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"geraldo" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Will join nine other openly. Lgbtq members of congress jones calling the accomplishment a lot of responsibility. then you've got sarah mcbride. Who made history back in two thousand sixteen as the first openly transgender person to speak at a major party convention. She made history again as she was elected to the delaware state legislator becoming the highest ranking trans lawmaker in the country mcbride celebrated last night saying in a statement that she is humbled by the support that she's received and she hopes her wind quote shows and lgbtq kid that our democracy is big enough for them to we got transgender people. We got gay people of color. What america's legislatures on their way from turning from madman into pose and it's so inspiring that after so many years the lgbtq community will finally have an opportunity to get then just latian blocked by mitch. Mcconnell and having the first two openly gay black members of congress is amazing. I mean except for all the straight members always going to be trying to set them up together so you know who else is gay and black. Oh and there's one more candidate who breaking barriers this morning the republican candidate for the state legislature in north dakota who died from covid nineteen in october one. His election tuesday nights election results in north dakota showing the bismarck area district going to david. And all and dave nearing district choosing to representatives typically all died due to complications from covid nineteen when he was fifty five in october. Oh hell no. If you news to a dead guy kill yourself at least make a tight race seriously. Can you imagine losing to a dead guy. Your campaign is literally you just say. Hey i'm alive. And the voters like yeah. I don't know. I don't know all right. We have to take a quick break. But don't go away because when we come back we'll be talking about the surprisingly high hispanic vote for donald trump with professor geraldo cadaver. Stick around this episode of the daily show. Years edition is brought to you by les mills to help.
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'
"Health officials say Texas Texas hospitals hospitals remained remained at at a a pre pre need to help surge surge stem level level the recent it it comes comes rise to to in covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen cases cases cases but but the the numbers numbers of of or cases cases the top have have of the recently recently hour news risen risen radio at at what what seven governor governor forty Abbott Abbott KTRE describes describes H. as as an an unacceptable unacceptable rate rate things up for I I said said today all all along a hundred thirty if four days the positivity to you rates are the or ultimate the hospitalization jury all right rate secretary increase of state too much Mike Pompeii we a Ben have Carson strategies tonight to Geraldo reduce bungee no the spread of my over god nineteen Huckabee without ari Fleischer having to return and to Larry stay elder at home and policies much more nine closing eastern Hannity fox down news Texas see again it tonight will at nine always hope you say DVR be back the last here option to government Marco urging Texans thank to maintain you for being social with distancing us wash your hands frequently and wear a mask when in
"geraldo" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Geraldo well I I think that that number one I admire the quality of your callers strong there their expert witnesses everyone of them at least so far you know I I agree with everything it seems to me that the last caller could be an expert witness for the defense in laying out exactly how he laid it out they want for the that the state the decedent I turned and fired the taser then it was all attic pilot the the pursuing officer Ralph knew that he had to use deadly force that was the transition from days to the to the clock but your you also have to put it in the context of today in the real world this is a very charged atmosphere we're all living in right now she and you know you're in you there in a town that had some issues with race relations with that simple unrest I would say you know with the police yeah you know what controversies and this case will be tried in that atmosphere I think it's entirely up to you you just made an argument for a change of venue you know that which yeah which I would not be a surprise in the movement where where did you move it I mean if it weren't for Intel another words outside of that particular county where it took place for one stay right there Geraldo Leo Terrell final moments so we have our news roundup information overload our our friend John ritual join us in the next hour great guy father's days on Sunday we want to praise all the dads out there and wish you the the best day possible I do suffer from insomnia so far although nose and Leo knows because I've talked to both of them late at night and Geraldo Sir I'm sorry Leo three hours earlier anyway but but I I'm sleeping better than ever and it's all because of the products I get from my pillow dot com and Mike Lindell and I'll tell you I fall asleep faster I stay asleep longer and these products just work because they create the greatest comfort you've ever had in any bad you've ever been in your life it's just phenomenal and the great thing about Mike Lindell of MyPillow dot com they're off offering all sorts of specials on a daily basis buy one get one free specials for example today on the duvet covers which are phenomenal they're bolstered neck and and gives the elegance pillows also they have deals you remember Mike Lindell part turned over part of his factory to make N..
"geraldo" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"I'm not a doctor. I don't know I. Do know very funny. To Watch Donald Trump, so terrified of a ramp. Didn't what? Let's play this emmy because Brandon Matt out here. When Anthony Animalistic AH did the president show. He kept making fun of the fact that Donald. Trump is afraid of steps. Right. He's well known for that right like he's nervous about. Stepping down, there was weird. The famous hand holding with. Theresa May. Not comes to mind early on in his presidency. And a lot an escalator started the whole thing was us later. That's right. True Free I never thought about that. Interesting, but here he is having to go down a ramp and you know. The only the scares me as you remember when this story about him. Going into the bunker when there are protests came out, he has to come out the next day and basically tear gas and fire canisters, people and bullets covered with rubber at people. As a way of making himself feel Macho again I hope I hope. That he doesn't respond in some type of way to make up for the fact of how like. CER- feeble. He seems here. And apparently had trouble drinking a glass of water as he was forcing all these Students to come back and listen to his. His his commencement speech. I love the fact that gave that commencement speech, and the only thing that people are aware of is the fact that he had the tiptoe down the ramp. That I really appreciate. I feel like we should play that just when we want. Cheer ourselves up. Although the Scottish Decisions Pretty pretty good. all right well. We're GONNA take a break when we come back. We'll be talking to Geraldo Korat Cobb. Is a professor of history. Northwestern University author of the Hispanic Republican Shaping of an American political identity from Nixon to trump will be right back after this. Plays Music. A. Second. Off. Man. On. A. Pleasure to welcome to the program Ronaldo Cavallo, he is an associate professor of history at northwest. University and author of the newly released the Hispanic Republican.
Jake Tapper points out Rush Limbaugh's failed marriages following Buttigieg comments
"Donald Trump is actually backing P. puja John this so he made an appearance on the Geraldo Rivera podcast and he was asked about the comments of Rush Limbaugh here's what Donald Trump the president the United States had to say about rush Limbaugh's comments on the fact that people to judge happens to be a homosexual what Americans vote for a gay man to be president I think so I think there would be some that wouldn't didn't you know I wouldn't be among that group to be honest with you but I think that yes I think that it doesn't seem to be hurting Pete mood at age as you say he has you would call him it doesn't seem to be hurting him very much and but it would certainly be a group you know this better than I did it be a group that probably wouldn't but you know you are you and I would not be in that group yeah then why are you giving the medal of freedom to to to to Rush Limbaugh you've dealt you dealt and by the way I hear a few people that have literally zero credibility but I'm gonna read off what they said about the Rush Limbaugh comments because when people like senator Lamar Alexander and Lindsey Graham are speaking out against the ball you know what's wrong Lindsey Graham said it's a miscalculation as to where the country is that I think the country is not going to disqualify somebody because of their sexual orientation when asked if Limbaugh should retain the the medal of freedom Graham said well my god free speech still exists this has nothing to do with free speech if somebody one on the sidewalk and was screaming out the N. word and Donald Trump gave him the medal of freedom award would that be Lindsey Graham's answer while you're allowed to have freedom of speech the question wasn't about freedom of speech it was about is this the right guy to receive the award so of course Lindsey Graham dodges dodges the question what a shocker Republican senator rob Portman sort of Limbaugh he may disagree as I do with their policy positions but the question is what their qualifications are not other
Barr fires warning shot at Trump in new interview
"President trump tweeted a quote from his Attorney General the president has never asked me to do anything in a criminal case CBS is Ben Tracy says William Barr had a lot more than that to say in an ABC news interview I cannot do my job here at the park with constant background commentary that the Attorney General fires a warning shot telling president trump to stop attacking the justice department to have public statements hand tweets made about the department make it impossible for me to do my job bar claims he never discussed the Roger stone case with the White House and says he decided on his own to overrule prosecutors on the case before the president tweeted that their request of a seven to nine year sentence for stone was very unfair and a miscarriage of justice it just sort of illustrates had disrupted these tweets convey bar rarely speaks out against Mr trump but his comments come as he's facing a potential rebellion inside the department of justice and CBS the Stephen port going tells us Mr trump is also making news for a difference of opinion with a man he prays then honored in his state of the union the president was asked on WTAM Cleveland whether Americans would vote for gay men to be commander in chief I think so I think there would be some that wouldn't and you know I wouldn't be among that group to be honest with you Rush Limbaugh said on his show this week that voters would blanch at seeing people to judge kissing his husband on the debate stage but Mr trump told Geraldo Rivera being gay hasn't been a liability for the former south bend mayor it doesn't seem to be hurting him very much but it would certainly be a group you know this better than I did it be a group that probably wouldn't but you know you are you and I would not be
Trump says he may stop allowing aides to listen to foreign leader calls following infamous Ukraine call
"Leave president trump telling Geraldo Rivera in a radio interview that he might end the long running practice of letting other administration officials listed in a presidential calls with foreign leaders after the president's impeachment was triggered by is July phone call with the president of Ukraine that's what they've done over the years when you call a foreign leader people listen I may end the practice entirely I may have I may and is entirely sometimes you have twenty
Agility with Claire Hooper and special guest Monique Murphy
"I am a feminist but this week I had to go shopping for a new electric toothbrush because my old one died because they charge. It doesn't work in Australia where I am. Because partition and the only electric toothbrushes that they had that were portable that you didn't have to plug in children's ones and I had a choice of Spiderman or bobby and I chose Bobby because she's got her own Dream House Spiderman got a Web. Don't want that other boys. Things are always better. I hate the way it's sort of like ocean chose the boy's thing so it's good fem. Things are also also good. Bobby's got some great outfits. Nothing nothing wrong with outfits trying to think of which one I would have chosen. Okay I think I probably would have gone for spider man. I feel lucky. Get all over. Oh my teeth a bit better bobby. Abebe prissy she the front and Black Tie and you know what I hadn't thought about it that functionally it was more like decorative Lee that I was thinking about it. But in retrospect I've made a terrible era. I'm a feminist but I reckon most of my career opportunities because it wouldn't look at me I shouldn't have started on that one. Aw I don't I don't know what you mean what I mean. No because I'll obligingly high heels on and I look like like I'm just no that's not what I mean. Look like a a look like couldn't be more bland. That's no no no. They won't have the rush the stage. No I'm not asking for PD. On just reflecting on the fact that that I get it. Let's just do a different one right. We still got another out again. But I'm way too proud when my husband asks me to parallel park. The car full him. Oh I'm a feminist bart tonight because I'm tall. I landed in Brisbane and I felt I needed a bit bit of something you know. It didn't feel I felt a bit tired and I thought I need a bit of something. So I went to the culturally insensitively named and Mecca makeup and paid alleged there to glue eyelashes my eyes in excessive my own own makeup just to be clear. That's not okay. Is it taking the name of the sacred place at the counter it says Mecca pops Mecca. This up I'm just like I don't think they should be fair. In Britain we have make a Bingo. That's even worse definitely Geraldo might be you. Would that is over. It's definitely was a real coincidence because I was getting some brooms when I go there because I went and had my nails done on my manicures told me she said what's around the corner because I said if I just wanted to get some eyelashes done just to give me a bit more of a Cappella. Has It worked thank you thank you. I'm a feminist but nothing I've ever worn to costume party. Has Spain occurred. What has it been fun flirty? Just really hope understand. No it's more like nineteen seventies hot pants medieval winch a euro occupation era. But it's always like a little bit to you can see. I think I do that too. In truth I think I do. I have no great interest in making myself. You know when people go out Out to sort of do fake blood and stuff. I'm like I'm saying I'LL TO CLEVELAND French. I'm a feminist. But when I was in the culturally insensitively titled Mecca Make. My Card was declined when I was paying eyelashes so I had to call my husband and in London and wake him up to get him to shift some money around to get some money onto this debit account. Because I didn't do any the internet banking and have no interest in it. We so I talked about this date. We date at the NAS show. You've just realize that now. And that's awkward. But they call him. Because I couldn't walk out of the shop and say don't worry because the eyelashes were attached to my face so they put them on and and then you pay for them and I thought if he doesn't wake up well he doesn't always phone she's going to have to literally rip these off my face to get her money back. Your your very ethical. I reckon about twenty percent of the audiences. I don't know how to get free eyelashes now. I'm a feminist but what I was relieved to find out my second baby was another girl so I didn't have to follow through on my promise of dressing a boy in the exact same clothes. Big Sister Award I will. Don't you worry. Put Him on his suitcase. Boys girls they can away awesome. Thank God it's ago can I do. Oh yeah please go okay thanks. I'm a feminist but when none of my feminist friends are around I use my girl voice to get what I want put. What's I'm not getting much conditioning? Back like say taken or doc recycling you now why are you applauding. Nothing to be
Atalanta vs Fiorentina suspended for three minutes after racist abuse directed at defender Dalbert
"Cowardice is from the Associated Press. We're checking in Italy again where I'm sure things are just fine. Atlanta's two two draw with Fiorentina on Sunday was suspended briefly during the first half Jew to chance aimed at d'albert however the Italian League's George Oh Jones on Monday that he is yet to decide whether Atalanta warrants a punishment judge Geraldo Master Andrea said in his weekly disciplinary report but Donald Burt needs to be interviewed before his decision is made following three step process for handing racism inside stadiums referee Daniele are SRA are subtle ordered warning to be read over the stadiums loudspeaker that the match would not resume until the chance ceased the fee for process requires a referee to briefly pause a match at the first hint of discriminatory chance request an announcement over the stadium's public address arrest asking fans to stop. If the chanting persists the referee can suspend the match an ordered the teams into the changing rooms until it stops. If that doesn't work doc the referee can stop the match definitively while the fee for process is straightforward. It has rarely been implemented in Syria. Oh it has I don't. I don't mean to laugh but that is. Just you know I felt really tackling this problem with authority. I mean if Donald Albert has been racially abuse which he has the fact that he must then be interviewed before a decision can be made is is just so weak that I can't even tell you. The referee stopped the game for a reason the evidence is there act why put the guy through the trauma again why interrupt his playing career to drag him in front of George to interview him. How `bout you drag like some of the neanderthals making those noises in front of a judge formula but hate crimes.
Atalanta vs Fiorentina suspended for three minutes after racist abuse directed at defender Dalbert
"Checking in Italy again where I'm sure things are just fine. Atlanta's two two draw with Fiorentina on Sunday was suspended briefly during the first half Jew to chance aimed at d'albert however the Italian League's George organised on Monday that he is yet to decide whether Atalanta warrants a punishment judge Geraldo Master Andrea said in his weekly disciplinary report but Donald Burt needs to be interviewed before his decision is made following three step process for handing racism inside stadiums referee Daniele are SRA are subtle ordered warning to be read over the stadiums loudspeaker that the match would not resume until the chance ceased the fee for process requires a referee to briefly pause a match at the first hint of discriminatory chance request an announcement over the stadium's public address arrest asking fans to stop. If the chanting persists the referee can suspend the match an ordered the teams into the changing rooms until it stops. If that doesn't work doc the referee can stop the match definitively while the fee for process is straightforward. It has rarely been implemented in Syria. Oh it has I don't. I don't mean to laugh but that is. Just you know I felt really tackling this problem with authority. I mean if Donald Albert has been racially abuse which he has the fact that he must then be interviewed before a decision can be made is is just so weak that I can't even tell you. The referee stopped the game for a reason the evidence is there act why put the guy through the trauma again why interrupt his playing career to drag him in front of George to interview him. How `bout you drag like some of the neanderthals making those noises in front of a judge formula but hate crimes. I YEP anyway. I I just WANNA say at some point we will have to stop checking in with Italy because nothing good is happening. No certainly not in the stands. It doesn't feel that way right
Another weekend of protests in Hong Kong
"In Hong Kong this weekend yet. More mass protests and a worrying rise in violence fifty days on from the first huge marches the territory's the nameless leaderless protest movement is escalating tens of thousands took to the streets chanting slogans such as Free Hong Kong and this is the revolution of our times amongst the protesters. The mood was defiant here because we send an protect the freedom that we deserve and I think the whole the whole just so the phone call is not China read Shangaan Yeah but you date China's mainland government held a press conference in Beijing to give its response and extremely rare move very unusual for the central government to speak for the Hong Kong government. It does away with the fiction that Hong Kong is kind of perfectly self-governing territory. David Rennie our Beijing bureau chief. This was the government in Beijing willing out to spokesman for the Business Central Government that deals with Hong Kong and Macau the former British Portuguese colony so we had these two spokesman young shoe being and they were answering questions from the Chinese state media but also some foreign media on weeks and weeks of very very large sometimes violent protests and so is is it ominous that they even took to the microphone at all it is pretty ominous because for the first several weeks of these large protests the censorship machine kept news of what was happening in Hong Kong from the mainland public. What's happening now is that state media is turning this into an attack on hostile foreign forces black hands unpatriotic radicals in Hong Kong who are trying to damage Hong Kong's prosperity and stability and the problem with the central government making those accusations out loud is that they're giving themselves no room to back down and so that really has people anxious in Hong Kong around the world that we could see quite a nasty crackdown coming if these protests don't stop because then our? Tones into a test of the central government's authority so you mentioned that in the press conference there is talk of the the black hand this notion of foreign influence I mean how how much do you think that's a part of this. And how much is that it just a useful bogeyman. It's absolutely out of the propaganda message. The evidence is actually the other way. Actually president trump himself has praised the Chinese leader Xi Jinping for his restraint that said keep an eye on the U._S. Congress because the U._S. Congress actually has an extremely powerful weapon that could use if things get much worse in one thousand nine hundred to the U._S.. Congress passed a law that basically treats Hong Kong as a bit like a Western country when it comes to things like trade tariffs these rules Hong Kong have a completely different legal status the to mainland Chinese. If things got really really ugly troops on the streets Congress has its in its power to tag that up and to basically exposed Hong Kong to all of the same tariffs and visa restrictions that any other bit of China face as you say these protests I have been going on for weeks and weeks why Beijing decided to raise his head above the parapet now so the protests have changed quite dramatically in nature over the last ten days also we had had this situation where you have these large process which during the day they were often very peaceful grannies and children in pushchairs and then after night fell you would get more trouble people throwing bricks and bottles and tear gas from the police that was so settling into a pass and everything changed about nine days ago up to big things happen one was that the protests is attacked for the first time the central government's liaison office in Hong Kong threw black paint on the coat of arms of the People's Republic of China on the outside of that office that sounds a bit kind of Esoteric Terek perhaps outside China but in China that's the kind of behavior they get locked up for a very very long time. It's dark challenge to come to authority. The other big thing that happened was there was a protest in a small town near the Chinese mainland in an border where some mysterious dozens of tufts in white shirts attacked protesters very very violently. Those guys in white shirts are widely believed to be gangsters from organized crime syndicates the triads and they were believed to be in collusion with these central government authorities because the police melted away and disappeared and as long as the gangsters were attacking protesters. The police were nowhere to be seen that has really really hardened opinion in Hong Kong the idea that Hong Kong is a civilized western style country with the rule of law and a police force you can trust has been really savagely undermined by this idea of collusion between that police force and Organiz Anais criminal gangsters and that came up at the press conference that journalists off the central government whether it was true that there had been that kind of collusion and they said no and they stood up for the police and they praised the police professionalism and said that the illegal behavior on the protesters aside so the two camps are very very firmly dug in and so in this extremely rare press conference what was the sort of overall tone was the take home message that Beijing is projecting. It was a mixed picture so you had very firm lines of criticism for for the hypocrisy of the westerners who seemed to be praising the protesters but condemning the police when the police used teargas and you had very strong support for the embattled Chief Executive of Hong Kong Carrie Lam central government expressing posting its firm support for Geraldo. They said that government had mishandled the original causal these protests which was a law proposing to extract people from Hong Kong to mainland courts. I think they will have been some sighs of relief. In Hong Kong. A lot of people in Hong Kong were watching. Ching this life and their greatest fear did not happen their greatest fear was that there will be some declaration of martial law or a state of emergency all people's Liberation Army troops were going to be kind of ordered onto the streets and a journalist did ask whether the P. l.. A. Might be deployed and these spokesman young sidestepped it. He just said that the law has an article that allows the army to be deployed but he didn't really go there and so in fact the tone of the press conference was in some ways less ferocious than some of the editorials that we saw a few hours earlier published by the state media in Beijing and so is the the mere existence of this press conference a warning shot in itself. Do you think I think what it really is is a very worrying being David. David. signal that the central government is not leaving this to Hong Kong. This has become nationalized. This has become a confrontation between the people of Hong Kong and the Central Government in Beijing and the bad news about that is the central central government never loses any argument and it will do what it takes to win but it would seem from the reports that the protesters themselves feel very empowered. I mean where does this escalation go. I think the woods that you hear more more sort of despair and anger and frustration and distrust. I'm not sure that the word empowered is kind of bleak enough. I don't know that that many people on the streets of Hong Kong sink that they are going to win. They're not under the any illusions about what the government in Beijing is capable of doing. I think that the social contract between the people of Hong Kong and the central government is breaking down you saw appeals to that social contract from the press conference these officials official saying that what really counts in Hong prosperity and stability and we call them the people of Hong Kong to stop these political arguments in contentions and concentrate on developing their economies. That was the promise that was the deal when Britain handed Hong Kong back in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven that if the people of Hong Kong kept quiet and didn't cross the red lines of challenging Communist authority they would be left to make money that isn't enough. The social contract is breaking down and the Problem Alam is the Beijing government isn't going to offer them a better one so this is uncharted territory Thank you very much for joining us
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Lauren Vogel bomb here shortly after midnight in the early hours of June sixth, nineteen forty four nearly twenty thousand allied paratroopers dropped behind enemy lines to be the first soldiers on the ground on d day conditions were terrible that cloud, cover, and fog made it nearly impossible to spot their landing targets and the night sky was pierced with Nazi heavy anti aircraft rounds and Steiber fire for those paratroopers, who made it to the ground, many were separated from their units and unsure of their locations alone in enemy-held territory. They had to find their comrades in the fog, blanketed dark without tipping off the enemy good thing. They had their clicker. Hours earlier when boarding the transport aircraft back in England. Members of the United States one hundred and first division were each handed a small metal box that would serve as a low tech emergency communication device by pushing down on the list of the box with the thumb and releasing it made a sharp clicking sound their instructions were simple. If you're on the ground, and here's someone approaching click once two clicks reply means a friend. No, click could be in trouble. Twenty four hours after landing. The paratroopers were told to ditch or hide their clippers allied commanders were worried that the devices would fall into Nazi hands and be used trick allied soldiers into thinking that an approaching fo was friendly, the day clippers were only an action for twenty four hours, but who knows how many lives were saved by the simple, ingenuity. Inspired by the seventy fifth anniversary of the day invasion. This year, the British company that made those original day clicker is on a search and rescue mission of its own of the seven thousand clicker is manufactured by acme whistles during World War, Two less than a dozen have been recovered. Now. The company has launched a worldwide campaign to find the loss. Deta- clicker and learn the stories behind the brave troops, who carried them we spoke with Ben McFarland, the head of sales, and marketing at acme whistles, which still manufactures whistles in the same Birmingham England factory that took a direct hit from Nazi bombers during the war. He says that the few confirmed clippers in circulation are all held by museums and private collectors, acme whistles itself doesn't possess even one of the original clippers, although it sells an exact replica made with the original machine presses just because there have been so few recovered DJ clippers it doesn't mean that there are not more out there. Mcfarland, said it just means that people don't know that they've got them acme was those has been businesses. Eighteen seventy and is responsible for a number of important whistle. Firsts. It's founder Joseph Hudson. Invent? The first police whistle used by the London. Metropolitan police prior to that the Bobby on the beat used a wooden rattle. Hudson. Also invented the very first sports, whistle the original acme thunder before that football referees. That's soccer to Americans in the UK waved, a white handkerchief to get the players. Attention, not quite as effective. But back to the clippers since the clippers were exclusively supplied to the US, one hundred first airborne McFarland, expects that many reside in America either handed down as heirlooms from generation to generation, or in the hands of antiques collectors, who may not know the Geraldo providence of these humble looking boxes, the day, clicker, also known as the acne cricket was originally used by marching band leaders to click out the tempo of piece of music. They're made of brass and are half open rectangular boxes about the size of the top joint of thumb by half open. I mean that one short end in parts of two walls, are busy from the design the remaining short end is labeled with the acme made an England if you think you're in possession of an original day, clicker MacFarlane wants you to. Email him personally at Ben dot McFarland at acme whistles dot CO dot UK. He's already heard from at least one American woman who appears to have the real deal acne was those plans to invite all clicker owners to England take a tour of the factory receiving engraved, commemorative whistle and share the story of the brave paratrooper who carry the clicker into combat on the day. This episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler Clegg, brainstorm is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more in this most of other topics designed to make a very specific ruckus. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com and for more podcasts from iheartradio. Visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Hi there. This is Josh Clark, and I am taking my show, the end of the world. With Josh Clark on the road. Live to Minneapolis in DC this June on June nineteenth, I'll be at the Parkway theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota and on the following night June twentieth. I'll be at the miracle theatre in Washington DC, if you've heard the end of the world ten times already, or if you've never heard a second of it, it matters, not because this show, explores themes, covered in the end of the world and also chases down, new avenues, like, how good could things be if we managed to survive the next century or two. So come see me this June nineteenth and twentieth in Minneapolis in DC.
The Nationals won a series for the first time in a month
"Allen. A series for the first time in a month. They beat the Mets and the finale of a three-game set seven six, they jumped on Zack Wheeler for four runs in the first inning, the Mets scored four in the third not things up. Michael Conforto a game tying three run Homer. But Wheeler served up Geraldo power to blast blasted the fifth, and the nets were to stay. It was seven four in the night, the Mets scored twice in the bags full but kion Braxton struck out to end the game. Sean Doolittle the save Wheeler failed to three and three after three straight wins. Mickey Callaway Mets lost two in a row. We've been missing putting everything together, we've pissed willa times we've hit well at times, just put them together consistently until like the last week. And when we do that, we're going to be a team to be reckoned with Callaway talked to Mike francesa on the fan. He's got a couple of injuries to contend with Conforto suffered a concussion, thanks to a collision with Robertson Cano both what after a pop up Jeff McNeil left the game. Donald tightness day today, the Mets twenty and twenty two they'll take on the last place. Marlins in Miami Friday night with Jacob. On the
Parra hits grand slam as Nationals rally to beat Dodgers 5-2
"Win in the National League. The nationals get a five two victory over the dodgers. Thanks to Geraldo powers eighth inning grand slam Braves D-Backs six four Wilson contraire ending a fifteen inning marathon. With a walk off shot to get the cubs. Eight to victory over the brewers highlights. The cardinals to one Mets down the Marlins for one. Thanks to one run allowed by Jacob degrom over
Parra hits grand slam as Nationals rally to beat Dodgers 5-2
"The late ballgame in L A went to Washington. Five to over the dodgers. The win the max Scherzer seven innings seven strikeouts. The young dodger starter for no Walker. Buehler was great seven scoreless with seven strike. And then the dodgers bullpen, of course, came into play five runs in the eighth and the nationals win the game grand slam in the eight from Harare part Harare. Geraldo, par has been a dodger killer before par had just signed with the nationals this week in time to play in LA. And this was his first with his
Barr grilled about Mueller letter in heated Senate testimony
"And extrordinary revelation by the New York Times that in late March the special prosecutor, Mr. Muller wrote a letter to the attorney general complaining thought they're complaining. The matter here is Russia gate, the context and here is the molar report. The weekend of the complaint was the one where the attorney general received the Muller report, and then issued an executive summary, pending the reduction of the Miller report, which came some weeks, later, gentlemen, a very good evening to you. Go to the letter that we now have written by we're told the special prosecutor. Mr. Muller, he signed it. But the sentence that seems to have the most complaint in it, quote, the summary letter the department sent to congress and released to the public late in the afternoon of March twenty fourth did not fully capture the context nature and substance of this offices work and conclusions and quote and a. I'm puzzled about this complaint to the attorney general. The word context throws made the word nature is a total. Puzzling and substance of this offices work is this something that's regular exchange between serving a prosecutors and the in the office and the boss himself. Does this happen all the time? Good evening to you. Andy. Good evening, John. No, it's extrordinary. I guess part of it is explained by, you know, people do all kinds of things when they're on their way out the door as some of the staff of this mullah's, and this more self they're apt to do all kinds of stuff when they're going out the door and no longer even cells in the chain of command. But they wouldn't dare have done before that maybe a little of that going on my sense, John is that the sequence of events that's important as attorney general bar pointed out in his testimony was that before bar put out his March twenty four th letter outlining conclusions of Muller's investigation, which he received on two days early on much second before the March twenty four bar letter goes out he gives molar these special counsel an opportunity that we've you the letter before issuing it and Muller declines that opportunity. Bars letter conveys, and this is not something I think that's contestable. That Muller did not make decision on the obstruction charge. Which was quite surprising since that was the main thing that he was brought in I believe to the side. And I think what happened was when bar revealed that Muller had abdicated on the main job that Muller was given to do. There was a lot of press criticism that arose from that. And after hearing all that stuff couple of days, they got miffed, and they sent this letter in and then when bar confronted baller about the letter the day after receiving it PS and quite blank point blank, rather. Are you saying that the letter is inaccurate and Muller, according to bar said, no the letter the complaint was not that. The letter was inaccurate. Was that the press? Coverage was an accurate. So here I think we get to the two things that are of concern to the tender sensibilities of people on Muller staff. One is that they got negative press coverage and because they were the avengers against Trump. They didn't get any negative press coverage. So this was something that was new to them, and I think probably difficult to deal with. And then the second thing is that. Bar is a prosecutor in the old school mold of the Justice department, which is at the prosecutor's job, which is the one that that Muller didn't do on obstruction is to make determination about whether there's enough evidence to charge. Well, whether there's not that's what we need to hear from. Prosecutors not the mood music around the determination, we need that determination that is. Well, part of the problem that it seems from this letter that they've inverted the master server relationship is not the special counsel work for the attorney general. Yes. The the normal chain of command is that the the special counsel reports to the attorney general, but I think that is what happened here was first of all we shouldn't have had a special counsel because there was no crime, and there was no conflict, which the two things you need under the rigs to justify special counsel. They were given that as the Democrats who complained about the firing of me were given a special counsel. Anyway, by Mr. Rosenstein, the the then deputy attorney general, and he made a commitment to the Democrats because they were saying mean things about him in the media. And he wanted them to stop that. He would give Muller basically carte lunch. Muller would have no restrictions. He'd be able to take the investigation wherever he decided to take it. So that would no crime no crime, no parameters. No restrictions on Muller. And then what happened that of importance in the last two months? Is that you know, we got an actual attorney general now who thinks that his job is to be the attorney general, which means he gets to supervise the prosecutors and Muller and his staff got used to operating for two years without any real to provisions, and as a result of that they did things like for example, the microcosm. I think that captures best with the report is like is the George Papadopoulos or the Roger stone indictment. You can pick either one. But both of them are the same thing, you have basically a relatively tiny in the scheme of things process crime that a normal prosecutor would charge a one half power graph indictment saying on you know, on such and such day, the defendant knowingly willfully lied to the FBI, you know, by saying X, and that would be the end of it. Instead with Muller what we got was fourteen. Pages of almost collusion. Nearly collusion. Lots of Russians around here who knows when collusion will happen. And then you put to the last page, and it's got nothing to do with collusion process crime. So that was the way he ran the investigation. And then when we got to the end, he hopes that that would be the way his report would go out. And instead what bar told him essentially was, you know, this is like a prosecutor's office would not writing screenplay and the public with the bottom line in the investigation, which is what you're supposed to get. The attorney general has now spoken to the Senate Judiciary committee and two members of the committee following the end of the testimony Senator Harris of California's Senator Geraldo of Wii have called for the attorney general's resignation. So this matter is now partisan contest is no longer. Just a search for the facts. However, I mentioned that. In addition, the House Judiciary committee. Cities expecting to turn general to testify and the latest news. The attorney general will not because of unusual demands by the house committee for the terms of that testimony. So we're thrown back on this dispute, and I want to identify the dispute in common in terms of what of us was not a lawyer, which is make you to our lawyers. It very much looks like and the word rift was used in an interview on the New Yorker with a Mr. mazzetti and Mr Schmidt, the two times reporters working this story and first revealed the bar. They Muller letter the word rift was used it very much looks to me as those who seek the president's unhappiness impeachment removal from office are siding with Mr. Muller those who seek to support right now. The Trump administration are siding with Mr. bar that looks? To me. I'm non lawyer to be an. An unequal match Mr. bars, the attorney general, and Mr. and Mr. Mueller is a serves the attorney general, do you believe that there is a head of us that scale of contest he said he said they're going to pick these two men against each other in a pending impeachment inquiry. Well, I think John that the way that that that is being teed up as if it was a contradiction makes an assumption. That's not true. And that is that what congress would have to find for impeachment is the same thing that a prosecutor would have had to sign for indictment and important. A fact they're very different. So what I think happened here is not necessarily that that bar and Muller are in conflict, at least in terms of what the facts love, I think they have some legal disagreements, but I think the thing to keep your eye on here is that bar as the attorney general is conducting himself as a prosecutor. And what prosecutors concern is is is there enough evidence beyond a reasonable doubt. To prove a penal offence in court. That was supposed to be Muller's job too. But I believe, and this is the whole thing about, you know, context and substance, and what I call mood music, and and narrative what Muller decided to do and to make his investigation was not the finding of charges or the decision. Whether charges were justified or not what he decided to do with to craft the narrative, and what you know, the the if there's a conflict here, it's that mo- that bar believes consistent with the with the old line Justice department way of thinking about the job of the prosecutor your job is to find out. There's enough evidence to charge or there, isn't what Muller seems to think is that a prosecutor's job is to write a screenplay of a narrative, which is peppered occasionally by things like processed primes. But otherwise what what your job is is to is to crap a story. That paints the president in as unflattering alive as possible mindful of the fact that congress doesn't need a penal offence in order to impeach. So I think they're serving different purposes more than being in in sexual
Geraldo Chapin, Jonathan Holder And Anaheim discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"The brewers. Now in Anaheim. The Yankees are trying to nail down a forty three fourteen victory of the angels in game one of a four game series GIO or shell of the star for the Yanks stellar defense at third base at the go ahead sacked fly in the twelve. Geraldo Chapin blew that one run lead for the bombers, but her shelhah came right back with the go ahead. RBI single in the top of the fourteenth Jonathan holder now. Trying to close it out to outs. The angels to the tying run at first
"geraldo" Discussed on KNSS
"As we continue with. Geraldo Rivera Denman's, you know, Dan role on I would just discussing, you know, the baby you include members of congress. You know, talk radio are on samba team. Both of you a part of it a big part of it, and you know, thirty people and the rest like sheep, but you think about it. They got Richard Jewell wrong. They got Trayvon or Zimmerman wrong. They got UVA wrong. They got Duke lacrosse wrong. They got Ferguson wrong. They got a Cambridge police wrong. They got a Ferguson, Freddie, gray in the cops there. They're all guilty. They rushed look what they did to sixteen year old kid nNcholas, salmon, they got that wrong smollet. They rush the judgment because they hate Trump. They're willing to kill a slander a sixteen year old kid. That's how sick they are. And in every case we've been right? And they've been Sean that's only half the story. It's not just that. You were right. It's that you were slandered. So was Lavigne. Remember when Mark Roe zone where you and so although gets the worst because the. They think Geraldo is whatever on their side. Their cost something because although has an open mind on stuff, you know, he doesn't necessarily follow the company on but LeVine exposed the find award back. What is it two years ago? And I remember listening to your show playing cuts Brian Stelter, some calling him a conspiracy. That's not a fair fight Levin and not at all. No, listen on gray matter, alone, selfish tap out early. But you have people like Chuck Ross, the daily caller who broke the name of Stefan helper. You know, Kim strassel at the Wall Street, right? You're right. It's a small group of pizza small groups slandered, the whole time all of us were and rather you didn't get the brunt. Just for being friends with me. And then you get the brunt of jeez. I love that. I loved it debate. My wife on the fact that you're ever in a fight you want Geraldo in your corner. All in and all that I got you back happy, happy Passover. Okay. All right. Eight hundred.
Republicans introduce House version of bill banning infanticide after failed abortions
"If a mothers in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother, oh, by the way, he's a pediatric surgeon those pictures of the person in black face on his page, and in a Ku Klux Klan outfit. That's you know, he's a medical student. He's a pediatric doctor apparently. So let me understand the. So you know, we'll deliver the baby who make sure the baby's comfortable. And after the baby's comfortable. Then the mother's going to decide whether if the baby's in need of medical attention, whether or not help resuscitate the baby, okay? There is a human living soul that is apparently being kept comfortable living on its own a human being, and then well, we'll let the mother decide you wanna keep it or not keep it. Then we'll have a discussion with the doctors and the mom not. Maybe we'll go down to the maybe we'll go down to the kitchen or the commissary in the hospital and see what that's like I mean, it is beyond gruesome now, it's expanded to Rhode Island and New Mexico and California and oh now Massachusetts has gotten on board. They wanna similar Bill. It was a motion in the Senate to protect babies born alive from an abortion, Democrats, wouldn't even let it come up for a vote that would have offered protections for babies have even botched abortions that lived you. Don't think it happens. It did. It it does. Now joining us is Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor, and by the way is gone on to live a great life. As I understand it as two daughters of her own. She didn't miscarry one son. She speaks out loudly for the voiceless, and we also have with us, doctor Levin Tino. Dr levered Tino started doing abortions in nineteen seventy seven in New York state. During his residency graduated in nineteen eighty went into private practice. I in Florida than in New York and five years doctor Levin, Tino, he performed over twelve hundred abortions, including one hundred second trimester saline abortions. And then later DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. And they both join us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you. Melissa odin. So. Your mom, tried to abort you. But you're alive. What happened? Well, I was the type of procedure Dr Lepetit. No, did I am a saline abortion survivor, and it was also in nineteen seventy seven. So you know, what I know is that my birth. Mother was nineteen years old. She was a college student, and she was actually forced into this abortion by her mother. My maternal grandmother who was a nurse at the hospital where it was performed. So this type of procedure was meant to poison and Skuld me to death. And my medical records actually indicate that I soaked in this toxic sell solution for five period while they attempted to induce my birth mother's labor. And finally that fist day they succeeded. I was expelled from the womb in the final step about abortion procedure. And of course, they thought I would you delivered as a successful abortion, otherwise known as the deceased child, but lo and behold, I was born alive. It's unbelievable now did you ever confront your mother about this? Yeah. So I'm adopted and didn't know that I survived a sealed abortion until I was fourteen. How did you find out? By complete accident. Really? It was a pretty traumatic thing. But my sister, my older sister. Let me know that there was more to the story of my life. And I sat her mother down and never expected for her to say, you know, you survived a failed abortion, and you know, it's devastating. I wish the other side of this issue could understand how traumatic it is to live this kind of life. This is not an easy truth to live through or to live in this kind of do you have any residual physical or mental impact from this. And other oil, you're describing emotional, but are there any physical issues that you've had to deal with as a result of what you're describing is utter brutality. Right. Not long term. So when I first survived the day thought, I had a fatal heart defect there were arguments about whether I would be provided medical care. I've actually been contacted by nurses at that Haas. Spital who were there? I'm gonna meet one of them next month probably face to face for the first time. But I know that there were arguments that they laid me aside that certain people didn't wanna provide me medical care. And so when somebody actually mother your your real mother, ever apologize. Yeah. So I'm one of the few abortion survivors, who's been connected with my biological mother. We actually have a really great relationship. We actually live in the same city. I have this very face filled life that God has blessed. So we live in very close proximity. I was just the other day. She's very sad about what was done to me. What was done to her? You know, she said her greatest regret in life is that she didn't run away from our family to save me. In other words, it was her family pressure that she was pregnant. I assume another young age, and they were pressuring, right? And not just pressured. I mean, literally her mother made that abortion takes place. Wow. Don't talk about right? So many times this past. That's what it used to be. You know, nobody remembers what happened to one of the Kennedy kids putting a hospital, and and basically had a lobotomy some horror riffing treatment of children. Geraldo willowbrook when he discovered with some disabled kids, in the way, they were treated like animals, it was horrible. Dr Levy Tina, let me start with you. So you. Perform some twelve hundred abortions including abortions as late as twenty four weeks. If a if can we can cannot child now be sustained at twenty four weeks with all the medical advancement. We've made. They can. And this is this is what prompted Sandra Day O'Connor years ago to say that Roe versus Wade was on a collision course with itself because row the original decision. Seventy three said that a state could prohibit late term abortion third trimester abortions, and they picked that third trimester. Because that was the beginning of viability and nineteen Seventy-three medical science has not stood still even the WHO at this point recognizes that fetal viability starch probably around twenty two weeks. Now, there are some that survive earlier, but survival is viability is now defined barely consistently is about twenty two weeks of just station. Well, let me ask you a so you did this for a number of years twelve hundred abortions one hundred second trimester saline abortions DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. How do you feel about having done that at this point? And then I'll ask you to describe it, which is why I gave a listener warning earlier, obviously, I'm not happy that that's the decision. I made I stopped doing abortions over thirty years ago. How would you stop you change your mind? My almost six year old daughter was killed in an auto accident. I'm so sorry when you do a DNA abortion, a second trimester Dini abortion. You are literally tearing a child to pieces with your own hands. And I did over one hundred and twenty of those procedures I did do saline abortions in my residency many years before but those became. Say we don't do those anymore, but you know, after her death, and I never thought anything of it. I got used to it. But after you lose a child, and I tell people, you know, if you have a child, you may think you have some idea of what that's like if you haven't been through this yourself. You have no idea what it's like, I hope you never find out. And after Heather died was struck by a car and killed several weeks later, I showed up to do my first Dini abortion, and literally tore out an arm or a leg in the instrument got sick, but had to finish the abortion. I mean, once you start an abortion, you can't stop you'd have to get two arms two legs and all the pieces because if you don't your patients gonna come back, infected bleeding or worse. Well, let me ask you. Okay. So an early term abortion is what you're describing at what point does it become. You're talking about tearing out limbs. And when you take them out with these instruments, which are ripping out. I mean, you see an arm you see hands you see fingers. You see toes you see ahead. You see is. I mean, what are you seeing when you're doing this? You got it. You just described it yourself now first trimester abortions are typically done either by suction DNC, or now the medical abortion pill, R U, four eighty six or Mitha practices is called. But even when you do a section DNC, and you can only do that a few weeks after pregnancy if I'm not mistaken right right now, it's approved up to ten weeks from last menstrual period or eight weeks from conception. But in reality mifepristone is being or are you forty six is actually being used in the second trimester as well. So it's being used even at later stages of pregnancy at this point. But you know, whether it's the suction. Eight weeks last menstrual period from head to rump. That child is about one inch tall at twenty weeks. Look at your hand from the middle of your middle finger down to your wrist. That's the crown rump size from the head in the rump. Counting legs of a baby at twenty weeks. And as I always tell my students and others. You know today, you're an adult one child. Once you're a baby. Once you're an inch tall. But it was always you.
"geraldo" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Geraldo Rivera with us. Geraldo is there when the president talks about late term abortion, president talks about the good economy and president talks about the dangers of going back to raising taxes when he talks about the importance of building the wall and securing our borders. What do you expect the democratic reaction to be because I'm pretty much a one hundred percent what it's going to be. I think it's going to be hostility unremitting confrontation. Rigidity see if I were President Trump tonight. I would spend two thirds of the state of the union speaking specifically about the state of the union being how people are fairing in terms of the economy. Thanks to President Trump. Thanks to the forty fifth president we now have an economy that is humming at basic full employment. It is historic full employment for many minority groups, and if I were him, I would stress that you you congressman from these urban areas you want your constituents to get a fair deal. They're getting a fair deal with my administration than they ever have before black unemployment at historic lows Latino unemployment is historic lows and hit that and hit that and hit that hard because she'll only think did is the economy stupid. Once you make that argument that everybody that this rising tide is lifting all boats. Then you go into the wall. And yeah, you hit the wall. I'm not. Sure what he's gonna do. I hope it's not a declaration of put up by national emergency. We're going to put up their Geraldo supports the wall. Because I finally got you to my side on this. But I have no doubt. Repair expand. I got an every other technology protect our country. This is about listen sentinel heroin cartels gangs, and by the way, they're only the one or two percent. They're the ones who are worried about not the ninety eight percent that Democrats say we're trying to hurt quick break right back. News roundup information overload hour preview of the state of the union continues wearing the swamp the sewer, Washington DC. Smoking is not about politics. It's about people. There are thirty four million Americans that smoke for me jewel was a game changer because you switch to jewel. It's simple. It's satisfying. And no more smell. I watch people all the time run outside in the freezing cold be grabbing their cigarette..
Just When You Thought Virginia Politics Could Not Get Worse...
"Just when you thought it couldn't get any weirder. And shadier in the Commonwealth of Virginia it does. And it did. Now, the Lieutenant governor of Virginia is facing sex assault charges. Not not not being brought, but allegations of sexual assault having been perpetrated on a young woman who was was somebody who was sort of connected in with with democratic politics democrat party politics. And there's a lot of question now about the pathway forward here. Fresh off of what we've seen happen over in the Virginia governor's drama the governor itself. We saw the racist insensitive. Awful photograph of somebody in black bass and a Klan robe in this guys. In. This guy's medical school yearbook. Coming on the heels of his call to do partial birth abortions post, birth abortions. Additionally, we find out that the source for a lot of what we saw come out with regarding north picture was ready for this. You're ready and goes a medical school student who was with him in medical school who was aware of the yearbook and decided to release it because they were so offended by the position he staked out with Kathy TRAN. That he would be okay with post birth abortions, essentially, and that's where the punishment. Started out with north them. Then we saw the pictures. We heard him say that was me, then we heard him say, no, I only maybe showed up in black face a little bit once and that was in San Antonio at a dance contest. When I was trying to be Michael Jackson. I can even moonwalk if you wanna see me in his wife made him stop. This guy's not resigning. And I don't think he's going to resign Virginia's one you cannot serve more than one consecutive. In other words, you can be the governor more than once, but you have to sit it out for a series of years. So you can run for one four year term. Then you must sit it out then you may run again for one for your tub. So it's basically a one term thing he gets elected in two thousand seventeen he's not due to come up again until two thousand twenty twenty twenty one and he'll he's damaged as he's as damaged as you can be right now, I don't know that he's going to get made better. If he quits in his mind, I think that's what he's saying. I'm not going to be forgiven. I'm going to be pilloried. If I leave I'm going to be a punchline, I'm going to be the butt of jokes. So I'm going to ride it out and stay in as governor that says mentality. That's what he's saying. Now, the Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax issued a statement early today denying a sexual assault allegation that appeared on the same conservative website that posted a racist. Photogr? Graf from north medical school yearbook. Lieutenant governor Fairfax has an outstanding and well earned reputation for treating people with respect and dignity. Read the statement from his chief of staff Yati Yati Yati, we come to find out though that a woman approached the Washington Post after Fairfax won election in November twenty seventeen and before he was inaugurated in January twenty eighteen saying she felt like she had an obligation to speak out the woman and Fairfax I met in Boston at the two thousand four democratic national convention. You'll remember that was the very famous convention that Barack Hussein Obama had his coming out speech when he came out to the country and people said, oh, this is going to be a great guy. No run America's throat. Oh, bloomberg. There are only United States of America during conversation. The to realize they had a mutual friend. It was that commonality she require she recalled that put her at ease enough on that afternoon that Fairfax asked her to walk with him to his hotel room to pick up some papers. She thought nothing of joining a big big mistake, according to this woman's testimony, Fairfax and the woman told different stories of what happened in the hotel room. And no one was present the Washington Post could not find anyone who could corroborate. Either version the post did not find significant red flags and inconsistencies in the allegations. Essentially the woman describes a sexual encounter that began with consensual kissing and ended essentially with a forced oral copulation act. I know we've got kids driving around with our parents. So we want to keep that is above board as possible. She said that's what he did to her that was the assault. And that is a problem obviously post reached out to the woman again on Monday. She's now hired a lawyer. You think it's going to be? Gloria. Or is it gonna be have an ATI Gloria, Gloria, Gloria? Later on Monday. Fairfax spoke to reporters at the state capitol in Richmond. And again said the encounter was consensual. Now. I don't know what the order of succession is in the state politics. Like, I don't know if it goes to the speaker of the house, I don't know if the speaker that house is a Republican. But here's the thing. There's no way north is going to give up that seat. And then have that seat go to Fairfax? Who's going to end up giving it up, and maybe ends up in the hands of the of the Republicans. These are political animals writ large, ladies and gentlemen. So here's the question for you to consider this hour number one. Have we learned nothing if we have not learned from crazy maisy, Geraldo and company that you always believe the accuser number two should north resign. Number three. Should Fairfax resign? Number four. Do you care about this story seriously? Is the original underlying offense? The offense of calling for infanticide. Is that the original sin here that has to be dealt
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"This is NPR. And you're listening to WNYC in New York at five oh four. I'm Jamie Floyd legalizing, recreational marijuana, passing congestion pricing and rapidly increasing renewable energy usage. These are just some of the items on New York governor Andrew Cuomo to do list for this legislative session at the state of the union address this afternoon governor Cuomo conceded, the laundry list may seem ambitious. It's a lot no doubt about it. But there's been a lot that has been bottled up for many many years that we couldn't get done. And in many ways, I feel the state is now liberated with the Senate Democratic caucus. And of course, it's the state of the state the governor called on lawmakers to continue passing progressive legislation in the coming weeks among his top budget priorities. Cuomo said our public transportation and infrastructure, healthcare and cutting taxes for the middle class. For years, the NYPD's response to questions about its use of surveillance technology has been to neither confirm nor deny whether records bowed. It exists. It's called the glow more response. But now in New York state court judge has ruled in a case over whether NYPD spied on the cell phones of people attending black lives matter protests that the police can no longer keep that claim of confidentiality. It's a win for civil libertarians. And state supreme court Justice, Arlene, blue shot down, the NYPD argument that responding to complaints would compromise counterterrorism or criminal efforts because the police in question, we're not the people in question rather were not breaking the law at the time New York Times reporter, Ali Watson covered the case. Judge's ruling right now, depending on whether or not the NYPD appeals actually puts a very firm boot the neck of his response. They can't really use it in the future. The NYPD does have thirty days to appeal. The ruling. A statement a spokeswoman said that it uses the global response exceedingly sparingly and only after careful consideration of the interests involved tonight, mostly clear, a low around twenty seven degrees. Currently, it's thirty four degrees. The time is five oh six support for NPR comes from C three providing a software platform that enables organizations to deploy artificial intelligence in IOT solutions at industrial scale. Learn more at C three dot AI. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Ari Shapiro in a Senate hearing room today attorney general nominee William bar has been walking a fine line bar is pledging to protect the Justice department. But he also says the president has sweeping constitutional authority NPR national Justice correspondent Carrie Johnson has been following these confirmation hearings and joins us now to talk about them. Hi, hey, okay. He has been nominated to lead the Justice department at a time when the president is attacking it. So how did bar address that tension today? Well, Bill Maher said he has a very high opinion of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, he says he has no reason to doubt that the Russians attempted to interfere in our elections. And he says he doesn't believe that special counsel. Robert Muller would be conducting a witch hunt in fact, Barr says he would quit rather than fire Muller. If there were no good cause to get rid of him. And as one of Muller's friends for thirty years Barr says it's unimaginable that. Muller would do anything to prompt? A firing Senate Democrats went into this hearing wanting bar firmly committed to protecting the Russia investigation. Did they get that commitment? Not affirm one Ari Dianne Feinstein, the top democrat on the committee was pressing Bill bar a lot about what people will learn in the end about the Russia probe. Will you commit to making any report Muller produces at the conclusion of his investigation available to congress and to the public as as I said, my statement, I am going to make as much information available as I can consistent with the rules and regulations now Bill bar talked about wanting transparency, but he also said that he s the attorney general make the ultimate call about what becomes public and later on Senator amazing. Geraldo, Hawaii said just asking us to trust. You is not enough. She said this president will do anything to protect himself, and Mr. bar was kind of tough in his response. He said, I'm not going to surrender the responsibility of the attorney general. To get this title. We know that bar has had some contact with lawyers involved in the investigation. Did we learn anything new today about his interactions with the White House? We did bar told lawmakers he actually met with President Trump awhile ago, and the president seemed to want bar to join his legal defence team bar politely declined. He said he didn't want to stick his head in a meat grinder bar. Also said he discussed some legal theories with attorneys for the president the vice president and with Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, but bar said he didn't recall learning anything of substance. Anything confidential about the pro from the beginning of this investigation. The issue of recusals has been a very big deal. What had bar say about recusals today? He said he thinks Jeff Sessions. The former attorney general probably did the right thing to recuse himself in Democrats pressed bar to step aside to given this context with lawyers involved in this investigation and a memo he wrote criticizing the investigation, but here again, far would not commit. He says he will ask career. Ethics officials at Justice to evaluate the question, but he won't necessarily do what they advise. He also said the president is not above the law. The president can't for example, offer pardons to people who promise now to incriminate him taking a step back. There is one question about Bill bar that people on both sides of the aisle have which is why would he come back to lead the Justice department after twenty seven years to be attorney general again in excellent question bar, basically says because he loves the Justice department as an institution he says, he's sixty eight years old, and he has nothing to lose. If you take this job, you have to be ready to make decisions and spend all your political capital and have no future because you have to have that freedom of action, and I feel I'm gonna position in life where I can do the right thing and not really care about the consequences and Ari so far nothing has emerged to block Boris path confirmation. NPR national. Justice. Correspondent Carrie Johnson. Thank you. My pleasure for analysis of the hearing and of what Bill bar may do if he's confirmed. Let's bring in Jennifer dascomb. She's an associate professor of law at American University. She used to work at the Justice department. Professor Daska welcome. Thank you. So to the central question today, which is whether bar will protect the Muller investigation based on what you heard from his testimony. Are you persuaded that he will? So he he answered that pretty clearly he said that he he likely I mean, he had he would protect mother and the absence. Something extraordinary that mother would be allowed to continue. I think the key question and the one that several senators pushed on the a question of what is going to be made public, and what's going to be made available congress. We heard Bill bars say repeatedly that he was committed to transparency, but transparency considered students consistent with the law transparency consistent with rules and regulations and bar. Has a very broad view of executive privilege and a very broad view of executive power including power over criminal investigation. So when he says he needs to be consistent with rules and regulations on the question of whether whatever final report Muller producers should be made public. That's what he would be referring to executive privilege that the president might say, no, exactly executive privilege abroad claims our national security, our range of different reasons. Why transparency would be limited according to his his views and the president's articulation of of what's necessary to keep private secret. He also as we just heard there from Carrie Johnson did not seem to suggest that he's likely to recuse himself from overseeing the Mueller investigation. Did that surprise you in any way? It comprises me only because it seems like a clear case where recusals would be appropriate, but he has been consistent on along in suggesting that he would not recuse himself. And I wasn't surprised that he didn't change his mind today. But giving his engagement given the nemo that was that he chose to write and to send to the president about concerned about obstruction of Justice charges targeting the president and given what he acknowledged today about conversations, it seems like this would be a clear case for recusal has been consistent about that. Well, that prompts my next question, and it's one that he was asked today by senators in in one way or the other a number of times, which is would he protect the independence of the Justice department against executive overreach. Do you think when push comes to shove Bill would tell the president? No, no, sir. You can't do that. So again, I think it depends on what's being asked. And he did get today that there were certain red lines that he went cross, but that being said he has an expressed repeatedly previously very broad views of executive power and executive privilege, and there are certainly in a whole range of areas in which the president could assert executive privilege in my assumption is and based on bars previous, writings and statements. That bar would agree. Did you learn anything about Bill today that you didn't already know? Some of the contacts that he's had were interesting to hear about you know, he is as as expected he was incredibly articulate and and respectful. I think that the key is is reading the testimony in light of what he started written in the past. Did you hear anything today that might derail this confirmation that poses a serious threat to his chances of being confirmed? I'm just given given the politics and given the makeup of the Senate unlikely at this point is there a question to you to you would have asked him that the senators did not. Again, I think that really pushing him on this question of transparency what happens when the president asserts a claim of national security what happens when the president says, you know, we just want a very brief cursory summary of this report sent up to congress. What do you do? Then you would have liked to have heard an iron clad, whatever Muller wants to be made public. I'll back. Exactly, that's Jennifer Gasco. She she choose constitutional and national security law at American University Jennifer desk, thanks so much for taking the time. Thank you.
"geraldo" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"And I think folks are aware that depending on what the collusion entails, absolutely can be a crime because an international conspiracy to get a thing value or impact. US election is criminal activity. It just depends when we got in mind Nira as such an experienced a person that you are at the next of campaigns and media where these things do play out. Let's take a listen to why Giuliani says he is I the first mover on bringing up the pre meeting Geraldo safe thing. Take a listen. Why do I mention it? Because. First of all, I thought it was gonna come out second. My experience is that when you have something like this phone around, it comes out and I don't want it to come out and be unrebutted when it originally comes out part of what we're trying to do here. The jury, for this case is the American public near a given that you are disclosed as an opponent to him. I think I would press you to admit, he seems to be telling the truth there about how he views this, his motivations. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, look throughout this whole line national nightmare of education where the president has seemingly lied regularly. What's obvious is that the Trump legal team is therefore, most goal is to indict the prosecution is to drive drive opposition to the prosecution, make it impossible for Republicans to act because it's seen through a partisan lens, and it's almost as if they concede on some level that they're guilty and their goal is just make to make it impossible for a jury to convict and like in a normal trial with this would be seen as trying to tamper with the jury pool. And I think in some way that is what Giuliani is confessing to starting to throw up as much mud as possible. So the American people are confused with whatever Muller comes out with, and let's just be candid, you do. That when you're guilty now when you're innocent, you know, I'm struck by something that that Rudy said he said, nobody can be sure of anything. And I think you know, it sounds almost Putin out where we are. We even here right now, man. Is there true? True. Maybe we're still in class and this is a dream. Exactly, right. That's the point. That's a very good point. That's very nefarious. These guys, Rudy Giuliani, the president to they have a long history of using New York City tabloids to kind of do the same thing. You just you, you fight for you fight in the public arena. And so what you can't do in the courtroom, you try and do you know in in the in the court of public opinion. And I think this is a case where they seem very worried about what's going to happen in the courtroom. That's right. I mean, they can't control that, right? And so they're doing what they do best, which is they do a PR blitz and they so enough doubt in the minds of if not the American people, at least their base. You know to to prevent the political fallout because we remember there's, there's a legal process here. But when you talk about something like impeachment, for example, that's a political process. It's not a legal one, and I think they have their laser focused on that. So tickled one more thing just well have more..
"geraldo" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"He's right so geraldo is coming in on the first day geraldo in new hadn't ever been in the same studio for an entire year that they were debating immigration while on other talk shows around television around radio geraldo is our first guest on the first day of lose radio show and he comes marching in with a camera krill omega and i this was unannounced they didn't know this was happening how do we unannounced we knew we had geraldo and i had four minutes to get geraldo in the studio and i had to convince him not to bring in the camera crew and i did but it wasn't without getting my all and and i just had to appeal to him and he being a lawyer also we actually signed a dunkin donuts napkin the only thing on the table at the time agreeing that i would not have camera crew because he was that kind of paranoid came on and he they became friends but they became less enemy yeah yeah which is the best you can hope for sometimes with these debates but i'd love for you to give some insight into into what your booking decisions were on these shows that you know we've had i think in the last week we've had three or four different democrats on the show that i always reach out to democrats and have conversations with them because i always think that it's informative to figure out what we agree on and if we do disagree you know what we disagree about because then the listener you know people who are listening to this program actually can reach their own informed decision you know it's not my job to tell them what they should be thinking but i surpri i get a lot of pushback sometimes when i have democrats on this show what is your booking philosophy with regard to having to people with opposing views going at it as long as they're not screaming at each other you know i just absolutely love what you just said that that's what you reach for and my view is if you can throw a wider net and do what you just described then you're kidding words to this messy world we live in and you're doing exactly what i feel too we talk radio should be doing and that is giving the listener information so they can figure it out themselves i'm a child of an immigrant mother she comes to america at almost thirty and she can't figure all this stuff out you couldn't even shouldn't even know about turkeys for thanksgiving okay so i thought about that i thought about the people who don't have time to think these things through but if you can boil it down like doing talk radio and give opportunity to understanding then you did your job i'm impressed with you larry o'connell stop yet have you got any dirty stories about bill cosby by the way i see it there's a picture of you with bill cosby as a guest on larry king did he did he slip anything he didn't slip anything into your drink and if not are you a little annoyed that he didn't try to stop it the shocking thing is how thirty years later bill cosby america's father it's like it's fun page news my brother happened recently informed me that i have even books signed by him that i gave to my brother but i had mired him no nothing ever happened all right and gratefully i've had you know i'm female and i work in the predominantly male industry came with its own michigan yes totally there i appreciate that yes i'm i'm sure it did well and especially i've been listening you've got stories about the love sponge you've got stories about howard stern and all these people and god knows the on air and off air climates in those studios were not not not very sterile let's just say it's so good to talk to you bernadette duncan real fast since you've been in the business for so long you've written this book called yappy days looking at the future looking on the horizon everyone's talking about digital everyone's talking about podcast which is really the same thing but but not really in fact let's talk about that real fast i mean a podcast is a very self selective audience people are going out of their way clicking on something and by design they're listening to beginning middle and end as one sit down broadcasting's very different we have to do what we do assuming.
"geraldo" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"This is on the show guys thanks camille use gas not these to you all have a lot of questions for katie and geraldo but before we get to those here's what three things szeswith i moore historic bombshell interview with sarah palin to the fact that she wants graciously turned on a date with michael jackson one thing is clear katy kirk always knows what to say here's what katy i'm gonna give you some folks you've not had a chance to sit down with yet you tell us how you would kick kick off a chat with them let's see how many conversation starters you can come up with in sixty seconds here we go first thing you would say to kim car dash e n ever want to take away carney's phone not about james komi are you worried your reputation has been damaged by all these book interviews connie west are there any specific policies or positions of donald trump's that make you uncomfortable interesting show wolf what did it feel like being in that room as people were awkwardly silent during some of your jokes megan markle what do you guys do out in a double date with william and kate does the collar match the cops sorry that's here jeff's another reason why prince harry will never do this show jeff sessions oh have you seen kate mckinnon impersonation of you yes i'm roseau oh what are you doing these days tonya harding would you ever have lunch with nathan saragan.
"geraldo" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"No no no no no you can say say i agree with you to the extent that i don't think that the reason to boycott laura ingraham is because of comment about david hog because as heather was just pointing out she said much worse things i mean she is part of this fox news propaganda machine which is bomb barring the american people with alternative facts i e fake news every single day and that's the reason why large companies should not be underwriting her message it goes away david it can't be the case you know that you are your own human shield i understand they're in high school so if they say something people do have the right to answer back my friend killer mike said something on tv recently and it was perfectly reasonable and he had to apologize and he shouldn't have apologized all he said was we're gun owning family and we've that's perfectly reasonable view that that this argument having about gun conflicting two issues one issue is not whether or not the comments are reasonable whether the boycott is a good or a bad boycott the question is do you have the right to boycott and what i'm thanking you the right to boycott is central to the first amendment right and you have a hometown and you have the right to support donald trump's geraldo does but we have the record the first amendment does isn't about right wrong it's right.
"geraldo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Those focus let me say it five of the last six massacres were were committed with a rv these there is a reason for the school and all of you all of your activism i make a quick sale you see those dead bodies and those children e geraldo was a backing down but there is a part of me that wonders with geraldo is he just being the contrary in poor tv the skipped bail is on the sean hannity show great do the even believe the crap coming out of his mouth or does he just wanna make his buddies sean hannity have a great show because they are buddies and they talked about that you know geraldo is a friend of sean sean the friend of geraldo in there there you mentioned the word show they're putting on a show right putting on a show i could easily see geraldo and hannity belgrade up the bar than i have before saying hey dane us come on on tomorrow would be great if you just gave her a bunch of crap just to see what happens i mean i don't think that's unrealistic is it i know we were going to address this later the show but you know what are the things dana said when she was speaking at that cassi back the so the how media loves mass shootings and crying white mothers or her album of the tough that one with real tough as you think a lot of heat for that lidee heat for that and i can't say that i am completely uh i understand it i understand the heat she was getting there was little ugly that was i dunno those needed or not will will give it a layer big we could see pack though fora wibc mid day hosts vice president pence will speak in the other day a dana was making yesterday man tony was broadcast live right kicked on the right we're looking at gear the pressures on uh coming up next the uh at the very special annivers serie in the history of indiana.
"geraldo" Discussed on KKAT
"Release the memo um now let's see what geraldo had to say about this okay but geraldo had to say about this yesterday on on fox friends of town there although talking about sort of we need transparency in all of this what do you make of this release of the possible release of the fis the minimum release the damn memo there you go very guy keep your shirt on i'm sorry that's a completely different story early about a selfie yes uh but it's nobody goes a bunch of them memo two thousand i saw the headline i just saw the headline the headline said geraldo says released the damn memo in island okay i got to play that oh yes sowa we had a vote that we we didn't have anything i'm not part of it there was a vote and apparently it's going to be released you know untold and i'm shocked by this what's that the democrats are worried about partisanship here what's yes because only the republicans uh voted for releasing the memo democrats did not bat but republicans also did not vote for releasing the democrats memo now we said we said republicans you should vote to release both now here's my only point there the republicans don't look we've seen talked about partisanship has anybody paid attention to the russian collusion there over the last year the the ones on the republicans want to put something out that might show the american people something totally different including possibly some kind of uh i guess story line narrative uh and evidence you know or something that leads to evidence the democrats scream that this is partisanship yes now i want everybody to have their say and they will not the republican if the republicans release that the democrats will immediately criticize it and tell you what portions of it they believe or falls ray has once you open up the door uh you open up you you know you will open up the door and there will be charges again you will hear the democrats of charge the partisanship and the.
"geraldo" Discussed on WTMA
"To release the memo um now let's see what geraldo had to say about this okay what geraldo had to say about this yesterday on on fox friends of tom there are aldo talking about sort of we need transparency in all of this what do you make of this release of the possible release of the fis amendment release the damn memo there you go very guy keep your shirt on i'm sorry that's a completely dan story totally about a selfie yes uh but it nobody goes a bunch of them memo i saw the headline i just saw the headline the headline said geraldo says released the damn memo and i went okay i got to play that oh yes sowa why we had a vote the we we didn't have anything i'm not part of it there was a vote and apparently it's going to be released you know untold and i'm shocked by this what's that the democrats are worried about partisanship pierre what's yes because only the republicans uh voted for releasing the memo democrats did not bat but republicans also did not vote for releasing the democrats memo now we said we said republicans you should vote to release both now here's my only point there the republicans don't look we've seen talk about partisanship has anybody paid attention to the russian collusion there are over the last year if the the one john to republicans want to put something out that might show the american people something totally different including possibly some kind of uh i guess story line narrative uh and evidence you know or something that leads to evidence the democrats scream that this is partisanship yes now all i want everybody to have their say and they will the republican us if the republicans release that the democrats will immediately criticize it and tell you what portions of it they believe or falls rate has once you open up the door uh you open up you you know you will open up the door and there will be charges again you will hear the democrats of charge the partisanship sure and the truth will eventually come out once you start releasing the information like this information it looks like it will be released uh it it will all eventually come out so do i understand the republicans looking at the last year uh and a month.
"geraldo" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"A everybody's digging into the past now and finding that there's a lot more molesters and then maybe we anticipated and here's what to bet mid ler told barbara walters back in cricket's courtesy came to do an interview lifting in a 70s barely '70s and this was when he was very sort of hot and he and his producer left the crew in the other room they pushed me into my bathroom they broke to popper's and pushed them undermine knows and proceeded to grow me and i didn't have any i broke me i did not offer myself up on the altar of geraldo rivera he was on c he was unseemly his behavior was unseen interesting why didn't want their any repercussions for geraldo rivera back in the nineties after that interview that's fascinating going to say this a lot of trouble like that picture retook himself in a towel yes when he was what seventy when that happened five years ago i think he's 75 now so that's interesting and when i asked yesterday who's going to be next all of our producers said yesterday geraldo rivera and sure enough geraldo rivera yeah is being accused because he came out in was accused clear back in night in the '90s he's set himself up by coming out in defending matt lauer that's true yes and because he defended matt lauer he's definitely a target and here's somebody dug up that barbara walters interview with bed mittler.
"geraldo" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Dimic of hashtag six harassment allegations maybe criminalising courtship and conflicting it with predation what about garrison killer and garrison killer story is kind of weird are went and red garrison killer story he's not anyone that you are acid should probably no it's a weird story but he says he was let go forward taking a picture of or or all night and all night he was telling him kind of a story and he he put his hand on her back but her shirt was a sore his hand went on her back and win a little how and her back which you know what did the same weird i don't know if that's absolutely of firing a but that's the that's the story i heard i wouldn't want him doing that to my wife i understand that but that is a really really far leap away from some of the things that matt lauer is done but geraldo rivera ends up in a a lot of turmoil because he says news is a flirty business and then he points out that is an epidemic of sex harassment allegations now people own social media just have unleashed own geraldo and i don't believe it's from the conservative right it looks more lack from the left with people asking if geraldo rivera is next is something going to come out about geraldo but it is a weird land because i've not ever been in a business where it's a forty business and he says the news is a forty business not sure exactly what that even means and how did it get to be a.
"geraldo" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"I don't know why waiting for she says when the time is right adenola time that is lloyd maybe it's no time maybe she just doesn't wanna you know also be telling lurid story we'll know but she's bathing people when these tweets the last tweet was you're you're not worth a single bullet or something like that like dragging it out agni too yeah but i just i don't i'm waiting i eighty i wonder whom it i wonder if says a movie maybe so i'm doing the promotion uh this is interesting uh you know she has six movies commoner oh boy uh geraldo rivera had you know let me see if i can find his actual thoughts on this whole thing because he initially said something that was that nbc didn't like i guess and and he recalled it you don't have his damn quote right in front of me darn it anyway i was just funny because he had them he said some things that he had to retract and and mental or someone dug up an interview that she did with barbara walters in 1991 is she called gerald geraldo giraldo she called drug geraldo giraldo and said he was unseemly uh she said this is that medlar talking to barbara walters geraldo in his producer came to do an interview with me in the '70s the early seventies and this was when he was very sort of hot and he and his producer left the crew in the other room and i guess he she saying he and his presser geraldo in his producer pushed me into my bathroom they broke two popper's and pushed them under my nose and proceeded to grope me i did not offer myself up on the altar of geraldo rivera he was he was unseemly says his nine an interview in 1991 about something that she's says happened with geraldo rivera in the '70s he actually wrote about the experience in his nineteen ninety one memoir i think called exposing myself he said we were in the bathroom preparing for the interview in at some point i put my hands on her breasts so i expected to see more on this at certainly i have a entrants fleets out in geraldo meant alvarado ones i'm yeah do you want those yahya so uh one that he wrote says a sad about matt lauer great guy highly skilled and empathetic with guests a real gentlemen to my family and me news.
"geraldo" Discussed on KOIL
"1210 a friend to show geraldo rivera and geraldo last time i had him on it's because of it no one else j simpsom was getting out of jail why did i have him on this morning well charles manson came in say passed away against the monser such a died uh at the age of what eighty three and i'm going to play you what are all said because of rawlakot interviewed in a couple of times prison face to face and i was asking him about you know his eyes where they really magnetic is at all just media puffery and on all the rest twitter's in an outrage because of an la times oped highlighting charles manson's human side at one point in time maybe even still some what he was a cult figure so i wanna talk a little bit about the '60s two in this hour the best in the worst thing about the '60s i lived there the '60s and it was a time of great change but stuff like manson and remnants of stuff like manson coming out of the '60s uh are not so good so here is peralta over there with me breaking down his experience which allows manson all right it is dumb time is one of those guys you only need the first name geraldo hair aldo happy thanksgiving thanks for joining us today the on you're the one name wonder well thank you thanks row what you know what i know you're memoir i am itching to see the advance copy of his mic god this stuff you been involved in is coming out in april i believe in april two memoir you debating joey vento my god i could still go back to that as if it were yesterday i don't know who have more blowing or more show biz there and you were perfect that you uh provoke but you held back a little it was wonderful well.