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"george gas" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

05:29 min | 3 d ago

"george gas" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Best friend. George gas gone now is on the recall block and saw people in two places today collecting signatures. Yeah i called george gascon. Volunteers looked that way and there was a pretty good public places was right by the beach. So hopefully this is picking up speed in one of his prime supporters. Showed up at this news conference today. The other scoundrel who should be recalled. Mike bonnet the west side councilman who has destroyed venice and is rapidly trying to destroy the west of that The rest of that district Chris ancarlo standing by because he covered this collection of hoodlums today. Chris how are you. How's it going. I i I was there. I don't know if i would characterize things the same way as you guys. But that's why we're in different jobs right now So let's talk a little bit about what the scene wise it was meant to be your it was. I guess maybe advertised as an announcement of criminal justice reforms but what it really was was a campaign kickoff rally so this is one of those weird political seasons where people don't want to admit that there is actually a campaign happening and so therefore they will not Reference the r. word until they actually show up on site and it's at that point that okay. Well this is what we're talking about right because it's like do some lottery drawings. That was an anti recall rally. Some people have Have made that argument and Certainly Make that logical leap okay. Well it's nice to meet some people and you brought up Mike bond. I just wanted to play a bit from him. This is a little bit longer than i usually bring you guys but the reason is that he has kind of like a a lot long line here and it connects aid of be by the time you're done so i'm going to start down the road applying it if you guys need me to stop it. Just shout at me down the line when they can't take you off the voting rolls when they can't purge the voters they try to change the electorate. they don't like what happens when you get a big diverse electorate in november voting for george gas goan. They want a small more conservative trick that they get to choose. And who's behind this. Let's be very very clear. You're going to hear about this from tucker carlson and fox news all the way down through conservative..

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"george gas" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

05:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"george gas" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Damian. Sixteen and seventeen at the time john and ken show boy slide coming up. John and ken show john kobylt ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty five everywhere on the iheartradio app. every week. we do the moist line. Give me the number again. i can never remember it. Nobody knows no the number the number for the boys line phone them but nobody on the staff. One eight seven seven moist eighty six there. We go write that down. Yeah okay all right anyway. These these are these are our listeners. These people live this. We're so excited to hear from you. It's about time usually. Don't call on this line because most of these people are idiots. Lamb joined a bunch of idiots. Call you guys keep it up so erickson tacos and post me and the guy got lost to give him a call and when i started talking to him the first thing i thought of was man. This sounds like george gas gone. And the guy's name was george so i'm wondering who was actually him. He was pretty competent. Border patrol agent and never done more embarrassed to get up and put on the unicorn each and every day right now so we had to processed from brazil today loose previously. Been deported and ui. And i had the process them to be released because he showed up with his wife and kid which you have no idea if it is or his kid. I m disgusted disgusted do my job. Animus i find it insane that these tiktok idiots they gotta start holding them responsible promoting riots. They come down to huntington beach and try and do that my city this gen xer and a lot of my other. Pows being letting it happen. Senator weiner is proposing legalize magic mushrooms and other psychedelic products. And when he does that him and the mayor of l. a. singing at the same time these Some of my favorite they prayed please please john and ken saying i don't wanna hear that word ever again. Aren't you impressed with governor. Newsom are highly intelligent governor. The way he used the word anomalous to demonstrate the absence of normality. What he's really the one that's absent from normality. He's a goofball. Taking all these idiot up to nipped in would be awesome idea on a bus driver. I'll be glad to volunteer my time do it. But the problem is put them all out there and they have nowhere to bum money from the issue. I know keep guys you and lately. I saw part of an interview with But i did not recognize him. I the god by being a picture from the dodgers at the totally feel you on the cost of aches my fifteen year old daughter. You probably eats almost as much beef as you do. Your there's that and it is ridiculous. I just i can't believe it the lord. What are we gonna do. We can't turn to that vegan crap. Know what to say about this administration choice. I say basically another jimmy carter ministration. We're living in the nineteen seventies again massive inflation because he thought be a great idea. It's raise taxes and including or money. We've we have almost ten trillion dollars into our own economy which is going to lead to inflation. I don't think that'll geriatric president understand that you're complaining about them in the basin where really not a whole lot in burn. We got him up in the mountains. We've got him a long fire road and nobody give it's kind to get them out of riverbeds off the side of the freeway at of the high brush areas out of the forest area and tell them a knock knock what he's talking about his sheds and so proud of them. Can we just refer to him as car steady. The realized why like him out. I can let my nose hair curl out as only the police but supports. The palestinians are not allow them to continue long distance lot of them to the gaza strip. Oh my god. I'm so happy. No one can see my face right now. I talk to you on. The moist line runs the dna of the virus through a super quantum computer. And if you find the dna not or an animal not naturally occurring ramallah. Thank you for leaving your message. Please hang up done without knows me to keep the mask on. I do like the woman who described your diet vegan crap. Yeah i know. Hey look you know. Veggies don't cost as much as the stakes. I'll i'll give you that All right that's part. One of the moist line. Part two is coming up a a trip to biden. Land is next..

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"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:42 min | 4 months ago

"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The president, well, George Gas guns desired to dismantle the D. A's office included a policy That prevented D A's from going and standing with victimsfamilies at parole hearings. Usually they would go. They would make their case for how heinous this crime was. Remind the panel remind everybody in the room. How heinous particular crime was go through the details of it. Refresh everyone's recollection. Then, of course, the panel has able to see what the defendant or the inmates what they've been up to in prison. What programs they've participated in how the rehab has been going and they make a decision. Now one of gas guns issues is that he does not want to. Try juvenile's as adults. He does not want to really prosecute them at all. And like we talked about, you know, I get it. I get that more juvenile's should be available from diversion programs because of their lack of prefrontal cortex and bad decision times in their lives, and I understand that, but some crimes are so violent and so heinous that you have to take it on a case by case basis. One of those cases was from April of 2009 Marquis. LeBlanc. I was a kid. I went to a party in Pomona on had been asking girls to dance. Some of the guys that were their gang members got offended. They walked up to him. They basically Throw a bunch of racial slurs at the guy beat the living tar out of him. They pull his pants off. He's dragged around the street. He stabbed a couple of times. Once through the heart. He's shot dead left in the street, One of Le Blanc just 18 years old on this night and one of the guys who was the murderer. Was Martin Aura, and he was 16 at the time Now Jessica Corday is Mark Isa's mother. And Jessica went to Martin's parole hearing yesterday. And like you said, without a prosecutor to help guide her through this process, the prosecutor that in many cases it's the same prosecutor who put the guy behind bars. This was her description yesterday when she talked to us about the process of learning number one that she was not going to have anybody there with her and how she had to do this by yourself. You know, we represented marquees as much as possible that they were really determined to see the situation. The way they desk on Once they've seen. We didn't We didn't have anyone support us through the prosecutor's office that actually was on the news last night and Um Um, someone said someone to represent us do the Marcie's law and he showed up this morning, but they wouldn't even let him speak. So it was really about Martin Hara. It wasn't about me or my family. There was no support. He literally had to Limit what we say how we say it. We had no representation from the state at all from prosecuted off set up. And when we did obtain help, they would not allow him to speak. So I'm frustrated is you know it's been going on all this is a 30 this morning, then you know, they only gave me a week before they even told me that I was having a parole hearing, which They didn't even tell me what they tell me what was coming up this week. And then by the time I got the letter, it was a Monday. And I just found out the time, which were a Monday. It will be Wednesday at 10 o'clock, so I didn't get any time to prepare. My family didn't get any time to prepare like people are in a pandemic. You can't just go show up wherever whenever It's just been really hard in this very unfair But at this point When I couldn't get the support from the prosecutor's office, I actually asked him to send me my son style, which I never seen my son's crime scenes pitcher, but I'm thinking that I'm gonna have to represent, And I need all these informations that things that the prosecutor's office normally does. They left me to do it. You have been less than a week you had to go through with details of your son's nice murder. Yes, I did. And I've seen the pictures I had never seen. They beat him up at the party. They chased him down there. Granted them catches with two by fours. He had blunt force trauma to the head. Multiple fatal stab wounds. Multiple non fatal stab wounds. Ah, gunshot wound to the head. They robbed him. They pulled this stand down and left him just disrespected with no dignity because that's what the Mexican gang does The blacks and they murdered him. So it pull. He's laying in the street naked. I never seen these pictures and yesterday was the first time and it was horrible. And I didn't have. I couldn't even process it enough to where I could put my letter together because I couldn't get over the Pictures that I had seen, so I still didn't even have no help to represent my son and I'm angry again. That's Jessica Corday. Her son was murdered back in 9 2001 of the guys who did. It was up for parole yesterday and despite her emotional plea And her own words she had to describe. She couldn't show the crime scene photos she had to describe the crime scene photos of her dead son to the parole board. And still they granted the guy parole yesterday, the day after marquees was murdered. Martin Aura, the guy who was just granted parole yesterday. The day after he killed marquees. He texted one of his friends. Did that, and That we left up die. And use the full word. Next message, he.

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"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 4 months ago

"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Looking for numbers and politics. It's political to him. He don't have a murder child of Mother Father murdered daughter. He doesn't care that the end of the day I'm over here carrying my weight, and the prosecutors waits. Riverside County. They can help the victims. Families get help. Oceanside can't uh, san there. San Bernadino San Diego. How come Because my son was murdered in a particular county. I don't qualify for first support our justice. That's wrong. It is Mr Gascon. It Jessica, We're so sorry about your story. We've been talking in hypothetical terms about people that have had to Go through the details of their child's murder. Ah, and have to stand there alone without any support. And I can't imagine what you have been through today and the past week and for the past 12 years. I'm sorry. What happened to marquees and good luck? Thank you so much. Absolutely. Jessica Corday there again because of George Gas scones policies. She Did not have the privilege of having the prosecutors on her son's murder case stand next to her when the murderers came up for parole today, and by the way, she said, and we're expecting to find out sometime in the next few minutes. About the decision from the parole board. But just imagine, I mean, God, I didn't know that was hard T here, you know, but that that's that's the kind of stories we have to hear that he has to hear. The has to listen to, because I don't think that he understands. Or maybe he does. I mean, it doesn't It doesn't care. But I mean, you're really hurting people who have had the worst hurt done to them Losing a child. That could that's imaginable. Anyway. All right. Gary and Shannon will continue. Layla has the latest A woman who ran onto the 1 10 Freeway.

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"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 6 months ago

"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of L a for six weeks but only handled a few dozen non covert patients. But now L. A county supervisor Janice Hahn has asked Governor Newsome to request it again from the feds. Do you want the most of them come back because I think we are in a extremely dire situation. The health Services director, Dr Cristina Galley had said It was difficult to use the ship. So when I asked her about it a week and a half ago, she didn't seem that interested in bringing you back. That was then this is today. Do you want the ship here or not? We'd be happy to have any resource that can help provide support to patients with covert or without Gregory Key. If I news the new strain of covert 19 that's been found in England, South Africa and a few other places has been found in San Diego Governor Newsome made the announcement during a public conversation with Dr Anthony Fauci. Newsome, it said a few hours earlier in his covert update. The mutation had not been found anywhere in California. Mayor Garcetti says Dodger Stadium will be restructured to deal with the high demand for covert 19 tests. The stadium will be closed for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day and on Saturday to make changes to deal with the increased traffic in the area. Said. He says Dodger Stadium has administered more than a million covert tests. Governor Newsome wants to spend $2 billion to get public school students back on campuses earliest February, he says in person instruction is crucial for kids. It's not just Just academic data development in terms of one's mind, but the full person that is enhanced Newsome says that in person learning plans will be a phased approach, starting with elementary school students, those in special education and populations disproportionately impacted by covert 19. Governor says it's hoped kids will be back on track by spring, though they can still do distance learning if they want. The union representing L. A county prosecutors has filed a civil lawsuit challenging D a George gas scones directives to get rid of three strikes allegations and some sentencing enhancements. The union claims the directives are not just radical but violate state law. Some legal experts say the D A's directives are an attempt to obstruct the will of the voters. Gascogne has said Gang and other sentencing enhancements are outdated and coherent and Applied unfairly way have a crash.

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"george gas" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:30 min | 6 months ago

"george gas" Discussed on 790 KABC

"District Attorney's office? And how much power does that office wheeled? Well, I've got to say this. We can't say that they weren't warned. How many times did we talk about that race and have Jackie Lacey on the program and talk about the threat that George Gascogne poses to public safety? It was. We tried our hardest to get the word out and the people listen to this station. They're well aware of who George Gascon was. It was so bad to the point where even the mayor of San Francisco right before the election, wrote an op ed saying, Do not elect this guy don't do to l a what he did to San Francisco. But that wasn't enough, apparently, and you got a lot of local politicians to blame, including the ones that changed their endorsement halfway through the election, like Eric Garcetti and Adam Schiff. That's right, and the campaign to get this not elected, was funded by George Soros, who came in and installed an advocate for criminals as the district attorney of Los Angeles. It reminds me back of when Joe Kennedy Joe Kennedy, father of president JFK. Was trying to essentially buy his way into the FDR administration. He wanted to be Treasury secretary, and he was a crook and a bootlegger and all kinds of other things, but he was an influential man in Massachusetts who threw a lot of money around the political world. And FDR ultimately decided not to give it to him because he knew that Joe was a problem. But after the Securities and Exchange Commission was created, he shocked the world by installing Joe Kennedy as head of the SEC. And somebody asked him. Why the hell did you did that? Do that? He said. Well, who better to catch a crook than a crook? And that was the reasoning. Well, we've got a man Who was effectively advocating for criminals now running the D A's office in Los Angeles County, So say goodbye to public safety. And the examples that we have of what kind of dangerous person this man is. Is a mile long. Let's start with Fox 11 on Gascon Reducing charges for a cop killer over Kristina Solano Shoulder is the proud memory of her little brother. Fall in L. A county Sheriff's deputy, Joseph Gilbert Solano, that brother sister bond lasted from the time they were Children all the way through adulthood of life of laughs, love and family, but All of it would be cut short on a summer day in June, 2019 when Deputy Solano was waiting in line in an al Hamra Jack in the box, and Kristina got the call. What I was told is that this guy? Had come up behind him and shot him in the back of the head. Police say surveillance video showed a Utah man named Red Nelson shooting Deputy Solano from behind Justin Hour before that, police say Nelson also shot and killed 31 year old Russian snowboarder Dimitri Cold Self. Nelson was eventually taken into custody outside of a church in Long Beach. But deputy Solano was mortally wounded and had no brain function. He passed away in the hospital with his sister at his side. Solano also tells me and Fox 11 has independently confirmed with the D. A's office that is part of newly elected D a George gas scones reforms. He is seeking to drop all enhancements and special circumstances against the accused killer. Specifically, his office is seeking dismissal of special circumstances of multiple murders and gun enhancements charges that could put Nelson away for life if he's convicted. But if a judge signs off on dismissing these special charges, life without parole will be off the table, and Nelson could spend significantly less time in prison. Solano says she was horrified when she found this out completely in shock, Bill. I can't even tell you what my heart just dropped. I couldn't believe it. He should be there for the families. We we are the victims here. You know, my brother is a victim. Not this person that shot him. I don't understand. What his purpose is to let these murders out of jail. I don't get it, Bill. I mean, is this person He's like the devil. I don't understand it. In a statement on this case, a spokesperson for Gas scones transition team tells us in part quote. If convicted, there is a possibility that decades from now the parole board could determine he's been rehabilitated. Such a determination many years from now would ultimately be a reflection of a system and the public alike weighing their continued interest in incarcerating a man who no longer poses a threat to society. Had an extraordinary taxpayer cost, eliminating that remote possibility. Today may not be in the public's interest decades from now, But Solano tells me she doesn't care what rational gas Cohen's office wants to use. She says he needs to remember. With the real victims are he's never come to me and ever talk to me about. You know my family, my brother. I mean, is he he should be there for for us. Not these. These crazy people in jail is disgusting, and he's disgusting. We're entering a very dangerous stage by having this man as district attorney of Los Angeles County and Randy, you mentioned the politicians. That endorsed Jackie Lacey and then saw the political winds shifting. And then they retracted their endorsement of Jackie Lacey and endorsed George Gascon as the left wing alternative. Eric Garcetti did that move, Adam shifted that move, Newsome endorsed Gascon. The L A Times endorsed Gascon over Jackie Lacey, by the way, Jackie Lacey, also a Democrat, but a career prosecutor who actually cared about victim's rights. They decided to choose the activist over the professional. And I expect that from spineless politicians, especially people like Adam Schiff, who is just the worst of the worst. But I'll tell you who I'm most mad at. Most mad at the elites in California and Los Angeles County for not stepping in and stopping this. Because this man is a political radical. Who wants to completely up and the criminal justice system, putting us all at risk. There is no part of Los Angeles County that it's safe. Now. The George Gascon is district attorney. And we've seen this happen before in California were radicals. I'm very close to taking power. And usually what happens here, even in deep Blue, California. Is that the elite step in and say no, no, no, no, no, We can't go off the rails. We've got to keep this train on the tracks. But unfortunately, the elites that we have now don't have a commitment to the people of the state of California, like they used to. And I'll give you a perfect example as to how it's supposed to work. If you go back to the great Depression. And people were starving. People were out of work. The unemployment rate in California was huge. We had the people fleeing the dust ball from Oklahoma Coming the Central Valley. There was a lot of poverty in the state. And there was a candidate..

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"george gas" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:58 min | 6 months ago

"george gas" Discussed on 790 KABC

"A M 7 90 k a Macy. We have breaking news out of Washington. The FDA has just voted to approve the Fizer vaccine for emergency use. Not in the Munitis Kingdom, not in Canada in the United States of America. Visor has approved the first vaccine to treat the coronavirus. That means that within the next matter of days this virus is going to do this vaccine is going to be ready to be rolled out, delivered and injected Tau willing participants throughout the entire country. We've got some doses coming to California we get some dose is coming to Los Angeles. This is very, very good news. In the fight against coronavirus. It's 2 50 on talk radio 7 90 K A B C. It's the John Phillip Show, Randy Wayne here. Tell 3 802 22 k A. B. C is the phone number Mike in Laguna Niguel. You're on the John Phillip show? Yeah. Hey, John. It was having us mark. Maybe you've got some inside in it because this judge that ruled that the city is shut down off the restaurant's was arbitrary and capricious and not based on science that Would give them opportunity for the restaurant association to sue the city. Correct. I believe so. And it's not just for the restaurants and if you would not look at the timeline as soon as that decision came down, not even 24. Hours later, the state of California Reserve reversed another arbitrary decision to shut down the playgrounds. So the more that we have rulings that say you can't just make up decisions without any science that's going to mean a whole lot of industries, not just the restaurants have some ammo to fight back again. To these lockdowns. Yeah, we have to do that. I mean, a swell is obviously recall all these minis. But when he got a doctor who one of the officials saying that Well, there isn't any science behind it. We just want everyone to stay home. You can't do that. That's criminal. I 100% agreed. Thanks. So much for the call Mike 802 22 k A. B. C is the phone number. George Gascon is the Los Angeles district attorney And it's Day three of the George Gascon administration and it's Ah It's making waves. I'll tell you that. Here's a strange story. It was big news yesterday that George Gascon had dropped the charges against a man who was any protest in Compton. What was this man charged with? He was made. He was charged with attempting to wreck a train. Off the tracks by dragging a steel pipe onto train tracks. Apparently the L. A County sheriff had picture proof video evidence that this man did this and it's a huge charge. You do not try to derail a train that is horrific. George Gascon has said. There's not enough evidence we're dropping this. And then an attorney who works for George Gascogne said No, no, We're not dropping this. He defied his boss saying. We're not dropping these charges because we have evidence that this guy dragged Steel pipe or something similar on to train tracks in an effort to derail a train. And the thing is, there are shades of gray with a whole bunch of criminal court cases. You either tried to derail a trainer. You didn't you had They dragged it across the cracks, or you didn't. The sheriff's Department says they have evidence that he did, but George Gascon, maybe because this guy was at a protest. Doesn't want to go down that road. So there are a lot of people working for the district attorney who are not too happy with their new boss. But, hey, maybe the like George Gas guns new partner in crime. Fighting. Kim Kardashian. Kim is someone that has bean very aggressively involving in criminal justice. Reform for a long time. She certainly influences a lot of people must like John Legend come and they have been You know, quite frankly, quite a few people in the entertainment industry. They have been right up there with this and Cam is someone that could be an inspiration to a lot of people, So I'm really excited to be able to work with there. You know, we think alike and many things concerning the system in the reality is that what we need to do is increasing Get our message out. We need to educate public and people like him to be in incredibly eyes. Instrumental in imitating our community, especially young people. She was someone that was in a different place. I would not be in for a second. There are other people that are very influential. What I would never approach because we disagree. The reason why it would be, I think incredibly valuable for both of us. Because we believe that the criminal justice system needs to be re imagine. You heard it right there on TMZ of all places. George Gascon, a man who's never spent any time in an actual courtroom. Is getting legal advice from Kim Kardashian, who has never spent any actual time in a courtroom, arguing a court case. Merry Christmas. Everybody is to 54 of the John Phillip Show, Doc. Radio. 7 90 K A B s A.

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George Gascón sworn in as Los Angeles County district attorney, pledges sweeping changes

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

George Gascón sworn in as Los Angeles County district attorney, pledges sweeping changes

"In los angeles today new district attorney took over. His name is george gas gone and he ran and won as a progressive and he's going to implement progressive policies in one of the things. He did today his very first day. Is that say that on january. The first the use of cash bail is going to end in los angeles county instead. Prosecutors are going to ask judges to release defendants on their own recognizance. Water cases moved through the courts except for homicide or other serious crimes and as we know from segment we did. It's got to be two and a half years ago now. Even when you release people on their own recognizance forget the cash bail thing they come back. Some overwhelming percentage of people come back and and make their court date. And i just i wanted to point that out because we had done it and also because what happens in california frequently leads the nation and los angeles has one of the biggest municipal and city court systems and county court systems in the country. And i think it's of note. And so i have no doubt on this podcast.

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"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:26 min | 9 months ago

"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Helpyou. This's our way of harvesting. I guess I weigh Get the upgrade on it. We forgot to promote Jackie Lacey for l. A county district Attorney way did we? Somehow we spent so much time on that back in March. We're hoping That she would win the primary. It would not have to be in a runoff against this horrible left wing George Gas can she just missed the 50% mark so Do the election all over again, right? Um, so that is just been added to the voter guide that you re elect Jackie Lacey. For L, a county district attorney because ah gas can is not going to go after these. These Violent protesters. Ah, and the people who are targeting the cops. You think gas cans going to do anything about it? He's not So that's what you want. If you want more violence, and you want more cops going down all the nonsense you're seeing in the cities around the country. A guy like this roots for that. Defund the police and all that. Oh, yeah, not arrest anybody. Let's not prosecute anybody outside. Send anybody to prison. That's there. Go If you think we're kidding. Just look closely at this guy's positions, Looking San Francisco, Portland, Seattle. It's all the same person and he's one of them is financed by the same people. So you've been warned. And I noticed today when we mentioned yesterday that they did execute another federal inmate. Oh, several of the suspect know what we do this on the air. Oh, I thought it was another one today. No, no, that was yesterday, Okay? And we mentioned it on the air. And of course, some of the suspect websites I check, of course, had to prominently display that story with the fact that was a black inmate, right? Even though the other guys they killed were pretty much all white guys that federal inmates are executed. It wasn't it like five point mutation. Is there something wrong? Because it was a black inmate. You see, that's that's how they cover this now. There's so much racial identity politics associate with how they cover things that they skew the story right because it will cause it'll get clicks. Exactly because they're built in belief. Oh, everything's racist. Oh, now they executed a federal black federal inmates of that trump. I wonder. I wonder if they even really think that they just know it's a hot button, but that'll get him or cliques. And more revenue. I I don't know anymore. I give up. I don't care. All bets are off. Everybody now is it's all advocacy, journalism and Ivan Journalism. The the Internet destroyed normal journalism because now yes, so you have to. You have to compete for Ah. So the clicks right and people do want to read stuff that backs up their opinions. Yeah, that's right, Left centre. Whatever anything, Tio, it's it's all supports that already their mindset it's all destroyed. And you? Did you see the social dilemma yet? No, I did not only told me about it yesterday You thought I'd sought already? Well, what did you do last night? I watch some football and basketball. What's the Lakers in a great victory? Should've watched social dilemma. I started watching it last night. Yeah, I did. You realized the addiction they Yeah, OK, but I know I'm addicted. I love the way she said started. I started. Why didn't finish 90 Man. I was telling him I work hard all day distracted. She buy her phone. It is funny. I actually did grab my phone a couple times while I'm watching this and I thought Oh, my God. What a loser. Ah, and it's again. It's about the addictive nature of social meetings about how it was designed, designed the terribly addictive and They are also goes into how it's Separated people into groups where they only see and hear the news that they want that they already believe he's talking about. If you start clicking on links to Conspiracy theory, posts and sites. You will get more of those fed to you so you'll go deeper and deeper into the rabbit hole. What's this called again? Social dilemma, All right. I'm going to write it down. Because I do have notice. Netflix. Netflix? Yes, Everyone should watch this. And once you see it, but you can't get that out of your head. You cannot unsee it. And you're going to think about it every time you access social media. But see, I don't so it probably won't affect me as much. I don't but it's you'll understand the world better. What is Facebook? I don't know what that isthe talked to her. She lives in there, you spy. You don't know what she does, she puts Ah, modeling photos of herself on every two days. Modeling photos. Yes, please, all kinds of poses. And I like the likes and you will watch people on Facebook and you won't like what they D'oh. Nice. Get me with double negative there. I got it. We should stick ahead and microphone in when you two have your little oftheir conversation. Fascinating. The voter guide I mentioned now another thing. That Lister brought up now, as you know, The big controversy this week is that Gavin Newsom announced that by the year 2035 are beginning in the year 2035. If you want to buy a new car, it's going to have to be electric. It brings up all sorts of questions about whether or not there's a story we're going to do next week about because they're doing this in other countries. The power may not be there. They did that. There. There there dreaming. But one Lister, did you hear that? Calm a voice line that was talking about Tesla? Yes, that he's very was. You didn't want testimony the state so they're going to get like a big deal to sell the electric cars. Right. But another Lister had a better theory that he e mailed. What did what deal did Gavin Newsom make about six months ago to get medical supplies? What company was that? That was that Chinese company that made electric buses But didn't they make electric vehicles y d build your dreams? Maybe that's it. Maybe you want to get his medical supplies is a listers. Conspiracy? Worry he's.

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"george gas" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:21 min | 9 months ago

"george gas" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Talk radio 7 90 ABC, George Soros just dumped a million bucks into an independent expenditure campaign to try to defeat L. A district attorney Jackie Lacey with San Francisco's George Gas Gone who doesn't want to prosecute anyone will have that story for you in just a couple of minutes. But right now, let's go to Jim. Jim, you're on K. ABC. Welcome. Hi. I like to consider myself your Northern California correspondent. Anyway. Yeah, Let's work on that, anyway. So Walnut Creek, California suburb of San Francisco, a young man 23 Miles Hall runs out of his house with a spear. The police have been called a pretty much a right. He's right on the police with its a spear instrument. It's a metal pole so instantaneously he gets killed. They filed a lawsuit. Of course that goes back and forth. This. I saw the video. It's really justified, the media have to say. Um, so the city manager last week that it's not in our interest to pursue this case. The thing about it is Walnut Creek has been hit by outside agitators got a fancy downtown kind of third Street promenade style. Lot of broken windows frequent protests once a month, so it's not in the city's interest to pursue it in the sense that nobody in city administration wants to deal With all the chaos, so they're willing to do a payoff. Secondly, clear illustration. People are afraid of intimidation. It's not only the police on the police chief's on the City Council's administrators, anybody that's in the public domain. They don't want the mob's coming to their house. It's really even me, my son. Whatever you do, don't go to that council meeting and say anything, Don't you dare! So there you go. This will not decrease as longer, afraid. You're exactly right. People are afraid to enforce the rules because they don't want to be docks. They don't want a mob showing up to their house. They don't wanna have their lives ruined didn't want to be canceled. I know someone who is on an airplane. They were going to the East Coast and they're a group of people who were smoking marijuana on the plane, which is illegal to do. That's a violation of all kinds of FAA rules and regulations. And the flight attendants were afraid to tell him to knock it off. They told him one time and they said You're picking on us. We're not doing it. And then the flight attendants just shut up because they didn't want someone to take video of them. Harassing a group of young kids happen to be black and called racist. So they just ignored it and pretended like they didn't see it. Same thing with the rest of the passengers so that plane turned into a hot box. For five hours. Now that's outrageous and a violation of everything that the FAA stands for. But that's the world that we live in. The cops don't show up to a mob that shutting down sunset. You can't stop people from smoking marijuana on a plane. That's 2020. It's 2 31. Let's take a look at all the latest headlines him. 7 90 BBC.

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"george gas" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"george gas" Discussed on Pod Save America

"They are guest any changes that will give them less power to lock people up and anything that will reduce mass incarceration they tend to be against and so part of our project is finding da's people that will run for candidate for d a candidates that were run for district attorney offices around the country and a fine people that are more progressive in so part of our product of has been helping to find those people and and do what we can to raise funds for them so i like that so you talk about some good da's that are out there you've talked a lot about george guess in san francisco larry crasner philly we helped we helped with kim fox's election in chicago and these are all people that we met early on when they were still running for office not gas going we met him when he was already in office but we met several others while they were running for office in decided that their program was something that we could sign onto and support and then we help support their electoral chances and then once they got into office we are been we've been paying attention to them and make sure that they live up to the promises they may and we're really encouraged by what we've seen from kim fox and from and from larry crasner and we we've always looked at george gas goners someone that's been a leader early on in being more progressive a prosecutor and you see what prosecutors can do because in places like new york some of them are saying we're not going to have cash bail for most offenses that come across our desk that's a big choice for them to make because bail is the the biggest driver of the jail population because so many people are in local jails because they can't afford the thousand or two thousand or three thousand dollars set by the prosecutor and the judge says this is what you have to to spend two to buy your freedom we saw harvey wine.

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"george gas" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"george gas" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Which more than likely sparked a confrontation with the in the clip led to the arrest so he so he wasn't actually driving or anything just ask the officers the kalayaan over any doubt match i'm a funny he was a regular as niggles i dare unita guaranteed i didn't know who he was they don't indicate why was dismiss uh but his lawyer said no i'm not related uh by his lawyer said that burr's as well within his first amendment rights to speak to the office away date is not a crime of lee's prosecutor viewed the fact in this mr case these get arrested for nothing so often so like i anyway glad i worked out with a man seen i he'd indy she does deserve debt and asking the police officer wadi arrest and you should not be a crime call now eight should not be eight goddamn crown to be like wow mob be interested arrested all right like they count tested is resisting disorderly conduct right that's what i'm just want them shit so bags but i could just knack whatever they want to across that she it right is fucking assault everything would us a nick rai you believe he'll asked to heart resisting arrest booth san francisco will white thousands of marijuana convictions off the books wonderful yes san francisco will retroactivelyapplying california's marijuana legalization laws to pass criminal cases district attorney george gas on gas gone uh said wisday expunge nerve or reduce a misdemeanor felony this is going back decades the unprecedented move will affect dozens of people whose marijuana conviction branded there with criminal histories that can hurt chances of finding a job.

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"george gas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"george gas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Arbitration for sport ruling overturning olympic doping bounce for twenty eight russian athletes but mark adams ioc spokesman says that decision doesn't mean the athletes can participate in this year's games in south korea the take place this month results with the customs regime does not mean athletes from the group of twenty eight will be invited to the guy who's not being sanctioned does not automatically confirmed the privilege of an invitation and he says the cas decision could also have a major impact on the fight against doping in the future wall street is trading in mixed territory at this hour the dow is down or is up three point it's a twenty six thousand one hundred fifty two the nasdaq is up five points at seventy four seventeen the s p 500 is down a fraction at 28 twenty two you're listening to npr news from washington from kqed news in san francisco on brian watt san francisco's mayor is backing a plan to wipe out or reduced thousands of criminal cases for marijuana in the city going back to nineteen 75 the district attorney's office announced the move yesterday some three thousand misdemeanors will be immediately dismissed while the office will review nearly five thousand felony cases that occurred before the passage of proposition 64 which legalised the possession and use of recreational pot here's the mayor mark farrell is flew the right thing to do especially those with the means to meters no we need to create a level playing field for everybody here marijuana is still illegal under federal law the us department of justice declined to comment but has announced it is halting an obama era policy to take a handsoff approach towards states that have legalised marijuana kqed's forum program is scheduled to interview district attorney george gas gone about the.

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"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The l rancho school board has been under pressure to fire that high school teacher who criticized the us military rummelhardt veer harrods want to cheer and pico rivera councilman gregory cell sito gone after he was caught on video calling members of the military the lowest of the low priority of the children by put your hair that in this whole you are jeopardising that's eight hundred this isn't celsius first brush with controversy the either in 2012 he was placed on administrative leave after he admitted to slapping a student and had twenty tan he was reportedly suspended for threatening a student and making inappropriate comments about race to his summer school class the school board has put him on leave monica rix kfi news does the school district of a three strikes you're out because if so that might be this guy's their defence a veterans group has been sidelined for asking people the police stands the nfl next the printed showing the flag in the hashtag please stand him in response american veterans has produced a 30second ad pushing that message but evert spokesman john hall were says the message isn't critical players who have kneeled a celebration of their right source says the nfl's created controversy by trying to of aidid idea that amd it would still ask people pleased to choose standing does not mean we don't understand that or celebrated ourselves our math says exclusion from the super bowl official program is only amplify their message kris ankarlo kfi news has either way speaking of the nfl we're going to talk with abc's ryan burrow coming up at 520 the president got to give his state of the union address this week and roger goodell the president of the nfl he got to our commissioner i should say he got to give his state of the league address yesterday we'll find out what he had to say about that thousands of people busted for marijuana crimes in san francisco over the past forty three years could have their convictions tossed in response to pot legalization the district attorney's office says it's going to review and resentenced felonies misdemeanors will be dismissed in sealed as fda george gas cone says that the.

"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The l rancho school board has been under pressure to fire that high school teacher who criticized the us military rummelhardt veer harrods want to cheer and pico rivera councilman gregory cell sito gone after he was caught on video calling members of the military the lowest of the low priority of the children by put your hair that in this whole you are jeopardising that's eight hundred this isn't celsius first brush with controversy the either in 2012 he was placed on administrative leave after he admitted to slapping a student and had twenty tan he was reportedly suspended for threatening a student and making inappropriate comments about race to his summer school class the school board has put him on leave monica rix kfi news does the school district of a three strikes you're out because if so that might be this guy's their defence a veterans group has been sidelined for asking people the police stands the nfl next the printed showing the flag in the hashtag please stand him in response american veterans has produced a 30second ad pushing that message but evert spokesman john hall were says the message isn't critical players who have kneeled a celebration of their right source says the nfl's created controversy by trying to of aidid idea that amd it would still ask people pleased to choose standing does not mean we don't understand that or celebrated ourselves our math says exclusion from the super bowl official program is only amplify their message kris ankarlo kfi news has either way speaking of the nfl we're going to talk with abc's ryan burrow coming up at 520 the president got to give his state of the union address this week and roger goodell the president of the nfl he got to our commissioner i should say he got to give his state of the league address yesterday we'll find out what he had to say about that thousands of people busted for marijuana crimes in san francisco over the past forty three years could have their convictions tossed in response to pot legalization the district attorney's office says it's going to review and resentenced felonies misdemeanors will be dismissed in sealed as fda george gas cone says that the law lost its way by sticking it but let me try to again the law lost its way by stigmatizing pot use has roker park at bork's.

"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"george gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The l rancho school board has been under pressure to fire that high school teacher who criticized the us military rummelhardt veer harrods want to cheer and pico rivera councilman gregory cell sito gone after he was caught on video calling members of the military the lowest of the low priority of the children by put your hair that in this whole you are jeopardising that's eight hundred this isn't celsius first brush with controversy the either in 2012 he was placed on administrative leave after he admitted to slapping a student and had twenty tan he was reportedly suspended for threatening a student and making inappropriate comments about race to his summer school class the school board has put him on leave monica rix kfi news does the school district of a three strikes you're out because if so that might be this guy's their defence a veterans group has been sidelined for asking people the police stands the nfl next the printed showing the flag in the hashtag please stand him in response american veterans has produced a 30second ad pushing that message but evert spokesman john hall were says the message isn't critical players who have kneeled a celebration of their right source says the nfl's created controversy by trying to of aidid idea that amd it would still ask people pleased to choose standing does not mean we don't understand that or celebrated ourselves our math says exclusion from the super bowl official program is only amplify their message kris ankarlo kfi news has either way speaking of the nfl we're going to talk with abc's ryan burrow coming up at 520 the president got to give his state of the union address this week and roger goodell the president of the nfl he got to our commissioner i should say he got to give his state of the league address yesterday we'll find out what he had to say about that thousands of people busted for marijuana crimes in san francisco over the past forty three years could have their convictions tossed in response to pot legalization the district attorney's office says it's going to review and resentenced felonies misdemeanors will be dismissed in sealed as fda george gas cone says that the law lost its way by sticking it but let me try to again the law lost its way by stigmatizing pot use has roker park at bork's.

"george gas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"george gas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"If there was any failure in the preparation repressive station in this case the responsibilities wine mina little fine he's putting it on his own shoulders and that's a good thing but then as soon as he did that basically he withdrew that and said that the real problem lies in those people were talking about the case so they the murder happened this case has been used as a political storm it plainly towards politicians encounter goods news the tragedy of this event will for wonderful game san francisco district attorney george gas gone israeli perturb the people use this for political gain i would suppose he'd be more comfortable if none of us had talked about jose unesco sears albatani who had been expelled from this country five times uh and who was the approximate cause of the murder of cates slightly fatally shot met city two years ago out san francisco he apologized the stanley's family and said it's really a shame other people politicized this me translate that for you what that means is those of us who have been concerned about illegal immigration and violent illegal immigrants in this country four from casettes three decades of obama talking about this issue behind microphones baltimore those of us who have that concerns some oh we are at fault for quote politicizing the issue i would imagine guest would've been quite happy if there were no press coverage at all that there be no prospect at all of him being held responsible for a lack of a decent prosecution which is a look you have two choices either there is a horrible prosecution that they blew or the um the jury was so tainted and so disinclined to vote for conviction in the sky in any case that they were the ones who politicized this because there are those who are saying what happened is the jury basically rebuked donald trump that's what this is all about as rebuking donald trump because donald trump ran with a hard line on illegal immigration and donald trump supporters.

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"george gas" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"george gas" Discussed on KGO 810

"Changes the world this is came jio san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of kgon aides say a cumulus station good evening i'm mickey medeiros samper enciso district attorney george gas gone is the bending his office's handling of the case stein lee murder case as as he still believes jose in as garcia's are at a should have been convicted of murder and stanley's 2015 death but he has no regrets over how the case was prosecuted we feel when we still do the we had evidence were murder case if we had a similar case we sent it to us today and i hope that we don't we will proceed very much the same way the williams case a jury rejected the murder charge and convicted garcia's ratail only of being a felon in possession of a guy his attorneys say they're appealing that that conviction several fires burning in southern california have firefighters battling mother nature as well as the flames is correspondent jim rupe a strong santa an wendy van is making it difficult to fight the fires in his homeowners tell us decide whether to flee the fires dope north and a gusty winds blew the fires in several directions almost hopscotching through neighborhoods destroying psalm it's ferrying others feel filth of april the people who lost their houses parable now the not uncommon to get these winds this time of year but with such dry conditions no rain no humidity every day you simply tinderdry an explosive with just the spark there are four major fires burning across southern california no end to the wind until the end of the week at the thomas fire in ventura i'm jim roof anti double the and double acp says president trump should cancel his planned appearance at the opening of a mississippi civil rights museum because of his record on civil rights issues group president and ceo dare johnson calls trump's planned attendance and a front to the veterans of the civil rights movement trump is scheduled to participate in the opening of the museum saturday as part of visit meant to commemorate the.

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