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"garrett foster" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:25 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Not curing but treating have you heard of anybody that's been on that regiment that died. I have not no No, I'm not the only thing I've heard our success stories. Yeah, that's all I've heard, including a senator that thank Donald Trump personally for essentially saving her life right because of his his doubting the strength of them. Yeah. So we now know we now have the identity of the man that shot and killed Garrett Foster downtown. During that protest last weekend, and he is an active duty Army sergeant and has a lawyer out of Dallas and issued a press release last night that describes that you know what happened. He was working as ah, transportation, driver uber or lift driver. We're not quite sure. And it doesn't matter which company Other than the fact that he has a gun and may not be employed with that company anymore. Because they don't like Gabi policy deal. There could be a policy issue there anyway. He had just dropped. Somebody often was waiting to pick somebody up. And had made a turn on to Congress and didn't know there was a protest or march. Even going on at 10 o'clock at night. Let's be clear. That's not a march. It's 10 o'clock at night. That's a protest. Exactly. Roaches, marches and rallies happened at noon on the south steps of the Capitol. Nothing good usually happens with with the protest at night like that, especially when one of the persons participating is carrying out an AK 47. And pointing it at people, you know. So as as the man that defended himself turned onto Congress Avenue, he was immediately confronted by a large group of protesters. Rioters that were banging on his car, trying to open it up banging on his car. Garrett Foster walks over, according to Ah, the attorneys telling their version of the story. And motions to roll the window down. He does, And that's when Garrett Foster raises the weapon and points and inside the car, and that's where the man defended himself. License to carry shot the gun. The crowd was still going crazy. He pulled a few blocks a little bit further and called police s O. That is the situation we got this morning. I shouldn't we be holding our our city Council on Mayor. Ah, you know, ah, liable in. This is well for them not carrying about having to issue permits for these these things to happen. And just basically endorsing it and let it let it happen. I mean, no matter what, I don't think any permit would be issued for a 10 PM rally. Well, 10 PM peaceful rally, But we know nothing peaceful about this group looks clear. There's nothing peaceful. They're the ones that protest a C A B on everything. All cops are bad. They're the ones that break things. They're the ones that have well, trying to get in That man's car. Scared the hell out of him threatened him with a gun. How is that peaceful, But we know that our city cancel has given the thumbs up to in progress they have endorsed endorsed it and also given the fact that they're wanting to defund police and have less protection for all of us. They play a major role. They play a major role. Don't Garza casting accounts? A member who is going to go on to be possibly, You know, you're Travis County attorney. She has already said she would not prosecute any of these protesters and rioters. So so? So you're right. Yeah, she herself is basically endorsed the violence. They play a major role in in in the in the this incident of doubt about it that they they're allowing. This to go on and on and on and on show how would they not be? And they're sitting there saying that, you know, basically saying that that he was a martyr, and but the fact is they They're one of the reasons that the guy's dead 9 42 here on the tide of Don show and I'm just Jordan's show. Hey, I want to tell you about my friends and furniture market some incredible selections at both of their locations. You know the original location South down I 35 between breaker and run Berg Lane, but also in Leander, just south of Highway 29. Get all the details the addresses and you can even shop online on their website. My furniture market dot com and they've got something for every room in the house, including that new home office. Yeah, maybe you need a new desk. You need something to make it look good and make it feel comfortable. So you could be productive How'bout that outdoor living space you're enjoying Maur this summer. While furniture market has something that you will love you bring a friend and brake a truck because you're going to love what furniture market has to offer,.

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"garrett foster" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"LBJ dot com. I saw a tweet this morning. Nancy Pelosi, says Shola. She'll resign if Trump wins in November. That's that's what she tweeted out. Somebody tweeted out that she said that Trump There you go. Yeah, Trump. It is 8 34 So glad you chose to join us here on the top of Don show. What update you on a story that we've been following and it has to do with Garrett Foster in the shooting death of Garrett Foster there downtown on Congress Avenue. You know it was last weekend, Foster was Tooken a K 47 to a so called protest. Which to me, it kind of makes it kind of a riot. You know what I mean? Well, that's the first thing I think have now when I hear protest something riot because that's the example. That said, That's what they that's what they mostly become right, You know, mostly Anyway, he was on Congress Avenue and you know the story about the gentleman that was turning on to Congress Avenue while the the the the He has an attorney. Now he's ah, on active duty. US Army sergeant. And and the details from his attorney, RS followed the attorney, by the way is Clinton broad and brought in a Michelson based out of Dallas, and they're typically criminal defense attorneys. And and, yes, so the details of the event involved their client who was Ah Transportation Network driver just drop somebody off, and he was working for a ride sharing company dropped off. The first client near Congress Avenue was looking for another request for a pick up our food delivery. When he turned right onto Congress Avenue from four Street and that's when he encountered this group of protesters. I guess that's how that's how cakes and refers to him. I don't know whatever you start gathering around a card, start banging on the car and trying to open the door. That you no longer protest and pouring in a k 47 in space. Yeah, Now you're a writer. Now you're committing a criminal offence is what you're doing, right? Well, here's here's how they described it. The statement says Perry was working. Just drop somebody off. And turned onto Congress encountered the protesters and prior to arriving at the corner of fourth and Congress. He didn't know that there was even a demonstration going on. No, Andi, and apparently the car was surrounded immediately. Garrett Foster quickly quickly approached the car and emotion with his assault rifle to roll the window down. And that's when he rolled his window down. But Garrett Foster then raised the business end of that long rifle the barrel into the car. And that's when the man defended himself, pulling his own a revolver, a license to carry and shot. Garrett Foster dad right there now, one thing we got in, and I don't know that this is going to have a lot of bearing on the case, but it is against policy for lift or uber, and we don't know who he drove for this point, but that's against policy to have that gun, But it doesn't matter in the end, but it's just Right, so he may lose his job. His network company, right wrong. Yeah. Yeah, But there you go. Now the attorney for the other man who says he when Foster Ray and win over? Yeah, Garrett Foster raised. His weapon is when he defended himself, and then he drove a little bit further and then called police. That's the story. Now there's multiple versions of this story. And what's you know what you know, We need more public. We need more video is what we need. We need some. We need some surveillance video. That's what we need, because there's going to be AH, Group of 200 people that say they witnessed this car plowing into a group of people. That's what they're going to say. I don't know if anybody nobody was injured. Nobody was run over. Nobody was run over the only person I know that was hurt. Was Garrett Foster. And they I guess they assume since he think he hot was hawking his horn and I understand hawking his horn because you have to start banging on my car is surrounded by a bunch of people. Yeah, and show, I think This is a group of folks that automatically are going to look for. That to be the case is forest trying to plow into is trying to most over and very, very aggressive. And I totally get the scenario of despite himself in that situation and started to panic, and I got to get out of here. Oh, good. Now having a k 47 in my face, and I might have to defend myself show I'm not just going to sit there and wait and wait and see if you're gonna shoot. No, no, Even with people pounded on my car Now this will get the hell out of there. This was a topic of discussion. In the budget meeting on Ah, with the City Council needed these virtual check ins where citizens could share their opinions, and most of the budget talk has been about de funding. The police And many of the speakers want to cut the police budget in half. In half. This one. This would become a war zone overnight issues laughable, it would it would become a war zone overnight. Well, anyway. Haven trey hand he spoke during the City council meeting, So I Damn Haven trade and from District five. Hand on Saturday. I washed my friend die. And great, frankly. It is disgusting that after he put himself in front of a gunman that drove through the crowd here can Cassidy have the guts? Stand up and say that he deserved it and the police are supposed to stop violent crime. Are you kidding Me? Yeah, That guy was very passionate last night. CASS today has now apologized. He's the president of the Austin Police Union apologize for a tweet that may have been a little bit insensitive. But I don't think he needed to apologize. Ah, he basically he.

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"garrett foster" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:44 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"What Sergeant Daniel Perry was doing when he was confronted with that mob of protesters held a gun and shot Garrett Foster defending themselves third in like a month or something, And I don't know if you know is there a connection to the rod? Share? It just it just highlights How dangerous you know you're out the public mohr, you Your encounter things more well, and it's also a sign of. Unfortunately, this town is getting more dangerous. Unfortunately, we have more of these troops involved bullets flying through the air. And you're going to see you're going to see some big changes with the City Council. When it comes to guns in Austin, Texas. Well, they're going to try. What's his? What's so Ah, interesting about this is that we're getting more of these stories. At the same time. They're talking about de funding police. It just makes no sense. It's getting a little bit more well, and I think that people are feeling bad people. Crooks are feeling a little bit more emboldened right now, and people are a little bit more on edge and all this, so there's more potential. Solis defund. Pull the criminals have everything working on their on their behalf. Sure, do right, you got the You got a large portion of Austin, Texas. That doesn't like cops. I'm not in that category. But you got a large portion that don't like cops. Cops. They're you know, they're short staff. They're underfunded. And And now they're of. Well, they're some of our arbiter. Yeah, I mean, yeah, I would be better and feeling Ah, emboldened to do this feeling justified in their in their sick, twisted heads of the person who shot and killed Garrett Foster, who was participating in a protest downtown Austin last Saturday night. Has exposed his identity and the email from his attorney as Daniel Perry in them e Mail press release from while the law firm they say they represent of Army Sergeant Daniel Perry at a Fort Hood, and basically they describe a scenario in which Their client was driving downtown last Saturday night, drop someone off and was waiting for someone else to pick up and was making a turn on to Congress Avenue from fourth, and that's when he was confronted by a large group of protesters. And they quickly became rioters on they confronted his vehicle and we're pounding on the vehicle and apparently, according to the defense attorneys, they say that Garrett Foster Point his weapon at the vehicle and kind of signal to roll the window down, and that's when Sergeant Perry rolled his window down and then Garrett Foster allegedly pointed the gun into the vehicle. And that's when this train sergeant pulled his gun and shot Garrett Foster. Three shots. Body Mass dropped him right there and then continued walking, you know, driving down the street Ismaaiyl shot in him and called the police and, and here we are 1% self defense is what the attorneys are saying. Looks like it to me. But as you pointed out earlier there a couple of unfortunate for what could prove to be unfortunate tweets that he put out there. Ah, few weeks prior to their back on him was talking about tweets. You don't talk about rioters and protesters bring him to Texas will show him. You know, You don't mess with Texas. That kind of stuff. Now, this does. Yeah. Yeah, the prosecution will scour his social media and that's kind of a warning for everybody, right? The prosecution's going to scour his social media and use it against him. Yeah, they will. They will try to show this. I think we should also maybe scour Garrett Foster Social Media's. Well, It's amazing because there's a lot of stuff of right overnight that he was radicalized. Come on. I mean, of course, he was no Other than what? Why would he be down their king and make a 47? Of course This guy had had been heavily influenced in that direction. Otherwise he would not have been down that now What we have not heard was was that you don't want done. What? I'm hesitant to say those things. Oh, yeah, I really am. Yeah, Just considering how violent the left has been. No, I'm afraid to say certain things about Garrett Foster. I understand. I understand. And because these people this progressive left that this city Council endorses They'll come after you, man. They will come after. It's an angry group. Very angry. Yes, it is. 6 42 k. LBJ, Todd and Don show. Hey, I want to tell you about son Lux folks. I want to know why are you waiting to go solar? And especially as your electric bill goes through the roof right now, while you waiting? There has never been a better time. There's never been more justification for solar. It's not the future. It's right now Saves you money. Here's the deal, folks. When you go solar, it's very simple. You stopped paying money.

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"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Their hand, whether they're pointing at the ground or pointing at you I, mean that can change in a split second I can understand the possibility of fearing for your life. People are going to need like those Mad Max cars with the spoke wheels coming out. In front with spears. That's maybe that's the sandy region again all Greek yeah. Well just You know it's. It's kind of interesting to see. How this all goes, and I guess my What I think kind of sucks about it is that there's like the way I look at it. Honestly I think is obviously there are shitty people out there of all political stripes, and you know there's there's people who say things online, and then there's a lot of people who aren't really should be people, but still kind of say. Should he things online that they shouldn't say? And then there are genuinely shetty people you know but a lot of. From from how I see it, is that a lot of people who are more in our camp who don't see things in terms of oppressor, verse oppressed throughout racial groups or gender groups are sexual orientations, or whatever we can look at something and say okay I what the COPS degeorge Floyd was fucked up in general. The cops treat people is fucked up. Up this is a legitimate grievance. This is not an appropriate reaction to a legitimate grievance when we're talking about the violence and property, destruction and things like that, and we can look at something and say okay like I completely understand where people are furious about fucking just driving down the street, doing nothing to anybody and all the sudden. You're swarmed by all. All these people on this example just in general, but I'll say that I think if the LP is going to take this approach of saying Nope, where with black lives matter anything that happens in this situation, we always side with that group, because they are the righteous group and everybody else. Their concerns are kind of secondary to make I just think they're going. Going to turn a whole lot of people off, and then they don't get to kind of cheer. The really great part of Joe Johnson's message, which is like bring the troops, home, government, accountability and corporate welfare and the war on drugs all that shit which I think a lot of those people would actually be very open to and and that's a shame. I'm sorry what were you? One hundred percent knives thinking it'd be funny. Get a giant bowling pin costume and start sending next to the people who are blocked traffic. It's make them a little bit like dude you know. That's the then you really couldn't say anything against the CAR. Who drove him over? Did they were they were asking for? That's the that would be the most like a classic example of. She was asking for it where you'd actually be like I. Signed with you on that they dressed as bowling pens and this guy. He picked up a spare now I'll be honest. He did not have to come back around and try to hit those other. But I mean you know again? It was a pretty hilarious thing. Like you hit them, and then there was like one person on the end that just like wobbled a little bit. Ghana? Oh, God, I, love a dark joke. All Right? That's our show for today. Thank you Rob Bernstein. Good to be with you people. We will We'll see next time piece..

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"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

05:56 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"While the white people are the oppressors and the black. Black people are the oppressed, and you see this. It's pervasive. It's not I. was I was talking about in the libertarian world, but this is really pervasive on the left in general, and throughout the black lives matter movement, and this is why people feel justified to stop people in their cars. It's why they feel justified to smash windows. It's why they feel. Justify the justified to assault people. It's because like we're not really just protesting. The police were protesting wight. Are, they may call it white superiority or white supremacy, or a you know a white supremacist society or whatever, but it's really just like okay well. You're I mean I've I've listened to people give justifications for looting, and it's like well these are. This is all part of the system. These are white owned stores that Tara field that I one. Oh, there's one woman who is arguing that. And then they confronted her and they. They said well. What about the stores that are minority owned? which already you know as a libertarian? You'd have a little a little bit of a problem with that like Oh. That's it's okay to fuck you. Know you know. Bash white people store windows, but not black bill or something, but women said with no hesitation. She said you have it to those black people really on the stores. Could they get the loans from? The! Bankers come from SOC- even that is all part of white super, so when the enemy isn't the police or the state, and it's just white people. Then you end up justifying a lot of this shit where there's just like some white dude who's Vulcan. Innocent in all bets, and that is something I can't get on board West. There was a to to your point. That, you were saying before about the stuff in Seattle I. There was a tweet about this the other day that I shared that I just really couldn't. I actually couldn't. When I was saying a couple episodes ago about how you should always try to take the other person's argument and see if you can you know steal man their position. This is like one that I fail my own test of like. I just cannot steel man this this position, so there's this woman. Who tweeted out. I guess she was at one of these protests. And she she was blocking. The cars and she tweeted out the video of her doing it with a and she said. Tonight or this? This one was in DC. My Bad I. thought it was in Seattle, but I guess this was in DC So said tonight we learned we. We had a protest where we blocked off streets. Georgetown the police presence was heavy as we blocked off streets. We demanded that people turn around. This was a minor inconvenience for this affluent white neighborhood. So that's our starting point that well. We're demanding you turn around and really this is just a minor inconvenience and I mean you're white so. Who Cares what I'm completely justified in now. She says her tweet is her description of the story of what happened. Okay? As we blocked the streets, certain drivers got annoyed. Shocking right and attempted to maneuver their way around us. This particular white woman tried to cut through a gas station me and a couple other protesters. A couple of the protesters stood in front of her car and demanded. She turned around instead. She steps on the gas. That is her story and she thinks she's the good guy in that story. She explicitly says that the woman tried to avoid them tried to turn through a gas station to get away from them. And they run over to our and demand. She turned around and she's like no and step on the gas. No one was injured or the hospital. In this thing, she's like you know like move the car forward. And eventually the cops came over there all pounding. They're jumping on her car. They're pounding on our car and I. Just don't know. What world do you think you're the good guy in that situation now? Fortunately. No one was seriously hurt in this situation, but if you're going to continue to do this, people are going to get seriously hurt and the difference in this story. Right that this one was in Austin. In It was in Austin where people might have guns on them. Okay, even though Austin's a liberal city it's in Texas and people might have guns, and so we'll blocking some random white person's car really gets at the cops for murdering George, Floyd, but that's the point is that it's not about the cops. It's white people. It's it's all of them. These are these are affluent white people. Fuck them. You know that's kind of the. You really. I hate when people make reactionary claims and I'm not saying that people should you know bond together and react against this, but it just from their perspective? If you're really going to try and pick on the bigger team and go, how dare you like? I don't know who's giving you benefits. All this year's who. Who who you really trying to pick a fight with it, just you know at some point. Might. What do I mean I mean all right you've got. Whites are still the majority in this country, and now you're trying to go I end. Dave somewhat tried to create a favorable environment. And you know do what they can. The way up to standards, but you know they've done social programs in which people that have less than them were trying to be included within the society and your typical White Person Ego. Talk your typical white person. They're not really big fans of poor, and they're looking to help people out even on the more conservative side. Maybe they don't like want social programming, but they're not like. Hey, let's exploit the poor people, or let's make sure that they have to remain poor. That's not really their outlook. Maybe they're more about personal responsibility, and they think that there's other ways that you know. Other groups of people can uplift themselves in you know. Find a good life. The for most part people are not like. You know spending their time in days. Thinking how I make sure that America's a bad experience for black people. If anything you look at the history of last twenty thirty years, and most of the conversation is about..

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"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

09:29 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Let's get back into the shop so I, and this just stuck out to me. Again just a random in a twitter interaction, but it was something that I. It just resonated with me but so I. I tweeted A. At a At fucking Nick foin tests the other deck. who's a like a right wing, the America first guy who was a popular Youtuber who got kicked off Youtube. I've had him on the show a couple of. We had nice conversations debated a little bit the first time he was on the show. And then we just kind of talked about online censorship. The second time it was on the show, and she said something that the thing that just drives me fucking crazy that a lot of the kind of easy a lot kind of populist right-wing guys where they'll say that the status. Status quo is libertarian or something like that. And he said something about how Ronald. Reagan was a libertarian and then how terrible he was, and how we should you know the the Republican Party should should move away from the legacy of Reagan. Obviously I, I agree very much with the second part I think the first part is absurd on its face and I tweeted. tweeted back at him I was like Ronald. Reagan was like a big government. FDR Democrat, you know is a drug warrior, cold warrior, and all this stuff, and then and then something like I agree he's horrible. and you know whatever does like the tweet. We you know we see things differently, but at least we agree that Reagan sucks I hate him for better reasons. Reasons than point as does, but what I've heard you know I'll I'll let that slot, but so then someone a libertarian commented underneath it and to me I know this is just one random comment on twitter, but it's very revealing to me and they said they go Ronald Reagan has all of the things you described and I still hate Nick Fuentes ten times more. And I just thought that was a very interesting comment for a libertarian to make, and you see this same dynamic in a lot of the Libertarians. Who who come after me for having went on the show, and being to cordial with him or something like that. It's like the you hate him more than you hate Ronald Reagan. And that is the that's a pretty tough position to be in for a libertarian, because what we're supposed to hate writers like the initiation of violence, the state, all types of government policies, but what Nick is guilty of and you know I don't know I haven't seen all his fucking videos, but as many many people told me he said some wildly offensive things on his videos. And like okay. I can't really confirm or deny that because I haven't seen a lot of his stuff from from what I've seen the some offensive shit and some entertaining. Stop just funding. Yeah, it's fun just wanting out but you know I think he's like a smart funny guy who definitely hold some views that I think are wrong. But. You know it's interesting to say like that. The let's say the worst of its true, and he's like a horrible racist or something like that. Which I'm not saying. I'm just saying assuming even if that's true, I mean Ronald Reagan shipped cocaine into the country and then locked up people for dealing. He's you know he was involved in in like funding Ben Laden and drastically growing the size and scope of government, and my whole point to Libertarians has always been like you can be against racism if you want to, but don't. We have to have some order of priorities of what's more fucked up and to me like the. That one hundred trillion times more than you hate someone saying something offensive that that's just always been my position, but there's something about the world view that I've noticed that many libertarians have they can very comfortably say no I hate that more I hate racism more than I hate status, and I think that's a problem for Libertarians, particularly because you know. I mean. Like I just think there's so many fucked up things that the government does that for us to even get into policing thought and people thinking the wrong things, just a disastrous path to go down. Entered speaking almost everyone guilty of some type of thought crime. If you really WANNA, play that game. But I think a lot of it comes down to and I, don't I? Don't use the term cultural Marxism a lot. I. I don't like it. Scott Horton a actually convinced me a few years ago, to not use the term and I was arguing that it was a good term and he he basically had a better argument and just convince me because that's that's what I do. When I'm presented with superior arguments I adopt them. And and basically his argument was that it's it's this word that no one actually identifies as a cultural Marxist and and a lot of people take it to mean different things, and then there's this implication that Frankford school has taken over the entire United States of America, which there's really not that much evidence that it's true and so. Anyway I kind of dropped the term, but the useful part of that idea right and if you're not familiar with the idea is basically that there were these group of ests who basically decided that economic Marxism, the classical Marxist. Revolution was not going to happen intil. They had what I believe. They called the the Long March through the institutions and kind of blend changed the culture to to be something that was suitable for the Marxist revolution, and then it could happen and the idea of what it's Kinda turned into. is this this cultural view that's. Almost the cultural equivalent of the Economic Marxism, so the the original, Marxist doctrine would be something along the lines of all of history can be reduced to class struggles There's the the the the exploited class and the exploiting class. The Bourgeois, the proletariat right everything they have is because they've exploited the workers. The workers are exploited eventually the workers of the world have to unite and take over and and live in a communist utopia. Utopia that's obviously a very quick version of you know more or less broad strokes purposes, and what has the what the cultural a view of it is, and again I want to be clear about this I. Don't think that the Frankfurt School is the reason why we live in the culture. We live in today I think they are one small influence on the broader culture that we live in today, but there is you know whether. Whether, it's intersection -ality or just kind of social justice, leftist stuff for the cultural marks. Whatever you WANNA, call it. There is this very very dominant view today that is very similar to the Marxist understanding of classes that are now applied to race sex sexual orientation things like that where ever and uses everybody listening knows this. You know this brand of leftist who've used the world this way where everything is reduced to whites or the. The oppressor blacks, so the oppressed men or the oppressor. Women are the oppressed straight. People are the oppressors. Gays are oppressed. Sis, are the oppressors trans are oppressed. It's really all that it's. It's that every struggle. Every conflict can be reduced to this dynamic, and this is really pervasive in our culture like everywhere, and this is part of the reason why you can say you know very harsh things about white people, and that's not considered racist. If you very harsh things about black people that is considered racist which of course this all becomes kind of contradictory, because that in itself is kind of racist right to have different standards for different races, but that's considered fine, and if I say that what I just said that that itself is racist, they'll be a whole bunch of people in the comments ago. He doesn't understand racism. You don't understand racism, but really it's that I don't. I reject this cultural. Cultural Marxist view for lack of better term I don't see things that way I. Think it's incredibly reductive and simplistic and just flat out not real for for the vast majority of situations that there's there's a million different categories we can chop people up into actually probably more than that probably nearly infant. There's the most simple one a guy gives a job. Some guy has a really good idea. And he goes out any crates that business and are you exploited? Exploited when he goes around and says hey, look alike imagine inventor written, invent something from fucking imagine the guy who invented the wheel. Let's go with that. Some dude invents the wheel and he creates the wheel factory, and he's pushing fucking wheels out there and their competitors, because we don't believe in Ip or you don't. People Ribbon Office, meal and design, but he's still he had I mark he at first mover advantage people like the structure on his wheel. He's figured. Figured out the smoothness of this thing, and so he invents the wheel crates. He's got some capital. He creates the wheel factor and he starts hiring people to like a minute ago. I didn't have a fucking job. There was nothing for me to do I nothing to do this guy invent something that the world wants, and he's willing to hire me so that I can work on this product and now have money that I wouldn't otherwise have that's that's being exploited. Who was exploited there, what was the exploitation? That guy only has what he has because he exploited me. No fucking invented something. You with an opportunity i..

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"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

04:36 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"And it's interesting that there are these people on both sides, and and I've seen a lot of people being shitty on on both sides of this on social media. Now, of course, part of that is just that it's social media. People are shitty on on social media. It's just it's. It's an unfortunate reality. but am I've been guilty of that a timer to in my life but that's social media seems to bring out the inner count in a lot of us. And that's that's just. You know it's kind of a cesspool at times, but I see people you know. Someone said to me because I said basically. I responded to to the Libertarian Party tweet and I said you know I said. This is absolutely tragic, but it seems pretty unclear exactly what happened. I see a lot of the pro vm people, saying he died hero an anti Vietnam. People saying he got what he deserved. This all seems childish. None of us know what happened kind of like a let's let's wait and see. This is clearly a tragedy. Let's let's actually get some evidence here. and someone said to me. Something along the lines of bigger like I don't see what's tragic here. It was legit self defense. and. It's like that's really like binary thinking. I mean just even if something is legitimately self-defense, even if you could argue, the driver of the car acted in self defense, which is quite awesome. Still Tragic. It's still a person's Dad, and there's people probably who love him who are like just ruined over this, and it's like it's something can be self defense, and still be a tragic situation. I mean even even from the perspective of someone who acts in self defense to have to kill somebody is. Horrible horrible things so I. Just see all types of on all sides of this people breaking down into their camps So. I am somewhat critical of both a of Bowie. Knew anything about the The people in the car we somewhat fun or funny. I mean in a horrible way if they're both black. I. Don't think so, but I. I don't know for sure, but I do think that there's something interesting about the split. And and it seems to me like the split within the libertarian world. It's like kind of this It's like. Almost like a top and bottom of alignment against the middle. In a sense, so when I say what I mean is that it seems like the people who are that that jumped right on the side of black lives matter, and in this case this guy are kind of like the you know. It's like the high. L. Lp. The presidential candidates and vice presidential candidates the official Libertarian Party twitter like all the high level Libertarians. You know like when I say high level. I. Mean the ones with you know these kind of positions within the party. There they're all on the black lives. Matter train, you know. Whether, it's all the tweets we've been talking about for the last couple of weeks or just siding with them. We must be antiracist black lives. Matter is great and this guy died a hero and he was just crossing. You know it's like and the need to paint these pictures of things, but almost certainly are not true. You know. He was a hero it. Somehow he was just. Like China wheel his disabled girlfriend around, but also he was protecting everybody, and he died this Chiro, and then there is like so it's like the top people there, and then it's like the bottom like the loser brigade types who also jump on that same bandwagon. And then there's kind of all the rest of us who are somewhere in the middle there who seem to be rejecting this whole world view and I lead, do think. A lot of this comes down. To what you are, your own bias is going in What your own kind of world view going into? This thing is all right. Let's take a quick second I. WanNa, thank our sponsor for today's show which is Lucy. Dot, C., show, Lucy Nicotine is a company founded by former smokers who finally making tobacco alternatives that don't suck. It's twenty twenty. Get rid of your cigarettes. Unplug your vape, throw out. Out Your tens of depth and go get some Lucy Nicotine, gum or lozenges. That actually tastes great. I can tell you guys I've tried this stuff. They really do taste great I tried other nicotine gums in the past that we're like just disgusting I really like the stuff. That Lucy has I'm just got a bunch of their loss and just haven't tried that yet, but I can tell you the gum..

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"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Great, you're a great contribution team Hannity. Why are you going out looking for trouble? But then going out looking for trouble having a gun, you know being out in the middle of the street, taking over streets, and then pointing the gun at people, and then it sounds like you know. Maybe he fired. Somebody else fired. You. Tell me he's pointing the gun down. It doesn't matter the things up any and he's got a hand on the trigger. So he, he's at fault. He's out looking for. He found trouble and then the people in the car who seemingly turned into traffic on. It seemed like they aggressively turned into traffic. It seemed like they were looking for trouble, too. I don't think be off the hook I want I think that they should be kept in custody I want to find out. What were they doing that? Turn aggressively ends that street. It seems to me like they. They were looking for trouble. They found trouble. The ended up shooting the guy. You shouldn't get off for that and then the last thing. No, there was I think there was cop camera footage of the COP. Watching the guy turned in. How does a guy turn into protesters without you immediately turning on your cop lights? If what I saw was a dash cam from a cop car. Which I think, it was so I just want to. To Recap, government is at fault. He can't tell us that you guys are going to laws and that you're going to run the show, and then we're going to give you money to maintain the public row. We pay for the public roads. We pay for you to protect the public roads. We've got an entire judicial system was create laws by which there isn't some grey area where people can walk in the middle of the street during. During hours that they're not supposed to be there with guns in their hands, and you can have this kind of chaos because it's predictable, I can predict it. I can tell you that. This is gonNA. Continue to happen. If you've got people just like this will happen, see you gotta maintain the Public Square where you got to say. Hey, we can't maintain it, and then we'll get together and we'll figure out how to fucking do it. Literally. Everybody's a faulty. There's nobody who like you went out looking for trouble. You found it you got that fucking sucks, but was predictable. I could've told you that you were going out looking for trouble. And then whoever turned the car and that street? It didn't look like they were just turning into traffic. Because that's where they had to make a turn I get like. Maybe you've been driving around. Around all day like fuck, these protesters were blocking streets by. I don't know that that's like an entirely off the hook type situation. Yeah, OKAY SO I! Don't know about that either I just don't know if the clear to me in the video that I saw whether the driver was actually being aggressive whether he was trying to go into the crowd. Was He trying to just get through? Maybe. He'd be able to get through the crowd I I don't know. It's it's a tragic situation. It's tragic that it worked out this way And I. I must admit that the part that you you said. There are about having a wife a baby in keeping them safe. I mean look that really does resonate with me, and that is perhaps my own bias whether. Fairly or whether that's fair or not I mean I'll just be honest about that. I had somebody tweeted at me earlier, and said who was defending. You know Garett foster and saying that the driver was aggressive and he said what would what would you do if you were with your wife? A situation like that the driver, and of course. That was my answer. Answer I mean it's I I would never and I hate to break the kind of Michael Malice a ruler, whatever where you're asking what I would do in that situation, my answer is I wouldn't be in that situation, but that really is the answer. In this case, there's no other way to describe look I. This is my own bias as a husband and a father that I. Have like my number one job in life far beyond anything that has to do with my career or libertarianism or anything like that is to protect my girls, and that is my job to keep them safe and alive number one and then number to give them the best life that I, can't I would never I mean never bring my wife to a situation like that and absolutely never a confront someone armed with my wife. If there was any way to avoid that situation I mean just you know like. I don't know that I would never do that. And so that might be part of my bias. That might I thought in these type of events is like what are you doing? bringing the women in your life. To to this type of situation that you know can be so a dangerous, and you watch the video and being interviewed. When he's wearing asked, there's a video of him. It's it seems almost certainly be him. the video of him and he's basically saying They're asking him why he's out here. With his AK, forty seven, and he says you know something about well, the. The cops won't let protests got exercise. My rights and Blah Blah Blah and they asked him if he's going to use it. And he says well, you know if I pointed it at a cop that would just be suicide and if I pointed at one of these people who are enemies there too much of a policy to to do anything about it. which is kind of. You know in hindsight, a really kind of sad. I, don't want our words. I think you gotta go. The video and I only watched one so this might not be a totally akrons reputation, but it Kinda seemed to me like a guy was saying like come get some. I'm coming out here with my gun gets them. You know what I mean he was. He didn't exactly say that, but it's not the furthest thing from that for sure. Anyway you know there's a lot of people on all sides. Of the I'm specifically talking about the libertarian world, because this is a guy who identified as a libertarian allegedly, and is a member of the L. P., allegedly I mean I only say allegedly because I don't actually have concrete proof that this is the case, but I'll take it at since it's been reported that way I'll soom. That's the truth..

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"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

07:12 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"We need to roll back the state we spy on all of our own citizens are. Loaded with non violent drug offenders. If you WANNA, know who America's next enemy is. Look at who were funding right now. One of these problems are government being way to. Work? Hey what's up? Everybody welcome to a brand, new episode of part of the problem of course I am the most consistent motherfucker you know Dave Smith and I'm joined by the King of the Cox Robbie the Fire Bernstein. How are you, Sir I'm doing well. How about you Dave Smith doing well doing well, although our topic for today show is a sad and kind of disturbing. Story and so I wanted to talk about this This guy who was killed in Austin Texas at one of these a black lives matter events i. don't know what to say if I call it. A protest just doesn't seem exactly accurate if I call it a riot. People give up for that. I. I don't know exactly what you would call this but he was A. He was shot and killed by a driver. WHO had some type of confrontation with with the crowd again? It seems to me that a lot of this stuff is not exactly clear what happened. There is some videotape of the of the event. And there's been some pictures and stuff like that, and then there's also been conflicting reports about what exactly. Happened The guy who was killed apparently was a l. -tarian and a member of the Libertarian Party At least that's what's being claimed by the Libertarian Party and by some a few different new sources You never know with these things you know like more information I'm sure will come out the police. The driver and another person who only fired some bullets I don't know at the car in the air. What the? They've released both of them and they said that the driver is cooperating. We'll see if if charges end up being filed or not, that seems to. Be. What that's, that's the state of things right now again like I said these things can change It does seem that the this guy who died What's his name Garrett? Garrett, FOSTER That he had an AK on him and approached the car with the gun it doesn't. There is a photo of him with a gun in his hands right at the car. A lot of people have been pointing this out, but in the photo because it's. Some people were claiming he pointed the gun at the car. And other people are pointing out that the angle looks like he's kind of pointing at at the ground in a kind of ready position, but not technically pointing at right at the guy. I. You know I. Don't know how important of a distinction that isn't it? It's somewhat important but this has led to a real split in the libertarian world of how Libertarians see this event, and what their feelings are out, and that to me is You know a very interesting kind of split and dynamic that this split within the libertarian world which is something that I've you know Been More and more aware of over the last couple of years really under than over the last couple of months. I've really noticed that even more dramatically so there's a lot to talk about their with the actual incident itself, and then why it is that people who are Libertarians and ostensibly have many very similar views about politics, why some of them are kind of divided into these completely different camps where some people are like okay, he was clearly a hero. The, Libertarian Party the official twitter page, posted thing. you know where they? They said their quote? Was We bow our heads at the passing? Libertarian Garrett Fall Star at the time of the shooting Mr Foster was pushing his fiancee. Through an intersection in her wheelchair. which does not seem to be the case that you know so? It seems very strange that the Libertarian Party would say that when it's like well, wait. What like what evidence are you going off at the time of the shooting? He was pushing her 'cause. We see the image of him right at the car with his gun in his hands, and that seems to be when he got shot again. I'm open to being wrong about some of this. Stuff is upset in general, I think people should you know kind of reserve judgment on these situations until you find out some more details, and then Spike Cohen will be coming on our show very soon. WHO's the vice presidential nominee? Cheese said that that foster died a hero. Okay let let me ask you. What are your thoughts from what you've what you've seen about this all right? So I watched everything. That's available and I. Still Think we need more information, but my opinion is that everybody and I mean everybody in this incident is at fault and the people that are the most at fault is government because there are maintaining public roads without rules and law and order, and these kinds of events are predictable. I would say to me this is. is similar to if you ran a cruise line and it was overtaken by pirates, and you didn't turn to people and say hey. My cruise ships overtaken by pirates. It's not safe to be on the Kirsch if governments lost control of the over the Public Square. Then they need to make an announcement go. Hey, guys! No one can be out on the streets right now. We've got people walking around in the middle of the streets with guns that are ready for violence and. And so we you have to like in other words, every public or private, every private business would figure out some sort of structure for who can be wear. Can you have a gun and not have a gun? What's considered like if this was my road? Hey, you guys got to be on the fucking sidewalk or I'm sorry you can't just walk through traffic. You can't just take this over. It's the government playing this quasi area of saying we're going to be in charge. Charge and we're going to create laws, and then all of a sudden. You know tough situations. Come and they go out and we're just going to sit back and let this well. If you're just GonNa, sit back and let things play out. And what happened is one hundred percent predictable, so the most at fault already here is government now. Here's where these other people are faults I saw an interview with this kid where he's talking about going out with his gun and dude. Wouldn't if I'd like a little kid, you gotTA. Little Kid. You're not taking your little kid protesting. If you've got a person that you got to keep, be taken care of your fucking hero, stay home. That's that is your contribution to humanity the you're good enough guy that you've got a girlfriend that needs you. You should not be our protest and that's like having a small child. Why are you putting yourself in harm's way? Home during the Lord's work.

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"garrett foster" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on KOMO

"Cole Miller. Seattle Police did not used to your gas over the weekend protests, but they did use blast balls and pepper spray. The less than lethal tools were put back on the table by a judge who issued a temporary restraining order against the City Council's decision to ban the methods of crowd control for two weeks. That means SPD as more crowd control options. Businesses and residents on Seattle's Capitol Hill had a big mess to clean up on Sunday after Saturday's protests, small glass shards or what's left of windows of a Starbucks on 12th Avenue. It's one of the places now boarded up after protesters damaged its exterior roughly 24 hours earlier. Several spots along the street felt the brunt end of frustrated protestors demonstrating against police brutality on the reported presence of federal agents. Ah, a little further down 12 fire crews were boarding up in watering down what was left of construction trailers, which was set on fire Saturday afternoon, igniting much of the destruction that took place. Cuomo's Nick Papa. And it doesn't seem that long since we've reported on it, but it's now been nearly a month since officials closed the Capitol Hill occupy protests Owner Chop Zone On July 1st crews moved in and clear people from the area following a string of violence in and near the zone zone formed after Seattle police evacuated the East Precinct on June 8th. And it seems to be a fairly recent development protesters and counter protesters who used to wave signs and batters are increasingly carrying weapons. ABC is Jim Ryan is in Texas, where demonstration left a man dead over the weekend at a black lives matter rally three blocks from the Texas Capitol protester Garrett Foster is thought to have been carrying an assault rifle. A motorist who also had a gun tells police that Foster and others surrounded his car. His account is that Mr Foster pointed the weapon directly at him. And he fired his handgun at Mr.

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"garrett foster" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:04 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And see it yourself right there in the video. So In my mind. If you're looking for that kind of a confrontation, you're looking to be a tough guy intimidating. Bluff. Force people into your way of thinking or at least not opposing what it is you're doing. What are you doing? Another recipe for disaster and do that disaster unfold in Austin, Texas, Saturday night. You bet it did. And there's there. There are quite a bit of videos out there, and there's certainly some additional still photos that I've seen. That are starting to make this fairly clear. I think it's way too early to draw any firm conclusions. But the story that everyone agrees on Is that a car? Much like what happened on the way to 25 in Aurora, Colorado. Here you're talking about more of a City street in Austin. And again from the pictures. It doesn't look like 66 3 is kind of the Austin version of Bourbon Street in New Orleans. A lot of clubs on the restaurants a lot of live music. And again, I was bragging on Austin. I've been there a while and probably would like a little less today. Tonight have historically 16 wonderful just to walk down. Stand in the doorway of a club decide whether that's the kind of music you want to go in and listen, and it's every conceivable kind of music. There is Austin considers itself the music capital in Texas, probably the music capital of the Southwest, and it deserves that. It's wonderful, you jazz blues, anything you want to hear, That's what's wonderful about it. But hear this protest is going on in that general area, if not on six street itself. Is a car driving toward the protest. And as the car approaches here is where the stories diverge. Because what the driver told police by the way, the driver It is cooperating, has been interviewed by police and has been released by the way. That doesn't mean he can't be charged, won't be charged with a crime in the future. But for now he's been released. But he said he approached this crowd. And he said Garrett Foster. Because Jared Foster did not like the way this person was driving there toward the protesters. Then rushed at his vehicle. And according to the driver, Pointed his AK 47 multiple times at the driver. The driver, fearing he was about to be shot. Pulled a handgun. Fired several shots, striking Derek Foster three times. And he ultimately died in a local hospital. If you listen to some of the deal and protesters They'll tell you a completely different story. I'll tell you a story that Oh, no. The Garret Foster was there. Yeah, he was carrying a rifle, but he was there with his disabled wife was in a wheelchair. And as the car approached, the protesters scared, Foster was simply concerned about the safety of his disabled wife. So he was pushing her out of the way trying to avoid her being injured by this crazy motorists who was endangering the Lawful peaceful protesters. And trying to get her out of the way when the motorist randomly started shooting shots into the crowd and happen to strike period Foster three times kill him. The video and some of the Still photos that I've seen. Looks to me at this stage of the investigation put the light of that there because there is a fairly clear picture because he's fairly distinctive. He's got a kind of khaki colored hat on. He's got a black A balaclava. This just was down around his neck. He's pulled up over his face to uses a mask. It's pretty clearly him. He's got a fairly distinctive rifle with a skeletonized stock. And looks clearly to me anyway. To be him, Ames leveling his rifle directly at a core only if you feed away from and I got to tell you I'd consistently carry a firearm. I'm gonna have a firearm in my car if I look up, and there's naked, 47 pointed at my face is on. Sitting in my car. Under the law where I live in the law in virtually every place. That allows me to use deadly force to defend myself. Do I have a reasonable belief? I'm facing serious bodily injury or death? That's typically the test in most jurisdictions when somebody's leveling a rifle at my face. Hell, yes, there is. That's why you don't level rifle so people if you don't expect him to protect themselves. That's what happened. Don't Foster is now dead. I got to tell you when you put all those things together. That becomes a bit of a recipe that becomes not only arrest me for that to happen, it becomes almost inevitable when you put all those ingredients together. Get people that are angry. Give people are upset. People are frustrated getting people there that are openly attempting to intimidate people. And scare people. You have people on both side of that equation, who are armed? What's gonna happen? How is that? Not predictable? How is that not even inevitable. We're going to take a break. We come back. We'll talk about another couple of incidents. But then I think the discussion here It's why are all these factors coming together so consistently? Why is the same scenario playing out as between violent protesters and or violent counter protests or motorists? Why is that all playing out? What's the government doing and not doing that directly feeds into this And what's the trajectory of this issue? Where is this going to go? What are we likely to see? Going forward with things being the way they are. And with government being so hands off on this issue. We'll get into that The remainder of this hour shift gears a little bit from there. It's guy Relford in for Tony Cats on Tony cast today. When we get some news Try the dynamite burger.

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"garrett foster" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"3 W. BT. We've had 90 in Gastonia. It's 89 Uptown and W B T. Charlotte, not the only city with protests over the weekend, but in other areas, it was more violent. AUSTIN, Texas A protester killed 28 year old protester Garrett Foster was shot dead by a driver with a gun in Austin, Texas, but Foster himself was armed with a semiautomatic rifle. The incident was recorded and shows the driver's vehicle stopped by a mob of people. Then shots were fired and fired back on. Police say the driver felt endangered because Foster pointed his rifle at the driver who fired his pistol from inside his car. No charges have been filed. Evan Brown Fox News working at Home or Charlotte Cos. Today, telling employees don't come back to the office. Wells Fargo spokesman tells me through at least September the seventh, Wells Fargo will continue with their current operating model, which nationally means about 200,000 employees working from home. Here in Charlotte. That means more than 10,000 today. Charlotte agenda reporting red venture and lending tree They're going to continue their work from home policy and Duke Energy as hundreds of people still working from home Juggle Speak LGBT News in Washington Republicans today working on another Corona cash plan, What trillion dollar plan provides another round of direct payments to Americans? More than $100 billion for schools and money for testing in contact. Tracing the legislation reduces unemployment insurance to 70% of wages, ending an extra.

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"garrett foster" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:36 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Three things I think you need to know, you know, A lot of people think it's myth until it all of a sudden happens at their home where they are remember The Olympia, Washington mayor She actually had a your home was vandalized. I wrote the spray painted BLM on it, even though she had rainbow flags and a black lives matter. Placard on her front on her front porch. They still went up in vandalized spray painted her house graffiti. I mean, that's what happened. The mob is they They're relentless there. Ridiculous. Um, I think was the Oakland mayor Had her house vandalized is well, they came on her block. Fine. Apparently some AH, some slip sports radio host in Seattle. Right? He, uh What is it? Paul Gallant or Gallant? Paul Gallant seasons. Seattle sports radio host. Got some attention for commenting on a trump tweet Trump tweeted out back in June, June 12 Seattle mayor Remember when they had the big chop Chazz thing? Right. Trump tweets out about Seattle mayor saying the anarchist takeover the cities of summer love. Is that these terrorists burn and pillage our cities they think is wonderful. Even even even the death must And now Seattle takeover blah, blah, blah. So this guy responded back, Walk through last night out of curiosity and saw no burning, pillaging our deaths. Chill dog, The chill dog. That's of the sports radio host it back on June 12th right? Well, apparently, he went back to his apartment complex. That, of course in Seattle had a Starbucks underneath and he walks up to it. This weekend. And the Starbucks was completely destroyed. He took a picture of it took video of it. Windows smashed in. People went in there and just destroyed everything inside the Starbucks. And he took video of it. And then he wrote tweeted out the video and he wrote, came home to my apartment complex. The Starbucks underneath has been destroyed, and cops are telling us to stay away in case something explosive is inside. Chill dog. Nothing to see here, Dog. Right Children, Dog. Any tweets out unrelated is a fire a few blocks from me, which had freaked me out. When I saw it from the highway zero clue what's going on, but the cat and I are getting the bleep out. You ready for this after he talked to chill dog. What's going on, Pete? Okay, He then tweets out. I feel like I need to buy a firearm because clearly this is going to keep happening. 00 Now you're on. But you know what? This is what it takes. This is what it takes. Welcome to the party, pal. I feel like I need to buy a fire Ah, month ago. Well, I should say, probably close to six weeks ago. He's telling Trump Chill dog. There's nothing going on here in this charge as chop and then when his apartment complex Gets destroyed. The Starbucks has destroyed cops saying stay away because something could explode. I feel like I need to buy a firearm. This is good. This is going to keep happening. Enough is enough. It looks like a block party down the street for me really angry right now. Oh, No kidding. And then apparently, he was getting some pushback from some AA people on Twitter because it's successful, right? And then this sports radio's tweets out seemed harmless. Over the last few weeks, there has been a lot of changes on that front that have swayed by perception. Would you like to apologize to the president? He writes the chill dog responses have been very funny because he told the president there going backto me. Chill dog. I mean, come on, man. Chill dog. Not that big of a deal chilled Aug. By the way, ABC News reports 59 Police officers were injured. During the violent writes in Seattle. On Saturday alone, 47 people were arrested. Not that bad. Not that man. Did you hear about this one, writes Because, as you know, black lives matter right there, mostly peaceful protests and black lives matter. Regina Romero, the rat radical mayor, she still supports And apparently, nobody in town has the guts to ask her. You think it's time? To condemn black lives matter. Because they were violent. What the other vial and it's not even black people there. Violence white people did hear what happened in Austin. Currently in Austin. There was a guy walking around his name is Garrett actually spelled it wrong? There were two teas Garrett Foster. Walking around with an AK 47. How do I know that Because he said it. I was being interviewed by somebody on their video on her phone, right? Walking around Austin with an AK 47. They said, Why do you have it? He said, because they don't let us protest. So got to do it here. And he said, a lot of people think we're wrong. They're ah, there to their bunch of Ah Blank willows. You know what I'm talking about? You're too big a blank willows. To say anything to us. Currently is married to a quadriplegic gob. Listen for that, right? So, um, Apparently, they wear out their protest Ng in Austin on the streets. When Ah, a driver wanted to get through a wooden let the driver through. So the guy was honking the horn and this Garrett Foster approach this guy and it looks like on video. Then if he shot or nobody he approached the driver with his a K 47 pointed at him. So the driver in Austin took out his gun and shot him and killed him..

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"garrett foster" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Arrested and they let us march anyway. Here you go. That was Gary Foster on Facebook before maybe a couple hours before he was shot and killed anybody that hears that. Why? Why did he say Well, I can't. He's asked by the interviewer there. Why do you have a gun and said one of the things he says Well, I can't shoot cops because I'm dead. I mean some dead so you know Why would he say that? He's looking at you that enter his mind. Sounds like he was looking for trouble. I thought I've got to tell you. I agree. I think the guy was just ready. And as soon as this this this car pulled into the Ah protest and not don't think intentionally. I think he was just he saw what he wanted to see. And he pointed the gun at the guy and you pointed your gun at the wrong person. Well, here's what happened after that. That conversation there on Facebook, Garrett Foster and couple of other 100 others started marching. Up Congress Avenue and about fourth Street's A car tried to turn onto Congress Avenue. They were that car was greeted by hundreds of protesters banging on the car shaking the car, you hear? Ah, honk, and then you hear the gunfire. That first barrage was actually the guy in the car shooting. The second barrage is somebody else, said the crowd that starts shooting at the fleeing vehicle. Now, this is a woman that she was pretty frantic as this happens, waiting in the.

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Demonstrator shot and killed at BLM protest

News, Traffic and Weather

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

Demonstrator shot and killed at BLM protest

"Sunday night Vigil in Portland, Oregon, after a deadly shooting at a black lives matter, protest to demonstrate a shot and killed apparently caught between gunfire from the crowd and shots fired from a car. We can confirm the identity of the deceased as a Mr Garrett Foster. 28 year old white male. The driver of the car fled the scene but called 911 and turned himself in for police questioning

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"garrett foster" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:51 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news. I'm Nora Raum Republicans say they're close to an agreement on a new pandemic relief package NPR's Joel rose reports. GOP negotiators plan to unveil a one trillion dollar relief measure in the Senate on Monday white, house negotiators spent a few hours on Capitol Hill Sunday, putting what they called the final touches on the plan. Another Republican Rescue Bill. Bill collapsed last week. Because of GOP infighting over the cost and other details, including enhanced unemployment benefits which are set to run out millions of Americans Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told Fox News Sunday that the relief plan might need to pass in several stages. There's certain things that have timeframes that are a bigger priority, so we could look at doing an entire. Entire deal we could also look at doing parts Democrats pass their own three trillion dollar rescue package in the house months ago. House Speaker Nancy. Pelosi criticized the quote disarray on the Republican side Joel, rose NPR news police in Austin Texas have released two individuals suspected of firing handguns, and a black lives matter protest in a facebook live video a car is. Is Heard Honking and a group of protesters when shots rang out for member station K. UT Danny Martinez reports, police say twenty eight year old Garrett foster was carrying an AK47 type assault rifle when he approached the driver's side window of a vehicle last night during a protest and was shot. Austin police chief Brian Manley others in the crowd began striking vehicle. Gun were fired inside the vehicle at Mr Foster. Chief Manley says it appears that foster may have pointed his weapon at the driver of the vehicle before being shot himself a second individual in the crowd than fired shots at the vehicle as it drove away, foster died from multiple gunshot wounds at a local hospital. Police are still investigating the incident I'm Benny Matthias in Austin the late John Lewis crossed the Edmund pettus bridge in Selma Alabama for the last time Sunday as a young civil rights activists. He was beaten by state. Troopers. Troopers on that bridge fifty five years ago, a horse drawn wagon, carrying his coffin cross the bridge on its way to Montgomery where he's lying in repose at the State. Capitol Hill I in state at the US Capitol this week. He died July seventeenth at the age of eighty Olivia de Haviland has died. Her publicist said she passed peacefully Sunday at her home in Paris of natural causes. She was one of the last of the top screen performer from the studio. Age was the last surviving lead from gone with the wind. Have Land often. Co starred with Errol Flynn here. She is as maid Marian declaring her love for Robin Hood. Even at danger nothing if you will, we've me offscreen. She was a champion for actors rights..

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Police investigate shooting at Austin Black Lives Matter protest

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00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Police investigate shooting at Austin Black Lives Matter protest

"Police in Austin Texas have released two individuals suspected of firing handguns, and a black lives matter protest in a facebook live video a car is. Is Heard Honking and a group of protesters when shots rang out for member station K. UT Danny Martinez reports, police say twenty eight year old Garrett foster was carrying an AK47 type assault rifle when he approached the driver's side window of a vehicle last night during a protest and was shot. Austin police chief Brian Manley others in the crowd began striking vehicle. Gun were fired inside the vehicle at Mr Foster. Chief Manley says it appears that foster may have pointed his weapon at the driver of the vehicle before being shot himself a second individual in the crowd than fired shots at the vehicle as it drove away, foster died from multiple gunshot wounds at a local hospital. Police are still investigating the incident

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"garrett foster" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"03 I'm Kurtulus stop stories tonight. Roaring ashore as a hurricane. Hannah is lashing the Gulf Coast with high winds and drenching rains, destroying boats, flooding streets and knocking out the power across. A region surrounding Kenedy County in Texas along the coast. Hurricane battering much of the area early Sunday, she was downgraded to a tropical storm thie American Red Cross is Henry Vamp Ute says they are prepared. For Hannah by creating shelters for residents to have acted. We still have three shelters open at this present time along the impacted area. We were prepared beforehand made landfall with three evacuation shelters. We've transitioned our shelter needs to wear the impact population would be Hannah is expected to unload as much as 18 inches of rain. Police have identified a man named Garrett Foster as the arm protests are shot and killed by someone who drove into a crowd at a black lives matter. Protest in Austin. Please Chief Brian Manly, saying witnesses saw something happening leading up to the shooting, Witnesses reported. A disturbance began when the vehicle started honking its form as a turn south bound on the congress from Fort ST Vehicle Stop is There were a large number of people in the roadway. Mr. Foster, who was holding an AK 47 type assault rifle.

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"garrett foster" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"garrett foster" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Devastated the industry. There's where the T U I cruise ship mind Shift to which translates to My ship, too, is now on a weekend cruise in the North Sea, but occupancy didn't even reach A maximum of 60%. Just 1200 passengers of the normal $2900 onboard the itinerary. Well, there are no ports of call, and those aboard, you know, have to wear the mass and have their temps taken. Observe social distancing. Well, time flies. But right now that time is marked. My intense work. Everybody's trying to develop a Corona virus vaccine really has gone so quickly. It takes years to get from the Petri dish through animal trials in the human trials. But all this has taken just months, six months and about a week to be more precise and as far as human trials go, there are three nearly four vaccine candidates that have breezed through the 1st 2 phases. Safety in phase one and inducing an immune response in phase two thes vaccine candidates now jump into the most important phase phase three effectiveness this week. Jim Rupe wins these time. 5 36 Police in Austin, Texas, now investigating a shooting that left one man dead near Black Lives matter Protest Last night, officers reported hearing multiple gunshots to the demonstration around 10 o'clock. Garrett Foster, critically injured at the scene later died in a neighbouring hospital. Initial reports indicated he may have approached the suspect's car with a rifle. But his mother, Sheila, telling ABC News, another angle, It's not what it was pushing Whitney through an intersection. And this gentleman had got out of his car and started firing shots and my son was shot Suspect detained in Portland, Oregon, authorities declared a Ryan.

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Garrett Foster: Police investigate shooting at Austin Black Lives Matter protest

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00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Garrett Foster: Police investigate shooting at Austin Black Lives Matter protest

"In Austin, Texas have launched a probe now into the shooting death of one man at a black lives matter protest yesterday. Sheila Foster is the mother of Garrett Foster shot while officers rather seen monitoring protesters in downtown Austin. That's when shots rang. It was pushing Whitney through an intersection. And this gentleman had got out of his car and started firing shots and my son was shot three times. Initial reports indicate the victim may have been carrying a rifle and approach of suspect's vehicle

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