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Biden vaccine rule for health workers blocked in 10 states
"A a week week before before the the deadline deadline for for mandatory mandatory vaccines vaccines of of federal federal judges judges blocked blocked the the bike bike did did ministration ministration from from requiring requiring millions millions of of health health care care workers workers to to get get coded coded shots shots ten ten state state to to challenge challenge the the president's president's healthcare healthcare worker worker vaccine vaccine mandate mandate affecting affecting millions millions of of workers workers in in seventy seventy six six thousand thousand facilities facilities like like nursing nursing homes homes and and home home care care agencies agencies that that receive receive funding funding from from Medicare Medicare or or Medicaid Medicaid the the ten ten states states led led mostly mostly by by Republicans Republicans were were granted granted a a preliminary preliminary injunction injunction by by a a federal federal judge judge in in St St Louis Louis who who said said the the centers centers for for Medicare Medicare and and Medicaid Medicaid had had no no clear clear authority authority from from Congress Congress to to enact enact a a vaccine vaccine mandate mandate and and was was overstepping overstepping its its power power Missouri's Missouri's Attorney Attorney General General spearheaded spearheaded the the lawsuit lawsuit and and accuses accuses the the administration administration of of using using the the corona corona virus virus as as a a tool tool for for control control over over people people another another Cordy Cordy placed placed a a freeze freeze on on another another administration administration rule rule that that would would require require businesses businesses with with more more than than a a hundred hundred workers workers to to either either mandate mandate vaccines vaccines or or conduct conduct weekly weekly testing testing I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Jan. 6 panel sets contempt vote for former DOJ official
"Hi hi Mike Mike Ross Ross you're you're reporting reporting the the house house January January six six paddle paddle schedules schedules a a contempt contempt vote vote for for a a former former DOJ DOJ official official a a house house committee committee investigating investigating the the January January sixth sixth insurrection insurrection of of the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol has has scheduled scheduled a a vote vote for for Wednesday Wednesday on on whether whether to to hold hold a a former former justice justice department department lawyer lawyer Jeffrey Jeffrey Clark Clark in in contempt contempt Clark Clark appeared appeared for for a a deposition deposition on on November November fifth fifth but but he he told told the the panel panel he he would would not not answer answer questions questions based based partly partly on on former former president president Donald Donald trump's trump's legal legal efforts efforts to to block block the the committee's committee's investigation investigation Clark Clark is is one one of of more more than than forty forty people people the the committee committee has has subpoenaed subpoenaed so so far far meantime meantime members members of of the the house house committee committee say say they they could could decide decide as as soon soon as as this this week week whether whether to to hold hold former former White White House House chief chief of of staff staff mark mark meadows meadows in in contempt contempt as as well well Mike Mike Rossio Rossio Washington Washington
Joe Biden Was Shopping Without a Mask yet Mandates Others to Wear Masks
"Okay we saw the president shopping indoors on Saturday behind glass that says face covering required but his face was uncovered why The president is somebody who follows the recommendations and the advice of the CDC I don't know what the circumstances were of that particular circumstances where he wasn't wearing a mask in a store that said wear a mask And he was seen through a window Those were the circumstances Very complicated In other words he's a fraud and he's a hypocrite He walks out on the middle of the stage behind a microphone with a mask on Nobody's within 50 feet of him So there's none of somebody says take the mask off we can't understand you because they can't understand them when the mask is on or off The mask Okay But there he is in a store And he's not wearing a mask If anyone should wear a mask trust me it's him Go ahead Shopping in a store and on the glass outside it said face covering fire And we could see him inside and his face was uncovered Well again Peter our recommendation and advice continues to be for people to wear You didn't ask you about what other people should do He asked who spoke stated about the idiot for whom you speak Or you speak at I guess is the common lingo Go ahead And establishments I don't know what this establishment was The president obviously follows the health difference what the establishment was Or is for that matter What's the difference It was indoors the sign said wear a mask He goes indoors he's not wearing a mask We're not talking about Ernie grabski We're not talking about Sally Smith we're not talking about Muhammad Goldberg We're talking about him Joseph robinette
Jen Psaki Manipulates Joe Biden's Previous Stance on Travel Bans Under President Trump
"Peter doocy Henceforth will be known as the deuce The dose is on the job at The White House Jen Psaki at The White House briefing today the spokes idiot for the idiot in the Oval Office Cut 12 goat Before Joe Biden's president he said that COVID travel restrictions on foreign countries were hysterical xenophobia and fear monitoring So what changed Well I would say first to put in full context Peter what the president was critical of was the way that the former president put out I believe a xenophobic tweet and how he has to see how they had to get They had to sit around a table early in the morning or late last night What are we gonna do you know The net wit that we work for He's taken Two sides the same issue What do we do Playing Trump Oh yes Got it Plane trap That's why we attacked Trump Raindrop Go The cook coronavirus And who he directed it at The president has not been critical of travel restriction directed at It's to whom he directed it Go ahead Those in place ourselves We put them in place ourselves in the spring But no he does not believe he believes we should follow the advice of health and medical experts That's exactly what he did and putting in place these restrictions over the
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Calls for Reverse of Joe Biden's Travel Ban
"At the Cyril ramaphosa Have you ever heard of Cyril ramaphosa mister producer How about mister coal screener He's very busy While he's the prisoner of South Africa today and he's ticked off Joe Biden picked 8 African countries 8 African country A black country is essentially To put a travel man out there and is no doubt I didn't hear anything Every talk show host in America On TV and raiders pointed that out to you Now if Joe Biden were Donald Trump you know that they'd be calling him a racist and here's the thing Joe Biden actually has a racist history That's right he was a segregationist He threw in with the too Mississippi former plantation honors He likes to talk about Charlottesville Charlottesville is nothing to do with race when it came to tromp All I know the lib media the Democrats their little websites get all worked up about it but the fact is the president did not support the clan or neo Nazis None of them It's a horrible death that took place there as well But here he is Cut 13 go We call upon these countries that have imposed travel bans On our country and our other southern African sister countries To immediately and urgently reverse their decisions Now these restrictions are completely unjustified And unfairly discriminate against our country and our southern African sister
Did Dr. Fauci Say There Was a 'Reason' Other Than Racism for President Trump's Travel Ban?
"Go ahead Build time When you diminish your stop or block travel from a particular country there's a reason for that Really Now there's a reason for it when Trump did it with racism A ladies and gentlemen would we not be so far better off in every respect in this country If Trump were in the Oval Office and Biden were still in his basement Tell me the truth Tell me the truth I mean I understand Bill cristal has a head injury these days I think he does And I understand the guys who resign from Fox right before they got kicked in the ass out the door I'm told I understand that their profoundly More righteous than Than anybody else But nonetheless is there any question when it comes to China or Russia When it comes to Iran or the Middle East when it comes to energy independence and the economy securing the border support for the police support for the is there any question whatsoever Trump wasn't sabotaging the country He loves the country Loves it Let's go back go ahead Time to do things So don't let this rambling on about your buffoon What are you rambling on about Hey does he sound like a scientist to you Yeah mad
Religious abortion rights supporters fight for access
"Catholic Catholic bishops bishops and and evangelical evangelical pastors pastors are are prominent prominent leaders leaders in in the the anti anti abortion abortion movement movement but but not not all all believers believers think think abortion abortion should should be be illegal illegal religious religious supporters supporters of of abortion abortion rights rights say say they they are are fighting fighting for for access access because because of of their their faith faith not not in in spite spite of of it it the the president president of of Catholics Catholics for for choice choice says says his his members members are are worried worried for for the the future future of of abortion abortion rights rights in in the the U. U. S. S. the the conservative conservative majority majority Supreme Supreme Court Court is is considering considering two two high high profile profile cases cases the the justices justices will will hear hear arguments arguments on on Mississippi's Mississippi's fifteen fifteen week week abortion abortion ban ban on on December December first first the the ruling ruling on on a a unique unique Texas Texas ban ban is is pending pending religious religious leaders leaders are are rallying rallying holding holding interface interface services services and and more more in in response response I I Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff
New variant cause for concern, not panic, Biden tells US
"Facing facing another another challenge challenge in in his his effort effort to to contain contain the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic president president Biden Biden is is urging urging Americans Americans not not to to worry worry too too much much about about the the Omicron Omicron variant variant the the president president says says the the variant variant will will keep keep spreading spreading and and inevitably inevitably reach reach the the U. U. S. S. this this variant variant is is a a cause cause for for concern concern but but not not a a cause cause for for panic panic led led to to face face this this new new threat threat just just we we faced faced those those would would come come before before he's he's renewing renewing calls calls for for the the roughly roughly eighty eighty million million unvaccinated unvaccinated Americans Americans ages ages five five and and older older to to get get their their shots shots and and for for those those who who already already have have to to get get boosters boosters the the president's president's also also urging urging a a return return to to indoor indoor mask mask wearing wearing in in public public places places Sager Sager mag mag on on the the at at the the White White House House
Liberal Stacy Can't Understand More People Have Died Under Joe Biden Than President Trump
"Tell me. You want the number? How many people do you have because passed away? Trump. I mean, are you listen, now listen to me? It's always two years of his presidency. And two years of his presidency, how many people died? Do you really, are you? I'm not saying this to you because I'm giving you all the time. Listen to me. Now stop digging her up to me and I'm not interrupting you, I promise to stop. I'm trying to become a dialog with you. Are you putting me on her? Do you really not know that more people have died in 2021 than died in 2020? Do you not know that? Don't say do I not. You're not going to clean me down a certain amount of ignorance. The deal is I'm actually educated. I hear these people call me and calling you intellectual. And yet you don't give that. Let me quote, let me quote here, I don't know if you'll trust Reuters. Stacey Stacey, you asked me for a question. I'm giving you an answer. You want an answer? You want an answer, right? COVID deaths in 2021 have now surpassed the toll in 2020 with 350,000 since inauguration day. Listen 2020. 2020 and 2021 are directly responsibility of food. You're going to tell me Biden? You challenged me. You just Stacey. See why I can't do this because people like Stacey don't want to have a conversation because you're so defeated already before you call. You asked me to give you the number of deaths in 2021 while Joe Biden was president. You know, I gave a Stacy. I gave it to you. Excuse me, you're nobody could hear you because you're not letting me even talk to you and I'm gonna let you talk. You asked me how many people died in 2021 because you said it's not true that more people died under Biden's presidency in the year that he's been president than
Wall Street Journal Editorial Board Explains Joe Biden's COVID Failures
"First, these statistical numbers, I mean, The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes President Biden may not recall what he said during a 2021 campaign debate last fall, but Americans should, anyone who's responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America. COVID deaths this year have now surpassed the toll in 2020. Wall Street Journal points out it would shame that mister Biden has done no better than Donald Trump in defeating COVID. Despite the benefit of vaccines better therapies and more clinical experience. The left politicized COVID by holding mister Trump responsible for a disease that was always going to be hard to defeat. Biden said, if the president had done his job, all the people would still be alive. The Wall Street Journal says that was his false as anything mister Trump has ever said. But most journalists and experts agreed with the basic premise, mister Trump had blood on his hands. The world's top medical journals called for mister Trump's defeat. The Wall Street Journal writes about Biden's COVID death milestone. Because of the Trump administration's preparation they say, the U.S. led most of the world in vaccinations. Yeah, mister Biden had no plan to deal with a large numbers of vaccine holdouts other than to deride them. He missed his goal of getting 70% of adults vaccinated by July 4th, but proclaimed victory nonetheless. Biden blamed Republican governors and unvaccinated conservatives. Yet blacks and young people have also shown resistance reluctance to get vaccinated. They don't tend to be Republican, see Nicki Minaj and Kyrie
Vice President Kamala Harris Defends Joe Biden's 'Disgraceful' Africa Travel Ban
"Then another tweet said Trump further diminished the U.S. in the eyes of the world by expanding his travel ban. This new African ban is designed to make it harder for black and brown people to immigrate to the United States. It's a disgrace. And we can not let him succeed. So riddle me this Batman is Biden's presidency and disgrace. Is Biden disgraceful in banning, travel? From South Africa? My gosh. Here's the vice president Kamala Harris defending what Biden used to say was a disgraceful racist, horrible thing that diminishes us in the eyes of the world, and that is to ban travel from other parts of the world. Travel restrictions. We'll take it one step at a time, but as of now, we've done what we believe is necessary. Perfect. Thank you all so much. Yeah, we're back. We're taking the steps we think are necessary.
The Hypocrisy of Joe Biden's African Travel Ban Versus President Trump's Travel Ban
"Just confirmed that everything you think about what we're witnessing with the Biden administration is true. Headline, President Biden mocked for restricting travel from African nations after he attacked Trump for doing the same. This is so ridiculous. This is beyond satire. We're at a point where it's not even satirical anymore. You know the news about this new army Kron variant and South Africa. So what's Biden do? He bans travel from South Africa. Do you remember what he said about president Trump? Who did the same thing? President Trump trying to protect Americans from COVID. This is a tweet from Joe Biden. Trump further diminished the U.S. and the eyes of the world by expanding his travel ban. This new African ban Biden said hell of a difference. In March of 2020, is designed to make it harder for black and brown people to immigrate to the United States. It's a disgrace, and we can not let him succeed. Yeah, that's what Biden said last year and now he's turned around and he's banned, travel from an African nation.
Biden pushes shots, not more restrictions as variant spreads
"President president Biden Biden is is urging urging more more corona corona virus virus vaccinations vaccinations amid amid concerns concerns over over the the Omicron Omicron variant variant Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci says says wild wild no no cases cases of of the the variant variant have have been been identified identified in in the the U. U. S. S. its its appearance appearance here here is is inevitable inevitable out out she she tells tells ABC ABC speculation speculation about about just just how how dangerous dangerous Omicron Omicron is is compared compared to to earlier earlier strains strains is is premature premature saying saying we we really really don't don't know know but but scientists scientists hope hope to to know know when when the the next next week week or or two two how how well well existing existing vaccines vaccines protect protect against against a a variant variant for for now now felt felt she she says says the the president president will will keep keep encouraging encouraging the the roughly roughly eighty eighty million million unvaccinated unvaccinated Americans Americans ages ages five five and and up up to to get get their their shots shots and and will will not not immediately immediately push push for for more more restrictions restrictions to to stop stop the the variants variants spread spread Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington
Biden Administration Faces Threat From New COVID Variant
"Let's talk about the president's problems. The Republicans this weekend hit him pretty hard on the Sunday shows for promising to end COVID. Now we've got a crime. What do they do, Cenk? Doctor Fauci, whatever you think of it. And most of my audience doesn't think much is out of effectiveness. He's out of gas. And now he's fighting with Ted Cruz about January 6th. Do you see how that's not public health? I see that that is, I see that, yes, I see how a fight with Ted Cruz is not about public health. I think that I think to be honest with you, Fauci has decided his posture and he's going to at this point he's just going to let that play out to be honest, do that's my guess. But listen, I think this is going to be a major issue at the moment. I think that I don't think it's something that Congress is going to have to wrestle with, but you have Biden quoted back in the Trump administration saying the closing down borders is not the answer, not the silver bullet, stopping these things. So that is a very difficult thing to contend with at this point. And but I will say this, just as jobs numbers are beginning to look up, the economy seems to be in some respects picking up steam according to some estimates you're going to have this variant, which is we don't know the severity yet. But the administration, I think, listen, I think in some respect they're using this to try to boost boosters, right? I mean, I've gotten my booster. I think and I think that's their posture right now. Get the booster, add in protection. It's what you need to do. And that's where they've
What Will Be Left of the BBB Bill Before Passage?
"Jake, I spent Sunday after the crowded dispersed reading build back better the House version. I mean, I'm at page 800 now, taking notes. I've gotten two columns out of it. I could write columns forever. It's the most absurd thing, including my Washington Post column this morning is about $3 billion in equity, which is up to Tom vilsack. A canny politician who has run for president before to distribute if it gets to the Senate. How much are they gonna carve out of this in the Senate? Salt deduction of tree equity, a 122 billion for homeless funding. What's going to go? So that's a good question. I think the major things that's going to go through are not those things. I think the major things that are going to go are the big things that mansion does not like. I mean, Pelosi has basically indicated if you listen, you read between the lines that the bill is pretty much set besides for some of these big provisions which are obviously huge and quite influential that mansion is going to have problems with. So that includes expansion of Medicare, paid leave provisions, the stuff. I think the rest of it, the small stuff that people will pick at and will be kind of the stars of election season ads are going to stay. That's just my
World races to contain new COVID threat, the omicron variant
"On Monday U. S. travel restrictions will take effect for some African nations in an effort to contain the new variant of the corona virus the U. S. is joining the European Union Canada and Russia in restricting travel to and from about a half dozen nations in southern Africa and South Africa where this new variant micron was first detected cautious make sure there's no travel president Biden made the announcement to reporters during his thanksgiving break as he walked around and talked at Massachusetts what about the very seven great concern spread rapidly says the travel ban does include exemptions for returning U. S. citizens permanent residents and spouses as long as they test negative hi Jackie Quinn
Brian Mudd: We Need Republican Candiates With Reagan-Style Values in the Midterms
"That's the opportunity here and that's why it's our job to educate And to take the opportunity and part of the education is of course by bringing about good candidates We have to have as we're heading into a midterm election cycle candidates that will bring about Reagan style values That will lead not just to win an election because your point Jimmy is well taken If you go back just four years ago what did we have Donald Trump as president of the United States and Republicans and control of Congress And what ultimately did that get us Yes it worked on certain issues for a window of time But what it didn't do was stop the movement by the left that you're talking about and they have been playing the generational game Let's not forget Marxism It goes back a little ways Karl Marx and gone for a long time right And certainly when you take a look at the major catalyst of the modern Marxist movement fingerprints all over the lensky ice of the 60s rolls for radicals Can remember if you don't have Mark Levin's book American Marxism absolutely should This would be a good gift For someone who's still trying to figure it out it's a little bit younger As an aside But that is what has it And now it's our job because it's not okay Biden sucks therefore I'm a Reagan conservative You have to have politicians that lead like Reagan did The policy has to be right
Joe Biden's Approval Rating Is Lowest Among 18-34 Voters
"Well this is happening Like we haven't seen before So I had never seen this until now And this is what is huge that's happening here President Joe Biden's approval ratings are now worst Youngest Worst youngest okay Among voters 18 to 34 By the way the firm that you can go to to check out there is the one online accredited polling firm that is ongoing and their results It's called civics You can go check out all the information state by state on various issues Highly instructive so among voters 18 to 34 Joe Biden's national approval rating stands at 30 1% 31% with the youngest voters By far the lowest of any age range
"first vice president" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"First vice president to be featured as a wax figure at Madame Two Souls Wax Museum. While Joe Biden is the first wax figure to become president. There's now save rise and will sell a O L and Yahoo! I assumed to the year 1998. If the people Wow. What can you get Yahoo! For these days? Young finance? I actually used quite a bit. I find their their stock tracking is going to be pretty good. Every time I give my email address my personal email address, which is a Yahoo email address. People laugh at me. E understand why that's left. But it works fine. No, you're much better off being tracked every second of every day by Google. Well, people always left me anyway. I I'm not gonna read from this, but I came across this in New York times yesterday on the in the opinion page. Mother's Day is guilt wrapped as a gift. And it was a long article from some mom about And I couldn't even under I didn't even understand it. It was something about male patriarchy, expectations of women and something to do with being white, and I couldn't even follow it. And I thought, how out of touch with the world are you? If this makes an appearance in the op ed page of The New York Times, there's like Half of a half of a half of 1% of America that thinks any of this crap that you're just talking about regarding mothers tell Jen see a man. They're the elite and it makes the very few Articles that make it into the New York Times on a Sunday. It's just You're so out of whack with the rest of the world anyway. Yes, so true, you know? I have briefly. Why not Yesterday's first mother's day since my mom passed away, you know what was that six weeks ago? Something like that. Um and I was perfectly fine until the evening and I started thinking about it just went went to pieces, but, uh, yeah, that's okay. It's funny how that comes and goes in cycles. I've talked to my dad about that the ups and downs of mourning and moving on with life and all on its own. First time I've ever had to deal with it. I know a lot of y'all have had to deal with losing people close to you. It's Zhar do but I don't know. Life goes on. I always remind myself that you know when I go my fondest wish for everybody I care about is that they're happy. Yeah, exactly. I tried to. I tried Remember that So I try to live that, too, but anyway, hope everybody had a pleasant mother's day unless you're oppressed by the patriarchy. Then, you know, fight the power ladies or something. Because you're a white mom in a male dominated world, And that leads So then that's why Mother's Day is guilt wrapped as a gift. What the hell are you talking about? Yeah. What garbage A total change of topic. It is so clear to me that if the pool hits the air circulation device with China or Russia All of a sudden the power's going to go off. You're not going to be able to get hot water. There's gonna be no Internet gas station's gonna be out of gas because the first thing they're gonna do is unleash all their computer hackers. Had this big pipeline shut down over the weekend, some sort of cyber of attack with ransomware thing. It didn't get into the real heart of the control stuff. But that sort of thing has happened before. It's a pipeline. It goes from the middle of Texas all the way up to the top of the East Coast. It's a long pipeline. Yeah, indeed, Um, Andre go through various tax from the past. Last year, Ransomware attack moved from a natural gas companies networks into the control systems that a compression facility they had to shut down for a couple of days And and all these are they getting something into the computer system? Are they online? Because I understand why any of this stuff would ever be Online in the way that you could You know, hacking from the outside. You have to at least get a thumb drive or something into the internal computer. Yeah, But what if anything is connected to the Internet? You can worm your way through those systems just mean including email. Yeah, A lot of it is because you want people to be able to do stuff from home. Remotely. Yeah, And I'm the wrong guy to ask, anyway, assed far as I'm concerned, the Internet is a serious of tubes, and I don't really go much past that in terms of knowledge. Oh, hey. Speaking of knowledge, one of our alert listeners sent along something from C S. Lewis. That is brilliant. It's Orwell s prediction of in particular Cal una corneas policies stay with.
"first vice president" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"Back and august with forest for twenty twenty one here with my wonderful. Co host fellow dune aficionado and just all around delightful person hands. Prowse how you doing good charles. How are you doing all alright. Dude right getting settled in the new year. Things a little crazy. You know just little things like on the capital treasonous insurrection. Treasonous insurrection threats to the inauguration. You know threats to our are just established. Democracy no big deal right reds to our establish democracies threats to our safety to threats to the life of the vice president. Nothing big night. What what's been crying about. I mean jeez seriously considering the fact that we live in a capital city. I'm on red alert for the next wednesday for sure. Yeah slightly so yeah. Because we here in columbus ohio. Neither say we're a little hot and high alert right now. So yes yes because that was telling you just before we started recording that my work set out a notice that the redistricting here in columbus as as notified everybody to be on guard starting around the weekend because of fears of what may be coming up as we lead into the nomination. So isn't that a great way to start a new presidential era for barucha that yeah exactly. That's that's lovely. I on top of everything else. Great yeah because we have a pandemic with like hundreds of thousands of people dying like monthly the thing we really need to be paying attention to is the non existent fraud of election. That is just making people cry because it's colder way. Yeah yeah you know it's funny. How like four years ago. People told i believe us to get over it. Yeah he won. Just get over it the same people that said he won get over. It were the same people who on election night. We're saying stopped account. Stop account yet. Because they didn't want any like 'cause they don't understand how elections work they don't understand how mathworks or basic addition or basic democracy. Which goes to show you that. These are people who are just used to being able to get whatever they want and buy it and they have no concept of actual sex work. Because of that. I think the care. I don't think it's i don't think so. Much grasp is that they may grasp it. Just don't care we'll see. I think the people who just don't care who feel that they are incredibly entitled to whatever they want right. I also feel like there are people with a cultish devotion to anyone that tells them that yes they should in fact be better than everyone else because they are straightway meals right and then i feel like there are people who are just literally delusional. And i think that's why the president right now. The president who by the way made history yesterday by being the first president in the history of the united states to be impeached twice sound loot. Yeah exactly exactly. He got he has that going for which is nice which is nice so he will go down in history books as the The president with the most of something if not like you know he didn't have the popular vote twice now but he will have the most. He will have the most deaths during his pregnancy pregnancy presidency. And the most impeachments have we have surpassed vietnam. We have surpassed world war two. We have surpassed world war ronan. We have surpassed civil war when it comes to desk. Thanks to code. It gradually working our way up to the crusades right now. Yeah rationally working to the saints. Exactly so i guess He he should be very proud of the shithole country that he has exactly all right. So what i know. We're getting really heavy right off the bat but obviously the stuff's kind of weighing on us. Oh yeah charles. We should stop talking about a corrupt family that refuses to accept the transfer of power. Oh wait we're totally going to do that. Tonight aren't we. This is true. This is true so you know maybe we have to discuss. A certain bernhard conan's reluctance to vacate his office. And do it in engage in the peaceful transfer of power and in and commit insurrection against the people taking over right and incite some of his cronies deploy sabotage devices include government places. Yeah and send out his generals on you know basically unwinnable missions. But they can't tell him about it because he'll go crazy because he's a nutjob i don't he goes he goes. He was doing his at real bernhard coded twitter account until they pulled him recently. They thank the yes they they. They got kicked off youtube and facebook. And all that so. He's not very happy right now. Exactly no matter how many times the men's hats counter votes are always the same. He's still always supposed to kate. He doesn't want to do it even just pulling up people's heart plugs isn't gonna shove that particular wound right now. You know forcing himself physically consensually on people much too young for him being gross about it in the process and being way to flirting with members of his family. So in case. You haven't figured out what we're talking about hearing episode ninety. We're talking along last that. They eighty four version of dude due on channel. Best thing total ever did for africa. Oh it's so much better than africa. Hey you know what we. But i've kind of a soft spot for africa. Now that weezer covered it. We need weezer to cover the dune soundtrack. Thank you how bad ass with that would be pretty pet. I all for that has different colors. This were just be to weezer. Desert album you. This will be the water of life album. Yeah exactly salutes. Or you know what it would have to be like You know that that ocean blue or the blue on blue and blue blue. Yeah yeah exactly. Spice balaj blue house. Weezer must flow. He's excellent you like how we just kind of segue from like trump to through dude into weezer. That was great. I was gonna testing. Well that's the thing i mean we. That's what we do. You know when you're talking when you're talking about a family that refuses to release to relinquish power you know. There's two families. I can think of the trump's in the heart conan's hashtag holidays crime family hashtag..
"first vice president" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"First presidential election was actually really interesting. It was the on Lee election to span to calendar years as it started the previous December. Each of the states used different ways to determine their representatives for the electoral come. College, a candidate would only need 37 electoral votes to win and George Washington clearly made the cut. Not only was the commander of the Continental Army elected to lead our country, but he won in a unanimous vote safe to say that will never happen again. John Adams was selected as our first vice president. The two positions weren't on the same ticket. Back. Then he won about half of the electoral votes, but the other half was split up among 10, other candidates. Washington was inaugurated in New York City. About two months after the first Congress started, no political parties, no running mates. No real conflict must be nice. That's how the first election went on this date in 17 89. Oh, no detoured and I hate to start out introducing you within. Oh, no detour. Daddy's in the Valley Chevy dealer traffic. Sort of It Sounds like we got a new crash on a freeway. Yeah, that's usually what it means, though. I know you're right. Eastbound on the 20 to Redmond Freeway. There is a new crash. It's east of McDonnell in the East Valley Mile marker. 23 right Lane partially blocked. A lot of traffic is cutting through the door point to enter onto the freeway right there because of the debris that's been spread from that wreck. There's also crashed in the downtown. I 10 eastbound on Seventh Avenue, but it's off, right. No. And the record the westbound I tenant University just west of that one cleared 91st Avenue north of Buckeye. You get a record all this traffic report brought to you by 72 sold dot com. Did you know it? 72 sold you get a price in just 15 minutes and get thousands more than if you'd sold any other way. You can even set your own clothes and moved eight. You want a higher price for your home? Go to 72 sold dot com D turn and pitch your news. Probably cloudy 71 today and tomorrow overnight lows in the low forties. And right now it is 37 degrees in Queen Creek. Whether brought you by Howard Air, whether replace a repair call Howard Air.
"first vice president" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Then something green is people don't want the so so That's the big deal. At the end. She has her own office and she's calling. She's like, guess where I am. Where you're in your office. This is not a big deal out of an office in New York City and a big firm, not a big deal. But I thought 40 years ago, he could make the argument right. You would make the argument. This is a big deal. But now we just elected the first female vice president or Just selected the first female vice president and nobody even when she was up, giving the speech you know, and you know, people were honking their horn. It's like she was a drive in movie theater. On and she's giving this speech is she's like on Lee in America. This is what can happen. And I'm thinking First of all, you hate America. And what the hell are you talking about? And then I realized Oh, because she's a woman. Nobody even cares. Nobody even cares anymore. It's not that big of a deal. We? We've moved past in. Yeah, Women can work What women could make decisions. What they can run Cos that's absurd, man. No, it's not. That's the way it is on the left is so consistent on this. Don't you remember them celebrating the nomination of Sarah Palin? To be there for what would've been the first vice president. They had worked there about how they've supported. I mean it really against their own best interest how they've supported every African American. That has been elected as a Republican. Oh, my gosh. They loved they loved. I mean, you know, Herman Cain led the presidential race for a while. It was 12 and the gym they love loved. They loved him the precinct and then they love Justice Thomas. They love love in front of all of the Republicans that have been elected to Congress. All of those women they love their currently in love with color. Kelly Leffler in Georgia Love her. They just they keep saying Wow. What a what a ground breaking What a brave and she is the last ceiling guys, That's all I hear when I hear the cover. I'm so sick and tired of hearing how brave people are like this. Like this woman kicker. She was She's brave. She did deserves the award because I mean, she's brave. She would have a field immediately. She she's she's getting all the actual accolades. It's not brave. I love this rock and roll has lost its soul so much that Eric Clapton Eric Clapton is being shamed because he's going to sing a, you know, break the rules. Song Isn't that what rocket.
"first vice president" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Talk radio, succeeding Wcbm. Let's get reaction to what you just heard from the mayor from Doug in a car. Hello, Doug. Welcome the program. Eric. What? Thank you, sir. Um Is it my imagination or when people will have positions of power? They lose all sense of self awareness. I think I just heard that the woman doctor thanking Brenda friend and Scott for his leadership, and I think it's been what two days now, too. Oh, my God. I can see the line already. Well, Joe Biden is personally Joe Biden. Camel areas are person of the year done a damn thing yet. She's historic first vice president He's not even vice president and she's the story and so you think they were going to swear him in before they decided to start the Let's turn down routine, which is what 100 Biden is, If you think, well, you know, there's a risk that once you get in in there It's tough to get somebody out. Oh, water. Well, there's probably two schools of thought in the Harris camp of You know, you want to get him in there, so you don't seem like this is too big of a set up. But then there's the other side that says well, He could do a lot of damage with his magic pen. So which which camp you fall in? It really is kind of funny that They're going after him already it really how something that wasn't news is now news was Russian disinformation just three weeks ago is now a legitimate concern for Joe Biden and his family were within the incubator, and now it's come full force its its first itself. That's right. What's the most amazing Doug is how nobody who three weeks ago is saying Russian disinformation is even acknowledging that they were wrong? Just saying all this is suddenly knew? Appreciate the phone call Doug. I appreciate the phone call. There's a story in the daily beast that was written on this hilarious the wording that they did these documents about the money laundering investigation. These were apparently included in documents that were released back in October. But went little noticed at the time. It was like, what the hell do you mean little noticed at the time you actively ignored them. You actively tried to undercut them to say that they were not relevant that they should not be talked about anybody who does talk about it. Is propagating Russian Russian garbage Russian election interference and now they're saying was little noticed at the time we'll check your own timelines on social media. You notice the hell out of it, and you actively worked to quash it. There's a very big important difference between the two situations. We shall return after news stick around. Now keeping you connected with the latest views. This is talk radio 6 80, Wcbm and Wcbm calm. Good morning. It's 11 30. I'm Michael Philip Ellie in the 6 80 Wcbm Maryland News Center. With the headlines Making news this hour, Maryland Department of Labor officials say unemployment numbers increase the first week of December. There were 15,361 claims the week of December 5th. Jump of around 2500 of those around 10,000 were regular while about 5000 were pandemic related. An election hotline and email account dedicated in October to receive complaints of voter intimidation and harassment in Maryland during the 2020 presidential election, received your reports Public Information Act request revealed records of 27 complaints received by The attorney general's office reporting incidents of what colors and e mailers suspected where some form of voter intimidation or harassment and Randall County in Prince George's counties tightening their restrictions. Beginning Wednesday, there will be no indoor or outdoor dining, retail stores, gyms, hair and nail salons, barbershops and casinos will have a reduced capacity of 25%..
"first vice president" Discussed on WTVN
"These are going to be the guns are September 13th 2019. When asked about his prior quote that Americans who own a AR 15 and AK 47 will have to sell them to the government, all of them. He responded. Heck, yes, we're going to take your ers in your 40 seven's pretty pretty passionate doesn't doesn't mince words on that. Senator Harris VP candidate for that right now. April 22nd 2019 upon being elected president, she said, I will give the U. S Congress 100 days to have the courage to pass reasonable gun laws and if they fail to do so. I will take executive action. Her words. Vice president and presidential candidate biting February 25th 2013 his own words. That's my birthday. Well, you know, my shotgun will do better for you than your ar 15 because you want to keep someone away from your house. Just fire this shotgun through the door to the door through the door, Ed, Because that's that's the thing that we teach just blindly or blindly. No matter who's on the other side. Fire. Come out right through the door, okay? I thought you were going to talk about when he said. Let's take on the balcony and just blow off two rounds or us he was going to say, you know, practice. No rack the slide on his double barrel right? Or how about this one? Vice president again, August 7th 2019 when asked by Anderson Cooper. If a Biden administration means they're going to come from my guns Vice president, Biden responded. Bingo. You're right. If you have an assault weapon, the fact of the matter is they should be illegal. Remember assault weapons? A made up term, So you know it's up to them to find salt weapon when it's used exactly How about this one? Vice President Biden once again September 25th. 2019. Why should we allow people to have military style weapons, including pistols with nine millimeter ammo in it? That can hold more than 10 rounds. So now he's he's opening up that door. Now it's so nine millimeter pistol is a military style weapons, military style. This militant, but it is military style. How Wow Wow! Yeah. Do it. If you are not a gun person, per se, you may ask. Why do these comments strike such outrage amongst gun owners? We just heard multiple comment about their passion, desire to ban assault weapons. Course, a fictitious term, but the facts As always, in their arguments do not support their narrative. Take this, for example, in 2019, like in the past 20 years. Out of the 14,000 murders in the U. S. 10,000 from handguns. 364 were from rifles. 3% guys, 3% buy rifles what they're talking about here. That same time period. 1400 people died from knives during that same period 1400 by knives versus 3 60 for that same time period 397 by blunt objects. In 600. People last year died from hand fist and feet first is 364 for rifles. What are they doing? What? What's their? What's their agenda? Get this. Just this week, it was announced remembered through the number 3 60 for all of last year, 364 people died by rifles. Just this week, it was announced that in Franklin County, Ohio, alone For the first six months of this year. 437 people died of drug overdose is not guns now puts it all in perspective, Doesn't it? Make your big Ah Biggest ask what? What is the true motive? And if your head isn't already exploded just yet. Just yet. Just listen. So what this man said this week this week in a town hall going Maybe we could do this. You can ban chokehold you can. But beyond that you have to teach people how to deescalate circumstances. Deescalate. So instead of anybody coming at you in the first thing you do shoot to kill, shoot him in the leg. There's ways you have to do more background checks in terms of whether or not the person coming in Past a certain psychological test. And the last thing I'll say I'm sorry because it was really, I think really, really important that you have to be in a position where you are able to identify Identified the things that have to change and one of these changes, so many cops get called into circumstances where somebody is mentally off. Like what happened Not long ago. That guy with the knife That's why we have to provide within police department psychologists and social workers to go out with the cops on those calls those some of those 9 11 calls To de escalate the circumstance to deal with talking down. But we can't cops. They're kind of like school teachers. Jo, You are so wrong so wrong in every aspect. So in this one minute quote the cops need to learn to deescalate Ed. How Annette tire career. All you do is train on how to deescalate Go out and look at some of these bodycam videos. 99.9% of the time you are de escalating, And furthermore to that, so, on one side, he's saying we need to teach from deescalate, which is a which a bunch of bowl because they're already doing it. But And in the other side, they're saying we're going to take all your tools of de escalate. So you take away your Taser. Take away your maze. Take away your batons. What am I de escalating with? We're going to start using our handguns on everything. Exactly. You know you want to send out a social worker with him? First of all luck with that. How do you determine? How many times I mean, does a police officer go on a call, and he doesn't know what to expect so he can't say. Well, you know, I suspect this person is going to attack me with a knife. Come on, social worker. Come on with me, and we don't know. Work point at one point. Is that person? A bad person? A criminal? I mean, at some point here, there's bad guys out there, guys. They never addressed that. And this is this man. This rose me wrong. Every time I hear him, say it that we need to train the officers not to shoot to kill. Shoot another lady all my eye. You can take classes here in l A P D. We have trained thousands and C C W And those words would never come out of our mouth. Shoot to kill your shooting to stop the stop the threat What happens if you try for the leg and you shoot him in the chest? You're just a bad shot..
"first vice president" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Track to be the on ly president. In modern history. End up With fewer jobs at the end of his term that existed in America when he began his term. His new manufacturing proposal includes a 10% made in America tax credit for companies that bring overseas jobs back to the U. S or increased domestic production about his CBS is Skyler Henry, a top U. S general in the Middle East. Is announcing a drawdown of U. S. Troops in Iraq. The U. S military is cutting the number of troops serving in Iraq from 5200 to 3000 General Kenneth Mackenzie made the much anticipated announcement today in Iraq, citing the Iraqi military's progress in its ability to fight Isis. The withdrawal of the more than 2000 American troops will happen this month. That's sooner than had been previously indicated by military officials. President Trump has repeatedly vowed to withdraw U. S forces from the region. Elizabeth Chelsea. ABC NEWS Washington The Interior Ministry in Afghanistan says a bombing in Kabul targeted the convoy of the country's first vice president, 10 people were killed, at least 31 others wounded, including several of the vice president's bodyguards. The vice president suffered just minor injuries. There was no immediate claim of responsibility, though the Taliban denies they were involved. That bomb went off as the vice president's convoy was passing through a section of Kabul with shops that sell gas cylinders. A number of those shops caught on fire. No charges were filed against our former army private accused of plotting with a neo Nazi group to kill fellow soldiers. Federal prosecutors here in New York added charges of illegal transmission of defence information against Ethan Mels, or he pleaded not guilty to them while deployed overseas. Prosecutors have said Mills there was also a member of a white supremacist group 09 a, which sought to incite acts of terrorism to collapse. Global democracy in western civilization. When investigators pored over his telegram account, prosecutors said they found classified information about mills is training and deployment to be used in the alleged plot to kill fellow troops. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK The West Coast is under fire from fire. A number of wildfires are burning, fuelled by.
"first vice president" Discussed on AP News
"Late stage Corona virus vaccine trial on hold for now while it investigates a patient's adverse reaction to its cove in 19 vaccine. Meanwhile, researchers are trying to figure out if there's a link between the virus and obesity. Theeighties Jennifer King's got this one study of more than 5000 infected people found that the chances of hospitalization rose for people with higher body mass index is even when taking other conditions into account. One study found the Corona virus patients had an increased risk of death with severe obesity, but only among men. The co author of That study suggests this findings could reflect that men tend to carry fat around the stomach and that the type of fat assoc With the production of the hormone could be contributing to more severe illness. I'm Jennifer King, more than 189,000 people have died from the virus in this country. That's according to Johns Hopkins University. I'm Rita for Ole. A bombing in the Afghan capital has targeted the convoy of the country's first vice president, killing 10 people and wounding more than a dozen others. The explosion left behind a scene of destruction. Cars were wrecked on debris scattered around Kabul's Interior Ministry says the bomb went off as first vice president I'm Rula. Sally's convoy was passing through a section of the city with shops that sell gas cylinders for using heating homes in cooking the blast igniting afar. The set ablaze many shops. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing, and the Taliban quickly denied they were behind the attack. I'm Charles had asthma. The explosion left behind a scene of destruction. Cars were wrecked on debris scattered around Kabul's Interior Ministry says the bomb went off as first vice president I'm Rula. Sally's convoy was passing through a section of the city with shops that sell gas cylinders. For use in heating homes in cooking the blast, igniting afar, the set ablaze many shops. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing, and the Taliban quickly denied they were behind the attack. I'm Charles Asthma. Thank.
"first vice president" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Bars I'm checking with Vicki Ferguson good luck and they had force have added making it really is it's been a a chilly morning we've had just received and the F. thirty to forty this morning but getting up close to seventy one degrees this afternoon mostly sunny and not as windy as yesterday just winds coming at you five to ten miles per hour a milder night tonight down to fifty two and we could see a few sprinkles this evening but a better chance of rain coming in tomorrow morning another round tomorrow afternoon severe storms are not anticipated just good old fashioned rain and winds following the rain highs tomorrow near sixty seven from the WBRC first alert weather center I'm looking for is in Alabama morning right now lots of sunshine forty eight newsradio one oh five five WBRC sweet and salty bars from nature valley or a perfect combination of sweet and salty so take a moment for yourself out here you deserve every last bite nature valley sweet and salty bars now available in many eight thirteen Alabama's morning news I'm J. T. joining us now from the White House John decker is back with us John good morning Hey hope you're doing well today I am not I am very well thank you and you as well so the president says all right all right I won't end it I guess the task force will continue here he originally wanted to wind it down why did you want to wind it down and why did he say all right we won't I don't know why he wanted to wind it down we heard that first vice president Mike pence spoke to us just died the same day the president went out to Phoenix the president reiterated that statement that you wanted to wind it down then within twenty four hours the president putting out a tweet that the coronavirus task force will remain in place in his words indefinitely and then the president explaining yesterday the reason why thank you heard from a number of people.
"first vice president" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"One vice president pence telling the briefing Friday evening that experts tell him the country has enough testing for states to meet the phase one requirements those tests to determine if a patient currently is infected with the virus other tests to learn if anyone had the virus previously now in the pipeline a fairly wide scale anti body test has been done by a California medical school Stanford administered a covert nineteen antibody test to thirty three hundred people in Santa Clara county California two weeks ago the study found that up to four percent of those sampled tested positive for antibodies which indicate that a person was previously infected by covert nineteen and recover on April first Santa Clara county had nine hundred and fifty six confirmed Kobe nineteen cases but based on this study scientists estimate forty eight thousand to eighty one thousand people actually had the virus at the time fox is brilliant yellows who reports that suggests more people may have developed immunity the American civil liberties union asking a federal court to block the state of Virginia from requiring absentee voters to find a witness to watch them sign their ballots saying that violates social distancing guidelines and could force absentee voters who live alone to choose between not voting and risking their health by asking someone to come into their homes to be a witness America is listening to fox news one century ago experienced its deadliest pandemic Anish flu of nineteen eighteen infected nations around the world killing millions in the decades lenses have sweat taking the lives of millions more but none have been quite like this one of our is now a global pandemic Broadway will be shut down the NBA suspending game played wall street briefly suspending trading today it is impacted Hollywood it is in capital this is like now the lives of.
"first vice president" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Exact guy because they work so hard so men so don't don't make this coronavirus political we got it all joined together and also I don't joke I mean I joke about Bernie Sanders to how I say this is great because of Bernie Sanders is running for president what does it get better than that really and I say that facetiously but you and I have to watch because someone like that can slip in at this somehow some way I don't know how we have opened up the door to let socialism creep into the United States of America after all of that and if you're a baby boomer like me the you know the horrors of communism you know about Joseph Stalin you know you know you know about Karl Marx you told you about the communist manifesto you know all these things I don't know why there's a whole generation when I have to hear people say young people say nobody knows what he's doing thank god damn it scares me a little bit and that's why we have to stay vigilant you know and that's why I it's one with the Bernie Sanders things it's fun and it's it's it's almost comical to have Bernie and by the way if you can even finalists I don't be rude because we'll have a physical problems but is burning up to the task because then who is burning get first vice president who's in picking on Omar or she had to leap which was gonna pick as a vice president of brought us another step pops on Bernie phone he's down read the I don't mean to be rude but I've done it just say you know it's gonna happen you'll have you'll have the enemy who was within and I honestly believe forgive me I don't mean to be derogatory in any way or offensive but the enemy within is Yvonne Omar is so she had to leave they come here they want to change our country they just hate America they hate our Jewish brothers and sisters they hate Israel they hate everything about us all we do is get lectured the snarky little tweaks that these preview what if you've been following up and again I know they do that they get big get my goal and it does get Michael when I see a tweet from you on Omar and how offensive it always is nothing that she she went through she goes on black I'm a Muslim I'm from another country on a refugee and then everybody got on I said well how about American how to marry her thing thank you by the way please wait while I'm fired up on this Friday five of Friday night she married her brother to get into this country or why did where is the Republican Party where is the Attorney General Barr where is everybody what's going the time that we stood up and started writing these things S. let it go we let it go it's time so anyway we're just trying to make sense of it in the morning and we could talk about the corona virus with a very very noted position and a great gal doctor we need to right click with going to need a doctor records will be up and we'll see exactly how much of a threat this coronavirus virus really is Hey at Debbie how you doing this morning happy Friday fired up Friday right at a price of chorus yeah I really would Hey Bernie would pick as his running mate if he got in yeah eight eight seven seven nine seven of twenty nine ninety nine you want you know you got the best ideas on the balance of nature phone lines my goodness gracious it's Debbie Skaggs fun to watch you know how we can laugh about it but if we're not careful what will happen to the country what happened in New Jersey will happen to the country for examples on this were progressive socialists you'd stick and then your California you lose it you know anyway anyway very scary stuff I write it down we're ready we're ready traffic.
"first vice president" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Elected to lead our country as president he won by a unanimous vote safe to say that'll never happen again also John Adams was elected as our first vice president the two positions word on the same ticket back then he won about half of the electoral votes but the other half was split up among ten other candidates so about two months after the first Congress started George Washington was inaugurated in New York City no political parties no running mates and no real conflict to speak up that's how the first election went on this day in seventeen eighty nine that was good for traffic every six minutes a course on Arizona's morning news in from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center here is Danny Sullivan good morning to you if you're out and about you got some heavy freeways going on state route fifty one still jammed up for the rush hour self found from northern to Thomas I was just looking at the loop one a one it's still having around seventy Fifth Avenue to fifty first then it's just bumper to bumper from about nineteenth Avenue out in the Scottsdale around Scott still wrote it got a couple of crashes that are pretty serious one of them is pinnacle peak road and Scottsdale road now Scott still road is closed northbound at pinnacle peak road for an accident on east bound looks like you've got an eastbound closure as well or at least you can spit expect a very big heavy delays when I'm seen in that area and if you are over on twenty fourth street in southern there's a crash involving a motorcyclist who's been there for a while working on that this report is brought to you by sort of pro painters if you want the house that your neighbors will be jealous of then you need sort of.
"first vice president" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Fifty one forty one vice president Mike pence as Joe Biden and son hunter should be investigated for their business dealings in Ukraine USA radio's Tim Burke with the story Mike pence is defending president trump's phone call with the president of Ukraine speaking at a round table in Scottsdale Arizona on Thursday Penn says the fact that Biden's son was paid fifty thousand dollars a month to be on a Ukrainian board is worth looking into I think the American people have a right to know if the vice president of the United States or his family profited from his position as vice president during the last administration that's about looking back and understanding what really happened I mean the fact that my predecessor had a son who was paid fifty thousand dollars a month to be on a Ukrainian for at the time the vice president Biden was leading the Obama administration's efforts in Ukraine I think is worth looking into for USA radio news I'm Tim Berg and if you believe in polls president trump's job approval numbers higher than what Americans apparently think of him as a person USA radio's John Clemens report that's the finding from a Gallup survey that found forty percent of those polled approved of his job performance while only thirty four percent approve him as a person have to drill down some of the numbers you see one of the biggest capsules among people who attend church on a regular basis within that group fifty four percent approved of his job performance but only forty four percent of those who attend church every week approved of him as a person for USA radio news I'm Robert Wilensky. the Bible tells me not the same one reprimand so eventually also read. two issues where we align reality with true conservative talk radio you can count on financial issues that you need to know. the sharing of. the government that common sense we all use. now here's your host dancing. welcome back to financial issues dance. it's great to be here.
"first vice president" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The co. the reason why the show was in any way they know they're probably wrong. live at eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one we're going to get to this whistle blower. change which is crucially important a second what should the Republicans. they should demand the testimony of hunter Biden public. they should demand his phone records his bank accounts they should demand information from his account they should treat him exactly the way down junior's been treated. they should demand the phone records one vice president Biden was vice president I love their where they kept those all this talk about all the transcription a secure area so what's wrong with that. the transcripts not supposed to be released to the public none of these conversations are president has with another head of state. why should a bit while he moved to because he was worried about this one it's nothing to worry about this one. the Republicans need to step up they need to get smart they need to get strategic they need to fight the president is fighting back he should he should fight like holy hell but so should. the Democrats. have one Achilles heel after another. Nancy Pelosi running around there's a cover up I just gave them examples of what they should demand and they can use that word cover up over and over and over again. they're two hundred twenty seven members so far who support this impeachment inquiry. not that means there's two hundred and eight that don that's almost fifty fifty. there are twelve Democrats who don't support. you don't go around to a page where one it's almost fifty fifty. I mean there's so many things these Republicans can be doing and they're doing very little. they're so nervous when I am going on a land line in a white collar thanks for coming here Saks come out don't you understand when you see it. what fax. so this piece in the federalist by Sean Davis is very very important it didn't come out of any news room on any cable show. none of the Sunday show hosts you know there's something here. what what kind of reporting is that. or even the same damn thing you are. listen to this about the great whistle blower. do you remember I said here early on I don't remember that whistle blowers include people have secondhand information member that Mr producer. so when you are second hand over here so you're not a whistle blower those are my years in the government I don't remember that. between may twenty eighteen in August twenty nine hello may twenty eighteen in August twenty twenty nineteen. that's a month ago the intelligence community secretly elim made it a requirement. that will sell brawlers provide direct first hand knowledge of a rise of alleged wrongdoings. does the inspector general over there know that that's another one who is supposed to hold up. Michael Horowitz the IG a date at department of justice were supposed to attack but this inspector general he's the greatest. he's got to be the greatest. this raises questions about the intelligence community's behavior regarding the August submission of a so called whistle blower complaining it's president Donald Trump. the new complaint document no longer requires potential whistle blowers who wish to have their concerns like expedited the Congress to have direct first hand knowledge of the alleged wrongdoing that they are reporting the brand new version of the whistle blower complaint form which was not made public until after the transcript of trump's July twenty five phone call with the cranium presidents a Lansky and they complain address to Congress were made public eliminates hello. eliminates the first hand knowledge requirements and allows employees to file whistle blower complaints even if they have zero direct knowledge of under lying evidence and only heard about wrongdoing from others quote unquote. why is it that Sean Davis at the federal as had on cover this. you know there's something there are Mahshahr but there's something there. but Sean Davis you say he's a partisan not like we reporters. we're out to get the information and what information exactly did they get nothing this stuff is fed to them by the Democrats. documents the administration makes public they read the same ones that they tell us what the thing and I looked at this phrase and then I connected it to the other you know there's something there. thanks I need to hear that from some guy. all you are smarter than these people. let's go on to a real reporter. the internal properties of the newly released disclosure of urgent concern form which the intelligence committee inspector general requires to be submitted under the intelligence community whistle blower protection act so that the document was upload it on September twenty four twenty nineteen at four twenty five PM just days before the anti trump complaint was declassified and released to the public. the markings on the documents state that it was revised in August twenty nineteen but no specific date of revision is disclosed. this is the complaint. not the transcript. the complaint alleges that president trump broke the law during the phone call what do you train your present. course justice department looked at it they said no we didn't well we got to get rid of bell barn out bars row. this idiot Nancy Pelosi whether eyes bulging out of our head what the sweat coming down over one inch make up on her face. the plastic surgery popping lows yeah. running around from news room the news room to use the same way. it's a coverage. the love he he he. a previous version of the whistle blower complaint document. which the IC IG and the director of national intelligence until recently provided a potential whistle blowers declared that any complaint must contain only first hand knowledge of alleged wrongdoing and that complaints that provide only here's a rumor or gossip would be rejected. hello ladies and gentleman. we don't get to talk to the road CIA operator. we don't get to question him about his document who was involved in its. production. he gets to put out here saying information. and the media go with every single piece and as a matter of fact the media has been manufacturing information for at least a week. you know there's a quid pro quo here no there's not okay let's lower the standard was still gonna get trump. only mentioned by just seven or eight times no we didn't. hello well he was withholding military support you know if we take this sentence and we marry it with a sense four hundred words later it looks like it's a favor and it hasn't it's a it's a lie. it's a flat out lie. the intelligence community inspector general the IC IG cannot transmit information. we have the intelligence committee P. W. A. based on an employee secondhand knowledge of wrongdoing the previous form stated under the bolded headline first hand information required. now in this. so call complaint by the so called whistle blower he specifically states several paragraphs down but none the less of the first page. that the vast majority information he's using I'm paraphrasing I don't have it in front of me. is not first. wow now doesn't matter get drunk get up get up there's something here. he goes on this includes information received from another person such as when an employee informs you that he she witnessed some type of wrongdoing this is in the form if you think the wrongdoing took place but can provide nothing more than second hand up substantiated assertions the intelligence committee inspector general will not be able to process the complaint or information for submission through their system it concluded. so this was changed. in the final. integration of the change was in August twenty nineteen by my calculation. that's one month ago by my calculation just in time for the August twelfth twenty nineteen complaint. to be filed. she's me to be sent. to Richard buyer. I don't know if he said they're sitting shiver for him I don't know if he's still with us or not and of course. Adam Schiff. any problem with this book. father something here in a winner and I'm reading the same now I see something here. Amy Peters he's anything here. Phil bump. like I don't wanna look I can't say it enough your part is since your partisans where the press were professional journalists. your professional propagandists and again. so we might be seeing how my unraveling all as I wrote about it on freedom of the press there's a system of this. is a system to this. New York times Washington post front pages slice Ukraine call transcript to implicate trump again the federalist website terrific quest website Tristen justice The New York Times or The Washington Post selectively cut up the transcript of a July phone call between president Donald Trump and Ukrainian president Zelinsky on the newspapers front pages just like the old Holocaust day sunnier times member how you moved headlines around in. put things in the back pages that you want people to know and SO four member let the good old days. yeah a lot of practice with this. so what do they do the newspapers front pages. to fit each papers misleading headline accusing trump of requesting a favor that he never asked for a quote trump offer justices aid for a probe of bein weeds the Washington post's front page no we didn't. call trout bass for a favor and call memo shows Blair's The New York Times headline each paper prominently displays selectively edited passages in the transcript tell me what is the difference between these newspapers and Russian media. I mean even have the same ideology. accurate context to seem blown more the transcript it undermines the misleading headlines from the two newspapers. like this quote. this was the actual transcript I would like you to do us a favor though us a favor the country not trump because our country's been through a lot Ukraine knows a lot about it I would like you to find out what happened with this whole situation with a crane they say crowd struggling to stop there so the favor. is to find out. what happened. with these servers. these allegations that have been reported. not one word about by. not one word about the campaign in twenty twenty. goes on I guess you have when you're wealthy people while the server they say you crane has there a lot of things that went on the whole situation I think your surrounding yourself with some of the same people I would like you to have the Attorney General call you and your people and I would like you to get to the bottom of it to get to the bottom of what. what do you crane government did during the course of the last election one bombing the Democrats were working with. yes as you said yesterday the president says that whole Monson scented with a very poor performance by a man named Robert Muller and a competent performance thanks a lot of it started with Ukraine whatever you can do it's very important that you do it if that's possible. see they don't read this on cable TV out loud. they don't explain this. the favorite question was trump seeking help with the department of justice's probe into the twenty sixteen election meddling by Ukraine and I will add that the Democrats were pumping a juice. no where in the fully on classified an unredacted transcript does it show trump either demanding that Ukraine investigate former vice president Joe Biden's son honor as a favor or offer of a quid pro quo. what about by. well let's look into that we've talked about it let's go back to it when I return.
"first vice president" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Offers. You're in a position of strength. The other thing that he tries to do as he tries to becomes agreeable at some point because he's very good at the back end negotiations. And what I mean by that is he makes deals sometimes that he has no intention to keep. And then after he reneges on his deal defaults on his notes, he then pits. The lawsuit against the individual and they wind up settling. Right. And it's really easy to your point. It's easy to agree on a price. If you don't intend to ever pay for it that would seem to be in this in this situation in painting, the shutdown on the on the workers, let them pay for it for however long. What do you think about his view of negotiating with speaker Pelosi? Do you think anything about her bothers or I think it's very perplexing for for for Donald to be have a woman sitting across the table on such a big visible issue. I think it would be. Your time working with him that he's specifically bothered by the fact that this is a woman in power. Oh, absolutely. He was very sensitive even to promotions of women within the organization. I promoted a woman to the first vice president of marketing in Atlantic City and the natural in the position that she had replaced the individual was on the executive committee. So I just assumed that she was going to go on the executive committee by put around the executive committee, and he almost had a heart attack. He was like I have a woman on my executive committee, and it and it was troubling for him. So I've seen it firsthand. And of course, today, we've we've all witnessed his comments is sexist and misogynist comments. So he hasn't changed over the years are not at all let me play for you. What he said at the time. We always get all sides in here. And he claimed that he he wasn't really in debt the way people said, and that really, you know, Forbes and these other groups were after him take. It says that you have a debt of about three point two billion. And that you're losing money at the rate of forty million dollars a year true Forbes has been after me for years consistently after me, they took properties and devalue the properties they say the plaza hotel's not worth what everybody knows what it's total hatchet camp. What do you view as the lessons for the congress either party and folks watching this shutdown and his behavior and figuring out? Well, okay. What's the solution? Well, listen, the solution here is to really negotiate. But, but you know, Trump has a long history particularly with debt as you've just displayed where it means nothing to him in. So in this. I mean, this is complicated, and it's really two issues. But but but but he has. Listen, he my business was the most successful business that he had we made over one hundred million dollars in free cash annually, and it should have been his casino interests in Atlantic City should have been the greatest success success story.
"first vice president" Discussed on KQED Radio
"My guest, Rachel motto and Mike yards have collaborated on a podcast called bag, man. That tells the forgotten story of how a sitting vice president Spiro Agnew came under investigation by federal prosecutors. And before he was forced to resign did everything to try to stay in office, including attacking the press and trying to shut down the investigation. There are several parallels relating to current investigations into President Trump Agnew as Richard Nixon's. First vice president, and he was being investigated for bribery and extortion in nineteen Seventy-three at the same time. Nixon was a target of the Watergate investigation which later led to Nixon's resignation. Rachel Maddow is the host of MSNBC's. The Rachel Maddow show. She hosts and corrode bagman. Make your visits is a former senior producer of her show and produced and co wrote Batman. As part of his research. He listened to the Nixon White House tapes. And to an audio diary made by Nixon's White House chief of staff, h r Haldeman your average discovered. Some surprising previously unreported twists in the story, including one way that Agnew tried to get the US attorney overseeing the investigation to stop it, the lead prosecutor Barney Skolnick never knew this part of the story until you are bits played him the Haldeman tape as you hear on the podcast Skolnik was stunned. Well, we we knew we had some sense as the whole country did have what kind of administration Nixon with Haldeman and all Erlich men, and so on were running, but we had no we had no knowledge that this was happening. Rachel motto, Mike, you're welcome to fresh air and congratulations on your podcast, which has now gotten over ten million downloads. When thinking about questions surrounding President Trump like did he have struck Justice? Did he commit impeachable offenses might we face a constitutional crisis? People tend to look at Richard Nixon and Watergate, but you've looked at his vice president Spiro Agnew. What made you think about investigating adnia? For me. I feel like there are a lot of presidential scandals in US history. But there are very few presidential scandals that results in resignation and or impeachment, and I was really interested in Agnew just because he's one of that very small number of presidential or vice presidential scandals that rose to that level. But also because I realized that when I tried to sort of thumbnail in my mind, what happened in the resignation everything I thought about it was wrong, all of my impressions about it turned out to be wrong. When I looked them up and for me that that piqued my curiosity. I was almost embarrassed listening to your podcast because I knew so little I hadn't spent that much time thinking about why Agnew left office. And I was just shocked by everything I learned that's not an uncommon thing. I think Mike, and I found that same dynamic at work, even as we had started working on the podcast. I mean, I assumed that. That his big sin was tax evasion. I had assumed that it was a Watergate adjacent scandal. You know that the FBI was looking into Watergate related crimes and they stumbled upon something in Spiro Agnew taxes. I had assumed that acne was kind of no big deal as a vice president because he's kind of no big deal in history. All of those things were completely wrong. The history of it is just is not what we remember. If we remember that history at all. And so it's it's nice to find something in history. That's brand new. Mike before we get to what Agnew was guilty of before we get to his bribery and extortion scheme. Let's just give some background before serving as vice president. He'd been elected. The Baltimore County executive in nineteen sixty two then governor of Maryland and sixty six what did Agnew represent politically? When he was campaigning for vice president when he became vice president what it he represented on the right because he was kind of part of the culture war in the late sixties before the term culture war was coined. Yeah. I think that's right. I think one of the interesting things that we found was that he really was the sort of firebrand figure on the right in a way that Nixon really wasn't. He sort of was able to rile up the conservative base across the country. He spoke in very controversial language at times about issues of of race. And you know, law and order, I think one of the sort of interesting things that's sort of not known about Agnew as a political figures is how much in a lotta ways he was much more beloved among the Republic. Base much more. So than Nixon was what sort of manifest itself during the scandal is that Nixon really sort of needs Agnew on his side because he knows in a way that Agnew was much more popular with the Republican base in the country than even he is. So I think as Rachel's alluding to this sort of the political history of Spiro Agnew was a political figures is sort of forgotten, but he did a lot to sort of raise these issues in the Republican base about antagonizing the media, and they sort of these racial issues that have more sort of bubbly and on the right in the sixties. And it's it's sort of a forgotten part of his legacy with the help of his speechwriter William Safire, he said phrases like referring to his critics calling them. Pusillanimous pussyfoot animists means lacking courage and resolution he called his critics nattering nabobs of negativism. And there's a great quote that you use in the podcast. Cast. He said if you tell me that the hippies in the AP is going to be able to do the job. I'll tell you this. They can't run a bus. They can't serve and governmental office. They can't run a lathe in a factory all they can do as a lay down in the park and sleep or kick policemen with razor blades. Very very provocative. I would say he's provocative, but that attack on liberals the attack in other instances on minorities, the attack on the elites the attack specifically on the media, which he really turned into an art form. Is something that was key not only to his controversial nature at the time. But it's absolutely what Nixon needed in terms of lining up and keeping on his side. The very hard line Republican base at the time. And I think that was part of what was interesting in terms of parallels to today. I think a lot of people lament on the right? The anti media stuff that has stoked by the Trump administration, the anti elite stuff some of the divisive and and racially specific stuff that we're seeing from this administration. But it's it's not new it's really it's a well trodden path and Agni was great at it. You think Agnew kinda creates a new playbook for the kind of language you can use in campaign for high office. I mean, he was really quite eloquent actually in his provocative and controversial remarks. Mike, one of the things I think you can correct me if I'm wrong, but I feel like when we're going through his most controversial statements one of the things that was sort of mind-bending for us. At least for me was to be both seeing all the parallels to sort of Trump ist republicanism today, and to be seeing somebody who had this, you know, twenty million dollar vocabulary and all the alliteration and all the eloquence, and he always spoke in complete sentences. I mean that was kind of a disconnect for me. So let's get to the bribery and extortion scheme that he was part of in Maryland, what was the scheme. Yeah. Sensually it was a scheme that he had concocted when he was Baltimore County executive where he realized that he had the power to award some local contracts for engineering and architecture, and he could single handedly decide who got the contract, and what he put together was a scheme that predated his time in that office. But he would arrange with these local contractors engineers and architects that they would get the contract and in return, they would kick back to him something on the order of three to five percent of whatever they were making an off of that contract, and these were kickbacks that were delivered to him in cash often in in an envelope. That was just brought to him and handed the hand directly in many cases, use the bag man as part of this scheme, and it was a scheme that he started when he was Baltimore County executive that he then continued when he was governor of Maryland. And again, he used the state roads Commissioner. When he was governor. And basically, it was a kickback scheme. It was bribery and extortion scheme in which if you wanted a government contract in Maryland, you would have to kick back money to Spiro Agnew. And it was it was brazen. And it was delivered in cash, and and he started that scheme in local politics. And then he carried it run into the White House. How did it continue into the White House? Well, when he was vice president, you didn't have as much power to award contracts. That's a federal process, but when he became vice president he was still taking money for contracts that had ripened essentially that he had given out in Maryland as governor. And so the the men who were sort of streaming into his office at the White House were paying him money for contracts. They had gotten in Maryland. And in some cases, he was trying to influence the awarding of federal contracts, and he was successful in a number of cases at steering federal contracts to these businessmen in Maryland who wanted these jobs there was this one. One great moment that we came across in the history of Agnew as vice president where he tried to assert control over federal contracts on the eastern seaboard General Services Administration contracts. He essentially decided that he was going to be as vice president at the guy who decided to those contracts went to and there was a sort of bewilderment about that in the Nixon White House. Why does Agnew what to do this? And they ultimately didn't let him take that over. But we can now see knowing his criminal designs, and knowing how criminal scheme worked that his effort to do that. Once he was vice president, which again failed must have been an effort to get control of more contracts that he could then dole out in this kickback scheme that would earn him some cash let me reintroduce you both. If you're just joining us. My guests are Rachel Maddow, and producer, Mike Yar vets they've collaborated on the podcast bagman. A seven part series about the bribery and extortion scandal faced by Nixon's. First vice president Spiro Agnew. It's also about how Agnew was forced out of office. It's a story with a lot of parallels to today. We'll be right back after a break. This is fresh air. This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us, my guests are Rachel Maddow and Mike yard. They've collaborated on the podcast bagman. About the bribery and extortion scandal involving Nixon's first vice president Spiro Agnew, and how Agnew was subsequently forced out of office. There's a lot of parallels to today. So once the Maryland federal prosecutors found out about talk of this bribery, and extortion scheme involving Agnew. They wanted to investigate and see what they can find they needed the green light from the newly appointed attorney general Elliot Richardson, he was appointed in the spring of nineteen Seventy-three Richardson had already appointed a special prosecutor to investigate Watergate. So what was Richardson's reaction when he was told by his prosecutors that they wanted to investigate the vice president and bribery, extortion Richardson was in mazing situation here because he was not only. The attorney general the third Nixon attorney general at that point the first two had resigned in Watergate adjacent scandals of their own. He's the third Nixon attorney general there is the special prosecutor's looking into Watergate, he's responsible for that to a certain extent as attorney general, but he's also become a sounding board for Nixon himself Nixon frequently personally calling Elliot Richardson at that point to complain about various elements of the Watergate investigation in the scandal surrounding him, and that gives Richardson an insight into the president's state of mind, and how much this investigation is affecting him and distracting him and dominating his life as president and on top of that a totally unrelated scandal is brought to his desk from these Baltimore prosecutors who had not started off investigating Agnew. They had just started investigating. What was known to be a public corruption problem in Maryland. They did not expect that it would take them to the door of the sitting vice president. But it. It did. At the time. They came to Richardson, they had a ton of evidence against the sitting vice president, and they were essentially bringing him something brand new and something potentially equally catastrophic for the White House to the Watergate scandal he was already dealing with. So Richardson is getting pressured by Agnew like don't do anything about this Richardson could have put a stop to this right there. But he didn't he could've and that's one of the really sort of dramatic scenes that plays out in this podcast. And that the prosecutors were counted for us as this July third nineteen Seventy-three meeting where they're going to the Justice department to meet with Richardson for the first time, and they know that they've got the sort of bombshell on their hands. They understand Watergate is going on at the time, and the consequences of this are are incredible going into that meeting as they recount, they don't know what Elliot Richardson is going to do as they're laying out all of this evidence that they've collected against the sitting vice president they're sort of looking at Elliot Richardson's face trying to sort of calculate what he's going to do in Richardson during this meeting has been called out of the room for phone calls from the White House about Watergate from Nixon from El Hage, and so it's incredible pressure. That Elliot Richardson is under at the time, which the prosecutors are aware of and it's not until at the end of that meeting that it becomes clear to the prosecutors that Elliot Richardson is not. Not going to shut this investigation down. He understands the importance of it. And he basically gives them the green light to keep investigating and that they would keep this this investigation secret, including from the White House until such time as they needed to to sort of move forward with a more formal part of the investigation..
"first vice president" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Jarvis talk about their podcast bag man about the bribery and extortion scandal that led Nixon's first vice president Spiro Agnew to be forced out of office. The podcast reveals some new twists in that story. It's a story that has important parallels and lessons that relate to the current investigations into President Trump. Join us weekdays at two on ninety three point nine FM WNYC. It's morning edition on WNYC. I'm Richard Hake. Good morning. Stay tuned. Coming up in Pakistan, many school children attend religious schools in part because the public schools are so bad the public education system, vastly vastly underserve Spock ninety kids. These religious schools are often accused of indoctrinating students with extreme interpretations of Islam. We'll have that story coming up in just about fifteen minutes. Some early morning trains cancelled on nj transit northeast quarter, north jersey coast lines. There's also an overturned tractor trailer on the New Jersey turnpike by the gobbles bridge causing big delays this morning. We do expect a partly sunny day today. Steady temperatures around forty one degrees. It'll be breezy right now in central park. Forty two degrees with fair skies..