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"george rutherford" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Have to stop pretending that politics is religion. And were fighting over nonsense. I personally where my mask when I go out. I don't know if it's all that effective, but I do wear it When I go out. I just I think it's ah courteous. Toe wear one. And if it will help, you know, just if it'll help one person. Well, then I've done my job. Ah, I don't know how effective it is, and that's why we're having a conversation between a couple of doctors today we're going about and join 1/3. But is talking about masks whether or not they're effective in the way we're doing it and 95 masks make sense to me. They made sense to me when they were telling us that mask don't make a difference. Saw that is a way for everybody to stop buying Mass. So you could get enough at the hospital because it seemed to work at the hospital. But, ah, the masks that, for instance, that I wear that my wife has made and so many people are making Is this? Just the kind of the last hurrah of masks? Does it? Do anything we're talking Tio. We're talking to Dr George Rutherford, Epidemiology professor at UCSF. Do those handmade cotton masks make any difference or a scarf around your face? Yeah, As long as you put it over your nose. It makes a difference. You know people who wear these Underneath their nose. Like there's some, You know, some some half baked bank Robert, you know, work.
"george rutherford" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Way have to stop pretending that politics is religion. And were fighting over nonsense. I personally wear my mask when I go out. I don't know if it's all that effective, but I do wear it When I go out. I just I think it's ah courteous. Toe. Wear one. And if it will help, you know, just evil help one person. Well, then I've done my job. I don't know how effective it is, and that's why we're having a conversation between a couple of doctors today we're going about and join 1/3. But is talking about masks whether or not they're effective in the way we're doing it and 95 masks make sense to me. They made sense to me when they were telling us that mask don't make a difference. Saw that is a way for everybody to stop buying Mass. So you could get enough at the hospital because it seemed to work at the hospital. But, ah, the masks that, for instance, that I wear that my wife has made and so many people are making Is this just? Ah, the kind of Ah, the last hurrah of masks. Does it do anything we're talking to. Ah, we're talking to Dr George Rutherford, Epidemiology professor at UCSF. Do those handmade cotton masks make any difference or a scarf around your face? Yeah, As long as you put it over your nose. It makes a difference that you know people who wear these Underneath their nose. Like there's some, You know, some some half baked bank robber, you know, just work your you inhale and exhale through your nose. So we're trying to do three things were first of all we're trying to protect. People around you. In case you're one of the 40% of people to 60% of people who have asymptomatic infection and don't know it. The second thing we're trying to do is to protect you. And.
"george rutherford" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Just a second. We go to Dr George Rutherford. He's an epidemiology professor at Ah, UCSF. And we welcome him to the program. I want to put all politics aside and just talk about the science of masks. And if even N 95 mask is the right one toe, Where does it make it? Does it make a difference if you're making your own mask? Why should we wear masks? Stock? Thanks for having me on and I hadn't realized your comedian. I'm still laughing about the body after work to get a body like this. I mean your lineup I'd make. Yes, you May I tears running down my face right now, But, um, um so mask, sir. I ask you a very important They're basically what's going to get us out out to the other side of this photo. Recon Get vaccine. Are they more effective instead having everybody stay in their house forever? No, but we can't do that, right. That's not a viable option. Sorry. You know what? So let's talk about the benefits of met. So there's a large science behind this. Um uh, there is. I think some of the most compelling stuff is from Outbreaks that have or have it happened and we could get into all the engineering and, you know, sort of the fancy kind of photography and filtering and all those sorts of things, But there are there are at least a couple of things. I think there were worthwhile Bringing out that your listeners may not have heard of one is right after Springfield, Missouri, reopened. This is in in June. Late May early June, Um on dime, apologize for those who are in the note that I am the sound like my mother talking about hairdressers and beauty parlors. There there, too. To hairdressers, both of whom are symptomatic. Who worked nine ships and ah in a beauty parlor and had 139 clients..
"george rutherford" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"To the normally you exhale and there would be gone for me now You're sort of keeping him in this cup and then to get to your point about this kerchief and the things people are wearing. They've become increasingly Liberalized in the sense that they wouldn't even be called a mask. I mean, it's a scarf, and a lot of people put up and put down their nose is always sticking out. Now become a bad you like you said. If you don't wear maybe you'll get pepper sprayed. If you do where you're complying with the state Edict. Uh, thie. You You talked about the people that are in your practice that came in. There is a sign that we saw. Do we have a picture of this? Sign that we saw of a place restaurant that said, Even if you have a disability, you have to wear a mask here. Well, I mean, if you do have problems, I mean, I wouldn't go there. I mean, the obvious answer is, don't go there. But if more and more people have this, ah, disability of being able to breathe or not breathe because of a mask if this becomes an edict or spreads That's really bad for some people, is it not? You're absolutely right. Glenn. It's terrible. I'm looking at this one patient's chart in the late seventies congestive heart she goes out, probably once a month. Try to get courses. She tried to wear a mask when I walked in to see her in the office or blood pressure is 190. Over 70 0 my gosh. Oh, You know, she just don't breathe very well this mask and he will take the mask off. I needed to have her take the mask off anyway, because I wanted to examine her soldier pharynx your nose in this kind of thing anyway. 10 minutes later. Good blood pressure is down to 1 58/60 This is happening all the time. This is what we do when we overreact and do these knee jerk reflections and take this cookie cutter push. We're always Compelled to find down the road, the unintended consequences. I think Dr Robert Redfield from CDC came out within the last few days and acknowledge that the Populate. Increase in drug overdoses and suicide is no longer populated. It is now effect there seeing the data at the CDC. Well, I've been telling people This is happening. There is more than just the Koven 19 way had another case on article just came out where some cardiologists are seeing 40% less heart attacks and strokes. Then what they've been saying over the trailing three year average. Well, what is the likelihood that we would have a drop in 2020? 40%. It's extremely small, would it probably means is that these cases of if you will stop heart attack congestive heart they're not coming in. Or they're being misdiagnosis. Kogan, 19 deaths or Copan, 19 discharge. There are unintended consequences, which will not stop now. Having said that glint. I don't think this is a sword. I want to die on. I mean, there's so much more that we need to understand and as a policy maker in the Senate I wanted to talk about how damaging lockdowns are and how important it is to get kids back in school, and I'm afraid the questions is sucking the oxygen out of the room. Yeah. I just can't take the fact that we're just meeting each other over the head over this mask thing. We just had to take the politics out of it and then and deal with the science on it, Doctor. Thank you so much. I appreciate everything you're doing and and being willing to speak out Dr Scott Johnson. We go to Dr George Rutherford in just a second. He's kind of on the other side. Not really. I mean, I don't think ah, Dr Jensen was against masks. Eh? Just says Let's let's look at this rationally, eh? So we're going to go to Dr Rutherford here in just a second standby. Glenn back. Hey, whether you're working from home or working on.
"george rutherford" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
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"george rutherford" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"By gunfire. Each of those lives matter. Is For this reason that in selected cities where there has been an upsurge in violent crime, we are stepping up bolstering the activities of our joint anti-crime task force. Friendly I wanted to address a different breakdown in the rule of law that we've witnessed over the past two months in the wake of George, Floyd's death, vile violent rioters and anarchists have hijacked legitimate protests to wreak senseless havoc and destruction on innocent victims. The current situation in Portland is telling example every night for the past two months Amar of hundreds of rioters have laid siege to the federal. Court, House and other nearby federal property. The writers have come equipped for fight. Armed with powerful slingshots, tasers, hammers, saws, knives, rifles, and explosive devices inside the courthouse are relatively small number of federal law. Enforcement personnel charged with defense. WHO The defensive mission. To protect the Court House, what unfolds nightly around the courthouse cannot reasonably be called protests. It is by any objective measure, an assault on the government of the United States. has elected officials of the federal government every member of this committee, regardless of your political views or your feelings about the trump administration station should condemn violence against federal officers and the destruction of federal property. Thank you MR chairman. And I appreciate your. Listening for me, the areas of concern in your opening statement and I'm looking forward to addressing them all. So. He is now going to go through the questions I think a long form view of this which if Jason is still on anything, surprising there or any big bombshells there I don't think Do you know no, no, I the going. What's do earlier about this dump for them to attack them and I think that shows how desperate they truly are there at the bottom of the barrel, because they are absolutely terrified, they're terrified of about to come out I. The coup than the cover up and Jim Jordan I was like I. was I was up in my chair at that moment just cheering him on because everything he laid out exactly why bar sitting in that chair right now. Let. Yet is and we'll see if it does come out it. It has to come out at this point, but we'll see. How does I doubt it? Will all of it today? But some of it may spill out, and we'll have a digestive this on radio program and don't forget. There's a couple of things. Silence equals death, but now they're silencing people for all of reasons. Yesterday there was a group of. Of Doctors. America's frontline doctors that went on facebook and twitter and Youtube and they made a viral video and it has been completely scrubbed. I ever even seen the video. I tried to watch it this morning and it was gone. I, don't know if. I agree with with it or not I don't like the fact that videos are being scrubbed. And they have scrubbed this one. You can't find it anywhere. We have reached out and we have gotten the video and we have it now behind the Pay Wall at blaze TV. We have one of the doctors is going to be on our program tomorrow night on Wednesday. which is all about how media attacking trump is put our children in danger. It is a special deadly lies and one of those doctors that has been silenced everywhere is going to be joining us tomorrow night. You don't WanNa miss it only on blaze TV. If you are a subscriber, you can watch that I think it's already up. If not, it'll be up an hour, so. But you'll be able to watch that if you're not a subscriber, join us go to blaze. TV DOT COM Slash Glenn. Use the Promo Code Glenn Ge, and N and you'll save ten percent on your first year of subscribing to blaze TV a lot going on today more in just a minute..
"george rutherford" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"So the House subcommittee where they're looking to impeach William Bar. It's going to go nowhere. They have been listening now for the last about six minutes. They have been listening to and watching videotape of the mostly peaceful protests around the country. And let's just say they weren't peaceful. You would do be hard. Pressed to tell the difference between that and the Gaza Strip, and that is. Jerry Nadler. Has It just are as just finishing up introducing and swearing in now? Attorney General William Bar It's. Lean well, let's Let's take the swearing in and the beginning of his testing sector. Attorney General Bar received as a being Ma from Columbia. University and a J D from George Washington University School of law. We welcomed the Attorney General, and we thank him for participating today now. If you would please rise, begin by swearing you in. You raise your right hand, please. Do you swear or affirm under penalty of perjury that the testimony we're about to give shoe incorrect to the best of your knowledge, information and belief help you God. Let the record show the witnesses answered in the affirmative. Thank you and please be seated. Please note that your written statement will be entered into the record in its entirety accordingly I. Ask that you summarize your testimony in five minutes to help you stay within that time. There was a timing light on your table when the light switches from. One Minute to conclude your testimony. When you start! Five minutes have expired Mr. Bar you may begin. Good Morning Chairman ranking member Jordan. Pleased to be here this morning. On behalf of the Department of Justice I, WanNa, pay my respects to your colleague Congressman John, Lewis and indomitable champion of civil rights and the rule of law. I think it is especially important to today. That he pursued his caused passionately and successfully with unwavering commitment to nonviolence. As I said my confirmation hearing the Attorney General has a unique obligation. He holds entrust the fair and impartial administration of Justice. Must ensure that there is one standard of justice applies to everyone equally, and the criminal cases are handled evenhandedly based on the law and the facts and with. Without regard to political or Considerations and I can tell you that I've handled criminal matters that have come to me for decision. In this way, the president has not attempted to interfere in these decisions on the contrary. He has told me from the start that he expects me to exercise my independent judgement to make whatever call I think is right, and that is precisely what I've done. Indeed is precisely because I feel complete freedom to do what I think is right. That induced me to serve once again as attorney general. As you just said Mr, chairman I served as attorney general under President George. H W Bush, and after that I spent many years in the corporate world I'm almost seventy years old, I was almost seventy years old him while being happily into retirement. I had nothing to prove, and I had no desire to return to government. Had No prior relationship with president trump. Let me. Turn briefly to the several pressing issues of the day. The horrible killing of George Floyd Minneapolis understandably. Jar The whole country and force us to reflect longstanding issues in the nation. Those issues obviously relate to the relationship between law enforcement and the African, American community. Keeping our history, it's understandable that among black Americans, there's some ambivalence and often distrust stored the police until just last fifty years ago. Or so our laws were institute and institutions were explicitly racist, explicitly discriminatory. It was not until the sixties that the civil rights movement finally succeeded in tearing down the Jim, Crow Edifice our laws finally came to formally embodied the guarantee of equal protection, and since then the work of securing civil rights has rightly focused on reforming institutions to ensure they better conform to our laws into our aspirations. That work it's important to acknowledge has been increasingly successful. Police today are far more diverse than they've ever been. And there are both more black police chiefs and more black officers in the ranks, well, though the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police was a shocking event. The fact is that these events are fortunately quite rare. According to statistics compiled by The Washington Post the number of unarmed black men killed by police so far this year is eight. The number of on armed white men killed by police over the same period of time is eleven. and. The overall numbers of police shootings have been decreasing. Nevertheless every instance of excessive force is unacceptable and must be addressed appropriately through legal process, as is happening now in Minneapolis, but apart from the numbers I think these events strike a deep chord in the black community because they are. Perceived as stations deeper, lingering concern that it encounters with police, blacks will not be treated even-handedly. They were not be given the benefit of the doubt. It'll be treated with greater suspicion Senator Tim Scott has recounted the numerous times. He's been justifiable, pulled over on Capitol Hill, and is one prominent black professional in Washington said to me African Americans. Often field treated as suspects. I citizens second and I think these concerns are legitimate at. The same time I think it would be an oversimplification to treat. The problem is rooted in some deep seated racism, generally infecting our police departments. It seems far more likely that the problem stems from a complex mix of factors which can be addressed with focused attention over time and we in law enforcement must be conscious of the concerns and ensure that we do not have two systems of justice. Unfortunately. Some have chosen to respond to George Floyd's death, and far less productive way by demonizing the police, promoting slogans like all cops are. And making grossly irresponsible program up proposals to fund the police, the demonization of the police, not only unfair and inconsistent with principals. All people should be treated. Individuals put gravely injurious to me her city communities. When communities turned on and pillory the police officers naturally become more risk averse and crime rates so. Unfortunately, we are seeing that now. In many our cities, the threat to black lives post by crime on the streets, massively greater than any threat posed by police misconduct. The leading cause of death for young black males is homicide. Every year. Approximately seventy five hundred black Americans are victims of homicide mass, vast majority of them around ninety percent or killed by other blacks mainly.
"george rutherford" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"To become national security advisor to the President of the United States Michael Flynn. They can't have him hanging around. 'cause he'll figure it out, so they decide to go. After Michael Flynn three-star general served our country for over three decades, and we know they went after him, because they told us that to bill precept head of counterintelligence. At the FBI the day they interview Flynn, January twenty, four, twenty, seventeen, his notes. Say What? What's our goal to get Flynn to live, so we can prosecute him or to get him fired. Think about what the Obama Biden Doj what their administration did. In the last month the last month they were in power January fourth. The agents investigating Flynn want to drop the case. Komi tells them no January. Fifty had the now famous meeting in the oval. Office Obama Bide Rice Komi. All of them are in there. They're plotting their strategy how they're going to get Flynn January six. Komi goes up to trump tower briefs president-elect trump. On the dossier that they already know was false just so they can leak it to the press, and the press will right the story that briefed President on the dossier, and then of course, January twenty four th the day they go set up Michael Flynn. Set Up Michael Flynn in his interview. Guess what else they did guess what else they did between election day and inauguration day. That two months, I'm guess what else they did. Thirty eight people forty. Nine Times Unmasked Michael Flynn's name. Komi Clapper Brennan. Biden seven people at the Treasury Department. Unmasked Michael Flynn's name for goodness. Sake. And of Course Flynn Resigns on February Thirteenth Flynn Resigns on February thirteenth now the cover up is complete. Flynn's gone everything's fine. They think until may ninth. Twenty seventeen when president trump fires Jim, call me. Now they've got a problem again. The Guy who was going to keep it all quiet? He's been fired now. How do they continue to cover up real simple Jim Komi leaks is memos with the express purpose of getting a special counsel appointed to investigate something they already know is not true. And that's exactly what happened. We get two years one thousand nine hundred forty ages, five hundred wins, twenty hundreds of ended thirty million cost to the taxpayer, and they come back with nothing absolutely nothing. And so all they got left. is to attack the attorney general who had the courage to state truce? Right from the get go the first time he testifies after he's confirmed. You guys attacking every day every week. And now you filed articles of impeachment against him. It's ridiculous. He had the courage to do what no one else would do at the Justice Department. Sally Yates wouldn't call it spying. Jeff sessions wouldn't do it Rod Rosenstein wouldn't do it. Chris Weight Ratios Heck isn't going to do it. So Mr Turn I want to thank you. For having the courage to call it what it was spying I'm going to thank you for having the courage to say we're GONNA. Get the politics out of the Department of Justice. That was there in the previous administration. And maybe most importantly, we're GONNA. Talk about this in our side one questioning. I want to thank you for defending law enforcement. For pointing out, what a crazy idea! This defunding police! Policy whatever you WANNA call, it is. An standing up for the rule of law and Franklin. We have video we want to show. That gets right to this point. We played that video. Okay. That is the opening statement from Jim? Jordan. I thought an excellent statement. GonNa, pause his testimony. It should be another three four minutes away, but we don't want you to miss any of it. Bill bars testimony in front of the House. Who to impeach him? Coming up in a second yeah. It's still is the new normal in Washington. Is the Glenn Beck Program. So I WANNA. Tell you about Jenny she She lives in Texas and as you have remarked on a show a few times before. We kind of make a different sort of people here. In Texas there are a lot tougher jenny so tough. She survived being hit by a car while she was out walking about a year ago, she was injured especially in her lower back and legs, but she survived, and over the course of the past year she had tremendous pain as she tried to get back to normal life. Fortunately, she listens to my show. She heard about relief factor. She tried everything she could think of. And then she decided to give this a try. Within weeks, the lower back pain began to melt away, and the rest of it followed her range of motion returned. She was soon as good as new. Jenny got life back. I got my life back you can to. Thank you so much for listening and thank you for trying it. It's relief factor. Go there now. Seventy percent of the people who.
"george rutherford" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"All Right? We need to get Jason on. And? We're GONNA. Jason I, want you to really pay attention to a bar and tell us what's important if I miss anything. William Bar is going to be tested testifying here shortly. Can we bring up the audio so just so here it? In the background he is, he's been right, but we're not going to be held. He's being brought in because of. The investigation that he is doing They now say he has absolutely no credibility and he's just upon era puppet for Donald this this has been delayed because Jerry. Nadler had an accident on the way in nobody was hurt. He wasn't driving so they had to delay it but here's a guy at the head of the committee. That that says that that ANTIFA or ANTIFA is a hoax is not even real. Talking to William Bar. he's about to start here in a second jason any thoughts going in and what we should be watching for. I think the Democrats are gonNA. Come pretty strong on criticizing Operation Legend that's the operation that the trump administration was using to to employ federal law enforcement and to some of these cities like. PORTLAND, Seattle places like that where they just out of control and the Democrats refused to act They're going to criticize him on that. Their argument is going to be that. It's just a political stunt for Donald Trump's campaign and you'll. You'll see this theme. Go throughout the entire time while the Democrats talking because they want to go to paint bar as a political operative in the attorney general's Position everything you're doing. which I have never seen such theater in my life Okay Goes Adler This is of the community anytime. We we, welcome. Everyone to this morning's hearing on oversight of the Department of Justice. I Apologize. For beginning the hearing late as many of you know I was in a minor. Car Accident. On the way in this morning. Everyone is fine. Except perhaps the car. But it did cause significant delay. I thank the Attorney General in the members. For their patients and their flexibility and We will now begin, but before we begin I want to acknowledge. I went to note that we are joined. This morning by the Distinguished Majority Leader, the gentlemen from Maryland Mr Wire leader Hoyer has long recognized the need for vigorous congressional oversight of the executive branch. Under both parties, and we appreciate his presence today as we question the Attorney General. Before we begin I would like to remind members that we have established an email address and distribution list. Dedicated to circulating exhibits, motions, or other materials materials that members might want to offer as part of our hearing today. If you would like to submit materials, please send them to the email address that has been previously distributed to your offices, and we will circulate the materials to members and staff. As quickly as we can, I would also remind all members. The guidance from the Office of attending physician say that face coverings are required for meetings in an enclosed space such as this committee hearing, I expect all members on both sides of the aisle to wear a mask except when you are speaking I will now recognize myself for an opening statement. Thank you for being here. Mr Bar. According to the Congressional Research Service this is the first time you of appeared before the House Judiciary, committee. Both during your first ten years. Attorney General Thirty. Years ago. And during your current service in the trump administration welcome. One hundred fifty years ago last month in the aftermath of the civil war congress, created the Department of Justice. We did so with two missions in mind. I, we wanted to replace a system of party spoils with a core of professional government attorneys. Yes. These attorneys would be supervised by the Attorney General. And yes, the attorney general would remain a political appointee, but it's hard. The department would rely on a foundation of professionals dedicated to the impartial administration of the law and the unbiased system of justice. Said Eric Holder established the Department of Justice to enforce the nation's first civil rights laws after the civil war. From that moment on, it became army and I'm GonNa break because we can hear him talk all day long. We've already heard it. He's on CNN. He has a room to to chat. I'm going to do a commercial here because I don't want to interrupt Bob. Barr if if if we if we don't have to. Let me tell you about our sponsor. It is gold line if you are not paying attention to what is happening to gold and the dollar right now. The dollar took another hit. Gold is up over two thousand dollars now. Silver has doubled in price. I think it's twenty five dollars an ounce now for silver. If you can't afford gold, try silver. But. 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"george rutherford" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"What you're about to hear is the fusion of entertainment and enlightenment. Have to Jason. Them. All right. Thank you so much. We are going to go to Capitol Hill in just a second Jerry Nadler has brought William Bar in front of the House Committee. They're thinking about impeaching bar now. Bar Apparently has some explosive things. He's going to be He's going to be revealing here in just a few minutes or giving preview to will give you that and so much more this hour. Including something that has been entirely banned from the Internet. Everyone has taken down. We don't believe in the Suppression of Free Speech. So today we have everything that has been taken down, and we are putting it behind the pay wall so you you can see it for yourself, and you can decide about masks in hydroxy, chloroquine and everything else. We will get into that as well all this hour. We begin in sixty seconds. So Kurt Road. Any says I love. Shea secret I can shave quickly and easily with no cuts. I'm not gonNA use anything else ever again. shave. Secret is the best shave ever? It's an essential oil that comes in a very small bottle. Once you once you shave with it. You throw a couple of drops of shaving product on your on your hands. And Shave secret into a wet palm, and you massage it in your face. That's it shave away eliminates all the shaving him irritations in most people, it feels great on your skin. It smells amazing, and it will replace all of the ridiculous. Foams Gels, and the now with twelve blades. Any of that you need shave secret for the closest shave ever hundred percent natural easy to use compact great for travel, one hundred percent made in the USA, and it's backed by one hundred percent money-back guarantee, so don't miss out. Get it today. Shave secret available regionally at Heb, Wegmans Walmart, and Amazon,.
"george rutherford" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Tell you this. I. Don't know WHO's behind this. People say Soros, people say it's Ted Wheeler maybe city council. But there's collusion at the highest level. There was a flash protests that that alpert apart that garnered between six to ten thousand people. And Glenn. went to go march back from North Portland into the main city. The main bridge to get this city if people don't other large river. There's conveniently no cars the area. There were no cars on the bridge, but there were no police presence. There was no there was nobody around blocking. Somehow in highly highly populated dense city, like Portland on one of the major bridges, which includes a railway to traffic. Six Ten thousand people. You know random protest and I barely found out a couple of hours before. We're able to track over river. We got any traffic or interference. There is collusion from the highest levels in the city down to individuals to stage events that I'm confident are continuing to force trump's hand to put federal agents furthered further outside of the courthouse. Restrict police from getting involved, and they make allocation allow more and more protested writers to get in so that trump's. Officers are forced to push large crowds further and further away from Goldie so that they can call him a fascist, and this is a political move and Ted Wheeler than they are is using his citizens as cannon fodder, and he's manipulating them when their political leaning as victims, or I should say as tokens victims for the media, and it is so sad to see. A mayor abused his power. and not keep his citizens safe in order to. They hate him to make the president look bad. I hate. They WANNA kill. They want to hear me dead. They talk about killing him and they argue early chant very. Aggressive things that I cannot mention here, but he that's why he, but he doesn't care like he is. So I am this is not speculation I. have watched dafter day as the Portland police get less and less power jurisdiction, and that forces federal agents to move further and further I mean within five seconds I counted twelve projectiles that landed upon to. Agents behind Senses Glenn, I'm an for a man. I don't have kids, but had to you and your listeners. And I'll be completely honest. If you're a man on, even if you're under federal orders, you will not sit by and put your life in jeopardy while extremists terrorist attack you, it's not about federal property at a certain point of the night. It becomes men and women, protecting their life from death and from harm, and when people are throwing explosives when people are throwing hard objects and Nice at you. You are not going to just sit around, and they have to come out of the courthouse. It becomes a moment of desperation for their own livelihood it for their own ability to make it to the next day and if they go out into the street. Some time after twelve. Conveniently what happens, I catch footage of a woman getting arrested. But what does the new? York Post after all of this happens after a Molotov cocktail after explosives happen, and they have to come out and make arrests. What do they post from all of my footage from the night? It's one selectively edited clip of the water and saying I cannot. Please hurting me. Getting arrested with a title that says federal agents put me on the back of a protest or arresting her screaming. I can't breathe. It is a disinformation manipulation campaign. Between the medium fake media, the rioters and The government and one one of the organizers from the event screamed this and I'll end with this. He screamed out and daily caller got my back to confirm this. He said scribes that t h S. this is a propaganda game and were winning, and it is a propaganda game and I'm telling you what unfortunately they are winning. All right hang on just a second, because I want to come back, and just to have you answer one question. People think that this is going away after the election or that. If Biden wins, it will go away. I think this has just begun. It's going to be worse in November and worse in December and January and March especially if Joe. Biden winds, but I'd like to get your opinion on. That will go go back to Elijah Schaefer here in just a minute. You can find him at a blaze, TV dot, com, and all of this stuff on the blaze all right. Wayne lives in Kansas Rugby player there for twenty years didn't even know you know they played rugby in in Kansas, but you know not up on these things. 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"george rutherford" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
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Global coronavirus cases top 9 million
"The United States is not the only country seeing a significant increase in corona virus cases KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross tells us the number of cases soaring around the entire globe the sheer volume of Kobe nineteen cases is what's striking says Dr George Rutherford director of the prevention and public health group at UCSF ribbons through this out twice with the rise and fall case to China the rise and fall cases in Europe and now this continuous rise in the Americas and also Russia and India it see how truly alarming the World Health Organization is warning countries against making the pandemic a political issue and Rutherford says that with so many cases what the demand for vaccines is going to be difficult to demand for therapeutics will be as we get better and better with our therapeutics we would like to appreciate it as many cases as possible so there's really enough to go around more than nine million confirmed cases of coronavirus infection have been reported around the world
Churchgoer potentially exposed 180 others to COVID-19
"Many people are itching to get outside and socialize especially as the weather gets warmer around the country but there's a fight to contain the virus corona virus still very much in full force and parts of southern California for instance the number of infections and deaths are relatively flat but as people gather health officials are saying new hot spots and spikes in the number of cases for more on California's efforts to contain the virus we have doctor George Rutherford via Skype he's an epidemiologist at the university of California San Francisco welcome Dr thank you so much well Dr let's start with the numbers a new deaths in California he stayed basically flat at about seventy a day up from a glance at the chart it looks like we're not seeing a steep decline in infections a California took a proactive approach in shutting down cities and implementing social distancing measures very early on why aren't we seeing better results well it's because transmissions on going and these deaths are occurring among people who are infected probably two to three weeks before and you know it's as long as there's ongoing transmission will continue to see deaths now it is black it's not going up and that's heartening but we would really like to see it coming down why is there on going transmission there's ongoing transmission I think first and foremost among people who live in large households and sold large multi generational families work passes from one person to another to another to another and it just keeps going also people get it when they go outside and especially if they're not wearing masks and if they're going into places where people are too close together and then finally we see a few cases among essential workers still and all of all of this in many ways is interconnected because when you talk about essential workers many of them may live in homes with lots of family members are intergenerational family members as you mentioned at the beginning as one of the complications to the stay at home order yes absolutely and and so these things do like together but to the extent that we can disentangle them and limit transmission outside of the home that's what's gonna take to get us down to a handful of cases this summer and moving from the governor stage two to the governor stage three re opening I mentioned southern California the state is not homogeneous and southern California seems to be doing worse than northern California why is that well to start with it's bigger I think the other thing probably that's going on is that at least compared to the bay area the rest of the state which include southern California went to a shelter in place orders about four days later and in southern California it really didn't seem like it sunk in until the following Monday so was almost six days later which represents at least one if not two generations of transmission of the virus of the chains of transmission or longer they're more cases by the time we went to a shelter in place order I think the other thing is are probably more introductions into southern California than there were in northern California you mean people coming into the state correct both from Asia but in Los Angeles print particular from Europe we know several chains of transmission that were tied to people coming from areas in Europe where there had been transmission that was a real big problem in New York with hundreds of new introductions from overseas I also want to ask you about something else their concerns that some of the rule counties are now moving further and to re opening and that they just don't have enough testing so some of those counties re opening are doing five to ten tests per one thousand people that's according to the LA times is that enough no I don't think so I think you know the governor's goal is to be able to have two hundred test per ten thousand people per day a lot of these cars are very small you know that they're gonna be able to get away with with fewer tests but on a per capita basis it should be about the same level and so I think that's something that needs to be worked on going forward now the chan Zuckerberg bio hub at university of California San Francisco is testing specimens for any local health department from anywhere in California so there is capacity for testing if they want to get the specimens down to San Francisco you know I mentioned earlier that we are saying some spikes and in southern California in particular we're hearing about these events where a single person can infect many others in Pasadena for instance officials traced a cluster of cases to a woman coughing at a birthday party what do you take away from that I mean there's also mother's day services in northern California Butte county that may have exposed a hundred and eighty people is it just impossible to have gatherings until we have a vaccine I think that's a fair way of thinking about it yes it's impossible to have gatherings unless people have masks on and they're outside and they're socially distance which seems like none of those conditions and get them back by either of the events you're citing you know it's just too dangerous you know you hope that they're no mortality from either of these events but it's playing with fire and you know we understand that people want to be able to get back to the life they used to leave you just can't happen quite yet I think that there's a really great example from Hong Kong which has had you know several thousand cases but only four deaths what they're doing is everybody wears masks and I think that the whole idea of wearing masks is what's going to get us out of this lease out out of it until we get to a
Getting it right: States struggle with contact tracing push
"For us what it is that this contract tracing work in tales I mean this is a this is a pretty old approach to public health is it not you know not as if you think nineteen thirty seven as older not all prospective song perspective right this is been used primarily for sexually transmitted diseases it was originally designed for circles control but as we use it for HIV but we also use it for tuberculosis measles other things like that as well so the idea is that what we're trying to do is identify people who are infected or who may become infected and who are excreting virus shedding virus and those who have been exposed and may turn and may become fully infected and start to excrete virus so that's two groups those are were infected and those were been exposed so when someone is reported with covert nineteen infection from the labs are from their doctors are they self report someone from the city will call them and say you know we're sorry about your diagnosis do you need anything you know symptoms you need to have a hospital that kind of stuff got a case management and then they'll say we need to talk to you about your people with whom you pay cut in a contact the last five days or whatever the period of time is it's kind of defined by what your symptoms began at an all state will I need to know the people with whom you've come in contact and got it for how long and what sorts of contact so if we think that they're a close contact that they've been in close enough contact to actually become infected will say okay what we think you need to go get a test and so the test they would go get a test we would follow up with them find out whether the test was positive or negative the test is positive they're a case and they have to go into isolation until there are no longer infectious no longer contagious which is about eight days from the onset of symptoms clearly you can't tell people just gonna shut the door and good luck and also will open at fourteen days and see what's going on yet to be in daily contact with people a lot of people need to have things arranged someone can't shelter camp stay at home they don't have extra bedrooms they're they're living for people to up to a household are they might have to you know if it's a it's a wage earner in a family and that person goes into goes into isolation somebody has to make sure there's money for the family and that there's food and as well as for the prisoners in isolation but also for the family and the governor has brought in a weight support program where people have to go into isolation and contact which isolation and quarantine which the city is also supplemented so there's a fair amount of social service part on the back and for people who are actually have to go into isolation or or or quarantine but the idea here is that instead of finding someone has been exposed and treating them with the drug which is how we do it with with us support us or tuberculosis or with a vaccine just how we deal with measles here the the treatment is to get out of circulation so they made themselves they made them selves not get treatment depending on the severity of their disease point is is that we're limiting their ability to transmit the virus to other people so with the end of shelter in place this become as children play starts to wind down this becomes kind of our first line of defense against a transmission it's interesting calling in on the first line of defense again we're speaking on KCBS in depth to doctor George Rutherford who is a epidemiologist with UC San Francisco helping to lead up an effort to train more contact tracers in California so when it comes to the training that is taking place what does it take to be a good contact tracer and how do you train somebody I understand that the course that you you you mentioned some of its in person some of it's gonna be online it's something like a twenty hour training course what it take to make somebody able to do this work right so they have to be able to talk to people they have to be not afraid to call people up and and talk them through this I and I think it's ever since we've done a pretty good job the mayor's been great about talking about it and so people are just you know people are surprised when the calls come more last so it's you know that's the you know that's the big thing is getting your foot in the door talking to him understood having our understand we're trying to do what's in it for them right no more transmission the family number transmission of friends you know you get a diagnosis you're able to you're able to have your income supported while you're gone so that's you know that that's the important part is to get them yes past the first sentence and be able to talk to them talk through all the the issues what needs to happen next so the training is first of all understanding the biology of the disease and epidemiology of the disease a lot of the social aspects of that brings up you know this is as you as I think we're all aware we have haves and have nots in our society and this this disease has yet again emphasize those divides so that's an important thing for everybody to be really clear about we also do role plays a apps that sample scripts that people can work from in smaller workgroups hi and then we'll look over people's shoulders as they're making calls the look over our shoulders we'll do one together and then we'll we will look over their shoulders while they make them and at the end of twenty hours there actually you know quite competent at doing this I'm I'm kind of curious and and I I don't want to cut this to come off as a criticism or being impetuous and anyway but obviously everybody is very eager to come out of this like down as quickly as possible and obviously we have known that this is a need for some time now why is this something that's coming off the ground right now was we were there it is just help us understand that you know the difficulties in getting something this monumental up and running sure well we've been doing in San Francisco for four weeks just to give you my first things first things first so this was recognized early on by the department of public health and Dr Colfax and Dr Oregon and we you know we we with their help we yeah and you know it as a joint effort we pushed it down the roadway and got it launched and you know I've been doing this now for four weeks and have a lot of the the Kinks knocked out of it coming forward a lot of counties have been doing a little bit of this but not a lot they don't know where the work force is coming from the county all the county or most of the counties not the little counties but most of the big counties at people who do this for a living they do it for STD control they do it for tuberculosis control you do a premiumization programs the server standard public health programs but they're just not very many of them so in San Francisco for instance when this started your ten people doing this we were doing the case investigations and then trying to follow up on the context we've added a hundred and forty people to that so just to give you an idea of the numbers and so this ten thousand people that the governor talks about that's the
"george rutherford" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Suits as they were on fire from the blast of fire truck across the street was black and from the heat four of the firefighters are in critical condition but all eleven who were injured are expected to survive fire chief says it happened in a vicious business that makes vaping supplies the cause of the fire and explosion is still under investigation back to the bay area and the coronavirus hospitalizations across the bay area due to covet nineteen are on the decline these days KCBS reporter Melissa choros tells us well that is good news one expert says we need to continue to be vigilant in our efforts to slow the spread of the corona virus the number of bay area hospitalizations due to cope in nineteen is down overall even though we did pick up a bit in the middle of this week only to fall again UCSF epidemiology professor George Rutherford says we can keep that downward trend going by wearing masks or face coverings when we leave home most people should be wearing masks outside this should certainly be wearing masks when they go into stores and the public places we know from China that most of the transmission took place indoors and so that's were concentrating on but there's nothing to say that it can't occur outdoors as well Rutherford believes the declining hospitalization numbers can be attributed to stay at home orders and social distancing measures that have been in place since March he adds that in addition to wearing masks we can help in the fight against Kobe nineteen by getting flu shots when they're available later this year taking influenza off the board to clear the emergency departments to clear the hospitals from people who have influenza is going to be very very important to maintain hospital capacity Rutherford says development of a Kobe nineteen vaccine is necessary for us to return to life as we knew it before the pandemic Melissa call Ross KCBS word Shakil o'neil span on the NBA returning to play we'll find out in sixty seconds total.
"george rutherford" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Be vigilant in our efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus the number of bay area hospitalizations due to cope in nineteen is down overall even though we did pick up a bit in the middle of this week only to fall again UCSF epidemiology professor George Rutherford says we can keep that downward trend going by wearing masks or face coverings when we leave home most people should be wearing masks outside this should certainly be wearing masks when they go into stores and the public play a source we know from China that most of the transmission took place indoors and so that's were concentrating on but there's nothing to say that it can't occur outdoors as well Rutherford believes the declining hospitalization numbers can be attributed to stay at home orders and social distancing measures that have been in place since March he adds that in addition to wearing masks we can help in the fight against Kobe nineteen by getting flu shots when they're available later this year taking influenza off the board to clear the emergency departments to clear the hospitals from people who have influenza is going to be very very important to maintain hospital capacity Rutherford says development of a Kobe nineteen vaccine is necessary for us to return to life as we knew it before the pandemic Melissa call Ross KCBS many of Marin county's parks and trails are expected to open in the coming week after the county public health officer lifted some of the current parking restrictions yesterday so this order goes into effect Monday and it will allow the counties towns and cities to permit parking at public parks and trail heads as they see fit some are high touch park amenities like benches and barbecue pits will remain closed what happens when you get an NBA players big Shaq saying you should cancel the season Kevin's got the details coming up in three minutes in sports on KCBS what do you get when you take two of nature's most heart friendly superfoods grape seed extract and beats and combine them into one delicious soft you introducing super beats choose just to super beats.
UCSF Launches Statewide Contact Tracing Training Program
"This week we've been hearing about the need to boost so called contact tracing before we can lift the lockdown now KCBS reporter Keith Menconi tells us about a new statewide effort aimed at training thousands of civil servants each week to carry out this work state health authorities are partnering with UC San Francisco it to launch a program re training civil servants to carry out the difficult work of contact tracing that is tracing the recent contacts of those who have tested positive for code nineteen point is is that we're limiting their ability to transmit the virus to other people UCSF professor of epidemiology Dr George Rutherford is helping to lead the effort he explains the twenty hour training program will prepare the staffers for the many phone calls and interviews that are needed to carry out this contact tracing work they have to be not afraid to call people up and well and talk them through this state figures suggest local health departments throughout California now I have about three thousand contact tracers but governor Newsom wants to search that number many times over hence the need for this training but this will bring another large group on top of that for people from other parts of civil service who can you know get to really time intensive jobs done the first class of five hundred started
"george rutherford" Discussed on KCBS All News
"That was Wednesday with more than a hundred fatalities here in the bay area the toll continues to climb as well but when it comes to hospital bed capacity in a key indicator for health experts watching to see how far the virus's spread we may be past the worst if you really want to look for it was probably on April thirteenth in the bay area and that's or maybe even earlier by UCSF epidemiologist George Rutherford says despite the stability there are still major sources for concern including the bay area's many nursing homes and homeless shelters which remain hot spots of transmission just by virtue of the fact that there are a lot of people together you know once it once the case is introduced to can go fairly quickly so even as the state begins to take its first tentative steps back towards re opening Rutherford warns moving too fast could be dangerous this will come back quickly Keith Menconi KCBS a morning standoff between police and a person with a gun in a center the neighborhood ended with the arrest of sergeant Brenda Harrington with the Santa Rosa police department says it started just after midnight near Ripley street and armory drive when somebody called police to say their neighbor had threatened with a gun after the victim had knocked on their door to confront them about yelling coming from the house as the victim was walking away from the house the suspect shot several times the victim was not injured and the suspect went back inside of this house the swat team and crisis negotiators were called the suspect was arrested after a roughly five hour standoff Kevin's back with sports coming up in three minutes here KCBS well we adapt to the new normal children auto body is committed to help maintain a sense of normalcy all twelve children autobody locations remain.
States partly reopen, despite health officials' warnings
"CVS health when he takes the first tentative steps toward opening back up health experts are warning that there's a risk of the covert nineteen and it still remains here's more from Keith Menconi there are some promising signs for the bay area among them says UCSF epidemiologist George Rutherford hospital bed capacity it's a key indicator of the virus is spread and it seems to be holding steady never the less he says this could come back in a heartbeat this is not the time for a victory lap and while California has yet to experience an infection surge similar to what occurred in the most hard hit states this past week saw California's highest one day death toll yet the troubling told the reflection of the continuing high transmission rates in many congregate living facilities part of it is day to day what's going on without breaks in nursing homes and homeless shelters which really exaggerate those peaks and valleys of of of nuclear when you look at charts of new infections so rather for device as officials consider when to begin lifting the lockdown with caution we got to be careful about about going back to
Remdesivir, convalescent plasma treatments showing promise in the fight against Coronavirus
"There's promising news about a drug developed by Gilead sciences of foster city to treat the coronavirus the bio pharma website stat reports promising results of ram does appear KCBS is Margie Shafer reports antibody tests are also on the horizon UCSF is working closely with Stanford on antibody test research says UCSF director of division of prevention and public health doctor George Rutherford the market is flooded with antibody test summer gonna be good it's summer going to be job and then they have all the university's doing their home for is for research purposes Struthers says the market needs to shake out and that false positive and negative issues are huge especially if someone wants to make an assumption of the unity with it which I would not do until we get that straightened out but if you say oh I'm positive I mean me and I don't have to wear a mask in the intensive care unit on that's not a good idea you should be taken out to the to the bank for people who believe they were infected he suggests waiting until may when there will be a better understanding of how well these tests performed
"george rutherford" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Seen as the bay area and the state of California work to flatten the coronavirus curve this as some models are now showing the peak of the virus is hitting this week or may have already passed for KCBS news anchor Susan Lee Taylor spoke with Dr George Rutherford UCSF professor of epidemiology and biostatistics do you agree with these latest signs it just within the last few days we had some model showing that the peak in California may not arrive until may yeah I think that that I think it's much more likely that we're going to be seeing the peak here this week maybe believe I don't think we've been we're past it but it would be I think we'll see it this week their models are based on lots of different assumptions and lots of different and lots of different data inputs the ones that San Francisco is using are using is are based on the hospital bed days that are being used and that's what we're really worried about it we're gonna have enough hospital beds and I suspect that we'll see the peak of utilization early to mid week this week you know most of the coronavirus curves that we've seen have been perfectly bell shaped is that what you were expecting us to see in the coming days and weeks no not at all I think we they're perfectly bell shaped if you don't do anything we've got a ton I will point out that if you start back with the two point two million deaths in the United States that's four hundred that's I'm sorry that's forty four thousand in the bay area yeah we've had I don't know what the number is a hundred and sixty something I don't have the number right at my fingertips but it's less than the it's less than two hundred yeah that's I mean that's a remarkable achievement because that's what we would have been what it was had we done nothing so the curve is gonna have a long tail out to the right now we're going to continue to see cases sporadically I would assume through the summer what we're hoping is that we're not going to be C. outbreaks and and serve hot spots of transmission and that's why we have contact racing in place but putting it into place defense to offense and respond exactly that those situations so you're saying that our bell shape will have a long tail on it what does that long tail means for re opening the economy and life getting back to what many of us think of it as normal I I think it probably has not a ton to do with it obviously there's going to be a little bit of circulation and that's why we have contact tracing as a principal a strategy for containing the virus so I you know I don't think it's gonna figure heavily into the governor's decisions but I do think is that we have demonstrated the transmission is very low the case counts are actually in San Francisco there was eighty five yesterday but I think that may be a consequence of the homeless shelter operated maybe a little bit of delay tested because Easter Sunday they want to see what it is over the next few days but I suspect that we're going to see declining numbers of new cases and peacocks politic utilization this week you know Dr Rutherford there there are so many stories and reports out these days it it's just an avalanche of information but one of the recent ones that I've seen is that while we may not be sheltering in place some have suggested that we made need to maintain social distancing well into next year maybe even in the twenty twenty two what are your thoughts on that I think that we will definitely need to maintain some sort of social distancing over the next year until we can really get a vaccine up and fully get the population police accident it's going to just take too long it's just too much of a chance to back away from social distancing too soon now we can back up with gradually over the summer and into fall yeah but we're talking about things like mass gatherings so we're talking about things like older people continue to shelter in place you have to figure out how we're going to look at the schools back up and going all those things are going to be sort of small experiments and as we do and if we see that license that we're gonna have to do something more if we see that remaining lower than we can take off the next layer of kind of of social distancing that is doctor George Rutherford UCSF.
"george rutherford" Discussed on KCBS All News
"It we've been talking on the KCBS ring central news lined with doctor George Rutherford he's director of prevention and public health at UCSF we go to three fifty for some money one Wall Street rallied late in the day to cut into its losses and turn the nasdaq positive heading into the first quarter earnings season with several big banks delivering the results Tuesday and Wednesday the numbers won't be pretty because of the pandemic the Dow lost three to twenty eight points today to twenty three thousand three hundred ninety nasdaq up thirty eight points to eighty one ninety two S. and P. down twenty eight points to twenty seven sixty one Netflix and Tesla helped out the nasdaq in a big way Tesla stock up nearly fourteen percent Netflix up seven percent Amazon is trying to keep up with soaring demand by hiring another seventy five thousand workers on top of the one hundred thousand full and part time employees it added over the past month Goldman Sachs chief equity strategist says the stock market has already hit its bottom from the coronavirus selloff although saying if there's a second surge in infections after the re opening of the economy then the prediction is null and void on the money watch Jason Brooks KCBS the sports view today's topic who's the greatest of all time for my money it's progressive home and auto bundle it literally saves you money gentleman your thoughts look it's worn out said again she had a it was amazing and I told you so I disagree thanks fellas took the words right out of my mouth is really no debate progressive someone out a bundle is a winning combination progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers discounts not available in all states or situations.