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 Buffalo supermarket at center of deadly shooting a community lifeline

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 hrs ago

Buffalo supermarket at center of deadly shooting a community lifeline

"18 year old white man accused of fatally shooting ten black people at a buffalo supermarket is scheduled to appear in court Peyton gendron who live streamed his deadly supermarket shooting from a helmet camera before surrendering to police Will appear in an eerie county courtroom this morning before a buffalo city judge Last week his court appointed lawyer entered a not guilty plea on murder charges shortly before the attack last Saturday gendron posted writings to online discussion groups detailing his plans and his racist motivations authorities are investigating the possibility of hate crime or terrorism charges all but two of his 13 alleged victims were black The reverend Al sharpton is expected to speak at the funeral for deacon Hayward Patterson on Friday

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Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann: Pray for the Upcoming WHO Vote

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 7 hrs ago

Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann: Pray for the Upcoming WHO Vote

"Is there anything we can do to avert this? I mean, it's effectively the end of America. It sounds like I'm making this up. But what you just said is it's unbelievable to cede sovereignty to some organization. I mean, it's fundamentally unconstitutional, but I guess my question is, what can we do? Well, what we can do, first of all, is pray. And remember that God does not abandon us. His banner over us is love. He hears us when we cry out to him. And so no one should despair. No one should cry, what we need to do is recognize that we have a holy God who loves us. This is not taking him by surprise, praise psalms too over this issue. Psalms too says that the nations are in rebellion against God, but God sits on his throne and laughs about things like this because he is sovereign. You can't give away ultimate sovereignty. God is sovereign. So what the Biden administration is doing is clearly lawless. It is clearly unconstitutional, but there's a difference between law and power and the Biden administration has the power to do whatever they want unless we check them. So what we need to do is contact our U.S. senators, our House members, our governor, our state attorney general, because all of them are impacted and tell them we want these Biden amendments withdrawn before they're voted on May 22nd through 28 in Geneva, Switzerland at the world health

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Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 7 hrs ago

Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

"Now. The dean of the Robertson school of government for regent university and she is my guest. Michelle bachmann, welcome. Thank you so much and also a longtime friend to Eric my taxes. Honored to think so. I have to say, you have been in public life for a long time. You get in the weeds on this stuff. I just, I can't bear sometimes to look at it. What I have been hearing from you and others regarding this issue, it seems like a kind of madness. Somebody must be making it up. It can't be true. Tell us what is going on. Well, that is the biggest problem right now because people can't believe that this could be possible. But then just say to yourself, what have we lived through for the last two and a half years where Congress didn't vote on mask mandate. Congress did vote on lockdowns. Conference Congress didn't vote on suspending rent for rent control issues. They didn't vote mandate vaccines. None of those votes were taken. It was all under the auspices of emergency powers that the Biden administration, whether it was Rachel walensky at the Centers for Disease Control or Doctor Fauci or doctor burps. Pronouncements were made. It was just a press release or a press conference, and we were all told, oh, this is law. We were told that we had to comply as though it was law. When it wasn't long, it was emergency action. So what's happening? I set that up because what's happening is that level of rising authoritarianism and a denial of our civil liberties, the last two years in America by American health officials, that level of authoritarianism, decision making, under the Biden amendments, if they pass a Geneva Switzerland May 22nd to 28th, would transfer American sovereignty and the sovereignty all nations over the world over our healthcare decisions from our nation over to the director general of the World Health Organization. That's

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Kathy Barnette Attracted Conservative Votes but a Bad Personal History

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 15 hrs ago

Kathy Barnette Attracted Conservative Votes but a Bad Personal History

"And by the way I like McCormick and Oz both of them I truly do I think either would be a great senator Either would be only told you that And I told you I'm not into this Barnett at all for a lot of reasons But again What I'm pointing out here is that look here's the thing Barnett attracted a lot of conservative votes I know why she attracted a lot of conservative votes Because people began to hear what she had to say during the debates It's not like she had a lot of money to play Commercials so forth And they liked what she had to say And the way she presented it and so did I But being unvetted as more information came out and that's the whole purpose of a primary just so you know It's the see if a candidate is strong enough to run into general election Otherwise there's no point in having a primary Just everybody would run She couldn't stand up to it And I don't mean because she wasn't strong She was strong But because her relatively recent past had some nasty stuff in it that reminded me quite frankly of joy Reid Again not ideologically But the comments and the way she made the comments

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Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:37 min | 22 hrs ago

Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?

"No, I want to turn to The Washington Post column I have up this morning over at the landing page. Trump hovers, but the numbers of his likely rival grows. I divide would be 2024 people into three bags, ultra maga, maga light, and everybody else. And a few candidates like Ron DeSantis, Tom cotton, Mike Pompeo, Rick Scott, Tim Scott, Ted Cruz. They can do all three of those groups. What do you think about my general categories? Those are people like youngkin and Nikki Haley. And everybody else, Chris Christie, who's coming up next hour and Mike Pence and people like that. Fair enough tax hominy, taxonomy. I think it's a useful text on me. I kind of look at the erasers divided into two candidates or two groups. One is Trump than everybody. Everybody is. Yes, that's true. And so so much rise on what president Trump decides to do in 2024. I think he's leaning toward running at the moment, but that could change. If his president Trump, he likes to change his mind, I am provided. But I think it's important for the other candidates you mentioned here not to be deterred by the prospect of a Trump candidacy. If you really believe that this is your moment, the calling to call has arrived and that you can offer the country a successful presidency, you should run and you should be prepared to run against Donald Trump.

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 Russian soldier pleads guilty at Ukraine war crimes trial

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 23 hrs ago

Russian soldier pleads guilty at Ukraine war crimes trial

"In in in in the the the the head head head head through through through through an an an an open open open open call call call call windows windows windows windows in in in in the the the the south south south south east east east east of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine on on on on February February February February twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight full full full full days days days days into into into into the the the the invasion invasion invasion invasion Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor general general general general previously previously previously previously said said said said the the the the office office office office was was was was raging raging raging raging war war war war crimes crimes crimes crimes cases cases cases cases against against against against forty forty forty forty one one one one Russian Russian Russian Russian soldiers soldiers soldiers soldiers for for for for offenses offenses offenses offenses that that that that included included included included bombing bombing bombing bombing civilian civilian civilian civilian infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure killing killing killing killing civilians civilians civilians civilians rape rape rape rape and and and and looting looting looting looting it's it's it's it's not not not not immediately immediately immediately immediately clear clear clear clear how how how how many many many many of of of of the the the the suspects suspects suspects suspects are are are are in in in in Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian hands hands hands hands on on on on how how how how many many many many will will will will be be be be tried tried tried tried in in in in absentia absentia absentia absentia I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles to to to to this this this this month month month month a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one year year year year old old old old Russian Russian Russian Russian soldier soldier soldier soldier facing facing facing facing the the the the first first first first war war war war crimes crimes crimes crimes trial trial trial trial since since since since Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow invaded invaded invaded invaded Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine has has has has pleaded pleaded pleaded pleaded guilty guilty guilty guilty to to to to killing killing killing killing an an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed unarmed civilian civilian civilian civilian Sajjan Sajjan Sajjan Sajjan

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NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

"Secretary secretary secretary secretary general general general general Jens Jens Jens Jens Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg says says says says Finland Finland Finland Finland and and and and Sweden Sweden Sweden Sweden have have have have applied applied applied applied to to to to for for for for NATO NATO NATO NATO membership membership membership membership amid amid amid amid concerns concerns concerns concerns over over over over Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war on on on on Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg says says says NATO NATO NATO allies allies allies agreed agreed agreed that that that this this this is is is an an an historic historic historic moment moment moment which which which we we we must must must seize seize seize the the the applications applications applications not not not submitted submitted submitted must must must be be be weighted weighted weighted by by by the the the thirty thirty thirty member member member countries countries countries that that that process process process is is is expected expected expected to to to take take take about about about two two two weeks weeks weeks but but but to to to Turkey's Turkey's Turkey's president president president has has has expressed expressed expressed reservations reservations reservations about about about Finland Finland Finland and and and Sweden Sweden Sweden joining joining joining the the the two two two however however however could could could officially officially officially become become become members members members once once once that that that accession accession accession protocols protocols protocols are are are rectified rectified rectified even even even if if if Turkey's Turkey's Turkey's leaders leaders leaders objections objections objections are are are overcome overcome overcome that that that could could could take take take a a a few few few months months months the the the process process process usually usually usually takes takes takes eight eight eight to to to twelve twelve twelve months months months I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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Watchdog: US troop pullout was key factor in Afghan collapse

AP News Radio

00:00 sec | 1 d ago

Watchdog: US troop pullout was key factor in Afghan collapse

"Washington Washington Washington Washington I I I I might might might might cross cross cross cross your your your your reporting reporting reporting reporting a a a a watchdog watchdog watchdog watchdog report report report report says says says says the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. troop troop troop troop pullout pullout pullout pullout was was was was a a a a key key key key factor factor factor factor in in in in the the the the Afghan Afghan Afghan Afghan collapse collapse collapse collapse a a a a new new new new government government government government watchdog watchdog watchdog watchdog report report report report concludes concludes concludes concludes decisions decisions decisions decisions by by by by presidents presidents presidents presidents Donald Donald Donald Donald Trump Trump Trump Trump and and and and Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden Biden to to to to pull pull pull pull all all all all U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. troops troops troops troops out out out out of of of of Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan were were were were the the the the key key key key factors factors factors factors in in in in the the the the collapse collapse collapse collapse of of of of the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. trained trained trained trained Afghan Afghan Afghan Afghan military military military military the the the the report report report report comes comes comes comes from from from from the the the the special special special special inspector inspector inspector inspector general general general general for for for for Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan reconstruction reconstruction reconstruction reconstruction there there there there were were were were earlier earlier earlier earlier similar similar similar similar assessments assessments assessments assessments from from from from senior senior senior senior Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon and and and and military military military military leaders leaders leaders leaders last last last last September September September September general general general general mark mark mark mark Milley Milley Milley Milley chairman chairman chairman chairman of of of of the the the the joint joint joint joint chiefs chiefs chiefs chiefs of of of of staff staff staff staff bluntly bluntly bluntly bluntly told told told told Congress Congress Congress Congress U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. missteps missteps missteps missteps in in in in Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan were were were were years years years years in in in in the the the the making making making making that that that that outcome outcome outcome outcome is is is is acumen acumen acumen acumen of of of of a a a a factor factor factor factor of of of of twenty twenty twenty twenty years years years years not not not not twenty twenty twenty twenty days days days days and and and and there there there there are are are are huge huge huge huge amount amount amount amount of of of of strategic strategic strategic strategic operational operational operational operational

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Academia and the Fear of Religion

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:12 min | 1 d ago

Academia and the Fear of Religion

"There is such if there's one thing I've noticed, even more than people here on this campus and just left left wing people who I've met in general, even more than they criticize conservatives, they criticize religious people, specifically Christians. There is such an aversion to religion. I actually had a debate with one of my friends about this recently, where she said to me, religion creeps me out and devout Christians creep me out and one of the things that she brought up was apparently I didn't know this, but apparently in the south or some sort of more like evangelical hardline communities, people speak, I'm getting this wrong, but they sort of speak gibberish insurance. It's called speaking in tongues. Yes. And my friend brought that up as if every single Christian. I have a better answer. Forgive me. I don't care. I'm Jewish. I don't give a damn if they speak in tongues. Right. Compared to the gibberish that comes out of universities, the worst people to talk about gibberish are people on the left,

WHO: China's COVID plan is 'unsustainable' due to omicron

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

WHO: China's COVID plan is 'unsustainable' due to omicron

"The the the the head head head head over over over over the the the the World World World World Health Health Health Health Organization Organization Organization Organization says says says says China's China's China's China's extreme extreme extreme extreme approach approach approach approach to to to to containing containing containing containing the the the the coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus is is is is unsustainable unsustainable unsustainable unsustainable because because because because of of of of the the the the highly highly highly highly infectious infectious infectious infectious nature nature nature nature of of of of the the the the with with with with phone phone phone phone variant variant variant variant at at at at a a a a press press press press briefing briefing briefing briefing WHO's WHO's WHO's WHO's director director director director general general general general Tedros Tedros Tedros Tedros described described described described China's China's China's China's zero zero zero zero code code code code good good good good strategy strategy strategy strategy as as as as not not not not sustainable sustainable sustainable sustainable after after after after similar similar similar similar remarks remarks remarks remarks last last last last week week week week to to to to shop shop shop shop criticism criticism criticism criticism from from from from China China China China W. W. W. W. H. H. H. H. O. O. O. O. had had had had repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly advised advised advised advised Chinese Chinese Chinese Chinese officials officials officials officials about about about about they they they they recommended recommended recommended recommended because because because because of of of of it it it it containment containment containment containment strategies strategies strategies strategies but but but but that that that that to to to to draw draw draw draw says says says says regarding regarding regarding regarding their their their their choice choice choice choice of of of of policies policies policies policies it's it's it's it's up up up up to to to to every every every every country country country country to to to to make make make make that that that that choice choice choice choice the the the the often often often often chaotic chaotic chaotic chaotic implementation implementation implementation implementation all all all all zero zero zero zero coded coded coded coded in in in in China China China China has has has has stirred stirred stirred stirred considerable considerable considerable considerable resentment resentment resentment resentment and and and and food food food food shortages shortages shortages shortages in in in in Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai with with with with some some some some residents residents residents residents agreed agreed agreed agreed on on on on the the the the look look look look down down down down for for for for more more more more than than than than a a a a month month month month I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles to to to to this this this this one one one one

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The Implications of Dinesh's Film '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | 1 d ago

The Implications of Dinesh's Film '2000 Mules'

"I want to explore today the implications of the film 2000 mules. And I want to probe them in their widest significance. Now, when I started the film, when Debbie and I kind of paired up with true the vote and we sort of began this project. A few months ago, this film, by the way, has moved at a very accelerated pace. My thoughts were that, look, if there are some important truths about the 2020 election, disputing, for example, are disproving that it was the most secure election. It would be really valuable to get that out. And it doesn't matter if nothing can be done about it, truth is important in its own right. So for example, if you have a guy, let's just say who committed a rape. And the statute of limitations has expired, there's nothing you can do about it. Well, but there's DNA evidence later that he did it. It's still valuable to know. So you want the truth to get out and that's an important reason you make a movie. It's a truth telling enterprise. And of course, the second objective is obviously to, if there is massive and systematic fraud, how do we stop it from happening again? How do we prevent it in the future? What measures need to be taken by the various parties, state legislatures, attorneys general secretaries of state Republican organizations, the RNC, the ordinary citizen, what can we do? To ensure that this is not repeated. This kind of horror is not replicated. Again, and again and again. But as I got into the movie and got into the just a sheer volume of the fraud and the magnitude of the whole thing hit me and it occurred to me that we are too hasty in saying simply let's fix it the next time.

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10 killed in attack at Buffalo supermarket

AP News Radio

00:02 sec | 2 d ago

10 killed in attack at Buffalo supermarket

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Where Are the PROSECUTIONS?! Jim Hanson Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 2 d ago

Where Are the PROSECUTIONS?! Jim Hanson Weighs In

"I've had Matt Gaetz and empty G on the show regularly for something we call the America first strategy sessions. And they have this great vision, Matt said, when we win in the midterms, God willing, we're going to turn every single committee of Congress into investigator committee. We're not going to have special standing once everyone, whether it's ag, whether it's justice, whether it's national defense and armed forces, will be an investigative committee. We're going to subpoena the crap out of these cowards and treasonous individuals. And I thought, yeah, that's interesting like that. But then I realized, I don't care about subpoenas. I don't care about another inspector general's report that leads to nada, okay? I want prosecutions. If lady liberty truly wears a blindfold, then if you have been a seditionist traitorous piece of scum using their clearances like John Brennan like vindman like Eric sharmilla to subvert the will of the people, even if you're a Trump appointe when Mark Esper says, I was defending America as the Secretary of Defense from the president. You go and how many people voted for you Mark exactly schwanz only none, then you should be up on charges. So I've never been called a radical by conservatives, but I think it's time to find because it's not going to be fed. It's going to be a county prosecutor. It's going to be somebody in a Republican state that says, you know what? Mark Esper, you undermined my safety and the safety of my citizens as well. I'm going to prosecute you. Is this a crazy wish list? No. I mean, rule number one, we're in a war. We're fighting for the heart of the republic. And any tool, any weapon we have that you don't use is idiotic. And another one that I like, all right, those are good ways. But even in Congress, they can write into the appropriation bills things they can and can not do. But they never do that. They never do that right in there. Diversity, equity, and inclusion is not dead. Done. Right. No more. CRT. Zero money, no money spent on it. And I think they need to

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1 killed, 5 injured in Southern California church shooting

AP News Radio

00:00 sec | 2 d ago

1 killed, 5 injured in Southern California church shooting

"At at at Donahue Donahue Donahue authorities authorities authorities in in in southern southern southern California California California believe believe believe the the the gunman gunman gunman in in in a a a deadly deadly deadly attack attack attack at at at a a a church church church was was was motivated motivated motivated by by by hate hate hate Orange Orange Orange County County County sheriff sheriff sheriff don don don Barnes Barnes Barnes says says says the the the suspect suspect suspect is is is a a a Chinese Chinese Chinese immigrant immigrant immigrant and and and drove drove drove to to to the the the church church church where where where he he he is is is not not not a a a regular regular regular attendee attendee attendee secured secured secured the the the doors doors doors and and and started started started shooting shooting shooting it it it is is is believed believed believed the the the suspect suspect suspect involved involved involved was was was upset upset upset about about about political political political tensions tensions tensions between between between China China China and and and Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan he he he says says says the the the pastor pastor pastor Dr Dr Dr John John John Chang Chang Chang was was was killed killed killed after after after confronting confronting confronting the the the gunman gunman gunman by by by hitting hitting hitting him him him on on on the the the head head head with with with a a a chair chair chair without without without the the the actions actions actions of of of Dr Dr Dr Chang Chang Chang it it it

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J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:01 min | 2 d ago

J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory

"Is JD Vance, the U.S. Senate nominee candidate for the great state of Ohio running against Tim Ryan. JD, welcome back to the program. Thanks, Charlie. Thanks for having me. And congratulations, I actually have a chance to tell you that yet. So first just your reaction from your race, you won the shocking victory. I think almost two weeks ago, how are you processing things? How's your race standing now that you're in the general? That's good. I mean, look, the Biden administration has been a disaster in Tim Ryan, my democratic opponent has voted with the Biden administration a 100% of the time. So we feel good about the general. Still got to put in the work. I think the Republican primary the way that I think about it is that it was a referendum on what kind of party do we want to be? Do we want to be a nationalist America first policy? Or do we want a party? Or do we want to go back to the ways of starting stupid wards that we have no reason to be in and shipping our manufacturing base off to China and other countries in the world. So I'm glad that the voters of Ohio rejected the old establishment ways. And I'm excited to take the America first message into the general election. And like I said, I feel pretty good

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Ukraine says Russia strikes at Donetsk sites

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Ukraine says Russia strikes at Donetsk sites

"Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces have have have have focused focused focused focused their their their their latest latest latest latest attacks attacks attacks attacks in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine in in in in the the the the eastern eastern eastern eastern sector sector sector sector targeting targeting targeting targeting civilian civilian civilian civilian and and and and military military military military sites sites sites sites in in in in multiple multiple multiple multiple towns towns towns towns the the the the general general general general staff staff staff staff of of of of Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's armed armed armed armed forces forces forces forces says says says says Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's ministry ministry ministry ministry also also also also continued continued continued continued S. S. S. S. and and and and artillery artillery artillery artillery strikes strikes strikes strikes around around around around the the the the eyes eyes eyes eyes of of of of style style style style plant plant plant plant in in in in matter matter matter matter you you you you pull pull pull pull the the the the last last last last holdout holdout holdout holdout of of of of Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian forces forces forces forces in in in in the the the the strategic strategic strategic strategic city city city city while while while while in in in in the the the the next next next next region region region region in in in in the the the the east east east east Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces using using using using a a a a range range range range of of of of weaponry weaponry weaponry weaponry on on on on Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian military military military military fortification fortification fortification fortification and and and and units units units units I'm I'm I'm I'm fine fine fine fine until until until until you you you you reach reach reach reach a a a a civilian civilian civilian civilian infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure in in in in towns towns towns towns including including including including turnover turnover turnover turnover on on on on Patrika Patrika Patrika Patrika I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month

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Seth Gruber Is One of the Best Communicators of the Pro-Life Movement

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | 4 d ago

Seth Gruber Is One of the Best Communicators of the Pro-Life Movement

"Everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show in person the man the myth the legend, Seth Gruber, who is the most talented charismatic and I will say wise pro life male voice. I think just pro life voice in general is amazing. Seth, welcome. Thank you, Charlie. You have helped me so much to clarify my pro life views, not that I have different beliefs, but it's a better articulate them. And so you do this for a living. I do. I was raised in the pro life movement, actually. So my mother was actually the director of a pregnancy resource center in a Zeus of California in the late 1980s. So back then, there weren't very many pregnancy centers. I say this to, I have to interrupt you. You know that a lot of our listeners don't know what a pregnancy resource center. That's right. So what is a pregnancy resource? So the pregnancy research center is the pro life alternative to an abortion clinic. They provide all of their resources for free. And most of them, Charlie provide all of the same non controversial medical resources that an abortion center does. Minus the baby butchering part. And their entirely privately funded. I think a couple centers recently have gotten a little bit of state support, but usually it's all private donations, I keynote their banquets all around the country. And we outnumber abortion clinics, Charlie, about two or three to one. But most people don't know what they are. Most people don't. And I think the pregnancy resource centers have spoken some great ones. I spoke at a phenomenal one in San Antonio. One, you were at the one in California, I spoke at, but a lot of them, and I won't say where, not those two, they got to get their act together. And they think everyone knows who we are. It's like, no, most young people have never heard of a pregnancy resource. I talked to pastors who've never heard of pastor and it's just hard for them to kind of comprehend and believe that.

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McConnell, GOP senators meet Zelenskyy in surprise Kyiv stop

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 d ago

McConnell, GOP senators meet Zelenskyy in surprise Kyiv stop

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"general bar" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"general bar" Discussed on WTOP

"The Jennifer young homeless dot com and consider your Home sold. 1 35, now what Congressional investigation has found two Trump administration, political appointees tried to block change or delay more than a dozen government articles about the spread of the Corona virus. Senior Democratic Congressman James Clyburn, says he's coronavirus committee investigators found evidence of what he calls Ah political pressure campaign to bully professionals at the CDC. He says the pressure may have been an attempt to cripple the nation's coronavirus response. In a quote, misguided effort to achieve herd immunity. Clyburn sent his findings to HHS Secretary Alex Cesar and the head of the CDC, both of whom whom he accuses of stonewalling the investigation. Outgoing Attorney General Bill Bar tells reporters he does not see the need to appoint a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden. I have not seen a reason to a point Special counsel and I have no plan to do so before I leave. In his final news conference, Attorney General Bar says the investigation into Hunter Biden's financial dealings is being handled responsibly and professionally bar also telling The Associated Press in a previous interview that he had seen no evidence of widespread voter fraud. Despite President Trump's claims. To the contrary, the president has pushed those claims even after the Electoral College formalized Joe Biden's victory. Today. The Justice Department unsealed charges against the Libyan bomb expert it believes was involved in the Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. Explosion in 1988 32 years ago. Today that explosion happened. 270 people on board were killed among the Americans. 35 Syracuse University students flying home After a semester abroad. The accused bomber is now in Libyan custody. The US trying to work with Libya to extradite him to the U. S. It's 1 37. Tonight's the night sent us trusting US elves to take care of the North Pole while he delivers all the holiday goodies Wouldn't ponies, dolls expended E Ex Finney. It's only the awesomeness Internet Ever naughty or nice. They let you pick the speed. That's best for you all the way up to gig and you get Internet with top notch coverage..

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"general bar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"general bar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Yeah, Attorney General Bar. Where are you? Jon Darrah. What are you doing? 18 days, and you've done nothing to uncover on bring justice in the biggest political standoff off the modern age, where three services the NSA, the FBI, the CIA went after a political campaign on a presidential candidate and then Spied on us after we won the election and moved into the White House. So the book is the plot against the president. The movie is you can find out more p 80 pete movie dot com and it's in theaters on its feet. Where is it? It is, if you want to see the theater's air being added to every day, if you go to paddock movie dot com, there's a PTP movie plot against the president dies in government. Thanks You saying government know that such a government acronyms? No. It's brought against the president movie dot com. If you go to the theaters everyday, we're putting more theaters that's in South Dakota. It's in Ohio. It's in Wisconsin. It's in Idaho. It's in It's It's outage on Amazon hasn't but your world 48 hours. How hard was hits an explanation? I'll tell you when we're when we're at dinner. I'll tell you how you how you do it. Okay, but entry, because, yeah, the kind of people are really, really. I mean, it's the popularity of it is going out of control people our right just there, watching it two or three times. They're they're going. They're like we've got to get this out to everybody. I mean, the response has been since the moment we put it up. It's been a really since the moment we put the trailer up. It's been unbelievable. People want to see she has done what nobody else has managed to do in 90 minutes less than 90 minutes. Explain to you the names the dates, the organizations who did what? Who plotted against the Trump campaign. Who plotted against us in the Trump administration. And why it's a threat to the future of Republic. Yes, it's PTP movie dot com. The plot against the president on this man, isn't it And he's amazing, and he explains.

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KLBJ 590AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"general bar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"General Bar got the most attention. There was another one yesterday in a different house committee also focused on protests and the use of federal force Curing America. Acting U. S. Park Police chief Gregory Monahan tells a House committee that it was violence on behalf of protesters last month that prompted federal law enforcement to forcefully clear out Washington's Lafayette Square and to my point if you fast forward to June 2nd, we saw a dramatic decrease in violent behavior. Lafayette Park. The move just prior to President Trump's visit to ST John's Church, the site of an arson attack the previous night. House Democrats have challenged the administration's explanation that violence at the hands of protestors led federal law enforcement to act. Jeff Man. Also Fox News Police in Minneapolis Keep searching for a rioter dating back to the start of the protests. Investigators filed a search warrant for the cell phone records of a person they are calling Umbrella man. It's in reference to a viral video in late May, showing a man dressed in all black wearing a black gas mask and carrying an umbrella approaching the AutoZone. Video shows. He broke out all the store from Windows, which soon lead to the looting and burning of the store boxes. Rob Dawson gyms aren't allowed to be open everywhere. But where they are. Anyone going to a planet fitness must soon bring a mask. The workout chain will require facemasks inside Jim's starting in August. Members who can't or don't want to wear a mask inside will have their memberships frozen. The mandate will go into effect in all of the company's 1450 locations in North America and Australia that are open to the public, not just the ones in Corona virus Hot spots. Company impulsively also states that all Planet fitness employees are required to wear masks as well. John Saucy, a Fox News out of Wall Street stock features.

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790 KABC

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"general bar" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Up the state of California for business, Mr Read Wang to the Sports desk in Culver City. Now baseball teams are refusing to go to Miami. This season's gonna last another 10 minutes. Were they going to play the games that air home games for the Marlins in Havana? They're just gonna have to disqualify the Marlins Day one if you get it. If you get enough players that test positive for the Ronna, you don't get to play any more. They're going to put the Marlins in a can of tuna. 800 to 2 to ABC is the phone number 1 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to if you want to weigh in So we got a lot going on today, including the presidential press conference. It's coming up the two o'clock hour. We're going to take it live now. They say it's going to start it too. But American Airlines said that my plane on Friday was going to leave or Sunday was going to leave at eight o'clock in the morning. Sometimes. It's good to have AH, goal, but we don't always meet that goal. So Barbara Stone is booked a two o'clock if they start late, which is what we're assuming will get a segment in with Dr Stone will talk all things politics, including who is former vice President Joe Biden going picked to be his running mate. According to Fox News. That's gonna happen before August. The first, which is right around the corner. Dr Kelly victory will be here to take your calls and the very fair minded civil rights defense attorney Mr Leo Terrell will be making a stop by as well but first in Washington, D C Attorney general bar Was called before Congress for an airing of grievances. And there's really no specific purpose for him to be on Capitol Hill outside of the fact that they want someone to yell at And the man in charge. The man of the hour. Is Jerry Nadler. It was a congressman from New York City. In fact, he lives right near one of my friends and my friends season with the pharmacy all the time. Don't worry. He doesn't have the Rhona. But if you're showing up to this particular hearing, and you're not wearing a match, Congressman Nadler will snap it. You didn't do that today, Randy. Is a little snappy. Well snapping Ever tell you about the time I went to the Florida Everglades. No. It was my dad and I And a bus full of Japanese businessmen. And we went to this to this. I don't know what you would call it, but it's kind of like a zoo in the Everglades. And they took this baby alligator. And they were showing off this baby alligator to my father, myself and a bus full of Japanese businessmen and they were showing us the baby alligators and they told us that his name was snappy. Now, If you speak English, you know to stay far away from snapping. If you only speak Japanese. That was just Words that made no sense. So the minute they took snappy to the Japanese businessman, the Japanese businessmen put their hands out and snappy snapped. So that was Jerry Nadler today at the House hearing now, the hearing didn't start on time because apparently Congressman Nadler Had a little bit of a fender bender on the way to the hearing. Let's go ahead and listen to CNN report on that begin this morning with breaking news, the start of Attorney general Bill bars hearing before the House Judiciary Committee..

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"general bar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

13:04 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. If you wanna be part of the program, we may dip in the NTSB is been a situation in New York, where a helicopter crashed into a high-rise building one now confirmed dead, as we speak, according to the fire department had happened around seven th avenue and fifty first street in New York City and preliminary information shows the chopper made a hard landing on a roof or rooftop, probably having some type of mechanical problems and afire that was up there has since been extinguished, which is good news hoping others warrant hurting us as well. But we might get some of those details in a press conference. We might dip in an out of it as the day unfolds. We have a lot of new information we're going to get to as it relates to the witch on the deep state. The. The election of twenty twenty the Democrats now killing each other, it's a circular firing squad. And, you know, the weather or not, we're going to have it looks like. Well, let's start with it looks like Nadler's holding off on his criminal contempt charge with the attorney general remember, they were asking the attorney general bar, and we gotta go back here and I've gone over this history before, but it's important we used the have the independent counsel statute that was the statute where Ken Starr, literally listed eleven specific felonies that he believed should be charged against the sitting president at the time. That was Bill Clinton. Now as a result of that report, and it was a report that had to be made public he had to testify, there was no option for him to testify or not testify. I don't think you ever going to see Muller go before any committee because I don't think Muller can answer the tough questions. And I think at some point Democrats are going to realize that this is going to backfire and boomerang all never underestimate their stupidity in all of this, and, you know what they're missing a big picture here this four separate investigations. All four have concluded the exact same thing. These investigations, in some cases were went on for years, and still the same conclusion the nine month investigation by the FBI. They had nothing in the lead up to the appointment of Robert Muller. They found no evidence of any Trump Russia, collusion of any kind, then the house Intel committee investigation, the only thing they discovered. It was deep state operatives abusing their power at a level that was unprecedented. And we're really only in the beginning stages of getting to the bottom of what is real abuse of power and corruption, and we're gonna get to it eventually, and then, of course, you had the bipartisan Senate committee conclusion than the Muller report conclusion anyway, so they're making a big deal that the attorney general made this decision guys like Nadler, never wanted Ken Starr's report to ever go public, guys, like Jerrold Nadler are responsible for the fact that now the person that makes the ultimate decision which has been made as relates to President Trump and collusion, because ultimately, it's his office that appoints a special counsel, and he has the final determination, and as he said, the Lindsey Graham at the time he had the money and the resources use not impeded in any way and it came to the. For the fourth time to the same conclusion as everybody else is no evidence of Trump Russia collusion. And the fact that he had to be corrected and send out a correction and clarification after nine and a half minute press conference. Well, we were not able to because the Justice department policy to consider an indictment of the president, that was not factored in by him, and he had to correct himself made me think that somebody else wrote whatever it is. He was reading that day and that embarrass them, because then he had to make a clarification. And frankly, the attorney general bars, far as I'm concerned throw him a lifeline, the bail amount of the stupidity and the trouble that somebody probably like Andrew Weissmann government. So Nadler is now holding off on criminal, contempt charges. Now, if Nadler or any of these top Democrats, ever wanted, they can go over and see the unredacted Mullah report. The only thing they would not legally be allowed to see was the only thing they can't see which is one sentence in the mullahs report and seven partial sentences. That's it because they were. Referred to grand jury material and to force or try to force and pressure. An attorney general the chief long officer in the country divided late the law to accommodate whatever's sick political agenda, they have you cannot ask the attorney general of the United States to break the law. Now, they want some of the supporting materials released so there was some type of agreement that had been reached their between the House Judiciary committee. And so the criminal contempt thing is not going to happen, and that's not going forward, then all right? So they've been trying to call everybody back everybody that ready testified before the house committee for the bipartisan Senate committee and before Muller. Now, if you look at the amount of materials that were sent over, let's just start with the White House. The president allowed every single person that was Rick. Quested to testify before any of these committees. Meaning the house investigation. The bipartisan Senate investigation, then Muller's investigation every one that worked in the Trump White House. Not one person was told not to cooperate just the opposite. They were all given permission and encouraged to testify frankly, it was unprecedented that they even allowed the White House counsel at the time, Don Mcgann to testify before Muller for thirty hours. That's insanity. There's, there's got to be a line in the sand somewhere. They sent over one and a half million pages of documents of documents to the special counsel's office. You know, the not one time during this process that the president who had the right to invoke executive privilege, did he ever folk executive privilege, the Senate Intel had their own investigation, the house of their investigation, and they conducted scores of transcribed interviews. And by the way, we're waiting to get some of these closed door interviews release. We can know more about the deep state what happened and who did what when and where and who said, what when and where and you know, now watching these deep state actors all turn on each other's is getting interesting. So you've had all of all these investigations that have gone on repeatedly and they've come up with nothing and they're not gonna come up with anything. That's, that's the problem. And when you look at the law, as it is, as, as it is written, you know, there's only so many times that you're gonna cooperate before it becomes abuse of their power, and also a considerable cost of the people, the individuals that they want to ask, and the same questions over and over again, is no obligation. Secrecy may be imposed on any person. Except in accordance with rule six e to be, but unless these rules provide otherwise, but you know, if you look at times the Obamas used executive privilege, they used for fast and furious. Why did they why did they invoke executive privilege in the Justice department at the time released seven thousand six hundred pages of documents? But they didn't turn over their own records related to the agency's response to the fallout of the up operation. Okay, well, that resulted in a dead officer and many other dead people because the Obama administration foolishly handed out, guns cartel members and other criminal elements and they didn't even put serial numbers on it. And they didn't put tracking devices on it, and the committee's disatisfaction with the response promoted them to vote to hold then attorney general Eric Holder in contempt to congress and on the morning, June twelfth the vote Obama invoked executive privilege over the disputed documents marking, by the way, the first such assertion and his presidency. You know, in the case of releasing Cuban spies, the Obama restored relations with Cuba and a secret deal. And in that particular case, the Obama administration gave no notice the congress about the decision no justification for the release of Cuban spies again. They claimed executive privilege in the Benghazi case, same thing. The Obama administration refused. The house select Benghazi committee, subpoenaed emails between the two regarding Libya policy, and you had Bill Clinton. Well, he, he used executive privilege. Fourteen times asserting the Senate Whitewater investigation over notes kept by the White House counsel. Well, that's not what President Trump did allow Don Magana, testified thirty hours Clinton again. He asserted it before a congressional committee during the Travelgate investigation did the same thing over an F, B, I, DA drug enforcement memo, a certif- before congressional committee. The over Haiti and political Sassa nation documents. He asserted grand jury investigation involving communications with the White House counsel and private counsel for Hillary Clinton is certain during grand jury investigation of the secretary of agriculture is certain executive privilege for this chief of staff to claim privilege during the web Hubbell grand jury investigation. He asserted in the Lewinsky matter, he asserted it with the director of Oval Office operations in the Lewinsky matter is certified by White House. Aides sid vicious Blumenthal in the Lewinsky matter. He asserted it with White House counsel, Cheryl mills in the Lewinsky matter, and I can keep going on and on and on and Lois Lerner. The executive director of the exempt organizations unit of the IRS. Remember they were targeting conservative groups in appropriately. Tea party groups, in particular of Ben Rhodes was not allowed to testify on the Iran deal. They just simply refuse to testify learner refused to testify. Treasury officials blocked from testifying on ObamaCare subsidies. This happens all the time that nobody in the media is going to point any of this out. And now that bringing in their new big star witness. What why is John dean of Watergate fame, being brought in as a big witness banana, his zero specific knowledge, none whatsoever? He's a convicted felon is a disbarred attorney. You know, his is claim to fame now is that he he's supposedly flipped on former president Richard Nixon, but he did serve prison time for obstruction of Justice. And he's posted I what speak about the abuse of executive power, because he did it. And he became a central figure when after he approached prosecutors. He was hoping to get a deal and said he committed as White House counsel enact that, you know, was illegal. He was disbarred for his unethical unprofessional. Unwarranted conduct in the Watergate affair. That's according to the New York Times dean, moved on has no legal career. Now he's, he's hate all Republicans at all times. He said about George Bush. Oh, what Bush did is worse than Watergate and tactics of deception would end up doing more damage to the nation than Nixon is worse? He says the same thing about every Republican president. Now, he's saying the same thing about Donald Trump, he's even worse. The Nixon more dangerous than Nixon is no legal expertise. Disbarred lawyer. What wisdom does he have that he can impose on Nadler's committee? He's a massive manipulator, the special counsel at the time found nineteen material discrepancies between Howard Dean, John dean rather sworn testimony and White House recordings. So he lied at least nineteen times. So what is he going to bring to this investigation? Nothing all it is. A witch hunt and angry Democrats that can't can't fathom how they have blown it so bad, and they're great hopes in Robert Muller shattered as have their egos been shattered. Hey, listen, this just happened women Michigan. 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"general bar" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

13:17 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"We've got more problems issus trying to cross the border. Yeah. And some walls are immoral. Let's tear down all the walls Cording to Robert Francis. Beta bozo. And we'll hit that at the bottom of this half hour, we'll have an update, but I want to draw your attention to a column which has blockbuster when you get to the heart and soul of it of John Solomon investigative reporter and executive vice president of the hill because if you're called last week, we had the nine and a half minute press conference if you will, of Robert Muller and all of a sudden, the mullahs report never delivered. What the left was telling us he was going to deliver now. That's the fourth time now that investigations have come to the same conclusion, and that is no Russia conspiracy. No russia. Collusion of any type. No obstruction of Justice, and it was a huge massive letdown exposed what we've been saying. It's nothing but fake news conspiracy theories frauds. The news media, that has been sold lazy and fixated on being an extension of all, things extreme radical socialist democrat, you know, literally caught with their hands in the cookie jar running advance and advancing the lies advancing the hoax advancing, the conspiracy theory, anyway, so. Smaller gives us nine and a half minute speech and he says, well, we couldn't indict the president because of Justice department policy and the issue of whether a sitting president can or cannot be indicted, leaving a clear implication. Well, we might of mayo, we I can't say, but there's a possibility get when you look at the fact that those no underlying crime. The president was open in his criticisms of people like rod Rosenstein at times, and he'd fired Komi Komi deserved it. And he could've at anytime have fired Robert Muller himself onto article to legally he had the legal authority to fire Muller and there was severe conflicts of interest, the day before Muller became the special counsel, begging Donald Trump of the job as the FBI director, and then he got appointed by rod Rosenstein. Now is this prize? They've had conflicts in the past that golf club, the president owned still. Loans, but as a private citizen, so it gives us nine and a half minute speech. It's like manna from heaven, heavily waters now have been sent to every liberal news, media mob organization and Democrats on Capitol Hill. But it only lasts a couple of hours because there were multiple times multiple witnesses that heard Robert Muller say, just the opposite. In other words, that was not a consideration for his decision. He was never gonna make a decision on obstruction. It is going to present as the law requires what his findings are to the attorney general, is not the old independent counsel statute, this is now the special counsel statute, and then it would be up to the attorney general, to make a determination of any laws were broken. And in very short order the attorney general bar, the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, and the office of legal counsel concluded no obstruction. Muller himself. No collusion. That was done quickly, Muller's, the Muller issue is dead. But he had to make a clarification. And frankly my interpretation of it was that attorney general bar threw him a lifeline by allowing the special counsel's office to team with the attorney general, and put out a statement that no no, no. This is what he really meant a clarification because so many because he said the opposite. I got the feeling he didn't even read the draft. It seemed like it was written by somebody else. Anyway, now, the next step we're now, discovering, a lot of things in the so-called Mullah report are absolutely false. You know, it's literally breaking and his Kia surgeons in this document of his four hundred and forty eight pagers on that not accurate at all. You know, the, the report describes Paul manafort's Ukrainian business partner as a shady individual with ties to Russian intelligence. In other words, the Muller report wanted you to believe that the Trump campaign was essentially embed with a Russian spy, John Solomon breaks, the story. And what do we find out that we knew, total Bs and manafort's business partner was actually a sensitive intelligence source, but for the US State Department, and how and why team Muller purposely deceived, the we the people is beyond my imagination. It's probably likely one of the reasons Muller doesn't dare want to go before Nadler's committee and face Jim Jordan, and Mark meadows. In fact, in this case, the guy had visited the US twice in two thousand sixteen to meet with State Department officials he regularly met with the chief political officer inside the US embassy in Kiev and Muller had access to all that information, which means that they this was premeditated line. And yet, he cast a dark shadow on this individual and it. To present this person as an affair is actor tied to Russia. It wasn't true. And the very same plan, by the way, that was given to the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen Ukrainian peace plan. Well, that was presented to the Obama administration. Well, that context should have been in the mullahs report also because Muller's team knew it. So the another example of outright, deception and just the latest what is pretty disturbing pattern. I mean, the separately, edited transcript from the former Trump attorney John Dowd during a privilege routine call. Remember in the case that a joint defense agreement with general Flynn and Muller conveniently leaves out, John Dowd statement that his request is for communication was not only for the president before the country, and that he was not asking for any confidential information, which was the exact opposite of what the Muller team portrayed and. In other words, skull, Potosi evidence was ripped right out of it, which is classic. Andrew weissmann. If you read licensed, the lie, by Sydney Powell, and you can't forget all that, and not come to a conclusion is that they purposely wrote this report, withholding knowledge, altering knowledge, just to make it look as bad as they could John Solomon, broke the stories with us now there's no way they didn't know what they were doing John because this was this was easily found out by them. Listen, what I have is actually a section of the mother teams files either, actually Robert Muller's file include FBI interviews. The Robert mother team did with State Department officials, who in worked on a daily basis with this Manafort, partner named Constantine clinic, I have the cables in the emails in which State Department officials on a daily basis, relayed valuable intelligence that came in from Mr. clinic to the embassador at the State Department, at the Ukraine embassy in Cav to officials in Washington and among themselves, and I have all the emails that, that Mr. clinic sent to his handlers, the State Department and he wasn't just dealing with any old person of the State Department. He dealt with the deputy chief of mission, and the two chief political officers for the embassy. So he was such a valued asset that he was handled at the highest of State Department in one of the things that are in the documents really clear, the State Department officials told the F B I they made a conscious effort. Never to put Mr. clinics name in any cables for fear that we leaked would get a hold of him. And his identity is a secret source of the United States, government would be compromised. So that was all sitting in Muller's files, no doubt about it confirmed by interviews by the markings on the documents, Robert Muller had that side of Constantine, committed life nail down and for reasons that I don't understand, and I have not been able to ascertain to reporting Robert Muller chose to portray concentrating communiqu as a Russian synthesis. Somebody who had connections to the Russian intelligence group and the Russian intelligence services, without telling this entire other story, and I think that it deserves the public if the goal, the Muller report was to get transparency, the failure to mention this vast body of evidence at portrays clinic, and very different light, trusted by the United States government giving valuable information. Doesn't the same thing exists. Now, we know that Carter page was an American asset that he worked for the intelligence communities. It's not. I mean I asked them straight up and he said, well, it's out there. Yeah, I was working for our side. Yeah. When that was in March of sixteen as recently as March twenty sixteen just as he was joining the Trump campaign. It is now been verified by the FBI documents obtained and others that Carter page was working to help the FBI bring a case against a Russian mobsters. So all of these missing elements, always have a common pattern the common pattern. Is they make the person close to Trump look, dirtier, kosher to rush more problematic than the actual evidence. And let me give you one example, from the constitution committee documents that just gives a sense of how misleading by omission. The mullahs report is the mother report does a big makes a big deal out of the fact that Constantine committed in August of twenty sixteen came to New York. That's the sign. He's not a Russian spy because he was a Russian spy. We wouldn't have given a visa he gets in the country. He drops off a peace plan to try to settle the Russia Ukraine crisis in Crimea. And the Mahler says, oh my gosh. This is an example of him doing the Russians bidding and trying to influence Trump and get Trump involved in this matter. There's only one problem with that story. If you go to the FBI documents and, and the cables, and the State Department memos that, Bob, mother possessed and is ins communiqu, I ever, the peace plan to the Obama administration four months before he gave it to Trump. So he gave it to both parties. And how did the Obama administration, reactive State Department official thanked him seems very valuable information where noodling it over, if you have that part of the report, all of, and your knew that part of Constantine, communiqu you'd go? Well, why am I worried about the contact with Donald Trump? It sounds like he was trying to get everybody aboard an insolvent the Ukraine crisis all of that. So mid, and it's always a minute to the negativity of the Trump campaign, the portrayal of the negative. Give of the Trump campaign is always more negative, when there's an omission here. I think the American public have to ask why. Well, I mean, you, you literally looked at hundreds of pages of government documents that we know that Robert Mueller possess since twenty eighteen and they knew the, the demarcation, they knew the sensitive intelligence source that guy Camilla and, you know, they know they're aware that he worked for the State Department and who informed on matters involving Ukrainian and Russia, and it was such an incomplete and deceptive portrayal of, of such an important person in, and they use it in this overall narrative to me, there's only one conclusion is they wanted it to be interpreted the wrong way, and they purposely wrote it to be interpreted the wrong way. And I honestly think it just shows. And by the way, there's a pullout out that confirms this half of Americans now believe the Trump was a wick. Victim of a witch-hunt and, and also confirms my belief that Robert Muller does not wanna testify, and I don't think he will testify because I don't think he can sustain the questioning of Jim Jordan, more meadows and company. But it'll be I think Ken Starr said on your show last night. He would be a travesty for the American public. If mother got away and didn't answer these very seminal questions, I go to the credibility of his investigation, the credibility of his findings and the honesty of the work that he said, I remember something can said last night. Judge star said on your show. It was very important. He said when Bob Muller made that nine point statement, he emphasized that this investigation was built on the integrity of good people who work with him that integrity is now in question that work is now in question why wouldn't Bob mother common answer the questions that would allow us to ascend can't? Well, why hired these people? He can't answered when he knew those no collusion. He can't answer. Why such a bias team? He can't answer questions. Like why did you have time for taxi medallions and Farah violations, but not Hillary's dirty Russian dossier or stay right there. John Solomon investigative reporter executive vice president for the hill. He wrote another column with ten questions for Hillary. We'll get to that as we continue, and yeah, I sys down at the border. This is real and will get an update on that situation. Also this hour as we continue..

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"general bar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And during the convocation ceremony thrash replaced political causes at the center of the university's mission. This is what we are called to do. He said, this is our NYU legacy that we are connected in radical love. Thrasher. Previously received his bachelor's degree in dramatic writing and film TV production from NYU in the interim, I want you listen to me, he worked as a journalist and at NBC Saturday Night Live. He worked as a journalist at an NBC Saturday Night Live. Exactly what I'm explaining in the book on freedom of the press. It's incredible. Isn't it? Let's go to somebody who's actually saying. You know this attorney general bar. Is so good. He's just so good. I'm I could not be more proud of this man. And he's speaking the American law institute the other day, and he said, some very profound things. And since you're not gonna hear this on TV. I wanna play some of this for you tonight. No better than on this show with this stuff really matters to all of us, doesn't it? Cut one go these days, clashes between congress and the executive steal the headlines as I know very well. But clashes between the traditionally and the political branches are also very weighty. And while the framers had concerns about the unelected judiciary encroaching on the prerogatives of the political branches Hamilton promised in the federalist seventy eight that the least democratic branch would also be the least dangerous branch because courts have quote, no influence over you the sword or the purse neither force nor will, but merely judgment. Today that assurance doesn't instill much confidence. We have seen over time in expansion of judicial willingness to review executive action, and then combine that with the strategies of sophisticated public interest lawyers on the growing use of nationwide injunctions, and legal community in the broader public should be more concerned, particularly about this trend of nationwide injunctions, where one federal district judge can reverse the president's decision reverse even congress and impose his or her will throughout the country. That's new. The of nature of doing this new, there's seven or eight hundred of these judges. Cut to go to district judges in California, New York, nevertheless, issued nationwide. Injunctions against the recision. That is a -ffective -ly requiring the government to reinstate the not enforcement policy in Dhaka notwithstanding. The president contrary exercise of discretion. Appeals have been ongoing for nearly two years and a half, but the injunctions remained in place. This saga highlights number of troubling consequences. Of the rise of nationwide. And Jones, I these injunctions have frustrated presidential policy for most of the president's term with no clear and incite. We're more than halfway through the president's term and the administration is not gonna able to rescind the signature immigration initiative of the previous administration, even though it rests entirely on executive discretion. The Justice department has tried for more than a year to get the supreme court to review, the lower court decisions ordering us to keep doc in place..

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"general bar" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:11 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"They're, they're just terrible. They're mean we don't have the same. Amount of abortions that we did just fifteen twenty two twenty years ago, even ten years ago. It's gone down exponentially. And if you're a woman who was able to get out of bed open your eyes, and like tweet and text. And, and send emails, you can figure out how to go get some birth control. I mean it's readily available today, and I will not go back to the days. We'll rush got trouble. But, you know, I'll say listen, you're a college student, and you're being offered monthly a birth control for twenty dollars a pop no pun intended. But I gotta tell you, it's, it's really I'm nervous about the culture war heading into this aspect, then you have GOP Representative jumping on the president the few days ago, saying that you'll hear my reasons why, and he's a Michigan guy, so that's the jumped out to be. And I've been looking at the reaction to the mullahs report over the last few weeks. And I was on the air. When the bar summary of that report came out. And again, you know, I was watching Chris Wallace today. I love him. I think he's a great news guy, and I, but I think he's, he's decided to pick a side heading into this election because I was watching Fox News. Sunday with Chris Wallace this morning. And they're talking about the, the immigration deal the immigration deal that the president came up with this week, which is, I think a very comprehensive plan does have a prayer in hell of getting voted on and which only exposes the Democrats for who they are. And they are a militant left-wing. Secular progressive communist movement. Now. No doubt about it. And I never used to use radical language like that. But it's no longer radical. It's the truth. And we have people standing up and saying, well, the this is not gonna move. I I'm Nancy look at these. I looked down, and I pay good money for these just look at that door. Everything else. It's bizarre. And then you have this Representative. I've looked at the case looked at the summary rate of a good deal of the mullahs report, not going to sit here lies there, read the whole thing I did not. But people are suggesting that Mr. Muller wrote this thing to be a trail to offer a pathway to impeachment. No, it's not this, this report does not belong to the American people does not belong to the congress, it the long to Robert Muller, who turned it over to the attorney general who sold dominion over. This report. And it's getting to the to the, the final product. There was a lot of cooperation on the part of President Trump and his entire team. How many lawyers did I hear hearsay yet? He cooperated too much. He offered too much information documentation and cooperation with the staff, the White House attorney, and again, we'll move into the conversation about James me today man he is flipping out, but this was not a report prepared for the congress. This is a report prepared to find out whether or not there was collusion with the with the campaign, and then obviously post inauguration was the son of some sort of untold behavior, by the administration. If Robert Mueller had something after seeing some of the back and forth, and then he, you know, it's, it's the voltage that Robert Mueller coal the following day and said to Joe while we're not happy with the reputation. Attorney general bar was working with Muller and his staff on the summary work with rod Rosenstein on the summary. If you're too cowardly to come to a legal decision if you're too inept with your dozens of turn as with your dozens of FBI agents forensic, accounting accountants, and IT experts and you, you can't examine. But it's not really. Sure. But it's acutely report. No, it's not. We paid thirty million dollars and between thirty and forty million people saying, I'll err on the side of thirty million, we paid thirty million dollars for that army for that battalion of professionals law enforcement, legal IT. We paid all that money to really really not sure he that doesn't fly with me. In my world. If we were assigned a case, we worked, the case, if we had any questions about that case, we would certainly call the as and talk to them. Let them know what we had I always add on the side of safety didn't want to jam myself up for the sake of so much and I called idea, this is what we got this where we're at. And, and, you know, I great as we got to work with it will phenomenal. You know, you just you don't come up with exonerating anybody. If you're a prosecutor today that's not what you do. And if you've got a grand jury system, which the that was available to the Muller team. We all know that. And how many referrals went to Virginia and New York in both the respective federal districts? You. You weren't that exonerated. But what the hell is that language? And if I was Boris, this is ridiculous. You need to take this back in. And give me a definitive answer. Either way, if you want to indict, we don't have to indict in public, you could seal the indictment and made make it subject. Number one. Everybody's talking about the office of legal. Oh, god. Oh, well, see, I think it's the all say they had an opinion in two thousand and their opinion said in two thousand that you need to not indicted, sitting president, it'll disrupt don't want. Let's say the president takes gonna whack somebody. What are you going to do? Well, we can't indict them. But BS I don't care which party is in office, by the way, if somebody commits overt felony or a high crime and misdemeanor while in office. Guess what if you want to wait till he's done? That's fine. Gimme a sealed indictment would subject number one. That's all you don't have to say he'll, it is. And you keep the indictment seal till after that done. I personally believe you've got a high crime in a misdemeanor that politically, any democrat or Republican would use their brains and just resign at that, at that moment, which would I mean, if it's an overt felony and the world knows it. They're going to resign. That's, that's just fact. But the way these things are described and they're portrayed in their laid out. And Chris Wallace man. He he caught my ear today. And again, I'm a fan of Chris Wallace. I'm a fan. He's a good news guy. Great debate moderator as well. Shepard Smith is a good news guy. Really good news guy. But it's no secret. Call me crazy. It's no secret on think chef is a chef was a fan of President Trump. I get that. I don't think Chris Wallace said he fan of President Trump and you could tell by his questioning between the Republicans and the Democrats on his set, but he was what he said today. That really flipped me up. They will wrapping up the immigration conversation towards the end of end of that segment. And he slips in at the end, you have a lot of GOP members who don't want legal immigration to this country either. And he just moved creek, very rapidly moved onto another subject. Now, I worked with a lawyer like that, who is classic for that. And, and it's they just throw it in and move onto the next thing, I'm like, okay. And I got this very definitive feeling in a lot of the news, folks to say enough is enough. We can't we hate this guy, and we're going to help along the way, and I just I feel bad about that. Because it's a again to the guys, I mentioned a great news guys. And, and curses, a great interviewer moderator and what he's reporting a hard, solid news. I think he's one of the best so ship. I shop and it's but a lot of people getting very concerned about this. If you wanna give us a call today, it's.

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"general bar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We have no choice attorney general bar. Having proved himself to be the personal attorney to President Trump rather than the attorney general of the United States White house. Meanwhile, defended its actions, given what it called Nadler's blatant abuse of power. California's governor is leading charge to ban contentious pesticide widely used in agriculture capital. Public radio's truly Mitch reports. The federal government was set to do so nationwide. But change course under President Trump farmers. Use Corp fos to help grow almonds. Citrus grapes. And walnuts, but research has shown the insecticide can have harmful brain affects children made a Chandra of the pesticide action network says the ban is overdue. We are happy that this step was taken. We just hope that the cancellation process moves rapidly and his son prohibitive the ban could go into effect in California in his little as six months, but if manufacturers appeal the process could take two years, many, farmers fear. This will drive up their costs of growing. Food in California. They're asking for what they call affective and realistic strategies to fight pests and diseases for NPR news. I'm Julia Mitch in Sacramento. Unofficial election results showed Denver is the first city in the nation to effectively decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms in Colorado member station reporter Esther Hoenig reports the ballot measure clutch dislike majority on Tuesday night. The grassroots ballot initiative seemed likely to fail but the latest vote count shows. People voted fifty point fifty six percent in favor of the ordinance campaign director. Kevin Matthews says he was overwhelmed with emotion. The final results are victory is a clear signal to the rest of the country that Americans are ready for a conversation around civil side. And and especially that no person deserves to be criminalised for using a mushroom. The ordinance does not legalize so-called magic mushrooms. But makes it all twenty one or older who are in possession of philosophical, mushrooms. A low priority for Denver police for NPR news. I'm Esther Hoenig a mixed close. On Wall Street today. The Dow was up two points to twenty five thousand nine hundred sixty seven the NASDAQ closed down twenty points. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Lance lucky as you've been hearing on WNYC, the House Judiciary committee voted to hold attorney general William bar in contempt of congress. After the Justice department rejected demands to turn over the unredacted Muller report and underlying evidence. But even as Democrats accused President Trump of precipitating, a constitutional crisis. They are not any closer to beginning impeachment proceedings. Your congressman Hakeem Jeffries is head of the House Democratic caucus a piece mint is not off the table impeachment is not on the table is not an issue that we're focused on right now we wanna get through this contempt proceeding and then decide what's appropriate from there. The contempt resolution against bar now moves to the full house. If passed it would likely lead to a long court battle. Two adults and four children lost their lives today when a fire broke out in their apartment in Harlem, WNYC's, Morella ivory has more. The deadly fire was likely an.

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07:25 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"General bar suspicion to skip. Today's hearing before the House Judiciary committee one day after appearing for five hours before the Republican controlled Senate Judiciary committee. This is democratic congressman Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary committee, offering his opening remarks to packed hearing room that included an empty witnessing. Welcome everyone to today's hearing on oversight of the US department of Justice report by special counsel. Robert Moses third on the investigation into Russian interference in two thousand sixteen presidential election and related matters. I will never guys myself an opening statement attorney general bar as informed us that he will not appear today, although we works to accommodate his concerns objects to the prospect of answering questions by staff council into the possibility that we may go into executive session to discuss certain says. Topics given the attorney general's lack of candidate before other congressional committees. I believe my colleagues, and I were right to insist on the extended questioning to my knowledge, not even the ranking member was opposed to the idea of moving into closed session if necessary, but even if Democrats and Republicans disagree on the format of this hearing, we must come together. To protect the integrity of this chamber administration may not dictate the terms of hearing in this hearing room, the challenge we face is bigger than a single witness late last night, the department of Justice wrote to inform us that they will ignore our subpoena for the unredacted, Molly report and the underlying evidence. They have made no meaningful attempt to edit commentating that subpoena which was due yesterday. The letter references the attorney general's offer to twelve members of congress twelve out of four hundred thirty five to look behind some. But not all the reductions provided that we agree. Not to discuss what we see with our colleagues and that we leave our notes behind the department of Justice. It is urgent that we see the documents. We have subpoenaed, but I cannot agree to conditions through vent me from discussing the report with my colleagues, and that event the house acting on the full report in any meaningful way. Day, and it kinda Dacian designed to prevent us from taking official action is no accommodation at all. Every member this committee, democrat and Republican alike should understand the consequences when the executive branch tells us that they will simply ignore a lawful subpoena from congress if left unchecked this active, obstruction will make them it's hard for us to hold the executive branch accountable for waste fraud and abuse or to enact legislation to curb that kind of his conduct or any kind of his conduct no matter which party holds this chamber or the White House given moment challenge we face is also bigger than the mullahs report. If all we knew about President Trump were contained in the four corners of that report. It would be good reason to question his fitness for office. But the report is not where the story ends in the days since the department of Justice released redacted version of the report, President Trump is told congress that he plans to fight all of our subpoenas. The average person is not free to ignore. A congressional sub. Subpoena, nor is the president his premise to obstruct. I work extends far beyond his context with the Russian government and allegations of -struction of Justice. The president is also prevent us. From obtaining information about voting rights ACA, litigation and his cruel family separation policy. Among other matters. The challenge we face is also not limited to this committee in recent weeks administration. Witnesses of simply failed to show for properly noticed depositions secretary of the treasury continues to ignore is clear statutory obligation to produce the president's tax returns, the president's private attorneys sued chairman Cummings in his personal capacity in an attempt to block the release of certain financial documents, ladies and gentlemen. The challenge we face is that the president of the United States wants desperately to prevent congress. A Coequal branch of government. From providing any check whatsoever to even his most reckless decisions is trying to rent a congress and nerd as a separate and Coequal branch of government. The challenge faces that if we don't stand up together today, we risk forever losing the power to stand up to any president in the future. Very system of government of the United States. The system of limited power system of not having a president as a dictator is very much at stake. Eternity. General. The United States is sworn up the constitution as nations chief law enforcement officer. He has an abrogation to do everything in his power to warn the president of the damage, he risks and the liability assumes by directly threatening our system of checks and balances and of limited government, sadly, the attorney general's failed in that responsibility. He has failed to check the presence where instincts is not only misrepresented the findings of the special counsel. He has failed to protect special counsel's investigation from unfair political attacks. He has himself unfairly attack the special counsel's investigation. He has failed the men and women of the department of Justice by placing the needs of the president over the fair administration of Justice is even failed to show up today. Yes, we will continue to negotiate for access to the full report for another couple of days. And yes, we will have no choice, but to move quickly to hold the attorney general in. If he stalls failed to negotiate in good faith, but the attorney general must make choice. Every one of us must make the same choice choice is now in Gatien of our office. The choices simple we can stand up to this president and defensive country, and the constitution and the liberty. We love we can let the moment pass by. I do not and we have seen in other countries. What happens when you Lau such moments the best buy I do not know what attorney general bar will choose. I do not know what my Republican colleagues. We'll choose. But I am certain that there is no way forward for this country. That does not include a reckoning with this clear and present danger to our constitutional order history will judge for how we face this challenge. We will all be held accountable in one way or the other. And if he does not provide this committee with the information at demands and. The respect it deserves Mr. bars moment of accountability will come soon enough. Speaking earlier today Jerrold Nadler, delivering his opening remarks at a hearing that attorney general William bar declined to attend following Nadler's remarks committee ranking member Doug Collins offered his opening statement. Thank you. Mr. Let's be very clear. There's only one reason and one reason only at this.

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"general bar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Attorney general bars supposed to testify at the house on Thursday. But he doesn't like the way Democrats want to question him. Fox's John decker live at the White House is warning if he's questioned by committee lawyers in addition to rounds of questioning by lawmakers as well as proposed closed door session. He won't show up to Thursday's hearing on the mullahs report, if our doesn't comply judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler said the committee will have to subpoena him President Trump meanwhile on the FOX business network says bar should answer. Another set of questions added the start. How could things like this happen to our country? It was the big job. Democrats continue to seek answers about possible. Obstruction of Justice charges against President Trump. Dave Jonathan Powell California. Vigil for Lori Gilbert, k the woman murdered in Saturday's synagogue shooting. Shielding her rabbi from the bullets or funeral today. Laurie took the bullet for all of us. She died to protect all of us. Rabbi Israel, Goldstein was shot in the hand of finger was blown off the suspected gunman's in custody nineteen year old John Ernest. Investigators believe he posted an anti Jewish manifesto online before the shooting. A memorial here grew with flowers and prayers also more details emerging an off-duty border patrol agent Jonathan Morales. Join Stewart in chasing Ernest into the parking lot firing five shots, not from his service revolver, but from gun that was hidden inside the synagogue specifically for law enforcement member boxes, William Washington outside this country Lanka the president's imposing an emergency law. Eight days after the Easter suicide bombings killed more than two hundred and fifty people the law bans face coverings in public affecting Muslim can wear full face veils Americans row buying more and more. Consumer spending surged nearly one percent as the biggest increase in nearly ten.

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"general bar" Discussed on WSB-AM

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Right there. He attorney general bar made the determination along with the office of legal counsel, along with attorney deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, Amoah people not with any consideration over the question of whether you can or cannot the evidence did not rise. But you wanna talk about any other person any Christian Saucier took six pictures inside a submarine. Green violated the espionage act. Never shared those pictures with anybody was just pride of where he worked for the navy in a submarine and got a year in jail the espionage act, and that was our underlying crime. Do any of you do think other people that have subpoenaed emails Hillary thirty three thousand yet delete them y- acid wash their hard drive with bleach pit, and you bust up your devices innate does with a hammer in case, there's any emails on them. And you take out the sim cards is it after you have top secret classified information on a server. The you told your own staff in the State Department never to do or have its violation a law. Breaking news. I I this is w SP twenty four hour continuing to three thirty good afternoon. I'm Chris Chandler live WSB twenty four hour news center. Good chance you're tuning in here to hear about the presidential motorcade where it is whether you should leave work or not Doug Turnbull. The good news today. Didn't take long. Absolutely. Chris did not take long at all. They got cleared out of here really before the three o'clock hour. So the downtown connector is recovering. It put extra people to eighty five. And that's why I think we have some trouble that at times is.

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"general bar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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11:02 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That well, I think the Aurora shooter may have been someone who got that default that default sale that you know, that it was sold to them after the three day period. So it does occasionally happen. Occasionally, didn't you mention two thousand six thousand shooters. In other words, it does sometimes happen that somebody does support extending the time period, I've had an interaction with so many people in law enforcement, and in many cases, three days shot just not enough. Do you support extending the time periods? No. I think that that puts a burden on a lot of people maybe buying a gun that shouldn't have a gun is that what you're saying? When you're saying it puts a burden on a lot of I think that put a burden on those who are doing the investigation. Then I wouldn't let the emphasis I would put the emphasis on getting accurate records put into the system, and and make sure that we're getting all the records into the system. I think a far bigger problem is the is the problem of of mental health that is another elephant in the room. That's where all these school shootings are arising from. And we have to figure out a way of upgrading the Knicks system. So it actually helps us to detect people with mental illness that should not have have guns. And I think we should be investing in next. The accuracy of the records the obligations of states to put those records into the system and make that a stronger. A stronger system when that we can rely on. That's where I would put the effort. I'm not sure what you mean by still in the system. In other words, if. When if your colleagues was doing a study and looking at a background check and said, I need three days. Hugh, feel that person should have three more days. Two more days. Six days, isn't it? More important to get a good thorough background check. Then limiting the office to three days. And what I was saying is that the better job. We do have getting the records into the system we won't have those three day that that the level of a three day defaults sale. I mean, you mentioned sometimes federal agencies or not putting the appropriate records in as we saw with the air force situation. Sometimes state agencies are not putting the records in. So there are gaps in the records that may go on a farm important thing to me onto the next question. I do hope we can continue this conversation and other town to preparations committee, chairman Nita Lowey questioning attorney general William bar. You have referred to the violence against women act as a bad idea and not in a legitimate interests. If the federal government these are investments that fund services for victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault that many of my constituents, including those trapped in cycles of domestic violence and looking for a way out rely on under a public latest ship in the previous congress, maybe I'll just wait a minute and authorization of the violence against women act was allowed to expire despite BI partisan support thankfully last week. The reauthorization passed the house again with partisan support during your confirmation hearing, you change position and supported thou was programs pledging to familiarize yourself with your offices work and it's program. I was surprised to hear that. So I'd be interested in knowing whether you support the reauthorization of our and do you support the house? Pass reauthorization Bill. I do I do support the reauthorization of violence against women act. I'm not sure about the house Bill and what Senate, but I do support the reauthorization of that provision. Let me say that. To the extent I said something against violence against women statute. I believe that that was in the context of it. When originally came up. Two and a half decades ago thirty years ago somewhere in that range, and what I said was that in that point? It was a substantive law relating to the penalty federalizing certain acts of violence against women. And that was eventually struck down is not having sufficient commerce clause basis. I think that's what my concern with the violence against women's act was many many years ago that different kind of act I fully support what we're doing right now on violence against women. Thank you very much. And I'm delighted that you support the current actions. And I'm glad to know that there was good partisan support for the Bill. Thank you, sir. Israeli. Attorney general bar. I'm into an earlier in my questions about sex and human trafficking about the coordination between state and local law enforcement, and how important that is in combatting a number of different areas of crime. And I wanted you to address if he would they? Overall reduction of state and local law enforcement activities grant programs the amount of five hundred and eighty three million right? Well, I think part of that a big chunk of that is the reduction in the cops grant program which was. In a three hundred millions and we're putting it down to ninety nine million. But the ninety nine million does cover the hiring part of the cops grant program. So that translates into continued hiring of state and local law enforcement officers the rationale for not funding. The rest of cops is that that is really we feel addressed in the funding that goes to. The federal opioid task forces and other task forces that the states can participate on and get in and get paid by the federal government, but they are part of a federal state who operative task force. So it's really reorienting the spending toward those joint task forces versus funding purely state task task forces Li I don't know if you have something to add on it about the other grant money right on the other grant money there. The apparent reductions in the twenty twenty requests one reason to grant dollars smaller is that the office of violence against women is proposed to be moved into mandatory funding account where we think it can ensure that there's available money for violence against women programs the four hundred ninety three million dollars we have for violence against women programs. There's also a adjustment to the crime victims. Money the obligation limit. There goes down by about a billion dollars over the last two years. That's an area that's received eight billion and it's receive ten billion over the last three years. So overall, we still have over four point three billion dollars in grant programs proposing this budget, the attorney general talked about the impact on on cops. But four point three billion dollars is what we're looking for your help on and supporting this year's budget. It's just into Torney general Lee Loftus. The area that I represent is home to a large number of retirees. I'm increasingly concerned about the elderly being taken advantage of bats scammers and common, especially given the rise of technology and social media. So I'm sure you're aware of this problem that the question is why are you doing about it? And again as always what deficiencies may exist. That you need more resources to help right? In the area of fraud. It's such a vast area of law enforcement that I have always felt it's important to focus on the sleeping giants. And when I was general last time it was health care for what? And that was in fact, the sleeping giant this time. I'm trying to focus on elder fraud, which is is suddenly awoken into into a major area of criminality. It rises because of a concave nation of events, including the, you know, the baby boomers of the larger elder population and the internet new technologies and some of the increase loneliness that many elder people, unfortunately experience later in life, and this mushroomed as I think anyone who phone rings over the weekend with these scammers knows more. And more of these scams are coming along. We have a major effort in this area. We have an elder. We have have one person in the department in the deputies office focused on elder care enforcement and the task forces that are being set up to deal with that in March. We had a big national sweep where we indicted two hundred defendants involved in these various scams. A lot of these scams are perpetrated with wholly within United States. But increasingly they are actually operated by international criminal organizations. A lot of them come out of India. There are signs that organized crime. Not look closer now strip at other kinds of global organized crime or getting into these areas, they are so lucrative and the losses are substantial and people, you know, this is a population that doesn't have a runway to recover when they lose their life savings. So. We are ratcheting up the effort that we've had two annual sweeps with tremendous results. But. I have set up a strike force to go after the large organized criminal organizations that we think are behind this. Thank you. And thank you again for being here. Mr Chairman, I you back. All right. It was chairman attorney general bar. I'd like to finish up our discussion of the healthcare law. Our Republican colleagues in the Senate, and in particular, Senator McConnell. Have made it clear that they have no intention of. Introducing let alone passing a new healthcare law a new healthcare plan for at least the next two years democrat, Matt Cartwright, and apparently that that view has been prevailed upon the White House and the president has accepted it. The question.

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WTMJ 620

06:58 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Are joined by Colin Ross GM j Adams versus Roth. Alright. So let's chew up. This mother report. Actually, it's not the report yet because we haven't seen all four hundred pages or so of this thing, but we have a summary from the attorney general bar that now Democrats who got their hand slapped thrall the crazy conspiracy collusion stories that they peddled for a while. Now are saying well, we have to see this report were demanding to see this report and literally saying demand. What do you make of this the latest piece of this storyline? Well, I don't think they are peddling crazy conspiracies. I think they were asking the right questions. And and you don't think of shift goes a little too far. And so I actually don't I think what we need to see is the full report. I mean, many dropped the word treason. Which is a crime punishable by death. So let's let's read the full report. It's been proudest to us the American people, we're the ones who paid for the darn thing we deserve to read the whole thing. There's a report this week. Evidently from one of the Muller staffers that says the bars summer he was not accurate. Don't you think mother would at this point because he's done it before? And a couple of cages would clarify the record. If there were if there clearly was some consternation there that he has an office right now to do that. But also a lot of this stuff is classified and he's hamstrung by his overseers at DOJ. So let's let's let's clear the air. So we all agree. That report should be public. Correct. Yeah. Okay. So democrat, I think Bill bars said by mid April it'll be at congress. Right. So probably some redacted version, but some bigger more comprehensive version, April fifth right now, I think I think Muller and embar have been friends for a long time. I wouldn't assume that attorney general bar would do anything that would. Would make the reputation of Robert Muller. Look anything less than a guy. That's a stand up guy. That was frankly, very qualified to do the the investigation. So I don't know that this drama. That's now being portrayed in the national media is actually factual. I think he's doing what he's supposed to do which is to redact when it's appropriate to delete when when he has to because of legal requirements with grand jury testimony and the like potentially some names it takes time. Why are we in such a rush? Always we're going to get to see the report at some points. What why is a wire Americans in Russia? I think that's an our character. No. I think there's a lot of these questions that we've been waiting and waiting waiting since before the election in two thousand sixteen to shed some light on and he did a very thorough job. I mean, he's subpoenaed thousands of records. He he had a tens of dozens of people sit before the grand jury. We wanna know what actually happened it. It just seems a little suspicious. You know, he comes out with this. Four page summary within seventy two hours of receiving the report, and then it takes three or four weeks to do these reactions. It just seems fishy and it's been characterizes as not being an accurate by some people after the picture of what mother said her mother would have stepped up and said pretty close if he was generally concerned about it. He's not gonna step on those toes at this point. That's not his duty Colin made a great point during the break. You could get twenty Wisconsin nights in a room. We can figure this stuff doesn't I talked about politics. I don't talk about it exclusively. But it's you know, it's a part of every show every day that we do on WTMJ. Don't you think that some of this is just we love to chew on this stuff to the point where it's more about the conversation than the actual results, which is generally how most jobs most performance is is judge we just love to debate. And we don't necessarily spend as much time worrying about the results. That's true. And with regard to the other thing, I think we're I do hope we'll see it. I don't deny that. There may be some things that are damaging to the president in there. I fully anticipate that, but I do think it should be public. And I trust attorney general bar that that these things did not rise to the level of a crime. And we can have a debate on that. But going back further. I mean, what you said about, you know, I I do think that the American people by and large not as far apart as their elected officials, and and and at the incentives of our system are not broken because we have an electoral college or not broken because we have separation of powers and were small our Republican form of government. They're broken. Because a lot of the incentives are bad that things are driven by the fringes and many end allowed us voices. You know, many cases we'd like to see we have to change the incentives a little bit, and it's really really difficult, but we have to have to let our our elected officials know that it's okay to stand up for your own branch of government. It's okay to get in a room and discuss things and come up with compromises a lot of times. We don't allow that. I'll give you a classic example. So I had twenty years in studio for an hour a couple of weeks ago, and I invited Lisa the judge new bar in as well. And I got these Texas wine the world, would you invite the governor, and I responded to him, and I don't always respond go because he's the governor of our states, you want to know what the governor says, let's put him in a chair that you're sitting in currently, Dan. Let's ask them the questions. It shouldn't be that. Controversial. But yet it is. Yeah. When did we become such snowflakes where even just hearing the other side's opinion? Unvarnished in not through the scope of some Facebook mean or group that already shares are disposition becomes offensive. I mean is really kind of sad you can distill. What these these elected officials say by thirty second soundbite or you can have him sit for an hour, an answer fair, honest questions. And also that debate is a chance to test out your ideas too. It's not something to go, Dan. And I don't come in here looking to own one another defeat when another. We may joke about that. Media post would say we may we may joke about that. But that's not the reality. The reality is is we can disagree with one another. We can debate ideas, and we can still be friends, and we can have that exchange, and I like to think that week after week we're actually a little bit sharper and a little bit better as as a part of it. I think so much of that is lost in our country. Where people aren't having those conversations. What is that? I was just gonna make a joke. But no that's completely right? I mean, there's this new book out by Arthur Brooks that I'm reading love, thy enemies. And really it's it comes down to we have to stop with the disdain politics and the eye rolling. And the other side is always evil. It's not it's not evil to have a different point of view about taxation or regulation or or public policy. It's just a different point of view. Why is Americans? Are we always pitting each other as enemy tribes? Instead of other Americans to be persuaded love that solving the problems of world every Friday nine fifty right WTMJ more than next.

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"general bar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on KTOK

"General bar and a letter to leaders of the house and Senate Judiciary committee's said that he will consult with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein and special counsel Mueller to determine what information from the report can be released to congress and the public bar also said he may make principal conclusions of the report available to congress as soon as this weekend at the White House, Jon decker, Fox News. Oklahoma City police now have arrested three suspects in the death of a man whose body was found inside his house in southwest Oklahoma City last month and all three suspects are teenagers. Fourteen year old Christopher Gigiri and fifteen year old Alexander road were arrested last night in Oklahoma City on burglary and murder charges. And then a third suspect. Seventeen year old Kobe LeBlanc was arrested in Moscow. He he has been returned now to Oklahoma City and a woman is dead after a shooting in south west Canadian county sheriff Chris west says it all went down very quickly last night. He says two vehicles. Came to a location about six miles southeast of Hinton and shots were fired. And the woman who was a passenger in one of the vehicles was shot and killed sheriff west says two suspects are in custody, and they have recovered with a believe was the murder weapon. He says they are still trying to figure out exactly what happened and why and it's a disheartening site at the state capital. Some of the trees that were planted years ago in memory of the Oklahoma City bombing victims have had to be cut down Shelley's them wall with a state office of management and enterprise services tells news for there is a gas leak underground the entire well has to be dug up and removed..

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"general bar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Continue with Carter page. Why wouldn't you want? Everybody involved in illegal surveillance view. Why wouldn't they be a target on the lawsuit a civil suit by you? Well, I think you know, it's it's still early days. Sean, you know, and I think you've been on the frontline of this for the last two years, right? Trying to get the information out there. And unfortunately, the government has been very slow on disclosures. And again, this is part of why today is such a historic moment for soon to be attorney general bar just really taking the reins of that department and helping to right the ship. Hopefully, so I think there's going to be great opportunities in the time ahead. So and I was still still because if you were you were very we were more open in previous interviews, we've had about your desire and willingness to help our government. Khalili against a foe like Russia, and that you cooperated fully. And I think it's important that people know, and I think a when when obviously unverified information and fraud is committed on a court near the victim of it. You certainly have a lawsuit in front of you. And I think everybody involved should be held accountable. Don't you want everyone involved at that fraud to be held accountable. Absolutely, Sean, and I'm working on that. And I think we'll have more to say on that in the weeks and months ahead. But again, I think if you have constructive solid leadership at the top of DOJ, it will help to turn around a lot of this corruption. And again, the civil division within DOJ is, you know, the ones that are responsible for these the lawsuits. I'm often. So, you know, I think when we have better more effective leadership. We're hoping I mean, you know, if if we don't do it, right? This time this is our last shot. So I hope the new attorney general bar, you know, does his job. Because if he does we're gonna lay out who should be investigated. We'll give him we'll we'll do his job for him tonight with with all the evidence all the laws that are in play Carter page. Thanks for being with us. Thanks a lot, Sean. You're.

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"general bar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"general bar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Just ask your smart speaker for us. Alexa, play twelve hundred w I on iheartradio. That sounds like a pretty good choice. with Carter page. Why wouldn't you want? Everybody involved in illegal surveillance of view. Why wouldn't they be a target of a lawsuit a civil suit by you? Well, I think you know, it's it's still early days. Sean, you know, and I think you've been on the front line of this for the last two years, right? Trying to get the information out there. And unfortunately, the government has been very slow on disclosures. And again, this is part of why today is such a historic moment for soon to be attorney general bar just really taking the reins of that department and helping to right the ship. Hopefully, so I think there's going to be great opportunities in the time ahead. So we're still still because if you were you were very we were more open in previous interviews, we've had about your desire and willingness to help our government lily against a photo like Russia, and that you cooperated fully. And I think it's important that people know, and I think a when when obviously unverified information and fraud is committed on a court near the victim of it. You certainly have a lawsuit in front of you. And I think everybody involved should be held accountable. Don't you want everyone involved nap fraud to be held accountable? Absolutely, sean. And I'm I'm working on that. And I think we'll have more to say on that in the weeks and months ahead. But again, I think if you have constructive solid leadership at the top of DOJ, it will help to turn around a lot of this corruption. And again, the civil division within DOJ is, you know, the ones that are responsible for these the lawsuits. I'm in often. So, you know, I think when we have better more effective leadership. We're hoping I mean, you know, if if we don't do it, right? This time this is our last shot. So I hope the new attorney general bar, you know, does his job. Because if he does we're gonna lay out who should be investigated. We'll give him we'll we'll do his job for him tonight. With all the evidence all the laws that are in play Carter page. Thanks for being with us. Thanks a lot. Sean. You're doing too good of a job. I.

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