35 Burst results for "Governor Cuomo"

Former New York Governor Cuomo Charged With Misdemeanor Sex Offense

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | Last month

Former New York Governor Cuomo Charged With Misdemeanor Sex Offense

"Right. How about more good news for Republicans? Bad news for the Democrats, which, frankly, I hate to say it, hate to be this partisan. Bad news for the Democrats means good news for America. Here's some more bad news. The disgraced ex governor of New York Andrew Cuomo is going to be arrested. They charged him yesterday with groping a former aide in the executive mansion. It's a crime that could send him to jail. He's going to be as I understand it, booked processed, I guess we're going to see an Andrew Cuomo mugshot, huh? Will there be a perp walk? You know, New York loves its perp walks. They like taking people and marching them in front of a parade of photographers with their hands handcuffed behind their back. Well, we see that with Andrew Cuomo. This is an incident that allegedly took place on the afternoon of December the 7th. On the second floor of the executive mansion.

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The Vaccine Is Supporting the Abortion Holocaust

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 3 months ago

The Vaccine Is Supporting the Abortion Holocaust

"Talking about the vaccine. And how i see this shift in the culture where people like you And me were being demonized for saying. Don't get the vaccine you're saying don't get the vaccine because it's made with aborted babies. I mean explain that for a moment so that everybody who cares about the life issue understands. I've got a piece of street not with a subtle subtle title. should we get vaccinated at our right hands or forints asking for a friend. And what i need to imply into. We should seriously think about what it means when the government says you must take this mark on your body or you can't buy and sell in the marketplace that has kind of biblical into me kind of makes me think come the apocalypse now. Maybe this isn't the apocalypse. But maybe just maybe it is. And if we consider that this vaccine for a disease that was invented in a weapons land by communist scientists and then intentionally spread by the chinese around the world we know they sent flights of china all around the world purpose. While locking down all travel in china we know that governor cuomo in whitmer purposely dumped cova patients on nursing homes killing off thousands of helpless old people walk closing the churches while imposing emergency election measures. That allowed them to steal the twenty twenty election oral lease. Things are tied up together. But let's cut to the root of it. Every one of the vaccines has been approved in the west was he was either developed using. Hit me cells taken from an unborn baby girl. Lame johanna in the netherlands in nineteen seventy two. Or if like the pfizer madonna ugly vaccines. It was tested on those cells. The league this sack scene is fruit of a poison tree. If i ask people if you'll mangla had taken an francs kidney in nineteen forty three and cloned it. Would you take a vaccine based on that. And they say no. Let's offensive offensive. So you wanna be part of mad holocausts. You're comfortable being part of the abortion holocaust. Which isn't

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Cuomo Declares State of Emergency: Hurricane Henri Bearing Down on Tri-State

Always In Fashion

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Cuomo Declares State of Emergency: Hurricane Henri Bearing Down on Tri-State

"Hurricane on re is bearing down on the tri state with current models showing the category one storm, likely making landfall by early tomorrow afternoon. Somewhere along Central or Eastern, Long Island. Laundry is expected to come ashore with the sustained winds of at least 80 MPH with wind gusts topping 100 MPH. Widespread flooding is expected and Governor Cuomo declaring a state of emergency for Long Island, New York City, Westchester and the Hudson Valley Coastal Connecticut, also under a hurricane warning, including New Haven, Middlesex and New London counties. Earlier today, Cuomo telling New Yorkers in flood prone areas to evacuate If you know you are in an area that tends to flood if you know you are in a tidal area that tends to flood, if you know You are in an area that is subject to title surgeons. Get out of that area now, please. Widespread power outages are also expected in the city and parts of New Jersey. We're under a tropical storm warning and could see upwards of four inches of rain and winds hitting 50 MPH. Mayor de Blasio, announcing that outdoor dining in the city will be suspended tomorrow. The New York City concert in Central Park is going on as scheduled at this hour with Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon. Among the headliners. A crowd of 60,000 was expected on the Great Lawn, with the mayor urging all concertgoers to head home immediately as soon as the concert

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Cuomo Resigns: What We Know and What's Next

Car Pro

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Cuomo Resigns: What We Know and What's Next

"Was a shocking announcement from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo This week. The three term governor of New York will step down and be replaced by Lieutenant governor Kathy Huckle, despite denying any claims of Sexual harassment. Cuomo said he had become too much of a distraction and wanted the state to move forward. Even as his governorship comes to an end, however, Governor Cuomo could still be facing some legal challenges. Here's a B C's Aaron Carter ski, We went up the mountain. We went down the mountain. New Yorkers flatten the curve. It wasn't all that long ago, Governor Andrew Cuomo captivated the country with his briefings about Covid 19 is frank talk and some legitimate successes bolstered his profile. With success, though, came criticism he killed thousands and thousands of people. Cuomo faced questions about an early decision to return hospital patients to nursing homes and whether his administration later tampered with statistics whether he gave friends and family access to covid 19 tests when they weren't widely available, and whether he improperly used state resources to help him write a book American Crisis. Leadership lessons from the Covid 19 pandemic. State Assemblyman Charles Levine opened an impeachment investigation in the Judiciary Committee into those allegations and the accusations of women who accused Cuomo of sexual harassment. You know when there are two women, there are more than two Charlotte Bennett was among 11 women who state Attorney General Letitia James said she believed when they talked to her investigators about Cuomo's behavior. Governor. Cuomo said his instinct was to fight but at the start of the week his top aide had told him she would resign. And Assembly Speaker Carl Hasty gave Cuomo no way out of possible impeachment. I am not negotiating any deals. On Tuesday, Cuomo announced he would resign the best way I can help now. As if I step aside, he made clear, though he thought the investigation was political and biased in my mind. I've never cross the line with anyone. But I didn't realize the extent to which the line has been redrawn.

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Long Career Ends in Scandal

World News This Week

02:08 min | 3 months ago

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Long Career Ends in Scandal

"York state. Now just days away from getting a new governor after andrew cuomo announced. He's resigning amid allegations of sexual harassment. Questions over his response to the corona virus and looming impeachment. Here's abc news correspondent. Aaron katersky the mountain. We went down. The mountain. New yorkers flatten the curve. It wasn't all that long ago. Governor andrew cuomo captivated the country with his briefings about covert nineteen. Local leadership starts at the top. Is frank talk and some legitimate successes. Bolstered his profile. Welcome governor thank you so much for for being here is our first show back in the studio. Yeah no it's a pleasure. Thank you for having me and welcome back. New york is really opened. Now that you're doing your show with success. Though came criticism he killed thousands and thousands of people cuomo faced questions about an early decision to return hospital patients to nursing homes and whether his administration later tampered with statistics where he gave friends and family access to cove in nineteen tests when they weren't widely available and whether he improperly used state resources to help him write a book american crisis leadership lessons from the cove at nineteen pandemic date assemblyman. Charles levin opened impeachment investigation in the judiciary committee into those allegations and the accusations of women. Who accused cuomo of sexual harassment. When there are two women there are more than two you know we know from experience that it's not just one person and that's why we need to believe every woman who makes these allegations. Charlotte bennett was among eleven women. Who stayed attorney. General latisha james said. She believed when they talked to her. Investigators about cuomo's behavior independence investigation. Found that governor cuomo sexually arrests multiple women many of whom were young women by engaging an unwanted groping kisses hugging and by making inappropriate comments governor. Cuomo said his instinct was to fight but at the start of the week his top aide told him she would resign an assembly speaker. Carl hasty gave cuomo no way out of possible. Impeachment i am not negotiating in deals

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The 'Liberal Leaning' Media Has Passed Its Tipping Point

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 3 months ago

The 'Liberal Leaning' Media Has Passed Its Tipping Point

"We're talking about governor cuomo's resignation and i was just mentioning. That governor cuomo has been playing dirty politics for a long time. But i want to be fair and of course some republicans play dirty politics two. I'm not just confining this to the democrats and i know a lot of liberal counterarguments to what i'm saying would be well. Trump had that famous click on the boss a few years ago when that was horrible. But i'm not here to defend donald trump. What i'm here to point out is the disparity between the way that the media hammers and investigates trump. And how the media never hammered and never investigated cuomo and this. We we see this time and time again with conservatives hounded for things that the left gets a pass on how about this whole tax scandal that came out with trump a few months ago when everyone was up in arms saying that he paid only seven hundred fifty dollars and federal income tax. Meanwhile very few people know this. There was an irs report that was leaked that indicated that jeff bezos the richest man in the world elon. Musk the second. Richest man in the world and george soros all had multiple years where they paid zero dollars and federal income tax. The scandal is not that this happens. The scandal is that it's legal and the scandal is again that they will hammer trump and conservative republicans for things that they will not hammer the left for. Because if you are useful to the media they will protect you they were. They will overlook just about anything that you

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Let Us Not Forget All of Andrew Cuomo's Shameful Scandals

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:37 min | 3 months ago

Let Us Not Forget All of Andrew Cuomo's Shameful Scandals

"Want to dive into talking about governor. Andrew cuomo's resignation. I mentioned last segment that two days ago i guest hosted for danis and it was my second segment of the show. And i remember sean. The technical director telling it to me in my ear. And i thought oh my gosh so i was. I was lucky enough to break it on air the other day and my immediate reaction was how he able to get away with this stuff. Not just the sexual assault allegations but the nursing home scandal. This we have known about this for a year and finally governor. Cuomo has no choice but to resign and the media has no choice but to report it. Some could say well the media didn't know they know that he was harassing all of these women. I don't quite buy that. I think perhaps the media did not now but it was a willful ignorance. They didn't want to know there've been rumors circulating for years about governor cuomo's conduct with women way before he became governor and there's also a lot of evidence that he's been playing dirty political games for years. I encourage all of you to go online and find out more information about the smear campaign that andrew cuomo was believed to have run on mayor. Edward coche back in the seventies when his father koch. Excuse me koch back in the seventies when his father mario cuomo was running for mayor and koch and cuomo were competing for the democratic slot for mayor and andrew. Cuomo was working at the time on his father's campaign and cauti- was believed to be gay. And it is also believed that andrew cuomo put out a horrible smear campaign in an effort to publicize that fact and discredit him. So i again. I encourage all of you to look up the slogan on the internet. It's it's terrible and and dive into that because it really it really shows the way that andrew cuomo place he plays dirty

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Incoming N.Y. Gov. Kathy Hochul Speaks After Cuomo Resignation

Lars Larson

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Incoming N.Y. Gov. Kathy Hochul Speaks After Cuomo Resignation

"And less than two weeks speaks publicly for the first time since the resignation of governor Andrew Cuomo. Lieutenant governor Kathy Huckle says this promotion was not expected. But there's a day for which I am prepared. She says She spoke with Governor Cuomo, thanking him for his service to the state but in light of sexual harassment allegations against him She addressed his resignation. I believe it is appropriate in the best interest to the state of New York. Cuomo remains governor until August 24th boxes Gurnal Scott, an Indiana man charged with

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Kathy Hochul, Kathy Hochul Mrs And Cuomo discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Kathy Hochul, Kathy Hochul Mrs And Cuomo discussed on AP News Radio

"New York lieutenant governor Kathy Hochul makes it very clear she is ready willing and able to take control of the governor's office New York lieutenant governor Kathy Hochul Mrs no words when she says she's ready to replace her soon to be predecessor governor Cuomo will continue to be the governor for the next thirteen days in our first news conference since Cuomo said he's stepping down amid allegations of sexual harassment and a looming impeachment action in the assembly local said she and Cuomo never had a strong working relationship and that there is one thing she certain about at the end of my term whenever that ends no

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The Link Between COVID in Nursing Homes and Mail in Ballots With John Zmirak

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

The Link Between COVID in Nursing Homes and Mail in Ballots With John Zmirak

"John. You're you're alleging in the previous segment that these blue state governors cuomo of course a number one but then murphy in new jersey and whitmer in michigan and Whoever is in connecticut and use that day and newsome in california that they they were aware somehow that's by sending corona virus patients into nursing homes. It would enable them to do these other things to take control. most coordinated. Yes on them. And how would that have happened in other words. That's hard you're out. Joe biden's chief. Corona virus advisor was. Dr ezekiel emanuel. The brother of rama manual. He was joe. Biden's number one guy on making corona virus halsey. He has said publicly. That people over seventy should not receive life saving medication because they had already lived long enough but life after seventy has no real value. Meaning he favors passive euthanasia for elderly people. He said he has no desire to lymph s. Eight seventy doesn't see why anyone else should them yesterday. Well yeah the point is way. Joe biden's chief. Medical adviser is saying the lives of people over seventy have no value that they're like sick sick pets at a kill shelter. Why should we be surprised when the democrats in a coordinated fashion dump corona myers patients in nursing homes. There's our math massive spike in death statistics. Then they use that. Massive spike to invoke emergency powers suspend their state constitutions and create mail-in ballots all worked together as part of an effort to use the coleman crisis as a pretext to render the constitution nolan

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Ethiopia Calls "All Capable" Citizens to Fight in Tigray War

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:26 min | 3 months ago

Ethiopia Calls "All Capable" Citizens to Fight in Tigray War

"Ethiopia's government on tuesday summoned all capable citizens to war urging them to join the country's military to stop resurgent forces from the embattled tigray region once and for all the call to arms is an ominous sign that all of ethiopia's one hundred ten million people of being drawn into a conflict that prime minister abi ahmed a nobel peace prize winner once declared would be over within weeks. The deadly fighting has now spread beyond tigray into neighboring regions. tuesday's announcement effectively ends. The unilateral ceasefire. The government declared in june as its military retreated from tigray it. He's also almost certain to magnify the toll of a nine month. War that does led to the massacre of thousands widespread gang rapes and displacement of entire communities mostly to gran hundreds of thousands of people in tigray now face famine conditions in the world's worst hunger crisis in a decade the prime minister's summons chilled to grains even outside to gray with the statement calling on all ethiopians to be the is and is of the country in order to track down and expose spies and agents of the tigray forces witnesses and lawyers have said thousands of tigrayans already have been detained during the conflict for their identity alone.

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Sebastian Gorka and Lord Conrad Black Discuss NY Gov. Cuomo's Resignation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 4 months ago

Sebastian Gorka and Lord Conrad Black Discuss NY Gov. Cuomo's Resignation

"Your reaction to the strange quasar resignation. Because he's not going for fourteen days of the governor of new york well. I don't blame them for for two week. Lists i understand. He has no home except the governance. Meant i understand that he wouldn't want to move to a hotel Particularly one in state that he's just retiring governor but Look i think that the these complaints of these women are they have to be looked into. And but i. I have reservations about trial by the nunciatures. I mean these things. Don't sound looked better than some things like that after nonsense that we raised against justice. Cavanaugh but I i don't like any just been driven out on the say so of another party particularly parties that have been silent for some time. And they're just coming when it's a a not not particularly difficult and rather a faddish thing to do now. I want to be clear. I'm not making light of what happened if if what is alleged happened. It said raging disgraceful. But i i want a little process here with that. Said i think the the whole problem is handling of The elderly koba catalyses was is terribly serious. Business and i agree that the way it was just whitewashed as a by all means in that as an anything else give him and everyone else a fair trial but just saying there's nothing here to pursue investigation struck me as a political Cover up and then as the consolation prize they they put across the less damning questions terribly serious but less damn not matters of life and death but complain it women are but and and so i mean i just don't think it's all that satisfactory with that said the only argument i think out against governor. Cuomo resigning is the mayor de bless demand

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Cuomo’s Top Aide, Melissa DeRosa, Resigns

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:17 min | 4 months ago

Cuomo’s Top Aide, Melissa DeRosa, Resigns

"The other news of the morning olympic magic is over and boy. Do i have fun watching that. Little kids little kids see the olympics. Completely different is they see themselves on those podiums. They see themselves getting gold medals. They go swim the next day. They go run the next day. It's just so great. And i love the olympics and they did a great job my hats off to all the olympians hopefully in paris will have the crowds back governor. Cuomo's top aide. Melissa de rosa has resigned that is for whom the bell tolls it tolls for the andrew. Cuomo everybody wants gone. she left. she's caught up in the a hostile work environment. And retaliation scandals engulfing governor cuomo who emerged as the genuinely very very sinister character in this attorney. General's report that he requested. You don't often. I think this is worth than ralph north. Though virginia voters will get a chance to rebuke north and when they elect A new governor in november. But i don't get a chance to go back and get a do over with ralph northam. He's not running. Terry mcauliffe is running. And glenn young is going to be terry mcauliffe. And part of that's going to be a rebuked north but they really cannot in the city of progressive nirvana new york city. Allow andrew coleman continuing albany. He's gotta go

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NY Lawmakers to Meet This Week to Decide Impeachment of Governor Cuomo

WBZ Afternoon News

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

NY Lawmakers to Meet This Week to Decide Impeachment of Governor Cuomo

"New York lawmakers are due to meet tomorrow and consider next steps in the possible impeachment of governor Cuomo. Meanwhile, Cuomo could face criminal charges in Albany County. The Albany County sheriff's Office says they've met with one of governor Cuomo's accusers, and they could soon be consulting with the district attorney over the possibility of criminal charges. I have a young lady that came in was alleging that she was victimized, and we're gonna do everything in our powers. Help. Sheriff Craig Apple says his investigators met with the woman identified as executive assistant number one, She's among the 11 women found by an independent investigation to have been sexually harassed by the governor. That was CBS News, Michael George, the aide says Cuomo reached under her shirt and groped her when they were alone in a room at the executive mansion last

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New York Gov. Cuomo Accuser Files Criminal Complaint

Fresh Air Weekend

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

New York Gov. Cuomo Accuser Files Criminal Complaint

"County Sheriff says Governor Cuomo could face misdemeanor charges if investigators substantiated criminal complaint filed this week, accusing him of groping an aide at the governor, state residents Speaking today, Sheriff Craig Apple commended the women who spoke out about the governor's alleged sexual harassment outlined in the state of Journey. Attorney General's report for their bravery. They've been through a rough period of time. The last thing I want to do is continue to re victimized. I think every time that their faces pop up on TV or their names are mentioned on TV or radio, it does, in fact, probably put more stressors on them. Apple says it would be premature to say whether Cuomo himself will be questioned, but he promised a very comprehensive investigation into the woman's claim. The governor denies groping the woman.

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The Cuomo Conundrum: Is It the End for Andrew and Chris?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

The Cuomo Conundrum: Is It the End for Andrew and Chris?

"Removed from office. One time. I think he should resign. I understand state. Legislature may decide to impeach. I've not read all that. That in the relief factor dot com studios. Here's mike yeah good. Good old governor cuomo. the democrats are saying. He doesn't know what's about to hit him. It's not going to end well for him. They claim they're going to impeach him since he's not going to resign. After the attorney general in new york concluded that he absolutely so sexually harassed numerous women with terrible inappropriate behavior toxic environment hostile workplace environment. Everything that gets anybody fired

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Woman Who Alleges Cuomo Groped Her in Executive Mansion Files Criminal Complaint

Bloomberg Markets

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Woman Who Alleges Cuomo Groped Her in Executive Mansion Files Criminal Complaint

"A woman who accused New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of groping her in the executive mansion last year has now filed a criminal complaint with the Albany County Sheriff's Office Executives Assistants Name has not been publicly released. The New York Times reports. This complaint increases the possibility that Governor Cuomo Could face criminal

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Lack of God Has Lead to a Lack of Ethics

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 4 months ago

Lack of God Has Lead to a Lack of Ethics

"It is true. Isn't it that that if you really think this is all that there is. You're scared to death of losing it in other words. You're far more fearful than you would be if you knew you have an immortal soul and that you're going to be in the presence of god in heaven by the way people tell me heavens a pretty good place might even be better than this. So there are two views. And you're quite right. We're seeing because of globalization and the internet in a way acceleration of this. It's almost like a like a a a threshing winnowing. there's wheat and there's chaff and you get to pick It wasn't always quite as clear as it is right. now in. The cuomo case illustrates it horrifically. Here's why you'll believe that unborn. Babies are disposable and the elderly people are disposable. Are you going to really have very strong ethics about hitting on married women. As cornwall apparently was asking one of the women that cheat on her husband with him or pushing a little too far when when your testosterone level peaks and pushing further. We first of all the lines. That feminism's tried to draw are completely crazy and hard to discern in the wake of the sexual revolution. We don't really have mores that are stable. That's the point. That's that's the whole point. Is that if you don't believe in a transcendence if you don't believe in right and wrong then you have to ask the honest question. Why would anybody blame governor cuomo. What's wrong he's just living out. The world view that most people effectively passively accepted

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"governor cuomo" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:30 min | 4 months ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"We await the attorney general. Report marina. Let's come back to how. The governor has responded to the sexual misconduct allegations But on the on the nursing home issue basically all along. That's been one where his his answers haven't really changed right. I mean what we've heard from the governor around whether was the nursing home policy originally and the state health department order. That wound up being rescinded. You know that that nursing homes virtually had to take a covert positive patients if they could if they could care for them all the way through the questions around reporting and the under counting of fatalities of nursing home residents because the governor's administration was counting those who passed in other facilities hospitals. The sort of response from the governor all along has been fairly consistent on that front am i. Am i right or wrong. The governor's definitely been very consistent. When it comes to defending his administration's response to kobe. In nursing homes he has very Controversial now rescinded march. Twenty fifth directive from march twentieth twenty twenty which basically said that nursing homes couldn't Refused to admit patients just because they had. Kobe is pretty much always defended. That as a measure that was at a time when there was a fear of catastrophic surge in hospitalizations stat could leave theoretically elderly people stranded yards or it could just leave a kobe patients. Yes sort of languishing And you know at this point The research that outside experts of done suggests that it's It doesn't look like that march. Twenty fifth policy was the main driver in a the huge tragedy of over fifteen thousand lives lost in nursing homes long term care facilities but it still could have had some impact in his administration has not wanted to do any sort of investigation in a release. Any data about whether that policy had some impact in some nursing homes. So that's definitely remains a point of contention among his critics in republicans Yet at this point. I've seen on on that front. I mean i've seen. I've seen people say who were even critics of the governor if they had just sort of acknowledged you know. This is very very difficult times during the first massive wave of covert and and there might have been mistakes that were made with that order. But we want to be fully transparent about what happened. We wanted to have a very full and accounting record of things. We wanna let people look at things you want to provide the right data and the right. You know counting that a lot a lot more would sort of you know be understood that that that would feel like the governor. His team were really being sort of honest. An open and transparent and trying to you know let themselves be held accountable with the understanding that these were very very difficult decisions at the real height of the of the crisis. But we've seen a lot of them Either trying to sort of hide numbers or argue with the referees so to speak whether it's you know the attorney general or elsewhere right right right. It's a lot of folks with who are observers and an expert on sort of say you know just what you said is that nobody really would be sort of blaming anyone for just the fact that we had this unprecedented pandemic that had that really praise on the vulnerable but there just seems to have been this effort from early in march and april. When i remember asking at press conferences. About how many nursing home residents had died early on. There was Evidence that the department of health was trying to use a pretty strict definition of Of what counts as a cova death in order to.

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"governor cuomo" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:56 min | 4 months ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Instances with the governor dating back to as far as twenty years ago so they really cast a a white a wide net while also keeping a spotlight. On the governor's office itself and sort of house. How the environment there may or may not be conducive to to sexual harassment. So let's let's get in in in a moment. Let's get into how the governor has Defended himself and denied allegations At times as it was already alluded to sort of change. some how. he's talked about Some of the allegations and the investigations. But before that so so we're talking about The attorney general's office overseeing this examination of the governor's office the administration. The governor himself. His behavior vis-a-vis Allegations of sexual harassment and other types of misconduct including inappropriate touching groping To look more. Broadly at whether There was retaliation the culture etc. There's also Entities looking at the question of how information around nursing home deaths was handled Also things related to several other topics. There's the governor's book deal and the cova book that he wrote And whether state employees and employees Of the of the executive branch working on that book And how that book might have related to reporting on nursing home fatalities nursing policy. There's questions around whether a former top aide to the governor. Who was volunteering back on governor. Time larry schwartz on government. Time was Exercising any pressure around. Kobe vaccine distribution to sort of imply pressure around political support for the governor. There's questions around. Whether early on in cova did there was some testing preference. Given to members of the governor's family friends allies Sort of specials People that were considered special and had priority testing. And then there's Some questions around quality control. Around the mario cuomo bridge. Did i get everything. Is that list. I mean it's it's when you pull it all together marine. it's it's a big list and there's different entities potentially looking at different things here i. It's just a very very wide ranging investigation by the assembly's judiciary committee at this point. It's hard to tell when anyone could actually get through all those documents at this point it's Thousands of documents there They announce that they're going to be issuing subpoenas to compel documents in get sworn statements. It seems at this point. That the Manhattan firm davis Wardwell they are really The ones who are kind of pouring over all of these records right now but there are still some pretty big questions that we don't know about the assembly impeachment probe because it's a pretty unprecedented and also be. There's just not a lot of rules or guidelines for how this is going to play out so when it comes to what are what's ground for grounds for impeachments That hasn't even been decided yet. The there's no plans for public hearings. it's a pretty closed door process at this moment even lawmakers on the committee. They are Not really steeped into all the details of all these records that This law firm is going through.

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"governor cuomo" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"It does welcome to max politics. This is ben. max from gotham gazette. Thanks very much for tuning in. We have another important interesting conversation on new york politics and government here on this episode. If you've missed any of our recent shows we've had some great guests and conversations including with queensboro president donovan. Richards public advocate johnny williams and many others. We've talked about some issues in themes like the state's troubled emergency rental assistance program and many topics of importance to the city's immigrant communities that was with new york immigration coalition executive director. Murad awada. and we've had many other great guests and conversations. You can find all of those at max politics wherever you get your podcast or at the gotham gazette website. Also under that banner. We've been producing papa. Podcast this year called latino vote twenty one hosted by eli valentin with some great guests including elected officials and candidates in this year's twenty twenty one new york city elections with that pop up podcast dedicated to discussing latino voters latino candidates and the twenty twenty one city elections. So you can find a lot in the max politics podcast stream. Wherever you get your podcasts. All right today's show one of the most important storylines in all of new york..

"governor cuomo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The feds governor Cuomo made the dire prediction as house Democrats get ready to vote on a three trillion dollar aid bill Cuomo promises to join with Maryland's GOP governor in issuing a bipartisan joint statement through the national governors association calling on Congress to give states the help they need Alice Stockton Rossini W. O. R. news in New Jersey governor Murphy will announce this week when that stay will re open he does say it will be a new normal for Memorial Day though more testing is needed in contact tracers need to be hired as part of the key to re opening governor Murphy says and he says it will not happen by region like New York we're all packed in together it's the deaths of state in the nation I personally am of the opinion that steps we take will continue to be statewide steps now Murphy says assuming the curve goes in the right direction the state would begin to re open in his words gently I'm Scott Pringle W. O. R. news a warning from Dr Anthony Fauci he told Congress that re opening the country to quickly could cause a resurgence of the virus is no doubt even under the best of circumstances when you pull back on medication you will see some cases up here Broadway will remain closed through at least September the seventh Elijah Lewis one of the thousands still out of work or graphic arts and design company that I that I own and I run which is you know still been working but a lot of my friends and some of my colleagues you know don't that's the question what do we do now cancer treatments now being tested in buffalo for use on corona virus patients your correspondent Erin to Turkey the latest on this one it involves two drugs taken together the doctor Bram Siegel at Roswell park comprehensive cancer center said could help patients in the early stages of coronavirus they may be able to you know defend against virus and prevent the replication cycle of the virus you know as it goes from one cell to another to another one drug mimics the virus and the other activates the body's natural immune response forty patients are now part of a clinical trial Erin cutters ski ABC news New York made Abbas remains committed to re opening schools in September but it could be a different learning experience the city teachers union is pushing for alternating days in the classroom and at home three minutes now after eight o'clock it's time for a traffic check that would bring suffering we're still seeing big slow down from the cross Bronx westbound after certain expressway disable tractor trailer it's still in the center lane and you got heavy delays back from the broker interchangeable he had about a twenty minute delay westbound as you approach Atlantic Avenue stalled vehicle right lane is blocked off the lease from before the Brooklyn Bridge on the westbound side the B. Q. we some is fun rubbernecking slowdowns as well that's a river crossings not bad on the inbound side.

governor Cuomo
"governor cuomo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Now governor Cuomo already today during the governor mall I'm governor and you're not briefing seven he is thinking about allowing now elective surgeries he will allow what yeah how nice of him but but did she will now elected for your doctor and your doctor think do is screw you it's under governor Cuomo after consultation with president trump if we can get enough money to give the hospital to do the surgery I got a note that I got over you know my golf buddies I can tell they're getting antsy out there they're getting really antsy you're starting to sound a note Hey I think it's going to be so in Russia are you ready maybe in a couple weeks and I got a note today from one a missile you know what we may be able to get out there in the first week in may if the government allows and I wrote it that triggered me yes the government allows I look at it we are seventy year old people and it just so we do not know what's in our own best interest as a soon to be able to run our club do not know how to run their club do not know how to keep their own members best of no we he's a calm down I said no you'll get rid of this attitude oh wow when the government allows us to go play golf that's what's wrong with that what no anyway I'm a woman's health issues now between the woman and the government you're just trying to start up out there with that question in a larger doing it used to be in a woman's health issues were between her and her doctor well then Hearn Planned Parenthood whatever hurt her and her doctor it's now the doctors gotta referred to governor Cuomo wondering aloud what get this get this at governor Cuomo's I'm governor in your not briefing today a reporter asked him what he would say to new Yorkers who want to go back to work because they're running out of money he said the economic hardship does not equal death meaning what do you what you want to die or do you want to be poor you want to be you want to die or you want to be hungry economic hardship doesn't equal death that might not but then he wasn't finished there's another sentence to what he said if you're gonna if you want to go to work go get a job as an essential worker well no never never suffered economic hardships in his life never not personal economic hardship so economic hardship doesn't equal death very hot there you go folks that's their attitude everybody in favor of the shut down you're losing your business you're losing your job be grateful that you're not dead be grateful you haven't died we have saved you and if you really want to go to work then go get a job as an essential worker meaning whatever you were doing before this is chump change to.

governor Cuomo
"governor cuomo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You're gonna be mad at me this this stuff's not gonna work opening the economy will work has anybody heard governor Cuomo support that bill he's never supported that bill he's never said a word about why not are there small businesses in New York New York City of course there are why wouldn't people in New York and New York City be able to access some of these funds of course they would so why isn't only getting behind it because he's a hack because Schumer is not behind it because plus he's not behind it because they want more money for other stuff plus Cuomo wants you to bail him out I'm gonna take about Cuomo I just during the break look this up all I did is is being New York City state budget twenty nineteen and you're not popped up this article from November twenty second twenty nineteen the New York Post one here this here's the headline bye Bernadette Hogan Hey Carl Campanelli New York state faces six one billion dollar budget hole next year officials said November twenty two was before this virus in any noticeable way hit New York so before any of this governor Cuomo faces I'm quoting a growing budget mess as officials projected a shocking six point one billion dollar hole in the state's finances next year if that's this year the figure was provided by the state division of budget in its mid year budget report which was released weeks after its legally mandated due date that tallies up to roughly six percent of the state one hundred two billion dollar budget for agency is in operation so it has a one hundred two billion dollar budget and it's off by six percent in one year he goes on more than half the gap four billion dollars is linked to a dramatic rise in the state's Medicaid costs these states that have given the most liberal financing towards Medicaid or who include illegal aliens in Medicaid believing and they want you want me to fix this this is what this is really about this is what this is really about in an effort to patch the hole Cuomo's considering slashing payments to hospitals and nursing homes in the current budget perhaps next year close savings may include across the board reductions in rates paid to providers and health plans reduction to discretionary payments and other actions that can be executed administratively in the current fiscal year the report reads it's Cuomo's biggest budget shortfall since he came into office in twenty eleven experts at its best it's been a governor for for over nine years this is the toughest budget that Cuomo has faced partly because he had bigger gaps when he took office he took office nine years earlier but he also made more political capital he kind of owns this crisis because it's not driven by the economy listen to this it's driven by the shortcomings of his own management of the Medicaid program in particular one health care so here we have a governor short ventilators who's cutting hospital beds who sought by six percent on his budget as a result of his budget priorities now he wants everybody else to take care of them he's worried about his own backside America he's not worried about New York these were his decision she place New York in a vulnerable position what health experts said the growing Medicaid costs would result in new York's costly and on Willie health care system what one health care expert said the growing Medicaid costs are the result of new York's costly and on we only health care system quote they failed to present a real plan criticized Dave fried fell of the citizens budget commission a fiscal watchdog group they've known about this for a long time but the plan they they did prince reverie at present is really one part gimmick now his analysis shows the state was already in trouble after pushing off a one point seven billion dollar Medicaid building March twenty nineteen ended twenty twenty which grew in about four billion dollars so this guy has been a fraud from day one and I'm Willie healthcare system in the state they allow people into their healthcare systems had a lot of states don't they're up there near the top in terms of benefits under Medicaid they can't afford that in New York but that's his agenda that's just politics such as space it sure is a one point seven billion dollar Medicaid shortfall twenty nineteen and he's pushing it into this year back in November and now it's grown to four billion dollars then he's got another two point one billion dollars in the hole a spokesman for the division of budget refused to give details of how to governor Cuomo's January budget address on how the state plans to cut Medicaid expenditures incurred and rolled over from last year so he would have the federal government bail him out and he's using this virus he's using the horror of what's taken place to the people in New York City in particular in the metropolitan area he wants his costs his budget that was deep in the hole what do they call it here in the article shocking a shocking six point one billion dollar hole six percent in the state's finances this year because a part of an unwilling hospital healthcare system this is why Cuomo said let's go to cut it now listen carefully this is what I do I put these things together listen carefully to what he says not a governments you know I still leads doctors across the lease this is not cut a Mister producer go to cut eight Alisa finances on the state the federal government is passed three bills to address this crisis of those three bills the state governments have gotten precisely zero zilch nada on restricted and non restricted eight he wants unrestricted aid not virus specific eight not even to be reimbursed for the costs directly associated with this virus although let's admit all this money's fungible he wants unrestricted I know what is the one on restricted eight because of what I just read to you back in November they predicted that this year New York would be six point one billion dollars or six percent of its budget.

governor Cuomo
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Thomas your governor Cuomo taking issue with president trump's statement that he as president as the final word on re opening the U. S. economy Cuomo calls that absurd telling NBC's today show we don't have a king we have a president Mr trump meanwhile says he is readying a plan for how and when to restart the economy when it comes to lifting stay at home orders and issuing new guidance the president says he's the decider not governors where somebody is the president of the United States the authorities totals and that's so it's gonna be governors from both parties are pushing back and say they have the constitutional responsibility in their states but Mr trump disagrees the president of the United States calls the shots at the same time the president says he will work with the states even though he has the absolute right to announce when the anti virus guidelines are over Greg Clugston Washington the U. S. is faring better than Europe when it comes to the virus death rate White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr Deborah Berkshire mortality as last when you combine European countries equal to the size of the United States and I think this is really two things one it's that incredible work of the American people that it's also the incredible work of our health care providers the International Monetary Fund expects the global economy to suffer its worst year since the Great Depression and because of the virus pandemic hundreds of Chicago voters who went to the polls in last month's primary being notified of possible exposure to covet nineteen at one site a poll worker develop symptoms and later died on Wall Street this morning the rally rolls on right now the Dow is up about four hundred fifty one points the nasdaq two hundred forty five points higher and the S. and P. is up sixty three points more on the story it's a town hall dot com your commercial free very unique mortgage team that has a very specific advantage that could save your family monthly and lifelong money two things you should know one we were started by a dad and his son and his wife and his sister in law and we've grown to be a faith focus mortgage team that's helping families across the U. S. we're feeding family at our core we don't hide it two you still stay fairly small on purpose we're only about a couple dozen people a makeup that we believe less is truly know every person that calls but we also have a big advantage our company is directly under which means our company gets to use its own money and make its own decisions within its own walls a reality that often allows us to get you a better rate which could save you monthly and lifelong money we are United faith mortgage United faith mortgage dot com good morning the dividend mortgage quickly final part remember your facilities maker releases a commission to animals consume accidental corporate analyst with thirteen thirty causing the delays that Alaska flight which Massachusetts Mississippi Montana North Dakota South Dakota or Utah there's a partial re opening of businesses in Italy following a five week lockdown however there are strict rules governing hygiene and customer numbers sharks itself sending baby clothes and stationery shops even some regions today have decided that they're going to old town that they're not going to allow the shops to reopen factories and industries in particular for straight said that they have not been able to start back up again now the government has said that over this three week period it will look at ways in which it can reopen some factories the recovery here is very slow when the government is taking a cautious approach it's very aware that one wrong step could see another outbreak the BBC's Jean McKenzie China facing a new coronavirus flare up along its remote northern border with Russia that's far from the epicenter of Wuhan news and analysis at town hall dot com in travel we've got the answer this report is sponsored by rocket mortgage by quicken loans traffic.

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"governor cuomo" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Governor Cuomo reported ICU patients and dish charges for weeks but not today and just new hospitalizations which are now two fifths of what they were predicting it was going to be a week ago well that would be good news and that would mean I guess the president's travel ban work Charlie I think my favorite flop and flip is Joe Biden now two months and three days late supporting the president's China travel ban that he called Xena phobic and hysterical and fear mongering no doubt and you could tell I mean Joe Biden basically everything that he said he had the support throughout the democratic primary has now been proven to would have only made America people are inspected whether it be the appeasement of China which we know that Joe Biden down played at that the threat of China and at worst which cozying up to dictators of the Chinese Communist Party and while his son was doing very questionable business deals with the leaders of China or immigration I mean Joe Biden came out with a statement that he may or may not have written approach probably is handlers but it came up under his name in his campaign where he said that it was you know phobic and was close minded to close off the borders to China president Donald Trump can go into re election mode against Joe Biden or some people call him Joe China saying that I save tens of thousands of lives because I shut down the borders to China and instituted a travel ban while my opponent hid behind virtue signaling left wing talking points well I put our country's lives for such a great point showing that you have brought up many times and the president has really zeroed in on that this press conferences because Joe Biden would have kept the borders open and we would have a death toll that would be unimaginable and unacceptable if we were to follow the policy to Joe Biden and this next phase Democrats are arguing for money for illegal immigrants shouldn't surprise you Brendan just like they want to change the voting laws dramatically so anybody could phone in mail it in you can have somebody bring it in for you yeah that will be widespread cheating and stealing what I think Charlie had a right I mean this is what you're seeing is a very partisan reaction by the leftist pandemic rather than coming together to find solutions you saw it with some of the relief packages but I try to push this green new deal through the relief packages again you're seeing it right now with the broadcast of the president's coronavirus briefings using that as a basis to file a petition here the FCC to shut down broadcasters that do cover that I think on that last part this is a clear signal they want to sue people because when all of them got it wrong I mean that's Cheryl Atkinson did a great service to everybody pointing out all the crap they were saying and how wrong everybody was what would you know it was a learning curve for everybody so I guess the doctor felt she was saying it's not a problem on January twenty first nothing Americans have to worry about everybody changed over time as we begin to see the real seriousness of this yeah look this is just a clear attempt in there gonna continue this to try to use the FTC to shut down any voice that doesn't fit the far left orthodoxy in they're not gonna give this up even though we turn back this petition so I think it's something we have to really keep an eye on going forward I Charlie Kirk thank you Brendan thank you.

Governor Cuomo ICU
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"My G. here's governor Cuomo cut number fifteen let's listen to him talking about hospitalizations this is very important I know they're struggling in their suffering in New York there is a lot of death there's a lot of sadness but there is as as as many you're putting it I do there's a glimmer of hope cut fifteen from fox news and gradient financial good news is the hospitalization rate does suggest that it's coming down and we are flattening the curve we had two hundred net increase in hospitalizations which you can see is the lowest number we've had since this nightmare started actually a change in I. C. U. admissions is the lowest number we've had since March nineteenth or so so all of this data suggests that we are flattening the curve so far and the numbers are coming down so far when you hear the governor talked about the lowest numbers since it began that is very positive that is very hopeful here's John in the really factor dot com studios Hey John welcome how are you Hey Mike how you doing good good good happy Easter so happy users here at the good side as wonder thank you because I've been listening to you for a few years and now you got me hooked on everybody Sebastian Prager everybody and Larry elder so thank you very much for that thank you for your support yeah I am and I'm calling from Minnesota where Mike windows from we live in here and bless his heart for everything you're doing for us that that my point was that I want to say is I'm in construction and I wear a mask every day and it's a little bit rough in the beginning but I just wanted to you know let you guys know you get used to long please wear your masks and I just think that it's a day that we just be grateful for our leaders that are stepping up for us be thankful for our family for everybody I think this is god's way of reminding us of our blessings and not giving us back in line with him like Mike said so does she use the show and everybody else thank you that's such a that's such a powerful reminder today I'm so glad you said it I've been thinking so much about the things that I'm grateful for I I've I admit I've kind of taken my relationship with my family a little bit for granted I haven't been in touch with my boys the way I should have been I've been talking to them trying to touch base with them to reach out to me I got very emotional my birthday a couple of days ago one of my sons said Hey dad I want to test out my zoom stuff on my computer I just wanna see if it works or not and and so I got on the call I was late because my boss called my was delayed but when I got on the call there were all four of my sons strewn all over the different parts of the country where they are where they live all there waiting for me to wish me a Happy Birthday single a single of the most beautiful off key rendition of Happy Birthday I've ever received in my life and it just it just touched my heart and I haven't you know I've shared with you that my relationship with with with not all of them has been great over the years as they got to be adults and have their own challenges in my challenges and losing their mom my wife we've we it's been a rough rough road they are doing great incidentally and I keep forgetting to tell you about one of the sons who tested who went untested for Kobe nineteen because he was having symptoms he tested negative he's doing great all of my kids are healthy and and and locked Allen and one is with his wife and another one with his daughter and my salvation army kid is doing the lord's work with the salvation army my teacher kid is teaching my oldest is on unemployment laid off from his from his comedy store job and I keep telling him it's coming back and he's in the unemployment system and.

New York governor Cuomo
"governor cuomo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I was informed that governor Cuomo is already filled you in an hour she called me a little while ago and asked whether or not it would be possible to use the with respect to fighting the virus and we haven't had that in mind although we were let him do it and we're also going to let new Jersey governor Murphy we spoke with him a little while ago and it is new Jersey's going years are also because New Jersey is a hot hot spot so governor and governor Cuomo are going to be using ship to Jersey and to be sure and it's now called and said and we are going to hopefully that will be very helpful to both states hopefully we'll have is that is a shift that I think a lot of us have been expecting here there are many people in hospitals except for cover nineteen right now very few car accidents very few just accidents in general very few stabbings and shootings and things of that nature here New York is a lot less people on the streets so there is there's not there's not a lot of non covert activity in the hospitals so the switching hi I wanted to either switching the United States naval ship comfort this hospital ship but as I'm telling you I could probably jog due in about ten fifteen minutes where I am right now okay serology tests there's a lot of complexity here talk about elisa tests and you know ask days at all as you know I'm not a lab tech I don't know I mean that's that's you can get into that with with that's will bring on a medical expert talk about that I can tell you this serology tests would be looking for antibodies in your system antibodies in your system and prove that you have been exposed and or infected and now you're past it and you have immunity to this disease this was spreading like wildfire in February in March and it's only recently we locked down and they say that's brought down the curve that's that's been lessen the spread okay it is completely feasible I once a probable it is feasible that there are a lot of people who are infected with this and in fact they they tell us is they think that they're a lot of people affected no it all right well think about how that changes the dynamic here if we get serology tests out there and we find out that there are millions of Americans who have antibodies that you could extrapolate it out to a random sampling the population and and then you then you look at what the data tells you a let's say that there's a there's a belief that millions of people were exposed to this and millions of them already have the antibodies well then that doesn't doesn't doesn't not show us that one there's already some herd immunity effect is that were the case this is all based on what could happen in months and this is happening some herd immunity effect in place whereby if you have millions of people who are you into this they can go back to work and it would also raise questions about what really is bringing down the curve is it that the infection spread and a lot of people are infected and and didn't know what I now have a munity and therefore aren't spreading even further the these are just the questions that you have better data to answer we are making determinations here based on incomplete and faulty data every day and anyone who's telling you otherwise is not looking at the number stated they don't know what they're talking about blood serology testing to show that there is a there's a much broader degree of infection from this than was previously thought and there for people that are through it and fine they'd be able to go back to work yet and not only that you know if I had a serology tests for example like I I could know that I could spend time with members of my family who are higher risk and not have to worry about it and I could take better care of them and not have to be concerned about being in close contact with them serology testing is key this needs to happen soon this needs to be an absolute priority because it'll also tell us a lot more about this disease given how how highly infectious disease you know about Boris Johnson's got a Tom Hanks is got and people all over the world have gone into and you know it's something that we've obviously been caught unaware and a lot of ways in corona where if I help with this with this would spread if millions and millions and millions of people have it or or rather had gone in and didn't even know it were a symptomatic or had such low symptoms they didn't know that also changes substantially the mortality rate and makes us think more about protecting vulnerable populations instead of being in this rolling shut down and series of shutdowns and you know there's there's going to be questions eventually asked about whether this was the way that the shutdown was don was this the right move the serology tests are gonna play into that a lot bay very good at what we have to see what the data says but we need these blood tests to look for.

governor Cuomo
"governor cuomo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Piercing of governor Cuomo it's enough with this nonsense but then she didn't deny the nipple piercings I don't believe there's nipple piercings there I really don't I mean I have the governor's back on this I've got his ex is back on this I think it's just hairy hairy nipples that were protruding through the shirt but how you made a a very astute observation that either that a high school yesterday as well is he put the suit back on anybody else suit jacket and and the shirt and a tie on which if you'll speculation exactly because you're a guy who sometimes a self conscious of photos and we take with gas because these we bring in these elite athletes ripped body so you don't want to look yet awkward in the photo so you started wearing sort of jacket type clothing when guests were coming in need to be taking photos a hundred percent that is the most and this is what the governor is doing well now see him in a suit from here on out yeah and I don't blame them if if people are talking about this and write articles like I I would be a hundred percent self conscious about it too I mean that that's what I do it's that the jacket is that is the great equalizer but we'll see what he comes out with today every now it's a it's a little side story in these press conferences that already feel like a reality show I think it all depends on where he is if he's up in the Capitol Hill where his suit and tie but if he's out on the streets and he's walking around in these you know maybe at a hospital or at the the U. S. and S. comfort or something like that or he's at the Javits center then I think he dresses a little bit more casual but I would imagine what we'll see is we'll see one of those New York state governor jackets or something seems like everybody's got a jacket with their symbol on it you know no matter what government network in yeah everybody's got it all you know yeah I got on the governor you know this is a lieutenant governor they got a jacket this one's got a jacket you know the health commissioners got a jacket everybody's got a jacket yeah but the problem with the jacket thing is that I've run into is once you gets really warm out you know you're screwed because if you wear jackets all the time in these situations and then you're talking like July and August I mean you just got to let it fly so you got to make sure you're in the best shape possible in those months and if you're not I mean you're gonna look horrible and my T. shirt season rolls around I end up looking not so good so government almost got to think about that in addition to everything else you kind of think about I was going to handle a T. shirt and polo season because that's always something as much as I love summer I was settings IT over that with the ma'am problem I've dealt with for most of my life this Hey I Jerry's back with an update what's going on Jerry morning guys yeah well a lot of the corona viruses you can imagine the nets have been cleared of it as the four players that had including Kevin Durant are all healed and we're good to go and they are symptom free we found out Sean marks yesterday in a conference call I need all their play by play announcer on yes join Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio overnight and I and our obviously around around a lot said he did the right thing by doing what he did let us know I have to applaud Kevin for coming out everybody's got to handle it in the way that they feel is appropriate but I can tell that Katie coming out of changing the stigma which is really a big part of this right now nobody should feel badly that they'd contracted Dennis and if anything it's helpful and bringing home the point that we all have to be so careful when it does become a public issue now one big topic this morning has been sports being a distraction the shifter stuff with the NFL the NFL draft will line was asked the question two if it can be a distraction for us I feel like it's absolutely true but I don't want to trivialize at any point what's happening in the world we do have to prioritize and the first thing that we have to focus in on is flattening this curve and doing everything individually in our power and that's all we can ask people to help the cause now that said mark Cuban was on Yahoo finance and he was asked point blank if he thought the draft going forward was a good idea absolutely because we need the versions I mean we're all stuck at home we're all looking for things to watch I mean why started star tracks Friday nights on ABC ratings have skyrocketed were seen multi year highs because people are looking for things to watch as a family he also said he hopes that the NBA will get back sooner rather than later when they do he expects and hopes they can jump right into this and bring everybody up hopefully the NBA will be back sooner rather than later sign in front of no fans in a safe environment that puts nobody at risk I'm not making any predictions but yeah having the NFL draft is good having the NBA draft NBA play games any sport play games we need that and I know G. R. your point out a boomer the amount of money that these leagues would lose if they don't finish a certain amount of games and then even get to the postseason I guess here's Cuban is level of confidence that they will be back we just need that communal energy to get us excited to give us something to cheer or again and I'm confident the N. B. is going to lead the way and they have yeah they lead the way and everything right now it is it is true I mean they they've had more of these outside the box ideas that make sense to me then mostly of the league so far I know it's very very difficult for any of these leads to think about how to get started up at least there sounds like there's a plan there and also I mean putting stuff on TV is very important for everybody to because once you get stuff on TV again the ad revenue everything that comes in the business side of it so it's not just about feeding us the public something to chew on this for sports entertainment goes it's also very important for the sports leagues these TV networks to have a product that they could put on television to get the business jump start again yeah and Cuban very much in favor of if he has to you know put all the teams in one single location he's in favor of that just to get this thing going again and you got to do it safely but he believes it can be done and then they might be able to figure out a way to do it bill Belichick like many athletes and celebrities have come out we've certainly heard from Michael Rapaport enough the last couple of weeks he had a message for everybody hello this is bill Belichick I want to reach out to you in these uncertain unprecedented times to let you know that I am doing the patriots are behind you we are all in this together he along his two minute message G. did sound like a coach at times we are facing a difficult opponent it will take teamwork discipline and commitment to do the right things all the time now you remember Rappaport propose the stay the bleep at home challenge will Belichick didn't quite say it that way but yeah he wants everybody in their homes I encourage everyone to shelter in place for as long as necessary because we fight this virus together and hopefully win it and move on and we mentioned earlier the NFL draft going forward late this month here's Sean Payton it's going to be different for sure in terms of what the war room looks like the prep well he says in terms of the saints and their prep that's the beginning steps basically started this morning to go on for the next so long till Easter meetings will take place in a remote location moreover the Dixie brewing.

governor Cuomo
"governor cuomo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Governor Cuomo when she said we're not sacrificing people to this disease you know we don't want to lose anyone we don't wanna lose anyone's grandma we don't want to lose anyone's parents I have a person in my district to critically L. he's in his forties and and has young children I mean I'm not willing to make that sacrifice and not to mention that we're talking about the greatest generation I think is already made so many sacrifices for us so that we can be here today so close sort of somehow I think that that they should make you know the ultimate sacrifice now to this disease when in fact what we really have to do what is not only bad for all across the country but it is also happens to be best for our economy is do everything we can to flatten the curve now and do everything we can now to to do the social distancing themselves are in place to stop the spread of this disease and it popped in the short term but will read at the economic benefits in the long term as we get past this disease funds to that one remark by lieutenant governor of Texas Dan Patrick what about the call there's a larger question about as in trump's going on TV every day having these news conferences there the new trump rallies there just on television and his approval rating for handling the virus is up to sixty percent and the caller says Joe Biden is an out there he's offered a few bromides where's the counter narrative from your party well I think a lot of us right now certainly myself as I come from a military background you know you do the work on the ground you you are fighting the battle on the ground and there will be a time for what we call the military an after action report what went right and what went wrong but right now we're just fighting the fight on the ground here especially in places like New Jersey and in places like New York I think that people like governor Cuomo and then governor Murphy are presenting the counter narrative of how we fight this and how we do what's right for people in the country and I'll tell you you know a lot of us are trying to do what's right in fighting a very bipartisan way for things like the defense production act because we critically need that the court but I also think that right now this country needs they need to see their elected officials doing everything they can for them and I don't you know in my district I think when people see partisan battles they may see that as wasted energy and energy that's not going to serving them and so like I said I think what we have to do now as I would say not just the Democrats but as Republicans as any elected official is make sure you're doing everything you can for the people in your district and then we can once we we do quote the car once we get to the other side of this I think there will be time to talk about how it was handled how it should have been handled and what the best path forward as well I do see a part of a bipartisan group of seven Democrats and seven Republicans on a resolution calling for more aggressive use of the defense production act by the president president trump keeps saying it's not necessary for the ventilators and masks and other things because private companies are stepping up voluntarily you talk about private companies in New Jersey stepping up voluntarily so do you think the president is right or wrong well I think in this instance that the and this is this is not we need the defense production act yes private companies in my district are stepping up one is that we don't have all the supply line and so we need a national effort to coordinate this we have you know I was in the military and we know how to do logistics like we need a national logistics effort we need a national coordination effort I've even had major corporations say to me well you know we've asked the federal government we've been kind of waiting for them to direct what production needs they have and and so this is this is such a broad effort to try to get that done and I think we're a little bit behind where we need to be because we haven't made that now you know we haven't done use all the power of the defense production act to coordinate the efforts of our country to coordinate the efforts of large and small corporations so that we can critically get that's where we need and I want to tell you I mean people companies businesses are hungry for that leadership in my district and I know across the nation you do the auto manufacturers stepping up to produce ventilators but these companies do you want to do that but how are we going to get the ventilator by you know here I am a congresswoman in the eleventh district of New Jersey I was writing to members of the congressional delegation in Michigan to say one once we get the ventilator is what are you hearing from the big for like what what's happening with our auto manufacturers and when we got to get on that you know that's not the ideal way to handle that ideally the federal government would be managing this and ensuring that places like New York New Jersey better under you know having so many overwhelming cases get that the respirators and ventilators and the math and the flop and effective they need from the rest of the country because quite frankly we're going to get over this and then we're going to be able to supply the rest of the country with some of the the things that we have but right now we're in desperate need and we need a national effort we just have a few minutes left the federal government now wants people from the New York City area to self quarantine for fourteen days even if they feel healthy whenever they arrive in another part of the country do you want that either for people from your district who might be in the zone or people arriving in your district who you know because I know part of your district is in that zone as described by doctor Burks of the federal government and part of your district is not so do you want that for people entering your district from you know an inner suburb or from within the city itself to self quarantine for fourteen days the O. N. do you want it to apply to people from your district who would be subject to that so Brian I think we have to look at this and I'm a little bit you know have a little bit more new ones the thing that yes I I want people to stay in their homes as much as possible I want to make sure that you know people are not traveling if they don't need to travel but but there is a lot going on right now that we can't predict we need doctors and nurses and if they're coming from other parts of the country we need to be able to put them to work you may have a situation where suddenly someone in your family gets sick and you have children that need to be taken care of so I think we need to have a means of addressing that's been part of what I think we've got to all work towards is is rapid testing so that we can understand who is who the rep and who's not I know in New York they're they're looking at whether or not people who have had the corona virus are now immune from it I think that's something that we need to to look at and see if we can put those people to work in some of the critical areas so this is a national conversation that we need to have and I'm willing to look at it so much drastic effort if we can quickly do that so that we can get to the other side of this as as soon as possible but I do think we have to have broader conversations about it and of course the widespread population testing is still some ways away and so in the meantime what do you think about this and this will be the last question the New York times editorial board is calling for a nationwide too weak shelter in place policy meaning something as strict as in New York for the whole country in effect isolating the corona positive population and largely freezing the spread in place if it works would you support or advocate for that in Congress yes brain I have been very much a proponent of a two week really you know everybody working incredibly hard to just hope that we have seen what happens in other countries when they don't do when they don't do everything they can to stop the flow as as everyone okay kind of the cliche is we want to look more like South Korea and not like Italy we know how bad this can get were already on the front lines of it here so yes I am a huge proponent of taking two weeks doing everything we can to halt the spread of this and and then figuring out what the best way forward is that right now it feels like when we see the doubling of cases and and places like New York in New Jersey and Louisiana it it it feels like we've got to do something more drastic so that we don't end up in a far worse place congresswoman Mikey Cheryl Democrat from New Jersey's eleventh district centered in Parsippany thank you so much for your time today I know there's a lot going on well thank you so much I really appreciate it W. NYC stay with us with the coronavirus keeping children across the country at home schools are turning to.

Governor Cuomo
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"From governor Cuomo is the wording on that or something it sounds more like a house arrest kind of an atmosphere assuming that he's not happy with on that front but the reality of this is that that you're looking at Californians coming off the beach staying home from work and all of them for all intents and purposes right now staying home and not going out as much as possible so you know in China they had sort of these draconian moves to keep the virus away people weren't allowed to leave their house really at all no you can't do that here in a free country but the Gavin Newsom is saying Hey you know just go out to get groceries come right back home don't go to work work from home that's that's essentially what he's saying is that since it's you know it's the closest thing ice I think we've seen so far to that same kind of all locked down that we saw in China which is what you're seeing China is a tribute to further their ability to control this as best as possible to white you know when you're seeing the numbers today coming out that Italy has more deaths now than China's had that that might have everything to do with the fact that China acted with severity and and they came down really hard on this locking people in place containing the disease causing up tens of millions of people in prohibiting them from leaving their cities their homes except to get food and medical care in essence what California is doing is asking Californians to do exactly that is for all intents and purposes stay home as much as possible stay off the roads and do what you can to stop the spread of this yes a lot of these numbers obviously they're going to continue despite because we're testing now which we weren't doing it more than a white kia at the thousands of tests being done overnight so do you have any sense of how these numbers will spike will they continue to go up the next couple weeks I know you're not a doctor but maybe you can try take a educated guess I would say that most will listening to most governors and most of these states bear the indication is going to be that those are going to rise severely but now that testing is going to right now that the open the open door here is the testing is kind of come into place like in in my state here in Connecticut just over the past week you've gotten tests they're supposed to open up drive through testing today on some level but that's a different way different feel from where we were last week and not knowing when we were to get test so the fact that we've got them begins that process but the reality is you are going to see steep climbs going forward here in regards to the numbers because of the test in the positive results are coming up you can sense a lot of people probably have this and just saying Hey you know what I don't even need to go get it tested I've got all the symptoms and to try to ride it out at home so that these can numbers might be even much higher than what we're seeing I think it's very possible but I think that there are people right now you can kind of just see on social media number of people talking about the symptoms that they've had it in people who have tested positive talking about what they've gone through what their experiences are like what it was like on day one day five day ten what the experience has been like that in order to try to help out others who may not be able to get a test may not be able to leave their home but yet want to know what this coronavirus feels like you're seeing a lot of that on social media has everything the power home everybody healthy okay everybody L. B. I. your kids got a little bit of cabin fever here known but outside of that everybody's doing pretty well and you are the same cabin fever in the in the going a little nutty and you know you don't know what to do and you can't hard to explain exactly that you got to stay home these kids jigsaw puzzle these days.

governor Cuomo
"governor cuomo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Now we're fighting the virus and we're fighting fear and panic the fear and the panic is actually a worse problem in my opinion then the virus right now we know what we have to do on the virus is going to be hard it's going to be disruptive but we know what we have to do their the fear and the panic can actually get out of control more than the virus can governor Cuomo that's the reality of it in a world of unknown what scares us the most the unknown what's going on we're terrified because we don't know what terror for a thousand different reasons could I catch it could I pass it on will you die what you guys can destroy America is is is it I am I am I can have a job as my business going to be here we're living in the world of we don't know and there's a holding pattern we don't do well with that right we don't do well with that it's like do you member when you're a kid and your mom would say what's your dad gets home right or when my mom finds out about this and you go over every single scenario and all of its bad right all of it's the worst thing ever with someone so find out about this when my work and that's the worst place to be last night I was trying to come for my little brother's twenty one and he's very worried about my little brother Spencer for those guys who who are new to the show god bless you for paying attention but I have a little brother named Spencer he's he's my nephew actually my mother's adopted and he's he's an amazing kid but he was born with brain damage several policy he he was not supposed to live that night let alone to live to be fifteen and thrive you'll never walk or talk happy let's have a look at the world body has traded a G. two it is always worry about about him in in in regular situations most people think my mother's villa mothers like you know what his immunity strong he's stronger the doctor says told over two weeks ago look he's as strong as anybody else out there but yes yes the traits you have to be a little bit more careful and he's terrified you know everybody's lost their fight for self is he's he's they lived on a daily basis we've news right I don't know how many of you in the last twenty four hours have seen any part of like what's going on in Italy right you watch what's happening with Italy's got this many cases this many people have died and you think yourself oh my god that's coming here and there at like twenty percent instead either there at ten percent it's actually starting to move down a little bit less they tested more and more people everybody needs to relax right forty eight percent of people have died Italy had three life threatening underlying illnesses twenty five percent had to underlying illnesses twenty four percent or so had at least one average age was seventy point five percent the average person in Italy who gets this even now ninety nine point two percent survival rate yourselves and I told him that last night see yourself even when you're a sales manager selling something fear fear of missing out is huge right the fear of loss is huge fear sells we need to be diligent we don't need to be stupid I don't know if we can look back in six weeks announcer wow did we overreact did we overreact but I'm telling you guys now you cannot allow fear to run your life because that is not going to be good for anybody three two three five three twenty four twenty three accidents shows your Twitter retweet us you can text the program as well I love hearing from each and every single one of you trump doing all that he can't and I'll have to say over the last seven days or so trump has been for more presidential and leader like in the combating this is funny yesterday he talked about himself in a wartime president because it's a battle that we're going on right now it's a wartime thing everybody laughed at a Merkel came out last night she says the exact same thing that she this is a war time effort that we need to to take this on and and battle this this this is the mentality that we have to have and and I think some of that is absolutely correct right it is that this is the way that we have to look at this we're asking every American to make major changes to reduce social interactions over the next two weeks as we all know we must make them shared sacrifices and that's what we're doing as a country yeah shared sacrifices altruistic right altruistic is what they're looking for that's what all of us have to do but I asked the question to you and everybody out there you know they passed the bill yesterday what does that mean what's inside of it where people are going where's the checks and the biggest thing that came out of yesterday and I've said this and I'll continue to say this is people want to know Hey just out of curiosity you're stopping us down we're not gonna be able to to work potentially what about being evicted what about all of those things and that's the most important thing that came out of yesterday and will continue to come out as they continue to reshape all of these things was this the department of housing and urban development just providing immediate relief to renters and homeowners by suspending all foreclosures and evictions until the end of April yeah so the end of April why will have a better handle on all of this stuff we'll be looking at this in a much different way as you've seen day today it's a fluid situation but everybody needs to at some point time relax and realize that look we're coming together right we're starting to move in a direction where we're starting say yeah okay where do we go from here what do we need to do as a country right we need to do this fantastic how we gonna be helped okay you guys are willing to do that great that let let let that you're willing to do that fantastic but we also need to figure out how do we fight this thing in a long term way and I'm to say something and it's not going to be exciting for a lot of people at some point in time Americans are gonna go alright I've had enough okay sap we have to live our life at some point in time we have to save yourself ninety nine point two percent of us are gonna survive the best way for us to combat this maybe just take it head on saying Hey people over a certain age or people's underlying illnesses are going to have to be not separated the graphic quarantine themselves and everybody else is healthy and able bodied need to face this right on and some of you may get sick and some of any of us may get sick and we may see some other people who get sick and potentially die but when we have a herd mentality and we haven't heard kind of immunity because we've built up that that helps everything in a situation like this the two often right now we're waiting around for the government everybody else to save us I I think at some point in time you have to face the fact that this to talk about the thinking seasonal eighteen months Kate let me ask you could you go eighteen months and by that I mean fine for three months it's happened again everybody shut everything down five or six months it's seasonal now with the sort of thing down for three months I don't think we can go through that so do we take this thing head on right testings been abysmal we're testing the wrong people why we testing on people chat people are sick we know you're sick you may have the flu you may have this so this is what we can offer you but here's the thing the people that are supposed to be spreading this our younger generation or healthier generation route still working still trying to do certain things those people are the ones who should be getting tested white because they're the ones who are out and about it's an ugly situation but the reality is we're gonna start having to look at this in a way where we say to ourselves is the cure worse than the disease if we bankrupt our nation we settle a younger generation and the working generation now we still have twenty or thirty years left with a situation where they're never going to be able to climb out of this is that going to be worth it it's a horrible thought but the reality of what it.

governor Cuomo
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Old governor Cuomo announced the first positive case of corona virus a New York state a woman in her late thirties I traveled abroad in Iran she's currently isolated fox news and partly cloudy skies here to wrap up the weekend middle upper thirties some early sun for Monday more clouds later and maybe a stray shower will get up to the low to mid sixties Stratis scattered showers Monday night showers are likely by Tuesday and a high near seventy Jeff you know for the weather channel on one oh six one FM talk if someone you know struggles with substance addiction and homelessness there is home from healing transitions a nonprofit whose free residential program for all wake county residents empowers them to find recovery stay in recovery and enjoy life more than a thousand men and women have graduated from the program and seventy six percent of them remained in recovery one year after graduation the first step toward recovery is that healing cash transitions dot org I'm are kind of his thing so is it communism burning Glenn Beck it's free market capitalism tomorrow at nine A. M. the death of communism on one oh six one FM talk stay connected I heart radio or podcast discovery this is stuff you should know part of Sunday night podcasts your chance to hear the biggest training podcast each week for the free I heart radio app galaxies are very very far apart from one another the closest one to us Andromeda is two point two million light years away from us yeah and that's a I mean that's relatively close in the grand scheme right but that's also pretty far apart so I wanted there's this professor barber riding from Ohio state who's lecture we came across and she'd like just nails this right two point two million light years is an astoundingly large distance okay but it's actually really close for a galaxy because galaxies are so huge and the way that she put it like if you took a pair of ping pong sorry here we go and said one was long balls ping pong balls yes yeah J. the ping pong he took two days if you took into ping pong balls and one was the son and one was a neighboring star to the sun Alpha Centauri okay and you do you put them relative to one another okay the ping pong balls would be as far apart as Columbus Ohio in Jacksonville Florida okay if you use ping pong balls to be Andromeda and the Milky Way the distance would be three feet relative to one another interesting it is interesting yeah it's at least as interesting as your grain of sand in the palm of your liking this less than one big mac maybe I didn't get it across let me try another take okay no I thought it was great okay they use well we should talk about par sex a little bit just because of the Star Wars thank because the parsec is a unit of distance it is three point two six light years okay and your member in Star Wars the famous line from Han solo remember now they made the Kessel run in twelve parsecs so as a young dumb kid.

governor Cuomo
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Because of governor Cuomo's new criminal justice reform bill that he signed into law other than this criminalist particular thug was let out of out of the pre letter to jail before the cop was out of the hospital believe it or not anyway he was supposed to be in court yesterday guess what Russ is he didn't show up well maybe was at at the hockey game you know as you know he did not show up I mean it's a disgrace we have a public safety crisis in the making on our hands in my humble opinion and our next guest right now is on the line with us we're honored to have the former NYPD commissioner bill Bratton and we want to see what he thinks of bill Brett good morning to you Sir good morning Sir good morning John good morning a commission should we call you commission which is fine ms okay listen the commissioner this that this bill here that the governor Cuomo signed into law first of all the advocates for it say that the reason why we need this bill is because it it talked the bell it did it adversely impacts disproportionately impacts minority people that's why we need it and that's why governor Cuomo signed it into law what do you say to that argument well the issue is that the bill situation in New York prior to before was a mess before this made it even more of a mess in the public safety crises you're talking about will build over the next several months as is just like the one you just recruit to become more known to the public in the public gets to understand how badly for this bill was whatever the motivation was for its creation it's a mess and that's gonna become even more clear in the weeks and months ahead commissioner let let me ask you this Russell's were here you were a big believer in you know the broken windows policy which it in simple terms you know if you take care of the smaller crimes it you know vandalism you know stuff like that it it prevents against those cries becoming more serious crimes so to me in my little way of thinking this bail reform allows people to get out for any kind of crime almost it almost goes against your thinking with that broken windows policy would you agree with that call us if we put in place beginning back in nineteen ninety the subway then laid on nineteen ninety four major Larry would two pronged one should go after the mynah clients the broken windows quality of life the things that people sought experience every day at the same time with the crimes that system that we develop to after the serious crime so the combination of like a doctor working on your Sirius cancer results are gonna work on the small ones that might develop in the more serious cancer the results of that after thirty years is crime down the city but about eighty five percent quality of life improved dramatically what we're starting to see however is people forgetting the hard work it took to get us where we are today in the mail the form act the criminal justice reform act together going to unravel a lot of the good work it was understandably and what we did the stock question Chris issue is a prime example of it but this is like using an elephant gun to basically shooter flee and it's going to create significant problems going forward for example this state is only twenty three that do not allow judges when they have a person before the most interested in making a decision about whether they hold that person bail them all of them go on their own personally carcasses do not allow the judge should take into account is this person a danger to themselves or to the public if they are released is this Christian lightly to we P. another crime is this true isn't likely to return to court on the appointed day the case you just talked about the beating of a police officer and the individual fails to show up in court you know what happens when he turns his back to court when they finally do what the rest of again and they will he will come back the judge will look at him admonish you then have to let him go again that's how crazy this system is what it is you're absolutely right it is lunacy in capital letters now governor Cuomo is a smart guy he's on his way to pull Rico to assess the damage of the Porto Rican earthquakes now he didn't assess the damage done to the woman who got her teeth knocked out you can go visit her eating only visit that cop who was pummeled and assess the damage done to him or the three Jewish women who were attacked by a woman who got out of out of jail on this bill by that from this law that he signed into law this bill that he signed he didn't assess the damage to those three Jeff Jewish women what is this governor thank you what was he thinking when he signed it in your opinion bill Bratton I'll be quite Frank with you I don't know I don't know in terms of the governor who has spent most of his time in very strongly supportive of what a lot of police police unions on this matter I'm not sure what he was thinking that reality was that our prison population in the bike is right is nineteen ninety four we had twenty two thousand people a day on average in that jail today down to about eight or seven thousand likely to the reduction of crime by the New York City police department state prison populations are down almost forty percent going toward fifty percent so we already reducing prison population because with controlling behavior controlling crime this app that is too much too late in the sense of the problems were already being addressed it be quiet precision analysis instead they want this this thing with a of a media action just static chopping away and as a result we have this message been created terms of the governor the legislature I really don't know what they were thinking but I'm hoping that with the hue and cry and is now being raised that they seriously consider reconvening have public hearings with people who understand the system the police the judges the various district attorney's talk openly about what needs to be done and then let's do it thank you commissioner you will looks at it does not meet talk in a while I'm talking but it's not me make it up you've got a long distinguished career you know as a commission input but the Boston police department L. A. P. D. N. Y. P. D. you know about relations how to build relations how to fix things when when when you were recruited you are included to LA what there was a big time distrust between the community and the police have you ever seen more distrust or more disrespect I should say for the police in New York City that we're seeing today unfortunately that is the case that the department despite the record gains a reduction of crime improve quality of life let's face it the NYPD was the catalyst for New York miracle the turn around the city that exists today it is not an organization without flaws it's leadership myself included we made mistakes but by and large we got it right and even today that the Attorney General is now going to investigate the popping over the usual fare evasion is that a pop and biased innocent portion of their vision a three hundred million dollar problem I think you're going to find it is not we go with the farmers unfortunately fear of Asian is primarily in fortunately in the poor areas of the city we might expect it to be with people make the decision that they don't have the money to get on the train that they need to get to work and they make the decision about to avoid the fee as some of them many others basically this survey does all the time so this is another example of going after the NYPD the time and after that we'll go into that I wish they put the time and effort into this bill reform bill that then I'll probably footage of this latest investigation of the NYPD absolutely former NYPD commissioner bill Bratton the burning sigil Russell's Berg it is the activist judges also in the active is D. A.'s even when the suspects are eligible for bail they ought to let amount now the the premise for the BET basis for all this is that the criminal justice system is races most of these people like the fare beaters that disproportionately minorities and this is what they say and the suspects are disproportionately minorities and so therefore we have to change it so it they're not disproportionately affected and that's not all you made to commissioner Bratton and how do you respond to that argument what do you say to these people say and it's true they are disproportionately minority but when the use that argument how do you fight back against that well at least we less concern for the minority descended and much more concern for the minority victim because the reality of crime in this city in the state is a significant amount of crime violent crime unfortunately a cruise within the minority communities that's the reality oftentimes people want to talk about of a dresser but who are the victims of that crime right very seldom goes across color or ethnic lines it is basically principally black on black brown on brown that's the reality and the focus of the legislature over this past year on basically a criminal bill of rights for the criminals with the almost totally ignoring the rights of the victims we need to be much more focused on that do we need to be concerned with errors that create an unfortunate incarcerations significant incarceration unfortunately the people who love wants the convicted we need to be concerned with that Sir we cannot turn a blind eye to that but in trying to correct those problems we can affect your blues expression for the baby out with the bath water Mitch affected what was going on here my god the voice of reason former NYPD commissioner bill Bratton we need to we need to badly I don't thermos Jay's doing a great job in his early days but that we thank you for what you did for this city commissioner Bratton rather time we thank you for you did we thank you for you saying now that could if you know if you if you make it sound simple commission with common sense and something that seems to be lacking not just the in our city across our country right now so thanks very much for being here all the best bye bye all the best commissioner Bratton the Bernie in sigil my good friend Russ Salzburg we'll come right back.

governor Cuomo
"governor cuomo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"governor cuomo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Square today governor Cuomo has ordered an investigation into that threat he called it a despicable and cowardly act meant to instill fear and panic today in our area be mostly clear pretty cold too low thirty eight with wind chills between thirty and thirty five it will be breezy tonight as well tomorrow Monday sunny through the day the high could get up in the low fifties by the afternoon we're looking at mostly clear skies for tomorrow night low forty for Tuesday sunny fifty seven with rain possible Wednesday Hine you're fifty nine and then look at how to thanksgiving it will be mostly sunny breezy on Thursday with a high near forty six you're listening to WNIC it's six of six support for NPR comes from tire rack with more than five hundred tire models from twenty two manufacturers and an online tool for finding tires based on vehicle needs budget and brand tire rack dot com helping drivers find deliver install it's that Ted radio hour from NPR I'm guy rise on today show in and out of love yeah so I was out on a date and let's start with a story about falling in love it was one of those days where initially I didn't know what was the date this is manual and Katrin who's written a lot about love he had presented the idea of going to the art gallery so casually like he mentioned it via Instagram I think suggest something about how how casual it was a really a we're just two people going to look at smart together but pretty soon many realized it was a date yeah it was a date so Mandy and mark that date mark said to me do you want to go grab a.

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