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It's Total Bedlam in Front of the Supreme Court...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 5 d ago

It's Total Bedlam in Front of the Supreme Court...

"Its total bedlam in front of the Supreme Court. It's not. Anything that is violent, I pray it remains that way. The people are using very charged language. In fact, let me read one of the tweets of somebody outside of the Supreme Court right now. One of the speakers with a megaphone also called for an uprising similar for the one in 2020 in the wake of George Floyd's death, any sort of mainstream media sympathy that these activists might be getting. I think is going to shatter as soon as they continue to use language like this. But from a legal analysis, we have the great Josh hammer, newsweek opinion, editor, and a constitutional expert to just walk us through what exactly this means. Josh, welcome back to the program. Tell our audience, does this outlaw abortion or does this send it back to the states? Tell us specifically what is in this opinion. So Charlie, first of all, great to be with you on such a great day for the constitution and great day for the country, really a great day for the human species for the very simple reason that we will have more unborn innocent human beings will actually be able to live as human beings. So it's a remarkable day for the country and on daylight they have Charlie. I think young pro lifers like you and I just have to have a debt of gratitude honestly to the past 50 years of pro life activists who got us. That's such a good point. Sorry to interrupt. You're exactly right. It's been a lot of prayer warriors and activists and grassroots folks and a lot of Jewish organizations, a lot of pro life organization, not a Catholic organization, it's great point,

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Republicans Just Gave BLM Its Own National Holiday

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | Last week

Republicans Just Gave BLM Its Own National Holiday

"And for the naive Republicans that voted for this become a federal holiday, as somehow this would lessen racial tensions, this increases racial tensions. You have given BLM a national holiday to be able to write these ridiculous op eds in CNN. How about this one? Time Magazine. Juneteenth is now a national holiday, our reparations next. You see, they look at that as a starting point. You validate their racial disharmony agenda. You platform and recognize and give power to the very same people that burned and looted the entire country for weeks and months. Somehow we're now the very same academics that said that looting is acceptable. That the proper way to honor George Floyd is to blow off a little steam. This is what is called the movement of a million steps. They start with Juneteenth, but they're not done. Now they're saying our reparations next. And Republicans unwillingness to fight on what July 4th actually is. And it's that say, well, yeah, sure, this seems innocent enough. Goes to show how naive our own side is in dealing with the arsonist left.

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Washington Commanders' Coach Fined $100K for Asking a Question!

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Washington Commanders' Coach Fined $100K for Asking a Question!

"You see the story over the weekend? Of the Washington commanders head coach. Is that the, that's the new Redskins name, right? I don't even keep, who cares? They're so woke. They can't call themselves the Redskins anymore. So now they're the Washington commanders. So they have a defensive coordinator named Jack Del Rio. He said, in a tweet, he compared. I mean, let me read to you what this guy said and what he got in trouble over. The coach, the assistant coach responded to a story on Twitter about the January 6th committee hearings, and he wrote, would love to understand the whole story about why the summer of riots looting, burning, and the destruction of personal property is never discussed, but this is. And then the next day, reporters asked him about it, and he said, I asked a simple question, let's get right down to it. What did I ask? A simple question. Why are we not looking into those things? If we're not going to talk about it, why are we not looking into those things? People's livelihoods are being destroyed, businesses are being burned down. No problem. Now these are points that everybody makes, right? Do you know he got fined a $100,000 for saying that? Do you know that the head coach of the Washington commanders Ron Rivera proudly announced yesterday or two days ago or Friday? That Jack Del Rio had been fined 100 thousand dollars for expressing a belief that if we're going to be fixated on January 6th, how about we talk about all the riots that engulfed American cities after George Floyd?

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Jack Del Rio fined $100K for comments about Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jack Del Rio fined $100K for comments about Capitol riot

"The Washington commanders have fine defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio for his comments about the riot at the U.S. capitol Coach Ryan Rivera says Del Rio has been fined $100,000 after the assistant coach referred to the capitol riot as a dust up on Wednesday tell Rio downplayed the deadly insurrection and questioned why the protests in the summer of 2020 after George Floyd's death were not receiving the same scrutiny People's livelihoods are being destroyed Businesses are being burned down No problem And then we have a dust up at the capitol They're nothing burned down And we're not going to talk about we're going to make that a major deal Del Rio later apologized for its remarks Rivera says the statements were hurtful to members of the local community and do not reflect the views of the organization Mike Hempen Washington

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Jan. 6: A Fair Question Handled by an Unfair Committee

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Jan. 6: A Fair Question Handled by an Unfair Committee

"Let me say something after watching the two hours last night that may surprise you. Because I've shared with you how awful I think the actions of those 800 or so people were, I'd like to know why that happened. I think it's a reasonable question. What would have led those dummies to go from listening to president Trump speak? To go breaking windows and fighting with cops. And they did a lot of damage. I would never sit here and pretend that I don't recognize the damage that was done. By those 800 or so people. Now, I could sit here all day long and say that pales in comparison to the thousands and thousands of people who assaulted cops burned down buildings and destroyed cities all in the name of George Floyd, but that's a whataboutism. I don't even need to do the one about Israel. There's nothing wrong with saying, let's explore how it happened why it happened. But when you have a committee, led by people like Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger, who are hell bent on destroying any chance for Trump to come back. You realize the committee is not only unfair, but as Kimberly strassel put it, they are incredible.

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Caller's Message to Dems: We Don't Want to Live With Criminals

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Caller's Message to Dems: We Don't Want to Live With Criminals

"So I mentioned that. There was this food women there, and it was trying to get me to invest in some crypto stuff or something. And one voted for Trump and the other one voted for Biden. And I made a comment and said, I said, wow, you know, things are getting so crazy. We really going to have to, you know, stand up and start speaking out, you know, against this Biden administration. And the one who voted for me and she said, well, what do you mean by that? I said, we're going to have to speak out and start telling them where they're wrong. And so she said, oh, you must be a Republican. And I turned to her and I said, I said, no, I'm a conservative. And she looked me in the eyes as she wanted to attack me and said, you got a lot of nerve to say that to me. And I could not believe this is this woman. She was so upset. You weren't in the book. You weren't in the box. You weren't in the box. You weren't in the category that you thought you should be in. Yeah. Not at all. And if someone said that to me, well, hey, I'm a Democrat. I'm like, okay, cool, you know? Knock yourself out. That's the thing. I mean, they react towards us in a way that we never react towards them. You know, I mean, if they if they didn't have January 6th to hang their hat on, they got nothing in terms of anything that comes close to the riots of the George Floyd riots. Look at just yesterday, a guy arrested outside of Brett Kavanaugh's home. Attempting to murder him and presumably his family. I mean, this is and that is not and that is wrong. That is wrong. Somehow the Democrats believe that we, as black people, enjoy living with the criminals. I do. Nobody wants in their neighborhood. No one wants. Well, and it's why

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Judge delays trial of 2 ex-cops in Floyd killing until 2023

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge delays trial of 2 ex-cops in Floyd killing until 2023

"I Mike Gracia reporting a judge delays the trial of two ex cops charged in the killing of George Floyd A judge has ordered a delay in the trial of two former Minneapolis police officers charged in the killing of George Floyd hennepin county judge Peter Cahill delayed the trial of two tau and J Alexander king until January 5th hoping additional time will improve prospects for a fair trial but Cahill denied the defense motion for a change of venue Tau and king are charged with aiding at the betting both second degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the May 2020 death of Floyd They were scheduled to go on trial next week I'm Mike Gracia

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Biden signs policing order on anniversary of Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Biden signs policing order on anniversary of Floyd's death

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting President Biden signs a policing order on the second anniversary of George Floyd's death President Joe Biden signed an executive order Wednesday to improve accountability in policing The signing came two years to the day that George Floyd died while detained by police in Minneapolis Floyd's family was in attendance at The White House Events remembering your loved ones even though they're meant with great reverence are really hard Everything's come back as if it was happened yesterday The event followed by one day yet another mass shooting in America This one at an elementary school in Yuval de Texas I'm just sick and tired Of what's going on it continues to go on Biden said he and the First Lady will travel to Yuval day in the coming days to meet with the families Mike Gracia Washington

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Vigil, rally planned for 2nd anniversary of Floyd killing

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Vigil, rally planned for 2nd anniversary of Floyd killing

"A candlelight vigil where George Floyd died is among the remembrances that will take place today on the second anniversary of the black man's killing at the hands of Minneapolis police officers Floyd's death ignited protests around the world as bystander video quickly spread the city plans to unveil a street sign officially dubbing the corner George Perry Floyd square activists also plan to hold a rally at the governor's residence in St. Paul and President Biden will sign an executive order establishing a national registry for police officers fired due to misconduct Floyd was killed when former officer Derek Chauvin who is white pinned his knee on Floyd's neck for more than 9 minutes He is serving prison time I'm Julie

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Biden to sign police order on Floyd anniversary: AP sources

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Biden to sign police order on Floyd anniversary: AP sources

"President Biden will sign an executive order today on police reforms while marking the anniversary of George Floyd's killing by Minneapolis police The president had been pushing Congress to pass legislation boosting law enforcement oversight Let's get it done next month By the first anniversary of George Floyd's death That was 13 months ago but bipartisan talks stalled and today on the second anniversary AP sources say the president will sign an executive order that among other things will require federal law enforcement to review and revise use of force policies and encourage limits on choke holds and no knock warrants It's a less extensive approach than he originally wanted but was worked out after months of talks between The White House civil rights groups and police organizations Sagar Meghani Washington

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Biden to sign policing executive order 2 years after George Floyd died

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Biden to sign policing executive order 2 years after George Floyd died

"AP sources say President Biden plans to sign an executive order on policing tomorrow Wednesday is the second anniversary of George Floyd's killing by Minneapolis police Three people familiar with the matter say the president will sign the order alongside Floyd's relatives It would require federal law enforcement to review and revise use of force policies restrict the flow of surplus military gear to local police and encourage limits on choke holds and no knock warrants The order does not go as far as the president originally wanted bipartisan police reform talks stalled in Congress last year The new steps are the results of months of talks between The White House and civil rights groups and police organizations

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"george floyd" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:20 min | Last month

"george floyd" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And we were able to interview President Biden for this book and get a sense for his goal of wanting to be able to sign that Bill now in hindsight a year later, we know that that bill was not signed. We know that instead there was a backlash against the idea that police reform needed to happen. There was a push against even the idea of discussing race in schools and books began to get banned and whatnot. And we're able to chronicle that. And between President Biden and the Floyd family, there is sort of the souring of this idea of being able to all come together and get them on Air Force One and fly to sign this bill on the first anniversary. And this has become just another political fight in which there is a stalemate and nothing gets done. And that's something that the family has been pretty upset about and understandably distraught over that even though it seemed like there was this momentum and that something would happen to honor legacy and to make sure that this kind of thing did not happen again. All of that seemed to have evaporated very quickly. Again, I'll just note that there's a lot in this book that I think is worth people reading. We can't get to all of it. But I thought we'd close with a question that's a big one, but invite your comment. You know, there was this bill in Congress that the Floyd family hoped would be enacted, which would have some major reforms on police. That didn't happen. Some states and cities did things. And obviously, the protests had a wider impact on all of us. As you reflect on it, what were the most important impacts of George Floyd's life and death? That's such an important and insightful question, and I could spend quite a long time talking about it. But one of the things I think we can reflect on two years later after George Floyd died, is that the country is different. The conversations about race are different. There is an understanding that institutional racism does exist. Now there is a resistance to that that we're seeing live and we're seeing it play out. But I think people are understanding that what black people have been complaining about for years is real in a very real sense that there is a systemic nature to some of the racism that George Floyd face and that so many millions of people like him face and there has been an effort. I don't want to downplay the measures that have been taken both in the corporate world and local communities with local laws to change some of that to change the way policing works to change the way systemic racism operates, that is ongoing. There is a pushback. There's always a sense that the fight will continue that it will never be over. But I do think the country has shifted. It's few and it's realized that a lot of the things that were being complained about and the things that were being raised as issues that need to be changed have been acknowledged and that's something that is part of George Floyd's legacy. Well, Robert Samuels, totally olorunnipa, thank you so much for speaking with us. Thank you, Dave. Thanks. Really appreciate it. Robert Samuels is a national enterprise reporter for The Washington Post. Toluse olorunnipa is a political enterprise and.

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Court brings back NYC ban on police restraint during arrests

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Court brings back NYC ban on police restraint during arrests

"A New York appeals court has reinstated a New York City law that prohibits the city's police officers from putting pressure on a person's torso while making an arrest A beak correspondent Norman hall reports A 5 judge panel of the appellate division of the state's trial court ruled that the law passed in 2020 in the wake of the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd is clear in what officers can and can't do and won't lead to arbitrary or discriminatory enforcement The law bans officers from the training people in a manner that compresses the diaphragm It also outlaws the use of choke holds A Manhattan judge struck down the law last year after police union sued the city to block it The police union now says it's reviewing its legal options I Norman

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AG Merrick Garland Is Spineless

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | Last month

AG Merrick Garland Is Spineless

"Now, you could disagree with the federal statute, but there is a federal statute that prohibits the protests that we're seeing outside the house of the Supreme Court Justices. And you know something? Merrick Garland is spineless. Merrick Garland, I have to say, must want to encourage this unlawful behavior. How many people did you hear on the left, condemning buildings being burned to the ground? Because George Floyd died. How many people on MSNBC or CNN are from the Biden administration? Did you hear routinely condemn acts of violence? The police who were assaulted, people who were killed, remember the retired cop in St. Louis, shot dead trying to protect his buddy's business from being burned to the ground. This shot dead right in the street. Who got who's held accountable for that? They ever catch that person? That person ever been prosecuted? Now, I guarantee every last one of them of January 6th to be in prosecuted. How about the person who murdered Dorne in St. Louis? This is we are in a dangerous time. The Democrats are dangerous. And when they're trying to blame us for the buffalo supermarket, all they're trying to do is project what they themselves are guilty of. They're just deflecting their own guilt. They are openly at tell me where I'm wrong.

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Why Racism Is Never the True Story of Mass Shootings

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:09 min | Last month

Why Racism Is Never the True Story of Mass Shootings

"In Texas the day after the buffalo attack a shootout between 5 Hispanic men at a crowded, flea market, left two dead and three wounded. Roughly two hours later in California, a 68 year old Asian gunman walked into a Taiwan east church and opened fire, killing one person and wounding 5 others. This is what crime looks like in America. It is chaotic, disordered, and irreducible. The skin color of its victims and perpetrators is far from fixed. Racism then is not the whole story, in fact, racism has never been the whole story. Yet faced with an election year in an uphill battle to retain the House and Senate this November, perhaps it is unsurprising that so many Democrats are keen to turn the buffalo shooting into another George Floyd moment. That's perfect. Perfect. An excuse to deflect difficult questions and to turn politics into a binary realm of good and evil once again we're told Evie or with us or you're a racist.

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"george floyd" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:08 min | Last month

"george floyd" Discussed on Fresh Air

"We're speaking with Washington Post reporters Robert Samuels and tolu olari. Their new book examines the life of George Floyd, whose murder by a Minneapolis police officer two years ago touched off a wave of massive protests for racial justice. Samuels and olorunnipa argued that George Floyd's struggles in life reflect the challenges and pressures of institutional racism in the country. Their book is his name is George Floyd. You know, most of George Floyd's interaction with the justice system was for nonviolent drug offenses. The one big exception was his guilty plea to participation in an armed robbery, a home invasion robbery, and this is something that you spend for a fairly detailed description of. It's a case where several men entered a home looking for drugs and money and held the woman who was there at gunpoint, apparently it was the wrong house, and they left with some jewelry and a cell phone. Well, first of all, based on your own reporting, what role, if any, do you think George Floyd likely played in this crime? I do want readers to read this, read this part of the book, especially those who are skeptical, especially those who have heard this part of Floyd's life when people try to discredit him, they say, did you talk to the woman who was pregnant? And he held her up at gunpoint. And we go very deep, one of our colleagues interviewed the woman in Spanish to get a sense of what she remembers about that day. And there are questions about who was involved, we write in the book that Floyd was the person behind the wheel of the car that went to this house. But he told his friends he told people who he confessed to other crimes too, that he adamantly insisted that he was not the gunman that he was not even in the house. And while Floyd may have had some culpability in this case, I think there is a question about how the case was prosecuted as we heard from the woman involved. She had an option to say whether she was completely sure that Floyd was the person who had done this, whether she was not sure or whether she had a tentative confirmation that Floyd was the person. And she chose tentative, which is less than beyond a reasonable doubt, but the police were able to use that and they were able to get a guilty plea out of him by threatening him with more than 40 years in prison. He ultimately ended up serving a little over four years, but those were the kind of choices that you're faced with in this kind of community. You make the point that in all of his interactions with the justice system, he never actually faced a jury of his peers. In each case, prosecutors charged him and then he was presented with very difficult choices. You know, you can roll your dice on a trial and maybe get a lot of time. And so he, based on consultations, pled guilty and was sentenced to 5 years, you know, I think I just want to spend a moment on this because the other crimes weren't violent, this involved the use of a gun. It doesn't sound like he was the one with the gun, although it's hard to be sure, sounds like he was probably the driver..

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"george floyd" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:18 min | Last month

"george floyd" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Was difficult for him to live a life as a normal college student or even focus on the academic part of college. He was there on a football scholarship and he was really trying to see how he could make it to the NFL so that he can make enough money to support his family and he ended up dropping out of college. George Floyd wanted to be a pro football player. The academics got in the way. He got, I think he got a basketball scholarship to a small college in South Florida, and then ended up at Texas a and I university small college in South Texas. In the end, had to let it go. He gave up on that. Was that a big turning point in his life when he was a guest 24 by that point? Decided he wasn't going to make it as an athlete and he had to set a new course. Yes, when George Floyd had to return home from college, what you saw was the disintegration of a dream, right? And you also have to understand that for someone like George Floyd, this is the dissolution of an American promise, right? He was in school and they told him this was the way to escape poverty. This was the way to create a new path for his family. And at the same time, that same school system did not allow him, did not provide him the necessary skills to even make it through college to prepare him for that next step. And so when he returns to Houston and goes back to his home where his mother has fallen out, he has some choices he needs to make. He has to figure out how to provide for his family, including the nieces and nephews that we had spoken about before. But he also has to figure out what his purpose in life is. And how he can have a life that's purposeful and if not a life that's purposeful, a life that's sufficient enough so that there can be food on the table. His first drug arrest was in 1997, you write, selling crack to an undercover officer. And you know, we know that he would struggle with drug use for the rest of his life. What did you learn about how he got involved with? Using drugs in addition to selling them to make money. Well, one of the first things I want to mention is how ubiquitous the police were during the crackdown. And the third ward and specifically in the cuny homes housing project police were everywhere. It was the time of the beginning of the process of mass incarceration and the war on drugs and the efforts that were being made. And we spoke to former police chiefs that were working the beat at the time, essentially their mission was to get drugs off the street and to arrest people who were being seen as possessing drugs selling drugs and Floyd got caught up in that in that system..

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Caller: Black Lives Matter Is a Corrupt Organization

Mark Levin

01:47 min | Last month

Caller: Black Lives Matter Is a Corrupt Organization

"I heard you comment on something about you know was like LGBT and the corruption of our kids in the education how they're trying to teach and train our children about gender identity and if you're for those who feel that they're in the wrong body you know and I blame all of this on former president Obama You know for him signing that bill to have Jerry and Sam get married And all of this is being backed up by well did he sign that Bill or did the Supreme Court do that Well he pushed it M and his wife pushed it Now here are countries being corrupt By this whole system and this black labs matter organization is a corrupt organization from the jump If you go to their website and click on the about read with their about it's not it's doing something totally different Tell me how many black communities have they gone into to help Since the summer of 2020 in the riots None None Listen I'm a former employee of the rich from county detention center When they had a big riot down here because of the George Floyd situation they'd like a lot of people up And I'm telling people they come in what the heck are you riding for George Floyd never been here in South Carolina That's there is you Why are you tearing up your own property It's senseless Totally senseless

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Ask Officer Tatum: What's the Truth About BLM?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | Last month

Ask Officer Tatum: What's the Truth About BLM?

"Next question, it is no secret Chicago is one of if not the worst places in America when it comes to crime, but more specifically black and black crime. Do you have any thoughts as to why it is why it is if BLM wants to make sure that the world knows Black Lives Matter, what are they doing to work on that issue? Well, let me just make this very clear. BLM has no, I don't think they have any obligation. They don't have any desire to do anything for black people. It is literally a fundraising organization that threatens people and coerced them into giving money and influence so that they can push a political agenda. They're not doing nothing for black people. I have never seen because we see children getting shot in the head in Chicago all the time and drive by shootings. We see young men, black men getting murdered in the streets in cold blood, mass shootings every weekend, and they don't have a single picture of not one of those people on their website. I literally David dorn was a police officer for a retired police officer and got murdered, trying to defend a property. And some thug murdered him. He was on camera, and it looked worse than George Floyd, if you asked me, he didn't show up on a sicaria Turner, my followers raised over $300,000 for Sequoia Turner's family. And Sakura turned a young black girl in Atlanta, got shot in a crossfire between two black idiot black men who were shooting out in the parking lot. They didn't feature her not one time. There are so many young men and so many children that have been murdered senselessly and Black Lives Matter have not given them money. They have not mentioned them. They don't have no t-shirts, they don't have no fundraisers, but they make money on the backs of dead black men and that's their whole

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'Fiery but Mostly Peaceful' Author Julio Rosas on Frontline Journalism

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 2 months ago

'Fiery but Mostly Peaceful' Author Julio Rosas on Frontline Journalism

"We have a really good guess with us right now. Fiery but mostly peaceful is the name of the book by Julio rosas and he's doing a wonderful job and again it's called fiery but mostly peaceful one of the best frontline journalists in the country a legitimate journalist unlike the people at The New York Times The Washington Post. Julio, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, thanks for having me. So Julio, tell us about your book. Tell us about kind of being on the front lines and being an actual journalist. And we'll go from there. Yeah, so I mean, I started covering the riots in 2020 when everything popped off in late May. And it initially my thought was, okay, I'm just going to cover Minneapolis and then that'll be it. But then I went to Seattle to cover chaz that whole little experiment that happened in Seattle. I went to Atlanta, Washington D.C. where I'm based out of and it just kept happening. And then it shifted from, oh, so this is going to stop to. What is it going to stop? And it reaches a point to where not only was I obviously seeing the devastation and destruction that BLM and Nancy varieties were bringing to American cities. But then at the other half of it was, well, the media was really downplaying or trying to excuse or trying to justify what was happening because of who was committing the violent acts and it was kind of well the ends justified the means or you're not really you're focusing on the wrong things by focusing on business owners who have their places destroyed. You know, this is what really matters. And for me, it's really, I take really big offense to that because like I said, I was seeing this firsthand and the city after city. And more importantly, people were innocent people who had nothing to do with, for example, a George Floyd or Jacob Blake in Kenosha. They were suffering. These were just ordinary Americans. A lot of them were already struggling with the effects of the COVID-19 lockdowns. And now this was being thrown on top of it, and then the people in power, both within the media class and political class saying, well, it doesn't really

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When the Left Doesn't Like Something, They Want to Burn Things Down

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

When the Left Doesn't Like Something, They Want to Burn Things Down

"If they don't get their way, they burn it down. That's what literally well, that's what they did in the summer of 2020. They don't get their way. If things happen, they don't like. If something and I'm not even suggesting that by for one moment, the George Floyd's death should have happened. But that doesn't mean I can get to go burn a McDonald's down. That doesn't mean I can hurt people. That doesn't mean I can assault police officers in the streets. The left doesn't like something. They burn it down.

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"george floyd" Discussed on Getting Shiggi with...

Getting Shiggi with...

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on Getting Shiggi with...

"So, A man, a black man, a black American African American. Man George Floyd. Lost Life under the knee of a what can only be described as a bad cop. And aided by his his Two others were also on George whilst he was on his front, putting their knees into his body, will besides his buddy restricting his movements whilst the main. Police Officer Applied Blood Choke to George Floyd's neck. And his other officers an Asian gentleman. decided that because he could say, I can't breathe. He's fine now. Of mentioned this a few times and I'M GONNA. Keep mentioning again. I don't care I have done much lots. Mind Tire Life, and I've worked the Bouncer for good twelve thirteen years, and in that time was fortunate enough to what with an amazing team. And be led by a man who had been in the army For. Very Long Time Special Forces. And Has An extensive thirty-year background in various forms of martial lot self-defense. close called combat when it comes to military. Exercises. And that to that in recent years I've I started doing Brazilian Jujitsu and I would happily train up to six times a week and the only reason I mentioned in all of this is because. When you experience someone crushing Your Body Wall. Street Trenton is going. Through the roof. Your panicking any don't know how to bring your heart rate down. How to breeds a in a I suppose professional manner or any of that? When you see a blood, choke being applied in such a way that you ain't. No is extremely Lee painful when you're lying on your front in someone's applying pressure three your neck and it's not meant to bend that way by the way you know thousand comfortable. You know that there's also of nerves being compromised as pain going into your scalp, the paint shooting down your arms that could be paint shooting down to your toes, because at such a crucial part of your spine, such a crucial of you'll enough system right going through your spine. Have that then you have a major autry on that side as well so over time you know eight minutes and forty seven seconds. I believe it might be longer You having blood. Restricted From your brain. Your brain is essentially being cut off. From the rest of your body so you brain cells start to die an eight minutes with that happening. There's a law of damage happening. And when we do Jitsu when we do chokes. Say if you haven't got the choke? From the choke on properly any count to six, then you need to let go and do something else because you haven't applied properly beef, you know you've got the choke on properly. Any count to six and the person hasn't tapped. Let go because that person's sleeping. Right. So. Coming from an educated background and Watch was essentially a snuff film would lie in a take..

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"george floyd" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"I mean honestly. I don't really have much to say. Here I mean. It's exhausting I've already been talking about this. I mean I. I kind of feel weird about it. Because like I did I did tweet a couple things. After, the riots have started. The riots you can't air quotes rebellions. Whatever you WANNA fucking call. It doesn't matter to me, but. Yeah I mean. I had I had turned the news off because. Look I've been to enough protests in Atlanta. I've told you guys before been doing this. That was doing this you when I was fucking fifteen and the same thing happens damn near every single time. and. They start off peaceful and the second that police show up and they start agitating themselves. It agitates people. And then when the dark happens when the sun goes down, that's when things pop off and I'd Sloughs I knew the second I saw fucking. COPS in riot gear. Up to go bad. They're going to start some shit. We're going to get blamed for it I. Don't fuck and feel like watching it because I watched it so many times in my life I don't feel like seeing anymore. Turn the fucking news off. I woke up the next morning and just see. Shit on fire and I'm like. That's about what I expected to happen. And I I sent out a couple of things I was like man. It sucks to wake up to see. My City on fire, but my bigger issue is. I. Don't like waking up and seeing people pretending like they don't understand why. The city's on fire and Shit pisses me off. But were followed. That was all men are can't way for the podcast? All Man Gimme two hours your shit. Why! Like I don't feel like fucking entertaining new people I don't. You know what I'm saying like. I forget who asked longtime ago. This is after you know. We had some some heated moments on this podcast. Somebody asked like is this. Is this like a form of? Getting away from the real life shed and coming on here and laughing. Yes, this is the first time I've laughed since this should happen. But I want you ought to get your shit off. I just don't I don't know. Is. It is Bro. It's super exhausting because and I hate to put it this way and I really don't want to be inventive because you know I. Love my friends, but. I don't fucking me all by DMZ Bro. Like. If we all talk regularly. I. Don't need you in my DM's hit me. Talk Out! How are you fuck you? That's how I'm doing. How was I last week? House I two months ago. A year ago. You don't know because we don't talk to each other. But. You want to know now know you wanna make yourself feel better by acting like you help the black people out by reaching out. I'm just I'm exhausted. I go out you know, and now it's a the party's not unlike that of course, but go into to grocery stores, or whatever and you know. My phone's going off. Hey, man just wanted to see y'all do. Or, motherfuckers call the apron topped in a minute. So, why do you want to talk to make make another minute? The men. I thank you. Like people want to ask you like what are your thoughts on this? What do you think my thoughts are on this and they want to extract pain from Uber You know because they don't have to experience it. You are the proxy for pain to Berry. You know I mean don't. Understand, you man, it says to me as a lot of people with privilege of class and people who are white. There is like both of this dynamic. You can fly richer upper-middle-class bagfuls of middle class. People color. You can find why people of all classes who have this attitude that we are going to I'm so sorry for your pain Negroes. I'm so sorry they out these like almost as if they are. Using US using our paying as the proxy for how they can feel better about their position in society and their basic complicity in this in the Shit, because they're silence around there only Texan you because they don't WanNa. Go Out and really organized white folks really get on a front line shoots. They only taxing. You don't want to say you know what let's actually bail out. Some people are fucking money. As had would are. Getting daughter but there are so many different ways in which people can check on people without doing that fucking, tab. Google. News like what are you talking about right would. See. That's what I'm saying like I. Do have a car. I don't WanNa get misconstrued I do have friends that do check up on regularly or that I. Do talk to regularly and a couple of them did hop in the DMZ and those are the ones I entertain. Again man. I'm I'm straight. I didn't go to the protests at this point in my life. I'm too old to be running from cops. They'll catch me. I got a bad back a bad knee and too bad ankles. I'm not running from police these days, so even if I did go the person who in Sports Again. Annual, in place where it's all. On you! OUGHTA ran out of breath after about four feet tall, and they caught my ass, but. I. Don't I. Don't talk about this because it's not. It's not cool to me, but like I told you all. Of, the cameras outside of the podcast I've been the protests. We've thrown bear case. Do Cop like? Me As an adult now I can't do that kind of shit anymore because. I'm going to get killed. You, saying like I'm going to get killed. It's just not. It's not worth it for me personally, if I went to that protest, I already know after going to protest for twenty something years I. Know I'm leading when the fucking sought starts going down because the cops are getting tired, and they start getting aggravated, and then you start popping off, and I know how this game goes, so yes mean I I do want to talk and I do. Do WanNa. Talk about the whole George Floyd thing, but it's just so tired because I feel like it's all I've talked about for the past two or three days, and I don't want people to be sitting at.

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"george floyd" Discussed on Feminist Utopia

Feminist Utopia

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on Feminist Utopia

"Today in. Our feminist, Utopia. is equal respect for all people regardless of race, and in our family s Juke. Topa, black lives matter and Brown lives matter and indigenous peoples lives matter justice much as white lives matter. Exactly I completely agree with that, and if any of you doubt that we don't have a systemic problem. And you're listening to this. I'm really surprised. Even listening to this podcast. Be Honest It's pretty clear that. Black lives don't matter is with the death of George Floyd yet again and yet another black person dying. Right! Quite, honestly I mean. I am racist. And so are you. It is impossible to grow up in America without internalizing racism and we have to stop denying that color doesn't matter I. Don't see color that racism isn't a thing, and we need to take responsibility for learning the history and context of race and racism in America. And this? Uprising in Minneapolis has just brought to the surface, the persistence of police violence in black communities and the roots of American policing. Tried to structural racism. There's no way to deny just as we've often said is that misogyny is like the air? We breathe so as racism. I'm a racist. I don't think you can say that. You're not a racist because you don't use the N. Word as we saw with Amy Cooper in central park this week. Who called the police? To lie about a black man who asked her to leash her dog. And this is a woman who identifies as a liberal. By the way. Right. So it's in all of us, and if you're not actively working to unpack than you're actively engaging in it, and it doesn't matter if you're not as bad as someone else. We can all point to people who behave badly. We need to examine our own behavior and. See how we're contributing to it. Maybe we're not calling the police on our African American neighbors, but maybe we're not standing up for them. Either and Staying Silent Is..

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"george floyd" Discussed on Generation Mental Health

Generation Mental Health

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on Generation Mental Health

"In an auto parts store were set on fire video shared on social media, social media, captured people taking items out of stores that had been damaged. May Twenty seventh protests erupted cities across the country demonstrators and other cities began organizing in memphis a protest over the deaths of George Floyd. Brianna Taylor. In. Louisville Kentucky. And Ahmad Armory in Berwick GE led the police to temporarily shut down a portion of the street. In Los Angeles, hundreds of protesters covered. Converge in The city's downtown area to March around the Civic Center. A group of demonstrators broke off from the march blocked the route one freeway. May Twenty Eighth National Guard is mobilized Minnesota Governor Tim Walls of Minnesota activated the National Guard on Thursday. The order came as a city asked for help after vandalism and fires broke out during demonstrations and as the Justice Department said a federal investigation into Mr Floyd's death was a top priority. Mr Walls later said that he had activated thousands of additional National Guard troops to send to. Minneapolis. But he had but had to climb the army's offer to deploy military police units. Let's be clear. Mister Wall said. The situation in Minneapolis is no longer in any way about the murder of George Floyd is about tacking. Civil society instilling fear in disrupting our great cities. May Twenty ninth former officers arrested and charged influenced death. The former Minneapolis police officer who pin Mr Floyd's neck to the ground with his name was arrested and charged with third degree murder. And second degree manslaughter the former officer Derek Chavanne forty four faces charges that carry combine maximum thirty, five, year sentence the defendant had his neon restor Floyd's neck for eight minutes and forty six seconds total a court documents said two minutes and fifty three seconds of this was after Mr Floyd was non responsive. May Twenty ninth continued President Trump's. Looting and shooting message raises tensions president trump delivered ultimate. ULTIMUM TO MINNEAPOLIS protesters on Friday and suggested that the military could use armed force to surprise riots on twitter. Mr Trump called the protesters dogs and said when looting starts the shooting starts also criticize the city's Democratic Democratic mayor. I can't stand back and watch this happen to a great American city Mr. Trump said a total lack of leadership either way. Either the very weak radical left Mayor Jacob Fray gets his act together and bring the city under control or I will send the National Guard and get the job done right protests in Atlanta and New York bring destruction and the night set followed more protests..

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"george floyd" Discussed on Generation Mental Health

Generation Mental Health

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on Generation Mental Health

"Hey, guys. Look back tonight episode of the girl behind the screen I'm Khloe, and I'm guessing the year you probably have listened to my first podcast ready and liked it somewhat I. Hope I was I'm views you're here. anyways to Muir serious topics this episode I WanNa talk about George Floyd the protests, the riots and more haze. Is Dedicated George Floyd and his family. Who Was George Floyd? Floyd was born in nineteen seventy, four inexperienced Childhood in Houston's third ward. One of the city's prevalent African American neighborhoods. Floyd rose's a star tight end for Jackie tie school. And played in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, two state championship game and Houston Amsterdam Donzel Cooper. One of Floyd's former cohorts said he remembered watching Floyd score touchdowns floyd over shouted everybody on the team George Floyd moved to Minneapolis from his local Houston hopes. Of looking for some kind of employment and starting another life. Floyd found in Minneapolis. Occupation working security at the Salvation Army. In downtown he later start working to employments one driving truck another as a bouncer at Congo Latin Bistro he lost his employment as monster at an eatery when Minnesota senator gave a stay at home request do the coronavirus crisis tw. One of Georgia's cherished companions Christopher Harris said he and a portion of their common friends had moved to Minneapolis looking for jobs around two thousand fourteen Harris said he convinced floyd to move there to after he escaped jail at the time of his death floyd was the father of a six year old daughter who lived in Houston with her mom Roxie Washington before he passed away after being stuck for a considerable length of time underneath a minneapolis. COPS knee. George Floyd was enduring the same problem as a huge number of Americans during. The coronavirus pandemic, he was jobless and searching for a new position on the unfortunate day of George, Floyd's death a representative at the Minneapolis supermarket called police after the Floyd supposedly attempted to pass a fake twenty dollar bill. And broadly circulated cell phone video of ensuing rest for can be seen on the ground with his hands handcuffed without resistance officer Derek. Savannah squeezes them to the floor of his knees. On Floyd's neck, the video shows van who is white. Holding Floyd down for quite a long time as floyd complains that he can't breathe the video closes with paramedics lifting. Olympe Floyd. Hinton Emergency Vehicle Mayor Jacob. Fray call for Chevron to be criminally charged with homicide police says..

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"george floyd" Discussed on IDKCast

IDKCast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on IDKCast

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"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Four one sean. You want to be a part of the program We our coverage what is a tragic tragic of situation in Minneapolis Dan Bongino and Joe Collins. Who's by the way running against maxine waters in this upcoming election in one hundred and fifty nine days You know I look at the bigger broader picture here and you know. I said this many years ago Dan that I think cameras in cop cars with audio cameras on cops and now people with with video on them everywhere. It's going to be good to hold people accountable for their actions. Cop should want it for their own safety and protection and you know what we're getting more justice now as a result. You Sean. It's interesting you say. No you have a family and law enforcement me. Having been long for all my friends are cops. They told me after some initial reluctance when this first became widespread over a decade ago. The cops actually a lot of cops. I took actually like this now because one weeds out the bad apples and to like you said it actually protects them because a lot of sometimes are obviously false. Charges made both ways and the police officers. Who Do the right thing? They don't mind this check on them at all and obviously with this incident. Sean I mean I just can't encourage people strongly enough. Put All the politics aside. I know we live in a really human issue. Just imagine it was your kid. Just imagine that a say they were Joe Collins last word and be horrified. We're going to be watching your race closely. One hundred and fifty nine days you get the final fifteen seconds all right. I'm I'm GonNa tell people this We need to stand up as leaders. Then we need to show our community. How leaders are supposed to act if you representative. We need you to actually do your job and you represent we're at a time where you know we have to let our Christian values Depict who we are you know and I am ready to lead. I'm ready leave the forty third district. I'm ready to leave this country. All right I'm gonNA leave it there. Thank you both for being with us when we come back on the other side. Your calls eight hundred nine. Four one sean. Well full coverage tonight. We expect protest nine eastern on the Fox News Channel and know that our community is in trauma and that they're trying to find ways to heal from the very beginning I wanted to make sure and ensure and we will continue to do that. Did those who are wanting to express their first amendment rights and go through this healing process that they will absolutely have that from me and that is a guarantee as your chief but that being said even prior to Mr Floyd's death we've had a community that has been in trauma for some time. And what a cam out allow is chief for.

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"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"You've been trained by the Secret Service. You've been trained by NYPD that some of the best training facilities in the country Of incidents you know again. It's not the ninety nine percent of officers that protect and serve their communities and that always needs to be pointed out Because doing that job as an extraordinarily dangerous one. But you're also you you're trained in martial arts like I am and we talk about him for hours on end and you and I both know that if you go for somebody's trae Ke- if you hit their corroded if they're the amount of pressure that was put on this man's neck George Floyd's neck is enormous for that period of time. It is a death sentence. We know just from our training. It is that dangerous and I'm glad you started. I really hope that this doesn't grossly stereotype. The overwhelming majority of men and women in law enforcement. I've worked with. Who do a terrific job? Having said that this individual is not one of those people you know just for a moment. I Remember Doing Fox and friends appearance I. I was talking to easy one morning. And was this tragic story about a cop killing. She said Dan tell the audience. How dangerous and the job this this and I said well you know it's interesting as I get text twice a year from friends of mine and the NYPD about a guy. I went through with the academy worked with WHO died. I can you imagine being in the radio profession or TV and getting taxed twice a year. That's one of your colleagues was killed in the line of duty or someone you knew so the overwhelming majority of cops that they do great work again. This guy was not one of I get it. There probably is going to be a lot of information that comes out and Sean. That'll be critical for telling the whole story but that is not necessary anymore to tell the use of force story at that acute moment of time what I mean by. That is that we need to know what happens for. Georgia's for Mr Lloyd's family for everyone. The public what happens to start to finish but the video is crystal clear there is no this is not opaque. The man had a need on his neck for nine minutes. When I it wasn't just on it it wasn't just on as his neck was pinned down to the pavement. And and he's and he's keeps repeating. I'll play it again. He keeps repeating. I can't breathe. He's not a threat to anybody in that moment. And from what I could see looked handcuffed. Sean and the Golden Rule. I remember when I got out of the couple of the more skilled police officers who've been around awhile in East New York Brooklyn was a dangerous Area Bay. I was a young kid in my twenty. Does anybody know in their twenty? You know I mean really what do you know when your early twenties and I remember them saying to me. Listen that stuff in the academy's terrific keep it in the back of your toolbox. But here's the reality. Don't ever forget this what they told me. Don't ever forget the hard and fast. I said this on your show last night. Here's the rule when the guy or the woman is in cuffs and the resistance stops. The fight is over end of story. It doesn't matter if just arrested a serial pedophile. If you arrested Charlie Manson. It doesn't matter when the puffs are on and and the people can still spit on..

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"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"So in an effort to and cure this disease. I am stating exactly what everyone else has. Witness in. That is racism. Today's Day for Minneapolis. It's a sad day for America It's a sad day for the world. I WANNA remind all of the people that are in the streets protesting you have every absolute to be angry to be upset to be mad to express your anger however you have no right to perpetrate violence and harm on the very communities that you say that you are standing up for. We need peace and calm in our streets and I am begging you for that. Do up information overload hour some of the sounds of protesters and of course some of the looting and and rioting took place last night that was the city council. Vice President Andrea Jenkins urging Minneapolis residents not to perpetuate violence We have some updates on the story. Al Sharpton apparently is headed to Minneapolis. He say he said today in Minneapolis. You'll meet local. Clergy activists lead a prayer vigil at the site where George Floyd was killed Eric Garner's Mama Company Sharpton as they go there. The Minneapolis mayor wants the governor to call the National Guard to quell the riots. We know that there. Is You know temperatures very very hot? I've gone over this in great detail. Did it last night did it earlier in the program. there seem to be zero resisting of any arrest and once somebody is handcuffed and once. They're not resisting. You put them in the back of the car and this the there seems no justifiable reason whatsoever to to put the knee on the neck of of Mr Floyd like this for anywhere between six and eight minutes basic one. Oh one training and any police academy you know that the neck and chokes in particular in this case a knee literally pinning. The neck on into the pavement is extraordinarily dangerous for ten seconds. Never mind six minutes and it ended up in the death of George Floyd as a lot of anger justifiable from my vantage point. Watching this I know we don't rush to judgment. We always give the presumption of innocence. There's nothing in this videotape. That shows that any proper procedures by any trained police officers will followed here and people look at it. This guy is saying I can't breathe again and again and now they've all been fired. The four officers on the scene there And there there is an imminent movement towards A potential arrest in this in this case for sure the President. I've been reading. His statement is gone out there. He is ordered the DOJ the FBI to investigate George Floyd's death at my request the FBI Department of Justice already well into an investigation as to the very sad tragic death in Minnesota of George Floyd Called it a very very sad situation. When he's gone on his trip to see the launch. That was then well. Didn't take off of space x and the rocket ship The president you know also has been very clear they want to expedite this.

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"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Two Sean Hannity show nine four one. Sean. You want to be a part of this extravaganza. We do have so much of the news that we're not getting to here today. The The battle over social media now. This is an interesting battle the for a lot of different reasons because there's certain well number one the guy that twitter has. I mean this is just ridiculous of Rabid trumpeter their head of sight integrity. The Guy in charge of this referred to the president's team in the White House has actual Nazis in the White House really You got to see Jack Jack at twitter seriously the head of your sight of integrity. So that's problematic at a lot of different ways the president now about an executive order there is a real significant issue. That is involved here. Because of the fact of how these different you know the characterization and this gets into a much deeper argument or debate that we'll have later on how they characterize a site like twitter matters because some if not then other words liability laws kick in if they're going to start editing content and now the attorney general will look into that Joe Biden has had more more floods in the last twenty four hours. It is unbelievable. We'll try and get to that today. But the latest on the corona virus opening the country opening safely our medical eighteen means. Dr Oz is back. How are you sir? I'm doing very very well. Let me start before if I may I'm sure like all of us you. Have you seen the video of this This death of this guy? George Floyd in in Minneapolis. I saw his horrible on sure. Most the country you know we become friends you know. I'm into martial arts training and I'm not saying expert. I've been doing at seven years and I am a student. I dislike it. I trained with it. It's a good workout And one of the things that as we practice situational self defense will do for example an arm drag into a chokehold and we do it on each other and if I had the right hold that I do a properly and I put pressure on cutting off the blood supply to both carotid arteries when a cold. Obviously that that is infinitely more dangerous. I think every police department is separate and apart the pressure that this officer is putting on his neck for almost for eight minutes longer straightened it. Straight INTO THE PAVEMENT. Full on looks like full-on forced to me. No neck five doctor Ause from just my limited knowledge is not being a doctor when we when we train. We know that that's a targeted strike if I strike. Somebody's crowded artery in a targeted strike. And I hit it right. That person's going down to their knees. How dangerous for so many ways. So many ways first off within three seconds of truly including the CRAWDADS. The patient will pass out. That's why if you're skipping. Heartbeats we get nervous if your heart rate drops below twenty. Because that means that you're going to start having syncope which fainting episodes in this case. He obviously wasn't completely obstructive initially because the poor man was crying for help. And just you know asking team can't breathe but what I just don't understand is apparently he lost consciousness which is a very dangerous phenomenon because the arteries inside the net could have been injured He's certainly could have been blocking the blood supply to the brain. If destroy the artery and you can be blocking the trickiest with no air can move all of those scenarios but then the man was conscious..

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"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"And you know as far as the the racial component that in reporting some of this I don't know anybody that has come out to defend not a single person you know. The president tweeted. I have asked at my request. The Department of Justice already well into an investigation as to very sad and tragic death. Minnesota of George Floyd I have asked for this investigation to be expedited and greatly. Appreciate all the work done by local law enforcement. My heart goes out to Georgia's family and friends and justice will be served president of that early also and Anyway back to our phones Let's say we have Branded in Atlanta WSB Brandon. How are you my old home down South? I was talking to Neil. Bortz recently sends his regards from his plus. Anyway what's going on so we love for you to come bite which probably pay raise their mouth. And by the way I'm not gonNA come in and and ruined the state that enforces or vote for people that supported the policies that ruin this state. I mean they ruined it but anyway go ahead Sir why. I'm a real estate appraiser for a living. So if you ever do decide to come here let me know. I'll find you the best deal possible but I've got three cops in the family. One of them. I set win last night. Is the station chief of the US Marshals Office and the Georgia Division here? He's a quiet guy he looked me. Dead Mindset Ninety five percent of most people will show you that they're gonNA run or they're gonNA fight at immediate confrontation. He said if they do not fight you they probably are not going to very small chance. He's been on the job twenty five years. He's been in Columbia. Been in lots of countries kicking doors gang. Bangers you name it serving warrants for some the nastiest people they either go down or they fight straight off the real. He said this guy right here if you just put him in the car it wouldn't have been a problem. He showed no aggressiveness. He shot did not show that he wanted to fight. He said there should have if they were so scared of shackled his legs and put it in the back seat of the car they did makes no sense to anybody. I mean I was a training instructor with the Marshal's office and he said his minds blown he said I don't understand what I saw him doing. And Gino's going to join US later and and burn characters on the TV show laws nights all saying the same thing. Birdie was the head of New York state prisons and the police chief in New York City. Never this this never happens. You never do this. This is a and for the amount of time in the amount of pressure on that guy's neck it was a death sentence Sean. Before let you go. I have one question. Yes Sir when they got rid of the Nixon tapes that tells me that everything in the White House is recorded this supposedly meeting with Komi and Yates and all these people..

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"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"If you want to be a part of the program I'm also angry about a lot of issues involving corona it. It's frustrating beyond words. So this goes on. What was the total time? I've seen it written up every way in sideways and no definitive time to I see six minutes. I see up to eight minutes. What was the total time Linda? Do you know was nine minutes now. It was nine minutes with nine minutes. Yes Sir nobody can survive that. That's a death sentence. This is and this is hard to listen to and we played a lot last night and I again more I. I look at this the angrier. I get I. Didn't you know so wrapped up in a lot of other coverage. I didn't see it too late yesterday and I looked at it. I said you gotta be kidding me and then I kept looking at it and looking at it here. Is George Floyd if you have kids in the car you may want to lower the volume hears him screaming? I can't breathe won't now. I'm just telling you is somebody. That is a real. He couldn't breathe. He wasn't resisting. That is a death sentence right there. It is so frustrating We we mentioned that what he'd done. After Corona virus he moved from Houston to Minneapolis. He wanted to get a fresh start in his life by all accounts. All the people you know. He lost his job. When the Minnesota Governor issued a stay at home order and you know it was employees at a grocery store called the police after allegedly to pass a counterfeit twenty dollar bill. I mean it must have been on the surface. I don't recall ever if you ever given somebody a hundred if they usually take out this marker and do you know how maybe it was just such a bad counterfeit it does. It's twenty dollars. That's another thing. Where's the context in in things here Then we got the other video which showed that even when they were walking him the before the choking incident happened here and the neon the neck incident happened. He was not resisting arrest in any way shape matter or form he wasn't missy is in West Virginia missy. You're on the Sean Hannity show. Thanks for taking my call. I wanted to make a couple of points. Let me first off the COP for twenty years watching that video on your show. Last night I had to turn my back and listen to you because it disturbed me a couple of things that really bother me if this was over a counterfeit bill jurisdiction that I worked for..

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"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"It's just a fact it's well known and so we don't see George Floyd resisting arrest then. We are watching as the minutes tick by the police officer in this case and again. I don't even see that anybody. I've not heard anybody say anything contrary. Even my all my law enforcement friends Bernie Keurig last night. Dan Bongino last night so many others contact he me. They cannot believe what they witnessed here. Because what you have is the officer taking his knee and if you're watches as we pointed out last night the right foot of the officer all the weight is on that left knee right into the neck of Mr Floyd which is an his head into the pavement. Now a went on. I never got the exact time it somewhere. Well at least six minutes maybe as high as eight I keep. Reading conflicting reports weren't even able to totally confirm that and his arms are behind his back and he keeps saying over and over again as that. There's a huge amount of pressure on this man's neck when he was saying he can't breathe. He couldn't breathe. I and I can tell you I actually train this morning and had long discussions with my sense as sense Glen. He's been on the program before great guy and you know there are targeted strikes for example if somebody has any knowledge of martial arts a lot of you know how you defend yourself. I'll I'll walk away. You can call me any name in the book. I'm GONNA walk away. I'm going to walk away backwards looking at you until and diffuse any situation because I don't want to use what I've learned because it's that dangerous and you have to be. You have to be careful but if you take one strike targeted strike to the karate kid and you can go online and Google it. There's videos out there this happening if you do it. Then you'll see a person literally if it's a good strike. They're gonNA drop to their knees. They gotTA dropped right down watching one of the videos this morning. Not only do. The guy was a really well trained artist. The strike was perfect. It was one strike fight was over. The Guy Literally nailed his karate kid. The guy went down when the guy got up to try and start walking again fell down again and fell down a third time because what it does is for that brief second that brief second now of that strike it cuts off all the blood circulation going to one's brain. There are trae colds that are banned by pretty much. Every police department the have colds that are banned now by most police departments because they recognize the severity of that that kind of treatment.

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"george floyd" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"george floyd" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"All right so we ask this question because it has happened yet again when will it stop when the FBI is investigating the death of an unarmed black man named George Floyd? This happened in Minneapolis Minnesota. There's a viral video. It's been It was taken by a bystander of this horrible death. Mr Floyd of Mr Floyd who died on Monday night after pleading with Minneapolis. Police officers that he could not breathe while in Minneapolis. Police officer was kneeling on his neck. While detaining Mr Floyd Take a listen as a frantic bystander. Her telling the police to let Floyd Grief.

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