40 Burst results for "Garland"

Gov. Ron DeSantis: FBI Enforces the Law Only on People They Don't Like

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 9 hrs ago

Gov. Ron DeSantis: FBI Enforces the Law Only on People They Don't Like

"At turning point USA yesterday cut 11 go These agencies have now been weaponized to be used against people that the government doesn't like And you look at the raid at Mar-a-Lago and I'm just trying to I'm trying to remember maybe someone here can remind me about when they did a search warrant at Hillary's house in chappaqua when she had a rogue server and she was laundering classified information I don't remember them doing that I do remember them manufacturing a false conspiracy theory about Russia collusion I remember that that was not true That was an abuse of power I remember a lawyer for the FBI got caught doctoring an application for fisa surveillance against an innocent man I remember the FBI at Merrick Garland's direction being sick on parents going to school board meetings Meanwhile when you have a law that protects Supreme Court Justices is the FBI out there protecting our conservative justices No When you have violations of law where people are targeting pregnancy crisis centers are they doing their job and enforcing the law there No They're enforcing the law based on who they like and who they don't like That is not a republic what may be it's a banana republic when that happens

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Fresh update on "garland" discussed on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law

01:10 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "garland" discussed on Bloomberg Law

"Now a global news update. Former president Trump is claiming the FBI seized three of his passports during a raid on his Mar-a-Lago property last week in a post on his own social media platform truth social Trump said the FBI stole his passports, one of which is expired. The FBI seized 15 boxes, including some with classified records, Republican senator Marco Rubio is part of a bipartisan effort to get more information on the FBI's search, Lisa Taylor has more. Rubio in Virginia democratic senator Mark Warner sent a private letter to director of national intelligence Avril Haines and attorney general Merrick Garland yesterday, as leaders of the Senate intelligence committee, Rubio, and Warner are asking the Justice Department to share with them the specific document sees from Mar-a-Lago, a committee spokesperson tells axios, the panel also wants to know what national security risks may have resulted from the documents being mishandled. President Biden is set to sign a major climate and healthcare bill Tuesday. Democrats push the inflation reduction act through the house late last week just days after it narrowly passed the Senate. A White House statement said the measure will lower prescription drug prices in addition to fighting climate change. Its officially one year since the city of Kabul fell to the Taliban. On August 15th, 2021, the Taliban moved through Afghanistan's capital following the country's government collapse. Texas representative Ronnie Jackson blames the Biden administration and says America's reputation was destroyed. They don't want the truth to get out there from the very beginning. We've known a lot of this and this just validates what we thought was going on all along Americans are divided on whether students should be

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Who Is John Carlin?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:03 min | 15 hrs ago

Who Is John Carlin?

"So John Carlin and Lisa Monaco and Merrick Garland are running this hit on Trump Again this other one out of DoJ Who's John Carlin What if I told you that John Carlin and Lisa Monaco were close confidants of bob Mueller You'd be like no way So just to be clear John Carlin who was in the Justice Department when they authorized the spying operation on Donald Trump under Obama Biden Is the same guy who was a very close pal to bob Mueller who then investigated Trump for the fake charges the DoJ with Carlin in there made up about Russia Who is now the same guy in the DoJ now that authorized a raid on Donald Trump whereas cash said to potentially seal away russiagate documents Trump may have yes that's exactly what I'm telling you

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Fresh update on "garland" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:43 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "garland" discussed on Mark Levin

"Now the Department of Justice announced about an hour ago that it will not release the affidavit or the declaration. Spelling out the core substance. The fundamentals of the search warrant. Now, if you're just a pedestrian like the rest of us and you heard the attorney general, Merrick Garland speak out the other day. He would have thought he was releasing everything. We're going to release, you know. He said, you know, the search bar. But obviously not the affidavit. I don't much care. I think the whole thing is crooked and corrupt and unconstitutional. That said, I want you to know what they said about why they're not going to release it. And I also want you to know

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Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Breaks Down the FBI Raid

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 1 d ago

Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Breaks Down the FBI Raid

"Let's jump straight in with what you guys have done in judicial watch. So allegedly, the raid executed by 30 FBI agents, they didn't leave the warrant there, or at least they didn't show the supporting documentation. The lawyers had to I'm not going to disclose who you spoke to. But the lawyers were in a tough position, were they not in Mar-a-Lago? Yeah, I have informed opinion and my informed opinion is that there was a showdown of demanding the warrant be produced. The agents just wanted to go in, raid the building, and the lawyers had to say, excuse me. Well, let's be clear. I mean, when they want to raid a search warrant rate is conducted, the objective is shocking awe. They wish to disorient and subdue the target environment. Who's ever there? And they're good at doing it. And even, you know, somebody who's in anticipation of it or is a seasoned person, there's an effort to suppress the environment so they can take control of it. And they're very good at it. Nonetheless, the sylvan obligation to provide the warrant, more importantly, on Tuesday, late afternoon early evening, we filed a motion in the southern district of Florida to get to the affidavit. So a warrant is an authorization to go violate your Fourth Amendment, right? So document that underneath has to have something which supports. And so the supporting document is an affidavit. Normally by a supervisory special agent of the United States. Correct. And it explains this is our investigation. This is our target. This is what we're looking for. We have reason to believe a crime has occurred or is occurring. So in this case, it would have to be because it's about classified documents. Somehow a crime has been committed. To those documents correct. Or is about to be imminently committed on Mar-a-Lago. Otherwise, you can't do it. Correct.

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Fresh update on "garland" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "garland" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I want to talk about who is running the Department of Justice. I watched life liberty and Levin last evening with the great one Mark Levin and he made a phenomenal point that I want to really expand upon here, which is it's not just Merrick Garland. It's not just Merrick Garland running the Department of Justice who signed off on the warrant. There is a platoon of people around Merrick Garland. That are bitter, left wing, anti American anti constitutional radicals. Lisa Monaco, vanita Gupta. Kristen Clark, Kenneth polite, and Matthew graves. Those are just 5 of the people behind Merrick Garland that make Merrick Garland look like a moderate. You see, when you dive into the biographies of these people, Lisa Monaco, vanita Gupta, Christian Clark, Kenneth polite, Matthew graves, you realize that these people have no respect or appreciation for the rule of law. The only currency that they trade in is power. You see, these are the people that are using the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a revenge squad. Against half the country that they deem to be deplorable or expendable. It's a team of interchangeable parts. They are replaceable. They are expendable. You see, they rely on one another to not be greater or not be more powerful than another. You see, if Merrick Garland gets removed as attorney general or he resigns, it will just be another even more radical person that will replace him. You see, the Fourth Amendment to the constitution is very clear and it was violated explicitly at the rate of Mar-a-Lago. You see, the Fourth Amendment of the United States, guarantees against unreasonable searches and seizures. So the Fourth Amendment, if we're very, I'm going to read it right here. The right of the people to be secure in their homes, persons, papers and effects against the unreasonable search and seizures. Shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation and particularly describe the place to be searched and the person of things..

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Chris Farrell Unpacks Merrick Garland's Latest Press Conference

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | 1 d ago

Chris Farrell Unpacks Merrick Garland's Latest Press Conference

"All I can say at this time. Ladies and gentlemen, we started the show with that live. That was the attorney general Merrick Garland, who was 30 minutes late to a press engagement that was announced just over an hour ago. No questions less than 5 minutes long. It couldn't be better time for us to have in studio the guests we do have a man with years of counter intelligence experience under his belt in the U.S. Army now director of investigations and research for the people who have been central to uncovering the truth about what happened in Mar-a-Lago. He is Chris Farrell. I'm Sebastian gorka. This is America first Chris. I wasn't expecting much, but I wasn't expecting him to celebrate the counter terrorism work of members of the Department of Justice. Was anything substantive said in the last three minutes by the attorney general? A lot of hollow platitudes for sure, but one good thing was identified. And that is he claimed that he personally authorized approved the search warrant being a submitted to the judge. So now we know a responsibility lies. And so any other finger pointing and second guessing set that aside, Merrick Garland now owns this and it looks like he's going to eat it. This is for him to hang with and to be he's claimed that he's claimed the responsibility. It is his. We'll talk

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Fresh update on "garland" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:46 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "garland" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody, today on the Charlie Kirk show. Who's actually running the Department of Justice? We go through the roster of the people that are maybe pulling the strings a Merrick Garland behind the scenes. It's important to realize it's not just a deep state that also goes wide. Get involved with turning point USA Today at TPUSA dot com high school chapters out of college chapter at TP USA dot com as TP USA dot com email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com and support the Charlie Kirk show at Charlie Kirk dot com slash support. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job, building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com..

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It's a Peculiar Artifact of Our System, But...

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

It's a Peculiar Artifact of Our System, But...

"It's a peculiar artifact of our system, but cabinet members, secretaries, directors of agencies like the FBI and the CIA. And the president keep their security clearances until they go in the ground. Until they die, they have their clearances. So the idea that president Trump wasn't allowed access to documents likewise is utterly spurious. Is a Dodge is a faint former president still even receives briefings from intelligence agencies. Former presidents have been invited to talk about issues of national import and national security by new presidents. It's how we do business in a normal administration.

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Fresh update on "garland" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:22 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "garland" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"Got a send a message, got to do it tomorrow. Congressman, did you get your phone back? What's the latest there? Yeah, I did finally get the phone back. They told me they would have it for a couple of hours. Of course, the idea that they weren't going to honor that commitment. But, you know, like I said, I was traveling with some of my family, my in laws just don't need this kind of grief. As you get older, you're not always in the best of health. And so I made one request. Well, I made two. First, I asked how they found me, of course they wouldn't then answer that question. And I kind of know how they found me. I just wanted them to own up to it. But the second is, I asked them to contact my chief of staff and let her know when the phone was going to be available again because obviously they didn't have a phone. Well, they said they would do that. And of course they didn't. They came back to the home and they had to bug my father in law. This is not the news that a father in law wants to hear. And when I went to get the phone from them, I asked them directly. Why they couldn't honor their commitment. And they said, well, we couldn't find him. We couldn't get in touch with her. This is the FBI who told me when I asked him, how did you find me here? They said, it's what we do. I don't think it's too hard to find the chief of staff of a member of Congress, but apparently they couldn't be bothered. So that's really the unfortunate thing about this among other things. And Todd, I just got to remind you that there is a separation of power issue here with the legislative branch you can't allow the executive branch to use these kind of tactics to coerce the legislative branch and as the member of the chairman of the House, freedom caucus, who has issued impeachment articles against Merrick Garland, we certainly can't be people in the legislative branch that are intimidated into not doing the work that needs to be done. Merrick Garland used an outside influence to put a threat IDs on parents that were attending school board. That's not the purpose of the attorney general. It should be impeached for that. And I shouldn't have to be concerned about what the attorney general says about that and using the power of the federal government to destroy my good reputation and the life of my family. Congresswoman, we're getting a lot of questions from people and they want to know if the Republicans retake the House of Representatives will you guys go after Merrick Garland and these rogue agents. Well, you know Todd, I certainly well, like I said, I've already issued the impeachment articles. I know there are more coming. I just got off the phone with Jim Jordan and he agrees. Merrick Garland better clear his calendar and set up a cot over it the judiciary hearing room because I think he's going to spend a lot of time there answering questions about what he's done and how he's abused and misused his power. And as necessary, he should be removed from office without a doubt. All right, congressman, we appreciate your great insight on this crisis. I mean, this is a brewing constitutional crisis in this country, and we got to get to the bottom of it. And I think you're right. We actually are going to fight this fight at the ballot box. Thank you, congressman. Thank you, very much. Thanks for the opportunity Todd God bless you and your audience. All right, God bless you. Congressman Scott Perry at a Pennsylvania chairman of the House freedom caucus, and you heard him folks. He's fired up. Glad he got his phone back. I wouldn't use it. You know it's probably bugged. I mean, you really believe those you trust the FBI? After what they've done, again, the breaking news is president Trump now telling the nation that the FBI confiscated his passports. Including one that had already expired. What do you think that's all about? Let's go to the phone's real quick. We are going to squeeze in one caller here, Kathy. Salem, Oregon, on KY kn Kathy, what say you? Well, I know everybody's wondering why don't they leave him alone. I think president Trump, I mean, I think that they keep getting stronger because he's got the goods on an awful lot of people. And I think that they're just going to keep going. I mean, why else would they not want him in The White House? Well, he's got something on all of them. No doubt, and they're terrified of this guy. I mean, they're throwing everything at him. They've accused him of doing horrible things with Russian hookers. They've accused him of being an agent for the Russians. The whole fisa warrant, the Russian dossier, and now this. And it's just unbelievable. Some of the, but they are terrified of this man. Yeah..

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Sebastian Reflects on the Presidential Clearance System

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:32 min | 1 d ago

Sebastian Reflects on the Presidential Clearance System

"Served in the Trump White House as deputy assistant to the president for strategy. As a result of that political commission, yes, that is what we were called politically commissioned officers of the president. I had to go undergo a background investigation. And acquire a top secret SCI, clearance. The clearance system in America, it's different in other countries. Has a very specific genesis and purpose. The intelligence communities, the 17 big agencies, there are many, many other small ones inside various departments and armed services, but the 17 American federal intelligence agencies serve one person in government. Their job is to provide intelligence, raw, or finished intelligence, to help the president of the United States make national security and foreign policy decisions. That is the only reason they exist. In fact, the whole classification system for documents for clearances exists for the president. It doesn't serve the chairman of the joint chiefs. It is not subordinate to the Speaker of the House or the vice president. It serves the president. That is why, for example, the president can give a clearance to anyone he wishes to, likewise he can strip only he can strip a clearance from anybody he wants to. If he wants to give his best buddy from high school a top secret SCI, code word, SAP program clearance, he can. He can just click his fingers and make it happen, because this system works for him. It is predicated, it exists to serve him in protecting America as the commander in chief. Likewise, should he wish to strip someone in federal government in the executive as the chief executive, he can strip them instantly. So the idea that a president or former president is a misusing classified information is impossible. He could wrap his fish in chips in classified information. If he wanted to, he could declassify in theory every single classified document or piece of information in U.S. government, who caused chaos, but he has the power to do so.

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Attorney General's Remarks on Mar-A-Lago Search

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Attorney General's Remarks on Mar-A-Lago Search

"Merrick Garland took to the microphone for four and a half minutes. Let's start the show by giving Merrick Garland his say, the attorney general of the United States explaining why an unprecedented raid on Mar-a-Lago had to happen. Since I became attorney general, I have made clear that the Department of Justice will speak through its court filings and its work. Just now, the Justice Department has filed a motion in the southern district of Florida to unseal a search warrant and property receipt relating to a court approved search that the FBI conducted earlier this week. That search was a premises located in Florida belonging to the former president. The department did not make any public statements on the day of the search.

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Kurt Schlichter: 'Merrick, Garland, You're Trash!'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:15 min | 3 d ago

Kurt Schlichter: 'Merrick, Garland, You're Trash!'

"Garland, you're trash. You're a lying cog in a regime machine designed to stamp out opposition. Let's talk. Let's talk about your rule of law, shall we? Let's talk about the rule of law being fairly applied. Let's talk about the rule of law being evenly applied. Let's talk about the rule of law with your FBI that applies the law in a fair and open manner and it lies on warrants. Oh, how do I know that because it was convicted in a D.C. jury? If you can get convicted for helping the regime in a D.C. courtroom, you are guilty as hell. Look, do not tell me there is an equivalent rule of law. Do not tell me the J 6 defendants are being treated like the BLM guys. Don't tell me then. I have Julie Kelly in a few minutes here to tell us in more detail about that. Do not tell me that the FBI whose crime lab gave false results. It got people convicted. Of a very serious crimes and sent away to prison. Don't tell me that's okay. Don't tell me it's okay to send your S.W.A.T. teams out to rouse old guys if their house after warning CNN to show up.

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Kurt Schlichter: Merrick Garland Needs to Be Impeached

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:10 min | 3 d ago

Kurt Schlichter: Merrick Garland Needs to Be Impeached

"It's unbelievably cynical. How people like you, Merrick Garland. Rely on that. You can say a lot of bad things about Mitch McConnell. And I have. But at least he kept you off the Supreme Court and for that we deserve his eternal gratitude. Because let me tell you something, Merrick. If I can call you by your first name because we're pals. You need to be impeached by the incoming Republican House. You need to be impeached because you have not done your duty. You have failed to do your duty. You tell us there's the rule of law and 2 million illegal aliens coming into the country. Can you tell me there's the rule of law, Nancy Pelosi's husband gets hammered, swerve and all over the place runs into somebody. He's got free. Then you got somebody who took a selfie in the rotunda. Of the capitol, which all of us own, by the way. Don't belong to you people in Washington belongs to us. And you want to send them to jail for like three or four years. Don't tell me there's even justice because there isn't.

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The Regime Worships at the Church of "The State"

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 3 d ago

The Regime Worships at the Church of "The State"

"We talk about Merrick Garland, we shouldn't talk about Merrick Garland the person or Anthony Fauci, the person we should talk about the Borg talk about this machine, this all encompassing monstrosity. That seems overwhelming. It's the monstrosity that invaded Mar-a-Lago. It is the machine that came in. Guns drawn 30 FBI agents for 9 and a half hours. For 270 man hours. The problem with the administrative state is that it's so arbitrary. They get to choose who they target. The law is not the guide. Of the shadow government, the bureaucrat is. So when Merrick Garland comes out and he says, well, we don't take these decisions lightly and we take this all into consideration. What he's really saying is I'm in charge, but he really isn't in charge, his council of experts are in charge, but they all think the same. They all have the same beliefs. They send their kids to the same schools. They vote for the same candidates. They all are deep down very miserable. What do they worship? What is their metaphysical belief? They don't believe in God the way you and I would. Maybe they might say they do. No, no, they worship at the church of the state. They are statists. I'm a Christian, some of you are dea some of you are Jews. Some of you are people that might be Hindus or Muslims. Fauci and Garland worship the state. You see,

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What Do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland Have in Common?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 3 d ago

What Do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland Have in Common?

"What do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland have in common? I know they're both kraven old men that are using their twilight years to terrorize a majority of the country and they're both approximately 5 feet tall with no Napoleon syndrome, by the way, trying to tell us how to live our lives and using their power for evil, but they're also creatures of the administrative state. Now, as we talk about on this program, the constitution authorizes three types of power. We all learn this in school. It's very basic. The legislative branch, the executive branch, and the judicial branch. How does the administrative state though fit into that arrangement? And the answer is it doesn't. If you go all the way back to 1887, Congress created the interstate commerce commission. It was expanded decades later, but it was almost this fourth branch of government, the birth of the fourth branch of government, and it was no coincidence that happened in the late 1800s. This was where the focus on scientism was born industrial revolution, people start to think they could perfect man. We need the council of experts, the administrators that know best. We have allowed over the last hundred years. The administrative state also called the deep state or the shadow government to do whatever they want to do with very little check or balance or transparency being demanded.

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Jeff Katz: Pres. Trump Declassified Things He Wanted Us to See

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:51 sec | 3 d ago

Jeff Katz: Pres. Trump Declassified Things He Wanted Us to See

"I think personally that some of what you are seeing. Is an effort to make sure that the American people do not see things. That president Trump declassified a whole bunch of stuff that he wanted us to see. And now they're those in D.C. at the highest levels Merrick Garland. Joe Biden staff. I don't know that anybody told Joe Biden about this. I mean, look, I got to be honest on this one, right? I don't know that anybody notified Joe Biden and quite frankly, even if they did, he wouldn't remember 90 seconds later, so it probably doesn't make any difference. But you need to tell me that the former president of the United States going to have his house raided and the chief of staff to the current president, Ron klain doesn't know. I don't buy that for a second. So

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Julie Kelly: Leaking Info to Corrupt Media Isn't Helping Garland

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 3 d ago

Julie Kelly: Leaking Info to Corrupt Media Isn't Helping Garland

"Julius is that why you think Garland gave this kind of rushed this is sniveling coward of a human being gave this rushed kind of pathetic presser yesterday where he just scuttled off without even taking a single question They must know this that the narrative they've lost the narrative at this point They've lost the narrative and I'll tell you Dan leaking information to The Washington Post and now just within the past 15 20 minutes to The Wall Street Journal Instead of letting the legal process or doing what they said that they were going to do which is wait until this afternoon to hear from Trump's lawyers and then they would release at their leaking it to the same regime propagandist who obliged the American people about everything related to Donald Trump for 6 years This does nothing to restore their credibility It actually burns it even further because the only people that Americans hate more and trust less than the federal government is the news media And they're giving it to these mainstream outlets who promoted the Russia collusion hoax and every other stupid scheme that the government has put the anti Trump government forces have put together So this is not in for Merrick Garland and Chris ray basically to low key threat in Americans for criticizing this or criticizing the agency That really is certainly not helpful and will infuriate people even more Julia I'm having

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Kash Patel: Christopher Wray Just Exposed the Clown Show He's Running

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 3 d ago

Kash Patel: Christopher Wray Just Exposed the Clown Show He's Running

"I mean you were not figuratively but literally at the top levels of the executive office of the president very close adviser to president Trump You've been in the Department of Justice What I can't get my arms around not being silly about it is these are Joe Biden's not very smart but the people around him although I disagree with their politics vigorously they're not stupid They have typically a better sense of this stuff Who was sitting around a table and thought this was a good idea I mean did they not I don't know I just helped me understand this Did the backlash a moron could have seen this coming Yeah well I'll tell you exactly what was around that table Christopher wray at the FBI who's shown just how much of a clown show he's led allow on operate underneath him with those lack of accountability for people breaking the law agents running russiagate the same agents that are running Jan 6 the same agents that ran FBI as operation as a Hunter Biden are the same guys that I get a promotion to do the Whitmer fake prosecution in Michigan The fact that this is the leadership in place Garland and ray that should tell you everything you need to know They made the decisions because they thought they had the intellect to go through America and pull a fast one over that And they got caught And now they are racing to do maneuvers that never would have been done like they put in a motion to unseal the warrant because things are so bad for them and that's when you know DoJ and FBI have lost it When they are begging a court to release government sensitive information because they totally totally screwed the pooch on the execution and just calling for this warrant in the first place which could have been handled by subpoenas you know

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Kash Patel: Not Handing the Warrant Was a Bad Move by FBI

The Dan Bongino Show

01:21 min | 3 d ago

Kash Patel: Not Handing the Warrant Was a Bad Move by FBI

"Knew things had broken bad and that we were sadly descending down this tyrannical root cache But I'm sitting there this week and I'm watching this with my wife unfold and I'm sitting there with the proverbial jaw drop I can't believe they would usually they were a little more cryptic about this Now one of the things I found odd about this is the lawyer thing Being very familiar with the legal space yourself Why would you not allow a lawyer in such a high profile service of a warrant Why would you not allow Donald Trump's lawyers on the scene there It seems odd Look as my time as a national security prosecutor at DoJ server warrants and execute lines on tariffs and other bad guys even we follow the letter of the law deliver the warrant and follow the rules because we knew that they would use any hiccup against us And the only reason that this occurred and now we know for sure and I said it earlier and you did to the attorney general Merrick Garland have to personally sign off on this and that's what he admitted to And they did it because they are basically panicking and heat and they don't know what to do now They've lost control of the political argument which is the last thing they wanted to lose control over And now the facts are going to slowly slip away from them like Russia gay And to not hand over that warrant is a rookie mistake by whatever FBI guys are on the ground But I think it's worse than that I think it was orchestrated by the top and they said don't give it to him

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Tyrus Previews His New Memoir 'Just Tyrus'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 3 d ago

Tyrus Previews His New Memoir 'Just Tyrus'

"Tell us about the book just tyrus because I'm sure you were urged to write one to sort of put it all down and what was the book experience like and what will people take away from your book? Well, experience is a whole book in itself. I don't know if you ever wrote one or thought about writing. Two of them. Yeah, I've written too. And it's a beating. Yeah. The first one's the worst one, apparently. But the book is about accountability. And it's only villain in the book is me, the only hero in the book is made. And it's about looking at moments of your life and being able to take ownership for most creating most of your problems. So you're going to have, you know, how people don't like the way you look, you know, people don't like what you talk. But they don't define you or your destiny, but it's your reaction that you judged by. And going a lot of depth about how my reactions cost me a lot of opportunities. And there's a lot of things and open doors and stuff like that. And I think the reason why so successful that people relate to that one, you cut through all the BS and when you blame everybody else for your problems, you can't fix them. Right. Because you can't change other people's perceptions. But when you look at what you could have done and what you should have done for an example is I had a job where I got fired and I said the manager of races. We might have been. But, you know, me being late to work three out of 5 days a week and we're not getting things done and me having a bad attitude and we clocking out ten minutes early. Probably had more to do with me being fired. Than one guy who doesn't like me. So but I can't change that, but I can change my stuff to be on time. I can change my stuff to know what I'm doing at work.

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"garland" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 3 d ago

"garland" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"I got to say, your colleague and friend Greg gutfeld was brilliant in pointing out that this is a trick when Merrick Garland says I will not tolerate criticism of the FBI or the DoJ political violence, et cetera, et cetera, it's a tactic tyrus. It's an attempt to silence us. In other words, go ahead. It was trying to get responses. And I will not tolerate. Can you read the job of fine print? You're going to be scrutinized. You're the head of the FBI. Right. You have your bureau has ability to and are able to do things that normal citizens are not. And when you abuse those powers, you damn straight, are going to get criticized. And you better accept those criticizing answer questions, which you didn't do. Exactly. So sitting on his pulpit and again, I don't think he understands the job. And the more you hear him speak and see in the speech, he just comes off as a guy who's got an axe to grind and is going and there's no, I'm sure there's no secret that he was all too happy to sign that paper. He blames the Republican Party for not being a Supreme Court Justice. So what I've learned with being around politicians and career politicians is they're extremely petty. So my fear is Republicans when the blue drowning happens is that they spend way too much time and being petty and retaliation instead of getting this economy back on track, getting our police force strong again. So getting our schools and our educations together, getting that border fixed up. And then the international community know that we are not going to be soft sponges anymore. Right.

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Tyrus: AG Merrick Garland Doesn't Understand His Job

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 3 d ago

Tyrus: AG Merrick Garland Doesn't Understand His Job

"I got to say, your colleague and friend Greg gutfeld was brilliant in pointing out that this is a trick when Merrick Garland says I will not tolerate criticism of the FBI or the DoJ political violence, et cetera, et cetera, it's a tactic tyrus. It's an attempt to silence us. In other words, go ahead. It was trying to get responses. And I will not tolerate. Can you read the job of fine print? You're going to be scrutinized. You're the head of the FBI. Right. You have your bureau has ability to and are able to do things that normal citizens are not. And when you abuse those powers, you damn straight, are going to get criticized. And you better accept those criticizing answer questions, which you didn't do. Exactly. So sitting on his pulpit and again, I don't think he understands the job. And the more you hear him speak and see in the speech, he just comes off as a guy who's got an axe to grind and is going and there's no, I'm sure there's no secret that he was all too happy to sign that paper. He blames the Republican Party for not being a Supreme Court Justice. So what I've learned with being around politicians and career politicians is they're extremely petty. So my fear is Republicans when the blue drowning happens is that they spend way too much time and being petty and retaliation instead of getting this economy back on track, getting our police force strong again. So getting our schools and our educations together, getting that border fixed up. And then the international community know that we are not going to be soft sponges anymore. Right.

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Tyrus: The Left Are Fearful Their Mismanagement Empowers Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 3 d ago

Tyrus: The Left Are Fearful Their Mismanagement Empowers Trump

"I've been pretty consistent on this one. This obviously was the punch in the mouth and an attempt to get an aggressive reaction from the base. And president Trump, I believe that they are very fearful, especially the progressives and the extreme left, they're very careful that their mismanagement of the country is going to result in a lot of momentum to president Trump. So they are trying to not do it in courts, which we have learned through the way they do things. They don't really have much respect for the rule of law. Because they would rather someone be canceled on an accusation or something that you can't really prove or you can expand upon or you can make up and use words like existential threats, systemic racist. Things like that that they could try to have courts on social media and Twitter and hopefully get individuals in the base or passionate about the Republican Party and their passionate about president Trump as their leader to go out and do acts of violence, which we typically see on their side of the fence. So then for their media will have momentum and things to basically slow down the idea of president Trump running again.

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"garland" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"garland" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

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"garland" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:17 min | 3 months ago

"garland" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"I'm a New York Times bestselling author, speaker in host of the podcast, professional troublemaker. I'm so excited to be your guest host for this month of America. This month we're highlighting prodigies. Women who achieved greatness at a young age. This is especially a passion point for me because my latest book rising troublemaker, a fear fighter manual for teens, reminds them that they are never too young to make a significant impact. Today, we're talking about a prodigy who star power has proven ever enduring. With signature songs like somewhere over the rainbow, her sweet vibrato has proven a welcome soundtrack for generations of fans. But her plucky innocence hit a much darker inner life. Let's talk about Judy Garland. In the summer of 1922, vaudeville actors Frank and Ethel gum welcomed their third daughter Francis into the world. Just two years later, she would make her stage debut at her parents Minnesota theater, singing jingle bells with her older sisters. By age ten, Frances had become a singing sensation and star of the gum sisters trio. And in 1935, at just 13 years old, she was signed to MGM. The world's largest motion picture studio. Without even a screen test. Francis, by this point, had adopted the stage name Judy Garland. Judy made her MGM debut in the short film every Sunday. So began a whirlwind of performances marked by her characteristic mix of pluck, innocence, and open heartedness. She became an on screen partner with Mickey Rooney, ultimately starred in 6 films in as many years together. In 1939, Judy starred in what is arguably her most famous role, Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz that performance featuring her rendition of somewhere over the rainbow, earned Judy her only Academy Award. Outstanding performance by screen juvenile, complete with a mini statue. Because despite her poise and mile long resume, Judy was still just 16 years old. Even with her professional success, Judy's personal life was far from sunny. She barely survived the notorious MGM grooming process. And developed a deep insecurity about her weight and appearance. To keep up with her exhaustive film schedule, the studio put her on a number of prescription drugs, uppers to lose weight, downers to sleep. That would become a lifelong addiction. On her 18th birthday, Judy became engaged to David rose, a musician. Fearing bad press, MGM intervened. David was still married to another woman. The couple agreed to wait, and after David's divorce was finalized, they we D in 1941. Three years later, Judy and David had split. That same year, in 1944, Judy starred in another instance classic. Meet me in St. Louis. It included three songs that would become standards for Judy. The trolley song, the boy next door, and have yourself a merry little Christmas. But those weren't the only things Judy left set with. In 1945, she married the film's director, Vincent minnelli. A year later, she gave birth to a daughter, Liza. Yes, that Liza Minnelli. Judy was starring 22 movies throughout the 1940s. But towards the end of the decade, her mental health began to seriously decline. She had a nervous breakdown and was institutionalized. She was released with the okay to keep filming, but soon attempted suicide. Judy continued to get roles, but started showing up late to set, or unable to film, or not at all. In 1950, she was replaced in two movies. Distraught, she cut her neck with a piece of glass. The episode became sensationalized by the media, with the story that she slit her own throat. That year, MGM ended her contract. Judy was lost. But not for long. In 1952, Judy married her new manager, Sid luft, and gave birth to a daughter, lorna. Sid booked Judy on concert tours with long stays in London and on Broadway. The latter of which earned her a special Tony Award. Judy then set her sights once again on Hollywood. In 1954, Judy starred in a remake of A Star Is Born. She told audiences it was more or less the story of her life. The three hour movie was considered both a personal and artistic coup for Judy. She was back. And even better. She earned an Academy Award nomination for best actress. Everyone thought she would win. The night of the Oscars, she was in the hospital, recovering from the birth of her son. A film crew crowded into her room, ready to capture her win. And the Oscar went to Grace Kelly for the country girl. The cameraman quietly packed up and left. It remains one of the biggest upsets in Oscar history. Time Magazine would later write that Judy had given just about the greatest one woman show in modern movie history. But Judy, more than anyone knew that the show must go on. So it did, and she did too. Judy returned to live performances. She recorded more albums. In 1959, she collapsed. Doctor said it was hepatitis, and that her performing career was over. But Judy refused to listen. She acted in her first film in 7 years, judgment at Nuremberg and earned another Oscar nomination. In 1960, she took off on another tour of one woman concerts. It culminated in a performance at Carnegie Hall that's considered by many to be the greatest knight in show business history. The album recorded that night won 5 Grammys, including album of the year, and best female vocal performance. In 2003, it was put on the national recording registry. Those who were there that night found it transcended. Over the next few years, Judy continued to sing and to perform. She had a brief television variety show called, of course, the Judy Garland show. She made the talk show rounds. She married her 5th husband. In 1969, only a few days after her birthday, Judy died from an accidental drug overdose. She was just 47 years old. Over 20,000 mourners packed the streets of New York for her funeral. For years, there was a myth that Judy's death had in some ways sparked the legendary stonewall riots. Her fans called it bittersweetly, the end of the rainbow. A month, we're highlighting prodigies. For more information, find us on Facebook and Instagram at will manica podcast. You can order Ryzen troublemaker everywhere books are sold. Special thanks to creators, Jenny, and Liz Kaplan for inviting me to guest host. Talk to you tomorrow..

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"garland" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"garland" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"The national school board association letter otherwise known as the letter that broke the entire educational world led to the memo. The memo from Merrick Garland that inexplicably called for the defense apparatus to use potentially the Patriot Act and Department of Homeland Security to go after moms and dads. This is a legitimate scandal that is heating up, which we will now call memo gate. Cut 58 Merrick Garland in front of Congress, said that he could not imagine any circumstance that parents complaining about their school boards would be labeled as domestic terrorism, cut 58. Like you, I can't imagine any circumstance in which the Patriot Act would be used in the circumstances of parents complaining about their children, nor can I imagine a circumstance where they would be labeled as domestic terrorism. New whistleblower last night shows that Merrick Garland lied under oath in front of Congress as all of these deep state unelected operatives do, no one voted for Merrick Garland, Merrick Garland is an unelected Plato guardian type that wants to usher in a globalist internationalist borderless society, while he does not actually have to live under those same rules and measures. Whistleblower breaking last night. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, the FBI, created a threat tag to track allegedly menacing statements against school boards and their members after attorney general Merrick Garland directed the bureau to take the lead on hyperlocal disputes. A whistleblower has revealed. The email dated October 20th about a month ago, released Tuesday by House judiciary Republicans, who said this was proof that the federal counter terrorism was being deployed against parents at school board meetings.

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"garland" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"garland" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So Merrick Garland is testifying in front of Congress right now. And not in front of the house in front of the Senate, though, which was very important, let's go to cut 64. Senator Tom cotton has said what we are all thinking, which is praise God and thank goodness that Merrick Garland is not on the United States Supreme Court. Let's play cut 64. This is shameful. This testimony, your directive, your performance is shameful. That's not true. Thank God you are not on the Supreme Court. You should resign and disgrace judge. You should resign and disgrace judge. I'm a big Tom cotton fan. I think he's terrific and it's exactly right. Merrick Garland is one of the most despicable, craven, self righteous, arrogant, and lowlifes ever to serve as attorney general of the United States. And we've had some. We've had some attorney generals. Trust me. The fact that Merrick Garland is now double and tripling down on the weaponization of the Department of Justice against moms and dads tells you everything you need to know. And I am seeing here as my friend senator Marshall Blackburn right now is touching is asking questions that Merrick Garland and the testimony. I'm seeing Republicans start to play offense. They realize that the rule of law is been temporarily put on life support in our country as Merrick Garland and his cartel of muscle mafia people try to put moms and dads in a headlock saying you better not show up to school board meetings. You better not challenge the

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"garland" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"garland" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Where does Barbara streisand live or where she once live? I said, Charlie, what does that have to do with anything? Barbara streisand has a big house or had I don't know if she still lives there. And Barbra Streisand was very upset that a certain photographer who wanted to try and catalog the erosion of the California coastline happened to photograph Barbra Streisand's home. Barbra Streisand did everything she possibly could to try to remove this. Barbara streisand was very upset that anyone would dare photograph her home. So this was put on the Internet and Barbra Streisand found out that her house was photographed. She said this was a violation of privacy. Now mind you, this was literally just some environmentalists that was taking pictures of the coastline. So Barbra Streisand realized this and up until she decided to do something about it the image was downloaded 6 times. 6 people were interested in her home. But once she filed a lawsuit to try to prevent anyone from finding out where the house was, the picture became international news and was downloaded 420,000 times in the following month. The lawsuit was eventually dismissed because there really is no violation of privacy to photograph what you can see in a helicopter. This started something known as the streisand effect. It's a phenomenon that occurs when an attempt to hide, remove or censor information, has the unintended consequence of increasing awareness of that information. Often via the Internet. This is exactly what is happening right now with Merrick Garland and the national school board association. In an attempt to censor moms and dads to show up to the school board meeting, just like how Barbra Streisand wanted to censor her home from being on the Internet. We're only 6 people went and saw it. As a result of that and the national school board association and Merrick Garland going after, the grassroots push of parents that have started to care about what's happening to their kids education. We are now seeing more people talk about the national school board association story than ever before. I want to play a tape here of cut 83 representative chip Roy, who started to press attorney general Merrick Garland on the loudon county sexual assault scandal. So Merrick Garland is being called to testify in front of Congress. And what is every Republican asking him about? School board school board school board school board school boards. The thing that is winning 60 70 80% of independent voters of our schools have become radical indoctrination camps. You think that's what Merrick Garland really wants to talk about? Merrick Garland and the Democrats are being put on defense, saying, well, yeah, of course we read the letter from the national school board association. In an attempt to censor the issue, they've made it bigger than ever before. In an attempt to cover it up and suppress the idea that our education system has become that of the third world, it is now all of a sudden, the number one issue in loudon county, Virginia, the number one issue in Scottsdale, Arizona, the number one issue for swing voters is the decay of our government run schools. Let's play cut 83. Do you agree with loudon parents, you said it is not okay to allow a child that has been charged with a rape to go back into a school in that public school system. Again, I don't know any of the facts of this case, but the way you put it, it certainly sounds like I would agree with you. Yeah, I don't know the facts of the case. Is the FBI or the Department of Justice investigating the loud and school board for violating civil rights or under authority of state of violence against women act? I don't believe so, but I don't know the answer to that. Well, I don't know what's going on. It's not like I'm the attorney general of the United States, so let me get this straight. You're not using the attorney, the attorney general's office and Department of Justice to go after civil rights violations, but according to some letter that you get from the national school board association of America that then warrants federal involvement, let's play cut 81, and again, this is the greatest example of the more you try to cover something up, the more you try to censor it, the bigger it gets. Democrats very well could have let the school board issue continue to grow and kind of keep it at bay and that kind of downplay it. But they can't help themselves because within a liberal is an authoritarian Mussolini style tyrant waiting and screaming to get out. They can't help themselves. And they get worried. Why are the people getting so animated? Why won't they just stay in their corner and say, we want Liz Cheney back please? Please make Mitt Romney the head of our party. Instead, Merrick Garland made a fatal error. The deep state ruling class and the craven cartel of people running our country, they made a huge strategic mistake. They are now treating moms and dads like ISIS. Now, moms and dads across the country, they're not just tolerating but guess what? You now just validated what they're doing to such a great extent. They want to do it more..

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"garland" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"garland" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Today, Merrick Garland is doing a hearing in front of the House judiciary committee. Merrick Garland is being asked certain questions that he doesn't even know the specifics of what he does his attorney general is exactly what bob Mueller did when he was the appointment, where they have these elderly kind of elderly old men that have had long resumes and careers, Merrick Garland being a federal judge, bob Mueller, think bubble around the FBI, and he's something like that. And then they use them as puppets and they manipulate them to wage domestic war on us. Merrick Garland, you have to understand what you're dealing with here. Is the current hired gun of the craven ruling class. Merrick Garland is the placeholder of all of the entrenched interests. Merrick Garland oversees the department that spied on Donald Trump illegally oversees the department that had Peter struck and Lisa page. James Comey, Merrick Garland is the placeholder unelected by the way no one showed up in huge numbers to go elect Merrick Garland to be able to write letters to say to the national school board to acknowledge the letter from the national school board association, say, you know what? We need to go use the FBI the Department of Justice to go after moms and dads that are showing up in big numbers to school board meetings. Now, Republicans are doing their job here by overseeing Merrick Garland. They're conducting oversight. And a lot of this is just words. But Merrick Garland is not used to being challenged like this. I listen to some of the hearing this morning and I could tell you this is a man who just like bob Mueller is only a placeholder and is being used and manipulated by other treacherous and other malevolent interests. To try to weaponize the federal government in the United States.

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"garland" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"garland" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Not so much the outcome. This is more about the process. This is more about the fact that the only thing that stands between us end tyranny is our rights as we are able to assert them and defend them. And you're doing for us. We support you with our time. Our effort our goodwill and when we can afford it the dollar said it takes two to file these cases. I actually think it's a good thing that the judge said that you had to pay for it all because there will be no. No one can claim that this is a waste of taxpayers money. It's totally voluntary. We're all shipping. Its nikola dying process. So anybody's listing. Tell your friends share this show and ask them give five bucks give twenty five bucks a hundred bucks. If you can't and. I think it makes sense point. You brought up monica because you're the one actually pursuing this garland. You're the most unbiased person i've ever comes to politics. You truly are going after the integrity that because you you guys have started to get so much attention to the 'cause there are other groups that are trying to co op that term and fundraise on their behalf as they were doing the same work that you are but really. They're not so voter. J. dot org slash donate is where you donate to the the real effort. That garland is putting together and voter. J. aren't gas our so eloquent. Thank you here. Hillary said. Johnson invite you know i would never come back and the glass is not wine my last meal. Thanks guys thanks so much guys..

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"garland" Discussed on "You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"garland" Discussed on "You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

"People how they're doing most of the time we'll say well i'm doing okay. But boy am i busy. Busy seems almost. Be a badge of honor in this day and age where we need to prove to others. Were prove to ourselves that we're working harder than anyone working more hours than anyone and you can blame it on the hustle culture. You can blame it on social media and the images and we wanna live up to those expectations but we do it to ourselves and the thing that we don't understand is it is affecting us in negative way both emotionally mentally and physically so today. I'm excited i'm bringing aboard. This podcast episode garland vance. He is the author of getting on busy and he shares his journey. How all of that. Business caused a lot of health problems. And he had to rethink his life and his priorities. He says a great thing. I had to decide what the pace of my life should be and now he helps others from fortune. Five hundred companies to individuals to small businesses. Understand how to get on busy which doesn't mean unproductive what it does mean as you're focusing on the right things the right actions at the right time to generate the right results without ending things on. It's actually the reverse. How do i take things off my plate. So i can focus all of my energy on the right actions. Some excited for this conversation. So let's dive into today's episode of you're in charge conversations. That spark change with author. Garland vance garland. Thanks so much for being here and just going through your you know your history. Your journey Just so many things that we're gonna talk about and and and just fascinated with You're your vision of first off again for those of you. As i said in the intro this book i am so excited getting on busy. We're going to talk about that Into why don't we just start there. What this idea of un busy. Where did it come from. And what does that really mean. Yeah well it came from a near death experience so in two thousand thirteen. I went to my doctor with all of these physical problems. That i could not explain. I was in really good shape. I was exercising regularly. Eating healthy went to my doctor though. And i told him i was having chronic migraine headaches two to three migraine headaches a week. I was having heart palpitations. Where i'd be sitting at my desk and my heart would start raising. Start pouring sweat timing forgetfulness. Where people would tell me things. And i would just forget about it constantly and i was exhausted all the time and i'm a pretty high energy fellow and i was. I was exhausted all the time. And so i tell my doctor all of these things and he says garland. Tell me about your life. And i said well. It's a good life. It's just really busy right..

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"garland" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

Death of a Film Star

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"garland" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

"Reception the life afterwards. Judy and mickey or in the mews house in belgravia is not big and it's not flashy not film star a white front yellow front door. You walk in. The living room has white walls. Gray carpets a sofer in chaz in black and white. You go upstairs a shining rubber tree in apar- halfway up very late sixties. A small main bedroom to wardrobes too small chaz a bright blue bedspread another bedroom off to the side. Pink walls and pink carpets but so room across the london a bathroom tiled green six days. It's june now that the married. Three months judy nike. Johnny ray he comes round or there's not much else not much to do a saturday night. A program to what. John the bbc an early night. Judy saying she feels on well. Mckee feeling the same. It's the phone ringing. That wakes him up. Gone half ten in the morning and it won't stop is for judy so he calls the name. Nothing check said dressing. Room walks downstairs into the white and gray living room nothing. He tries the bathroom door locked. He climbs onto the flat roof inches round to the bathroom. Window looks inside. And that's when he sees a slumped on the toilet hands on her knees. Skin pale a trickle of dried blood from knows from my mouth. No movement now breath. They say afterwards she'd been dead for eight hours. They find a half finish bottle of second on her bedside table and no though with a hundred pills in it not yet opened. When the news breaks they show the old clips. The ten months and the scarecrow the wizard in the witch. They show her past a hit. They play the song everyone knows somewhere over the rainbow a song about longing about one into be somewhere else a place where dreams come true where trouble melts like lemon drops and judy. The woman running away from girl's passed the go lost a woman's world. There's something she says a few years from the end something that stays with you when you think of now. She says. I've heard how difficult it is to be with. Judy garland put you know how difficult it is to be. Judy garland and for me to live with me. She says i had to do it. What more unkind life can you think of the one i've lived this episode was written by tom. Ford ice and performed by me emma clark. It was edited by charlie frost research. We read me and my shadows a family. Memoir by judy's daughter lorna loft. We re watch the wizard of oz. A star is born and easter parade and use the archives of variety the observer the la times and flashback dot com. If you like this episode go back and listen to the one on marilyn monroe or sharon tate and if you want another podcast listen to search for death of a rockstar. And listen to the story of eva cassidy another star. We lost too soon. for listening.

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"garland" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

Death of a Film Star

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"garland" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

"The best man when the wedding athens in a few weeks for now he's playing caesar's palace sounds good doesn't it but we're not talking about the one in vegas we're talking about the one in luton see apostrophe s. a. r. apostrophe s. That's how they spell. The luton version keeps allies. Away brings the unwary stars in when shirley bassey performs there. She calls a shit house. But johnny's singing and he's invited his friend judy alone. She's in a white many dress matching white leather boots. Thin as a mike. Stand slurring the two of them duet there are tune out. A sink and judy is late so late for talk of the town. She doesn't make the thirty odd miles south to london until almost one in the morning. The crowd at the hippodrome full of food. Full of booze of booing. Slow hunt pipes jeers. She comes on launches into a song called. I belong to london always a winner when she's done it before this time. The throwing bread rolls and t- cigarette one man climbs on stage grabs. The my coffer. Shouts miss garland. Your behavior is disgraceful. If you can't make it on time why bother to turn patrol. Someone throws a line boss. Smush as fake. Judy burst into tears. And one's off the stage. Okay a few weeks in chelsea. Oh townhall on the kings road duties in blue shift on many dress make. He's in his velvet jacket. Johnny raise in an old crumpled suit. Hundreds have been invited to the reception all very late. Notice only a few turn up as what liza minelli. Her daughter says when she phones. I can't make it my mind. But i promise i'll come to you next one this a big wedding cake three tiers of it but it's been in storage and it's frozen solid. They can't get the knife in when they tried to quit this photographer. That a may of mickey's been promised twenty quid to take a few snaps. Mickey towels dance with judy. There's no one else. The music that comes from a one on trumpet player playing somewhere over the rainbow the photographer. Thanks she so frail so skinny he thinks i can feel the bones on a spying sticking out. He thinks horizon glazed over. He never gets paid the photographer. And there's other things we need to talk about things. The audience of the hippodrome don't know about the haven't got out into the price yet. Three weeks into that. Run of shows after the johnny ray knight. The owner looks earned. Says you not want enough to go on unless you show me a doctor's certificate saying you're healthy again. This is off judy. needs this to work. Needs the money so a doctor's note magically appears. She takes ritalin to stay awake. Stay dumped a stimulant knocking out your appetite. Sending your pulse flying. She takes second all to sleep about pitcher. Makes you feel sick paranoid. Send your pulse plummeting. She's not the only star on second. All it's the hollywood way. Get high get low. Fifteen years back. Marilyn monroe's died of an overdose the same pills the same pulse. Plummeting duty knows she talks about it before. Says you take a couple of sleeping pills anyway coke in twenty minutes and forget you taken them. So you take a co- kamal. She gets through finishes. The ron gets a fait the night of last show. She leaves the hippodrome too. Am a fun. Gives her a photo of her to sign. She looks at it covers. The is with the huns moves a hand so it covers the mouth looks at the fans as say the mass smiles. What the is do not the wedding. The.

"garland" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

Death of a Film Star

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"garland" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

"Abuse and drug use. Of course you know. Judy garland the voice. The smile the strange thing about her biggest film. The wizard of ours is how the wizard is. Never the star neverthe- main character. That's judy from. Start to finish steals the show. But you don't know a like this. How she looks how she sounds the people around the strangers watching. We're not in kansas anymore..

"garland" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"garland" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Race and law at morehouse college and currently working on a book about the voting rights act. Well paula reid. First of all talk to me about about how merrick garland has has talked about what he sees. Doj's role is in protecting voting rights in two thousand twenty one. This has been one of the areas in which he is sort of willing to wait into the larger political debate. He's been clear that where they see violations of people's constitutional rights here they will not hesitate to act. He's also taking a pretty dim view of the so-called audits underway in arizona. And we have to remember on this particular issue. It's not just the attorney general It's also the number three at the justice department vanita gupta who will likely have a big role in this and if you look at her record she has been nothing if not aggressive in defending civil rights during her time in the obama justice department and her work outside government during the trump administration so it does appear that on this particular issue is willing somewhat to wade into the political conversation and not only has he teed this up in a way that he could make this one of his signature issues but he also has a deputy who is likely expected to be very aggressive on this. Do you think that That garland the doj have adequate tools at their disposal. Even after the shelby beholder ruling will certainly not to the extent that they did prior and under the trump administration. I mean that part. The civil rights department of the justice department was really got it then largely dormant so no their ability to really police. This is not what it was before but it does appear that they have no choice to address the issue right looking at. What's going on across the country. This is clearly a priority for a lot of republicans doesn't look like this is going to get resolved in congress so he has to do something and it does appear that of all of the issues. This is one where he is willing to leave. Lean in a little bit more. Okay well frank you know regarding domestic terrorism you said that The government has the habit of throwing more people at a problem. It sounds like you know even though the civil rights division had been gutted. Throwing more people at the problem is part of of garland's approach on voting rights who in doubling the civil rights division staff. What do you think about that. I think so i. I applaud that that effort be if it results in more action. Because you know bodies need to translate to action and time's a wasting as they say with regard to these so-called fraud it's that are occurring because look he mcgowan's between a rock and hard place here. I get the fact that if he were to sweep in and say have the us. Marshals raid this Cabin in montana where allegedly the maricopa of votes are have been sequestered and it would be a very dramatic scene immediately. There would be those on the right who say look at this. He's stopping valid audit clearly. He's become highly political. And we'll never get to the truth. And i think i think he almost is taking a strategy strategy of look we sent a wetter. We told them be really careful. You're you're on thin ice when it comes to securing your ballots. We're taking a look at it but the almost now might be waiting for how this comes out to then challenge it so that he can say well. I let it happen. You got your your fraud it. But here's the dilemma with it and here's the tied to domestic terrorism. You get what you pay for in these so-called products and so it's been paid for by people who want fraud to be found whether it exists or not and there's no evidence that it does exist so when they come out and announce holy cow You know it looks like trump Actually won arizona all based on nonsense Cyber ninja findings. Now you've you're left with a public perception among those on the right who will be inspired to take action even violent action based on those findings so garlan sitting there. Do i move now and get accused of being political and stopping and audit. Or do i wait for very dangerous false findings to be announced that could inspire violence. This is why garland seems to have the toughest cabinet position in the biden administration. Well paula reid. We keep bumping up against this question about how to navigate politicisation of the actions of the justice department but it must be stated clearly that the broader picture of voting rights rules being changed in various states in this country have all happened through perfectly legal processes. Right i mean legislatures have Have have passed laws that were signed by governors. And so you know the fraud. It's aside if if garland and the doj get involved in any capacity regarding those state level. Laws how can it not be perceived as anything but political exactly. I mean it would depend on the specific instance something that is validly passed by a state legislature. He's not necessarily going to get involved in that. That is something that could potentially though. Be the center of a lawsuit that slowly makes its way to the supreme court You'd have to look at it case by case he certainly has a role to play. The civil rights. Division has a role to play this issue. Right it's just getting more and more broad. This is clearly a priority. It's not just happening in one state or tuesdays. It's happening across the country in different formats and he absolutely has a role to play through his civil rights division and it does appear that he is willing to engage on this just as he also is willing to engage on domestic terrorism and on police reform which are easy examples of how he is in fact different than his predecessors. Okay so we've got about four minutes left here and the last piece of this puzzle that i wanna get to one paula. That i know you have a ton of reporting on but it's a way to look at how garland's next steps might shed light on how he's running the justice department and that is congressman matt gates as is under investigation. How is this a test. Coming up for attorney. General garland so anytime. The justice department even considers charging sitting congressman or woman. That is an enormous undertaking. You have to make sure that the investigation that the charges are devoid of any sort of a political political ambitions. Any sort of political motivation. Here we know a lot about the investigation into congressman gates. Not only from our reporting but also the fact that his longtime friend and colleague jill greenberg who is charged with thirty three federal counts. He's entered into a plea deal and from that plea deal. We've learned a lot about the overall investigation we know. The congressman is under investigation. Not only for questions about having sex the minor possible sex trafficking public corruption and potentially obstruction of justice. Now we know from our sources. This investigation is still active. They're still bringing witnesses before the grand jury because you really gotta make sure you're crossing your ts and dotting. Your is if you're going to bring potential charges against a congressman to main justice. This is not something that's just going to happen in florida. This is something that's going to have to go to main justice where the public integrity unit has been working on this case. But if they if they charge congressman gates. I mean this could really be a political football for the attorney general. Because he's sending republican congressman..

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"garland" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"garland" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"But in practice. That's going to be a really difficult thing to do. Yeah so i actually want to hear from both of you little bit more about that when we come back from a quick break. We are scrutinizing the first three months of attorney. General merrick garland tenure at the department of justice. Much more when we come back. This is on point. This is on point. Meghna choco bardy. And today we're taking a close look. At attorney general. Eric garland's first three months as the head of the department of justice and what his actions as attorney. General tell us about his view of justice overall in america and whether or not he is making progress on his promise to de-politicize the doj and to build trust in the department once again. I'm joined today by paula reid. She senior legal. Affairs correspondent for cnn. She's with us from washington. Frank figliuzzi is also with us as well former. Fbi assistant director. Juries nbc news national security contributor and host of the podcast the bureau with frank figliuzzi and he joins us from tucson arizona. And frank i just wanted to quickly pick up on what. Paula mentioned right there. Before the end of the previous segment about attorney general garland very assiduously staying away from saying that the doj would investigate ideology. Right i mean because when he announced the national strategy to push back on domestic terrorism he he basically said explicitly quote we do not prosecute people for their beliefs that across the world extremist or terrorist labels have at times been fixed to those perceived as political threats to the ruling order but there's no place for partisanship in the enforcement of the law. The justice department will not tolerate any such abuse of authority. But what does it tell you That he is saying that he's going to stay very very far away. From using the power of the justice department to a to do anything up route the ideology which has which led to the attacked on congress on january six. Well first let me state clearly. He's he's absolutely right on the money you. We must preserve civil liberties and privacy and free speech if we're going to preserve our country and democracy as we know that but i think we're kind of falls down is the notion that somehow securing our nation and preserving civil liberties are are mutually exclusive. They can't they can't be done together and the absolutely can be done together. And his repeated statements on this and even the thirty some odd page national strategy for countering domestic terrorism goes out of its way almost contorts itself in its language to say we're not looking at ideas and rhetoric were only gonna gonna look at violence and then this new phrase that's been introduced by the way called imminent violence so now you know if anybody were to say frank have you seen any different change in stance and how this might be invested. The change i see is now. We're saying we're putting an adjective in front of violence and calling it imminent violence so in the old days you know prior strategy. He almost wait for the violence to happen. And then come in and clean up afterwards and now we're seeing imminent violence so that is encouraging but again we're nowhere near a government. What even facebook can do on a daily basis. They have sophisticated algorithms that. Tell them even anonymously. This user is talking about hurting somebody repeatedly and at the point where that becomes a concern. They can then send that tip over to the fbi. They do it every single day and it can be done anonymously and then the fbi can come back and say please tell us the identity of that user until i see an approach like that being offered I'm not convinced that the this the rules have changed enough to get us to a place where we can prevent the next act of domestic terrorism. Well i have to say. I really appreciate you pointing out the addition of that one adjective about imminent violence. Because i guarantee you that is going to be a civil. Libertarians are going to be focusing on that with with with a laser like intensity as time goes on but listen of franken paula. We also have to before we get too much further towards the end of the show have to talk about voting as well as another major area of the doj's focus of garland focused in particular because first of all. Let's just listen to what he said earlier this month. When garland unveiled his plan plan to protect voting rights. There are many things that are open to debate in america but the right of all eligible citizens to vote is not one of them. The right to vote is the cornerstone of our democracy. The right from which all the rights ultimately flow now key part of the garland plan is to double the doj civil rights division staff and that division forces voting rights protections but adrian jones is a professor of politics race and law at morehouse college in atlanta and she says that the division no longer has one of its strongest mechanisms for protecting the right to vote that is pre clearance if your state had used a test or device to restrict the vote or to restrict registration and less than half of the black voting age population in your jurisdiction or state had voted in particular. You presidential elections jurists state or jurisdiction. We'd need to submit any new voting law for review from the federal government now pre-clearance protections were eliminated in that twenty thirteen supreme court decision of shelby v holder but professor jones says the justice department still has important oversight powers as part of the voting rights. Act i do. Want merrick garland to use those additional people to oversee elections with a election observers. Which provided for both in hr four and in the voting rights act at also like him to Enforce section eleven of the voting rights. Act which prohibits voting fraud right voting twice and making sure that people are not falsely registering to vote and professor jones says she wants garland to be aggressive in addressing nationwide efforts to change state level voting laws. People are in danger as a result of these elections Georgia elected officials. Georgia candidates georgia voting activists were subject to threats and violence in two thousand eighteen and twenty twenty nationwide. We've had people threatened in twenty twenty their concerns about what happened in the miracle. A county recount Not only in terms of threatening people and making them uncomfortable but the fact that you now review their information and been able to have an opportunity to identify who they are Bees are the kinds of things that went on during jim crow adrian jones..

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"garland" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"garland" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"As we have been an enormous task ahead to move forward as a country to punish the perpetrators to do everything possible to prevent similar attacks and to do so in a manner that affirms some values on which our justice system is founded upon which our democracy depends resolve and dedication with which the justice department has approached the investigation of the january. Six attack reflects the serious illness with which we take this assault on a mainstay of our democratic system. The peaceful transfer of power. Well joining us. Now is frank figliuzzi. He's a former. Fbi assistant director. He's currently nbc news national security contributor and also host of the podcast. The bureau with frank figliuzzi frank. Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having all right. So you heard. Attorney general garland directly tie the new national strategy to combat domestic terrorism to the january six attack. What's your first take on. What garland is proposing read through it several times The document runs about thirty pages and my initial reaction is that it's largely devoid of the kind of details that i think america needs to hear and see because without those details. It's far less of a blueprint and just kind of more of a of a sketch of where this strategy might be going. I'll give you some examples and they tie into the discussion. You just had with paul about this whole dilemma of being conservator attorney general. And whether not you know being a conservator might actually required to be require you to be more assertive activists in order to bring To the ship Rate the ship so for example in the strategy we see language aimed at using quote non governmental entities for things like threat assessments and Remaining aware of what's going on out there well bet we don't know what that means. Is this an attempt to essentially outsource threat. Analysis is that does that mean that. The rules within the doj fbi have not been changed. And therefore we're going to let the private sector maybe even big tech Which has a very robust analysis component to it. Are we going to let them do it. Does that circumvent all the rules. And regulations of why the fbi can't spy on american citizens we simply don't know And then when it comes to the big question in the strategy of hey should we have a a law against domestic terrorism There's an entire section that In very contorted languages says we're kind of fixing to get ready to think about. We might need a new law. So i think i think the devil's in the details and the details are missing here right. Well i mean regarding whether or not we need a new law to combat domestic or to define domestic terrorism. There is a great deal of debate over that we you were on the show When we talked about it there's a lot of people. There are many people who think that extent law may actually be enough but but garland also talked about hiring more agents expanding to put very broadly the reach of the doj. Can you talk a little bit about that frank. Sure we're you know when we have a crisis in our in our government like this we see a threat. Now it's internal or we've seen external at nine eleven. We tend to throw bodies at it. And even things like deadbeat dad laws carjacking. We went through a period of a carjacking in major cities. Becoming a problem. And what did we do. We we pointed to the fbi and other agencies we said more bodies more analysts more money And and and let's try to tackle this and that's something that that we do. But i'm here to tell you based on my experience. Twenty five years as an fbi agent and talking with on board fbi agents. That's all well and good and they'll take it but until the rules of the road change until they're allowed to do more and more tools are put in their toolkit to combat domestic terrorism namely to kind of take off the rains in terms of assessing through perhaps sophisticated algorithms millions of of social media messages that speak toward violence until that's more permitted. I'm concerned that january six could repeat itself and so while we're putting all the steps in place for very whole of society approach articulated in this national strategy. Nothing's changed with regards to the fbi's governing policies. Well as i read it. It's a four pronged plan that includes what one hundred million dollars in the twenty twenty two proposed budget for adding that personnel. We talked about bolstering ranks. Prosecutors analysts and investigators paula reid. We've just got about thirty seconds before the next break. What do you think of francs concerns about what's missing from garland's whole of country proposal here. Oh spot on. There's a lot of money being thrown a lot of words being thrown around but there are not a lot of details in this has been a perpetual challenge for the justice department. How do you confront domestic terrorism when you also have to be careful not to infringe on anyone's first amendment right which is why you heard. Garland there say they are going to be focused on violence not ideology.

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"garland" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"garland" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Garland comes to the attorney. General's office with a wealth of experience. He served as a senior justice. Department official during the clinton administration led the government's investigation of the oklahoma city bombing temperamentally. He is an 'institutionalised and was a highly respected chief. Judge of the us circuit court of appeals in washington. Dc considered the most important appeals court in the nation. And of course merrick garland also endured more than two hundred ninety days as a languishing supreme court nominee blocked by the very republicans who lauded his work on the federal bench and yet in his february twenty. Twenty one confirmation hearing garland swore to push partisanship out of the department of justice. I'm not the president's lawyer I am on the united states lawyer. And i will do everything in my power Which i believe is considerable To fend off any effort by anyone To make prosecutions or investigations partisan or political. In any way my job is to protect the department of justice. Protect the doj. Well three months into his tenure. It's time to scrutinize if is achieving. That goal especially in a department described by some legal analysts as strewn with political. Ticking time bombs everywhere. Well joining me to help with this analysis. Is paula reid. She's senior legal. Affairs correspondent for cnn and she joins us from washington. Polit great to have you back on the show. I am so thrilled to be back with you today. So first of all protecting the department of justice. How monumental of task is that. Broadly speaking in two thousand and twenty one. Gosh it's hard to think of a bigger task right now. He's entering the halls of the justice department. At a time of great division morale is very low and while for the most part Paseo seven to ten years of carbon. The justice department walks people really wasn't on their radar but over the past five years Mostly during the trump administration the justice department the fbi. It's really come into a lot of people's consciousness and they are paying more attention to it They have questions about whether they can trust it. Whether it has been politicized. And whether merrick garland can actually roll back some of the concerns of the politicisation that we saw under the trump administration so the in fact i see to co centric circles of a lack of trust right. There's the the trust that might have broken down within the department itself. There's the trust across washington and various branches institutions in washington. And then of course the trusted the american people in the doj so monumental is a good way to put it. We played those clips a little earlier. Just a second ago to just remind folks. How merrick garland attorney. General garland talks about his view. Of what justice is in america Following that that languishing supreme court nomination. He went back to the circuit and was assiduously a political right. And you heard that again in his confirmation process has he met with two questions first of all has he managed to maintain that apolitical stance in the first three months of his time as attorney general. It appears so i mean. He's definitely pursuing a strong robust civil rights agenda. But if you look at what's happening in the country right now. These attacks on voting rights. He really doesn't have much of a choice but to speak up on that also questions of police reform. He has certainly laid out. Some priorities will civil rights and domestic terrorism but again domestic terrorism like civil rights. He doesn't have much of a choice if you look at. What's going on in the country. January six you see charleston charlottesville. It's been building for years. He has to as the nation's top law enforcement official really take a stance there but by and large if you look overall at the past several months. It appears that he has been pretty impartial. That's what president biden wanted but that's not what progressive democrats wanted and there have been some criticisms of him for being so impartial and for not being more aggressive particularly with how he's handled some of these holdover issues from the previous administrations. We'll talk about those issues in a second and a little later in the show we'll go. We'll dive deeper into garlands plans for the doj's Expansion of Anti domestic terrorism efforts. And what he said about voting in this country but one more thing about his background. Paul if we may. I mean what do you think. We need to understand about who. He is his previous work. His time on the dc circuit To really understand what he brings to the attorney general's office his resume is perfect is central casting for supreme court justice. Because there's a big difference. Right he was a federal judge for over twenty years. When you're judge or you're sort of is located during your chambers you're not really sort of In the fray every day even though you're designing big cases i'm but when you're attorney general of the united states you were constantly waiting into the guest controversies. I remember reading a profile. Eric holder at the time and they just said look this job as a magnet. If there is a problem it's going to stick to you eventually. And that's a big change for him. And i think what we've seen particularly over the past week or so with the subpoena story coming out which we'll talk about. I'm sure i really think we've seen him. Maybe starting to adjust to the realities that he is no longer a judge. So that's the biggest challenge. I see in terms of his resume he would have been ideal for supreme court justices writing opinions. But when you're attorney general you're going before congress. Dealing with the biggest controversies. You're having to answer questions or bisky reporters all the time. It's a big change and there's an outstanding question about whether he is the right man for this job at this moment. Well in fact as you said a second ago. This is one of the areas of criticism from a president biden's left from the left wing of the democratic party. For example we spoke with jeff houser whose founding of the revolving door project which scrutinises executive branch appointees and. He said he believes mary. Carlin despite that picture perfect cv. You talked about paula. He says garland is unprepared to lead. The doj merrick. Garland spent a generation cloistered within the judiciary developing Myopic view of the world. That did not take into account political reality. I don't think merrick garland followed the ins and outs of trump's america. I don't think he knows. Just how bad it got. And hauser also says in. His view garland is simply continuing the positions of his predecessor. Former attorney general bar. He believes that this continuity in the department of justice is a sign of independence assign that regardless of elections. The department of justice remains committed to the rule of law and just not change a haphazardly or excessively just because of an election. Which would be a reasonable thing to do if you were taking over for gerald ford paula. Reid would respond to that. What do you think. I disagree with that analysis. I think that's really cherry. Picking what has happened over the past several months. It's more complex than that. Yes the garland. Justice department has continued to defend the trump administration stance in some cases related to the president. Which we'll talk about..

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"garland" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"garland" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Garland, He says Within the next 30 days, he will double the enforcement staff to protect the right to vote. And he said, at least 14 states have put laws in place that he claims make it harder to vote. America is listening to Fox News. News radio Kale, BJ. I'm John Culley. This news service of ABC Home and Commercial Services in Total City Council will be pumping more than $100 million in federal related to homelessness. That money was allocated to the city to be used. To help recover from the coronavirus pandemic, and Councilwoman Mackenzie Kelly is now wanting a detailed audit of every dime The city has spent on homelessness in recent years to better understand whether we're using taxpayer dollars, which we have an obligation to be good stewards of to achieve the best possible outcome in the most streamlined way possible. Billy wants the audit to look back at five years worth of homeless spending, which she says totals to more than 2200 and $70 million. Immigration activists are praising Austin City Council's decision to support proposed federal legislation that would make it easier for migrant families to stay together and get a path to citizenship. Councilwoman Vanessa Fuentes says this is an important issue to her coming from an immigrant family and representing a number of the same here in Austin. Anything and everything that we can do to call upon Congress to act and to bring permanent protections rooted in compassion to bring us together and to establish a pathway for citizenship is absolutely We needed Boston Police Department is recognizing the officers who rescued four voters from riding their rental boat over the edge of the Longhorn. Damn They Credit Lake Patrol officers Bradley Smith, Mark Mosaic, and it's as bad As for the rescue. The trio arrived under patrol button pulled the dangling craft off the damn kale. BJ news times. 53. Now look at us. On time Traffic.

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