35 Burst results for "Five A.M."
The Officer Tatum Show
Religion Vs. Relationship
"You know, let me say this about Christians sometimes. I get people giving me pushback and they claim that they're Christians and they're like, well, you always, you name call it Jesus name called in the Bible. It's calling somebody a viper, not a name, not name calling. It's calling somebody a hypocrite, not name calling, is making the declarative statement. I don't even know if that's a word, but it sound good. Making a statement to say, these people will no way into the kingdom of God. Isn't that a judgmental statement? Isn't that harsh to say? But our lord and savior didn't hold back telling the truth about these phonies. Because if he sat there and was passive about his statements against the people who are destroying America or not in our sense, destroying America has since trying to destroy the kingdom of God. And I would argue in our sense as well. Trying to destroy the word of God trying to destroy the kingdom of God. You got to call these people out for who they are. So that the youngsters don't fall to the trap and be deceived. And think that these people are in it for your best interest. They are not. The pharisees were not in it for the people of God's best interest. They were lost.
The Officer Tatum Show
Bernie Sanders, The Capitalist
"They tell the things that they tout and they don't believe them. Bernie Sanders is the biggest capitalist in the United States of America. Yet he touts the talk of points of socialism. He wrote a book made millions off of his book. That's capitalism. He could have gave his book away for free. Now, I wrote a book. I know how much it costs for me to write the book to have the editors to pay for the book. Why can't you give it to him for free? And they pay for it cost. If he's, you know, off of socialism because the thing is that some people don't make as much money as others. And so they may not be able to forge a book. So why don't you give it to them for free? I'll give it to everybody can pay the lowest common denominator. Give it to them at cost. Therefore, everybody can afford your book. No, he doesn't. Of course he doesn't. Then come to find out tickets to the show. $95. I don't even charge $95. And I'm way smarter than Bernie Sanders.
The Officer Tatum Show
Newton's Third Law
"Mister Bernie Sanders, you know that we a game that toupee wig is weighing down on his soul because he finally, in my opinion, came clean and alluded to the fact that equity means nothing. What is equity? That makes no sense relationally when it comes to human interaction. It makes no sense when it comes to, I want to call it, I don't know what the college Newton's force module or formula. I think it's Newton. Somebody helped me if I missed Newton's law of gravity. I think it's the law of gravity. With every action, there's an opposite of equal reaction. I may be saying it right, but you get what I'm saying. So the same idea is what you If you put a lot in, you will get a lot out.
The Officer Tatum Show
The Mental Illness of Leftism
"All right, let me talk about scamming Sanders. You know, these leftists, they are mentally ill or evil. They fall in one of those categories. Some of them the reason that they talking to act the way they do because they have a mental disability. If you're a type of person that struggles with cognitive dissonance and you can't even perceive reality and you don't even have truth rooted in your arguments and you can't even balance your perspective and agree to disagree with people, you have no basis for your arguments. All you do is operate in an emotion. That is a mental illness. There are some people that had what we call Trump derangement syndrome. People should have been diagnosed and treated for Trump derangement syndrome. And now this woke ology won't derangement syndrome or whatever you want to call it. These people are struggling with a mental illness. I really believe it's a mental illness. They can not, for the life of them, perceive how capitalism is a good thing. Although they flourish in capitalism, they can not understand how this country can be so racist. Although this is the greatest country on Planet Earth, and they know they just making this stuff up.
The Officer Tatum Show
Trump Trolls Ron DeSantis in CPAC Speech
"All right, let me get to Donald Trump, Trump at cpac. I think Trump has a tremendous amount of momentum. I'm just really hoping that he just keep the momentum going, brother. It's just crazy to me because I'm like, I see Trump having a lot of momentum. I think Trump's momentum going into the 2024 election is the highest it has ever been. Please Donald Trump. Don't get in the weeds with desantis. Please. I saw a little clippy posted the other day talking about he regret supporting desantis for governor. Like, come on bro just stop that. And you gonna kill it. Because everybody knows that Joe Biden's got one foot in the grave. And unfortunately, the other one is literally hanging on a cliff with a grain of a concrete, just getting ready to break off and that other foot going right in the grave. He right there. And I'm not saying it to be funny 'cause man death is so final and it's very sad when somebody loses their life, but for this lunatic that's running our country lying to the people destroying America, you know, hey, the other foot going in the grave probably ain't that crazy of a thing.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Axios: Trump's Five-Part Plan to Attack DeSantis
"Scoop actually is boasted of a big scoop this morning, Mike Allen, was on morning Joe. Here's what he said. You got the cut number there, guys. They don't have in front of me. Mike Allen with Mika and Joe on morning Joe telling about the axios scoop to lay out Trump's that lays out Trump's supposed 5 point plan to take down Ron DeSantis. Trump's going to talk a lot about his past talk about cutting entitlements. Medicare is social security, including when he was a congressman. He's going to talk about the loyalty that he thinks that he should have for Trump who was a big help in making him governor. Trump has been proving as he calls tweeting on his platform truth social. He's been talking a lot about Paul Ryan, trying to say that desantis is a lackey of the former speaker and shears his views. He's going to go after ironically desantis to say that he was too cautious about COVID, of course, largely the rap on the governor is the opposite and Joe. He's going to say that he's waffled on Ukraine.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Video Producer Yuriy Sukhorukov Confirms 1,000 Train Derailments Stat
"Yuri did some research. Let me bring my video producer into this conversation in a few minutes because Yuri was checking it out last night. Hey, Yuri, tell me what you found because again, this was stunning when mayor Pete is on TV saying there's a thousand a year you called and you looked it up and you were able to confirm it. Yeah, I did the math and it comes out to over 2.7 trail derailments each day if you break it up into 360 five days a year. But did you did you confirm the number though that there's this many happening in America? Yeah, approximately. I think it's insane. But I think they also count the tranquil and that's with minimal damage but still there's a whole wide variety of range with how bad these trails are lands really. You don't like the
The Officer Tatum Show
Brandon Comments on the Charges Brought Against Memphis Officers
"Made a video about the Memphis police charges, height yesterday, and I put it on my YouTube channel. And some people are just completely stupid. I'm shocked at the stupidity of the average person, I think. Y'all are special. Just know you special. If you don't think you special or anything else, if you got common sense, you are a special breed of a person. I made a video about the charges just giving my honest opinion about the challenges that I see in some of these charges when it goes to trial. Some people are so ignorant that somehow they think that because you get charged with something you're going to be convicted of it. You understand that there's going to be a defense to these officers unless they all plead guilty and it doesn't appear that they've played guilty. So there could be a defense and O. J. Simpson did not get convicted of murder. I'd like to use O. J. Simpson as an example. Just because you get charged with, just because the public believes you should be charged with a particular crime, doesn't mean that when you go to court is going to end up being that way. And I told people like this from the very beginning, told people, and I tell people all these cases, I go and I evaluate what I perceive and then I evaluate what the law says and how it could be applicable or not in the court of law.
The Officer Tatum Show
Biden-Supporter Stephen Curry Moves to Block 'Low-Income Housing'
"Biden supporter NBA star Stephan curry moves to block low income housing, near his $30 million mansion. He endorsed Biden in 2022. In 2020, I mean, and he is coming out very clear that he is opposed to the low income housing development. We hesitate to add to the not in our backyard rhetoric, but we want to send a note before today's meeting, safety, and privacy for us and our kids continue to be our top priority and one of the biggest reasons we chose. I think that's Atherton as home, stepping his wife, miss curry wrote in a letter to officials in Atherton. Now, you should. You should. Not want them to add low income housing in an area where there's $30 million mansions. But the hypocrisy though, the hypocrisy, it was an attempt by Stephan Kerry, who was a 5th, the 5th highest paid athlete in the world last year, according to Forbes to prevent undesirables from crowding the area around his home in California.
The Officer Tatum Show
Black People Add a Lot of Value to This Country
"Know the interesting thing is that I am one of the only people there to say the stuff that I'm saying. And I don't say it because I hate like some people come to me and say, because you hate black people. It's like, no, I care because I think black people add a lot of value to this country. And I think that black people have a lot of things that they've accomplished already in this country and they had, you know, black culture, not the degenerate culture, but black culture is, you know, one of the best additions to America and there's a lot of good when I was growing up. There was a lot of good even in the hood. But just the BS overshadowed it. And a lot of people that had great talent, great, you know, they had a lot of things that could have gone for them, but they never made it. And the reason they never made it because, you know, I would argue that they didn't have anybody that will keep it real with them. And tell them, hey man, let me tell you how to make it in life. You can't walk around with Japan sagging. First of all, I look stupid. Second of all, that's not the best version of yourself. That's not gonna make any sense for you to do that, because people begin to judge you. And are they inappropriate and judging you? No, I don't think so, 'cause half of the people say any pants are gang members and thugs. So you don't want that reputation. Let me show you how to win in life.
The Officer Tatum Show
How Are We Still Blaming White People in Memphis?
"All right, let me get back to the subject at hand. Your boy DLS, schmidly. And these black leaders, I mean, like, I'm just a methodically go through my life, and I'm not going to tell every story, but I'm just going to give you a summary. If I look back over my life, and I look at the things that were detrimental to my success and my future, it was because of black people. It wasn't because of white people. It was because of black people. In the crazy thing is, is that nowadays, instead of taking responsibility for the actions of your people, people love to divert to white the white man. And it's Memphis situation. You know, you can go across the country, but it is Memphis situation. The chief is black. The officers involved are black. The victim is black. And they still blame white people. You know, enough is enough.
The Officer Tatum Show
Officer Tatum Smells a Rate in the Memphis P.D.
"I just want to address this real quick. You know, I can smell a rat a mile away. I can smell a rat a mile away. I can smell a devious person, a mile away. And I knew that there was some suspicious and shady about the Memphis police chief. I knew it. When you see a person going out and going on the news and speaking ill will against the police officers that are taking really no accountability. I mean, the first thing you say, even if you believe it or not, as a leader, you have to say it is my father that those officers did that, I'll take full responsibility. We need to work on our training. I did not have them equipped, and I did not make sure we didn't have people like this on the streets. I would cry if I heard a police chief in 2023 say something like that. I would literally cry. Because people don't have spines anymore. In the police profession and in woke America, they just don't have it. It's okay to say, look, it's my fault. I remember before I left the police department, I really wanted to be a chief one day. It was my goal, my passion, my dream to become the police chief one day. And I was really on that track. I had went back to school to get my master's degree because you need a master's degree to be able to promote past captain. I was a public information officer with like two and a half years on a police department. And normally, all of the chiefs end up being IOs at some point in their career. So, you know, for people that know about policing, there's a fast track, right? They fast track certain people that they think could be leaders, and they get you involved in these different specialty units, like public information officer, the internal affairs unit, units that some people would gawk at, they are pushing you in that area because that leads you to a leadership position. So they were really pushing me in that direction. And I believe I would have been a great leader. One of the things that I often said is that I'm going to always take accountability for my actions.
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Mike Gallagher Podcast
Caller: There Won't Be As Many Protests
"How are you doing, Mike? You look great on the Salem news channel. Thank you very much. All right. All right, now I will give the Memphis authorities credit for wanting to make sure that there's no riots or any going on in their cities. I would daresay that there probably won't be as much riots or protesting in such over this incident versus past incidents for this main reason. The victim was black obviously, but the cops were black, right. If the cops who did this to this 29 year old man were white, they would have already been riots and protests and all sorts of things going on across the country. They wouldn't want to have to wait for a video to repeat released. It would have happened already. And the truth of the matter is if there is any violence in Memphis or Atlanta or anywhere else in the country, it will prove that the effort to smear police officers and to disparage law enforcement, Trump's racial unrest or racial conflict. And we'll wait and see. I'm praying that there is no violence, but I'm praying always for a peaceful reaction. Peaceful protest is something we should all champion. Burning down a Wendy's because of a police shooting or some police action should not be supported in any way, shape or form and reasonable people know that.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
FOX News: Authorities Warn Tyre Nichols Video 'Will Be Hard to Watch'
"The police chief who has seen the video says it defies humanity. It's heartbreaking. Here's a report from Fox News channel sharing the details of all of these events that led to the death of 29 year old Tyree Nichols. Hours from now Memphis police are expected to release body cam footage from the night of Tyree Nichols death and authorities are warning that video will be hard to watch now. This all started on January 7th when the 29 year old was pulled over by Memphis police on suspicion of reckless driving. What we're about to play here is a recording from the police scanner from part of the confrontation. Listen. We got one more big run. Pull over. He's running around. We have one running on foot. He's fighting at this time. The nickels families legal team has seen the footage and they say it shows the 5 officers beating Tyree for three minutes. He died in the hospital three days after the incident. Now, cities across the nation are bracing anticipating the tape could trigger civil unrest with the methodist police chief giving this morning. This is not just a professional failing. This is a failing of basic humanity toward another individual. This incident was heinous, reckless, and inhumane. And in the vein of transparency, when the video is released in the coming days, you will see this for yourselves. None of this is a calling card for inciting violence or destruction on our community or against our citizens.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Caller: Will the Charges Stick Against All 5 Memphis Officers?
"Anyway, I was just wondering why you didn't put the rest of the what the prosecutor said when he was talking about the police officers. If you recall, he said that all 5 of them were going to be charged with that crime while all 5 of them didn't meet this guy. But there were the ones that were standing around. So they were complicit in his death. And if you go back in time and look at some of the other deaths that's been going around the country, there's a lot of complexity going around with the cops, and this is one of the reasons why people were talking about defund the police. You know, they're concerned about the cops that are so called good cops that are standing around and not doing their job. Right. Watching the buddies do their things, you know, getting a thing off and beating people, choking them out and whatnot. And the other cops not lifting a finger to do anything about it. Yep, I get that. Now here's the problem. Second degree murder is probably gonna, they're gonna have a hard time getting that to stick to all 5 of them. I agree. You know. I agree. But I agree. But it is, but it is, this goes back to the Derek Chauvin thing when he's got his knee on George Floyd's neck for 9 minutes or 12 minutes or however long it was. Nobody else did anything about it.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Caller: Memphis Police Want to Minimize the Impact of Video
"Hey, Mike, I applaud your naivete for saying that you don't know why they're waiting till 6 p.m. on a Friday to release the video. But I think the answer is pretty simple. And obvious, actually, 6 p.m. on Friday, man. People got better stuff to do. We got dinner plans. We're going to a show we're going to a high school basketball game. It minimizes the impact of the video. Simple. That doesn't even come close to making any sense. And I bear with me here. Let me let's walk through this together. 6 p.m. on a Friday. All the evening newscasts are all set to go. That is prime. People are going out on Friday. If they do it 6 p.m. Thursday, sure. People at home. Let me make my point, please. On a Friday night, prime time viewing all the nightly newscasts will have it. It is going to be absolutely front and center. It's right before all the prime time shows on Friday night, Paul are you kidding me? I don't think they have time to go through it, Mike. I really don't. To go through what? To go through the video formulate their opinions in analysis and there's not going to be any analytic analysis here. People are going to see it and they're going to get angry and they're going to realize I think people try to get the most creative angle to attract the most attention to their opinion on the story. Well, I don't know.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Shelby County D.A. Calls for Reform Based on 'Lessons Learned'
"I really do appreciate what the Memphis district attorney said. About this case. This is the Shelby county Tennessee DA Steve mulroy. And I think his words are very, very powerful. We all want the same thing. We want justice for Tyree Nichols. It's my hope that if there is any silver lining to be drawn from this very dark cloud, it's that perhaps this incident can open a broader conversation about the need for police reform. The world is watching us and we need to show the world what lessons we can learn from this tragedy. Those are really poignant words and appropriate and necessary. I agree that we should have a we could have a conversation about police reform. I am pro police, you know what I'm not doing this show. I spend time on Gallagher's heroes the fallen officer fund, which is our charitable foundation. We assist the families of police officers who have been killed in the line of duty because too many police officers are killed in the line of duty. We publish the first responders Bible, which distributes a King James Bible and a spiritual fitness manual to first responders all over the country. I proudly stand with police officers. But I don't think there's much dispute that 5 police officers shouldn't beat a guy to death. Now, I haven't seen the video yet. Most of us haven't. We're going to find out in a few hours, but I'm told it's really bad. It's really awful.
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"five a.m." Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Talk a GN five. A.m. and 98.1 FM is on CBS in the world. I'm John Baxter. Jeff Bliss is specific Watch. 20 years before Jeff Bliss hearing about the attack on New York and Washington. Where were you, Jeff? And what did you first think in these incomplete reports from the East Coast? Good evening to you? Good evening, John. I happened to be getting ready for a business trip that day. I was going to Sacramento to, uh, to see some business contacts and I went downstairs. Grab some coffee turned on the TV was giving the newspaper out in those days he was going on. And the T V reports were of this plane apparently had crashed in one of the World Trade Center towers. And I stood looking at saying, Wow, you know, that reminded me of my grandfather told me he had seen back in 1945 just after a airplane had crashed into the Empire State building. And so that's what came to my mind is right away. Of course, back then in 1945. It happened in a very foggy situation. Bad weather. And this was very clear. You can see how clear it was. I come from a fat, long fat line of pilots. And so I know it. Visual flight rules are and that was about his visual flight rules the day as you get. It was so crystal clear as I'm watching it thinking boy that had to be the worst bit of piloting or, you know, problem with airplane. The second plane slams into the other tower. And then it struck me right away. This is not a coincidence. This is on purpose. So I tried to, you know, get my wits together, and it wasn't long after that. That Reports came in about the attack on the Pentagon and the plane in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and that possible other attacks throughout the country and everybody was worried about and where I was looking at that time in the central coast of California, there's a nuclear power plant just up the street, literally from us. And that was the big concern is that would be one of the targets everybody thought would be possible was right there out on that parliamentary over the ocean. Easy to get to, they thought and so people were freaking out about it. But I didn't end up later that week, taking my business trip not by plane, but by car driving up Northern California and I was just taken by kind of what kind of ghost town feeling. Everything was so few people on the roads driving by major airports and seeing no traffic whatsoever. I didn't see some military vehicles here and there, but it was just a very quiet, somber time and just wondering what's next. York and Boston and Washington were the three cities on the East Coast. Most concerned, but L A and San Francisco Those were the destinations of the craft. And so there were lots of Californians lost. Jeff, Do you remember in the course of the day? Did you talk to people about what had happened and what it seemed? Did anybody make sense of who launched the attack before the president went on that night to make remarks? There were all kinds of you know speculation. None of us were experts hadn't really been engaged in a war and terrorism speak, Uh, but people were automatically kind of going there. What's what? What would make the most sense? Some people remembered the attempt to blow up the World Trade Center back in the nineties, when they drove a truck bomb under the World Trade Center. So people kind of put it together with that, although nobody was talking about an Isis or Al Qaeda or Taliban. It was just like, remember those terrorists who did that? Uh, but it was really you know, people that I was around. There were a number of people that knew people that were supposed to be on those flights or were working in the World Trade Center area. And so there was a great deal of worry. You know, it's not only got the no communication coming out of their area, but you have 3000 miles between us. In New York. And so some of those people did lose family members and friends while others had their family members escape or not even make it to work that day. Thankfully, so again, it added to that whole strange feeling was almost being like in a dream or one of those dreams. Where you keep slogging through quick, standard cement. You can't pull your feet out. That's the only way I can describe it because it was like nothing. I never felt before or since, and it just seemed to get worse as it went on, because of course, that The flights going into the buildings, and then the towers collapsing in all the mayhem and confusion of sadness that ensued after that, it was just horrible nightmares period. 20 years later, we must attend to the wildfires of California. The report in the New York Times this morning was that the dry conditions were.
"five a.m." Discussed on KOMO
"Time is 4 31. Here's the top local stories recovering for Friday, September 10 There was a deadly hit and run and along Seattle's Aurora Avenue overnight, Cuomo's Frank Lindsay reports. It happened in the northbound lanes of Aurora Avenue at 46th Street That's just north of the Aurora Bridge. Police say a person in a truck hit someone who was walking in the roadway. And then the driver kept going. Police chased them into Edmonds. The driver then got onto I five and headed south with no headlights on and got all the way to can't before police were able to use their cars to stop them and take them into custody. Police suspect the driver was under the influence. Frank Lindsay Cuomo News in a matter of months, a homeless housing project is scheduled to open at Redmond. Many business owners say King County never warned them about the potential of the potential effects on profits, and they're still waiting for answers. GMOs Jonathan show reports from Redmond, Dr Christopher Grise is in the business of helping people deal with aches and pain. It's a little tighter at the Bellevue Redmond physical therapy center. It felt like they just wanted to do this without anybody knowing about it, but admits his own Threshold for stress and patience is being stretched thin. And the fact that I wasn't even on it. It's just really frustrating prices, talking about King County's attempt to notify businesses in Redmond, Bellevue, that could be impacted by the new homeless housing coming into the former Silver Cloud Inn. Well, we are right across the state, so it's definitely a big oversight. I must say Jessica McMorrow Stefan All Phones Bureau Ballroom dance studio, and also says the county never contacted her about the baggage. That could come with the opening of this facility. That's almost Jonathan Show reporting More high schools are canceling their football games because of Covid 19 infections. Parent Dwayne God says it's hard to balance safety and a sense of normalcy. That's the most important thing is that they're safe and they're healthy. So is that is that weird balance? You kind of run As a parent. You're kind of like Well, you know, I love my son and I want him to be having fun, but I also wanted to get out. Last night's Kentridge game against Liberty was canceled after player tested positive for Covid 19 and two more games scheduled for tonight, and Edmonds were also called off. School leaders say metal, Dale and Lynwood both had a person test positive for the virus. Last Friday, East Side Catholic was missing 24 players after a positive case among the team mascot. Large outdoor events are now the rule across Washington Governor Jay Inslee's new order takes effect Monday. And it applies to people five and older. At any event with 500 or more people, All of them will have to mask up regardless of covid vaccination status. It's a move that's been recommended by health leaders, especially after Covid outbreaks at large events in our state that the watershed Festival at the gorge led to more than 200 infections from that one event. And it was outdoors outdoors remain the safest place for people to be. We understand that, But when people are packed tightly together, we're getting transmission and ultimate hospitalizations and death. Masker already required for everyone Age five and older and most indoor public places. Cos time is now 4 34 Koma traffic. We check it every 10 minutes on the forest from the double lock up Traffic center. We say good morning to J. Phillips. Good morning in liquid They on the eastbound highway. 5 12 on ramp to Dortmund five. A collision has just been cleared from that ramp. That ramp is open. Now in Seattle, the I five Express lanes are closed for maintenance. They will reopen those shortly at five a.m. in the southbound direction, also in Seattle, on East Lake Washington Boulevard. At Montlake Boulevard. The traffic lights aren't working. Treat us and always stop your next report at 4 44 I'm J. Phillips on KOMO News. Thanks J. Here's the KOMO forecast with Shannon O'Donnell T g I f heading into our Friday with changing whether the blue.
"five a.m." Discussed on KOMO
"From ABC News. I'm Richard can sue. After months of escalating tension between the US and China, President Biden called his Chinese counterpart, President Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping spoke when Mr Biden first took office, hoping to jump start US Chinese relations after 4 10 years under President Trump, Not much has improved, so President Biden made a second call Thursday night aimed at healing ties. There's much the U. S is not happy about, including China obstructing investigations into how the pandemic began its state, saying Cyber crimes. And relations with North Korea and Iran. A B C's Andy field, the president, ratcheting up the pressure on unvaccinated Americans and the pandemic. We're in the tough stretch, and it could last for a while, so he's signing executive orders that will impact as many as 100 Million Americans with new federal vaccine requirements among them that all businesses with more than 100 employees require all of their employees to be vaccinated. Mr Biden also addressed the vaccine averse directly. Just don't take it from Lee me. Listen to the voices of unvaccinated Americans who are lying in hospital beds. Taking their final breath, saying, If only I'd gotten vaccinated, if only it's a tragedy. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the lawsuit aimed at taking down Texas's fetal heartbeat Abortion law declaring it violates the Constitution's supremacy clause, the 14th amendment and is illegal under federal law. And he's putting other states on notice if another state uses the same kind of provisions to deprive its citizens of their constitutional rights and in particular to private citizens of the ability to seek immediate review. We will bring the same kind of lawsuit, the federal Court filing says. Lonnie Kaufman, of Oakville, Alabama, was charged with bringing 11 Molotov cocktails and other weapons to Washington. D. C the day of the capital Insurrection, has reached a plea deal. No details. You're listening to ABC news COM Oh NEWS Art Sanders. Now your top local stories from the chemo 24 7 News Center. You have to put on a mask. Next time you go to a concert or a game under Governor James Lee's new statewide mandate. The governor's order takes effect Monday. And, like the existing indoor mask order, it requires everyone ages five and up to mask up at outdoor events with more than 500 people. Whether you've received the Covid vaccine or not, you combine large crowds with the delta variant without any mitigation. We're going to keep Seeing the super spreader events. Even in outdoor environment. Science has proven the mass can reduce the risk of those transmission governor expressed some frustration with people who refused to mask or vaccinated even as the Delta variant continues to drive. This current surged, also asked Idaho officials to adopt similar measures because he says, they're packed hospitals mean patients will eventually have to cross into our state. The newest coronavirus numbers in the state Health Department show more than 4200 new cases in the last 24 hours, 59 more days. And now you're Como Dubin Law group Traffic updates. In Seattle. The I five express lanes are again closed overnight for maintenance and will reopen at five a.m. in the southbound direction. Also in Seattle, on northbound five between Mercer Street and 5, 20. The right lane is closed until five a.m. for roadwork and in Maple Valley traffic on Highway 169 is alternating each direction. Near to 88 Street until five a.m. four roadwork I'm J. Phillips, Cuomo 24 7 traffic. The coma forecast. Why everybody? T g I f heading into our Friday with changing whether the blue scales disappearing the clouds taking over today instead. With the cloudy overcast 10 usually will be cooling temps down quite a bit sixties to about 70 around Seattle and Tacoma today, a chance for some passing showers, especially Friday night into early Saturday morning. After that, partly sending for most of the rest of the weekend with high still in the low seventies Come a weather center and meteorologist Shannon O. Donnell. Tom Brady threw for 379 yards and four touchdowns, helping.
"five a.m." Discussed on KOMO
"That risk with safety measures like seatbelts, taking driver's education course not driving at night, and I think that's where we're at right now, with kids going back to school, he says. The Department of Health's biggest concern right now is monitoring for outbreaks in schools and containing those outbreaks. Washington State University is wrapping up week three of students back on campus were in person learning. Cuomo's Holly Menino got an exclusive interview with WS used, President Schulz said many students were zoomed out. And super eager to be back in person, he says. Vaccines and vaccination rates made that possible. Schultz says the vaccination rate for students, faculty and staff is between 93 94% was 70% of students and Pullman reporting They're vaccinated. I interviewed Schultz in May of 2020. He hopes students will be able to return to in person learning and fall of 2020, but with rising case numbers and no approved vaccines that wasn't possible. I look back on it. It was the correct decision I believe, and, uh and just as much as actually were in the correct place now having people back understanding that You know, people are so hungry for that in person, experience, faculty staff and students that it feels different where a year ago. A lot of people are saying, Hey, we don't want anything to do with in person When it comes to enrollment. President Schulz says enrollment will be down a couple percentage points compared to a year ago. He says they are already gearing up for what fall of 2022. Well look like In Seattle. The I five express lanes are again closed overnight for maintenance and will reopen at five a.m. in the southbound direction. Also in Seattle, on northbound five between Mercer Street and 5, 20. The right lane is closed until five a.m. for roadwork and in Maple Valley traffic on Highway 169 is alternating each direction. Near to 88 Street until five a.m. four roadwork I'm J. Phillips, Cuomo 24 7 traffic. The camo forecast. Why everybody? T g I f heading into our Friday with changing whether the blue skies disappearing the clouds.
"five a.m." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Killed 26. People, poorly welded badly located and completely missing. Studs are cited. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Drive by shooting until very county last night has left demand in critical condition. The shooting happened in the area of Mineral King Avenue and Road 1 56 nearby Salia deputies say the victim was stopped at a red light when a car pulled up next to him and fired multiple shots. In San Diego County. Roberto Flores was sentenced yesterday to 28 years to life in prison for intentionally hitting an Oceanside motorcycle officer with a car floors was convicted last month for hitting officer Brad Hunter. Back in 2017. The crash left Hunter hospitalized with life threatening injuries. Statewide flex alert has been issued for residents that will be in effect today. The California Independent System operator issued the alert yesterday because of above normal temperatures, residents are being asked to conserve power today from four PM to nine PM That was a quick look at the latest news. I'm Jordan Christmas from the I. Heart radio newsroom. Sacramento traffic from the KPK traffic center and a very pleasant good morning to you in Auburn South pound 49 from Bell Road to Dry Creek Road, both the number too late in the right shoulder close until six a.m. for shoulder work. Sacramento eastbound 50 the Watt Avenue off ramp closed till five a.m. due to miscellaneous work in Roseville. The South bound 65 transition ramp to westbound 80. You have the number two lane. Take it away until five a.m. for guardrail, Repair And in the Sierra Westbound 80 between Applegate, Rhoda Newcastle Road, the number two lane and the right shoulder close till six a.m. for guardrail. Repairer Always be work zone alert. From the party leading the way home traffic center Steve Herrera News 93.1 KFBK Now Sacramento weather under mostly clear sky early this morning lows between 64 68.
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"Well, the Mariners. That means fans would need to show proof if the team makes the playoffs cracking begin their first season later in October, so that means all home games will have that requirement. Official CDC issued vaccine card or a photo or digital version of the card will be accepted. People in King County will soon have to prove they've been vaccinated in order to get into some businesses. Combos Charlie Harder has the story press release. The county executive's office calls these non essential businesses and other venues. So think bars, restaurants and retail but not grocery stores, among others. The press release from the county doesn't use the word vaccine passports, But it says by October, people would have to verify if they've been vaccinated in order to get inside those places. Executive's office says they're working out details with shop owners, cities and unions. The policies would likely go into effect sometime next month. In several states, mostly in the south. They have outlawed such vaccine verification requirements. Charlie Harder, camo new someone who's time 10, 34 and traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center J. Phillips. We continue to watch this disabled vehicle in Maple Valley on southbound Highway 169 at southeast to 31st. This collision is blocking the right lane in Seattle. The I five express lanes are closed overnight, They'll reopen. And in the Coton direction at five a.m. and road work happening in Seattle on this southbound five off ramp to Mercer Street. The right lane of the ramp is blocked until five o'clock in the morning. Fort Road work Your next report Coming up at 10, 44 and J. Phillips go more news. Shannon or Donald with your Como forecast, Weak December disturbance going to roll over the top of us after dark here, So as we had past midnight, we could see a chance for thunder, lightning and hail, bumbling,.
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"Teeth grinding Bumpy group where changing the asphalt will also be adding pavement markings and doing some painting out there as well. Shanty Felix with Maryland State Highway says the million paving begins tonight on 4 95 between Georgia Avenue in Connecticut Avenue. We're going to be working overnight Sunday through Fridays, nine P.m. to five A.m. until expected completion later this fall. Barbara Brit W M A. L and W m a l dot com. W ml News Time is 10 04. I'm Sharon Reardon. And now here's your W ml traffic. And whether, from the Hadeed carpet cleaning traffic center in Alexandria. 3 95 north on seminary Road, Disabled Vehicle blocks the right lane in Dortmund. 3 95 between Edsel and Duke Street Road Construction closes the left Lean capital Beltway, between Branch Avenue and ST Barnabus Road. There's road construction that reduces that to two lanes and you'll find that on both the inner and outer loops and on the inner loop of the Beltway ad 66 right lane is closed because of work. Zone and in Silver Spring, Georgia Avenue northbound near Wayne Avenue. Emergency utility work closes the left lane. I'm RJ McRaney now from Garage Door Repair. Calm. The W M A. L. ABC seven Storm Watch. Forecast. Yes, Claire's Night tonight Low 69 Chance for storms tomorrow High 86. My doctor told me my blood pressure's borderline. I figured I could worry about it or do something about it. So I took control with garlic. Healthy blood pressure formula works safely and naturally to help maintain healthy blood pressure with a custom blend of garlic, vitamins.
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"Week. America's listening to Fox views your next Fox News update in 30 minutes. Now your top local stories are on Twin cities. News talk dot com Amounts View Man has been charged with murder in connection with his wife's death over 10 years ago. Nicholas Fergus was recently charged with 1st and 2nd degree murder in Ramsey County. He was arrested earlier this year on suspicion of shooting and killing Heidi Ferguson. ST Paul in 10 2001 person is dead and another is Hurt after a speeding car crashed into a yard in Minnetonka. Police say they started chasing a car that was involved in a street race. Early yesterday morning. They lost track of the car and later founded crashed in a yard in the 5300 block of Baker Road. Minneapolis Police are still trying to figure out who shot a teen on the city's north side, Police say the 19 year old was shot while sitting in a car on Lindale Avenue north Saturday afternoon. The teens expected to be okay. No suspects have been identified. Crews in northern Minnesota used last week's favorable weather to establish containment lines North and east of the Greenwood. Fire information officer Stephanie Spencer says, where possible. They cut those breaks directly at the edge of the fire to stop it right at that point. If the weather is going to continue to cooperate with us, we're going to continue to look for opportunities to go direct along the southern actual border of the fire. We would prefer to get direct containment lines in at this time and just have it black. At last count, 14 primary structures and 57 outbuildings were destroyed by the fire. August 23rd. And drivers headed south on I 35 after the holiday weekend may encounter some slowdowns as a month long striping project gets underway overnight Delays for striping work in parts of the Southern I 35 quarter will begin tomorrow night crews will be working on the roadway between seven p.m. and five a.m. each night through mid October. I'm Su Danielson Broca's is going into labor labor. We're going into Labor Day with our best event of the year. Take a deep breath and tell us about it..
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"Clark. On college athletics and how you know essentially an exploitation system that's been institutionalized with athletes at the college level, not being compensated in the least, and yet the money is generated are beyond substantial. To the phones. James in Dublin. You're on KGO. Thanks for waiting. How are you doing today? Mark? I'm well, sir. Thank you for calling. Your kids are college athletes. Yep. And And if your Division one That's nothing but a full time job. They work their commitment to their colleges more than my job. Of 40 hours a week. I mean, One gets up at five a.m. in the morning starts. Cardio and then practice then goes to class in between goes back the practice, then goes to their studies at night and has their tutor and get to bed about 11 o'clock. 11 p.m. every day. That's what I was saying. It's insane. That's exactly what you heard me saying that that the the academic load is on top of the full time load, and yet they don't receive any compensation for it. Right, and they tell them what subjects they can take, because if it's really if the academic Is to strenuous and gets in front of their commitment to the to the sport that they're in. They can't take that subject. That's wild, Absolutely wild. Yeah, so so they get they get the scholarship. But your point is, it's not sufficient. I mean, even with the scholarship, the demands on them are so extraordinary. That I mean, this day is really too long in coming when they get some kind of additional compensation. That's correct, because they they are not allowed to have a job part time at all. And we send them both money every month for food and other basics that the scholarship doesn't doesn't cover. I mean, absolutely insane. And you know you, you you You just imply a good point, which is also Why not give these kids something to at least get by? I mean, some sort of, you know, stipend type thing. You know, it's it's insanity. That's a great call. James. Thank you so much. Appreciate the call and good luck to your kids. And you. Yeah. Wow. Maybe there's some money coming on down the way. Um it makes no sense. It makes no sense. And as I was saying before the compensation associated with these Programs at the collegiate level that are built on the backs of these athletes like James Kids. They generate billions of dollars. And so for the university to pay the coach 10 million is nothing. It's a rounding error to them. They'll make that up in, uh, you know the first hour. TV rights that they shall on that at any number of NC double a tournament. So basketball football, whatever it might be. Those are the marquee sports baseball to some degree as well. But it's it's wrong. So I look forward to seeing that June 9th on vice TV at nine o'clock. Um, that 90 minute documentary. Uh, 707 says South Park made an episode contrasting NC double A to modern day slavery and that's kind of what they they mentioned here in the documentary. You know? The other thing that is getting a lot of a lot of feedback is the tipping situation. We'll get some more of those texts. Oh, and on Twitter. I've got some great tweets as well. I'll get to those at Mark T live on Twitter. And when we come back some stories from the sky and more as we continue Mark Thompson K G. 08 10. Some say John.
"five a.m." Discussed on KOMO
"Say a cluster of small fires along highways on Thursday and Mason counties may have been set on purpose. Almost Joel Marino reports, investigators say there was a clear pattern as if someone was heading up the interstate. Setting fires along the way. Also, a witness saw a box truck. Maybe an SUV suddenly take off as the shoulder of the highway went up in flames. As firefighters doused the smoldering edges of I five troopers played a critical role to protect those cruise along the interstate. Well, a lot of times support that effort. Uh, you have both my vehicle and a d O t. Uh, also the response truck back here. That's Being used to help block traffic and keep those firefighters say. State Patrol says a dozen fires broke out in quick succession between some water and Shelton. Evidence points to them being intentionally set. And troopers are now looking for a black blue box style SUV or a box truck that looks like an SUV. That's almost Joel Marino Reporting call news time is 4 34. Cuomo TRAFFIC We check it every 10 minutes on the forest from the Dubin Lager Traffic Center. We say good morning to J. Phillips. Good morning South found I four or five at Cold Creek Parkway collision that was blocking the H O. V. Lane has been cleared to the left side toe, always on the scene. This may be a Bit of a visual distraction as they get that vehicle out of their Tiger Mountain eastbound highway 18 at Tiger Mountain Summit. There's a collision blocking the right lane. But it looks like they're just about to clear that away as well. And the eastbound lanes of 5 20 are closed between Montlake Boulevard in 92nd Avenue northeast until five A.m. You're an extra port at 4 44 I'm J. Phillips on Cuomo News. Thanks J. Here's the Comal forecast with a B, A Cockney fresh and clean westerly winds pushing into Western Washington overnight. That's going to increase our cloud cover. It could even give way to some.
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"I mean, Tom, Tom. What? What do you need to do More since we're not showing the books and I thought we just raised or are we are we when you say about we are you talking about this particular show? No. Are you talking about the head work as a whole? Well, No, The network is the whole. You guys doing a good job? I'm just saying, you know, we're talking about the referees and block this event. You know, Like I said, we're going to go back to Phoenix, You know, in a couple days Phoenix is going to get some good. You know, some good shots, and the rest are gonna make some bad calls in Wisconsin. Say he bad calls. You know if you stop and think about the series is tied up now for 22. It's one heck of a game. You know, It's just a I just curious to see that I love I love your enthusiasm. Time. Just curious. When did you start tuning in this morning? About what time Right away right around, I think was like 5 30 before Fox News came on. Okay. I want watch. I watch the news in the morning before I go to work. And then when? When Boston was and goes on, you know goes on their their thing. I turned you guys on, Come on it So so it's so you saw it from the top of the show six a.m., or for you, B five A.m.. If you caught the cities had 5 30 Am York Times that's sick. So you missed, like, open clock central. Yeah. Yeah, I missed her open. These are open where we everything you were asking us to do. We did And then we also have to take it Now. Now, From the sun's perspective, this is a national show, So we also had Gave night Salon you might know from ESPN Milwaukee. We had them on for an entire segment, and he talked about it from the perspective. And what a great game. It wasn't what Chris Middleton means and all that stuff. So when I ask you to do, Thomas, thanks for listeners always Thanks. Put us on After you watch Fox News is go to the podcast. And check us out because we did do all those things you asked us to do, But we do appreciate you listening. Just wanted to know from time. Like what?.
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"five a.m." Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"So keep an eye on your neighbors. For sure. We have a landscaper come out and how you should treat training because I did have some trees that We're a little too close to the house and they won't brushing it. But I could imagine that limb come flying off and, you know, maybe do damage to my roof or maybe break one of my windows. And I don't want to do that. I love the windows that I have, By the way, Dan appreciate that. So, yeah, As far as the roof goes, you know, just be observant to what you currently do have and I'm sitting here looking at the at the storm tracking now it's 75 Mile an hour winds at this time. It's just a Category one as a five a.m.. But you know, it's Florida and it's the weather and it can change. So if it changes for the for the negative. Are you prepared, you know have have you listened to some of the things that Dan and I've said over the last couple of weeks about Getting your supplies, getting your water getting the necessary so that everyone else has an opportunity to get it. It's coming. I mean, there's no doubt it's coming. And if it's not this one It's going to be the next one. So the best thing to do for your roof is just be observant. Are you losing Granules? Have you noticed any type of odd? Ripple or anything up on the roof. That just doesn't look natural. Being storm damage experts. The best thing for us to do is just come out and take a look and see if your roof is prepared. Like Dan said. We're not going to come out and try to say something. You don't need that. That's not what we're about. We want to be ethical. We want to be honest and we want to be up front with you to let you know how to be prepared. We've put on so many tarps this last week just from all these little pockets of rain. Imagine if the whole territory was hit. How many types would be needed. How many people would be like? Holy cow? What am I doing? I've got leaks. I've got this. I've got that I should have called. We can prevent it before it does happen. Yeah, Yeah. Chris, you bring up a good point. Thanks. Yeah, it, uh, when things like this happen, but we're all known for for waiting. But even companies as large as we are. You know you can. You can only take on so much You're better off to do, uh, some, you know, advanced care or preparing than to wait. One thing I did forget to mention the laurel about Windows is, you know it's also kind of like what I call lawn. Seizing where we're starting to cut our grass. Almost what a once or twice a week. Sometimes with all this rain, um, and the number one thing that breaks are cracks Glass in Florida. We'll probably the United States where these lawnmower blades either swinging a piece of bark or a little pebble or branch or something. Into a window. So if you have a damaged, cracked pane somewhere, it's much like it so much. It sounds like a crack on the windshield on a car. A car has a, uh, polyethylene barrier in between that glass that keeps something from coming all the way through. If you have a crack or A little stress crack or something in your grant glass. Whether it's your door your window and we begin to get these high winds. It's not like that crack is just going to run. It can actually break loose income through the house. So you want to. You want to get these types of things looked at and taken care of, you know, Dan that that's kind of the same on the roof, too. So If you've got a shingle that isn't set properly. Or you've got some nail pops. Guess what? You've got holes. You're gonna have leaks, and then you may not even see it. You may not see it till 456 range from now and imagine the damage that it's caused on the way down through your installation, possibly growing mold. I know you don't want to breathe that and real quick, then on the windows, I mean, even if you don't have a crack in the glass If that space or is separated, I mean, because you talked a lot about that spacer, and I know that the material that I think it's are gone and nitrogen I think is what is in your windows. If that's gone and that space or has a crack in it, what kind of damage Because could the wind or the rain due to that? Oh, all kinds all kinds of damage. When that when that space or has failed, not only can you get extreme moisture in there once you get moisture inside of that window. You begin. Look, water in warm places is not a good thing. I don't care if it's a drop of water or a bunch of water bacteria, you know, microorganism things like that began to get inside these spaces. These are things we don't think about his regular homeowners. I know I didn't until I got into the home improvement business. Uh, But we're living in the world today where there's just so many allergies and all types of things. Hipness seems like something new every year, and so You know, Let's keep ourselves safe. Let's keep it up today, Dan. I asked somebody the other day at work. I said, Hey, is this supposed to rain today and they said it's Florida. All right. I mean, it's Florida. You don't know when it's going to rain. And if you've got that bad sealer crack on your windows, you better get it looked at if you if you don't know I don't know how many people climb up on the roof every day. I mean, I just don't we do. And that's our job. Our job is to go up professionally evaluate anything that is on your roof, and that's what we do. So a typical.
"five a.m." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You're listening to ABC. Now Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. California officials are set to approve revise pandemic rules at workplaces. The revised regulations would allow fully vaccinated employees the same freedoms as the general state guidelines that went into effect on Tuesday. That means no mask, no testing and no physical distancing except for certain employees during a major coronavirus outbreak. San Diego State announced yesterday that former school President Thomas B Day died on Tuesday at the age of 89 Day had been the STS You president from 1978 and 1996, and during his time he oversaw the creation of six joint doctoral programs, increased faculty research and lead a major campus expansion. The Los Angeles Clippers took a 3 to 2 series lead after beating the Utah Jazz on the road in Game five. Tonight. 1 19 to 1 11. Paul George led the way with a dominant performance and the Clippers will look to close out the series in Game six on Friday. That was a quick look at the latest news. I'm Jordan Christmas from the I. Heart radio newsroom. Sacramental traffic kfbk Traffic center overnight reduced lanes on the eastbound highway 50 from the Cap City 99 Connector ramp to what avenue until six. A.m. eastbound 50 Stockton Boulevard on ramp is closed. Also closed The eastbound 50 59th Street Off ramp Westbound 50 Watch for alternating lane. Closures of the Pioneer Bridge through five a.m. south Beyond 65 plastic County, alternating lane closures between Industrial avenue in Ferrara Ranch through five a.m. while on the eastbound 80 alternating lane closures from Penguin Rock spring to Newcastle Road until 10 am traffic on the tends every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the Way Home Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Under a clear sky early on this Thursday morning lows between 64 68 later today. Very hot again High near 107 breaking the chart record of 102 said in 1976 warm Tonight Low 66 to 70 again tomorrow, very hot highs between 104 108. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist occur. Bobinski News 93.1 kfbk The Navy Federal more awards, American Express card transforms her everyday missions so you can turn your commute Fair next stop Eighth Street into tickets for an awesome night out. And turn your grocery run. To a trip to total relaxation. Just get three times the points on supermarkets, restaurants and.
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"five a.m." Discussed on WTOP
"Five a.m. from the Santilli shopping center here adjacent to the Dulles Expo Center. We have an adult Hispanic male shot and killed suffered from several gunshot wounds, Defects county police chief Kevin Davis. Not only are we looking for Crime scene evidence, But we're looking for cameras that are available for us to go review. He's hopeful surveillance cameras in these businesses could show the victim or suspicious vehicles and potential suspect in Chantilly, Neil Organ, Steen W. T. O P. News for 20 to 136 years after he was dragged from a jail cell and lynched by a body, a mob of white men. 50 m or a 15 year old Tallis and boy will be remembered with a marker and a ceremony. The black teens name was Howard Cooper, and it only took minutes for an all white jury to convict him of raping a white teenager, even though the girl didn't testify that she'd been attacked. Morrow's remembrance of Cooper's part of an effort by the Maryland Lynching Memorial Project. House Speaker Adrienne Jones will talk about it. She is the first black person to lead the Maryland House. For 23 Craft beer is not often synonymous with black culture. But the Guinness Brewery outside of Baltimore is trying to change that. It's now offering a special syriza of beers aimed at finding social justice. The Guinness brewery outside Baltimore serves up a big array of beers, including a line that does more than just celebrate black culture. These are Stories that are important that our impactful that are delicious. Ryan Wagner is an ambassador for Guinness, which is donating profits from this line of black culture inspired beers to the Baltimore based Jobs Opportunities Task Force, a group that combines job training and advocacy for social justice issues. These are issues that businesses corporations, they historically have never been interested in. Quite honestly, they're interest level has been one of opposition here in York is the CEO of J O T F the first beer to come from this is titled See Us. So Ours was a sweet potato. Pie inspired brown ale. Jackie wants he helped create it. The more bridges we build in the more conversations we have, the better off this world in our communities will be at the Guinness Brewery. John Doman. W T o P News. I'm next in money news. What could be DC's prices? Condos? I'm Jeff label. It's for 24 Silver Diner. Spring menu has something for everyone from the new vegan Beyond meat, meatless tacos to the locally sourced tenderloin steak free to the season. Watermelon and shrimp salad. And if that doesn't make you hungry? How about one of silver diners? Famous milkshakes? They are so big..
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What is what does that look like? Is he really going to be going through an impeachment trial as a as a private American citizen? Hey, shouldn't The impeachment is completely bogus. You know, you can't remove a peach mint is in the Constitution for removal from office right? He has been removed from office so by the plain language of the United States Constitution. There's a completely malicious, bogus prosecution. Intended to try to stop him from running for office because the Democrats and some turncoat Republicans are deadly afraid of him. Because he has to support of 75 million people. Real people. Mean, Joe Biden has horns that hunk Few occasional people. That's true. Yeah, you think that was all about security yesterday at the Capitol? That was about the fact that they had a real inauguration he might have had 30 people show up in a couple of cards. I think that America got 85 million votes right? Couldn't try out a crowd of 100 people is one of the reasons why the John thing is so suspicious. Well, you and I agree, and you and I talked about this last time just last week or the week before that Rudy Giuliani get to check out Rudy's common sense, which is amazing. It's a podcast that he does go and check it out. It is the website. I know that other people trying to keep your podcast down. I send everybody there to make sure that they could do it. The latest one I did I did on censorship. The census took it down. So now, if you want to see it, you go to Rudy's common sense, Doc calm and he would like to register a protest, just hit subscribe, Held them and tell those petty dictators. You're not going to stop us from speaking. I want to play. I want to get into that. I wanna get into that in earnest in a moment, But let me ask you. This is demeaning. Coming after you. Are you afraid of Dominion? Um, the evidence that you have. I mean, you've got 1000 plus affidavits that air signed sworn statements where they got their money. To show you where they started where they came from. How they got tossed out of Texas. And then just show you how the machine works where you can change votes. We're 80% of the votes end up in adjudication, which means only 20% of the most get Registered the way you put it in and the other 80 some democratic hacking come along and say, Oh, that doesn't look like it's clear enough, right? Oh, I think that's really a vote for buying 80%. Yeah, I would like you to know that, among the other vicious, malicious and unconscious Tuchel things The Democrats are doing the New York Bar Association, which is about his lessons you can get. Now wants to disbar me. Because I I lied. When I said that was voter fraud. We'll be verifiable. You didn't lie, Rudy. Obviously with these having David says you, you taught me this that if you've got a signed sworn affidavit, somebody's putting their freedom on the line to say this is what I saw. And in any court of law in any place in this country, a signed sworn affidavit is evidence. What the hell are they talking about? In New York they're trying to do Is to frighten people. Not everybody is me. Not everybody has to career I've had and that everybody is his toughest. I am so this is very mean. We lost the lawyers on this case because they were afraid that the less way bar associations would do this to them. This is extraordinary. They are actually suing me for exercising my right of free speech. Look, They may disagree with me vehemently, but I have a right to say it. Don't say it based on videotapes and after Davis Doesn't Donald Trump have the right to a vehement, fervent defense doesn't have the right to have somebody. Representative. If you look at the piece, we're proceeding, every single form of due process was taken away from they don't even have witnesses. They even call a single witness. The impeachment is based on newspaper stories. He literally couldn't defend himself. He wasn't allowed to defend themselves. If they're allowed to call witnesses. He wasn't allowed to cross examine witnesses. And most extraordinary thing of all. They didn't call a single witness. Well, I mean, the thing should be thrown out because there is no evidentiary support. For anything. They alleged. One congressman stood up and said, Is there anyone who can produce someone who was at the rally and went to the Congress and after one minute of silence, he kept his mouth shut. Well, this phone is alleged that In the impeachment. If you alleged, you have to have evidence of a right, But is that is that your opinion ready? That's why Nancy Pelosi has not sent over the article of impeachment yet because there really there's nothing there. There was absolutely nothing is based on Newspaper articles and television reports. No Windsor's Mike person coming in and swearing his people did for me. Particularly one woman who said she was trained by the Detroit Democratic Party on how to cheat. It's sick. It's Rudy's common sense. That's her. That's her shame. If you want access, they showed me how to cheat, very religious Catholic and I was disgusted by, you know, and her testimony was squashed. I heard that testimony was amazing. It was truthfully was, it was great. And guess what? She's not in jail today for lying under oath. You know why? Because she wasn't lying under oath. It's Rudy's common sense. Go there. Rudy's comments since dot com. It's being squelched by big media all over the place. We won't allow that his voice too..