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Apple China iPhone sales jump

Mac OS Ken

00:45 sec | Last week

Apple China iPhone sales jump

"New iphones on the way, current iphones appear to be trending up in China. That's the word from the China Academy of Information, and communications technology by way of apple and CIDER. Well by way of JP Morgan analysts Samir Chatterjee by way of Apple. Insider. According to the peace while domestic Chinese manufacturers saw their shipments rise about eighteen percent month over month shipments of smartphones produced by foreign firms and primarily apple. Rose. Fifty six percent over the same period. The Way Chatman season improving shipments of smartphones could calm investor worries over a possible slowdown for apple in China.

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Republican Jewish Coalition official makes the Jewish case for the Republican party

People of the Pod

05:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Republican Jewish Coalition official makes the Jewish case for the Republican party

"As the Republican National Convention dominated the news this week I sat down with Matt Brooks the Executive Director of the Republican Jewish coalition to hear him make the Jewish case for the Republican. Party. Just a reminder AJC is a five. Oh, one C. Three, not for profit organization that neither endorses nor opposes candidates for Elective Office Matt. Thank you so much for joining US Saffy. It's great to be with you. Thanks for having me AJC held a series of virtual programs last week at the Democratic National Convention and we're doing the same this week alongside the RNC you spoke at. An Age RNC program yesterday and you guaranteed the Donald Trump will win a larger percentage of Jewish vote in two thousand twenty than he did in two thousand sixteen. What makes you so confident of that first of all, my understanding of the politics of the Jewish community I've been doing this job for thirty years. So I think I have a very good feel for the Jewish community. But then the most important reason is to look at the record of this president There is no question that he has been without a doubt, the most pro Israel president ever in history. That's not coming just from Matt Brooks, but it's coming from people like the prime, minister of Israel has said as much in the Oval Office in meeting with them. So there's a reason why fifty six percent of the Israelis who were polled in a recent poll would like to see president trump reelected and only sixteen percent. WanNa see Joe Biden reelected because they understand that this president is absolutely transformed the US's relationship beyond that Steph. Touch on domestic issues I think people in the Jewish community are deeply concerned about what's happening in our big cities whether it's Portland Seattle New, York, the lawlessness, the rioting, the efforts by the left wing progressives in the Democratic Party who want to defend the police. I. Think People in the Jewish community understand that president trump giving his incredible track record. Pre covid is the best person to revitalize our economy postcode and also recreate and bring back all the jobs that were lost as a result of this pandemic. So I think there's a wide range. Of issues that both foreign and domestic that to me give me great confidence to have my back moment point into the stands and guarantee that this president will do better among Jewish voters and twenty twenty than he did in two thousand sixteen was the Yankee Fan I. Appreciate any reference to Babe Ruth let me just follow up on that though you pivoted and spoke about domestic issues at the end, which obviously are very important. You started out with Israel though I'm curious does the RJ see any kind of polling or anything like that indicates that the? Percentage of American Jews do vote based on. Israel. My sense is generally not at top issue for American Jews. So we do have extensive polling and we're very data driven in our messaging and how we look at the races you know, I think your point is well taken but you know elections and campaigns about mosaics. It's about putting pieces of the puzzle together. It's not just one issue. There is definitely a segment of the Jewish community that does care about Israel we're going to appeal to them. There's definitely a segment of the Jewish community that appealed issues. Like school choice we're going to appeal to them. There's definitely segments of the Jewish community the care about the issue of defunding the police and having law and order in our streets in protecting us against anti-semitism. So we're GONNA have various messages targeted to various constituencies within the Jewish community. Our community as you well know is not monolithic. So to say that there is one issue that's gonNA drive the Jewish vote would be a mistake but I think we have enough experience and expertise in this arena to make sure that we're serving up the right messages. One issue that you just mentioned Matt is is Antisemitism Joe. Biden actually laid the cornerstone of his campaign on President Trump's comments after the unite the right rally in Charlottesville in his video announcing his candidacy, and then again last week when he accepted the nomination, vice president. Biden cited the president's very fine people on both sides comment at which he saw as excusing anti Semitism he cited those comments as motivating him to get into the race to beat the president. How would you want Jewish voters to think about those comments? Well, I, mean, that's going to be part of our task and we've had several events both with Nikki Haley Mark Levin with Senator Ted Cruz just this last Sunday night you know in which we've talked about that there is a mythology that has taken hold by the Democrats to try and create a false narrative that the president Or somehow tried to give support to white nationalist. If anybody takes a step back reads the entire transcript and admittedly I wish he had been clearer and less awkward in his original remarks when we put out a statement to that effect. But if you read a few sentences before and a few sentences after very fine people on both sides, it's very clear that the president strongly condemns White Nationalist Neo Nazis, and you know it is absolutely unambiguous also to some of his other speeches in actions you go back and look right after the tree of life synagogue tragedy he gave a speech that day to the future farmers of America No. President no president go back and take a look at the record, and you'll agree if you read the opening speech, no president has ever condemned anti-semitism and planted a flag about us and our strong commitment to fight anti-semitism wherever it raises its ugly head, and then obviously you look at what the president did it on his executive order to help protect students on college campuses who have been the victims of anti-semitism and I will tell you time and time. Again, this president has by action demonstrated his commitment, not only to condemn white. Nationalist Neo. Nazis. But also to stand up and take strong stands against the rising antisemitism in this country.

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Nintendo just reported a wild 428% surge in profits

Techmeme Ride Home

00:24 sec | Last month

Nintendo just reported a wild 428% surge in profits

"Up four hundred, twenty, eight percent year over year sales of Nintendo switch and switch light consoles grew one hundred, sixty, seven percent year-over-year to five point, six, eight, million units, and not only that in an era where stores are increasingly closed or people aren't going out to do their shopping digital sales of software climbed two hundred and thirty percent accounting for about fifty six percent of total software

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Americans are Uncomfortable With Going Back to Church

Thank God I'm Atheist

06:20 min | 2 months ago

Americans are Uncomfortable With Going Back to Church

"Survey. Oh. Good survey from taken by the American Enterprise, institute, has shown that sixty four percent of American churchgoers. Were somewhat uncomfortable or very uncomfortable with attending in person worship. Sixty four percent sixty four percent, in fact, what they found was basically only one group is Gung Ho on going back to Church and that's why evangelical 's. Right no surprise there if you know the news. Yeah if you add up there somewhat comfortable, and they're very comfortable's. It's. Sixty one percent of them are all about. Thirty. Four percent of them are very comfortable with going back to. Yeah because they because not only do they get to engage in the worship that is so important to them, but also they get to pony lives. Show us. What idiots we are. Yeah, Yeah so apparently. Even those who reported that their congregations offer actually offered. Worship last week, Fifty, six percent of respondents said they chose not to go. Yeah, and you know. I mean obviously like one of the hotspots repeatedly everywhere this Cova. Is seems like Church's just keep popping up like that was one of the first stories coming out of South Korea right was there was a church like a crazy colty church, but nonetheless. I think that's. Probably. But that was one of the hot spots, and that that was one of the big spreaders of Covid, nineteen and obviously we're seeing that in the United States. We're we're. We're just seeing it right like this is operatives These are the kinds of places that people who care about their health and their communities health. Should, be staying away from and a lot of Christians actually do agree with that depending on their denomination if you look at Black Protestants. And add their numbers up. Sixty eight percent are. Either somewhat uncomfortable or very uncomfortable. Well. Yeah, because it's because this thing is killing them in disproportionate numbers so. I can see why. Hispanic Catholics seventy three percent are are on the uncomfortable side. Really Yeah, yeah, that's that's. That's a number that means something. Yeah, and you're white mainline Protestants. It's sixty at three percent well. Yeah, I mean I'm you know talking to my mom hi mom, if you're listening. The other day, and she was saying that you know she. Attends, a free often attend an Anglican a Canadian Anglican Church She goes there mostly for the for the. For the free coffee I think anyway And music, doesn't she really liked the? It's the Camaraderie and the people. She loves the people there and I don't blame her for that tall any who? She said that they're not going to be going until like late in the fall at the earliest. Really. Yeah fantastic. That's not even an option, so I I mean they're. They're doing it right up there i. don't know about what what the Anglicans are doing down here, but. Well Lake. PISCOPO, here, so yeah. Definitely not Anglican. We broke off from that country. Diane exactly. Anyway. Yeah I just think it's kind of interesting. To contemplate re where people's this raises an interesting thing right like it does ask people where their priorities are right and this is something that is really supposedly really important to them going church right right and their belief in God and one of the things that they're God requires them to be active participants in their religious community. I would assume that's why they go right right and because why, like honestly, I mean God bless your mother and everything I guess friends. Get you there right like I can. But. Those people I think are trying to earn points in heaven. Right sure. And, so anyway, where was my? My point was my point. That's that's the new memoir. That's the title of your memoir now. I. Don't lose it that often. So my point is that. You know when you look at. Where these where people are putting their priorities, right? They're having to do this balancing act between their health. And God right and they're and they're and him parole needs for most people they're proving. They're proving that they are actually rational actors. They're choosing their health their choosing the tangible. They're choosing what is right in front of them over what? I mean the Evangelical. Christians there, the Rangers in this in this game right there. The good ones because they're not letting some dumb disease getting the way. They're God demand of them, and they're going in there doing yeah, and if they died they, they go to heaven and God's. Right and I heard that I've heard that quote. In meet. Why haven't I in articles I've Read I've seen that quote where people are just like like. Yeah, you know like if I get. It gets God's will. God's will be done. You know and it's like. Oh. Yeah, it's pretty. It's pretty

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Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

"Little has changed in people's preferences when it comes to healthcare coverage even with the ravages of the corona virus pandemic in February the pandemic wasn't perceived as a major threat at the time a strong majority of those question the university of Chicago Harris school of public policy and the A. P. E. N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll preferred private healthcare coverage in private innovation over the government now a new survey asking the same questions finds nearly the same percentage of people answering much the same way even with more than one hundred ten thousand people dead and millions out of work the only change fifty six percent now want the US to spend more on improving and protecting the nation's health timid wire Washington

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Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

"A new poll shows that despite the corona virus pandemic people have little interest in big changes to their health care a survey by the university of Chicago Harris school of public health and the A. P. N. R. C. center for public affairs research finds that an overwhelming majority of those questioned preferred the private sector over the government on innovation and healthcare seventy to twenty eight percent the gap narrows slightly when it comes to improving quality sixty two to thirty six percent and it lessens a bit more fifty three to forty four percent when people are asked about health care coverage people do see the government is having a greater ability to control costs fifty four to forty four percent as for actual health care spending fifty six percent of those surveyed say too little is being spent on improving and protecting the nation's health timid wire Washington

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Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

"A new poll shows that despite the corona virus pandemic people have little interest in big changes to their health care a survey by the university of Chicago Harris school of public health and the A. P. N. R. C. center for public affairs research finds that an overwhelming majority of those questioned preferred the private sector over the government on innovation and healthcare seventy to twenty eight percent the gap narrows slightly when it comes to improving quality sixty two to thirty six percent and it lessens a bit more fifty three to forty four percent when people are asked about health care coverage people do see the government is having a greater ability to control costs fifty four to forty four percent as for actual health care spending fifty six percent of those surveyed say too little is being spent on improving and protecting the nation's health timid wire Washington

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Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

"A new poll shows that despite the corona virus pandemic people have little interest in big changes to their health care a survey by the university of Chicago Harris school of public health and the A. P. N. R. C. center for public affairs research finds that an overwhelming majority of those questioned preferred the private sector over the government on innovation and healthcare seventy to twenty eight percent the gap narrows slightly when it comes to improving quality sixty two to thirty six percent and it lessens a bit more fifty three to forty four percent when people are asked about health care coverage people do see the government is having a greater ability to control costs fifty four to forty four percent as for actual health care spending fifty six percent of those surveyed say too little is being spent on improving and protecting the nation's health timid wire Washington

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Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

"A new poll shows that despite the corona virus pandemic people have little interest in big changes to their health care a survey by the university of Chicago Harris school of public health and the A. P. N. R. C. center for public affairs research finds that an overwhelming majority of those questioned preferred the private sector over the government on innovation and healthcare seventy to twenty eight percent the gap narrows slightly when it comes to improving quality sixty two to thirty six percent and it lessens a bit more fifty three to forty four percent when people are asked about health care coverage people do see the government is having a greater ability to control costs fifty four to forty four percent as for actual health care spending fifty six percent of those surveyed say too little is being spent on improving and protecting the nation's health timid wire Washington

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US anti-Semitic acts hit record high

Total Information AM Saturday

01:09 min | 4 months ago

US anti-Semitic acts hit record high

"Edge there were a record number of anti semitic attacks in the United States last year according to a new report we recorded to have highest ever total in our history more than two thousand one hundred incidents across the United States that was a twelve percent increase over two thousand eighteen Jonathan Greenblatt heads up the anti defamation league we saw increases in all categories of anti semitic acts perhaps most disturbingly a fifty six percent increase in assaults the ADL tracked on average as many as six anti semitic incidents in the U. S. for each day in the calendar year that was the highest level of anti semitic activity we've ever recorded in forty years so why the big increase for living in a charged environment I think number two again work for living in a time today where our elected officials at the highest levels from the halls of Congress to the White House itself typically play the blame game last year there were deadly attacks on

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COVID-19: massive impact on lower-income countries

UN News

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

COVID-19: massive impact on lower-income countries

"In nineteen lockdown containment measures threatened to increase relative poverty levels among the workers in the informal economy by as much as fifty six percent in low income countries says new briefing paper issued by the International Labor Organization ILO IT similarly bleak in high income countries where relative poverty levels will likely rise by fifty two percent will the middle income countries will see a smaller increase of around twenty one percent as many as one point. Six billion of the world's two billion informal sector workers are affected by current avars containment measures most working the hardest hit sectors including hotel and food services manufacturing wholesale and retail and among five hundred million farmers producing food for urban areas. Women are the hardest hit overall with no benefits. These workers have no choice but to carry on. In order to feed their families which is endangering government's efforts protect the population and fight the pandemic. It may quickly become a source of social tension in countries with large informal economies. The report says

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Americans widely oppose reopening most businesses, despite easing of restrictions in some states

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:43 min | 4 months ago

Americans widely oppose reopening most businesses, despite easing of restrictions in some states

"Well as Americans staged protests to re open the country a new Washington post university of Maryland poll of more than a thousand adult shows many others are opposed to it out of fear of contracting coronavirus let's go deeper life now with Washington post chief correspondent Dan Balz Dan great to have you about half the states now in this country have eased restrictions but how are folks feeling about going to shopping malls restaurants things like that I guess I would say their responses not so fast I mean when we when we ask people for example should these various entities be open when we asked about eight different kinds of places restaurants barber shops nail salons retail stores gyms etcetera in each case a majority of Americans said they should not be allowed to be open at this point wow what did they say about where we are in the pandemic to most think that the worst is behind us and does that depend at all on age or even political party affiliation well I mean the reality is that most people do not think that the worst is behind us when we asked about this just thirty one percent to seven percent agreed with the statement that the worst is behind us another thirty percent said the worst is happening now but thirty eight percent the work said the worst is yet to comment it does very there's you know there's some political overlay of that Republicans tend to be a little bit more optimistic about where things are but another isn't the degree to which people feel concerned about whether they could catch the virus to become seriously ill also has an influence on how people kind of perceived where things are and then how do folks feel about the response to the pandemic on both the federal and state levels well it's consistent with what we've seen over the last month this is the third pole that we've done over a matter of weeks in each case the governors get very high marks seventy to seventy eight percent of the country it says that the governors are doing a very good job alright we'll have responded to this smartly where is the words but the view of the president is that his response he gets a that number latest poll forty four percent say it's either an excellent or good in fifty six percent say not so good or poor that's about what it is been over the last few weeks and just lightly lower than it was a week ago but not significantly but there is a consistent gap between how people are judging the governor of their state versus how they're judging president trump hi Dan always great to have you thanks so much that's Dan Balz chief correspondent at The Washington

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Support for the LGBTQ Community is on the Rise in the US

Thank God I'm Atheist

05:37 min | 5 months ago

Support for the LGBTQ Community is on the Rise in the US

"Comparing numbers in in this Will REPORT BETWEEN Sort of how support for the. Lgbtq community has shifted between the years. Two Thousand Fifteen and two thousand nineteen right just a four year period. Okay Yeah that's that's not a huge period. Not a huge period. But it's very interesting. They surveyed more than forty thousand Americans. Small it's not small and they've found that seventy two percent of this group said that they they favored nondiscrimination protections for lesbian gay bisexual transgender People and that was in two thousand nineteen study seventy percent great so you can like that. Wow like amazing levels of support when you think about how far we've come since early two thousands so that's that's really remarkable and And something to be really really happy about but there's something in these numbers knew there was a but I knew that but is shocking and mildly. Hard to put your hat. Wrap your head around okay. During the same period the number of people who said they oppose allowing small businesses to refuse products and services to gays if doing so would violate their religious beliefs In Two Thousand Sixteen These the which was the highest point right at sixty one percent of Americans said that this this you know they're they're an opposition to this make sense. It's not fair it's not write. This number is dropped from two thousand sixteen right to fifty six percent in two thousand nineteen. Yeah and and this is surprising. People are I I'm a little taken aback by this. That the numbers could shift like that It's just five percentage points but like still right like I here's the problem The messaging on the wrong side of this issue is so good. It's their messaging is easy. It's just religious freedom. Yeah exactly. This is a country that has religious freedom. Yeah and the messaging on the other side isn't getting through which is just if you practice it you know if you're open to for business in the United States you're open for everybody right and that's the end. I know it's it's a really funny thing. And and what they're looking at in this article is they're talking about specifically the cases that were sort of out there in the news do with like cakes for weddings and so Yes you was linked to gay marriage and so the support of gay marriage and and so people that they were seeing. No that's not fair. That's not right. Let it up. But you're right. They as soon as the religious right lost on the gay marriage issue and saw the numbers like the support out. There in the public is so high right right. They know that they're not going to win that. And they're just going to look like dicks right and they're not gonna get the thing that they their their plan. B which is they want to be able to discriminate against gay people in some fashion right right and if they held on hard to keep fighting gay marriage gay marriage gay marriage they'd look like dicks right would lose favor on these other issues and the public's opinion would be solidified. They're actually really. They deftly shifted their focus. This issue And it looks like we've got some work to do because this is so fucking wrong right and I don't get how people can how they don't see this right. If you support marriage right at a at a rate of seventy two percent of this country right supporting gay people in equality in equal rights just in rights. You don't have to go to their wedding. Yeah just have to like the FA you just have to be okay with people having equality. How can there be this disparity right in other sort of other rights the rights to go about your life and to go and get goods and services at any business that's opened generally to the public? Yeah but that's the problem is that they couch it as a right. I have the right not to serve people that I don't want to. I have a right to discriminate. Great and when he's a stylish that you don't really well but we've established that you have the right to hate them and you have the right to be addict about it. But the problem is the People. Don't understand what the what being you know hanging out a shingle means what it means to say. I've opened a business to the public. Right we gotta we gotta get on the

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The Cities Are Dying

In The Thick

06:08 min | 5 months ago

The Cities Are Dying

"Our L. Ryan? We're GONNA start with you because on Sunday or Vo's the poor state of Mississippi dealt with tornadoes that ravaged the state eleven people died as a result on top of having to deal with the pandemic so in terms of covert nineteen while the number of reported cases in Mississippi is lower than in places like New York and Michigan for example Detroit. It's still impacting communities of color very intensely. Yeah that's correct Maria And so even though. The state of Mississippi has relatively fewer cases in places like New York. We report last week that Mississippi actually has the highest rate of hospitalizations in the country. A lot of our cases Jackson of course in Hinds County is the epicenter. But you know we're seeing a lot of cases in places like the Mississippi Delta which are majority black and you know the impacts here are the same as we're seeing in places like Chicago Milwaukee where even though African Americans are not the majority of the overall population the majority of both cody cases and deaths are black so mississippi fifty six percent of all the the the cove in nineteen cases have been African Americans and in seventy two percent of all of all debts in so compounded on top of that Maria you talked about the tornadoes that we just experienced over the weekend. So you know we were telling people shelter at home and now people You know people have been displaced from their shelters and we're going to have to figure out like where do we actually house people? Actually the safety protocols that we would normally go through in a disaster like this. They won't be able to to happen as quickly. Because of the the cove protocols and so even our our overall numbers are low. I mean we're we're definitely seeing a disproportionate impact on places like Mississippi to have large black populations and communities with high concentrations of poverty. Thanks for that Ryan and then Detroit a city where we've talked about this in the thick we we had. Stephen Live a city where systemic racism and poverty. They have a long history. The pandemic has really taken a toll. Michigan as of now has the third most cases in the country and Detroit as one of the blackest and most segregated cities in the country is the epicenter of Michigan. Forty percent of the deaths have been black people. Jeez the only make up fourteen percent of the state's population. This is all according to the Michigan Disease Surveillance System and vital records. But then it's even more severe in Detroit Stephen. Right because the black population is seventy seven percent of Cova nineteen fatalities so steven. What's going on in Detroit and across your state? Yeah I mean for starters. It is just so sad. You're right now. It's really hard. I think to convey the depth of that emotion without without you being here to kind of feel it and see it. The city is is suffering is feels like the city is dying in in some very real ways because of the extent to which this is affecting us and of course. There are the familiar dynamics of systemic racism and systemic poverty. That have made it a lot easier for something like corona virus to affect people in our city very differently one of the most glaring examples I think is the the policy of water shut offs which yeah one of the worst ideas we've ever had here in the city of Detroit as a way to increase revenues to the water department. A few years ago they started again shutting off water to people who don't pay which means that a lot of people who don't have the ability to pay don't have freshwater in their houses and of course because poverty affects African Americans in a more profound way than it does other populations and because the city is so heavily African American. That means you have a lot of black people. Poor black people who didn't have access to water when this started. I think about what we're telling people you need to do to not get the corona virus. Wash your hands wash your hands. Wash your hands. Well if you don't have freshwater. Yep there's really no way to do that I could go on and on and on other examples of things that affect black people more right at make something like this more dangerous and it just it caught us. Flat-footed we we. We were not because of the way that we've dealt with these problems for our community for such a long time. We were not in a position to be able to toward this off to make sure that that a lot of people didn't get it. Also think of the ways in which poor people are not able to isolate this idea. Stay away from everybody. Don't go to the store. Don't go visit people at that. Looks really different when you are trying to to get by day to day and there are a Lotta people in this city who are and they have to do things they have to. They have to earn money. You or they have to go buy things at the store and they can you know. I go grocery shopping right now. I shopped for two or three weeks. Yeah not everybody's able to do that and an right so you just have of this mixture of of things that have made this wicked for Detroit. Yeah Stephen you say this is kind of revealing the ways in which we've dealt with these things in the past and then I think of my time in Detroit like deep in Detroit and I'm like the thing is is that it wasn't being dealt with before and what I mean it is that I mean abandoned communities poor communities where the poverty is staring you right in the face and there's the whole issue of you know if you don't see it it's not

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Coronavirus Impacts Apple's iPhone Sales

News, Traffic and Weather

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

Coronavirus Impacts Apple's iPhone Sales

"The virus has had a dramatic effect on the sales of apple's signature product KeyBanc capital says U. S. sales of iPhones fell fifty six percent last month compared to a year ago and online sales haven't made up for the loss of sales from apple stores which are closed because of the outbreak KeyBanc also says people buying iPhones are leaning toward cheaper models rather than shelling out nearly four

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US job losses surge as world leaders urge Easter distancing

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

US job losses surge as world leaders urge Easter distancing

"As she stood at the White House briefing room podium I see a lot of men in the audience today I just wanna remind them about the importance of health care Deborah Brooks reeled off numbers of people who've been tested for the virus noting that fifty six percent are women and fewer than a third are positive forty four percent male twenty three percent positive her message to men if you have symptoms that you should be tested and make sure that you are tested we appreciate you engaging in that saga remained on the Washington

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U.K.'s main opposition Labour Party votes in new leader

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

U.K.'s main opposition Labour Party votes in new leader

"To the UK the main opposition labor party has a new leader care Starmer has been named labor leader the party said today as Starmer won the polls with more than fifty six percent of the vote by party members he succeeds Jeremy Corbett who led labour to defeat in the summer

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I Moved - Moving Day

Talk, Tales and Trivia

07:44 min | 6 months ago

I Moved - Moving Day

"Hello this is Stephanie. And this is talk tales and Trivia the show I talked about pop culture and Trivia. Listen I love to research pop culture trivia and I love to share that information with you so that you can stump your family and friends. It is so much fun on today's episode. I thought I would talk about moving something that I did quite recently. Listen moving is never easy and we don't have to pretend we all know that is something maybe perhaps you would use the word chore that we don't like to do but we always love to get our places are new places all fixed up and looking great but the actual moving day is so hard but let me start with a little history. I well on average more than forty million people move each year and the United States. Did you know that it is estimated that eighty percent of those moves occur between April and September? While why is that well? This is referred to as peak season. Well why is that during this time? The demand for movers is very high especially in June July and August which tend to be the busiest months. Well why is that well? I'll tell you it's obvious that the spring and Summer seasons are easier and less harsh for moving because of the weather right. The weather is beautiful and those spring and Summer seasons perfect for moving well from the colonial times up until World War Two may. I was moving day the one day a year when people and New York City specifically moved it said that the tradition came from the Dutch. Who set out from Manhattan on May first and therefore celebrate each year by swapping homes on this day while layer landlords had to notify their tenants of rent increases on February first which would take effect three months later at nine A. M. Precisely tenants. Wade until may first to move and the streets would be filled with quote moving vans and quote. Long Island. Farmers Wagons led by horses clogging up the city streets and creating complete penumonia while I can believe that in eighteen ninety the city started to regulate moving rates and it costs two dollars per one horse truckload within two miles and a whopping fifty cents per extra mile. That was a lot back then. Even schools were closed on May first. That's how serious this day was as it was estimated that a million people moved simultaneously at the height of moving day. May I by the end of the nineteenth century? Many New Yorkers spent their summers in the suburbs and who wouldn't so beautiful and they moved upon their return making October first a second moving day well when World War Two began it was nearly impossible to find enough moving men on one day that one day so the tradition began to lose steam and once Rent Control. Went into effect shortly after the custom was erased. Completely well did you know that Quebec Canada still has a moving day. July first is moving day for most residents in that area and it is also Canada Day which just adds to the chaos. Well do you live an apartment or a house? Well apartments tend to offer greater proximity to public transit and to the city type activities that we love so much they typically have less space and so are less expensive to rent heat and cool they also have on site amenities like a gym a pool and a common area just like mine does and they almost always come with maintenance and yard services which is really great. Because I don't WanNa show snow or mo any lawn at all. Renting a house on the other hand means you're more likely to have a yard which is important if you have kids or pets and if you've got big pets they're more likely allowed a rental house than an apartment sure. Another major advantage of houses is the privacy. Yep you're less likely to hear the neighbors through the walls and you'll probably have plenty of room to park your car on the downside. You may be responsible for snow removal and mowing and other yard maintenance that I hate so much well. Did you know in the West thirty? Three percent of renters are apartments in the mid west. Forty four percent of renters are in apartments in the south well houses do dominate and just twenty seven percent of renters are in apartments and the northeast here where I am. Apartments rule making up fifty six percent of housing for current renters. These numbers aren't shocking. The Northeast where I am his amore densely populated area so it makes sense that renters find themselves more often in multifamily housing units. Well the West includes lots of rural land outside major metropolitan areas like Los Angeles that makes standalone houses more affordable. The lower cost of living in the south has the same effect. So what social media do you have your pictures on the pictures of your move on or do you have pictures of your move on any social media platforms? I love facebook and I have my pictures on facebook all the time of everything I do but where do you have yours? Where are Americans most likely to share pictures of their moving day adventures? Well it's facebook my favorite but the number two and three positions are interesting. People in the northeast are slightly more likely than everyone else to post on instagram. Western renters are the most likely to not be on social media at all. Mid Westerners are the most likely to be posting on twitter. Have you moved recently? Well it's a great great excuse to do some spring cleaning it really is and I will tell you about two weeks or so before I moved. This time I did a could will run with twelve bags of clothes. That feels so good to get rid of all of the stuff that you thought that you wanted and you needed. But you really discovered that you didn't have you moved into a new neighborhood. Well I did last week and I will tell you something you are never prepared for. This is something that you really have to think about and so was last week. I thought I was ready. I thought I was all prepared. And then I found out that I just wasn't the moving van came and I had just woken up and it was just well. Chaos utter chaos. I would say and of course like I've always had every move. I have more things than I thought I had. And it was a crazy crazy time trying to get everything coordinated but finally finally I did and that felt so good do now let me pose you a question here. Let me ask you. Do you consider the day that you move to be harder than the day after the day that you leave your old apartment and move stuff into your new apartment. Put the day after is just as hard for some. It is hard because that's when the work begins. That's when the unpacking boxes and the putting up of clothes and items really take hold and you have to be prepared for that so I would suggest unlike what I did. Get your rest and get set to move because it is going to be a long day.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"With no troubles. Alternate side suspended today for holy Thursday. I'm Jeff Jensen next report. Four to one on ten ten wins wins news time one fifty two down the AccuWeather four day forecast meteorologist, Brian Thompson. With this live report. Also couple of showers the way across the area early this morning lane. But most of the activists around is very lights while the mostly cloudy sky, low forty eight early this morning later on today. Cloudy, cooler, a little bit of rain or drizzle around a high of fifty nine tonight, mostly cloudy, breezy and mild temperatures, really don't drop much at all. We may drop a degree or two in the evening temperatures slowly rise overnight. So a warm start to the day on Friday. It's going to be a warm day. Overall, a high near seventy with mostly cloudy sky, showers, thunder storms moving through the area, especially the head into the afternoon and even more so into Friday nights when we could have some flooding downpours along with. So those thunderstorms Saturday, mostly cloudy, periods of rain, a high of sixty six rain all the time though. Especially in the afternoon, we may. May see more breaks in the action and Easter Sunday doesn't look all that bad. Still a couple of spotty showers around a fair amount of clouds. But again a lot of day will be dry with a high of sixty five fifty one degrees with light rain in central park. Fifty six percent and the wind is calm repeat of temperature fifty one and going down to forty eight midtown. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Brian Thompson on the York's weather station content. Win brings news time. One fifty three. Hey, New York, Sean Lowe here wanna reward yourself for surviving. Another winter do what the lows do escape to the blue skies white sand and warm Gulf waters of Florida's paradise coast Naples, Marco island and the Everglades plan your visited explore your paradise dot com. Check your vehicle's engine with Castrol edge full synthetic motor oil right now at a wily auto parts get five cars and a witch filter for thirty three ninety nine plus get a fifteen dollar gift card and one hundred fifty over words point O. Reilly auto parts, better parts, better prices every day limits applies. See store for details. Parts wins. News time one fifty four new concern about hazing on college. Campuses sparked by death at the university of buffalo. President of the school announcing the passing of eighteen year old Sebastian Seraphin bizarre been in critical condition on life support for several days. More from guardsmen Lindsay Davis. Police say they received a nine one one call late Thursday night from the sigma pi fraternity house neighbors claim they saw several young men carry out a body of a man who appeared to be unconscious. Speaking up jets confessions giving.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four I a couple tweets because I'm actually looking on Twitter to get some get some feedback from things we're talking about. Bleep. You know do stuff talk about the game. And I'm like, okay. What would you like to talk about with the game? You people are so mad. So so with the game. And I I believe I'm Marie on the record right now. They're winning. They're winning the game on Sunday and a win on the arms of Nick foles, the arms in the heart of Nick foles would say what I love about Twitter, right? People get on Twitter, and I see some of these questions are they see a tweet or quote from the show that's on our shows page, right? And they just think that's the show for four hours. Well, if you actually tuned in and stay tuned in you with here that we're talking about many different things from different angles. Yeah. We've talked about several things today. I totally honest. We we talk about we talk a lot of different things over the course of the show. And if you think that we can come out on Wednesday and just strictly breakdown a game. That's on Sunday say NFL matchup. Yeah. It's not. It's not a show station. It's it's it's not what we're doing on a Wednesday. We gotta mix in a couple of different things. So like, I said if you wanna talk about the game eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four I'll talk about whether you want to talk about Nick foles. Yeah. I would start him over drew Brees. If I had a choice, drew Brees, Nick foles. What's the exact wording here ban as the half? Who would you rather have on Sunday? So no, we're not asking Nick foles. A better quarterback drew Brees in his career. We're not asking you. You'd rather for the next three years. All were asking is with the way, dick falls is playing. Now this Sunday who'd starting for you in this game yet how he's playing right now how he plays in playoff games. How he plays in big pressure momentarily plays on this team with with this team about Nick foles, if he goes somewhere else, we're talking about Nick foles on this team that just as coming off the Super Bowl, right? What do we have seven thousand votes? I think seventy five hundred votes on this. And what is it fifty six percent up? Fifty six percent say Nick foles in. Listen, I believe that. I would I rather have starting on Sunday it falls. Yeah. Appreciate your Nikki six. But. Thank you to you. And a couple of other callers wanted to back me into a corner today. I'm not gonna take Nick Volks, even though I voted for him on our poll aided. Yeah. I'm taking drew Brees because any sane person. Any circumstance would take drew Brees over Nick foles? Well, I mean, I may date drew Brees over Carson Wentz for that matter. Well for one game. Of course, you are. I mean, quite frankly. Maybe one two. Can I absolutely say without question? There's only one quarterback that I would say without question. I would take over drew Brees in a one game scenario. And that's Tom Brady Tom Brady. Don't give me Aaron Rodgers don't give me big band. Don't give me any of those other guys. And listen, I know drew Brees is only one one Super Bowl. I get. I get all of that. But if you're asking me who I would feel the most comfortable with. And a one game scenario. There's only one quarterback in this league. I would take over drew Brees. Nick foles beat him last year. So that that sounds good to me beat them head the head last year, by the way, drew Brees. I mean was it even the century. He won that last Super Bowl ten years. Mr. Reese, it's been awhile. It's been awhile great great quarterback. No doubt about it. And one of the top quarterback certainly this generation and people will say all time, and he's still playing at a very high level one game. Nick has something going on with this team. Solid. Take that's question. Number one, eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four and my my my on the news today is that why I'm saying that I'm my to eagled up..

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on First Things First

"Fifty four to fifty six percent from the field every single series and he's doing it and the raptors with a lot of help in this series with a little bit of help in the pacers series with no help in not to mention the game winning shots at the buzzer the game seven heroics like this is i don't know how you could write a script for a more impressive individual run up to an nba finals than the one lebron is two games away from writing it's been very impressive the consistency level he really can't afford to have an off night i think he's basically had to off nights in the three series and and those are just those are nights a good night in the nba for an nba player it's been very impressive overall shot making how he's at different levels finishing at the rim left our right hand finishing above the rim either dunking intermediate jump shot post gain would is back to the basket shooting behind the arc even shooting from the free throw line all those things that he's done at a very very high level and been so consistent and there's no person mba is face more pressure than lebron james last twenty years in to consistently do it playing eighty two games followed up by what he's doing in the playoffs is it's very very impressive it's always hard to compare players like this with other players but it's definitely been one of the most impressive playoff runs that we've seen he's got in these.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Throw you running for your life but the reality is if i said i'll give you a thousand bucks to hit a jump shot and you can either shoot a free throw or a fade away jumper from the corner we're all gonna shoot free throws and so how do i build a routine where when i can i throw the ball exactly the same every single time josh was fifty six percent at wyoming the more tape by watch the more impressed i am that he was fifty six percent why that because what's happening on the other side of the threat there's two sides of it right that's what he's doing with the ball where he's throwing it and then there's what's happening and so in my opinion what happened is you've got very little separation and you've got different route depths and so it's really hard to anticipate and we know some guy's who played in the nfl and had great careers who don't have strong arms i do not think you have to have a giant arm to be able to play in the league but when there's not that separation were timing then you have to throw the ball late and he throws the ball really hard and it's really cold there so it ends up being really difficult to manufacture completions in the nfl throwing no me understanding the type of talent he's going to be around and then watching him for the last couple of months he can throw it into sedation he can separate people he can throw people open so it's just going to become a repetition thing and for mechanics can you do it over and over again jordan palmer here on the rich eisen show the layperson hearing that would say that's an excuse making i'll be honest hundred percent and evaluate or might understand that language right there what do you think it is going on right now with the evaluation are they seeing what you're seeing or or might have just be the idea that you're trying to cover up for whatever this young man might like to be the first overall pick in this year's draft.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"You may have sat there and i thought for a minute i don't usually write op eds but i took to facebook and i said the city in the media are quick to point to higher boehner turnout compared to previous muny elections held in april but is that really the benchmark not if you know the assembly previously voted to move elections to november when voter turnout is routinely over fifty percent and we would have split the cost with the state that action was quickly reversed when liberals came back into power instead they push for a vote by mail on a municipal level to coincide with automatic voter registration on the state level not political rights and don't buy the narrative this is this election was cheaper because it was not one would have to break the numbers down further but a click quick glance at the numbers show an overall fifty six percent voter turnout in the last governor's race so the real benchmark for me is we have to watch for november and say what what is the voter turnout but they're saying here if we broach thirty percent if we broach thirty five percent we've smashed all records not really because the anchorage assembly had already passed a law saying we were going to run a concurrent election the same time put it on the same state ballot and we would just split the cost with the state of course we'd have to work out the details on how to do that but we could have done it because i'm telling you right now the last governor's race in two thousand fourteen the voter turnout was fifty six percent so if we break fifty six percent then i would say yeah you can measure that as potentially being very successful but if we don't reach the numbers that the state routinely reaches i don't think they can claim that quite yet let's go to the phones and chris is on the phone hey chris i mean thank you for inviting me yesterday straight talk so you know that was right up my wheelhouse had so much fun.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on KKAT

"To frame the president that's that goes beyond political partisanship and so i can see democrats saying no to that but 44 percent believe enough is out there towards a special prosecutor who would be looking for what crimes which would be coordinating to frame the president with false information so it's interesting and remember it was uh may of last year that the poll was taken were fifty six percent of democrats believed in the pew research poll i believe it was the fifty six percent of democrats believe that uh the russians were actually able to change the vote count of the elections which of course never been any evidence of that whatsoever well we've never even had that we know of any state uh election officials come out and say this happened here and we believe it's the result of foreign intervened right right now they believe that they were toward that that they were monitored by by the russians states believe but nobody has nobody everybody said melvin novotes no no kind of votes were change and then like that but uh so that you know that the that to me is important to show that when you had as much propaganda as you've had over the last thirteen fourteen months to not have a majority of people believe that uh oh trump was improperly surveilled you go from that point on if democrats her scared about what's going on that's one of the reasons well and end there's the i think the the big picture and that is the why the why the democrats are are are basically scrambling right now if you look at what's going on with.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"So it's interesting and remember it was uh may of last year that the poll was taken were fifty six percent of democrats believed in the pew research poll i believe it was that fifty six percent of democrats believe that uh the russians were actually able to change the vote count of the elections which of course never been any evidence of that whatsoever well we've never even had that we know of any state uh election officials come out and say this happened here and we believe it's the result of foreign intervened right right now they believe that they were toward that that they were monitored by by the russians slice states believe at but nobody has nobody of everybody said no but it novotes no no kind of votes were change and then like that but uh so that you know that the that to me is important to show that when you had as much propaganda as you've had over the last thirteen fourteen months to not have a majority of people believed that uh oh trump was improperly surveilled you go from that point on if democrats her scared about what's going on that's one of the reasons well and in there's the i think the the big picture and that is the why the debt why the democrats are are are basically scrambling right now if you look at what's going on with the shift memo my question.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"To follow everything that close room in the manusha every day of all the russian collusion never knew that comes out just remember 'cause it it gets to the point you know the latest on on donald trump jr in weekly leaks and all this just remember for any any accusation it's authored they're made there may be potential wrongdoing remembered that the question is though the question is remember the original allegation that the trump campaign colluded with the russians to hacked the election and anything else may be an offshoot that about something completely different but remember that was the original allegation that was pounded on months that got to the point by may were fifty six percent of republicans that were poll exunion democrats are repolled said that nato actually change the numbers in the ally and very important member with the original allegd was for which actually was would got the the impetus to get a special prosecutor even though nobody could defined what the actual crime is right so they'll have good point and say we know that that crime happened and we don't know who wall was involved responsible they could he point to the crime in first place or even potentially what the crime would had ben right except for the fact that they hacked the election but when will hack how right do yo do they changed the numbers nobody could explain that even what led if they in here's the problem in today's world when you say hack it took on a number of things i mean in a technically speaking if you're talking about hacking that's illegal activity right and so we do have laws against that so that's the idea while were they actually pointing to a crime or they using this uh pop culture type of approach and using that word haluk uh uh which you know can be done i mean if you watch on anything on social media we're going to hack the rest he's here or 15 hacks to help clean your home well okay what are you talking about hacking the election because if you're saying specifically but they got into the.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye a jeff sessions attorney general testifying before congress has will have some audio in fact the audio with uh uh jim jordan coming up following the top of the hour apparently democrats not pleased with them and republicans not pleased with him as imagine by the way with with any act of it went to to follow everything that goes through meenu show every day of all the russian collusion everything that comes out member because it it gets to the point you know the latest on on donald trump jr and weekly leaks and all this just remember for any any accusation it's out there there may there may be potential wrongdoing remembered that the question is though the question is remember the original allegation that the trump campaign colluded with the russians to hacked the election and anything else may be an offshoot that his about something completely different but remember that was the original allegation that was bounded on for months gouging by may were fifty six percent of republicans that were poll assuming of democrats are were polled said that the russians actually changed the numbers in the election very important with the original allegation was for which actually was would got the the impetus to get a special prosecutor even though nobody could find what the actual crime us right so they'll have component and say we know that that crime happened and we don't know who wall was involved responsible they could even point john crime in first place but what is potentially what the crime would had begged been right except for the fact that they hacked the election but when you x what how right do uh uh change the numbers navy could explain that even what good if they ate and in here's the problem in today's world when you say hack it took on a number of things i mean in a technically speaking if you're talking about packing bats ill saudi right and so we do have laws against that so that's the idea while were they actually pointing to a crime or they using this uh pop culture type a new approach and using that word hack john uh which you know can be done i mean if you watch on anything on social media we're going to hack the recipes here are fifth hacks.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on KKAT

"Of the population that isn't part of the parties that that that may be part of the partisan build donald trump folks but even a ton of independence had say and look at this and say weill the democrats actually attempted to de legitimize an election by saying that it was rigged that trump colluded with the russians to hacked the election where fifty six percent of democrats believe that was true and it was falls and what we find out is a promoter that whole thing by indirectly colluding with the russians and using russian disinformation to make that claim against donald trump exactly what they accused trump of doing they're doing and people don't like that because then you're messing with the institute got messing with the daytoday politics you're messing with the institutions of america right the star go ahead put this out because that's a message it you're giving we don't care about the rule of law that's the message that you're putting out to a significant portion of america the rule of law does in matter to watts any accusation is okay even if it's live in later on that we were doing what we accused him of doing well when you get caught doing that the american public looks at you insane you're trying to destabilise american institutions you've tried to de legitimize a legitimate election be because you lost and so you accused of person of treason when by your own definition of treason you committed that same act as you noticed i say by their definition of treason right you can it'd the act that you accused the opposition candidate of doing and it may have and go further to the point of american ends rights were violated americans were wiretapped americans were unmasked and members of the opposition administration in the opposite party were monitoring what was going on with the opposition in a presidential election that is growing with the institutions of america such dire stay on that stay on this go ahead don't be mad at fox news for painted at fox pull that off the happy fox did it right because it will get the reaction that it should get people being upset that here's a guy just missed had tell whatever lie i want draw would whatever allegation i want go ahead spend your money doing that but we know you're a liar i want to getting we do have.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on WCHS

"Of the hardest that that that may be part of the partisan we don't donald trump folks but even a ton of independence had say and look at this and say while the democrats actually attempted to de legitimize an election by saying that it was rigged that trump colluded with the russians to hacked the election were fifty six percent of democrats believe that was true and it was falls and what we find out is a promoted that whole thing by indirectly colluding with the russians and using russian disinformation to make that claim against donald trump exactly what they accused trump of doing they're doing and people don't like that because then you're messing with the institute you're not messing with the daytoday politics you're messing with the institutions of america right star go ahead put this out because that's a message it you're giving we don't care about the rule of law that's the message that you're putting out to a significant portion of america the rule of law does in matter chew watts any accusation is o k even if it's live in later on that we were doing what we accused him of doing well when you get caught doing that the american public looks at you insane you're trying to destabilise american institute to to sion's you tried to delegitimize a legitimate election because you lost and so you accused a person of treason when by your own definition of treason you committed that same act as you noticed i say by their definition of treason right you committed the act that you accused the position candidate of doing and it may have and go further to the point of americans rights were violated americans were wiretapped americans were unmasked and members of the opposition administration and the opposite party were monitoring what was going on with the opposition in a presidential election that is growing with the institutions of america so style stay on that stay on this go ahead don't be mad at fox news for playing at fox pulled it off be happy fox did it right because it will get the reaction that it should get people being upset that here's a guy just missed had tell whatever lie i want throughout whatever allegation i want go ahead spend your money doing that but we know you're.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Of of uh the the the collusion then it went to okay the campaign colluded not to hacked the election even though remember the police came out about five months ago that said fifty six percent of democrats believe that the russians hacked the election and we're able to change the numbers right remember that this fifty six percent of democrats polled that shows you again how disinformation can be used and not only again what it ended up being used the majority of it was not actually during the campaign but it was used after he became president to discredit this president uh to make him not a legitimate president because remember when fifty six percent of people believe when fifty six percent of a political party in a poll actually believe that the russians hacked the actual election machines now nobody ever said that what they said was they hacked the election right which means the same thing but the message was communicated to demnark two to democrats out there that that what happened if dr stand the seriousness of the allegations that they made against trump were fifty six percent of democrats believed it and it was done too make it so you could the dead so democrats could make the claim that he's not a legit president who is also used from from the the point where democrats could then say he committed treason he's a treasonous person uh what's i can think of our for name from california has said that many times one of the reasons needs to be impeach i can think of her name right maxine waters and has said that and and so that was the seriousness of it and here we are now here we are ten months later and now the allegations with these specific allegations of what was done out there uh it's completely the opposite it's the people that were making the allegations of that party that now the allegations of collusions collusion with the russians to use russia russian disinformation in order to attempt to change an election and then the legitimacy all of an elected president of the united states to help destroy his legitimacy wow and that does include the russian uh the uranium deal or anything else right although it all basically lumps together if you think about the actions of the clintons uh what the russians may have been trying to do in one hillary to win it.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The russians hacked the actual election machines now nobody ever said that what they said was they hacked the election right which means the same thing but the message was communicated to denmark to to democrats out there that that's what happened if dander stand the seriousness of the allegations that they made against trump were fifty six percent of democrats believed it and it was done too make it so you could the dead so democrats could make the claim that he's not a legit president it was also used over from from mother the point where democrats would then say he committed treason he's a treasonous person uh what i can think of our for name from california has said that many times one of the reasons needs to be impeach i can think of her name right maxine waters and has said that and and so that was the seriousness of it and here we are now here we are ten months later and now the allegations with these specific allegations of what was done out there uh it's completely the opposite it's the people that were making the allegations of that party that now the allegations of collusions collusion with the russians do use rusty russian disinformation in order to attempt to change an election and then the legitimacy all of and elected president of the united states to help destroy his legitimacy while and it does include the russian uh the uranium deal or anything else right although it all basically lumps together if you think about the actions of the clintons uh what the russians may have been trying to do in wanting hillary to win it uh hiring bill for five hundred thousand who was at the made the comment the other day bet he won't get paid for about five hundred thousand to go to russia today i i bet they'll be no tens of millions of donations right from the russians to the clinton foundation why they've play they have no influence and and so when you while when you when you think about that when you saw the story of the day to the.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The the the collusion then it went to okay the campaign colluded not to hacked the election even though remember the police came out about five months ago that said fifty six percent of democrats believe that the russians hacked the election and were able to change the numbers right remember that deaths fifty six percent of democrats pole that shows you again how disinformation can be used and not only again what it ended up being used the majority of it was not actually during the camp pain but it was used after he became president to discredit this president uh to make him not a legitimate president because remember when fifty six percent of people believe when fifty six percent of a political party in a poll actually believe that the russians hacked the actual election machines now nobody ever said that what they said was they hacked the election right which means the same thing but the message was communicated to denmark to to democrats out there that that's what happened if dander stand the seriousness of the allegations that they made against trump were fifty six percent of democrats believed it and it was done too make it so you could the dead so democrats could make the claim that he's not a legit president it was also used over from from uh the the point where democrats would then say he committed treason he's a treasonous person uh what i can think of her for name from california has said that many times one of the reasons needs to be impeach i can think of her name right maxine waters and has said that and and so that was a series the solvit and here we are now here we are ten months later and now the allegations with these specific allegations of what was done out there uh it's completely the opposite it's the people that were making the allegations of that party that now the allegations of collusions collusion with the russians to use rusty russian disinformation in order to attempt to change an election and then the legitimacy.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The people in this country have given these guys an opportunity to and to have a great vision and change the country for the better than undoing doing it that's their problem it is that's exactly right and i'll tell you this sean i will never let you doubt what you see is what you get with me you get a strong conservative woman with a backbone of aisle who believes in small government low tax it hurts no responsibility and following the constitution i will never stray from the principle and that's why i will be an effective legislator when i get to washington dc and while all why i will be able to keep the promises that i'm may on the campaign trail so chuck schumer had a smirk on his face yesterday thing at all it's going to be much easier to win how would be easier win when you're beating jeff flake the incumbent by twenty six points i mean i'm trying to understand that mentality well you know democrat liberal logic defies reality no i think there's some truth to the tow now you might not have support from people like mitch mcconnell and the money that they raise for the senatorial campaign committee are you going to be able to transcend that difficulty of if mcconnell acts the way he those by though is a pullout today fifty six percent of republicans want mitch mcconnell to resign when you know mitch mcconnell and his you know his attack packed the senate leadership on uh they they may have made a lot of mistakes look what happened in alabama they backed luther strange and the people back judge roy moore so they were wrong in alabama and they are going to be wrong again in arizona i think i should actually get with the program get with the people so that we can get good at strong conservative into washington dc to do the job that needs to be done quit trying to protect your own political future and whatever it is you're trying to hold on you and get the job done that the american eagle are demanding or i we really appreciate you being where listen i think you deserve a lot of credit i think the polls of the reason that snowflake got out of the.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The people in this country have given these guys an opportunity to have a great vision and change the country for the better than not doing it that's their problem it is that's exactly right and i'll tell you this sean i will never let you doubt what you see is what you get with me you get a strong conservative woman with a backbone of he'll he'll believes in small government low tax a personal responsibility and following the constitution i will never stray from the principle and that's why i will be an effective legislator once i get to washington dc and while all why i will be able to keep the promises that i made on the campaign trail so chuck schumer had a smirk on his face yesterday thing at all it's going to be much easier to win how would it be easier win when you're beating jeff flake the incumbent by twenty six points i mean i'm trying to understand dan that mentality well you know democrat liberal logic that igf eyes reality no i think there's some truth to the tow now you might not have support from people like mitch mcconnell and the money that they raise for the senatorial campaign committee are you going to be able to transcend that difficulty of if mcconnell acts the way he does by though is a polo today fifty six percent of republicans want mitch mcconnell to resign when you know mitch mcconnell and his you know his attack packed defendant readership find uh they they may have made a lot of mistakes look what happened in alabama they backed luther strange and the people back judge roy moore so they were wrong in alabama and they are going to be wrong again in arizona i.

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"fifty six percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The form of justise winslow shot changed or did he just make half of his shots let all homer migraines become man with those further in slow man of the shards in mark's got him fixing every elbows tied up barely year the only want seeing the elbow thing because seventy seven percent of the art if you'd said he just made up his shot stanley johnson incidentally did not make ever shots last night started disease and over thirteen congratulations to stay on the job desirable was way out there is open the l a breakfast soup fifty six percent of the audience said no arc keep off the grass signs the handiwork of the devil or are browse seventy two percent of the audience said yes were you surprised that still god's did it know what gritz work fifty four percent under the audience said no who wins of football game a team of nfl tight ends a team of nfl quarterbacks the team of nfl wide receivers a team of nfl defensive tackles we got to bring that question back tomorrow we did discuss that enough today it was close wide receivers came in second place first place thirty six percent of the vote went ju nfl's best tight ads three question reduces it is yes if you took all the best players from a single position or made one football team out of it which position would have the best thing is the rick pitino vampire interview one of the worst things the show is ever done fifty six percent of the audy it said no four percent during the family feud are you through now the other forty four presenting heard kellyanne burns joe bugner in verse in kellyanne though i will never recover getting another you'll never diligent swings baby we are going down with another big swings with are you confuse why texas tech has never been good of defense fifty four percent of the.

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