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Fresh update on "governor brian kemp" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "governor brian kemp" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Forensic lab is looking for new coronavirus variants Mob doll died early this morning in his sleep at the age of 98 It was 1996 when he would leave his role in the Senate to run for president against Bill Clinton CBS's Nancy Cordis When Republicans prevailed in the midterm elections in 1994 Dole became the Senate majority leader He held the powerful post until he resigned in dramatic fashion to run for president full time My time to leave this office has come And I will seek the president but nothing to fall back on but the judgment of the people and nowhere to go but The White House or home Political analysts from the University of Virginia Larry sabato I always thought of him as the Bob Hope of the Senate or the Bob Hope of American politics because he had that same kind of rye wit and fast vast sense of humor Duhl had suffered numerous health complications over the years including lung cancer this year CBS News special report I'm Matt piper WTO P's emeritus senior congressional correspondent Dave McConnell looks back at Bob Dole's legacy calling him a master of the Senate Once considered a hatchet man and GOP politics blaming Democrats for all recent wars Dole softened his political persona with friendly jabs and self deprecating humor A successful Senate leader senator Dole never really caught on and seeking a White House bid His 1996 campaign as GOP nominee against Democrat Bill Clinton marred by his insider status as a Senate leader And unable to communicate with the average voter While he lost the 1996 election dull skillfully pushed through major legislation during his 36 years in Congress Politico reports that former Georgia senator David perdue says he will run against Georgia governor Brian Kemp in next year's state Republican primary Purdue is backed by former president Donald Trump governor Kemp has been repeatedly criticized by Trump President Biden plans to speak with Russian president Vladimir Putin as Russian troops mass of the Ukrainian border The White House says President Biden will press president Putin over his troop movement warning there will be consequences if troops move into Ukraine GOP senator Joni Ernst of Iowa on Fox News Sunday says she hopes the president is tough even using Russia's Nord stream pipeline as leverage What we don't want to do is allow president Putin to continue with the pipeline especially as he is preparing perhaps to invade Ukraine Germany which would benefit from the pipeline's output has urged Congress not to sanction Nord stream Fox's grinell Scott reporting coming up on WTO P locked up a mom and dad and their son who's charged with last week's school shooting 5 34.

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Fresh update on "governor brian kemp" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "governor brian kemp" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"On the go WTO never miss a moment Good afternoon I'm sandy kozel Annika vel is her producer Coming up CBS News will have a special report on the death of former Republican senator and presidential candidate Bob Dole Students share how to better the relationship between the community and law enforcement They need to care more I'm a Keisha James A lab in D.C. helps find new coronavirus variants on Luke lucerne Use time three 31 CBS News special report politicians from both sides of the aisle are sharing tributes in honor of former senator Bob Dole who died early this morning in his sleep CBS News correspondent ouija Jang Dough was one of the greatest generation A combat veteran who was wounded just before the end of the war His right arm paralyzed The wound and a four year recuperation dashed dreams of becoming a doctor So dough earned a law degree which led to politics He was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1960 and 8 years later to the Senate Dole was a longtime leader of the Republican Party correspondent Stephen portnoy report Being a party leader in the Senate is tough it's been described as hurting cats but Bob Dole was one of the best and he was widely liked and respected in both parties Dole announced in February he was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer He was 98 years old CBS News special report I'm Wendy Gillette It's three 32 Look for a Trump backed candidate to announce a primary bid against Georgia's governor this week Political reports that former senator David perdue will take on incumbent governor Brian Kemp setting up a Republican Party primary clash perdue was recruited to run against the governor by Donald Trump The report quotes sources as saying he intends to make his announcement tomorrow by video and file his paperwork at the same time A U.S. official confirms there is intelligence that warns of a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine involving as many as 175,000 troops early next year President Biden is to speak with Russian president Putin in a video call on Tuesday Russia is trying to block Ukraine from joining NATO Biden and Vladimir Putin met face to face at a June summit publicly Putin has and continues to praise Biden saying recently Biden is a professional who quote doesn't miss a thing but privately U.S. officials admit flattery only goes so far and President Biden will tell Putin to back off and recognize Ukrainian sovereignty As Fox says David spunt reporting Just ahead on WT the latest on the arrest of the parents of the suspected Michigan school shooter It's three.

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The Woke Crowd Must Be Fuming Over Atlanta Hosting the World Series

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:56 sec | Last month

The Woke Crowd Must Be Fuming Over Atlanta Hosting the World Series

"Of course, the big World Series, I really followed much of the World Series other than I'm pretty excited about the Atlanta Braves. Considering what Major League Baseball stupidly did to the city of Atlanta and all the business owners, I saw somebody this morning on TV say that what these businesses lost in revenue by having the All-Star Game moved out of Atlanta over George's common sense election reform laws, they've more than made up for with the World Series. That I think was governor Brian Kemp on Fox and Friends this morning said that. So I mean, Stacey Abrams and the woke crowd has to be really mad at the World Series winding up in Atlanta. After the crap, they pulled on Atlanta with the

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Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | Last month

Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

"25 of the 26 cities and counties that receive the $1 million from Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life were one by Biden in 2020. The ten largest center for technology civic life grants in Georgia are the following Fulton Cobb gwinnett da cab. Clayton Douglas Cherokee won by Trump, Henry N muskeg. By mispronouncing of them, I'm sorry. I don't live in Georgia. The 9 out of ten of the biggest counties received massive money from Zuckerberg in fact Fulton county and Cobb county and gwinnett county received a combined $15 million. From the Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life for the actual administration of election. I know a lot of you are saying how on earth is this possibly legal, while the attorney general of Georgia didn't think to do anything about this? The Secretary of State Brad raffensperger was perfectly fine with this. Governor Brian Kemp signed a consent degree of Stacey Abrams that allowed the downfall of Georgia to occur. The federalists continues by saying the center for technology and civic life demanded the promotion of universal mail in voting through suspending election laws, extending deadlines that favored mail in over in person voting. I just want to reemphasize this. You have a private company or corporation or nonprofit funded with $420 million that comes in and demands the suspension of the law. Where the state legislatures this was in my opinion, one of the sneakiest, Treacher at most treacherous and deceitful actions but honestly, the state legislatures in Georgia, they did not meet in the summer of 2020 best of my knowledge about election integrity at all. The summer leading up to the election they should had a special session in July, they should have said hold on a second, we need to have a pregame meeting here. We gotta have a huddle. And this goes to show how weak incompetent and spineless the Republican Party is.

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Georgia Mayors Slam Gov. Kemp's Order on Virus

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Georgia Mayors Slam Gov. Kemp's Order on Virus

"A plea from four Georgia mayors to Governor Brian Kemp. Today. The mayors of Athens, Atlanta, Augusta and Savannah, all Democrats sent an open letter to the governor pleading for stronger measures to slow the latest spread of coronavirus. The case is overwhelming hospitals in our state. The plea is being made after the governor signed an order barring local officials from imposing coronavirus restrictions on local

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New COVID-19 Infections on the March in South Korea

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

New COVID-19 Infections on the March in South Korea

"More of the nation states and cities are implementing virus safety rules and being taken into court St Louis county Missouri is being barred from enforcing a masked man date while a lawsuit against it is litigated a circuit court judge issued an injunction against the public health measure south Carolina's top prosecutors sued the city of Columbia over its school mask mandate which conflicts with the state budget rule the U. S. education department's warning Tennessee governor bill leak his order allowing parents to opt their children out of mass group choir mints might violate federal law and Georgia's Republican governor becomes the latest to issue an executive order forbidding cities from forcing businesses to enforce pandemic restrictions governor Brian Kemp says he's concerned about new mask wearing rules in Atlanta and Savannah well coded cases explode in Georgia I'm Jackie Quinn

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Georgia Bars Local Governments From Enacting Mask, Vaccine Mandates

Atlanta's News & Talk with Mark Arum

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Georgia Bars Local Governments From Enacting Mask, Vaccine Mandates

"Right. Chris Governor Brian Kemp has signed a new executive order that prevents local governments from enacting ordinances that businesses would have to impose mask and vaccine mandates on an indoor capacity limits on their own customers. The vaccine, police or any other burn some restriction that will only lead to employees being let go revenue tanking and businesses closing their doors. Now businesses could still choose to follow those mandates. The cities of Atlanta and Savannah currently have mass mandates in place. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms tweeted at camp after his announcement, the gift that keeps

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DOJ Suing Georgia Over Election Law It Says Restricts Black Voters' Access

Pat Walsh

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

DOJ Suing Georgia Over Election Law It Says Restricts Black Voters' Access

"Department suing Georgia over its new election law. ABC News Senior National correspondent Terry Moran Justice Department would approve the Georgia intended in this election law to deny the right to vote it to make it harder to bridge the right to vote black voters in that state because how these new laws would operate in the black community effectively limits their access and their right to vote. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, a Republican and Justice Department launched a politically motivated All on the rule of law and our democracy rescue

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Georgia Gov. Kemp Signs Repeal of 1863 Citizen's Arrest Law

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Georgia Gov. Kemp Signs Repeal of 1863 Citizen's Arrest Law

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Georgia's governor signs a repeal of an eighteen sixty three citizens arrest law Georgia governor Brian Kemp signed house bill four seventy nine Monday which repealed the state's civil war era citizen's arrest law the bill was brought forth as part of the reaction to a mock armories death in February twenty twenty armory was fatally shot while jogging through a neighborhood near Brunswick Georgia Greg M. Travis McMichael a father and son who pursued armory and William Roddy Brian a neighbor who joined the chase and recorded it on video are all charged with murder in signing the bill Kemp said the old law was ripe for abuse hi Mike Rossio

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Church leaders seek Home Depot boycott on Georgia voting law

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 8 months ago

Church leaders seek Home Depot boycott on Georgia voting law

"Some religious leaders are calling for a boycott of home depot stores in response to the retailer silence over George's new election law the bishop who oversees more than five hundred African Methodist episcopal churches in Georgia says home depot isn't doing enough to oppose the state's new voting laws bishop Reginald Jackson met with Georgia based executives last week but called home depot silent and indifferent while Jackson and other critics say the new laws restrict voting especially for minorities governor Brian Kemp is challenging that claim this bill adds voting hours for a hundred thirty four of a hundred fifty nine counties by bringing parity to win polling locations have to be open church leaders vow to continue targeting businesses until they pressure the state government I'm Jackie Quinn

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MLB All-Star Game Reportedly Moving to Denver

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

MLB All-Star Game Reportedly Moving to Denver

"Francisco. The governor of Georgia is stepping up his attack on Major League Baseball days after the league announced it was moving this year's All Star game from Atlanta to Denver. Baseball officials say the decision was in response to a newly passed state law, which critics say will suppress black and minority voters. Republican Governor Brian Kemp says the move will only hurt minority owned businesses, especially those near the stadium that have gotten hit. Covert 19. Now they're getting hit by decision that they had no control over. And that's not right. Several groups have filed lawsuits over the voting measure. The bill includes strict identification requirements for voting by mail and limits the use of

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Kemp: Moving All-Star game will hurt business owners of color

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Kemp: Moving All-Star game will hurt business owners of color

"Republican governor is continuing to criticize major league baseball after the league moved. It's all star game to denver over the state's controversial voting laws from member station w. a. b. e. roxanne scott reports at a press conference. This weekend governor. Brian kemp said the move politicized baseball. An hurts businesses owned by people of color who have already been affected by covid but critics of the law which places ide- requirements on absentee voting and limits the use of ballot drop boxes say disproportionately affects people of color. The mlb said it moved the game from the atlanta area. After having discussions with players the law which was signed last month also expands weaken early voting and criminalizes handing out food and water to voters waiting in line to cast a ballot. Several groups have filed lawsuits about the state's new voting law

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MLB All-Star Game Moved To Colorado

WGN Programming

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

MLB All-Star Game Moved To Colorado

"Governor, Brian Kemp, says Major league Baseball will regret their decision to move the All Star game. They moved it from Atlanta after the Georgia voting Reform law was passed. Yeah. Brian Kemp says Colorado actually has more restrictive voting laws than Georgia, and he accused Major League baseball of bending to cancel culture

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Why is the MLB All-Star game moving out of Georgia?

The Ten News

01:25 min | 8 months ago

Why is the MLB All-Star game moving out of Georgia?

"This past week. Major league baseball announced that this year's all-star game and player draft would be moved out of atlanta. This was in response to a new georgia law around voting rules. The new voting law signed by republican governor. Brian kemp makes it a crime to give voters food or water while they wait in lines limits the use of ballot boxes as new idea requirements for absentee ballots and puts the state's republican led legislature in charge of the county election. Boards voting rights advocates. Say that this new law will greatly impact communities of color and disenfranchised many voters which means depriving them of their right to vote by making it extremely hard for qualified voters to fairly cast a vote in future elections. So why is the mlb's action important by moving a very popular event that brings tourist in to georgia. The league can use their business power to protest the new law. Way to go. Commissioner rob manfred said in a statement major league baseball fundamentally supports voting rights for all americans and opposes restrictions to the ballot box. Debbie isn't the only business taking action against the law to of georgia's largest companies coca-cola and delta airlines have also spoken out about the new law. Good job

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MLB moves All-Star Game over Georgia voting law

the NewsWorthy

01:05 min | 8 months ago

MLB moves All-Star Game over Georgia voting law

"Major league. Baseball is looking for a new city to host. July's all all-star game the mlb decided to pull its all star game out of atlanta georgia to protest new voting regulations signed into law there last month. Commissioner rob manfred said in a statement. The league quote fundamentally supports voting rights for all americans and he said the best way. The league demonstrate values was by moving both the all star game and the draft. Out of georgia remember. The new law includes tighter voter. Id requirements and greater limits. On absentee voting would also be illegal to hand out water and food to people standing in line to vote. Critics say georgia's new law unfairly targets minority groups and just makes it more difficult to vote. But georgia governor. Brian kemp says the law actually expand access to voting since the law also makes the state monitor polling sites for long lines and then expand capacity of people are waiting for more than an hour. Well reaction to the decision is split largely along party. Lines atlanta's democratic mayor and president biden showed their support while former president trump called for fans to boycott major league baseball. One georgia tourism officials says the decision will ultimately cost the state one hundred million

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Atlanta loses baseball's all-star game after Georgia passes divisive voting law

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Atlanta loses baseball's all-star game after Georgia passes divisive voting law

"Georgia governor. Brian kemp slamming major league. Baseball's decision to withdraw the all star game from atlanta the action a response over the league's view that georgia's new election law suppresses voting kemp says mlb caved to fear and liberal lies in the middle of a pandemic major league baseball. Put the wishes of stacey. Abrams and joe biden ahead of the economic wellbeing of hard work and georgians. Who were counting on all star game for a paycheck. President biden has called the new law. Jim crow on steroids former president trump is calling for a boycott of major league.

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Gov. Brian Kemp Slams MLB as He Defend Georgia's Voting Law

News, Traffic and Weather

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Gov. Brian Kemp Slams MLB as He Defend Georgia's Voting Law

"Major league Baseball announced Friday that it's taking its all Star game out of Georgia in response to the state's new voting law. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp slamming the decision today, saying he will not be intimidated by cos he accuses of bowing to liberal activism. Major League baseball Coca Cola. Delta may be scared of Stacey Abrams, Joe Biden in the left, but I am

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Inside Corporate America’s Frantic Response to the Georgia Voting Law

TIME's Top Stories

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Inside Corporate America’s Frantic Response to the Georgia Voting Law

"Corporations in georgia and across the. Us are taking forceful stances against the state's new election law which includes several voting restrictions following weeks of pressure from voting rights advocates. To speak out activists have aimed their efforts at large georgia-based companies in particular such as coca cola and delta airlines who initially only offered vague statements affirming voting rights as the legislation sped through the state legislature but on wednesday the ceo's of both companies publicly rebuked the new law calling it unacceptable irking leading republicans including governor. Brian kemp and state house speaker david ralston

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MLB moves 2021 All-Star Game out of Atlanta

News, Traffic and Weather

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

MLB moves 2021 All-Star Game out of Atlanta

"New voting laws in Georgia, civil rights and faith leaders in Georgia are calling for boycotts on the state's biggest corporations for holding back on condemning the new election law they say will suppress minority voting. Say comments this week by Coca Cola and Delta Airlines were too little too late because they condemned the bill. A week after Governor Brian Kemp signed it into law. The faith and civil rights leaders want corporate leaders to agree to a press conference to publicly condemn Georgia's law and similar measures in other states. They're planning boycott starting next Wednesday, April 7th on Michael Kastner just crossing my desk from the Washington Post. Major League Baseball planning to move 2021 All Star game out of Atlanta amid criticism of Georgia's new voting along We'll have more on that throughout the afternoon. I'm sure in our sports updates, ABC headlines Arnett and Chinese

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Atlanta business leaders speak out on Georgia voting changes

Closer Look

01:20 min | 8 months ago

Atlanta business leaders speak out on Georgia voting changes

"And other news more Atlanta business leaders are speaking out regarding the sweeping voting measures. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp recently signed into law. The Republican backed legislation, overhauls of States voting system and puts in place with Democrats and other voting advocates call restrictive measures Now, in a statement, Atlanta Falcons in Atlanta night, owner Arthur Blank stated quote We should be working to make voting easier, not harder for every eligible citizen. He then went on to say his business organizations has quote conveyed that ideal directly. The state officials in recent weeks. Also in an internal memo released just within the hour, Delta Airlines CEO Ed Bastian wrote quote. I need to make it crystal clear that the final bill is unacceptable and does not match Delta's values. Close quote. And within the hour governor camp reportedly responded in his own statement that he was expecting backlash from But this is from the J. C. Quote. At No point did the airline raise objections with his office. About certain provisions in the measure. Close quote. Now Still, Governor Kim continues to stand by the law. You know, I'm telling you the truth about this bill. It expands access. It's adding the voter I d requirements on absentee ballots by mail, which is gonna make the process more efficient. It's not gonna be hard for people to continue to use that process if that's what they

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Off elections on Tuesday, President Trump, making it clear he felt this was a do or die moment for Republicans, if they're going to hold onto the Senate majority was interesting. The president out here made it very clear that he was focused not only on this race but also what's been going on behind the scenes. But the president also wanted to make sure that people knew why they had to get out to the polls. You got to swamp because everything's so crooked around. I mean, not not here. There was saying, always complaining about judges don't know. I'm complaining about eight different states. But of course, the big questions. Give me what will the turnout be? Like some three million Georgians already getting a chance to vote? Fox's mark narrative. The president also promised he'd be back in Georgia a year and a half from now the campaign against Republican Governor Brian Kemp and Georgia's secretary of state Brad Ruffins Burger, whom he says did absolutely nothing in the face of voter fraud claims in the state. Joe Biden, also campaigning in Georgia, Monday, had a drive in rally in Atlanta for Raphael Warnock in John US off when you vote for John and rough, Yeah, you'll be sending two senators who will fight for you. Put Georgia first We'll put you first Georgia Bureau of Investigation, telling Fox News. They're working with federal, state and local partners to investigate specific threats to the election Tuesday. The FBI also investigating the polls in Georgia, hoping at seven this morning, scheduled to close 12 hours later. The New York Stock Exchange says it's canceling plans to delist three Chinese telecom companies this week. Trump administration had issued an order in November barring American investment in Chinese firms which the government believes benefit China's military. The New York Stock Exchange says the about face came after further consultation with the U. S regulators. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network. Getting schooled with Abby Hornets. Eric Fox News chief Congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel, and you just talk to me about the basics of a filibuster. Two different versions. There's giving a long speech on the Senate floor to make the point that there is a severe protest about something going on in the Senate. The other way is getting together 40 or more senators to vote against something subscribe and listen. No but going to a funk snooze punk.

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is weekend edition from NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. One thing you might need to win an election is a unified message. But Republican unity is hard to come by in the state of Georgia. Right now, President Trump has called Governor Brian Kemp, a fool and a clown for refusing to overturn President elect Joe Biden's victory there. Kemp says intervening in the election would be illegal and pressure over that dispute is creating a rift within the state's Republican Party just three weeks before runoff elections that will determine control of the Senate from member station to be Abie in Atlanta ever hurt reports Earlier this month, Governor Brian Kemp gave a press conference at the state Capitol about George's plan to distribute the Corona virus vaccine. Well, good afternoon, everyone. First of all, let me thank you for joining us today. Also, the elephant in the room is politics and on the Facebook Live comments. It's center stage. This man has turned his back on his Republican Party, writes one Georgian Can't believe I voted for you. Camp sellout, says another and don't bother to run again. You're finished. Needless to say, Georgia Republicans are divided right now. Some lawmakers are calling to override the governor and back the president by demanding a special session of the Legislature. We're here in Athens today. Bert Jones with us. And bring the beach, part of the gang of four putting out a petition demanding a special session. They're trying to go around the governor they need to Republican State Senators, Jones and Beach were on the John Frederick Show and National Pro Trump Radio program last week. The alleged large scale voter fraud, which Republican election officials have said didn't happen. Here's beach and I can tell you if we do not fix this, and that's why I'm so adamant about this. I'm so fearful that we're gonna wake up January 6, and we're not gonna like what happened because it's not going to be a fair election. Beach and Jones are responding to pressure from their pro trump constituents like those tearing camp apart on the Internet and calling in on this show, Let's get to the phone lines. Where we have Caroline from Sandy Springs carry these senators, some say, are ready to break the law to back President Trump. But Caroline wants them to know it's still not enough. We are mad on being very nice right now. We need you to step up into your part. We need you to stand up for us. Now. The pressure is so fierce on Republican state lawmakers, it was difficult to find someone willing to speak on the record for this story. They're worried about being targeted, but one did. My name is Chuck Martin represent the 49th district up in north Fulton County. Martin is a longtime Republican. He spent 18 years in the General Assembly and wishes President Trump won the election. He liked. The governor doesn't believe the Constitution allows the Legislature to intervene that hasn't stopped tens of thousands of emails from flowing in. I'm getting an email that says, Stand true to your oath of office do this. But standing true to my oath of office doesn't allow me to do that. It's been the most frustrating moment in his public service career, he says, because some people have been completely convinced by misinformation. Like one retired army colonel who is pushing for the election to be overturned. Martin responded with language from the state Constitution, saying, Please explain how I can legally do what you're asking me to do. And instead from him, I get no How instead you know he calls me a coward. A traitor. You know somebody that won't stand up to my oath of office. That's frustrating to me. I mean, I take this job seriously. President Trump is creating a rift in the Republican Party at a very inopportune time, says Charles Bullet, a political scientist at the University of Georgia as we saw in November of this year The Republican Party doesn't have AH, large commanding lead within Georgia. It is fairly close. It could be the kind of division it opens the door for Democrats to do very well in 2022. Jeannie Bradley is a Republican voter from helps about in eastern Georgia. She was out of Mike Pence rally this month. And she's just confused because of the mixed messages about the election and about her Republican leaders. But we.

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WJR 760

"Results and Joe Biden's victory of the state. Governor Brian Kemp says he will not call state lawmakers back into session to consider changes prior to next month's Senate runoff, The Trump campaign has said without signature audits of the ballots, the Georgia recounts is meaningless. Large part of California, including most of Southern California. Now wonder stay at home orders they should by Governor Newsome, as I see you and units reach close to capacity, But Riverside County Sheriff Ted Bianco says, Don't look to his deputies to enforce it. The Riverside County Sheriff's Department will not be blackmailed, bullied or used his muscle against Riverside County residents in the enforcement of the governor's orders. Sheriff Bianco says the governor's old behavior has been hypocritical. Los Angeles has a new district attorney and them day one he's announced said. Roll, controversial decisions. The status quo passing made us safe Moments after taking the oath of office, George Gascogne announced new policies that he says are based on data and science, not fear and emotion. Prosecutors will no longer request cash bail for misdemeanor non serious or non violent felony offenses, almost money. You have in your bank account is a terrible proxy for dangerousness gas going, also saying his office will no longer pursue the death penalty and immediately stopped trying juveniles as adults. Locking up kids doesn't help it hurts. The Los Angeles Police Protective League quickly criticized Gascogne, saying victims and law abiding citizens lost the voice today while criminals and gang members gained an ally. Steve Rapoport. Fox News The Trump Administration says it is complying with a federal judge's order and has fully restored the deferred action for childhood arrivals or DACA program. President elect Biden has pledged to reinstate Dr when he takes office next month on Jack Callahan. This is Fox News. Anyone charged coldest night of the forecast mid 20 for.

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WTOP

"Air hearing directly from some of the candidates for two U. S. Senate seats ahead of a January January runoff runoff election. election. More More from from CBS CBS correspondent correspondent Mark Mark Strausman. Strausman. I I have have built built my my career career Republican Republican Senator Senator Kelly Kelly Leffler Leffler keeps keeps her her campaign campaign message message simple. simple. She backs President Trump all the way and sidestepped when asked if the president won reelection. President Trump has every right to use every legal recourse available in our own state. We've seen time and again that We have investigations that need to be completed. She called her opponent, Reverend Raphael Warnock, a radical liberal. He described her as out of touch with Georgia voters after being in the Senate for 10 months. She does not have a case to be made for why the people of Georgia should keep her there. But at least they debated on the same stage. In Georgia's other runoff, Democratic challenger John Assaraf faced an empty podium. Incumbent Republican Senator David Perdue wasn't no show. It shows. An astonishing arrogance and sense of entitlement. For Georgia's senior U. S. Senator. I believe he shouldn't have to debate at a moment like this in our history. The president campaigned for both candidates Saturday night in Georgia, but spent most of his hour and a half long speech complaining about his own election results, But candidates themselves spent less than three minutes on stage with the president. You must go vote and vote early. He pushed supporters to vote while casting doubt on the election process by repeating false claims he was cheated out of a victory will still win it and they're gonna try and rig this election to his refusal to concede has sparked a Republican battle in Georgia. He has pressured Governor Brian Kemp to call the state's legislature into special session. You overturn Joe Biden's victory here. Kemp refused again in a statement Sunday night, saying that is not an option allowed under state or federal law, and you've got to make sure your governor gets a lot tougher than he's been. He's got to get a lot tougher. The president has also been tough on Georgia's Republican secretary of state. Brad Rapids. Berger says there was no evidence of fraud in Georgia. But right now we don't see anything that would overturn the will of the people here in Georgia. But many top Republicans here are also worried at the way the president is trying to undermine the integrity of Georgia's elections. And here's why they're worried that Republican voters might be discouraged from showing up at next month's runoff. CBS

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Seven as the hour I'm dead, Stefan. This is the D. J B program or as some people call it the other show. General Horn is here because she's not with us during this hour of the program is who work our way through. The hills and valleys of life that we all have. We're trying to. We're trying Tol exercise the right way to spend our time. There are a lot of setbacks this year for sure. The good has presented itself the bad, the ugly all that stuff. I saw something going on in, uh, in Kansas. Well, actually, this is a twofold approach. Jennifer, the covert 19 nurses, uh, in New Orleans. That was a big, big problem. So a bunch of Kansas City hospital nurses Excuse me went down. Theo, the Tulane Medical Center when it was overcome with patients early on and last. Uh, let's see last April was when this all started. S O. Now, The nurses in Kansas City have a real problem because apparently it's all turned around, and Kansas is a real hotbed. They were overwhelmed very quickly. So a bunch of nurses came from Tulane Medical Center up to the Healthcare Research Medical Center in Kansas City to help out there that was very it's just kind of a sweet there when you think what Yeah, there a lot of student a good story facing a nurse shortage essentially and And we saw that in New York, and I think maybe one of the we talk a lot about frontline workers and especially at the beginning of this whenever there's so much confusion and fear and all of that, But what people don't realize is that there were nurses and doctors that were traveling all over the country going from hot spots a hot spot. I know that because In California where I live. We were actually a little slow to the party. We didn't have the outbreak in a significant way like New York City side, So a lot of our frontline workers, our doctors and our nurses went to New York to help. Deal and triage kind of what they were going through at the moment. So I think this happens more than you think, where you have some health care workers with big hearts that just are kind of leaving their own families behind and bouncing around to places that actually need them. All right, let's do a little update on the George's situation. I'm sure you're following that You're on top of it. Who is doing what? There's a claim on one side one. You know, it's the usual dirty politics stuff. But Where the more about what a month away from that run off and the national attention seems to be on. That s so what is the latest there? What do you observing? Well, you have a couple of things going on in the state of Georgia. Right now. You have that President Trump kind of upset with the Republican governor, Brian Kemp, who he endorsed in the reason for that. So the Trump campaign is simply asking for a signature match. And even though there was a recount, because the margins in Georgia between Trump and by and we're very, very narrow, they did not do any signature matching and so the Trump campaign has put into court. This press that they actually match signatures to the Universal Mail in votes that came in. They are also taking issue, and Sidney Powell, who is not a lawyer for President Trump. But is someone who is fighting on his behalf released 105 page complaint in Georgia about the voting machines that were being used there and about updates that were being made and actually had a judge's injunction into deleting. All of the files from the Dominion voting system. So that's still ongoing on the front of the president of the presidential election, but Lot of eyes on whether or not because Georgia really will affect the control of the Senate. You'll either have Republicans with the two seat majority if they went both seats, a one seat majority if they went one seat. Or you'll have Democrats. If they went both seats with a tie. They'll be a 50 50 right now it's 48 50. Which would mean that the vice president if that's Kamila Harris would be making making all the decisions in the Senate. So a lot of money is going on. And the governor has been warning against people who are coming. They're college students who are coming there and Trying to register to vote and trying to be able Torto Pate in the January 5th election. Even if they aren't residents, legal residents of Georgia baby will approve. Don't you have to prove your standard? You have to prove you lived there in order to get a voting certificate you should be able to. But there are a lot of the reason that college students seem to work most is that they have some flexibility right because they're in college. There. They have a college address, right? Hell So, yes, so that that's why they're really watching this group because they feel like this could be a group that could actually impact the outcome of the vote there. Also, Republicans are focusing on A million registered Latino voters in the state of Georgia. It's kind of I don't know when you think about Georgia. You think about white and black voters and and how the parties go after those two demographics, but There's actually a million registered Latino voters now in this state of Georgia is a shifting demographic, and they actually outnumber African Americans in the state and Republicans feel like they can actually make some inroads. With those Latino voters because they tend to be more socially conservative because there is a story line that can be told about economic opportunity that Republicans are comfortable with. And they did it in Florida, turning out a huge number record number of Latino voters as Republican voters, and that seems to be what Republicans are focusing on thinking that that million you know that that vote block. Basically those million votes could help them. So we'll see. It's gonna be it's It shouldn't be close, but because you have so many outside influences coming in To the state. It'll probably be a lot closer than people are are guessing and because there's just trust at the at the highest level with President Trump. Well, no, there's just trust on his part of the voting systems. Yeah. Is that gonna turn Republicans off? A lot of people think that voting system is, But is it going to be like Republicans gonna say Well, if the system is rigged anyway, why am I going to turn out and that could end up being a backfire? Theo what Republicans want to see happen in the states? So so what's going on in Arizona and Wisconsin? Did they? I think they certified Biden's election win there. Any hanky panky here is it is. I heard somebody saying system works. The system is strong. Yeah, totally. Um, the system absolutely working with California the whole country with this with this mail in ballot system. It's really ridiculous. But, um, Arizona and it Wisconsin actually certified their results on Monday. That doesn't mean that the legal challenges and once the certification happens, because until those electoral votes are cast until the electors were put into place and cast their votes Trump campaign sees this is still a legal challenge, even though it might be uphill. They're thinking they have till December 14th when the electors cast their vote to try to make their case And in Wisconsin, there's another recount underway in two counties that President Trump's team has actually paid for. So two more recounts happening. And once that's done then the legal challenges will pick up again in Wisconsin, but they have to wait for that recount in Arizona again. It's the same story. We're hearing about signature matches we're hearing about. Dead people voting. We're hearing about more people voting that are actually registered in the state where the numbers are just not adding up and there's legitimate claims here. Whether or not you think it's going to shift the outcome of This this particular presidential race. There are a lot of questions that are not getting answered. And one of the quickest ways to make this go away is to come out and say Here are the answers to all of the questions that are being presented, But no one seems to want to do that..

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Leaves the door open for further challenges. I'm Pam who so Fox News president elect Joe Biden has been declared the winner in Georgia, but that may not be the end of the legal road for President Trump. In his certification announcement, Governor Brian Kemp said President Trump can now ask for an additional recount. He praised most elections workers in the state but said it was hard to believe thousands of uncounted votes were found after the election during a hand recount, calling that unacceptable. It's important to note that this audit on Lee looked at ballots, not the signatures on the absentee applications or the signatures. On the ballot envelopes. The Georgians I've heard from are extremely concerned about this. He said He'd urged the secretary of state to look into that, especially ahead of the two Senate race run offs in January. Fox is Jessica Rosenthal. Biden's transition is moving forward. Despite his victory not being recognized by the General Services Administration. It is totally mystifying. That the G s a refuses to make the statement necessary for the transition to happen. Orderly fashion. They been sort of Trumping in from the start, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in the coming days, the president elect could announce some Cabinet picks the number of new daily Corona virus infections keeps setting records yesterday, more than 195,000 cases were logged in the U. S. That's according to Johns Hopkins University of Vaccine could be ready. In weeks. We believe we will have between Fizer and the other 95% effective vaccine Madonna as many as 40 million vaccine doses by the.

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"By Mueller incorporated. Georgia's governor has certified the results of the election in his state, with Joe Biden winning, But he said such certification now paves the way for President Trump to ask for another recount, Jessica Rosenthal reports In his certification announcement, Governor Brian Kemp said President Trump can now ask for an additional recount. He prays most elections workers in the state but said it was hard to believe thousands of uncounted votes were found after the election during a hand recount, calling that unacceptable. It's important to note that this audit on Lee looked at ballots, not the signatures on the absentee applications or the signatures. On the ballot envelopes. The Georgians I've heard from are extremely concerned about this. Jessica Rosenthal FOX News Many Texans are concerned about their Second Amendment rights as president elect Joe Biden vice president elect Kamila Harris plan to restrict gun sales that has prompted a record number of firearm purchases this year, according to K five arms owner Frank Gara. Government leaders shouldn't be allowed to eliminate constitutional rights. When I hear individuals on national TV, that of running both for the presidency and vice presidency, announcing the fact that dig an executive order away constitutional rights, that's a huge concern to me. Biden says he plans to ban certain types of weapons restrict the number of guns Americans can buy and reduce magazine capacity. A Texas grand jury is reviewing the murder case of former Wolf City police officer. Former Wolf City officer Sean Lucas is accused of killing 31 year old Jonathan Pryce in October. Police say Lucas was responding to a disturbance call for a possible fight in which price was reportedly involved in investigators say price resisted in a non life threatening way. And began to walk away. They say That's when Lucas stunned price with a Taser and fired his gun price was not armed during the incident. Lucas has been charged with murder. Baboons iron WB. AP New Texas Business Closing numbers on Wall Street. The Dow was off 220 points, NASDAQ dropped. 50 S and P 500 fell 24 right now. Fair 69 degrees in Fort Worth. From the W B A P News desk. I'm Mike Training your next update at 7 30 24 7 Coverage available at WB ap dot.

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Look at what's in store for Congress when they return next week. All that and more on politics with Amy Walter from the takeaway. Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Congress should consider forgiving loans made Despond business is hurt by the Corona virus pandemic. NPR's gyms are Oli reports, Mnuchin testified before the House Small Business Committee this morning. The nation was asked about the Paycheck Protection program, which has lent $520 billion to businesses. The loans air forgiven if COS. Agree, not the layoff employees. Venusian acknowledged that the process for determining whether loans should be forgiven is complicated as many critics charge. I know, one of the things we'll talk about is should we just have forgiveness for all the small arms? I think that's something we should consider. We should obviously Make sure there's some fraud protection. Mnuchin also urged Congress to pass another stimulus bill and said some of the money should be set aside for minority owned businesses. Jims AA roly NPR news. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is defending his lawsuit against Atlanta's mayor over her mask mandate and her order to return to phase one of reopening. Kemp says Mayor Kesha lance bottoms, overstepped her authority and calls the orders unenforceable and confusing to the public. Mayor Bottoms is questioning the timing of his suit. She issued the mask mandate nine days ago. Kemp filed this suit yesterday after President Trump landed at Atlanta's airport and emerged not wearing a mask. In New York. Long time Congressman Elliott Angle has lost his bid to run for 1/17 term representing parts of the Bronx and Westchester County is NPR's Elena. More reports He's been defeated in the Democratic primary by former school principal and progressive Jamal Bob Bowman. Jamal Bowman received high profile endorsements from progressive leaders, including New York Congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio, Cortez. He declared victory shortly after New York's June 23rd primary. But the Associated Press didn't call the race until now due to continued counting of absentee ballots. Incumbent Congressman Engel held the seat for 31 years and currently serves as chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. After the race was called Bowman Tweeted. I'm a black man who was raised by a single mother in a housing project. That story doesn't usually end in Congress. But today that 11 year old boy who was beaten by police is about to be your next representative. Elena. More NPR news. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says her cancer has returned and that she's undergoing chemotherapy that's already reduced lesions on her liver. Ginsburg was briefly hospitalized this week for a possible infection. Theeighty seven year old says she'll continue getting chemo and has no plans to retire. An hour before the close on Wall Street. The Dow is down 47. This is NPR. And you're listening to W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd thousands of voters who used absentee ballots maybe disenfranchised because of issues with postmarks. That's according to a federal lawsuit against Governor Cuomo and the state Board of Elections filed today. The lawsuit alleges that in Brooklyn alone, 16,000 ballots are likely disqualified because of postmark issues. Attorney Remmy Green represents the plaintiff and says to voters could cast their ballots at the same time. And get different results, depending on instructions given to their local post offices. The way they're doing this here is affecting voters essentially a chaotic and random More than 400,000 people voted by absentee ballot. Neither the governor nor B O E responded to requests for comment and Governor Cuomo says he'll decide today when Phase four will begin in New York City. But museums and other indoor facilities will not reopen when it does. Whitney Dawn Hauser is director of the Museum of the City of New York and says she's disappointed to delay We were planning on opening on July 23rd but we always expected that we might have to be flexible with our opening date. Museum will remain closed next week, but people can visit new free exhibits outside the building on Fifth Avenue and East 103rd Street, featuring photos of the city during the pandemic and the protests after the killing of George Flow Floyd this afternoon a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Tonight 40% chance of showers as well low of 74 Currently 79 degrees and overcast in Central Park. At 306 Support for NPR comes from the Ford Foundation, working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address inequality in all its forms. Learn more at Ford foundation dot or GE. On the next radio lab. Our state flag represents grit, guts. Hold it. One states battle to lose the Confederate flag number one black Just like my wife. This is the beginning. It's radical to be a state without a flag. That's on the next radio lab tomorrow at noon on 93.9 FM WNYC. This's politics with Amy Walter from the takeaway. Now earlier this year, when we're planning.

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Some choice words on Twitter from the mayor of Savannah, Georgia. It is officially official wrote Mayor Van Johnson last night. Governor Kemp does not give a damn about us. The mayor's tweet came shortly after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed an executive order banning local governments from requiring masks that put a finer point on an earlier executive order prohibiting cities and counties from taking any action. That was more restrictive than what was ordered statewide. And so amid rising cases of Corona virus throughout Georgia, existing mask mandates, including the one in Savannah are essentially void. Mayor Van Johnson joins us now Welcome to the program. Thank you so much. I appreciate the opportunity Well, isn't sure you know, Governor can pass that He strongly encourages mass. He wears one in public. But, he says requiring them is impractical and unenforceable for local business owners. For example, he says, mandates are a bridge too far. How do you respond to that? I respond to it by following the science is issue about public safety by public health, Or is it about convenience right to the west of us? All the state of Alabama now mandates pass in South Carolina and in Florida, they lived up to the municipalities to decide whether the mandate mask and even today, the White House When asked about a nationwide mass quarter on the White House is leaving that decision up to localities. So again, I think for us, we're in the fight for our lives. We're trying to get passed. Kolding, 19. It's going to take all of us firing on all cylinders, working together to be able to make this happen. And we know from the sides from the CDC, which is located in Atlanta..

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Virus epicenter officials canceling the Texas Republican Party's in person convention in the city. They say the spread of the virus making the convention impossible to hold a scheduled this as the White House today sent out some mixed messages. On one hand, health officials say no kind of indoor gathering is safe, Task Force coordinator Dr Deborah Burger, the work that these governors have done Teo on and ask the American people Does it stop going to bars to close the bars to move the outdoor dining to decrease endure any kind of indoor gatherings on the other officials say, Kids must go back to school in the fall Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. Ultimately it's not a matter of if schools should reopen. It's simply a matter of how They must fully open and they must be fully operational. Your governor Andrew Cuomo, pushing back, saying the decision to reopen schools is up two states, not the president. Today, the nation's largest school district coming out with their plan for the fall. Assuming the state allows schools in New York City to open Chancellor Richard Carranza said parents will have a choice either keep their students home toe learn remotely or what he called a blended model where kids Aaron classrooms 2 to 3 days a week and remote learning the rest. This is very new and different. And I know it's no one's first choice, but we need to do it to maintain the health and safety of our school communities. How many days a week students come to school depends on the capacity of buildings, many of which are aging and poorly ventilated. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK Atlanta Mayor Keyshia Lance bottom, saying she'll sign an executive order mandating masks in Georgia's largest city. Defying Governor Brian Kemp's decision to encourage voluntary masking and a seven to decision the Supreme Court upholding the Trump administration rule that allows employers decide religious or moral objections and opt out of the mandate to offer birth control coverage as had been required by Obama care. You're listening to ABC News. I'm pretty handy around the house. But.

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Friday morning news continues on the twenty second day of may six minutes past the hour and we start in Georgia this morning that's where data on virus infection that was a key driver in governor Brian Kemp's aggressive push to reopen the state was flawed in may have distorted perceptions of progress Georgia department of public health said that the department include anti body tests when calculating the total number of tests conducted since early April governor Brian Kemp was asked Thursday about the data first of all I just want people to know that I can be confident in the data but also look we're not perfect we make mistakes when we do that we'll only change it and make sure that people are aware of that you know spoke about earlier in wrong then you can inspect that here in just a second as well so I I guess what I'm trying to say is this is our president of asco at surveillance to be dispatcher be able to expand this quickly we're working diligently Hera a very competent team of skilled actually CVC transacted to me are just working on that the data meeting many times daily going over these data I don't want to go you know to change it and in the way the website worked and we got the assistance from Sam's programmers to make it look professional and stated we are working closely with them to ensure that the graphics to get up there the graphs that are displayed a consistent with the way we get that beginning our just look at the data and we're meeting with it literally daily to ensure that that's fine arts and crafts Nero and we'll be continuing now for weeks the department of public health is included antibody test which can detect if someone once had the virus with diagnostic tests that measure active infection in its total tally of about four hundred three thousand test experts say it's misleading to count the test together because it distorts the state's capacity to track current infections as cases increase in Alabama health officials say there's a need for more intensive care unit beds not Montgomery mayor Stephen Reid that sounding the alarm this week is a central Alabama residents who need ICU beds may not be able to get them if you're from Montgomery a unionized you bet you're in trouble if you're from central Alabama eighty nice you bet you may not be able to get one because our health care system has been maxed out and so these prices are being diverted to Birmingham and we don't want to lose anyone any life because we don't have the resources to treat them in this community we want to make sure that we're doing everything we can to keep not only our health care system operable.

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Chris foster some businesses ordered closed because of the corona virus outbreak in Georgia like bowling alleys jams and hair salons are being allowed to reopen today president trump has about governor Brian Kemp decision I want the states to open more than he does much more than he does but I didn't like to see spas at this early stage in order the doctors the house passes another coronavirus financial relief bill mostly unified house signed off on a four hundred and eighty four billion dollar package most of that money to replenish small business loan programs while also boosting funding for hospitals and corona virus testing it's all responsibility to give our communities the confidence that we will get through this crisis but house ways and means committee chairman Richard Neal and other democratic leaders say more spending will be needed to help state and local governments meet budget shortfalls boxes here now for Americans listen to fox news connected continues with one oh six one FM talk governor Roy Cooper is extending the state's stay at home order by at least another week the governor said he recognizes the importance of getting the economy moving again but I will not risk the health of our people or our hospitals and easing these restrictions now would do that he outlined a three step approach that relies on specific data points as to what the remainder of the school year will look like pearl make an announcement on that later today here's what we do now the board of education Thursday approved a new grading policy they're eliminating letter grades from all students and at the high school level students can either accept whatever final grade they had before school closed or they can simply take a pass for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for all the latest news and information I'm Kyle Wilson from the JD ServiceNow plumbing heating and air conditioning traffic center interstates look good moving on time led by road remains.

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Ended the ban on short term rentals I think there was a lot of concern about people come in the that didn't need to be traveling governor Brian Kemp is keeping state parks open though it's a sign that things are getting better in one of the initial covert nineteen hot spots one of the large military field hospitals that arrived in Washington state is now going to be packed up governor Jay Inslee saying the fight is not over yet but it is a sign social distancing is working hospitals around Seattle or not overloaded so the field hospital is going to be disassembled and it will be made available in case any other states need it ABC's Alex stone the labor department's weekly jobless claims report is due out tomorrow this one is expected to show that five to six and a half million more Americans filed for first time claims than last week you're listening to ABC news WHAS your news now governor Beshear says Kentucky has seen its largest single day breeze in the number of coronavirus keys which is two hundred and four new cases brings our total artificial total from the state up to one thousand three hundred forty six Bashir is also reporting eight new deaths in the state Louisville mayor Greg Fischer says the city has had its largest one day increase in cases seventy six for a total of four hundred seventy eight there've also been more deaths in the city importantly and since yesterday I'm really sad to report you learn that for additional people have asked from the cold virus the mayor also announcing this city is banning cars from the loop road in Iroquois Cherokee in Chickasaw parks to allow walkers runners and bicyclists more room to spread out it takes effect Thursday morning I'm Paul miles fired radio.

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"God bless governor Brian Kemp of Georgia. He's not afraid of the left. He's not afraid of the the Hollywood, quote unquote, elite that want to boycott his state today. He signed the hot beat abortion Bill quote. The Bill states know abortion is authorized or shall be performed if the unborn child has been determined to have a human heartbeat. God bless you governor Brian Kemp of Georgia. God bless the forty fifth. Come on the in chief of the United States. Donald J Trump who has signed an executive grant of tenancy for first Lieutenant Michael Baheen a- who shot and killed an al-qaeda terrorist who was accused of. Murdering that individual alley Mansour, who in fact, according to the first ten was grabbing for his gun, the man the lieutenants five years in a military prison, and he has been granted full Clements clemency as today because killing terrorists is okay in my book. And I think it's okay in Donald Trump's book. Less hot warming. In fact, very disturbing is what an elected democrat called Brian SIMS of Pennsylvania has been doing to harass not just people adults. He disagrees with but young girls, we will show you the video play. You the audio of what Brian savings has been doing on social media. But let me just summarize it in the words of my friend, Michael Knowles of the daily wire who tweeted the following. And I've just retweeted on my Twitter feed said golca S E G O K A. Michael wrote democrat Representative Brian SIMS PA that's his handle offered one hundred dollars to anyone who would help him doc. Three teenage girls videos of whom he uploaded to his various social media pages. James woods, the ACTA posts mega memes. Guess which one has been suspended from Twitter. Right. We'll get to that in a moment. But first I have a big thank you to the godly men and women listening to this show who have already donated enough funds to send twenty seven children of mothers and fathers in prison to the angel tree camp for a week. These children who you are helping through the show headed to camps in places like beautiful raunch Sanusi into in California, where Gary everhart served as a member of the board all know that if we don't have hope we have nothing and these kids need to have that hope, and that's why these programs all over are so important that people support them the big favor. They always throw out that seventy percent of these kids that we have here will become incarcerated when they're adults. And I think it's important on us to to look at that and.

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. President Trump says you close the southern US border as soon as next week. I'm like mystical halts illegal immigration NPR's. Carrie Kahn has the Mexican foreign minister's response in his tweet foreign minister Marcelo wrote that Mexico is a great neighbor to the US and won't react to threats. I tweeted hours after President Trump said he will close the border or large portions of it next week of Mexico doesn't stop all illegal immigration through its country for his part Mexico's president continues to be more cautious. He said he would not get dragged into the subject and reiterated. He wants an orderly migration through Mexico and good relationship with the US in recent months, tens of thousands of central Americans, including entire families have been crossing Mexico to get to the US. Currently there's another caravan essential Americans and Cubans making their way north to the border. Carrie kahn. NPR news, Mexico City US attorney general William Barr says he'll deliver redacted version of special counsel Robert Muller's Russia report by mid April. The chairman of the House Judiciary committee says the Democrats still want to see the full report by Tuesday and Georgia lawmakers have voted to outlaw abortion wants a heartbeat is detected in an embryo, Emily hurt reports from member station W A, B E in Atlanta. The Georgia house agreed to the proposal by one vote and governor Brian Kemp has pledged to sign it. Republican Ed sets ler sponsored the Bill I think Georgians recognize the rightness of this. They're certainly descent. But this is not a political issue. This is not we're not doing this for political reasons for doing this right opponents say it's effectively an abortion ban and are making clear they think it will affect the twenty twenty election. Here's democratic Representative. Eric Thomas, you know, when people are angry they vote we have seen that in. So the elections, and I believe that people are going to be angry, and they're gonna show it in their vote. Something everyone seems to agree on if signed the law will be challenged and that road could lead all the way to the supreme court for NPR news. I'm ever heard in Atlanta, Wall Street ended the week in positive territory yesterday. Steve Beck has details on what lifted the mood of investors. There was excitement on Wall Street Friday when shares of lift leapt on the ridesharing giants first day of trading stocks generally got a lift from Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin claim of productive trade talks with China overhanging stocks this week, we're worrisome trends in the bond market where short term rates traded above long-term yields. This yield inversion. Underscored fear that a global slowdown could damage the US economy, nonetheless, the Dow rebounded one and two thirds percent this week the s&p rose wondering the fifth and the NASDAQ one and an eighth percent the S and P had its best first quarter into decades rising thirteen percent for NPR news. I'm Steve Beck nerve. You're listening to NPR news. Flight data records suggests the Boeing seven thirty-seven max plane that crashed in Ethiopia earlier this month ran into trouble about a minute after taking off from Addis Ababa. Then crashed a six minutes later as first reported by the Wall Street Journal, an FAA analysis shows the plane's nose turn down work during takeoff, forcing the pilots to struggle to try to maintain control. The report says the findings appear to support investigations suggesting a faulty sensor triggered an anti stalling system that the pilots could not override the same problem. Suspected in the crash of another Boeing max plane in Indonesia last October Boeing now under intense pressure to update the software for the third time. Britain's parliament has rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans opposition labor party leader. Jeremy Corbyn says maze proposals are inadequate the has to be an alternative fan. The prime minister context that then she must go not attending determinant data in the future. But now so that we can decide the future of this country through a general election. Theresa May had offered to resign. If lawmakers accepted, her Brexit deal, you leaders gave Britain until this week to resolve the matter or leave the block by twelve Nicaragua's reaffirming its promise to free hundreds of people who the opposition calls political prisoner and says it'll drop charges against many others facing arrest. The government says two hundred sixty people are being detained as a result of protests, but opposition leaders say that figure is less than double the actual number being held. I'm Shay Stevens..

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

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"governor brian kemp" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"governor brian kemp" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Twenty three after the hour Eric Erickson year? So I am here in studio with the eighty third governor of Georgia Brian Kip who took office on Monday afternoon being sworn in on the campus of Georgia Tech. And I I noticed you use a probate judge from truth. Glenn county swore you into Wia probate judge. Well, I've known TJ Hudson and work with them for over eight years. He actually is a superintendent of elections like mini probate. Judges are especially in some of our rural counties. He's a great guy. He went through a tragic automobile accident almost lost his life several months ago. And I just thought it'd be kind of neat to take a connection. I had as been sectaire state to the local court houses in one of the reasons I think I won the election because I had a did really well through the throughout the local courthouses around our state, which is very very pow. In rural Georgia helped turned out the boat, and I've just had good relationships with people like probate judges tax commissioners in a part. So the judicial branch sheriffs and other people that are in the courthouses around our state, and I I think it said tax clerks, and in others than some thought to be kind of neat to do something a little bit different and have TJ swear men, and boy he was really excited about that. That was big news down there and troot Ling county in through rural Georgia Vidale. It was kind of a neat just to tie that. I had with him. And he did a great job. It was a lot of fun and kind of helped put me at ease up. They're having a friend giving me the oath you mentioning rule Georgia off air as are telling you that this past weekend. It kind of went without a lot of notice. The New York Times has a big study of economists were noting that this is the first generation in about three in the United States where there's actually no economic benefit for people to move from rural areas urban areas because so many businesses and urban areas have become so. Tient, and they note that access to broadband in rural areas is actually one of the key impediments to people being able to make successive there. Which for those of us who live in a metro area were where everybody has high speed internet. It is kind of profound. If you go up to the north Georgia mountains or go down in its Taylor County, Georgia and elsewhere, the lack of access to any sort of internet that you and I would be familiar with and how it keeps businesses from being able to grow and people from being able to get good jobs in the area. Well, and it's not just you know, places that are in south towards are up in the mountains. Even light. There's parts of Oconee county desribed outside Athens that you know, that whole county has been growing for a lot of different reasons. But there's parts of the rural parts of Oconee county that don't have access to broadband. So that's a big issue all over our state of had great conversations with several legislators in the last couple of days about things that they're Vardi filed and things they're working on. And that was a big part of our plan to. Shrinked and ruled Georgia some definitely committed to doing that and working with every by down there on neat. The gold Joe dome to get that done this year they worked on it last year and quite get there. But it we absolutely need to do it and get to work them. When this the highway interstate of the twenty first century, we've got about a minute and a half left when we come back. There are a number of things I want to talk about one you mentioned in your speech. And I know you're gonna mention in the state of the state, the the gang and crime issue of the state a little bit more on education beyond teacher, pay raises. And now the other big issue. Everybody wants to know what the governor's positions going to be on healthcare from certificate of needs to evolve care to the rest. We'll get into that. I also wanna been a little bit of time with you on Billy Henderson be in for making. You know, the the football stadium to other named after his son. And it seems you are one of hundreds of thousands of people who were deeply impacted by his life. I big right, y'all. Right. It's Eric Erickson here. News ninety five. I five AM seven fifty WSB one programming note for and realize there's a lot of stuff going on nationally in Washington today. If you haven't heard Nancy Pelosi uninviting or suggestion she's going to uninvite the president of the United States from the state of the union address because of the government shutdown. Sources are telling me that Republicans are meeting at the White House right now the president is telling them he intends to hold the Ford on this. He's not going to surrender on the shutdown. I'm gonna put a lot of that information in the show podcast. You can text the word show two four four four nine nine. In addition to being able to get the entire interview with governor Brian Kemp, you'll be able to get the additional information about what's happening in Washington. Dc today. Also in Washington today, William bar, the attorney general nominee was before the Senate again perplexing Democrats on why he says he's not going to fire Bob Mueller. And why he thinks it's not a witch hunt win. The news media has said that's what the president thinks. We'll get into all of that tonight on the podcast tech show two four four four nine nine nine. We'll be back with the gun. Governor. It

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