamela Brown federal criminal investigation and a hunter. Biden focuses on his business dealings in China. I was like, Yes, yes, I think I got. Would I picking up what you're putting down right now? The fighting 279. I'm getting it Daddio, he said. Look at the date on the CNN piece about Hunter Biden in China. There's a common thread here. It's December 10 2020. Mm. Checking out the dates of these seemingly unrelated events. My source says to me. I think there's something there. Is it possible that on the way out the door Before Bill Barr resigned. In December of 2020. He obviously knew he was going to leave, probably as early as November, if not earlier. Is it possible that Bill Barr New China had a 47 FT High stack of blackmail paperwork on Hunter Biden, Eric Swalwell and maybe other members of Congress. Oh Oh oh, He's like You think these dates are just one big

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"evan perez" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"evan perez" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"And in fact, we do we have this Maxine Waters. You have this Maxine Waters Audio because this is Maxine Waters went on MSNBC night before last, and I did a bunch of research on this and this is not to take anything away from anybody. But the facts matter, and when the Democrats are using this as a political weapon, and that includes the news media. The record needs to be corrected if it if it needs to be corrected. Here's Maxine Waters with her take on what happened on January 6th at the U. S Capitol are following the president of the United States of America who had advanced planning about the invasion that took place in our capital, and even there's information that some of the planning came out of individuals working in his campaign. As a matter of fact. Hated absolutely should be charged with premeditated murder because of the lives that were lost with this invasion with this insurrection. That's right. This insurrection premeditated murder on this is what they're weather peddling and they're insane. Their third world there, Banana Republic there brain damage, But let me let me just go to For example, the CNN story, which I was citing specifically where they where they laid out the case, and they said investigators have found no evidence that officer sick Nick was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. They've examined all the videotape. They've looked at the at the photographs. They have their own surveillance cameras. There was a man and I described this yesterday also Who was arrested. A Pennsylvania resident is ironically, a retired firefighter on he was arrested for throwing a fire extinguisher that hit three U. S. Capitol police officers. Now he's being charged appropriately, and I do mean appropriately with crimes that he committed. CNN, speaking to the U. S attorney's office here investigating on they said with the coroner's office evidence, there was no evidence from the autopsy. No evidence of blunt force trauma, and they found no evidence that he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. I continued. And look, this is the man died, all right, And and But here's the Here's the thing I kept looking and kept looking. I found there's an organization called Pro Public Eye. It's a nonprofit left wing news outlet. They've been around for a long, long time. They're serious. They're not a joke and their headline. Is this political climate Got my brother killed in quotation Marks. Officer Brian Sick. Nick died defending the capital. His family waits for answers. All right, and Brian Sick. Nick 42 years old, died of injuries sustained while trying to protect the capital. This propublica people say right here If you get further into the story, and look, I've been I looked out at the beginning and I tried to find the source of When he got hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. I've seen the video of the man throwing the fire extinguisher and hitting police officers, all right, But they said that The family living in New Jersey was notified that their brother that their son that Brian sick Nick had been injured and he was in the hospital lest they heard Propublica wrote Sick. Nick was in critical condition on a ventilator, according to family members who spoke to Propublica, while some news reports said on unnamed officer said an unnamed officer Was in critical condition after being bludgeoned with a fire extinguisher. Family members did not have details of his injuries. They say sick. Nick had texted them Wednesday night. Now. This was Wednesday Day that the melee at the Capitol happened and the family members said that Brian had texted them Wednesday night to say that while he had been pepper sprayed He was in good spirits. The text arrived hours after the mob's assault on the capital had left more than 50 officers injured and five people dead. Now one of them was shot to death by a police officer. Actually Babbitt she was unarmed. At the time. Three died of natural causes. They were supporters of President Trump. On Ben, You have officer sick, Nick. Now, here comes the brother of Brian Sick. Nick Ken Sick. Nick is his name. He texted me last night and said, I got pepper sprayed twice, and he's in good shape, he said. All right. This is after the melee. Apparently he collapsed in the capital, and they resuscitated him using CPR. But this is from his brother who he had been texting with after the melee was over with the right was over with that the capital. But the day after that text exchange, the family got word that Brian sick. Nick had a blood clot and had a stroke. Ah, vente light. A ventilator was keeping him alive. We weren't expecting it, his brother said. Now, look, if the if the if somebody hit him head with a fire extinguisher I don't think the highlight would be I was pepper sprayed, but I'm fine. All right on Ben, he returned to And there were these reports that he collapsed on the scene after being hit with a fire extinguisher. He was rushed to the hospital by ambulance, according to the U. S. Capitol police. That's not the case, according to the family. That's not the case, according to CNN's alleged reporting from the U. S attorney's office leaking stuff again. And based on the report in the coroner's report, no blunt force injury, no evidence that had been struck with a fire extinguisher. And I'm not so I mean, look, I say this because the facts matter because the truth matters, particularly when Pelosi and Schumer and the Democrats and the media are using this as a political weapon to demonize Trump's supporters as terrorists, and people like Congresswoman Maxine Waters are saying that the president former president I'd states guilty of first degree murder, premeditated murder. Then the facts really matter here and God bless officers sick, Nick and I'm signing the cross right now, But the story that is out there and look, I know people and I know police officers who think that the news media's version of Senate like No, I heard it on the radio. I heard on the police radio, you know, and and I just got to tell you as the facts come out, and the facts were very sketchy and dicey in the first place. And then it was weaponized for political reasons. And and I just I'm just a fact based life form. All right, and also Ken sick, Nick said. Hey, we haven't gotten any calls they contacted. Brian was the youngest of three siblings, he said. We were kind of overwhelmed right now. You know, you guys getting reports of his death before I even got any. He was telling reporters, so reporters were calling him and telling him That their brother was that their brother was dead Reporters. This is what the news media does a lot of the time. But the reality is appears to be that he was at the riot that he was engaged in violent activity with rioters that he was pepper sprayed or was caught in pepper spray. Unclear who is pepper spraying, whom at the time Hey, went back to the Capitol Police headquarters to his office. He collapsed there. They tried to resuscitate him. He was taken to the hospital. The family was told, according to Propublica that that he had a blood clot and a stroke. Now, if he's hitting head with a fire extinguisher, then that goes to the blood clot and the stroke. If he was not then it probably does not. And pepper spray doesn't typically cause blood clots and all of that stuff, So I'm just talking the facts here just the facts and on And when I see it being weaponized for political reasons, I'm appalled. I'm horrified. I'm disgusted by it. On. I just think that the truth needs to be known to the extent that it can be known, And when Evan Perez at CNN, his reporting based on his sources, and he's not one of the worst reporters at at CNN by a long shot. And he says what they're being told them then. CNN's not reporting it on television just on the Internet, So you know that that's something they don't want to report. But there it is. It's what they're being told. And they're saying that there's no evidence of blunt force trauma from the From the autopsy that there is no video part me or photographic evidence of the fires..

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"evan perez" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"evan perez" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"100. Biden's memoir is coming out in April. The Associated Press is excited to announce that 100 Biden's memoir, which what is it called Michael? A stripper walked into a crack house. Is that what it's called? In China. I think that's what it's come on. Stripper walks into a sorry it stripper. It's just a stripper walks into a crackhouse. That's that. That's like a setup for a joke or something. Hunter Biden, son of a president Joe Biden. The Associated Press is actively engaging and promoting the book for the Biden family. They're not asking about the ongoing FBI investigation about international money laundering and fraud or the grand jury or the Subpoenaed laptop in the emails with Tony Bubble in ski, explaining that Joe Biden gets his 10% cut because he's the big guy and stuff. Nobody's asking about that. But The Associated Press is busy acting as the publicity agent for Hunter Biden and for the Biden family, and they just smooth everything over. Never mind any of that other stuff because that's not important. He's his memoir The Associated Press is proud to announce today. Is due out on April 6th on April 6th, and it's not really called stripper walks into a crack house in China. It's actually called beautiful things. Beautiful things. So it I think it opens in a strip joint in Washington, D C. Hence the beautiful Thanks title and then one of them because he knocked up a stripper at the place where he was smoking crack in the strip joint. You remember this? He got kicked out of the strip joint, not for knocking up the Stryker stripper necessarily. But for that crack, he was smoking in a glass pipe in one of the private rooms or boosts or whatever they are. I think you go there for the lap dances, things like that, and hunter. He lived a life and now it's okay because he's Joe Biden's crackhead. Stripper knocker, upper son and all of that is fine. That's not a problem with the media. That's why it's really good to be a Democrat. Don't you know? Very, very good to be a to be a Democrat, and we've got we've got a great many things to get to having did not entirely with Hunter Biden. But there is some good hunter Biden stuff to be sure. And lots of great audio for you today about the crazy people and all of that there are many of them many, many crazy people out there right now, though, Let's go to let's go to the telephones. Let's go to let's go to Kent calling from Rome, Georgia. Kent. You're on the Chris Plante show. Chris. How are you? I'm great. What do you say? Well, I say I don't trust locks news like I used to. Yeah, and you're not allowed to order it with. Well, you distorted with Chris Wallace and him being unfair toe Trump in the debate and in line about who interrupted first. Right, but more recently, uh, both shed purple room if I'm pronouncing his name, right, MPD, Lucy, and I wish I remember the details of this, But they said some they worded things and what seemed to be a Misleading way recently And then last night If I'm recalling correctly, yesterday, you reported that officer sick. Nick was not hit by a Fired, things were correct. That's what CNN was reporting and continue. Well, they're not reporting it on television right now. CNN Yes, CNN. Oh, yeah, I read the story and look, they're not alone. Well, anyway, Chad program during they were talking about them honoring him and everything yesterday This was on special report. We have programs, said said. That he was killed by being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. And I think you know my gosh, There's just a blatant lie. I think the least CNN got it right in. Fox News. Got it wrong. Well, CNN's not really reporting it except online and I've been following this from the very beginning because they're reporting on. This has been very sketchy from the very beginning because they have an agenda and they've got a point that they're trying to make and God bless Officer Brian Sick, Nick, who who died the day after the melee that he died on January 7th in a hospital. He had been on life support for a small number of hours now, and I heard from some police officers on this yesterday You were upset with what I was saying as well. But let me let me just share this with you if I could, because, um, that's the story that was put out all right, Kent, that that was the story And it continues to be as you noted, even on on Fox News, and maybe I shouldn't say even but on Fox News as well. And CNN has not correcting the record. They've got this story online by Evan Perez, who is one of their television reporters. But but I read from the CNN story and ended upset a lot of people, but I did more research on it yesterday because it is it's an important item for a variety of reasons. Not the least of which is just correcting the corrupt news media with their Weasley political agenda, and it is, of course not to disparage the memory or the life of Officer Brian Sick. Nick, a military veteran who deployed overseas repeatedly. Went 12 year veteran of the U. S. Capitol police, and by all reports from his family and everybody else, just a great guy that favorite sibling and his family and everybody on Capitol Hill loved him. I mean, there was AH story that I read from a Democrat, Capitol Hill staffer on the lead up to the Hillary Clinton Donald Trump election 2016 and she was a big issues, a Democrat, Big Hillary supporter. And he made it clear he was a big president, Trump supporter then candidate Trump supporter, and she told the story about how the day after Election Day, she came into the capital and and Capitol police officers held the doors open and she was walking in, and she saw Brian sick, Nick, and she walked over to him and just started sobbing, openly started crying because President Trump had won and Hillary had lost. And an officer sick. Nick took her in his arms and hugged her and comforted her, even though he voted for Trump and she voted for Hillary and he was just an all around great guy now with that, said That the facts matter, and the Democrats are using this as a political weapon..

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05:38 min | 1 year ago

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"So I mean, I think the answer to that question is yes. These cynical, rabid political Democrats are using this never let a crisis go to waste. Are using this as an opportunity to demonize their political enemies who they have labeled as terrorists. You know that that would include me and the enemy within anybody that voted for Trump 100. Million said, You know, 75 million. Plus everybody else that supported President Trump are now terrorists and so on. So, yeah, I'm sorry that I that Yes. This is about more cynical party politics. Yes, That's what I said. They're not honoring. They've never honored police officers like this. In the past. There was one instance where to place. Officers were Not many years ago, but they don't men sadly tragically died of a stroke day after the melee. You know, right? And that's the other thing that I wanted to mention was the fact that how many officers have we lost in the past year or even longer than a year in all of this rioting and mayhem throughout the country? And not a word, and it's no big deal, and it's just it's such a sense. It's such a sad thing. What's happening? You're 100%, right? And just since officers sick, Nick died, how many officers have been shot to death by Democrats across the country and Various situations on by how much attention attention they get in the media from Nancy Pelosi from the Congress, The answer is zero. That's the correct answer. Now. Why is that? You might ask, Why is that because the deaths of the other police officers did not serve the interests of the Democratic Party. That's unfortunately tragically the correct answer. Now, if it wasn't for double standards, they have no standards at all. That is a fact. Marcie. Thank you for a wonderful call your 1%, right. And with that I want to share with you yet Another CNN story had, says CNN Rich day. I don't know why. Because you know when, when they don't see it. Lefties have to believe everything. The CNN Tony, But here's the story by Evan Perez and David Short tell at CNN. Investigators. It's on Officer Brian Sick. Nick's death and the episode of January 6th officers sick. Nick died on January 7th. The cause of death was a stroke, right? And the CNN. People finally got around Now I again very early on. You don't have to be Nostradamus. You just have to know how the news media does their evil deeds every day. And I talked about this on the radio immediately after the Malay and there was saying, Oh, officer Sick. Nick was murdered by Trump Terrorists s. Oh, wait a minute. The man died of a stroke, and there was one. There was one report from a nobody ever heard of it Website in Alexandria, Virginia. That said he had been hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. All right, And then all of the news media went with that line with that sentence, and I went and I looked at the official statements by the U. S Capitol place. I came to you I shared with you What I had read what I had learned what my cursory investigation had uncovered. And they said he was involved in in pushing and shoving and on things with people on Capitol Hill that day, and that's a disgrace. I was out with a friend the other night he was assaulted on Capitol Hill that day, and that is a disgrace. And, um, now let me get to the CNN story from yesterday because I raised a lot of questions about this, and I said, I don't see an actual source. On this fire extinguisher except some website in Alexandria, Virginia, that nobody had ever heard of Suddenly, The New York Times and ABC News and everybody's going with he was murdered. He was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher, and he died. Now, here's CNN. And these Evan Perez is a huge lefty and all that Investigators they're struggling to build a federal murder case regarding fallen fallen U. S Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick vexed they right by a lack of evidence. That could prove someone caused his death as he defended the Capitol during last month's insurrection. Say at CNN. They used the Democrat Party issued words CITY insurrection. They should look up that word in the dictionary sometime if they're capable of, you know, following along alphabetically, and I guess they just do it online. Authorities have reviewed video and photographs to show sick Nick engaging with rioters amid the siege, but have yet to identify a moment in which he suffered his fatal injuries come out, law enforcement officials familiar with the matter said. See the idea that he died of fatal injuries is the falsehood. That's the Senate was tragic death anyway. You slice it and He might not have died. Had the melee not happened. I think you could make that argument. However, what they've been reporting is Bs, and it was based on the flimsiest, if any reporting or evidence at all. Soon after a sick, Nick died on January 7th you see the melee was on January, 6th. Prosecutors in Washington opened a federal murder investigation, dedicating a team inside the U. S attorney's office to build out a case did they do that? With the burning of ST John's Church and the siege of the White House? I'm just curious and And the siege on the federal courthouses and the West and soon to date, little information has been shared publicly about the circumstance of the death. I've pointed that out repeatedly of the 13 year veteran of the police force, including any finding from an autopsy that was conducted by D. CS Medical Examiner. In a statement the day after the insurrection, there it is again. Capitol Police said that sick Nick had been quote injured while physically engaging with protesters and quote. I read that statement to you. Nothing about a head injury or a fire extinguisher. Anything on the gun? And collapsed as a result of his injuries sometime after returning to his office..

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04:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Day after day week after week month after month like this one And because the Republicans don't know how to make hay out of this stuff, too. But really, it's the news media working for you. So I mean, I think the answer to that question is yes. These cynical, rabid political Democrats are using this never let a crisis go to waste are using this as an opportunity to demonize their political enemies who they have labeled as terrorists. You know that that would include me and The enemy within anybody that voted for Trump 100. Million said, You know, 75 million. Plus everybody else that supported President Trump are now terrorists. And so I'm so Yeah, I'm sorry that I that Yes. This is about more cynical party politics. Yes, That's what I said. They're not honoring. They've never honored police officers like this In the past. There was one instance where Two Police officers were shot many years ago, but they don't men sadly tragically died of a stroke day after the melee. Right, And that's the other thing that I wanted to mention was the fact that how many officers have we lost in the past year or even longer than a year in all of this rioting and mayhem throughout the country? And not a word, and it's no big deal, and it's just it's such a sad It's such a sense thing. What's happening? You're 100%, right? And just since officers sick, Nick died, how many officers have been shot to death by Democrats across the country and Various situations on day. How much attention attention they get in the media from Nancy Pelosi from the Congress, The answer is zero. That's the correct answer. Now. Why is that? You might ask, Why is that Because the deaths of the other place officers did not serve the interests of the Democratic Party. That's unfortunately tragically the correct answer. Now, if it wasn't for double standards, they have no standards at all. That is a fact. Marcie Thank you for a wonderful cause. You're 1% right? And with that I want to share with you. Yet Another CNN story had says CNN rich day. I don't know why. Because you know when, when they don't see lefties have to believe everything The CNN tell him. But here's the story by Evan Perez and David Short tell at CNN investigators. It's on Officer Brian Sick Nick's death and the episode of January. 6th. Officer Sick. Nick died on January 7th. The cause of death was a stroke, right? And the CNN. People finally got around Now I again very early on. You don't have to be Nostradamus. You just have to know how the news media does their evil deeds every day. And I talked about this on the radio immediately after the mainly and they're saying Oh, Officer sickness was murdered by trump terrorists. And so wait a minute. The man died of a stroke and there was one. There was one report from a nobody ever heard of it. Website in Alexandria, Virginia. That said he had been hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. All right. And then all of the news media went with that line with that sentence, and I went and I looked at the official statements by the U. S. Capitol police. I came to you I shared with you What I had read what I had learned what my Cursory investigation had uncovered and they said he was involved in in pushing and shoving and on things with people on Capitol Hill that day, and that's a disgrace. I was out with a friend the other night he was assaulted on Capitol Hill that day, and that is a disgrace. And, um, now let me get to the CNN story from yesterday because I raised a lot of questions about this, and I said, I don't see an actual source on this fire extinguisher except some website in Alexandria, Virginia, that nobody had ever heard of. Suddenly, The New York Times and ABC News and everybody's going with he was murdered. He was hitting head with a fire extinguisher and he died. Now, here's CNN. And these Evan Perez is a huge lefty and all that Investigators are struggling to build a federal murder case regarding full of fallen U. S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick, Nick vexed they right by a lack of evidence. That could prove someone caused his death as he defended the Capitol during last month's insurrection. Say at CNN. They used the Democrat Party issued words Sit insurrection. They should look up that word in the dictionary sometime if they're capable of, you know, following along alphabetically, and I guess they just do what I'm like. Authorities have reviewed video and photographs to show sick Nikki engaging with rioters amid the siege, but have yet to identify a moment in which he suffered his fatal injuries. Come out, law enforcement officials familiar with the matter said. See the idea that he died of fatal injuries is the falsehood. That's the you know his tragic death any way you slice it, and He might not have died. Had the melee not happened. I think you could make that argument. However, what they've been reporting is BS, and it was based on the flimsiest if any reporting or evidence it all soon after a sick Nick died on January, 7th do you see the melee was on January 6th. Prosecutors in Washington opened a federal murder investigation, dedicating a team inside the U. S attorney's office to build out a case did they do that? With the burning of ST John's Church and the siege of the White House? I'm just curious and the siege on the federal courthouses and on the West and soon Date little information has been shared publicly about the circumstance of the death..

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"evan perez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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02:42 min | 1 year ago

"evan perez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You just have to know how the news media does their evil deeds every day. And I talked about this on the radio immediately after the Malay and there was saying, Oh, Officer Signal was murdered by trump terrorists. And so wait a minute. The man died of a stroke and there was one. There was one report from a nobody ever heard of it Website in Alexandria, Virginia. That said he had been hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. All right, And then all of the news media went with that line with that sentence, and I went and I looked at the official statements by the U. S. Capitol police. I came to you I shared with you What I had read what I had learned what my Cursory investigation had uncovered and they say he was involved in in pushing and shoving and on things with people on Capitol Hill that day, and that's a disgrace. I was out with a friend the other night he was assaulted on Capitol Hill that day, and that is a disgrace. And, um Now let me get to the CNN story from yesterday because I raised a lot of questions about this, and I said, I don't see an actual source on this fire extinguisher except some website in Alexandria, Virginia, that nobody had ever heard of Suddenly, The New York Times and ABC News and everybody is going with he was murdered. He was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher, and he died. Now, here's CNN. And these Evan Perez is a huge lefty and all that Investigators they're struggling to build a federal murder case regarding follows Fallen U. S. Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick vexed they right by a lack of evidence. That could prove someone caused his death as he defended the Capitol during last month's insurrection. Say at CNN. They used the Democrat Party issued words CITY insurrection. They should look up that word in the dictionary sometime if they're capable of, you know, following along alphabetically, and I guess they just do it online. Authorities have reviewed video and photographs to show sick Nikki engaging with rioters amid the siege, but have yet to identify a moment in which he suffered his fatal injuries come out, law enforcement officials familiar with the matter said. See the idea that he died of fatal injuries is the falsehood. That's the Senate, his tragic death any way you slice it, and He might not have died. Had the melee not happened. I think you could make that argument. However, what they've been reporting is BS, and it was based on the flimsiest if any reporting or evidence at all. Soon after a sick Nick died on January. 7th do you see the melee was on January, 6. Prosecutors in Washington opened a federal murder investigation, dedicating a team inside the U. S attorney's office to build out a case did they do that? With the burning of ST John's Church and the siege of the White House?.

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"evan perez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"evan perez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"So I mean, I think the answer to that question is yes. These cynical, rabid political Democrats are using this never let a crisis go to waste. Are using this as an opportunity to demonize their political enemies who they have labeled as terrorists. You know that that would include me and the enemy within anybody that voted for Trump 100 Million Sad, You know, 75 million plus everybody else that supported President Trump are now terrorists and so on. So, Yeah, I'm sorry that I that Yes. This is about more cynical party politics. Yes, That's what I said. They're not honoring. They've never honored police officers like this. In the past. There was one instance where to place. Officers were Not many years ago, but they don't men sadly tragically died of a stroke day after the melee, you know, right, and that's the other thing that I wanted to mention was the fact that How many officers have we lost in the past year or even longer than a year in all of this rioting and mayhem throughout the country, and not a word and it's no big deal, and it's just it's such a sense. It's such a sad thing. What's happening? You're 100%, right? And just since officers sick, Nick died, how many officers have been shot to death by Democrats across the country and Various situations on day. How much pension attention they get in the media from Nancy Pelosi from the Congress, The answer is zero. That's the correct answer. Now. Why is that? You might ask, Why is that Because the deaths of the other police officers did not serve the interests of the Democratic Party that's unfortunately tragically the correct answer. Yeah. If it wasn't for double standards, they have no standards at all. That is a fact. Marcie. Thank you for a wonderful call Your 100%, right. And with that I want to share with you yet Another CNN story had, says CNN Rich day. I don't know why. Because you know when, when they don't see it. Lefties have to believe everything. The CNN Tony, But here's the story by Evan Perez and David Short tell at CNN. Investigators. It's on Officer Brian Sick. Nick's death and the episode of January 6th officers sick. Nick died on January 7th. The cause of death was a stroke, right? And the CNN. People finally got around Now I again very early on. You don't have to be Nostradamus..

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08:33 min | 1 year ago

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"There's a bit of controversy, as there always is. Way will tweet out. We will tweet out shortly when we can. The CNN story Nancy Pelosi up on Capitol Hill members of Congress honoring right now as we speak. They now late Officer U. S. Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick on very unusual step being taken by the Congress to honor the police officer once before to place. Officers were shot to death defending the capital decades ago now, and they, too, were honored in the Capitol Dome as Brian Sick, Nick officer sick, Nick Is being honored today. But I've got to stay just for the sake of clarification and clarity here. CNN finally got around to doing some reporting on this Evan Perez and and they spoke to people who are familiar with the autopsy results. And so on, and the CNN people wrote board today. Investigators believe that early reports that he was fatally struck by a fire extinguisher are not true. And they say also that there is no evidence of blunt force injury there from the autopsy and that he went back to his office after the Malay and collapsed there was taken to the hospital died later and that the initial reporting certainly was that stroke was the was the cause of death nonetheless. CNN also reports in this story that we will tweet out for for your reading pleasure. Another man allegedly threw a fire extinguisher at a group of police officers striking three In the head, and after David says that it was leaked to CNN for political purposes. Now that guy who threw that fire extinguisher was arrested, he's been arrested, and I know that because I saw his name and he's a retired firefighter. Ironically, perhaps, but that individual who threw the fire extinguisher was arrested. Those three officers were hitting it, says three officers hit in the head. With one fire extinguisher from one throw, and I've seen the video of that. But that individual that through the fire extinguisher has rightly been arrested on will correctly face charges for for committing his crimes. Now with that, said We have, um, we have a bunch of audio that I'd like to get to as well. And some crazy stories because these people are crazy. Let's do well. Let's do the First Amendment thing right now, Since we were just talking about that CNN legal analyst Pan for claiming quote you don't have a first Amendment right to lie you none of first member right to life. Then what are we going to do with all those people with Russian collusion, and John Brennan went on television and said that President Trump Well, I had committed treason. And then he tried to understand what he had just said Bye bye, trying to figure out the words that he had used any failed because he's dangerously ignorant person. And a corrupt prison. CNN legal analyst raised eyebrows Tuesday by suggesting on the air that lying is not protected by the First Amendment. Remember, remember Magilla gorilla on CNN who went to law school? He's got a law degree. He's a lawyer. Jennifer Rogers was quick to dismiss the legal arguments being made by former President Donald Trump's lawyers ahead of next week's Senate impeachment trial. Those arguments include the theory that it's unconstitutional to impeach a former president, that is to say a private citizen. This is a Fox news story. Those arguments inside those arguments that Trump had the right to make his remarks January 6 rally before pro Trump rioters stormed the capital. Now, here's John King with their legal expert, their legal analyst. Where do they find these people? Honestly, I guess on campuses is the correct answer, And they really are fundamentally ignorant and their ignorance always tends to skew, delete tens, their ignorance always used toward the UN American. You don't have the right to have a firearm. That's another one. I'll get to that. In a minute to Nancy Pelosi wants to find members of Congress thousands of dollars for exercising their second Amendment rights in the capital, where they swear an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. Right. This is this is our Congress, Here's John King and Jennifer Rogers on their their fundamental misunderstanding of the First Amendment, and and these air legal expert and a, you know, five decades. Journalists, and they both sit there saying, Yeah, First Amendment doesn't know if you're lying. It doesn't protect you, Counselor. Let me start with you. This is the 14 page brief filed by the president's lawyers. It says number one. This is unconstitutional because he is a former president. It says Number two that he has a first Amendment right to speak, and therefore, he said, things that are rallying people attack the capital. We can't hold him accountable. Yeah, Those were wrong on Dare countered by the very long brief the house wild earlier today, you don't have a first Amendment right to lie. You don't have a first Amendment right to put people in danger on. He did both of those things you don't have. A first member right to lie within. CNN is in very deep trouble. Very deep trouble. Indeed, In fact, most of our news media is an extremely deep trouble. Remember. You remember McGill, a gorilla. He went to law school. I think it's Fordham didn't go to Yale for undergrad because his dad was the guv'nor Papa Doc Cuomo of the Cuomo organized crime. Kim. Many got his law degree at Fordham, and then he became a multi million dollar a year news anchor and a goes on television and says stuff when that left is riding and burning our cities. And they're reporting that it's mostly peaceful and police stations are having their doors glued shut, and they set them on fire, hoping to burn all the place to death inside. This is a pretty normal stuff in today's Democrat Party, and McGill, a gorilla came on when somebody so they're riding. This is all violent and he's like, Hey, no, they're just, you know good Democrats, please. Show me where it says that protesters supposed to be polite and peaceful. Ah, well, it would be in the First Amendment to the Constitution. That's the bill of rights, and that's the That's the first one. If you're ever going to get around to reading, he's got a law degree. He went to law school. He's a big news anchor, and the First Amendment is a complete mystery to him. He has no idea What the words are in there. If he did try to read them out loud, his lips would be moving and hey, don't Bob. What peaceably Assemble. What does that mean? So they used the words, but they don't know what they mean. And if we're going to hold the first Amendment doesn't protect lying. Well, what we got there is, of course, Hillary Clinton. Saying that Army major Democrat member of Congress now former Tulsi Gabbert of Hawaii. Eyes, a Russian secret agent to Russian asset. I think they've got their eye on somebody who's currently in the Democratic primary. She's the favorite of the Russians. Yeah, she's a Russian asset. I mean, totally. It's also gathered tells you gathered as a Russian asset, and that's David plus of the Obama White House, snorting with joy back there. They just They lie about everything even more lives because there's so many lines they devised. Just keep on coming. We were just going to have people say truthful things on this show and not allow false statements are should be five minutes long as opposed to three hours. So so two hours and 55 minutes, our lives and five minutes accidental truth every now and then they stood, they trip over them, but that's the That's the thing. The Constitution does not say that a person can shelter Yeah, Wolf in a crowded theater. That's exactly right. See her brain. She's firing on no cylinders. She has no cylinders to fire on. As you can't yell Wolf in a crowded theater. It's the boy who cried Wolf. Fire in a crowded theater. These air our national political leaders in the Democratic Party and in the media, is there is there not bright people. I I keep pointing this out again. You don't have a first Amendment right to lie, right? You know, the first member. They think that the First Amendment protects their speech and nobody else's. That's it's pretty remarkable stuff, honestly. They're leading the country right now. The house the Senate Uh, the White House. I'm telling you crazy. They're crazy people. Uh Hmm. And then there's white privilege. I I really love white privilege. Because I'm white so naturally enjoy white privilege..

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"evan perez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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07:51 min | 1 year ago

"evan perez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Um, murdered and this is the word that they're using all over the place off Buster's sick, Nick that they murdered him, and they say five people died. The reality is one of the people that died. Um actually, Babbitt was shot to death while unarmed by U. S. Capitol police officer who will not face any charges. Which and the media is happy about that which is the opposite of what they've been telling us for the last eight years or 10 years since Barack Obama started with his anti police crusade, which has led to the assassinations of untold numbers of police officers across the country. Putting a massacre in Dallas. A massacre in Baton Rouge double homicide in New York. Suicide Attackers all three of those suicide Attackers. Suicide Democrat Party suicide attacks the suicide attacker James Hodgkinson, at the baseball diamond where Congressman Scalise was shot, and you notice that those stories don't stick those those stories don't become big news stories. Because the media doesn't cover them. Day after day week after week, month after month like this one, and because the Republicans don't know how to make hay out of this stuff, too, But really, it's the news media working for you. So I mean, I think the answer to that question is yes, these cynical, rabid political Democrats are using this never let a crisis go to waste are using this as an opportunity to demonize their political enemies. Do they have labeled as terrorists? You know that that would include me and the enemy within anybody that voted for Trump 100. Million said, You know, 75 million. Plus everybody else that supported President Trump are now terrorists. And so I'm so Yeah, I'm sorry that I that Yes. This is about more cynical party politics. Yes, That's what I said. They're not honoring. They've never honored police officers like this. In the past. There was one instance where to place. Officers were shot many years ago. They don't men, sadly tragically died of a stroke day after the melee. You know, right? And that's the other thing that I wanted to mention was the fact that how many officers have we lost in the past year or even longer than a year in all of this rioting and mayhem throughout the country? And not a word, and it's no big deal, and it's just it's such a sense. It's such a sad thing. What's happening? You're 100%, right? And just since officers sick, Nick died, how many officers have been shot to death by Democrats across the country and various situations? Ondo. How much pension attention did they get in the media? From Nancy Pelosi from the Congress? The answer is zero. That's the correct answer. Now. Why is that? You might ask, Why is that because the deaths of the other police officers did not serve the interests of the Democratic Party. That's unfortunately tragically the correct answer. Yeah. If it wasn't for double standards, they have no standards at all. That is a fact. Marcie. Thank you for a wonderful call Your 1%, right. And with that I want to share with you yet Another CNN story that says CNN rich day. I don't know why may cause you know when, when they don't see it. Lefties have to believe everything. The CNN told him. But here's the story by Evan Perez and David Short tell at CNN investigators. It's on Officer Brian Sick Nick's death and the episode of January 6th Officers. Technic died on January 7th. The cause of death was a stroke and the CNN people finally got around Now I again Very early on. You don't have to be Nostradamus. You just have to know how the news media does their evil deeds every day. And I talked about this on the radio immediately after the Malay and there was saying, Oh, Officer Signal was murdered by trump terrorists. So wait a minute. The man died of a stroke, and there was one. There was one report from a nobody ever heard of it. Website in Alexandria, Virginia. That said he had been hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. All right. And then all of the news media went with that line with that sentence, and I went and I looked at the official statements by the U. S Capitol place. I came to you I shared with you What? I had read what? I had learned what my cursory investigation had uncovered And they say he was involved in in pushing and shoving and On things with people on Capitol Hill that day, and that's a disgrace. I was out with a friend the other night he was assaulted on Capitol Hill that day, and that is a disgrace. And, um Now let me get to the CNN story from yesterday because I raised a lot of questions about this. And I said, I don't see an actual source on this fire extinguisher except some website in Alexandria, Virginia, that nobody had ever heard of. Suddenly, The New York Times and ABC News and everybody is going with. He was murdered. He was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher, and he died. Now, here's CNN. And these Evan Perez is a huge lefty and all that investigators they're struggling to build a federal murder case regarding fallen fallen U. S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick, Nick. Next. They right by a lack of evidence that could prove someone caused his death as he defended the Capitol during last month's insurrection. Say at CNN. They used the Democrat Party issued words City insurrection. They should look up that word in the dictionary sometime if they're capable of, you know following along, Elsa medically, and I guess they just do it online. Authorities have reviewed video and photographs to show sick Nikki engaging with rioters amid the siege, but have yet to identify a moment in which he suffered his fatal injuries. Come out, law enforcement officials familiar with the matter said. See the idea that he died of fatal injuries is the falsehood. That's the you know his tragic death any way you slice it, and He might not have died. Had the melee not happened. I think you could make that argument, However, what they've been reporting as BS, and it was based on the flimsiest if any reporting or evidence at all. Soon after sick. Nick died on January 7th Do you see the melee was on January 6th. Prosecutors in Washington opened a federal murder investigation dedicating a team inside the U. S attorney's office toe build out a case did they do that? With the burning of ST John's Church and the siege of the White House? I'm just curious and the siege on the federal courthouses and the West and soon to date, little information has been shared publicly about the circumstance of the death. I've pointed that out repeatedly of the 13 year veteran of the police force, including any finding. From an autopsy that was conducted by DC's medical examiner. In a statement the day after the insurrection, there it is again. Capitol Police said that sick Nick had been quote injured while physically engaging with protesters and quote. I read that statement to you. Nothing about a head injury or a fire extinguisher. Anything on the guy? And collapsed as a result of his injuries sometime after returning to his office. They didn't actually say as a result of his injuries. They've rewritten the statement for him at CNN. He died the next day, a local hospital. What they leave out is that he died of a stroke that the cause of death was a stroke. CNN conveniently leaves that out because they're not in the news business technique will lie in honor in the Capitol beginning Tuesday evening, which he did last night. Picnics case still not publicly known what caused him to collapse the night of the insurrection. There's the instruction again. Findings from a medical examiner's review have not yet been released, and authorities have not made any announcements that ongoing case But listen to this, according to one law enforcement official, speaking to CNN, medical examiners did not find signs. That the officers sustained any blunt force trauma, so investigators believe that early reports that he was fatally struck by a fire extinguisher are not true. Can I just say that part again? Investigators believe that early reports. I pointed this out that this report was flimsy. It was paper thin Web for thin There was there was no substance to it. It was not quoting anybody..

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"evan perez" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"evan perez" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Open line Friday. Rush Limbaugh's serving humanity is simply by showing a part. Here is the Harold Ford Photo. Switching over there, Brian now, if you look at the far left of the screen shot there, that's Harold Ford. They're in the right center. Look at the far left over his fireplace. A picture a portrait of Mao Tse tung, painted by Andy Warhol. And by the way that looks like a pretty nice New York apartment. Now, I'm assuming it's New York. I know Harold Ford works on Wall Street or has he's from Tennessee? I don't know if he still has a residence in Tennessee, and I'm telling you as a former resident of New York those digs are not cheap, if, in fact there in New York But, man Oh, man, I have not seen that I have not seen the portrait of mounting was a mass murderer. Cultural revolutionist, mass murderer and he's got a place of honor and Harold Ford's home. Man over these. These people have been further gone to the left. But even I knew, and I And perhaps the most. Where Person in America of liberalism, the American left. I really am. I think I've been on these people longer than anybody. And I've been sounding the clarion call longer than anybody. All right. Audio sound bites up. Let's start here with Heaven present CNN. This is the story. I think that CNN does and accidentally proved that Trump did not call for violence. At the Capitol. This bite means that Trump did not inside it. It's yesterday, CNN newsroom a report by the senior Justice correspondent Evan Perez about the investigation into the attack on the Capitol last week, indications that they're getting certainly from the evidence that the FBI and prosecutors are now in possession of indicates that there were people who left the rally where the president was speaking outside the White House. They could not bring any weapons anywhere close to where the president was. They left a little early, and then they went to go retrieve some of the items and then were used in the assault on the Capitol, and that includes things like crowbars. We saw people with sledgehammers, people with climbing ropes and climbing gear. People who clearly had trained and know exactly how to use these to get into a building. And so that's what's leading law enforcement to increasingly believe that there had to be. AH, greater level of planning than was first guy doesn't get it. He really doesn't get it. That is the story. This is The story CNN accidentally. Evan Perez does not realize what he reported. Trump didn't call for any of that. Somebody go get me the words Trump demanding people get climbing equipment. Go out and find crowbars, sledgehammers, climbing ropes climbing gear. Trump didn't incite all that he never wants uttered any of those words. He never once asked people to engage in that kind of behavior. Even reported CNN and people left before Trump's speech. Was even over which blows up the timeline that Trump's speech caused all that happened, folks. It's the big I don't know. How do we categorize this in terms of is it the big lie or was the Russian hoax live bigger than this? But Whatever we not, we are not getting the truth out of these people. In other words, in order to destroy Donald Trump, they have to lie. In order to ruin Donald Trump. They have to lie. They have to lie about him. They have to lie about you. They have to lie about all of us. I had just look at this and I Marvel. This reporter doesn't have a clue that his report essentially exonerates Trump Here is Robby Mook. Robby Mook was on CBS this morning. He is The Former Hillary Clinton campaign manager back 2016. And the question Joe Biden wants to pass this massive relief package. But the Senate also has to consider an impeachment trial. How they got to do both in that the massive relief packages for Koven 19. So that's what they got A table. Do they take care of the American people covered 19 relief when they go get Trump again. Impeach him for the second time. Here's the answer for Robbie Moore. From what I'm hearing. They're going to try to get this impeachment done as quickly as they responsibly can because I think there is tremendous urgency. Get to work on the covert relief packages, the president elect said last night. This is not partisan. I think in their minds by the way, this is really about creating a consequence. An accountability for the president inciting this riot again. That's just all over the place. Incoherent. The president didn't incite anything. And CNN is inadvertently established that If they've got their mantra, they they have their narrative. And they are sticking to it. Do you believe? It's on it. You sort of Wake and a whole lot of you out there you you know, it's not being reported, folks, and I don't. I'm not trying to be a downer here. There's a great story coming up. I have here Peter Navarro, who just went off On the Fox Business Channel. About what is being done to Trump. But I I have to tell you That and you know, it may be better than I do. You know how bad it is. I got two birthday cards here, and I told the staff is their money and either because if there's no money in here, I'm not opening them. And there was no money. The staff is hurting everybody. No money in my birthday cards. Want to get serious. The amount of unemployment A number of businesses that have been destroyed. In Democrat Bluestone all and how about this? Mr Snowden, Have you heard about this? Komal in New York and governor lightweight and Illinois want to open up Bars and restaurants inside service immediately. They don't even want to wait for plugs Inauguration. Man..

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"evan perez" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"evan perez" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Now, if you look at the far left of the screen shot there, that's Harold Ford. They're in the right center. Look at the far left over his fireplace. A picture a portrait of Mao Tse tung, painted by Andy Warhol. And by the way that looks like a pretty nice New York apartment. Now, I'm assuming it's New York. I know Harold Ford works on Wall Street or has he's from Tennessee? I don't know if he still has a residence in Tennessee right up. I'm telling you as a former resident of New York those digs are not cheap, if in fact there in New York But, man Oh, man, I have not seen that I have not seen the portrait of mounting was a mass murderer. Cultural revolutionist, mass murderer and he's got a place of honor and Harold Ford's home. Man over these. These people have been further gone than I left it Even I knew and I And perhaps the most aware Person in America of liberalism, the American left. I really am. I think I've been on these people longer than anybody. And I've been sounding the clarion call longer than anybody. All right. Audio sound bites up. Let's start here with Heaven present CNN. This is the story. I think that Seeking them does and accidentally proved that Trump did not call for violence at the Capitol. This bite means that Trump did not inside it. It's yesterday, CNN newsroom a report by the senior Justice correspondent Evan Perez about the investigation into the attack on the Capitol last week, indications that they're getting certainly from the evidence that the FBI and prosecutors are now in possession of indicates that there were people who left the rally where the president was speaking outside the White House. They could not bring any weapons anywhere close to where the president was. They left a little early and And they went to go retrieve some of the items that then were used in the assault on the Capitol, and that includes things like crowbars. We saw people with sledgehammers, people with climbing ropes and climbing gear. People who clearly had trained and know exactly how to use these to get into a building. And so that's what's leading law enforcement to increasingly believe that there had to be a greater level of planning than was first thought doesn't get it. He really doesn't get it. That is the story. This is the story. CNN at Accidentally. Evan Perez does not realize what he reported. Trump didn't call for any of that. Somebody go get me the words Trump demanding people get climbing equipment. Go out and find crowbars, sledgehammers, climbing ropes climbing gear. Trump didn't incite all that he never wants uttered any of those words. He never once asked people to engage in that kind of behavior. I even reported CNN and people left before Trump's speech. Was even over which blows up the timeline that Trump's speech caused all that happened, folks. It's the big I don't know. How do we categorize this in terms of is it the big lie or was the Russian hoax live bigger than this? But Whatever we not, we are not getting the truth out of these people. In other words, in order to destroy Donald Trump, they have to lie. In order to ruin Donald Trump. They have to lie. They have to lie about him. They have to lie about you. They have to lie about all of us. I had just look at this and I Marvel. This reporter doesn't have a clue that his report essentially exonerates Trump Here is Robby Mook. Robby Mook was on CBS this morning. He is The former Hillary Clinton campaign manager back 2016. And the question Joe Biden wants to pass this massive relief package. But the Senate also has to consider an impeachment trial. How they got to do both in that the massive relief packages for Koven 19. So that's what they got A table. Do they take care of the American people covered 19 relief and I go get trump again. Impeaching for the second time. Here's the answer for Robbie Moore. From what I'm hearing. They're going to try to get this impeachment done as.

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"evan perez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"evan perez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Rush Limbaugh's serving humanity is simply by showing a part Here is the Harold Ford photo Switch over there, Brian now, if you look at the far left of the screen shot there, that's Harold Ford. They're in the right center. Look at the far left over his fireplace of picturing portrait of mounts, a tongue painted by Andy Warhol. And by the way that looks like a pretty nice New York apartment. Now, I'm assuming it's New York. I know Harold Ford works on Wall Street or has he's from Tennessee? I don't know if he still has a residence in Tennessee it up, but I'm telling you as a former resident of New York those digs are not cheap, if, in fact there in New York But, man Oh, man, I have not seen that I have not seen the portrait of mounting was a mass murderer. Cultural revolutionist, mass murderer and he's got a place of honor and Harold Ford's home. Man over these. These people have been further gone to the left. And even I knew and I And perhaps the most aware Person in America of liberalism, the American left. I really am. I think I've been on these people longer than anybody. And I've been sounding the clarion call longer than anybody. All right. Audio sound bites up. Let's start here with Heaven for residency. And then this is the story. I think that Seeking and does and accidentally proved that Trump did not call for violence at the Capitol. This bite means that Trump did not inside it. It's yesterday, CNN newsroom a report by the senior Justice correspondent Evan Perez about the investigation into the attack on the Capitol last week, indications that they're getting certainly from the evidence that the.

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"evan perez" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"evan perez" Discussed on KGO 810

"Everyone's familiar with the zip tie guys the month Shoals and the Brocks that were arrested on this on the House floor with ZIP ties rifling through the House floor. People are familiar with online. They see the bar nets and jobs in two worth. Literally rifling through Pelosi's office and stealing items stealing materials, male and sometimes even personal momentos. So those of the cases the public's familiar with their familiar with those cases because of social media, But what the public isn't familiar with is that the FBI working with the U. S attorney's offices across the country and the crux of those being in D. C. We're looking at significant felony cases tied to sedition and conspiracy. Just yesterday, our office organized a strike force of very senior National security prosecutors. And public corruption prosecutors there on Lee marching orders from the ER to build Seditious and conspiracy charges relate to the most heinous acts that occurred in the capital. And these air significant charges that have felonies with a prison terms of 20 up to 20 years. In addition to that we're looking and taking a priority with cases in which weapons were involved and cases in which destructive devices were involved. As people know through news reports there were pipe bombs found outside the capital. The 80 F is working on that metro police is working on that FBI's working on that to find that individual or individuals who planted those devices. So, in addition to just those road cases we're looking at. We're gonna focus on the most significant charges as a deterrent because regardless of if it was just a trespassing the capital or someone planted a pipe bomb, you will be charged and you will be found. In addition to that, we've also focused on in emphasis on assault and batteries on police officers, both both both federal officers and local MPD officers that were assaulted and and as the days go on, there's going to be more social media and people will recognize that in some instances, and PD and Capitol police weren't open handed combat with some buddies. Persons inside the Capitol, where tear gas was used on the Capitol police and federal officers and they were also used against some of these riders, so the picture is going to build. I think there's a lot of misconceptions about what happened within the capital, and it's going to come into a laser focus. I think over the next weeks and days, and I think people are gonna be shocked with some of the agree GIs contact that happened within the capital. 30 react assists that our office is also focusing on is we set up a strike force to focus on assault on the media. Some people aren't familiar that some of those riders specifically targeted members of the media and assaulted them. So we have assigned specific prosecutors in our office to focus on those cases as well. And I'm naming all these different strike forces to just emphasize regardless of who the victim was, regardless of who the perpetrator was. We're treating all of these cases equally. Thank you very much. Was Michael Sherwin, acting U. S attorney in the District of Columbia Answer session. But now they're big question. You may press stars than one when your touchdown phone speakerphone, please. Let's take a few questions here on because I have questions or two The first question is from Pete Williams from NBC News. Please go ahead. Can you clarify for us? What intelligence did the FBI gather before the assault on the Capitol about the potential for violence? And what? How Did it, share it and did it sure to the Capitol police. We received a lot of intelligence like a semi statement. Lot of intelligence information throw all different means be through social media or through CHS is sauces. On Ben. We have a sharing mechanism with J. T. T s across the country have joint terrorism task forces And in this city in D c. We have a very robust jttf. And in that we have Capitol police Park police, MPD and all the other federal law enforcement partners. We shared intelligence through the Jttf model, and we also shared it through our command post structure. And then also through other means of they have access to our information readily available because they have access to our systems, so all that information was shared without partners. And then we went from there. The next question is from Evan Perez from CNN. Please go ahead. What if you could tell us? Perhaps if you found any indication, so far to indicate that you know there was a level of planning and coordination Or for these people to go into the capital on carry out this attack, rather than just a spontaneous Matt Maher that got out of control. And then secondly, if you could, one, at least Senator Schumer has talked about the possibility that some people might be put on the no fly list off the 170 case. Subject files that you've already open. Can you tell us whether you've added new those people to elect a no fly list as a result of what happened? So we look at all along different avenues here. So my agents and analysts and all the other FBI personnel, my office and across the country, a scrubbing video we're talking to. Witnesses were talking to individuals that we arrest and we're gathering that Picture that intelligence if you will to understand what happened on the six that day in the capital outside the capital, we talked to all law enforcement partners and such is the FBI doing. This is all of our law enforcement partners as well that working in conjunction with acting U. S attorneys, Mike Sherman's office And our local office here too, as well. So was sharing that intelligence amongst each other. We're putting into intelligence cycle that the FBI has to to try to ascertain the true picture. What happened that day. As for the No fly list way, look at all tools and techniques that we possibly can use within the FBI. And that's something that we are actively looking at. The next question is from Catherine Herridge from CBS News. Please go ahead. Thank you for holding this event, the two pipe bombs that were found at the RNC and the DNC. This is cross its threshold to domestic terrorism because their political targets And you think this was designed to other pulls first responders away from the scene as the capital was breached, or an effort to maim lawmakers as they evacuated? So I'll try to address that question for the best I can. So yes, those two pipe bombs that were found were found both outside the RNC and the DNC offices near the Capitol grounds. And, uh, look to begin. They were real devices. They were they had explosive igniters. They had timers. We don't know obviously, exactly why they did not go off that's being investigated. They were destroyed Disabled. Capitol police with the assistance of the A T F, and that is all obviously being vetted and investigated. What was the purpose of those devices being planned? Wasn't a diversion ery type of a tactic used by somebody's riders. Was it something or did have some other type of nefarious purpose? So that is what the 80 f the FBI NPD are looking at, as we speak right now and looking for those persons that planted those devices. In terms of the conduct related to planning those, you know, pipe bombs the you know the mention of domestic terrorism. I've mentioned this before..

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Trump says Roger Stone has 'very good chance of exoneration' hours after sentencing

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

07:45 min | 3 years ago

Trump says Roger Stone has 'very good chance of exoneration' hours after sentencing

"Get some more and larger stones set and see our senior justice. Evan Perez is here our crime and justice. Chiba Polka. Pez is also working the story for Evan. You're inside the courtroom when you heard Judge Amy. Berman Jackson read out her decision. It was a dramatic moment. It was it was over an hour where she was essentially going through methodically. The aspects of this case including some of the arguments made by Roger Stone by the president and some of his allies that Roger Stone was being targeted for some For for his First Amendment right to stand up for president trump that he was essentially being targeted for being a political trickster. She says none of those things are true. I'll read you just a part of her remarks during the sentencing. Today she says quote stone wasn't obstructing not some secret anti-trump Cabal but he lied to Congress. You'll remember that. He was convicted of lying to Congress during testimony to the House. A House of Representatives as well as witness tampering threatening one of the witnesses in this in this case and so she took all of this on. She talked a little bit about some of his Some of his emails some of the threats that he made to Randy critical one of his associates And during that time well if we were all watching Roger Stone and he and he behaved himself mostly in court but during that time as she read some of his obscene emails. You can see him turnaround smirk and look at their two rows of his followers inside the courtroom today She also took to con the issue of of the politics. That are play in this case. she says quote he was Roger. Stone says he was not prosecuted as some have claimed for standing up for the president he was prosecuted for covering up for the president. One of the things we were watching today to wolf was the prosecution. John Crabs stood up today and essentially walked back to the original sentencing memo the recommendation that was made for seventy two seven seven to nine years From the prosecution team which resigned which quit the case in the middle of controversy over over President Trump's interference in his and the prosecutors the prosecutors stood up and he said he apologized for all the drama that happened in the past week wolf and he said that the original sentencing memo was essentially submitted. In good faith it was exactly according to Justice Department policy and it was within the guidelines that are established is interesting because we know the president. He clearly tried to influence the outcome of this trial from the very beginning. And the judge Amy Berman Jackson. She addressed that specifically. She did and it's not just the outcome of this trial. Let's the entire the entire Muller investigation where you see. The president has has inserted himself tweeting. It's talking about it at campaign rallies publicly talking about and the judge really today. That's what some of this was about. She wanted to address some of the influence and also the attempted influence and also the prosecutors who now have taken over this case day to said that the Department of Justice is. There's no political interference you know we're here to be fair and the judges continued. I mean we saw her going. After Roger Stone we saw her in some ways going after the president and then taking on the whole the political drama surrounding this case and what she said and this judge docs and she said the dismay and disgust at any attempt to interfere with the efforts of prosecutors and members of the JUDICIARY TO FULFIL. Their duty should transcend. Party this is a big moment in the sentencing. This was the overall I should say theme. I felt throughout her sensing proceeding was a larger message. Here because judiciary is under attack and this was a moment in time for the judge to defend the judiciary defend other judges and defend the system. Which is really under attack right continues to be under attack by the president. Today he railed against what's going on in the problem. Pardon you certainly. Did our guys stick around Evan and Shimon reporting for now. Let's go to the White House. Our chief White House correspondent Jim. Acosta is also working the story for a strip. The president was quick to speak out about Roger Stone's sentencing. That's right well. The president responded to speculation that he is about to pardon Roger Stone. The president suggested he will wait and see how the appeals process plays out for his former advisor saying he hopes stone is exonerated and while the president didn't offer stone at immediate. Pardon he didn't exactly close the door on that possibility either. President trump threw his support behind his convicted former adviser. Roger Stone but stopped short of offering a pardon to the dirty trickster just hours after he was sentenced in federal court. I'm not GONNA do anything. In terms of the great powers bestowed upon a president of the United States. I want the process to play out. I think that's the best thing to do. Because I'd love to see Roger Exonerated and I'd love to see it happen because I personally think. He was treated very unfairly and an event honoring rehabilitated prisoners. In Las Vegas. The president ripped into the jury forewoman at the stone trial accusing her of being an anti-trump activist that was in response to her facebook. Post defending the prosecutors in the stone case so if this woman was tainted I hope the judge will find that you was tainted. And if she isn't tainted that will be fine to now. You would know about a bad jury. Anybody here know about that now. The president question. How could be sentenced to forty months in prison in part for lying to Congress but MR trump unleashed a flat out falsehood of his own when he said stone was not involved with this campaign in Twenty fifteen? The trump campaign said it fired stone. Roger was never involved in the trump campaign for president. He wasn't involved early on long before he announced he may have done a little consulting work or something but he was not involved when I ran for president. And he's a person who again he knows. A lot of people having to do with politics. Stone is now part of a growing group of trump associates sentenced or awaiting prison sentences. Democrats worried the president is floating the idea of parts to try to keep those associates quiet while I think that he's dangled the pardon Often with Mrs with regard to Mr Stone and Mr Flynn in part to In my opinion to signal to them that if they stay on the team that they don't reveal further information that they might possess about the president that they'll be taken care of the judge overseeing stones trial took a jab at Mr Trump at one point sang at the former trump campaign adviser sentencing that he was prosecuted for covering up for the president. Mr Trump had been teasing the possibility of a stone. Pardon tweeting video of Fox host calling for leniency. The whole thing is enough to shake your faith in our justice system. Unfortunately president trump could end this tragedy travesty in an instant with pardon and there are indications tonight that he will do that. Trump allies are also reminding the president he has the power to pardon stone with GOP. Senator Lindsey Graham tweeting under our system of justice. President trump has all the legal authority in the world to review this case and terms of commuting the sentence or partying Mr Stone for the underlying offense as the attacks on the four women in the stone. Trial a fellow juror. In the case said the president and the Attorney General are doing damage to the Justice System. Big Cast doubt on the the bedrock of the equal administration of Justice. That is just so so important to our country I think he damages our democracy by attacking this way and I wish he would stop now as for a pardon for Roger. Stone trump

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Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months in federal prison

Mark Thompson

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months in federal prison

"Reports stone sent protesters outside the federal courthouse in Washington is Roger stone is sentenced to forty months in prison judge Amy Berman Jackson rejected a defense plea for probation and an earlier prosecution recommendation for seven to nine years correspondent Evan Perez says however the defense views stone he is accountable for his actions according to the judges should just Roger for his behavior is Roger being Roger she says the truth still exists the truth still matters and she address the the political and partisan divide really that there is over this case of what the president suggesting that this case should have been brought that this prosecution

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House Dems raise prospect of new impeachment articles, in court battle over McGahn testimony

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:34 min | 3 years ago

House Dems raise prospect of new impeachment articles, in court battle over McGahn testimony

"We're back now with the politics. Lead House Democrats insisting they still need the testimony of former White House counsel Don mcgann because their investigation into whether president trump obstructed justice continues and could in theory lead to additional articles of impeachment that is in response to a filing overnight from the Justice Department which argues the courts should avoid weighing in mcgann while an impeachment. Trial is pending. WanNa bring a CNN senior. Justice correspondent Evan Evan. DOJ also saying that since hence the articles of impeachment do not include obstruction of justice. which they want to hear from Don mcgann about his testimony is irrelevant at this point? Does right Erica in the articles of impeachment. There's only one cursory Sort of reference to the mother investigation. And and that's one reason why the Justice Department says that the courts first of all should stay out of. It's been their argument for for some months. Now that the that the court should play no role in a fight that is between Congress and the White House but The heart of this says the importance of all of this big question which is can. The president give absolute immunity to his close aides. That's what the president is arguing that these people don't even have to show up to To in response to a subpoena from from Congress in this case Don mcgann who as you know it was a was the former White House counsel and was unimportant Horton witness in the obstruction of justice. Part of the Muller investigation well and the houses also arguing that it needs muller grand jury secrets to show in the Senate impeachment impeachment trial President Trump's pattern of soliciting interference and obstruction right. Exactly that's the one reference that they make in the articles of impeachment that have already been approved proved but the question here is you know what does this matter for for any other parts of the of what the what the House Democrats are doing. And I think what the courts are struggling ogling with And you know certainly what the administration is trying to exploit here is the fact that the Democrats have have already voted for these articles of impeachment. And the answer is from the House. Democrats is we can always impeach him again. Essentially we can add more articles of impeachment In addition to the ones that have already been approved. Be Interesting to see how that would would work. Evan Perez appreciate it as always. Thank you C. N. N. legal analyst Joe Jackson back with me now. So let's start with what we heard from the Justice Department. These arguments again filed overnight tonight to those arguments. Water depends who you ask the panther you sitting next to write from a department of Justice Loy. Eric I'm going to say absolutely they do. They carry the day but let's just try to evaluate it objectively. I think the core clearly has a place here. Why you can't on the one hand argue that you know what mcgann is absolutely immune? He's not going to go to Congress because I say so. If you don't like that go to the court okay. So then we go to the court and then you get a district court ruling that says that presidents we elect them. We don't elect kings or anything else. He has to testify. But if there are specific issues that you feel a privilege that you feel fall into illegal exception he could cite that at the time of his testimony and and then of course now you say well no. It's going to impede upon what we're doing here. I don't think it's a credible argument. Look as long as we get paid to make arguments we get paid to support clients and what they want us have as do as long as those arguments we call frivolous meaning. They have no merit but I think at the end of the day. It's really not a legitimate argument to make that the court has no place. It may impede upon the impeachment proceedings and therefore hold off. Hold the phone. Don't do it. I just think that Da. No I do I mean what. What else is it's it's it's been complete stall? We know that Congress has a responsibility and that responsibility includes getting information from the executive so to your point in terms of Congress has a responsibility the the house we just heard is saying. Listen part of the reason that we need to hear from Don mcgann is that we are not done investigating and there could be more articles have been preserved very well may yeah I mean it's premature right. I think they have to get through this. There's been an impeachment. We'll see what happens now. The Senate trial in terms of whether there's actually more evidence and information and facts and will all those facts. Erica actually matter but sure I mean look if you do something that's impeachable. The House has a role to ferret out what that is and to the extent that mcgann has critical information that that he has not conveyed because he's being held and not to testify. I think the court should make a ruling. They should proceed. You think they should make a ruling just quickly do you think mcgann again and other important. Witnesses could be compelled to testify. I I don't see it. I mean I think they should be but at the rate this is going. Are you talking about the Senate trial for purposes of the Senate trial. Well I think that's completely in the arm of one Mitch. McConnell the Senate majority leader. I think he'll call the shots

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Spy chief defends handling of "unprecedented" whistleblower complaint

The Lead with Jake Tapper

09:09 min | 3 years ago

Spy chief defends handling of "unprecedented" whistleblower complaint

"Welcome to a special edition of the lead the White House in crisis. I'm jake tapper and what has been a nonstop and truly unprecedented day of news. President trump apparently furious about the whistle blower whose allegations now threatened to bring about his impeachment sources. Tell Mr trump behind closed doors earlier today said he wanted to know who in his administration spoke with the whistle blower and according wanting to the New York Times which first reported the story president trump then said quote because that's close to a spy. You know what we used to do. In the old days when we were smart with spies and treason right we used to handle it a little differently than we do now unquote and apparent reference there to executions as well as a misuse of the term treason season but the president's over the top response comes in context comes after a key moment in the trump impeachment inquiry today we got our first look at the full whistleblower a complaint about the president the one that sparked this whole impeachment investigation this whistle blower sounding the alarm about president trump using his power to get Ukraine aim to interfere in the two thousand twenty election and the White House according to the whistle blower then trying to lock down records of that phone call hiding the transcript in a computer system or only the most sensitive national security information is typically stored today House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said it is clear what this sounds like to her. This is a cover up allegations of abuse of power and an ensuing cover up. If would-be quite damning would be extremely unethical and now of course it is up to Congress decide if those acts happened and if they are impeachable today the acting director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire testified on Capitol Hill defending the decision to not immediately hand over the whistle blower complaint to Congress as prescribed by law but Maguire would not say whether he spoke to president trump about the matter. Did you ever speak to the president about this complaint my conversations with the president because I'm the director of National Intelligence are privileged acting DNA McGuire added that he thought the whistle blower and the intelligence community inspector inspector general both acted in good faith. Let's go straight to CNN Sara Murray and Sarah. Despite president trump attacking the whistle blowers sources the acting spy. Hi Chief says he believes the whistle blower did all the right things. That's right jake president trump and his Republican allies have questioned the credibility the motives of this whistleblower whistle blower and we saw from the acting deny today as he was pairing these questions from lawmakers he said look it is not my job to investigate this complaint that was up to the inspector general he he found this complaint to be credible any went on to say that he believes both the inspector general and this whistleblower did essentially exactly what you're supposed to do. In this situation. I want to stress that I believe that the whistle blower and the inspector general have acted in good faith throughout I I have every reason to believe that they have done everything by the book and followed the law so you can see him sort of stepping out there and offering the defense he could he also admitted that he does not know who this whistle blower as he does not want to know who this whistle-blower as though he's committed to maintaining this person's protections and ensuring they're not retaliated against Jake and Sarah the the acting director of National Intelligence McGuire was asked multiple times about his conversations with President trump about this he refused to answer but there was was one part of his conversations with President trump that he was willing to discuss. That's right jake I mean. This is obviously a point of frustration for lawmakers. They wanted to know whether he and the president had ever talked about the complaint. He wouldn't say anything about that but he was asked to. The president want to know who this whistle blower was. Did he want you to find find out. Here's what he said did the president of the United States ask you to find out the identity of the whistle blower. I can say although I would not normally discuss my conversations with the president. I can tell you emphatically no now. He also confirmed that no one else at the White House no one else at the Justice Justice Department has asked him to try to figure out who the whistle blower is but jake you can imagine lawmakers were very skeptical. Today they had a lot of questions for him about why he would have taken a complaint that mentions the president and Attorney General Bill Bar by name and then gone to the White House and the Justice Department indeed Sara Murray thanks so much complaint lays out in detail the whistle blowers concerns concerns the president trump was pushing a foreign power Ukraine to investigate his potential twenty twenty opponent senior Justice correspondent Evan Perez with me now and Evan. What what exactly does the whistle blower say about President Trump's conduct well jake this is the bombshell really in the complaint and it has to do with what exactly the president was up up to when he was making these conversations saying these things to the president of Ukraine part of the complaint says in part I have received information from multiple. US government government officials that the president of the United States is using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country into twenty twenty US election obviously Jake that is the the center of this controversy now that the White House has released a phone call. Everyone can make a judgment to determine whether or not they believe this is what the president was doing asking. The Ukrainians needs to investigate his likely rival in the twenty twenty election heaven. What does this whistle blower saying the letter about how the White House handled the aftermath of the phone call right end what the whistle blower says that there was an attempt to cover up essentially people at the White House knew that this could be a problem and so what the whistle blower lower says in part is this. I learned from multiple. US officials that senior White House officials have have intervened to lock down all records of the phone call. This is the Ukrainian phone call especially the official word for word transcript of the call that was produce. This set of actions underscored to me that White House officials understood stood the gravity of what transpired in the call and Jake according to this to this whistleblower other phone calls other interactions were handling it in a different manner or this one was handled in a completely separate way and again. That's that's leading to all of the accusations of a cover up all right. Evan Perez thank you so much the New York Times first reported in CNN and has confirmed that president trump earlier today told staff from the United States mission to the United Nations that he wanted to know who provided information to the whistle blower about his call call with Ukrainian president and whoever talked to the whistle blower was quote close to a spy and then he said quote in the old days spies were dealt with differently an apparent allusion to executions. I WANNA bring in C. N. N. White House correspondent bore Sanchez or as how was this met by staffers. Jake many any were stunned. According to The New York Times some actually even laughed this was a crowd of about fifty people according to the reporting of the UN Ambassador Basseterre Kelly Kraft was also in the room for this at least one of these people was taking notes and that's how we know what the president said listen to this quote specifically the president saying unquote. I want to know who's the person who gave the whistle blower the information because that's close to a spy you know what we used to do. In the old days when we were smart about spies and treason right we used to handle it a little differently than we do now. Jake the president making an apparent suggestion that these people should potentially face the death penalty very noteworthy considering the issues circling this president regarding obstruction of justice in the past and the fact that these officials could potentially become witnesses in the very near future also because the acting head of the deny was testifying at the time that this whistle blower acted lawfully and and did the right thing jake. There's certainly going to be questions about witness. Intimidation based on those remarks Boris. We are also just learning that Corey Lewin douse key the president's his former campaign manager is in conversations with the White House about potentially heading up the impeachment team to defend president trump. That's Rijeka the familiar face returning to center stage potentially of this kind of gives you an idea of the scramble behind the scenes at the White House with people close to the president telling CNN that they wonder if the White House has a plan to respond to this impeachment inquiry according to multiple sources Corey Lewandowski had conversations with White House officials about joining warning some kind of team to respond to this inquiry notably Stephanie Grisham the press secretary told CNN there are no plans to form an impeachment response team low. Lohan Dow ski told CNN that he had not spoken directly to president trump but he didn't totally deny the reporting altogether Jacobs right last resort Lewandowski. He was testifying on Capitol Hill among the things they said was that he doesn't see anything wrong with lying to journalists which is essentially the same thing as lying to the American people yeah. Boris thanks so much much more on our breaking news including cluding if the whistle blower will testify before Congress you're watching a special expanded edition of the

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Multiple officers shot in situation in Philadelphia

Phil Valentine

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Multiple officers shot in situation in Philadelphia

"Stories police officers have swarmed in neighborhood in north Philadelphia where Evan Perez says at least one gunman is opened fire on officers is appears as a standoff between police and either a suspect or a number of suspects police are telling us that there's multiple offices injured in this shooting situation yeah I have four officers at this point have been shot one in the head who is in critical condition we're being told the incident happened around three thirty this afternoon several people were being taken into custody inside a residence narcotics officers and the detainees then became trapped inside as shots were being fired from somewhere within that residence and again it is a live situation there is live video but it can be graphic at times if you want to see that on the internet but again there are four officers at this point maybe even more that have been shot the situation is on going we'll keep you posted throughout the

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President Trump, Trump and Rudy Giuliani discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

President Trump, Trump and Rudy Giuliani discussed on Jim Bohannon

"Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has pleaded guilty to federal charges as part of a deal to cooperate with special counsel, Robert Mueller's Russia investigation manafort's attorney can downing explain why his client decided to cooperate. He wanted to make sure that his family was able to remain safe and live a good life. Accepted responsibility. And this is for conduct that dates back many years and everybody should remember that Evan Perez has racked from the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani in reaction to this. The fact that there is a cooperation agreement he says quote once again an investigation is concluded with a plea having nothing to do with President Trump or the Trump campaign. The reason the president did

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Paul Manafort, President Trump and Russia discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

Paul Manafort, President Trump and Russia discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Carolina could experience a once in a millennium flood. I'm Mike moss. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is agreed to cooperate with the Monir Russia probe. It's part of a plea deal announced just ahead of a second tax fraud trial. Correspondent Evan Perez. We do not know yet what the cooperation agreement that Paul Manafort has signed what that entails but just a few moments ago, Paul Manafort, formerly. Officially now admitted to the crimes that

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Multiple fires, gas explosions in Lawrence, Mass. area

Mark Levin

00:24 sec | 4 years ago

Multiple fires, gas explosions in Lawrence, Mass. area

"Special report hurricane Florence more than knee deep in water already in some places as hurricane florins pounds, the Carolinas with heavy rainfall in new Bern, North Carolina. Correspondent Diane Gallagher says she's five ten in mid knee and water on the street. The businesses have water incited them. Now, we see sandbags that are already starting to be moved these barriers right here

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San Diego federal judge hears update on Trump administration's family reunification plan

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

01:29 min | 4 years ago

San Diego federal judge hears update on Trump administration's family reunification plan

"The fast food chain says it is cooperating with the cdc and fda in investigating the outbreak i'm bill michaels a federal judge in california is giving the trump administration until next week to get undocumented immigrant family reunification plan together so far the government says in a court filing fifty eight of one hundred two children under five have been reunited the difficulty with the remaining migrant toddlers is the parents says they've either already been deported released are in criminal custody or have not yet been vetted aclu attorney legal says he expects the government to present a real reunification plan and the judge to set some real hard rules for that plan their feet to the fire the government also has a deadline to reunite some two thousand children over five with their undocumented parents by july twenty sixth jim roope los angeles the justice department is announced indictments and special counsel robert mueller's investigation of russian interference in the two thousand sixteen elections correspondent evan perez says no americans were indicted the deputy attorney general today made clear that this indictment does not make any allegations against any americans that they knowingly were communicating with russian intelligence it's certainly clear that they were communicating with those people but it says that they there's no allegation in this indictment that they were knowingly doing so i'm barton eker it's six oh two one zero five point nine fm and.

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Judge Commends Family Reunification, Eyes Next Deadline

Red Eye Radio

01:27 min | 4 years ago

Judge Commends Family Reunification, Eyes Next Deadline

"The fast food chain says it is cooperating with the fda in investigating the outbreak i'm bill michaels a federal judge in california is giving the trump administration until next week you get undocumented immigrant family reunification plan together so far the government says in a court filing fifty eight of one hundred two children under five have been reunited the difficulty with the remaining migrant toddlers is the parents it says they've either already been deported released are in criminal custody or have not yet been vetted aclu attorney league alert says he expects the government to present a real reunification plan and the judge to set some real hard rules for that plan keep their feet to the fire the government also has a deadline to reunite some two thousand vagrant children over five with their undocumented parents by july twenty sixth jim roope los angeles the justice department has announced indictments and special counsel robert muller's investigation of russian interference in the two thousand sixteen elections correspondent evan perez thirty general today made clear that this indictment does not make any allegations against any americans that they knowingly were communicating with russian intelligence it's certainly clear that they were communicating with those people but it says that they there's no allegation in this indictment that they were knowingly doing so stocks up to end the week i'm necker if you are behind on.

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Three Days discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

04:49 min | 4 years ago

Three Days discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Happening now breaking news femme shell indictment the justice department charges a dozen russian military intelligence officers accusing them of meddling in the twenty sixteen presidential election large scale interference details of the vast hacking conspiracy whose targets included democrats and a state election board or data on half a million american voters with stolen call it off democrats at a key republican say in light of the new indictments president trump should cancel is meeting with russia's ladder putin and royal royal president trump meets the british monarch after insulting or prime minister denying it gonna policies for i'm will put their urine the situation room this is cnn breaking news we're following breaking news twelve russian military intelligence officers indicted as part of special counsel robert muller's investigation into moscow's election meddling the charges come just three days before president trump sits down with the russian president latimer putin what's about that and more with senator james langford of the senate intelligence committee and our correspondents specialists and analysts they are also standing by first details of the new indictments our justice correspondent evan perez our justice reporter chievo broke up as they're working the story for us anthony for day is also joining us exclusively he served as a top cyber security official with the fbi and was in charge of cyber incident response for the national security council he's one of the first people to see the russians hacking into state election systems heavenly certainly you these hackers they hacked into the dnc the hillary clinton campaign theaters and they did a lot more that's right well this indictment lays out in great detail charges against twelve russian military officers now these are people who worked for the gru you the russian military intelligence agency and they're charged with cyber hacking identity theft money laundry now they carried out according to the government this extraordinary campaign around the world using servers in malaysia in other countries essentially using crypto currencies and other means to try to hide their tracks all along the fbi and the intelligence community here in the united states was following them they watched some of their communications as they targeted more to three hundred democrats people inside the clinton campaign the dnc d triple c monitoring specific employees even looking through the computers for specific language looking for a offish in research including benghazi on other firms wolf this is exactly the campaign that the intelligence community told us about last year said this was designed to try to help donald trump get elected to hurt hillary clinton campaign and here for the first time we're seeing a window into this operation by the russian military intelligence to sow dissent here in the united states as well one of their objectives shimon the russia tradecraft you do accept reporting on this amazing details including this this it's quite spectacular when you look at this indictment the level of detail that the government has the fbi has in terms of how this operating was conducted and you know as evan said they targeted three hundred people that were associated with the dnc de triple c n the clinton campaign in a very simple method spearfishing of claiming dude an email they would send in this case it was john podesta making making belief that they were google they used various methods like that where they would pretend to be someone who perhaps feel safe to to click on they clicked on some emails and that's how they were able to get inside some of this system they also use mal wear and they were able to use the mouse to get into the dnc and the triple c and basically they sat there for quite some time and they were able in some cases real time to watch as people would access files access emails access different information on these servers and the russians all along were able to monitor this grab some of that information and the other thing what's interesting in this indictment is that it talks about how these were planned staged releases so as they were getting some of the information it's clear that they were deciding to win a part of some of their tradecraft here part of some of their use of some of this information was to decide on when it was best to publish his to put this out what does this tell us about the these russian intelligence officers and how they operated it's pretty amazing it's quite spectacular wolf i mean you have a commander you have a major of the.

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Shooting reported at newspaper in Annapolis, Md.

Steve Dahl

02:33 min | 4 years ago

Shooting reported at newspaper in Annapolis, Md.

"There has been a shooting at the capitol newspaper building in annapolis maryland we get the latest in this report special report newspaper shooting mike moss multiple people have been shot at the capital gazette newspaper in annapolis maryland gazette reporter phil davis is tweeted that several people have been shot some are dead he says there was one gunman more from correspondent evan perez enforcement source said it appears they have somebody in custody who they believe may have carried out this shooting now again and there's a lot of investigative work that needs to be done we don't know whether this person who's in custody is the person who carried out the shooting but at least at this point the law enforcement people who are working on the scene there believed that they have the person contained no peres is reporting there are multiple fatalities in the shooting the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives among the agencies responding according to reporter phil davis the gunman shot through the glass door to the office and opened fire on the workers inside police tried to safely evacuate that building i mike moss protesters greeted president trump on his visit to wisconsin thursday he started the day with a round table breakfast in milwaukee that helped foxconn with groundbreaking of its new campus in racine county more on the story from our kathy volkmar wants foxconn technology group will make lcd screens at its ten billion dollar campus in mount pleasant president trump was on hand for the groundbreaking today as foxconn has discovered there's no better place to build higher and grow than right here in the united states america's open for business more than it has ever been open for business between our low taxes are cutting of regulations we're not finished with the regulation their project promises to create at least thirteen thousand jobs but faces resistance from environmental and other groups illinois attorney general lisa madigan has been threatening to sue claiming the epa is giving foxconn break on racine county air pollution standards kathy volkmar wls am eight ninety news crusading father michael pfleger is planning a march against violence on the dan ryan expressway on saturday july seventh but bill cameron says first jeopardy police superintendent tony rikio is asking him to take it to a street in a community says he's all for a march against violence but doing it on the dan ryan would pull something like two hundred officers from the very communities where the violence is i think it goes really contrary to what he's trying to accomplish we don't wanna pull police officers out of the community to score a march down the dan ryan expressway let's keep them march in the community let them marched through the neighborhoods show the the.

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Special counsel brings new charges against Paul Manafort in Russia probe

The Bill Press Show

01:53 min | 4 years ago

Special counsel brings new charges against Paul Manafort in Russia probe

"Member fdic g seven meeting cordial russia probe charges i'm barbara kusak the white house talked up meetings between president trump and french president macron and canadian prime minister trudeau with g seven summit in quebec calling them positive president trump created a stir though ahead of the meeting by calling for russia to be let back into the group correspondent boris sanchez followed up on that official from the national security council just spoke with cnn telling us that the president's comments on russian today were unplanned we asked him about rumors that there was a potential summit between president trump and vladimir putin that was being worked on that official told us that there was some discussion about it some chatter former trump campaign manager paul manafort is facing new charges as part of special counsel robert muller's russia probe more from correspondent evan perez prosecutors earlier this week alleged that paul manafort was attempting to reach out to witnesses and coach them and and perhaps getting getting them to commit perjury in their testimony to the to the special counsel instead what we've seen is the special counsel bringing new charges against paul manafort with more than six hundred homes destroyed by lava from the erupting killer way of okay no on hawaii's big island civil defense administrator talmadge mag noses there assisting evacuees need of longer term arrangements four hundred ten people in both shelters were continues with the state and fema to work on the next level of housing for these folks get them out of shelters and you'll know more comfortable prevention experts say efforts to fight suicide in the united states are desperate for additional funding as new statistics show a growing problem too high profile deaths of chef anthony.

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FBI probing Michael Cohen's "personal business dealings"

01:15 min | 5 years ago

FBI probing Michael Cohen's "personal business dealings"

"It started on thrive market today and receive twenty five percent off your first order go to thrive market dot com slash talk prices are already discounted up to fifty percent off and now they're offering an extra twenty five percent off your first order that's thrive market dot com slash talk thrive market dot com slash talk fbi agents who raided the office of president trump's personal attorney michael cohen soda information about taxi owners who had financial dealings with cohen correspondent evan perez with the latest developments with obvious the fact that the fbi raided his home he's oh tell room and his office that there was something big happening here but now for the first time we see in the words of a prosecutor from the southern district of new york that michael cohen and is under criminal investigation and it says here he's under investigation for criminal conduct largely centers on his personal business dealings president trump is issuing a full pardon scooter libby libby who was former vice president dick cheney's chief of staff was convicted of obstruction of justice in line to the fbi of over the outing of covert cia agent valerie plane president suggested that libby was treated unfairly i'm marty.

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FBI probing Michael Cohen's "personal business dealings"

Red Eye Radio

02:20 min | 5 years ago

FBI probing Michael Cohen's "personal business dealings"

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