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A highlight from THOUGHTCRIME Ep. 9 Civil War Now? Prager on Porn? Sign the Pledge?
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It is Thought Crime Thursday. That's the first time we said that. It kind of works. We have Blake Neff, who I think liberals and conservatives equally hate. Tyler Boyer. Hey, how you doing? We went from getting more popular every week to being hated by everyone now. Blake, your stock is going down like the Hindenburg and Jack Pysobik, still learning who he is. Jack will lead with you. How are things going? I love with Blake's long -term strategy is here. He wants each quadrant of the political compass to hate him equally and somewhere in the middle, he'll find a woman. It's like the Geraldo Rivera strategy. Exactly. It's the undertaker strategy loved by few. He's doing great, but it's very necessary. Okay. Let's start with our first story today on the lineup. I don't think we have much of a, Oh yeah. Okay. The RNC is once again, trying to get Trump to sign a pledge to support the party's eventual nominee. Even if it's not him, Trump doesn't seem interested. Is he making the right move? I I'll take my take first. And then Jack, you can, I'll hand off the baton. These pledges by the RNC are so irrelevant. They're non -binding they're so fake and Trump not wanting to sign it. I just think he reasserts control that it is his party and also shows that the RNC doesn't mean anything. Jack Pysobik your thoughts. So I, I think a lot of these pledges are kind of silly at this point because we all know the situation that we're in, in the party, you've got these two wings fighting it out. And in many ways, MAGA itself represents a real third party in America. It just happens to be within the Republican party, within the framework of the Republican party, fighting for dominance within that party. And so this idea that, Oh, we're all going to be kumbaya really? Does that mean that Mitt Romney is going to come out and support Trump when he wins the nomination? Does that mean that all the Republicans that are going to do, you know, run against him they're not going to undercut Trump, although it's ridiculous. They're already undercutting him. The New York Times has got the Federalist Society putting out articles today saying, Oh, Donald Trump, the conservative case for disqualifying Trump from the, from the ballot in November. And so I think it's ridiculous. I think the entire pledge is ridiculous. I don't think he should sign it. And the fact that Trump was the first person ever in Republican politics say, to and just raise his hand and say, I will not support the eventual nominee. That's the reason he won. Tyler, you are on the RNC. What's going on here? Yeah. I mean, look, so I, I agree with half of what Jack said and I disagree with the other half. And I'll tell you the other half that I disagree. So I agree with, I agree with the latter, which half next question. I agree with the latter half, which is that Donald Trump should not in no way, shape or form sign. I'm a member of the RNC. They're probably going to like, try to kick me off the RNC for saying this probably, but I don't think that Donald Trump should sign the pledge. I think the pledge is stupid. These things are idiotic. Exactly what Trump came out and said is exactly right. I wouldn't support half these people on the stage. Like who would support, you know, some of these guys like Chris Christie, I would not support Chris Christie. Personally, I would never support Mike Pence. I would never support a pledge to support Mike Pence. And so like, no, why would you sign that? That shouldn't be a qualifier to get on the stage. Now, the only part I'll disagree with, and it's just kind of a minor disagreement is that there, I actually don't think there are three parties in the country. There, there isn't a Uniparty third party. There isn't a MAGA third party. There are, there's us versus the left and the left is the Uniparty, you know, and I hate when people are like, Oh, the Uniparty is like this third party coming up the middle. Like everyone has to be moderate. This is what they want to do with choice voting is they're trying to produce this moderate middle that's non -existent. It's the left, the globalist left that hates you, hates America, hates everything that America stands for. And it's Americans. And there's a lot of Democrats that are figuring this out and they're switching over. And so the party has to become the party of freedom and, and not relent to what is the Uniparty, which is the left, which is what people say all the time. There's no difference between Republicans and Democrats when Uniparty is in control. The Uniparty is not in control right now. Well, I just, I, I love that you just brought up ranked choice, but real quick that you brought up ranked choice voting. Cause I just saw recently there's a legal filing cause they've considered ranked choice voting in DC and obviously they're trying to get ranked choice voting in every single red state, every Republican jurisdiction. And then it comes up in DC and there's a legal filing that's like, we can't have ranked choice voting guys because it's too confusing to Democratic voters. It will keep them from electing Democrats. No, it said, it said somewhere, this will confuse African American voters. It's like minority voters. minority voters. So literally they're admitting straight up in San Francisco, where it's not working in Vermont, where they kicked it out in DC, the most Democrat areas in America, they're admitting this is not good for minority voters because it limits people's access to the ballot. Then it's just, and they've done this before they did it. Eric Holder once sued a town in I think North Carolina that tried to do nonpartisan elections because they said like, this would keep, this will confuse black people. Cause then they won't know who the Democrat is. And it is the constitutional right of Democrat, of black people to vote for the black people party, which is the Democratic party. That was the argument from Holder. But, but, but bring this back in. So bring this back in with the ranked choice voting, the whole point of ranked choice voting. They want to create this third party, middle ground model. It's not a third party guys. It is us versus them. They want to create a controllable false set of synonyms. It's a radical left that still like dresses normally basically.
A Chronicle of Black Culture: The Hair Radio Morning Show Nears 900 Episodes!
"It's Friday morning, it's August 11th of 2023, it's voucher number 878, Michael Hopkins. Wow. 878. I just don't know what to say on that note. That's a lot of shows. That's a lot. That's a real show. That's a heck of a lot of shows. Yeah. And we are discharging for that 1 ,000. Exactly, and with that in mind, I was thinking that once we hit number 900, that we would focus on a lot of the classic interviews. There's so many, so many wonderful things that have been said and played on our network that we really have not replayed, and I thought it would be good to go into those vaults, kind of like what Geraldo Rivera did way back in the day, and dig up some of those old interviews and so much content and kind of mine it again, and we air it for you guys. Sure. And we've got, once we get to 900 shows, we are almost there. In a couple days, we'll be at number 900. Probably, I'm gonna give you an idea when, this is August, I'll say by about October, we should be hitting the 900 month at the latest, so September, October. So once we get to 900, which is a lot, just even today, the number 900 is huge. When we get to 900, that means we have 100 exact shows to go, and 100 shows is not a lot. No, it's not. And we're gonna count down those 100 shows, and we're gonna count them down from, because once we get to 900, and I said that we would play, go back into our vaults once we got to 900, and really kind of go over some of the things that we covered here from show number one, all the way through show number 900. So this is, it's exciting. Yes, it really is, Terry. Very exciting. Yeah, I'm very, very pleased. There are no words to say, Terry. I mean, we have just pushed that envelope. I mean, to get to 1 ,000 shows, and just, like you say, even going back, and that's a great idea, going back and just looking at the classic head radio morning shows. You know, the big, big, big, big, big, big, big, big, big, minutes here. Right. And, Michael, we have, you know, and I can really say this, the show has been a chronicle of Black culture. We are at, today, show number 878. So each show is three hours. So we are the most prolific of anybody in hair and beauty broadcasting in the world. But what really jumps out at me is that I have been here working in our studio at this desk for 878 mornings. 878 mornings. Wow. With everybody. My alarm goes off at 4. The show starts at 6. And so in the block of that time, I'm preparing my day and yours, looking at what music we'll play, what is the conversations, what's going to drive the conversations to make sure that everybody's days start in the most positive way possible. And then if that's not enough, we look at some of the biggest news stories. I often think back, you know, when I'm listening to the hair radio morning show, after we wrap at 9 o 'clock New York time, I go back and listen to the day's broadcast. So, you know, a little later in the morning or early afternoon, I'm washing dishes, doing housework, I'm listening back to the broadcast to see if there was anything we could maybe improve upon or change up or whatever. Right. And sometimes, most of the time, I just love the music that we play in the show and it's just great to hear it pop up again.
Dan Bongino: The Relief of No Events Schedules & Big Lunches
"Basically throw some water on my face get a drink of water come back up do this show 12 to 3 and I tell you how refreshing it is to open up this calendar and to see no event schedule I'm like yes yes look who I have created is awesome I love it because now I get to go downstairs and just you know not do anything for a few hours eat chill out I'm into this new thing by the way I'm gonna get to the date I promise but I'm into this new thing of eating I guess the late lunch dinner super early and then fasting until the next morning and I'm telling you at 48 I don't care about these Geraldo type picks I don't like to take these because they're just weird like hey look at me no sure but I would I would show you if I couldn't it wasn't creepy I've never been more sliced ever I eat dinner like 3 .30 and that's it I'm done for tonight I don't eat again until maybe 536 the next morning and I'm not saying it worked for you I'm just saying I've done a little homework on it and man works for me I have never been leaner ever and I'm 48 I'm gonna be 49 in December almost 50 years old I mean
Lessons Learned From the Trial of Bernhard Goetz
"The Bernie gets case in New York in 1985 I know Jim and Mike remember well It was the case really was a local criminal charge For those of you unfamiliar with the Bernard getz case Geraldo mentioned that this morning on Fox even though he kind of screwed up what was going on in the penny Neely case Bernie gets was what we call strap hangers in New York strap hangers a passenger on the train You used to have strap number to strap it all this traps So they called strap hangers right He was a strap hanger And he had sadly in the mid 80s growing accustomed to the massive criminality that was happening in the New York City subway system So Bernie gets decided that he was going to protect himself and he was not going to He was not going to violate the number one rule that Dan bongino show which is what Jim What's the overall Don't get dead Don't you get dead Don't get that daddy So Bernie gets didn't want to get dead But Bernie gets understood that riding on the trains in New York City in the mid 80s Your chances of getting dead Jim you'd agree right You were in New York I were pretty high They were reasonably high if you were riding on a New York City subway mid 80s You could get that at any moment For doing absolutely nothing So Bernie gets decides he's going to go out and acquire himself a handgun And of course not long after that Bernie gets gets accosted on the train a couple of young men gunshots and then well for the young men they arrest Bernie gets He's called the subway vigilante of course the race hustlers try to make it a big race case as if Bernie gets one out there and accosted himself That's not what happened Bernie gets got convicted on the weapons charge but got off on the other charges Why Because New Yorkers who were part of the jury pool had all been harassed by a similar group of young people who went on trains to cause problems and they said you know what I'm tired of this crap too
Why Do We Apologize for Being Successful?
"That's great Work is a great thing There is I talk about it all the time However when it comes to taxes I don't feel like we fight the fight vigorously enough I feel like we're always kind of fighting on the defensive as if we should apologize for being successful And I don't know why that is Reagan didn't do that And I don't know why we do that sometimes now The swampy republic You ever notice that Jim you've seen it right It's like they apologize for paying almost all the taxes Don't talk about being successful You know we got to talk about a helping hand and all this Okay great You go ahead and do that I'm going to talk about taxes the way we should be talking about which is this I work hard I make money I give a lot of it to the government that gets flushed down a toilet And the left just wants more of my money because they're lazy bums That's why stop being a lazy bum Jim do we need the demo again Jim's going right for that though I can see him He's like I'm not getting caught again I'm going right for you to the SEC contact you during the break They did not They did not Don't worry I promise there Well actually stay close So here's the demo again He folks for the last time on Fox nation I'll give you an update of what will be probably next week This is my ass You can see it right here It's not bare I have pants on I mean I'm not going to do a Geraldo and drop them at all But here's my answer You can kissing You don't need any more of my money You can plan a wet one by ass We pay all the taxes people who work for a living all of it The top 50% pay 98% of the tax loan The top 1% pays 40 I don't owe you anymore I don't owe you anything I give money to folds of honor I get money to church I give money I leave tips for people and restaurants I get money to my family I don't the government anymore
Caller: 'I Own a Gun for Protection, But I Think They're Evil'
"So my wife and I last night went to our county board meeting, which I would encourage all of your listeners to get involved with their county boards. That is where these grassroots efforts are starting. That's where they're going to be fought. And that's where we need to really entrench. Last night, one of the discussions was we are trying to turn our county into a sanctuary county. And everybody wants sanctuary counties and different states for illegal aliens. We want to sanctuary county for our gun rights. And there was people that came out last night on the opposite side. And it got pretty heated at times. But the funny thing is, is one gentleman actually stood up and said, I think guns are evil. And the very next sentence, he said, I own a gun for protection, but I think they're evil. And I'm thinking, that's a pretty hypocritical statement for me. For protection, but he thinks guns are evil. He said that in a public forum? You can watch it on the county website. Did he get laughed out of the room, Doug? Everybody was going crazy because it was the most absurd comment you could have heard. I mean, beyond absurd, I own a gun, but I think it's evil. These people are twisted. I honestly, gosh, Geraldo, and that's twisted. That is such twisted thinking.
You Have Every Right to Have an AR-15 in Your Home
"You have every right to have an AR-15 in your home, a rifle is absolutely, I mean, it's not even Kim just sent me a text on the MyPillow text line. It's not even large caliber, it's a two 28. And I hate to go down the path of the Geraldo Rivera's of the world. Who say that guns gun supporters use guns as a substitute for their anatomy? But I have to turn it around. How big of a wimp do you have to be? And I don't think he's a whip. I mean, I like Geraldo. I've met him. I've known him a little bit. He's a lefty, but you know what? He's, he's somewhat reasonable. But do you realize what a wimpy sophomore at position it is? To accuse ochem just corrected, by the way, two 23, not two 28 round. Two 23 round. Come on, Kim. Don't throw me off track here. Don't give me fake news. And listen, I admit it. I don't know a two 23 from a two 28 from a whatever. But I sure do respect and appreciate and understand and cherish the Second Amendment. And the right of Americans to keep and bear arms.
Geraldo Rivera: 'Whatever' to Critics About His Definition of AR-15
"And here was a follow-up tweet from Geraldo after the embarrassing admission he made that he did not know what he was talking about when Greg gutfeld said, what do you think? I mean, of course, an AR-15 is a rifle. And Geraldo said it's not a rifle, he said, AR stands for automatic rifle. And it does not. It's ArmaLite rifle. That's what the AR stands for. Geraldo followed up with a tweet after he was publicly humiliated like this. He said, I heard that the daily caller and fellow travelers are ranting about my incorrect definition on air of AR as in AR-15. Whatever Geraldo says, point is there is no place. Other than sporting clubs and similar skilled settings for assault rifles. Their substitute appendages. Their substitute appendages. And you know what he means by that, right? My gun is bigger than yours. I got a big gun. I'm some redneck from South Carolina with my gun. My big gun. That's how the elites and the people against the Second Amendment view, anybody who wants to preserve and protect the Second Amendment.
The Five: Is an AR-15 an 'Automatic Rifle?'
"Realize? How establishment Republicans are absolutely panic stricken over these holdouts being in positions of House leadership? It was a very, very big deal. I want to play a clip for you. There's a big debate that continues in America over gun rights and the Second Amendment. They had a fired up fiery conversation yesterday on Fox News channel's the 5. And the inevitably it always comes back to AR-15s. Grandpa Joe has said over and over again. Nobody needs a weapon of war. Nobody needs an AR-15. Nobody needs an AR-15. Listen to this little exchange between Geraldo Rivera and Greg gutfeld on the 5 yesterday. It makes macho, the people who possess it or look at me, I'm a big deal. And it's not a right. It's a rifle. It is a machine. What does it matter? No. No, that's not what it is. Well, all I know is that AR-15s have no place in American society other than sport clubs. Now, play that one more time because it is literally a rifle AR does not stand for automatic rifle as any gun owner knows. Or anybody with a modicum of knowledge about weaponry, play that one more time. Keep in mind, AR, the AR in AR-15 stands for ArmaLite rifle. It literally is a rifle. One more time. It makes macho, the people who possess it, or look at me, I'm a big deal. And it's not a right. It is a machine. What does it mean? He's literally shutting him down. It's not a right. It's called ArmaLite rifle 15.
"geraldo" Discussed on Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
"We're going to talk about that, but I opened my mind. I put together a PowerPoint. I took it to the firm that I worked for bottom pizza, made him come in and watch this. Because they had thought I was nuts together. It was kind of talking about all this. But then afterward, all 15 of them raised their hand because I always ask them my presentations around the world. How many of you think we need a real investigation here? These controlled demolitions all the hands went up. So I knew it was just a matter of getting the information in front of people. If you can get them to sit down and watch it, many won't. But it launched. That was the first 15 architects and engineers for 9 11 truth now. There's 3500. Architects and engineers demanding a new investigation into the destruction of all three of these World Trade Center skyscrapers. And I've given presentations probably 600 of them around the country and the world over a hundred American cities. When people come and see the information, they get it. So it's just a matter of getting it out there. And we're not getting any help from the mainstream media. We have an effort where we go to Congress every couple of years with our latest DVD, our petition, our publications, and it's very difficult to get the attention of the congressman proper. The staffers are often keen observers and respond quite readily to viscerally, if you will, to the information. It is mind-blowing. Yeah, it is mind-blowing. And I think a lot of my listeners probably have heard a lot of it. And it's a frustration. It's something that fundamentally changed our culture at the same was COVID, right? These are the two events lately that have, I mean, they just fundamentally changed society. And so it's not something we can just brush under the rug because of how much it changed our world, but did you get a lot of pushback in general from general society because the mass media has this has this control they paralyze people into not being able to think? I found that to be true. We did have some breakthroughs on mass media with the information I'm going to be sharing today. We've been on C-SPAN, for instance, for 45 minutes on Washington journal. There are big program where they interview senators and even president Obama and others, and interestingly, it became their number one watched video ever. It's because people are interested in this stuff and they've been hit. It's been hidden from them for years. You know, and we can see how much censorship we get. So what was the fallout from that? Well, that's the question. We didn't get a call back saying, hey, we got follow up. There is major interest in this, but I guess there was a decision made not to not to follow up there. We also had Geraldo Rivera in 2014 interview one of our engineers, family member bob mcilvane, who had lost his son Bobby in the north tower. And they made an incredible presentation Geraldo was visibly moved, he says, wow. These 1350 architects and engineers are onto something or whatever it was. He said, it was a very successful foray into the mainstream media, but they largely spend their time ridiculing and calling names like conspiracy theorists. I'm sure you've heard that one. It's hard to get attention at significant levels of the media. It's almost impossible. Well, that's because they're so heavily controlled as we both know. And they just can't stray off the narrative and the narrative is becoming so ridiculous that people just don't believe them anymore. Yeah. They're losing ratings badly. Yeah, because they've stuck to their guns of sharing BS and nobody believes them. So where are you now with this and where are you going? I mean, first of all, when did you have the ESPN? I'm not ESPN. The C-SPAN, it's not a sports thing. It feels like a sport sometimes. When did you have the C-SPAN, how long ago was that? I think that was 2014 also. Okay. And we got that to happen because we called in on their show and kept saying, hey, have you looked at building 7 and asking their guests about building 7 and finally, they say, what do we have to do to get you guys to? Stop. And so they said, we'll have Richard gage on. So it's a very impressive interview. It's right on our website, which is Richard gage 9-1-1 dot org. Well, that's great though. You kept, we should learn from them and how you just kept bugging them and bugging them. And they finally said, okay, we'll do it. And then they're probably regret it, but it's a lot most watch episode ever, and then they don't do you bring you back on, which is ridiculous. But now where have you gone from there? Because since then, COVID went nuts and you started to realize there was a tie in between COVID and 9 11, which I have not heard. So I want to hear while I heard. I mean, I know there's the same people involved and stuff, but I haven't really heard the direct and details about it. And so I'm really interested in what you came up with. It's pretty fascinating, and actually I didn't come up with it. Kevin Ryan brought this into the 9 11 truth community a couple of years ago now. And he did a fantastic job looking at the events of 9 11 and the concepts that must have gone into it that are revealed by it and what happened before it and what happened after it. And he found the same set of concepts, we call them parallels between the two major events. And yeah, and so what did you do, do you have something you can kind of go over what you have seen and be able to do it in a way that makes sense to all of us? Yeah, in fact, can you see my screen now? I can. Because these two events were really quite incredible. We have they changed American society radically. So if you really look at this, you find there's political changes, cultural changes, economic changes, geopolitical changes, and we're going to go into these in some detail with regard to these two events, but if we.
Dan Bongino's Science Experiment: Hangover or No Hangover?
"So he gets out to and he does something different typically But this guy's smart So Friday night we figured let's do kind of a group test here on red wine first So while drink some red wine in the name of science science Paul and I tested out a few bottles of red wine Some caymus some others We'll open as always we tested it We tested it Listen to me It's science and rationality So I woke up the next day and yes I was a little hungover Yes I just feel like gosh okay so now we have a good baseline here This is what the science says So that day he sends me this No no he's sent in advance or else the story doesn't work He actually sent it before But let's just pretend let's just pretend he said that on Friday So he sends me this thing on Friday He says again Blanco tequila leads to fewer hangovers So of course on Saturday now that I have this baseline of what a hangover feels like which I needed in the name of science I decided I was out at the Stuart sandbar into water which I love I lost Jim What happened You unplugged Jimmy So I'm out at the steward sandbar with same doctor and I was out with another doctor to dentist doctor So listen we've got it all covered They are medical and oral health professionals And they had some Blanco tequila I believe it was some Casa dragones And I said I need to test this on Saturday It shows a picture up on my Instagram If you'd like to see it I'm at D bongino Of me in a Geraldo pose with a little with a cup It's not a protein shake in the cup I am engaged in science And they were correct I woke up Sunday and I didn't feel too
Video Conflicts With Cassidy Hutchinson's Story About Trump & Limo
"But I just playing this so you know it exists There you're going to hear the audio of it This is the audio of January 6th It's attached to a video She clearly can't see but the video is a president Trump getting back into what we would call the Camp David package the camps But you would call an SUV suburban right He's not even in the limo which Cassidy says she was told was the beast So the story can't possibly be true because we have the darn video Just play a few seconds This is real not a joke This is actual video but you'll hear the audio from it All right come back to me Now let's not play in YMCA so everybody does the YMCA dance That was playing there while the president pulled away in the SUVs You can watch the video on my rumble account It's a C span video No one disputes its authenticity So before Geraldo awards the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Cassidy Hutchinson he's an actual lawyer and other journalists too Claim how wonderful and persuasive she was maybe check basic facts Like hey she said she was told he got in the limo but he didn't get in the limo What you call ridiculously the beast he got into camps So how would a Secret Service agent like Tony ornato 20 years plus in the Secret Service screw that up And then call it something Nobody calls it the beast So he gets the car wrong and the name Come on man
"geraldo" Discussed on She Podcasts
"He's not a journalist. Would you say interviewer? Yeah. Okay, that's all I was trying to say. Yeah, that's it. But not a journalist. That's a journalistic practice. No, but it just. No, would you call, oh my God. This is where we're going. Geraldo Rivera, when he was doing the Geraldo show, journalism? Journalism, not what he was doing to her Aldo show. Jerry Springer, journalism or not. No, he said he wasn't a journalist. These are not journalists. Journalists are going, why are you calling them a journalist? Well, they think of the I know Geraldo thinks of himself as a journalist. Oprah was a journalist. He did back in the day. Yes, absolutely. Back in the day they did do stuff like that for sure. But the show, you don't think it's journalism. I mean, it might be. We are not talking about this anymore. He is not a journalist. The end. I do, because it's like, what is that thing that our children do just the one that I do and you are doing to me right now? Oppositional defiance. This is what this is. This is a professional oppositional defiance in the raw. Yes. It is oppositional. I am being oppositional. On purpose and for no good reason. She's nailed it. So I'm like, it's like just the other day now my child has learned she goes, she keeps who wants this one thing and she will not stop. She wants it. She wants it. She wants every night. And then we have this huge blowout and then the other day, she sits down and she goes, I am determined to ask for this every day. You should have been like, get ready for disappointment. No, I know. And I was very sweet to her because and I said, but I'm still going to say no. I was not talking down to her. I was like seriously just super, but I mean, you're welcome to do this, but the answer is still going to be no. And it really was, I don't want you to get all wound up over these things anymore because it's a no. So. Any other feedback that you guys need to address? Yes, we do. We do have feedback. Okay, so that was feedback number one. Number two, we got a little bit of feedback from Daniel Lewis when we're talking about that other tool that I don't remember what it was called from charitable, or somebody, somebody made a thing. No, it was refunded, maybe. No, it was not riff.
Mark Levin Provides Context to Ronald Reagan's Promise to Nominate a Woman to SCOTUS
"I heard our friend Geraldo say on the 5 and he's not the first but this is getting repeated out there Well you know Ronald Reagan said he was going to appoint a woman and by God that's what he did As justification for this but what they don't tell you is conservatives objected Conservatives objected conservatives did not think That that approach was appropriate And in fact they looked far and wide and they came up with a state appeals court judge by the name of Sandra Day O'Connor on the recommendation of Barry Goldwater And while she started off as a solid constitutional conservative in the end I don't want to speak rudely because I understand she's confronting very serious health issues Well in the end she wasn't as she was in the beginning Let me put it that way But there is Lindsey Graham who has helped the Democrats put one radical judge after another on the courts I'm sorry Lindy Lindsay This isn't a bow what makes you feel good or somebody coming out of South Carolina or it's about time something goes on I've spent my entire life fighting for the constitution fighting for people to go on the court or a constitutionalist There was part of my responsibility for part of my time in the Reagan administration And before and since those of you have listened to the show obviously no This is crucially important These are lifetime appointments
"geraldo" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"That spoke volumes. That volume also just went up like two octaves. I turned into Mariah Carey. It was fine. Yeah, I mean, I felt like I was cast, you know, obviously. And it didn't, it didn't hurt my career. It helped a little bit. So it wasn't what I thought it was going to be. You know, I always feel like other comics have said this too. Like, when I get Montreal, it's the year after they stopped giving deals, right? So I feel like when I'm then top ten, it's when everyone stopped watching it. I don't know. I'm just a jinx or something. So you didn't get the dat fan bump? I would love the dap fan. This is common phrase that people use now. I mean, I think it was a very young comic, not just the young person, but like new to comedy. But if that guy had, and I don't know, maybe he does, but if he had just taken a year and just hired writers and come out with just a bang an hour, that would have been he would have had an amazing career, you know? I don't know, he just seems like a fun reference that like some of the funniest people I know bring up. So. Tag fit. Yeah, it was fine. It was cool, you know, it was Geraldo dyed the next year. So I was lucky to spend a little extra time with him, you know, before that happened, but one of my favorites. Maybe like one or two years later, but I was yeah, but, you know, it's also weird to get judged by fellow comics and I would also have a hard time doing that, you know? Oh my God. Well, I always thought it was interesting because when I first I remember first hearing about the show, and I thought it was just going to be like complete.
"geraldo" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Now. it doesn't hurt. i think i did. It freed it up all right. That was a big those like geraldo looking into that safe. Sorry about that anyway. Let's get to some fucking advertising for this week. Everyone i know this kind of disjointed podcast this week With fuck off a crisis. Bill come on come on. Can we do this. all right. dollar shave club. Everybody you know. There are so many things in the world that irritate me. Slipping falling on a rock inconsiderate the fact that. I have a motorcycle license but i'm too scared to get one and drive down the street. Well actually no you know what considering what just happened to me from a standing position. I can't imagine going forty miles an hour and falling on the tar That bugs me not being able to gas your own people you know. What's the world coming to when so many things can irritate you. Why add razors to the list. It's time to start milking your razor blade. I know with. Brand name razors. You're used to paying outrageous prices. And so then you then exhaust those razors until they start to look like a rusty soda. Can it's time to move on everybody. Dollarshaveclub delivers amazing quality. Blades to your door for just a few bucks a month. Never think about it again. They send a pack every month. So you can change your blades. Every week i love these guys and your face gonna love him too. They always got fucking come on bill. They always got a new product. All the also got a new product called one. wipe charlies. it's a butt wipe for men and it's classy as opposed to those unclassy but wipes you know the ones talking about checkout video for that and sign up for your racers today..
"geraldo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"And stuff. It's really nice little farm boy just off the bus well Just a wrap this section up. I did have one single honorable mention for this and the reason. Why did it is because number one. We're gonna cover him this year during this draft and number two. I know that originally the first music video to feature something like this was the black and white music video for the song cry. But i've gotta give an honorable mention to michael jackson's black or white also starring. George went mccaw another bad creation. And and if you don't heavy d and it also had tyra banks the one drawback that i will say the one thing that i cannot stand. Because it's not gonna make my my my realist. I hate that. It was directed by john. Landis i hate that man so much and that was in the earth a lot of there's a lot of there's a lot of grabbing and the long form birth. Yeah glow okay. So that was like an event. When michael jackson member came it was an event like people gathered around it was like they would premiere on cbs. After like a tv show the off the first video. The original run that video. I think is something like eleven minutes long. But he grabbed his crotch no less than nineteen times smashes a car and then turns into a panther evergreen trees. Yeah that's a little weird at the end. There's there's one video that i'm kind of surprised. Nobody picks which was criminal bussey apple. It's a very little music. i love the lighting. You guys anonymous sucker for a story. And it's very provocative 's it's it's almost like exploitative you feel dirty watching you do i watch and it's like watching porn where he has the you know somebody's doing it against their will or some. It's very very young very creepy. But it's it's it's brilliant in that way. It's there is a documentary. I'm not gonna sound stupid. When i say there's a documentary that was done by believe geraldo rivera called willowbrook and when they snug they snuck cameras into this asylum called willowbrook at the time and i think it was in upstate. New york but they had to give a secondary light source. It didn't come from like like they weren't lights on in this place and so they had to use like flashlights. An exterior lights to eliminate these patients. And i kinda get that same feeling of voyeurism and like. I shouldn't be watching this kind of stuff. Because that lighting looks very a like exploited film and the that that sounds donna. Like the way that sounds like it's almost being played in reverse is really creepy. And then she squeezes the dish soap in. It floats out. She watched the. But that's mean must be. That's the money shot ends it right. I mean i mean it's mimicking porn. That i've always assumed that's what that was supposed to represent. Yeah and i mean the thing. Is i feel like fiona. Apple is an incredible vocalist incredible songwriter. And the only thing that kind of dampened her ability to have staying power in the public zeitgeist was the fact that she kept yelling about maya angelou and being excruciatingly political before it was cool. I think if she was doing that now it would be accepted but like but. I think it doesn't help to have album. Titles that are like five hundred words. Long like was were like well. The the title of this new album is my road. it's a a twenty line stance on. I'm like that's the title of your album really. Should he call it like i'm here. Yeah that was sticking people's heads way better like tori amos named little earthquakes. Earthquakes to yeah. It was great to. I want to point something out. Nobody picked madonna video. Greg who's who's worth very much on the fence about adding like a prayer as i did love it it. That was a great one. And i'll i considered express yourself. Nobody gorz michael. Oh yeah we all me. I mean phase is not a great music video. Great song this break but for it but freedom ninety is great. I am father figure. Always rubbed me the wrong way for. Oh no father figure is is. It falls into the drive by the cars. It's creepy. yeah at again it feels. It feels a little intrusive. And yeah. And i actually really liked solitaire. But freedom ninety where he blows up jukebox and sets his jacket on fire and darlington. And cindy crawford or singing you know what let's say can hey. Hey refused appear in it. I should have said like also take. Nobody picked the taking stuff off. The table would be one shots because inherently they're the worst music videos not attracting shot not like monaro. Not not like knives out. I've talked about like The one by bruce springsteen over stars guys where which was my favorite. Bruce song ever but like nothing compares to you because it's just a phase like yeah. There is an emotion that it evokes. I don't think that it is a meal. Anna's one you've already won me a spot as many weight thumbs. Up number eight overfeed. It's just a one shot. And i don't i ever liked that one. I think drake had one and some parents trae darby had one. I just don't think. I don't think it takes a lot to do it. I think i mean like basically. I think the ideas is that your strip down your naked. All you have is the emotion of your face in the song but like at that point why even make a music video so i just i as a whole if i had to get rid of an entire genre it would be the one shot. Stay shot out. I would welcome it and neither will nor the money for nothing which surprised me. I can't i can't pick because it says the f. word in it's also it does look a little dated now but for the time. Oh my god the time. It was incredible for the time. Most incredible thing in the history of the world tom over other than maybe sledge our at also avoided being totally self-indulgent and picking Girlfriend by matthew sweet. I have seen which by the way i also would not have picked. Land of confusion for several reasons I could have chosen. Basically all genesis. But i really like mike and the mechanics..
Geraldo Rivera Hijacks Segment on 'Hannity' to Attack Gov. DeSantis Over COVID
"You do you so we were on Hannity. Last night, Geraldo and I, and he tried to attack Ron De Santis, even though that's not what the segment was about, because he takes instructions from his leftist Masters, and they told him Make sure you attack Ron De Santis so you can take the heat off. Joe Biden has done a terrible job with the border and everything else. Keep in mind. This segment was supposed to be about the border. Um, Florida is not on the border with Mexico. I don't not sure her although knows that, so he's on the air, and he turns the segment magically towards Rhonda Santa's saying how there were 17,000 cases of coronavirus in Florida yesterday. He's talking about the day before because the appearance was last night. Well, That may be accurate. But that figure ladies and gentlemen means very little. What do cases mean? Why does it mean very little because folks how many people are dying or in the hospital? If you've been vaccinated from coronavirus, you may test positive on a PCR test set a low threshold, but it may not mean anything. You may not be particularly contagious Number one and number two. You may be showing no symptoms. So who goes to the doctor hospital to get tested? Well, people who usually you're showing showing some form of a symptom, or people who are going in and out of state building or business where they must and have to get tested. What I'm trying to tell you is giving the if prioritizing the statistics that matter with this later, Delta variant surge, the statistics that matter if you do science and reason which Geraldo dozen he takes nude selfies of himself, right if you believe in that What you should care about our deaths and hospitalizations. In other words, what impact is this having on people that because they have to go to the hospital? The health is suffering and what impact is having on people? If they die, God forbid. Not people who are showing very little to no symptoms at all. That's not what we really should be focusing on. You want to God your assets and your attention towards preventing hospitalization or serious illness. I
"geraldo" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"Woman was left. Gold snacked. When geraldo from mcdonald's arrived with a huge amount of packaging just so one tiny sashes source the video of unpacking. Her ravi spas order was vat went viral. As people were left stitches at efficiency. The stafford packed it. Monica shared the clip online. Where she admitted she also meant to order a burger and fries but accidentally missiles off the order so all that derive was a single sachet of sour cream sauce. Mcdonald's this is in poland that she ordered through but eats. I mean we all bring water bottles now. Why not bring our own special sources. We could have a special source. Hosta twitter is gone viral after setting up a camera inside his bed. Box capture family polluted and is now got forty million hits a month john shattuck started live streaming footage of the tits with a check so families could watch their progress before they fled the nest. He phoned them just weeks. After uploading the videos to youtube he racked up more than forty one million views of the blue tits. Oh we have the greater ornamented varieties.
Geraldo Rivera Can't Decide on the Narrative of January 6th Either
"Last night, Geraldo can't seem to determine if his friend with air quotes Donald Trump incited a riot or not either. Check this out. I supported President Trump until the period following the election, leading it to the despicable events of January. 6th on January six we brought we bring you want for your damn people. The world and history an apology. But damn budget are all those wrong on both fronts. Profoundly wrong. How the president I have his transcript of what he said. We're going to go march to the capital peacefully. Unpatriotically is inciting a riot is quite confusing. I don't know if you need a thesaurus and dictionary. I don't know where you get what you just Making that up. I don't understand. Like the narrative goes back and forth between this was a planned insurrection to then Trump incited an insurrection despite the fact that Trump said, Go March peacefully and patriotic Li Oh, God, I don't know why you're making that up. And I was a friend of president trouble. Little bit friends like you. You know who needs enemies? I mean, that's being a friend. Two, man, I don't want any friends like that. You imagine that? I I tell Jim and Mike Mike Gold march on Cumulus headquarters peacefully. Unpatriotically. You guys deserve a raise, And then they go there slamming on the door and a cumulus blames me. Fred. Can you imagine that? I mean, I see it. You can folks you can listen to. I don't need to play it here. The transcripts out there. You've heard it 1000 times. Everybody knows what Trump said. But understand this left this cannot decide on a narrative and there's a reason I do. I talk about this stuff because you have to be able to dissect these people when you're able to dissect them and look at what's on the inside. You see, it's never pretty. The reason they can't settle on a narrative is because of what I just said. They're trying to determine what does the maximum political damage not with the truth. They don't care what the truth is. They're not interested in the truth at all. I'll get to that in
"geraldo" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast
"That's not a high First of all it's not a democracy constitutional republic or democratic republic way. But we digress. This is the lie that the left is saying. And what's so funny to us as conservatives is the language that they're using is starting to pay attention to what they're doing here okay. They are starting to shift their language to the same language. That republicans are using. Hey this is an attack on our democracy this an attack on our our most sacred thing that the power of the vote. They are undermining everything that we stand for by their mail in ballots harvesting etc. The democrats are saying now the exact same language for having to prove that you are who you say you are when you vote. That's it have you to prove who you say you are when you vote pete. Hegseth had one of the defectors of the texas legislature Come on his show. An absolutely destroyed them Where he literally says out loud. What's not to be said out loud that they are anti voter. Id listen to this exchange. Who learned voting. We can we can change some bar voting system to be voted idea voter. Id going back to the talking points. i get it. The talking points have been issued. I with voter. Id so voter. Ideas currently required in the state of texas. I opposed having to mail in ballots. Having to send your ballot. And should you have to prove who you are. because that's just i oppose voter. Id occur the law in texas. But i opposed that law because voter. Id you don't think the most sacred obligation of our republic you should have to prove who you are in order to vote. So there are a lot of texans actually hundreds of thousands who don't have a driver's license doldrums social security number because at this point is you can put your last four digits of your social security number in as proof of who you are. Do they not help me out to those people not have social security numbers and who are these people. That can't get id's god. I love ups hegseth. Peace my boy. I saw that these. He just said it out loud they they are anti voter. id in. They're trying to use his narrative that there are rule communities and especially the african american communities that are. Don't use the internet capable of getting a driver's license and they keep saying the word driver's license now that's true. There are a lot of people. I mean you know. There are a lot of people that have the driver's license suspended. All this other kind of stuff but you can also obtain just an. Id right from the state. I know very many things in this world that you can do. You know like have a job all these were. You don't have to have some form of an id and they've even made it so simple. All you have to do is provide the last four of your social security number so the only people that they could be talking about now at this point are illegal immigrants who do not have social security numbers Gentlemen how much more proof do you need right. You can go door to door for vaccines but you can't give these poor people you know an ideal who else could they be talking about. Besides illegal immigrants. They want the illegal immigrant vote so badly that they can hardly stand it. They want to pass eleven million people becoming actual citizens on top of all the other illegal immigrants that are in the country because they know that some states a hundred thousand vote is all it takes. I'm gonna get a knock on my door for saying this. But after twenty. Twenty is it even worth voting. I mean you get your right to vote. But i mean i find it awfully man. Do you know how much bull crap. I have to go through to just just even like pay my taxes on my car. They they force me to prove who. I am to give them money like like. Don't tell me that you can't provide your last four of your social if you don't have an eye shut up. yeah okay. Great country in the world. It's the only thing you have to do. All right moving on right. I it's been. It's been a wild day. All right geraldo is in the news. Warren stash stashing all god. What isn't anybody. Tell him right. Geraldo on twitter agrees that the situation is absolutely insane. He agrees with dr fauci that we should be backsitting sending everyone and even children as young as two. Now she has come out and said if they're not vaccinated. They should have to wear masks. Because now we're back to wear a mask again. A tweeted no vaccine. No work no school. No im- pursing shopping. You have a right to be backs you have a right not to be vaccinated. I have a right to protect my kids by getting vaccinated. I i guess. I don't know. I don't know what that means. I mean he's oldest crap. What kids are you protecting. Our point old is they're getting vaccinated so they can be safe but then when an unvaccinated person comes around. And it's like they don't trust the vaccine. Aren't you safe. Now hold on googling this sixty seven rivera a sixty four sixty frigging seventy eight years old. What kids are you talking. What are you. What are you talking about to protect my kids. Your seventy eight years old. Yeah you are lit look man death on anybody but you were on the back end of it bro. Shut up cia. No vaccine no work. Yeah i'm telling you. This is why i love the internet though because there are more six figure jobs happening from your couch these days than ever before all right. Let's end this with a little bit of my favorite favorite twitter account the follow and that is lives of tiktok. But before we do that. I've gotta get.
"geraldo" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Hey and welcome to the podcast. I'm josh clark. There's charles w chuck. Brian jerry's not here. But all of these beautiful people are the castro theatre san francisco love. It got a chucker sign out there. I think. I know that is a pretty great. It's a good sign. It is thanks. Mom we're definitely not cussing so we've asked you all here tonight to talk about being a child of the for us. Thank you very much. Oh wow okay. let's start over. I thought she was just gonna put my stuff up here. So if chuck and children of the seventies and eighties he was born in the very very very early seventies. I was born in the mid seventies and it might as well have been the sixties basically. I mean you're right there on the cusp and being children of this era we were aware of certain things like all kids of the seventies and eighties. Were like that vans could have carpeting on the wall. Every kid knew the precise amount of mcdonald's orange drink that he or she could drink just before getting a crippling stomach ache. That's like seventies eighties kid knowledge or that. Your parents like to go to swinger parties where they were keys fishbowl bowls weird stuff like that and did your parents do that. And every kid of the seventies and eighties knew that somewhere out there. There was a gorilla named coco. Who could talk. And if you've never heard of coco prepared to buckle up and have your mind blown because that is what we're talking about tonight cocoa talking who is a local here as i'm sure you guys. This is actually a super local show. It is yeah because koko. The gorilla was born fourth of july. Just like geraldo rivera and malia obama and a bunch of other people haven't heard of when i looked it up online. My dad was born on the fourth of july. really yes. Why didn't you say that the other night. I just didn't feel like all right. Tom cruise was not mistaken for the movie he had he had been born for that movie. He's just so good. I bought body really sold it. Coca was born on the fourth of july nineteen seventy-one just four months after yours truly was born. There'd be a lot of mirroring here between my development and cocoas coco was born at the san francisco zoo. Yeah six point one miles from here. And what was coco's birth name in. Full hana abiko. So coco is actually your nickname. And hana biko. Japanese means fireworks child. She was named that after the fireworks. Going off you think that's cute on the fourth of july. Just wait if that's got yong already. Man you guys are gonna love this. So coco was a western lowland gorilla which was a still is a critically endangered subspecies of gorilla in central west africa. And coco was born into a world in the nineteen seventies here in the united states especially where people thought to things about guerrillas. They thought they were super scary. Because literally because of king kong movies can like jaws with sharks. They two very huckabee'll animals. Movies ruined it. Basically and they thought guerrillas were scary and they thought guerrillas were really dumb like the dum among apes gorillas were done. And so this is the world that coco was born into and when she was born at the san francisco zoo she had kind of a difficult infancy. Her mom wasn't producing enough milk to sustain her. And then when she was. I think six months old she caught dysentery she developed dysentery and was basically at death store and had to be removed from her family unit so that she could be nursed back to health by humans who took care of her around the clock which is great sure because they actually did save for life but they had a problem after she recovered and that was that she had spent so much time away from her family unit in hanging out with humans instead that they were worried that her family unit would reject or if they took her back so now they kind of had a problem on their hands and had a guerrilla. Yeah the grill in the room. So great movie. It's fantastic so those a stanford grad student around this time bad joke. Jerry cut out already already. I've only got three of those for the whole show. So you guys keep score. There was a stanford grad student around the sign. They came on the scene twenty four year old. Young woman named francine penny patterson she entered. Coco's life at this moment. When coco needed her most and she said you know what i'm studying apes and i think that i can teach guerrillas how to speak using sign language. You've got a gorilla. I need my phd. This is all perfect as the verbatim quote for that so she took control of coco's care and for the next forty something years. They had a relationship that can really only be described as human mother and guerrilla daughter. Very much so yeah for sure. And so the whole point of trying to teach cocoa or any guerrilla sign. Language was to find out how our if a gorilla could acquire language and then compare how guerrilla acquires language to how kids human kids acquire language and then we can kind of compare and contrast the differences in kind of trace back humans evolutionary history for how we developed language. Because it's still a mystery. We don't really know why we just know. We seem to be the only species capable of using language to try plus. It's a good party trick. And it was the seventy s so at first cocoa and penny were working together at the san francisco zoo. But it's a zoo and there were people that were paying money to get in there and gawk at them lot of slack-jawed yokels jawed yokels at the san francisco zoo and learn. My favorite line. Never mind i can't get off track this really we'll save the simpsons for later so people were talking and that's very distracting to a younger ila. So she said you know what this is going pretty well. But i think i could do a lot better with my research. And for cocos benefit if we moved cocoa to stanford and they basically said sure you can you can take cocoa on loan and go do some serious research at stanford university right right whether there's a.
Fox News Commentator Jesse Watters Candidly Shares What Happens During Breaks
"You know, maybe so, but you when you speak and when I can catch it, Your monologues are right on. I mean, You're very solid. You have a great thought process now during the breaks And as you point out in the book, you can get hot during the breaks that can be funny during the breaks. What happens during the breaks. So God felt unfiltered, and he doesn't have any. He'll just talk about what he wants for dinner. He'll talk about how his body feels will talk about anything. So I started writing down just ridiculous things you would say in the commercial breaks. So I remember them. I'll just read you some. Some of these are in my book. These are direct quotes from Greg got felled in the commercial break. If you're going to kill your spouse take them hiking. Okay. How about this one? Charity sucks. It's the best thing you'll ever do, and they get all the money. Or this one. This one. The cheapest form of phone sex is the call Victoria's secret and asked them to go through the catalog. Now I actually I repeated that at a speech in Alabama, the Bible belt. Storm. Cold Silence. Oh, yeah. Go over. Well, I got to know your audience, brother. You gotta know your audience that was a little too blue for Alabama. But Geraldo is there to now every other week, and you know he's crazy. He's you know, he's like, Oh, yeah, I just bought a What is that car Just brought it. Bentley Cash. You know, I'm driving. I'm driving it too. I'm driving it to Cleveland, taking it to Cleveland Having some wine I was with 30 at dinner last night. You know, it's just he's not. And but he's funny, and he's a good sport, and he's done a nice job filling in for Juan after Ron retired to the swamp.
"geraldo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To put out misinformation and be attacking the police think that dress the issue. Do you have the guts to address the issues that dreaded just this is not about me. You didn't come on this show, do it. Take control yourself came over just to talk about the issue Because again the point that dish in your position over think of you bunch is safe. You are absolutely outrageous. Wrong. Don't let him control lunatic because you can't go on the air. I'm calling. Yeah, I'm I tend to Emmy winner maybe trying to create guys even have been there. You know, it's good TV. When you hear the phrase shut up, punk come out of somebody's mouth and then a role, though. I mean, if you watch that exchange, I think it's the same exchange Geraldo. It turns his back on Bongino during the argument like he turns like turning around like so like I mean, which is a form a show of disrespect me turn your back on somebody when you're arguing with them, and he wants up a piece of paper and he throws it at the camera like I don't know There's a part of me that like As soon as the camera lights go off if he starts texting Bon, Gina. Well, that was a good one, wasn't it? I mean, I don't know. It feels kind of stage to say something like Geraldo was saying and excusing Hamas and that I just don't see anybody on Fox news anyway. Having that sort of point of view, and, you know, saying that, but not believing it. That is outrageous to me, and I think Geraldo is a pro. He's been at this a long time. I know he I think he knows what gets good ratings. He knows what attracts an audience. I think Bongino and he and him should doom or appearances together. Keep on Gina's doing right. He should have him on his show every day on his radio show, Bongino should Um, but I just don't I can't imagine somebody saying something like that. You know, now I'm pro Hamas. I you know, And you know, Israeli, Israel doesn't have a right to defend itself. United States should stop supplying Israel with weapons. I mean those air that Z quite a strong statement to say if you don't believe it. Another one of the flamethrowers that they often have on Fox is the civil rights attorney, Leo Terrell, and they booked him today to talk about what's going on in Chicago with Mayor Lori Lightfoot. So she comes out and she tells her, you know, AIDS. We're not doing interviews with white journalists anymore on Lee journalists of color, which is kind of been a backfire to Lori Lightfoot, because we have the story yesterday that there was a Latino writer from the Chicago tribute. Have said no on behalf of all journalists, regardless of the cover. You don't get to dictate that. So now the Association of Black Journalists are coming after Lori Lightfoot, the board of the National Association of Black Journalists, scolded Lightfoot. Her attempts at exclusion rather than fostering inclusion. So right now, Lori Lightfoot has lost the Chicago Tribune and the Association of Black Journalists in Chicago. So Leo Terrell went on Fox. He is a African American civil rights attorney, and he spoke with Bill Hemmer of Fox News about what's going on. If a White Mary through the same thing, you would have CNN and MSNBC. And black lives matter, Protests and voting down this country. In other words, I can go interview this lady, which I would never do. But Bill Hemmer cannot build.
"geraldo" Discussed on The Dworkin Report
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"geraldo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"C I'm Stanley Here on the level on the go and on Wi be si dot com Camera. And Nigel Believe these characters they're weirdos on 93 wnbc. Hello. My name is Jason Hammer. We got the gun guy Guy Welford in for Nigel today. Former Atlanta police officer is back on the force. After the fatal shooting of Ray Shawn Brooks last year at a Wendy's. Do you guys remember this story? Oh, yeah. So Ray Shon Brooks was a 27 year old black guy. He was in the car at Wendy's, and he was passed out. So the police come by. They administer a Breathalyzer test and indicated that Brooks did indeed have a blood alcohol content that was above the legal limit. So they go through the legal process here. He's about to be handcuffed and then Ray Shon Brooks grabbed another officer's Taser. Started to run away. Well. Another officer Garrett Wolfe, Ralph gave Chase and at one point Ratio on Brooks turned around and fired the Taser toward Officer Rolf's head. So in response, he fired three shots, two of which struck Brooks from behind and he was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. And if you remember what happened, then guy fires were started. The Wendy's was looted. All hell was breaking loose the day after that. F F s a roof and have such a hard time saying that Officer Ralph was fired and was charged with 11 different counts, including murder, including murder. This past week. This past Wednesday. He was reinstated, but he was put on leave. The Atlanta Civil Service Board released the decision stating this quote. Due to the city's failure to comply. With several provisions of the code and the information received during witness testimony. The board concludes the appellant was not afforded his rights. To due process. Therefore, the board grants the appeal of Garrett Wolfe and revokes the dismissal of an employee of the Atlanta Police Department. So there's a lot of legal stuff going on here, guy. So it kind of feels like this is your wheelhouse here? Taking birds? I look at what you're seeing here. What do you make of this? Well, I mean, there are jobs where you can be fired for basically no reason. Write a song is There aren't some civil rights being violated than your employer could simply say I you don't have a job anymore, And that's that. But a lot of civil service jobs, including police jobs are governed by employment contracts and labor agreements, and there are some requirements for how these people are both hired and fired. And here. The Civil Service Board who oversees these things in Atlanta, looked at this and said, all right under the contract that exists here. There's a requirement before you terminate a police officer that he gets some level of due process, meaning he has to defend himself. Just coming to make his own argument. He gets to present his own evidence. He gets toe be represented by counsel and or union representation, so there's a process here. That's established by agreement. And war by law there in Atlanta and in Georgia, and all they're saying here, they're not saying that ultimately, he should have his job. They're not saying ultimately he's not guilty of a crime. They're just saying the process. By which he had to be terminated. If he was going to be terminated was not followed, and including his right to defend himself. He was just summarily fired. I believe by the mayor. And I think they're coming out saying Wait a minute. The mayor can't just, you know, unilaterally terminate police officers. There's a process to be gone through, and I don't have a bit of problem with that. And I don't think this speaks to whether anyone's defending him or defending what he did, however, you feel about what happened in that Wendy's parking lot. If there's an agreement and or law that says due process has to be afforded someone, then it does, and that's all this says, and he's still facing the charges is not life. The charges have been dropped. He's just allowed to resume. His job at the police department could still be terminated, but but they have to go through the process that's dictated here under the circumstances. If they go through that process, they give him his ability to defend himself. They made down the road still terminate him. They're just saying that process wasn't complied with her. They were talking about this last night on Hannity show. And you had Geraldo and done Dan Bongino. Now these to bump heads all the time. Sometimes it gets a little uncomfortable. There is a point at one time. I think it's a couple weeks ago. Her, although get calling him a punk, so these two kind of have a history. But Gino, of course, has a background in law enforcement. This was a big topic last night. Geraldo doesn't feel like the officer should be able to have his job back. But at the same time is trying to tell everybody he believes in due process. The action taken against the officer was something that was easily.
"geraldo" Discussed on Bitches on Comics
"It's got a lot of info in there. And i knew that i was going to also bring the death of Into the story. Both of those deaths happened around the same time like of the year. So it's a time of year where am thinking about him. So adam on my mind and I knew that they connected in my mind through. Gus van sant so i got a book also called one hundred little hitlers by a elinor langer and it's about the murder of mogo sarah and it goes in like interviews and like tracks down all the people involved including the murderers and she has a lot of information about ken. Death the main instigator of the murder and she gives her own. Take an opinion on how she felt about tom. Metzger being pin for the responsibility for the crime A lot of people think that that was around people. That aren't even like on the right wayne or anything. But some people think that going after him was like an infringement on free speech but While i was doing research which involved a lot of videos and movies that i would watch take photos of and get stills from draw from those i was watching a geraldo episode and i realized that is man. Ken me ski. Or can death The murderer was in this episode. Along with tom metzger along with his son and the episode. Where all those nose gets broken. I realized that they did have a connection. And the whole point of the trial was trying to prove this connection between enhance here in town and tom metzger. Who lived in san diego at the time and a hero was this. Was this information. So while i was doing research i was coming up and finding things that i don't think are are well known. I definitely drew a lot from books. Mainly the two books that i listed. But i have like in the bibliography. There's like maybe twenty bucks and a bunch of articles Magazine articles in newspaper articles. I tried to include everything even now. I'm remembering things that. I forgot to list for that. I used for visual reference but i tried to include everything. Yeah you're at the end like very low. I was thinking about you lettering it. I was like oh my gosh. Their hand was the word. So i did have to like relocate to glide it in black and white originally and they were like no. It's gotta be color files. And so i re lettered again. Yes definitely it was laborious. But i was really proud of that. I kind of enjoy doing it because it felt like validated the amount of piles of books and stuff. I had around my house. And all the all the time spent squinting at a computer screen and taking photos of stills videos and things like that..
The Case Of Nicholas Barclay
"Three years and full month earlier. Thirteen year. Old nicholas lie left. He's family san antonio home in frustration with a reputation for being troubled. Pain nicholas frequently skipped school and when he did attend he was often in trouble for being disruptive he's home life was equally unstable single mother. Beverly dullah was a high functioning heroin addict who worked seven nights a week at a local donuts door to provide for her family. Nikola softened lashed out at beverly heating and cursing at her and the police had been called out on a number of occasions to breakout arguments in an attempt to control nicholas outbursts. Beverly asked geraldo son. Nikolas brought by jason to move in having jason dair initially diffused tension between bedi nicholas. But as tom went by jason who was in his early twenties and also struggling with drug addiction came caught up in the family. Fighting dare arguments could be heard from neighbouring properties on june thirteen nineteen ninety-four nicholas decided to blow off some steam. After a fought with these mother bus shooting a few hoops at the local park. He had a law on his mind. He already had a juvenile record and was due to faces sentencing. Hearing the following day this was to address a racing event in which he had broken into a convenience store and stalin a pair of tennis shoes. One possible outcome of the hearing was that nicholas could be placed in a group arm a prospect that greatly distressed him before nicholas left pressed the fog dollar bill into. He's hand her only instructions with him to be back home for dinner shea then retired to bed to sleep in preparation for her not shift. That work light that afternoon. The phone rang at the house. Jason answered was nicholas asking if these mother could pick him up from the park. Jason told nicholas that beverly was still sleeping and he'd have to walk time nicholas. Barklay never made it home for dinner that night the next morning following not shift at the donuts door. Beverly reported nicholas missing to local. Police nicholas had a history of running away from home and the offices were initially unconcerned by his disappearance. They speculated that nicholas was avoiding he sentencing hearing and reassured beverly that he would likely show up after a few days as he had done in the past. Beverly couldn't shake the feeling that something more was amiss. Shea and nicholas is older siblings jason and sister carey when about the neighborhood putting up flyers and knocking in the hopes someone had seen the blonde haired blue wad slim. Tain police interviewed beverly's baugh who told of the many arguments shea heard coming from the house particularly after jason had moved back in with nicholas and his mother wakes passed with no lades. Nicholas's disappearance gained little media attention. He's family felt that authorities had minimal interest in trying to locate the missing tain diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and naturally trusting of strangers. Beverly thought that nicholas smart have accepted a lift home with an unknown person and met with foul play. She spoke of her sons loving nature. Anyone who would listen hoping to sway the local perception that he was unruly teenager. She remembered how affectionate hey could bay and thought about. He's taught warm hug often three and a half months off his disappearance a small glimmer of hope that nicholas barklay was alive and well presented itself. Jason was returning home one afternoon when he saw nicholas trying to break into the garage of their low set modest brick family. Time when nicholas court saw jason Disappearing down the straight jason. Find the local police and an was dispatched to the house Hey conducted a search of the premises and the straight blocks surrounding time but could find no sign of nicholas despite this promising laid there were no further sightings and the case turned code as the months. Dis went by nicholas. Family came to the conclusion that he had most likely died. Had he been alive they were certain he would have reached out to them.
"geraldo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Becoming partly cloudy. Ah, hi Near 70 a few showers late tonight A lower 54 right now some fog and drizzle a 64 degrees A 30 at news radio 1200 W away. I The second Senate impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump gets underway at noon today. The now former president is accused of inciting the deadly mob attack of the U. S Capitol on January. 6th. Mr. Trump's lawyers insist the trial itself is unconstitutional. They're attacking House Democrats case as political theater and they say that the president Urged his supporters last month to fight like hell. But when he did so he was speaking in a figurative sense. Only conviction would require 67 votes in the 100 member Senate, So in acquittal is the expected outcome. Trump has refused to request to testify during his unprecedented second trial, and it remains unclear whether House impeachment managers will move to call witnesses. South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, meantime, argues this is not what the founding fathers had in mind when they created impeachment they never envisioned going after president once he's out of office. What's the purpose of impeachment is to remove the person not bar them from running in the future, So the whole point of impeachment is lost when the person is no longer in office. Democrats argued that the former president's inciting of the Capitol Hill riot should not go unpunished. The Biden administration is expected to fire 56 Senate confirmed U. S attorneys appointed by former President Trump, according to CNN. The Justice Department is expected to ask the leftover trumpet attorneys to submit their resignations, however, to will be Aired Delaware U. S attorney David Weiss, who's overseeing the tax probe of Hunter Biden and Connecticut U. S Attorney John Durham, who is investigating the origins of the Trump Russia probe. The purge also won't apply to those who are on Lee installed on an acting basis, including Michael Sherwin, the acting U. S attorney for the District of Columbia. Who's handling the prosecution of those involved in the January 6th riot, the U. S Capitol, the FBI and the Secret Service or hunting a hacker who tampered with the Florida city's water supply. The hacker boosted the level of sodium hydroxide or lie and all Oldsmar water supply from 100 parts per million, two more than 11,000 per million, officials say. While that's significant and potentially dangerous, the plant operator saw what was happening and was able to stabilize the situation. Florida Senator Marco Rubio tweeted that the incident should be treated as a matter of national security. The Hack was uncovered Friday, two days before the Super Bowl was held at Raymond James Stadium about 30 miles away. A woman was killed last night after being hit by a car while she was trying to cross the access Road off Luke Portended Alamo Downs Parkway last night, police say another woman driving an SUV did not see the victim crossing the street until it was too late, but did stop at the scene and called police AMs performed lifesaving measures, but the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. The access road was shut down, but has since reopened. The driver's not facing any charges. Local leaders say the area's covert 19 trends are moving in the right direction. With daily cases and hospitalizations continuing to drop. We're doing well continue your part. Continue to mask up practice, physical, distancing and proper hygiene. Let's get through this together, Do it for yourself, do it for your family and do it. For San Antonio. The positivity rate is now at 9.7%, the area's overall Covad 19 risk is now considered moderate. Meantime, Governor Greg Abbott says the state is working with FEMA to create vaccination super sides that can administer up to 6000 additional covert 19 vaccines per day for a period of two months. First sides will likely open in the cities of Houston and Dallas. But Mayor Nierenberg says San Antonio should be considered as a super site. Throughout this pandemic that we have been able to innovate and step up were needed. And right now we could operate a super site right at this moment if we had this supplies to come in He says. Not only do we have the capacity to administer the vaccines on a large scale, we have some of the highest covert mortality rates and have a vulnerable population that needs to be vaccinated. Employees of the Texas Trucking Association are anticipating vaccines will be available to them as early as April. Since the beginning of the pandemic, and 2020 truckers have continued carrying and delivering their freight without interruption. All truckers are not included in the category of essential employees. It is no doubt their work is essential to cities and states all throughout the country. The CDC recommended back in December. Essential employees who work in fields such as transportation should be part of phase one C for the vaccine. Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush is forming a task force to defend the oil and gas economy. Bush says the Texas Defense Task Force will aggressively pursue legal action against federal overreach and defend jobs in the energy sector. Governor Abbott ordered state agencies to get ready for courtroom fights over executive orders from President Biden Bush says the task force will partner with private entities and will file lawsuits and the next few years And this comes as Biden revoke the permit for the 1700 Mile Keystone XL pipeline on his first day in office, ending a project that was expected to employ more than 11,000 Americans a share the next time the Super Bowls played, you may be able to place a wager in Texas thanks to bills filed in the state Legislature. But they face opposition from the powerful Texas Baptist Convention. It's an industry that's come into this state every other two years and tried to sell the weather's on how they believe that play a role in the state's economy, and you know, it's not surprising that we're seeing it again. The church's Rob Kohler says. Other states have tried gambling to increase revenue, and it's under delivered this year. In Texas. There's a new coalition of pro sports teams and online gambling platforms, which have teamed up to lobby for sports betting. It includes the Dallas Mavericks and owner Mark Cuban says it's crazy. Sent Texans.
"geraldo" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"He's probably not speaking to me anymore. I'm thinking about my old friend Donald Trump, as he now faces the ultimate indignation his second impeachment. Unlike the first, which was based on that Ukraine phone call fiasco that was as phony as the Russia Russia hopes used to harass his first three years in office. This time, As I've said repeatedly, I believe the charges against the 45th president to be true. And richly deserving of impeachment. Wrote a tweet the other day, commending how he had fought like a lion to get elected and criticizing what otherwise marred what could have been the most successful one term presidency in history. I wrote if only he had shown humility and compassion to fellow victims, especially after he got sick with the covert virus, which has claimed almost half a million American lives. If only he had worn a mask as an example of responsible leadership if only he had rallied, encouraged and cheered beleaguered Americans of every race and class during this pandemic, instead of just focusing on getting re elected. If only he had been reasonable healing and gracious in defeat. If only so, what? Now? Maybe it is a cop out, but I do not believe he should be convicted because he is already out of office and the issue is therefore moved. To go forward now would just be to take revenge. I know it avoids conviction on procedural grounds, but I think it is the best result for the country going forward. But again if only I'm Geraldo Rivera reporting, Fox knew.
"geraldo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Someone who was famous either their offspring or Or their sibling or whatever. And also be in the same line of work as that particular brother, sister, Father, mother or whatever, because you might get a break. You might get somebody to look at your work. And people resent you for that. But after a while, if you're no good, you're not going to stick around. You're not going to find work. You're basically going to be Oh, that's right. He's so and so's brother and for the longest time That happened in my next guest. He is Frank Stallone. His brother, of course, is Sylvester Stallone. Long before Sylvester Stallone hit it big with Rocky. His brother was a very accomplished musician actor. And also writing songs for other acts, including himself, for that matter. Well, somebody kind of figured out it might be an interesting tale to tell about a guy who's in the shadow of his brother that is still Making a lot of money. Writing a lot of songs acting in a lot of movies. Oh, and by the way, he's also a pretty good boxer. So this documentary came out last week. It's about 80 minutes. I watched it on Monday, Monday night this week. The documentaries Stallone Frank, that is its name. The name of the documentaries alone, Frank, that is And there's there really some great testimonials as to his talent and what he conducive by some very prominent feet, people not only his brother, but Arnold Schwarzenegger, Billy Dee Williams. Tell you Shire, Danny Aiello, Burt Young, Frankie Avalon, Richie Sambora, John Oates. Even Geraldo Rivera. And it's out right now. It Z kind of campy, but it tells the story of what might happen. If you've got that kind of talent, and you've got a major roadblock in front of you, here's a little bit The movie trailer from Stallone. Frank, that is, please welcome. Frank.
"geraldo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"M in Cleveland. Weekdays from 9 A.m. to 10 Am course he confined him on Twitter as well. At Geraldo Rivera. Geraldo joins the shell. Thank you so much for taking a few minutes to talk to us. And And let me start as somebody who has interacted with former President Trump numerous times throughout the course of the past four years. Let me start with the legacy of now. Former President Donald Trump your thoughts on that. Well, Brian, I think you have to start with what happened on January, the sixth and the in the Capitol building that that riot that caused so much damage. Five deaths. The legacy of the president is, I think forever tainted by the horror of that violence. I mean, if you didn't get down through how he did as president, he took much better than he is generally credited eyes there is if he had graciously accepted defeat. Reasonable time after the election. When the first wall appearance has been resolved by the Supreme Court of the United States, people would remember him. I think Brian as the most successful one term president ever Accomplished so much in terms of minority unemployment in terms of the treaties that he was the Abraham accords and so forth the trade deals We did not go to war, you know, so I think he had a lot going for him. You could question some of the other. Things that he did that I may or may not like, but so much of it is tainted by that violence. By the horror of what happened by the fact that he now is facing, you know, trialing in the United States Senate that could result in him being barred forever running for office again, Brian Brian Gorman here with live coverage of the inauguration of Joe Biden. And joining me is Geraldo. Let's get your reaction now to Joe Biden's inaugural address. What did you think of it? That was pretty good. I was, you know, I'm not a Biden fan. I supported President Trump. I thought that he deserved reelection. I was disappointed that he lost But Joe Biden is a very decent person is a nice guy, and I thought that his speech was very aspirational. Very positive, You know, But the thing about Democrats, I think the thing about politicians They call.
"geraldo" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Way. Just have a new sound bite have Nancy Pelosi, CNN's newsroom, she was talking with the correspondent Manu Raju. Manu Raju report about Pelosi's California call with the House Democratic Caucus. About possible new articles of impeachment against the Trumpster. She's making very clear that there's more support from moving forward with impeachment among the House Democratic caucus. Now then there was the first time Donald Trump was impeached back in 2019. She said that she prefers the president resigning or Vice President Mike Pence and the Cabinet invoking the 25th amendment to force the president out of office. But she's making it very clear they're prepared to move forward with impeachment. Well, they better hurry. If that's the objective if they want to get rid of trump the impeachment because today is the eighth In 12 days plugs. Biden gets inaugurated, So they got to do this in 11 days. They've got to call a house together. We got to get the Senate to go ahead and convict. For this and then they want to provides. Oh, That Trump cannot Seek the presidency ever again, and they think that doing this is going to pressure the Cabinet and Pence into invoking amendment 25. Pence has said that he's not going to do this. There's more desire to impeach Trump now than there was in 29. I totally believe that That was trumped up like you couldn't believe in 2019 a bunch of people just going along with it, But this hatred is visceral. You can touch it. You can see it. You can see it's steaming from boy electrodes on these Democrats heads. I've never seen personal animus that he like this. I mean, it is, It's almost to the point of uncontrollable and unpackaged herbal. Here is Cindy Jefferson City, Missouri State Capitol. Great to have you with us? Hello? I rush. Thank you for taking my call. Um, first, I just want to say I'm talking to you from my rush phone back in 2016. You've graciously gave me this iPhone and it has been a treasured gift for me. Are so long and what kind of phone is it? Uh, was it a iPhone? A type thing? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And my family does it my rush phone So anyway, prayers to you in your family and all of your stuff that I'd be And I'll get my point. This morning. My husband watches Fox news every morning. And this morning, Geraldo Rivera was on there. The Grim Reaper who died Well, he would like for head Cruise and Josh Holly's career to die. And he said that they're responsible for The riots that took place on the Capitol. Come on. I know Come on. It's ridiculous. It's childish. It's this this idea. I mean, some are blaming me for promoting violence now because of my show yesterday. This is just absurd. It is it truly is, and it's infantile. It isn and Brian kill me. God love him. He came back and he said No, Geraldo. Do you think that we should condemn Bernie Sanders and get rid of Bernie Sanders because of the shooting that happened on the baseball field with East police? Because that guy was a 30 Ft. Sanders fan and hurled It was like a, uh I don't quite remember all that. Yeah, Big Corolla forgot that his mind went back to Al Capone's vault. Yeah, and my son who's 28, a strict conservative said. Well, Geraldo, Why don't you ask Steve Scalise? I bet he remembers all the facts about that. And it just It's so Mind boggling how they can forget those issues. Well, it's but it's a this is my guy. Keep going back to my point. This is who they are. Why is everybody surprised? Okay, so they're blaming Holly, You're blaming holy for the rights. They blamed Ted close. They just happen to be the most convenient, outspoken Republicans. They blame Sarah Palin for Gabby Giffords getting shot. They blame me for the Oklahoma City bombing back in 1995, for crying out loud. This is long before Fox News. I was it at the time. Another local talk radio programs. They blame me. The Oklahoma bombing. Bob Bill, quit. This is what they do. And I tell you, it, Z It's a study. How they get away with this, and nobody ever figures out Who these people really After they made him they.
Trump's Support From Latino Voters Holds Steady
"Edition from NPR News. I'm Scott Simon. President Trump is holding steady or doing better with Latino voters than he did in 2016, according to polls. That may be surprising. The president has called Mexican immigrants, rapists and drug dealers and his presidency is haunted with images of immigrant Children separated from their parents and crowded detention centers. NPR's Leila Fadel reports. His support is not waning, and most of it comes from men. Raimondo Torres is a staunch supporter of this president. The initially attracted me and keeps me tied to him is that he has taught Republicans how to not just win but no longer throw our faces and bodies in front of every punch that the left is willing to throw. Torres is Arizonan, ethnically Mexican and a devout Catholic, he says. What he likes is that Trump doesn't take any mess from Democrats or what he calls establishment Republicans. So on Election day he's voting for the president. Top of mind for him is the courts and the more than 200 judges trumps appointed in his time in office. My family's been in Arizona for more than 100 years. We don't see ourselves as immigrants. Sweets they are so very much is Arizonans and Americans to continue to treat us as if we're all still just fresh across the border, which most Republicans and a lot of Democrats would like to think we are just easily encapsulate us. To something that is not resounding and Torres is part of about or just over a quarter of Latinos who are strongly or somewhat in support of this president. Michelle May. Orga, a new Mexico based pollster, says the backbone of the support comes from men has many men in particular are a swing vote, their vote that we have to go and get And while Democrats will likely win the majority of Latino votes overall, the margins are narrower with men. A New York Times Sienna College poll found the vice President Joe Biden, leads by 34% points. Latina voters. But with Latino men, his lead is just eight points. Republicans will take a larger margin than maybe they have in the past or enough that you know it is starting to eat into the Democratic margin. The Republican Party has been courting the Latino vote for decades, says historian Geraldo Cadaver, who wrote a book on Hispanic Republicans. President Richard Nixon set the town. Nixon did it through a kind of politics of patronage and High level appointment, he appointed the first Hispanic treasure of the United States, a Mexican American woman and appointed Latinos toe other top positions. The big question is why Why is the number holding steady or in some place is going up slightly? Despite anti immigration policies and offensive language about African and Latino immigrants, I think I would point first to the development over a long period of time of Ah, partisan loyalty to the Republican Party and Latino Republican voters just identify as Republicans above all else, just like many Americans also could. Office says Latino voters vote on issues of religious freedom The economy trumps argument about a strong pre coded 19 economy for Latinos resonates, as does his law and order messaging. Many Latinos are cops, Border Patrol officers or in the military. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign has made a concerted effort to court the vote early. I think it's been kind of amazing to watch. I mean, in some ways, the Latinos for Trump Campaign, which started officially in the spring of 2019 has been relentless in Recruiting Latino voters that they're actually trying to increase and have been trying to increase trumps Latino support, not just kind of hold it, study or depress the turnout of Democrats. That's the first thing. Randall Avila, the executive director of the Orange County Republican Party, talks about when knocking on doors of other Latino voters in Southern California. He points to a low unemployment rates for Latinos, pre pandemic, the party's preference for school choice and lower taxes. I've never seen the Republican Party fight this hard to get Latino on African American votes. I can definitely understand whether some hesitancy based off some past comments or policies. But I don't believe that is the Republican Party of today. You know, we have a number of Latino candidates. A number of Latino Republicans who are really stepping up and taking center stage. A villa says he hopes that resonates because come November, the party will need the votes to flip the four congressional seats they lost in 2018 in Orange County and hold on to their county seat.
Texas governor says coronavirus spread is 'unacceptable'
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