35 Burst results for "Governor Newsom"

RFK assassin Sirhan asks to go home to live 'in peace'

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 11 hrs ago

RFK assassin Sirhan asks to go home to live 'in peace'

"The lawyer for sirhan sirhan who assassinated Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 is asking a judge to free him Sirhan is 78 and has spent 54 years in prison in California He was denied parole 15 times until last year aboard recommended his release but sirhan's attorney Angela berry says California governor Gavin Newsom said no They made a decision that he is not a danger to society She's asking a Los Angeles County superior court judge to reverse nissen's denial Barry also released a recording from sirhan Return call to my brother In peace Sir Han sirhan says the remorse he carries from his actions is something he lives with each day To transform this weight into something positive I have dedicated my life to self improvement and mentoring others in prison on how to live a beautiful life Governor Newsom's office declined to comment I'm Ed Donahue

Sirhan Angela Berry Sirhan Sirhan Robert F. Kennedy California Gavin Newsom Sir Han Sirhan Los Angeles County Superior Co Nissen Barry Governor Newsom Ed Donahue
Mark Levin Calls Out Gov. Gavin Newsom for Debate

Mark Levin

01:19 min | Last week

Mark Levin Calls Out Gov. Gavin Newsom for Debate

"Also I want to call out tonight that governor Newsom Governor Newsom is very anxious for national attention So I want to give him some Governor Newsom I would like to debate you for a full hour on this program I will be fair but I would like to debate you specifically about your record in California Now you know your record better than anybody You just signed 40 laws 40 involving the D growth climate change movement But we on this program we've been following you very closely So I want to encourage you governor Newsom we will be reaching out to you directly to debate me Now I understand a little dabble do you I don't have that problem So you don't have to come with your Sprite cans or anything like it But I'm quite serious about this ladies and gentlemen I would like to debate governor Newsom and I would say this to you governor Newsom if you want to be president of the United States I believe this would be a very good experience for you

Governor Newsom Governor Newso Governor Newsom California United States
The Story of Eight Lab Mice

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 3 weeks ago

The Story of Eight Lab Mice

"What do you think about the recent news that the vaccine was approved, a vaccine was approved by only testing them on 8 mice. I don't quite understand it. Yeah, I was just kind of reading this story. It's extraordinary. And apparently, one of the vaccines and again, I want to make sure I get this precise because we have a commitment to the truth here on this program. Is one of the vaccines was approved. By only testing the boosters on mice and not on humans. So instead of a set of three blind mice, we have 8 mice that are dictating whether or not we take vaccines or not. Play cut one O three. We're going to do revoke all of their license, revoke the license of 40% of rural pediatricians or myself who wants to see more data about something like the new omicron specific vaccine that yesterday just got magically authorized by the FDA based on 8 mice and no publicly available clinical data in humans. That's how they authorized it. The purpose of science is to challenge orthodoxy and dog money. That's how science advances, and that's exactly what was banned in this bill that governor Newsom may sign at any moment. So apparently we're learning that the vaccine was approved on 8 mice trials. We've been trying to warn people about this and we were laughed at and scoffed at the way they're going to pivot is they're going to blame Donald Trump for this. That article has already been written.

Governor Newsom FDA Donald Trump
California lawmakers OK lawsuits against 'cyber flashers'

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

California lawmakers OK lawsuits against 'cyber flashers'

"California lawmakers vote to okay lawsuits against cyber flashers I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest California residents who receive unsolicited sexually graphic material by text email app or other electronic means could sue the sender under a bill approved by state lawmakers The bill sent to California governor Gavin Newsom targets what's known as cyber flashing The bill would allow recipients to recover at least $1500 and as much as $30,000 from centers of obscene material who are older than 18 as well as punitive damages and attorneys fees Victims could also seek court orders blocking such behavior in the future The measure passed both of the state's assembly and the Senate unanimously So far governor Newsom has declined to say whether he will sign the bill into law I'm Lisa dwyer

Lisa Dwyer California Gavin Newsom Governor Newsom Assembly Senate
California's Governor Newsom Wants to Copy Texas Abortion Tactics for Gun Control

The Larry Elder Show

01:02 min | 10 months ago

California's Governor Newsom Wants to Copy Texas Abortion Tactics for Gun Control

"Gavin Newsom, the governor of California after he survived the recall, has just felt unleashed. Here's a latest. He's pledged to empower private citizens to sue manufactures for the sale of assault weapons in the state. He said, after all, conservative lawmakers in Texas are empowering people to sue abortion providers, so why can't I do the same thing regarding manufacturers of so called assault style weapons? Well, there's something called maybe you never heard of it. I'm trying to think of it as escaping my mind, or I just remember it. Second Amendment. California's also banned the manufacturing sale of many so called assault style weapons for decades. But a federal judge overturned the ban in June, calling it unconstitutional. So now Gavin Newsom wants to empower private citizens to sue manufactures for selling these so called assault style weapons. Welcome to California.

Gavin Newsom California Texas
Jen Psaki Breaks With Progressives on Smash-and-Grab Robberies: 'We Don't Agree'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:27 min | 10 months ago

Jen Psaki Breaks With Progressives on Smash-and-Grab Robberies: 'We Don't Agree'

"Is wrong. This crime surge is happening and we must not look the other way. Here was Jen Psaki yesterday in this exchange with Fox News channels Jackie Heinrich. Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot appeared to pass the blame on to retailers for these smashing grads saying that she's disappointed that these stores are not for the security officers who plays them working cameras and chaining up Cayenne bags, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, congresswoman said earlier this week also that she doubted allegations of organized retail thefts which you believed it was a Walgreens in California that cited it with a giant didn't back it up. Does the president believe that organized retail theft is really happening and should it be on the stores themselves to take action to prevent it? Well, we don't agree. And I think our actions and the work that we have had in working with the Justice Department, the FBI and federal law enforcement show that we take, we have seen some of these extremely video extremely disturbing videos showing retail thefts and both major retailers as well as state and local leaders like governor Newsom have identified this as a serious concern. We agree. That's the reason why we have sent additional support from the FBI, providing additional assistance. It's one of the reasons why we have also been the president and members of our administration have been long time advocates for supporting and funding the cops program something where the president proposed almost 300 million in additional assistance through his budget from what it was last year and why we have also provided money to get a Friday provided financial assistance to get money to hire 50 more police officers through the cops program that the president has championed in places like San Francisco and additional 20 officers in Los Angeles. So I think his record speaks for itself on this. We are going to continue to advocate for supporting programs like the cops program, ensuring that our law enforcement are good partners as we're working to address these retail thefts across the country. I'm no fan of the Biden administration. I'm no fan of The White House press secretary, but that's the right answer. It is. We got to stop this insanity of progressives trying to convince the country we shouldn't believe our line eyes. This crime wave the surge in crime is real.

Jen Psaki Jackie Heinrich Lori Lightfoot Alexandria Ocasio Governor Newsom FBI Cortez Fox News Walgreens Justice Department Chicago California Biden Administration San Francisco Los Angeles White House
California Governor Newsom Defeats Republican Recall Effort

It's All Political

01:56 min | 1 year ago

California Governor Newsom Defeats Republican Recall Effort

"By a landslide or close to it. The former san francisco mayor fought off an effort to oust him from office to begin with frustration over his handling of the pandemic had the california recall been successful. It's likely the next governor of this deep blue state would be conservative. radio host larry elder. He was leading big among the replacement candidates. So what's next for california under gavin newsom. Does he now have the wind at his back. My guests are job. Era fully hosted. The it's all political podcast as well as alexi kossuth and destined gardner the chronicle sacramento correspondents. Thanks for joining me. That was not exactly a nail biter of an election night. Earliest election night. Ever i believe in my in my history here so what happened. I mean where you guys expecting this. We we started watching the results role in just after eight. Pm and immediately a big big deficit for recall supporters alexi. Yeah we knew coming into it that it was likely that newson would go up big early for weeks. Now we've been tracking the returns of the early ballots and it was clear that democrats were returning their ballots in large numbers. They were really heeding the call of newsom to get involved in defeat this thing and avoid handing stay over to republican control but it was still rather surprising how large of a margin newsome had early on At one point more than seventy percent and it's just an impossible kind of margin to overcome in a state where republicans now only make up a quarter of the electorate so it became very clear very quickly that this recall was going down in

Alexi Kossuth Chronicle Sacramento Correspon Larry Elder California Gavin Newsom San Francisco Gardner Alexi Newson Newsom Newsome
California Recall Fails; Gov. Gavin Newsom Stays in Office

The World and Everything In It

01:03 min | 1 year ago

California Recall Fails; Gov. Gavin Newsom Stays in Office

"California governor gavin newsom will serve out the rest of his term or so it would seem as of midnight eastern with about two thirds of the votes counted. He appeared to have easily survived. Tuesday's recall election with sixty seven percent of voters saying no to removing newsom from office. The democratic governor already sounded optimistic. Just a few hours before the polls closed last night. Democrats frankly taking This a little bit. You know lightly because they didn't believe it number one or thought it didn't pose a threat number two but i think You've seen in the early voting Democrats of Becoming out strong. And i'm humbled by that grateful for that. If the recall had succeeded conservative talk radio. Host larry elder was the top choice of newsome's opponents when answering the ballot question. If governor newsom is removed who should take his place elder held a thirty point lead over all other candidates as of midnight. Newsom took office in january of two thousand nineteen. He's slated to serve another sixteen months in office

Gavin Newsom Newsom California Governor Newsom Larry Elder Newsome
Gavin Newsom Holds on to His Job as California's Governor

The World and Everything In It

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Gavin Newsom Holds on to His Job as California's Governor

"California governor gavin newsom will serve out the rest of his term or so it would seem as of midnight eastern with about two thirds of the votes counted. He appeared to have easily survived. Tuesday's recall election with sixty seven percent of voters saying no to removing newsom from office. The democratic governor already sounded optimistic. Just a few hours before the polls closed last night. Democrats frankly taking This a little bit. You know lightly because they didn't believe it number one or thought it didn't pose a threat number two but i think You've seen in the early voting Democrats of Becoming out strong. And i'm humbled by that grateful for that. If the recall had succeeded conservative talk radio. Host larry elder was the top choice of newsome's opponents when answering the ballot question. If governor newsom is removed who should take his place elder held a thirty point lead over all other candidates as of midnight. Newsom took office in january of two thousand nineteen. He's slated to serve another sixteen months in office

Gavin Newsom Newsom California Governor Newsom Larry Elder Newsome
"governor newsom" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"The state of california mailed an absentee ballot not an application in actual ballot to every registered voter in the state to. I have that right. That's right yeah we've had them for maybe a month in our hands they folks can also early vote at some locations going in person today and This is you know. I think sort of the opposite of what we've seen in some southern states. I mean california has really opened up Voting and made it as easy as humanly possible And i think you know what what's going to be interesting to watch is if these numbers you know these trends hold we are expecting to see a surge of more conservative leaning voters today just because it seems like democrats were sending in their ballots early. Republicans might be going on to vote today but we usually see a lot of democrats also like procrastinating and turning their ballots late. You can as long as you're. You're ballots postmarked by today it. Has i think over ten days to get to county election offices so the the numbers that we have tonight or even tomorrow could change Significantly in and most experts i. I've talked to think could grow in newsome's favor the coming days and weeks actually so people prepare to watch the returns tonight. If they're watching that coverage. I guess we should say to what you just said that. Some states that became controversial on the presidential election night last year were so because they weren't allowed to start counting all the mail ins until they were all received after election day. The that fed the rigged election conspiracy theories because on election night and few places it looked like trump was winning based on the in person. Vote which was the only one counted and as you said. Republicans tend to vote more in person. Democrats more by mail but there were many democratic votes that got counted later and people try to spin it as someone changed the result. But i see that in california tonight as soon as the polls close. There's gonna be immediate release of so many mail in ballots. That had already come in right. Yeah the way it works here is like essentially registered election offices. Get those ballots and they can kind of line them up and get them ready to count. The can actually count them until the polls close but yeah we'll probably see a huge dump of numbers around nine pm Probably hourly for the next couple of hours and then again. Tomorrow i send something interesting. It's so funny to me. Brian watching this debate nationally over mail in voting and then it's become such a big issue for republicans because in california prior to trump really. That is who voted by mail was conservative voters especially in rural areas You even have a small county up north where it's all male in and it's a very conservative place in so we've actually seen this flip in recent years and i think it just does show the power of some of this you know sort of rhetoric from the former president and others To really undercut a system that many people had relied on for decades so accident. I guess that the controversial new georgia voting law makes it easier to vote in rural areas than it was and harder to vote in cities. But that's another show about another state for another day by the way we understood the polls close at nine o'clock pacific time right eight o'clock pacific time. Yeah eight o'clock pacific time. all right. Marisha law goes california politics and government. Desk reported for san francisco's public radio station k. Q. e. d. Thanks so much for the time and.

california newsome Brian new georgia san francisco
"governor newsom" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Right opened with But i think you know. I think in terms of the actual vote itself being challenged in court. i've seen no compelling evidence for them to make all we're hearing is just outrageous statements based on literally no data no facts so You know the fact that you have a two-thirds majority in the state legislature judicial system. Here that you know has never sort of bought any types of these claims I think we're going to see this. Continue to your point is on national media on fox news. The former president Larry elder probably using it to burnish his credentials if he's not successful today and relevant point out that courts in every state like eighty courts. Altogether in you know a lot of these purple states decided that there was no evidence to pursue the rigged election claim so california is not unique in that respect Happy to say. Just let me finish up with you on the polls because i see the polls were much closer a few weeks ago than they are today with as you were indicating newsom now opening around what i saw as a fourteen point lead on the basic question of whether he remains an office based on around six polls in the last week the average of those polls but how much do you trust the polls in these cases we know trump was supposed to lose in two thousand sixteen right and reno brexit was supposed to lose in the uk. Well i'll say two things one is. We obviously don't have an electoral college system here. So the popular vote is going to carry the day. So that's a big difference. It's also just way easier to pull in one state rate. We have these polls that are have gone back decades in some cases and to your point. They're all really matching up. So i think what we were seeing a month ago was just not a lot of engagement among democrats and that was super. Worrying to the governor's folks right because they are outnumbering. Republicans so heavily but if they're not voting it really doesn't matter what we've seen as a total turnaround in that democrats do seem engaged I was laughing in my neighborhood in san francisco. The other day. I literally somebody had like printed out signs on their home computer. No on the recall was posting them. Up so i think what we're seeing as a trend in that direction and it's not just polls at this point. Brian we are. I'm looking at this data. tracker thirty. Nine percent of ballots have already been returned. That's huge for a special election. I mean some special elections only get fifteen percent of the electorate engaging and so in of those. it's forty. Three percent of democrats have returned their ballots compared to about forty two percent of republicans but again there's twice as many democrats so something extraordinary would have to happen for these sort of trends in You know the the ballots coming back Certainly it's not to say. Every democrat is is not supporting newsom but there's not any indication that his basis turned against him and i just think These numbers it seems pretty likely that those polls are relatively accurate and the reason that such a large number of votes could have been kissed already. Is that the they did. Do i see one of the things that the trump folks claim makes an election most susceptible to fraud. Which is that..

reno brexit Larry elder newsom fox news legislature trump california uk san francisco Brian
"governor newsom" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"So having a higher signature threshold would be helpful. Especially after a lo- Low turnout election like the mid term was Plus as you mentioned the the signature period was extended because of the pandemic. Which you know. They weren't going to actually meet that Signature threshold without that. Judge of king Most of the most of the anger was about the pandemic but the original The original petition that they were having people signed was actually not at all related to the pandemic all of that kind of came out afterwards And they've been trying to recall governor newsome for such a long time just because of general iron hatred towards the democratic party from this small minority of people in california. Jeremy thank you very much Back on larryelder. Here's an example of larry elder and trump world. Their connection that he has had to answer for apparently elder his head. Trump's very anti immigrant adviser stephen on his talk show. Many times stephen miller who was the architect of trump's family separation policy among other things. Now there is even said that. Stephen miller should be president. Some day and stephen miller is a californian so nbc's jacobs sober off. asked elder. If stephen miller would be part of his administration if larry elder wins and becomes governor. Here's the beginning of that exchange. It starts with the reporter's question. What stephen miller had a role in larry elder gubernatorial administration. What does stephen miller have to do with this election. This election is about crime. Election is about homelessness. it's election is about the fact that people are leaving california for the very first time and one hundred seventy year history. It's about the way this man shut down the state ignoring side. It's about the fact that a third of all this are now gone forever. This election is not about stephen miller. This election is about. Crime is about the rise in homelessness. It's about the fact. That gavin newsom. Shut down the state while ignoring interrupting. But stephen miller is a part of this election. We'll stephen miller becoming part of your administration if you win. So there's larry elder with nbc's jacob sober off and marie said that's a very rich clip in several ways. It addresses the issue of immigration and anti immigrant. Larry elder's record. I mean stephen miller's record.

stephen miller larry elder governor newsome larry elder gubernatorial admi democratic party california Trump Jeremy trump nbc jacobs stephen gavin newsom larry jacob marie
"governor newsom" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Jason ella iran. Wnyc jason. Hello from new york. Good morning listening to you early. When i wake up but You know as a democratic voter in california. I can honestly say that. This is preposterous. And stupid and i can't help but notice the similarities between a vocal misinformed minority driving the agenda to create this this Political system mistake much in the same way that happens with the vat thing at the community right now and it's deeply deeply frustrating and i think you can't disentangle the to And personally the next thing that the governor needs to do or the government needs to do here is take away the recall opportunity. It's just a waste of time and what could be the boast progressive well meaning state in the nation has to be distracted by absolute nonsense. And it's deeply frustrating. Would you want it if the shoe was on the other foot but also like the isn't on the other foot here. It's a two thirds majority democrat state and just not going to happen if governor if the government can do its job properly and i that like gumming up the works is the only opportunity that republicans have to even get that chance. And that's disappointing. Jason thank you very much Maria what would you say to his comparison between the recall movement and the antitax movement. I mean i think it's it's sort of you. Can't it's undeniable that there are some overlaps in terms of the sort of base not everyone who supports us recall of course but we are seeing a lot of overlap. I mean a lot of the people who really were energized to Support this recall. It was in part because they like mass mandates because they don't like the vaccine mandates. Does i mean everybody in that. Group isn't antibac- baxter. No but i think that the misinformation is there. And we're already seeing larry elder. The top conservative candidate is stoking. These same lies about election integrity before folks have even had a chance to finish voting President former president trump is doing it. We've seen it on fox news. So certainly i think there is this overlap You know it's interesting brian. There's actually a pull out just yesterday showing that some sixty percent of california voters would support for reforms to the recall process. Now they did not want to get rid of it overwhelmingly but there is a sense that it is too easy and i think we could possibly see attempt at that next year depending on what happens. Let's talk about the leading republican alternative to newsom conservative talk show host larry elder president biden and actually went to california to campaign for newsom yesterday. And here's a clip of the president going after elder Let's hear how he put it. All of you know the last year i got to run against the real donald trump..

Jason ella Wnyc jason iran california new york larry elder Maria Jason baxter government fox news newsom larry elder president biden brian donald trump
"governor newsom" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Brian lehrer. This is my daily politics. Podcasts from wnyc studios. It's tuesday september fourteen. It's election day in california and by tonight the biggest state in the union could go from having a democratic governor to having a very conservative republican. One align with donald trump and stephen miller. Who's even setting up to claim. The election was rigged if he loses democratic of gavin newsom. They will survive this recall according to the polls. But it's possible that he won't so if you're not from california and wondering how can this be happening. We'll try to explain now for those of you from california. We invite you right now to call in and explain to the rest of america. What the heck is going on. Californians call in and with us now is maurice logos california politics and government desk reporter for san francisco's public radio station k. Qe e. marie say no. It's too early to be having a coherent conversation. West coast on so so. Thanks very much for coming on. Wnyc with us. I'm sorry we couldn't provide the coffee..

wnyc studios Brian lehrer california stephen miller donald trump gavin newsom maurice america san francisco marie West coast Wnyc
California Recall Election Down to Final Hours of Campaigning

CNN 5 Things

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

California Recall Election Down to Final Hours of Campaigning

"It's the final stretch of the california recall election and the data may governor gavin. Newsom breathe a little easier. Latest polls show his position strengthening over the last week with his lead more than tripling in the past month today. President joe biden is expected to join some for the final day of campaigning. Cnn's latasha chan has more on. How voting will work spell. It has just two questions. The first question asked voters whether they want to recall governor newsom if the majority of people say no that he stays in office if the majority says yes. Then the second question kicks in that question asked voters who should replace newsom if he is recalled enlists forty six candidates to choose from the person with the most votes on question two becomes

Governor Gavin President Joe Biden Latasha Chan Newsom Governor Newsom California CNN
USC Professor, Dan Schnur, on the Californian Recall Election

Skullduggery

01:09 min | 1 year ago

USC Professor, Dan Schnur, on the Californian Recall Election

"Now have with us. Dan sure a former republican strategist now teaches politics and communications at berkeley and usc dan welcome to skulduggery as thanks so much for having me appreciate it so you are a california guy hence are interested in reaching out to you with this california recall coming up. On september fourteenth. There was a lot of concern in democratic party. Ranks about this about a month or so ago. That seems to have abated. Although there's a lot of attention and a lot of campaigning going on what your sense of where this stands right now at this point Governor newsom looks like he's in a very very strong position to defeat the recall. Nothing is guaranteed is likely to be a low turnout. Election but based on the early voting patterns based on the polls in based on newsome's immense fundraising advantage. If he wore if the recall order pass. At this point it would be a major major

California USC Berkeley Governor Newsom DAN Democratic Party Newsome
"governor newsom" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Jock i who's been on the air for thirty years and you know suddenly decides he's gotta run and take on a governor who won election less than three years ago by by twenty some Points over his republican challenger. How is it even possible that he could be that. This larry elder could could be a real threat to the governor. And the reality is that the The way that the recall election is structured it's it's a an unusual structure. It's not like a normal election and it. It tends to favor you know a challenger so so what we're doing in this state. It's taken a lot of discipline. I think but no democrat. Who's well known has put their name on the ballot including myself It is truly an election between governor newsom and the republican recall and we are all out there every day phone banking text banking talking to voters saying hey Republican is trying to sneak in to the governor's office in the blue state in the country. Vote no vote. No against the recall. And we're feeling okay dayton but who can feel confident about pulling anymore john. We don't really know how reliable it is feel that the what's going on in washington in afghanistan may abnormally effect a democratic election. Well i think that social media and the way that they're they're these sort of swarms of information but also misinformation are having an impact on the electorate. I think that's true and again what We're trying to do here in california's make it clear that everything that people care about in terms of combating climate change helping our everyday california's keep their head above water during this Economic the economic challenges that people are faced with in terms of covert making. Sure that we keep our protocols in place around mask wearing and and getting vaccines distributed a woman's right to choose that we see what's happening in texas right now all of these things. There's no ambiguity ambiguity in california about how feel about it. that's why we need to keep our democratic governor in place and and fight this republican power graph californians. Don't want the things that the republican party stands for and yet because of this peculiar kind of election that the recall election is. There is a risk that a republican could win so we are mobilizing And going to give it our all in order to keep our democratic governor in place. Someone who by the way john and can tell you. I work closely with gavin newsom. He's a decent man his very very smart who works very hard and he works everyday in the interest of the people of our state. Anything else you wanna tell the people in the east coast You know. I think that it can't be stated enough how important it is to get. Americans vaccinated I think back. I just gosh less than a couple of months ago. You know. two months ago the middle of summer are positively rates in california. Were so low that it we could go out confidently knowing that the you know likelihood that you would encounter someone who carried cova Was very very low so you could breathe easy again and here. We are Across the country now are positively rates are lower than the national average. But they're about almost five percent again. If the people getting tested are testing positive we were down under one percent. I in the summer. So it's a it's really unfortunate that we're back where we are but what we know john is that it's vaccine hesitancy the and driven by republicans who are saying. You don't need the vaccine or there's something wrong with the vaccine. Those people are endangering all of us and if we could have variant that our children are not as resilient against this could endanger our children. So i i will say it. Every time i have an opportunity please people get vaccinated for.

governor newsom larry elder california Jock dayton john afghanistan gavin newsom washington republican party texas east coast
Can Gov. Gavin Newsom Keep His Job?

Tamarindo

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Can Gov. Gavin Newsom Keep His Job?

"What i've been thinking about is the california recall. So if you're not from california you can just plug your ears and not just for a little bit but california listeners. I wanna make sure that you are all ready to vote. No on the recall. That's happening on september fourteenth. You can look out for your melon ballads. Everyone should be getting those already again because of covert everyone is able to vote by mail. So you should be getting your balance right away. Course you can decide to go. Vote in person. But why would you do that. Just vote by mail. And i really really want to stress. How important this is because if we don't vote on this recall vote no on the recall. Really this is a republican undemocratic steel of the voice of the people. I don't know if you knew this shayla. But i found out that governor newsom of california he got the greatest share of votes in california history just shy of seventy percent so if we get him recalled your silencing the majority of california voters in one of the most popular elected governors of all history. And he's doing a good job in the la times just reported that in california. Were doing so much. Better than the republican led texas and republican led florida when it comes to delta. of course. we're not out of the woods. Everybody should definitely still be masking and taking care of themselves but we are doing so much better because our governor has been taking decisive actions to make sure that we are masked. Meanwhile over there in florida penalizing superintendents that want to have mask mandates right so we are in so much better shape but we gotta make sure that we keep the governor in

California Governor Newsom Shayla La Times Florida Texas
California Gov. Newsom Holding 4-Day 'Vote No' Rally to Fight Recall

Red Eye Radio

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

California Gov. Newsom Holding 4-Day 'Vote No' Rally to Fight Recall

"Country, and governor Newsom is holding a four day vote, No rally He's traveling up and down the state starting in San Francis. Go tomorrow, urging Californians not to kick him out of office. Polls show the race is tightening and the recall is a real possibility and will likely come down to

Governor Newsom San Francis
How Gavin Newsom Has Destroyed California

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

How Gavin Newsom Has Destroyed California

"Very glad that you brought up governor newsom because that is another excellent example of having media will overlook any of his bad behavior because newsome is useful to them. I love seeing these ads on tv. Last night i was watching an ad by elizabeth warren against the recall and she was looking into the camera and she's fainting such concern and she saying we have to stop this. Republican led recall. There's an assault on voting rights in this country. It is so gross. And you're absolutely right. Newsom has blood on his hands. He has let out so many violent criminals. he has bowed down to the woke. People who want to de-fund the police. The state of california has gone down the tubes. We lost a seat in the house of representatives because so many people are fleeing. There is a mass exodus. Our schools are horrible. There was just something that came out. That said seventy. Are you ready for this. Seventy five percent of black children in the state of california under the age of six fail. The state literacy exam. That is governor newsom and still we have someone like elizabeth warren coming on air and defending him and calling this. A republican led recall. No there's a lot of evidence that democrats in the state are actually on board with this too because their kids are in these schools. they're living in these communities. were violent. criminals are out and the police has been de funded and they are sick of it

Governor Newsom Elizabeth Warren Newsome Newsom California House Of Representatives
A Statewide Survey Doesn't Bode Well for California Governor Gavin Newsom

Red Eye Radio

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

A Statewide Survey Doesn't Bode Well for California Governor Gavin Newsom

"A statewide survey that just came out today doesn't bode well for Governor Newsom. More than half of all likely voters would vote to recall Governor Newsom next month, according to the poll, conducted by Survey USA for the San Diego Union Tribune, KGTV 10 News in San Diego and KBC TV right here in Los Angeles. 51% of the 1100 polled say they would vote to remove Newsome from office. 40% said they'd vote no on the

Governor Newsom Survey Usa San Diego Union Tribune Kgtv Kbc Tv San Diego Los Angeles Newsome
"governor newsom" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"For a family on the weekend. You get additional money and went to night school a couple of nights a week to get his. Ged larry man. In all of that time did he ever say intimate that. He was the victim. Never and that's my point. My dad saved nickels and dimes with these kinds of jobs and bought a house which is still in the family in an area of south central los angeles That we thought was uptown. I mean we were. The second family moves in an all white neighborhood and right now. That house is valued at six hundred thousand dollars. You couldn't buy house like that with an eighth grade. Drop on education if you work three jobs in. The point is the cost of living california's got so outrageous that you cannot possibly pursue my dad's path now. My dad and i had a rocky relationship. Because always yelling and screaming. And i thought he whipped this too hard too often and we started a little say. I had to work for the sob now. Ten years old. I worked for him for five. Years is yelling screaming at me in my opinion on necessarily this little diner. Don't think don't think of a restaurant a couple little diner where everybody can hear everything going on. It's announced fifteen years old. I got tired of the way spoke to me. And i said to myself next time he yells at me. I'm gonna walk out. I wish i could tell you. I said to myself the next time he yells at me. I'm gonna sit him down members say seat here from now on. You're going to have a different relationship. But i was afraid of my father so i walk out. My dad came home. He was furious. He pay me ten dollars a day. Plus tips you bought at the ten dollars lay on the bed. He walked out of my bedroom. And after asking me. Why did i leave and i said i got sick and tired of the way you spoke to be dead. We did not have a conversation step for the next ten years and when i say not conversation i mean not even. Do you think it's gonna rain. How about those dodgers. I mean nothing and he was easy to avoid because he worked long hours. I graduated from high school. I go to college. East coast go to law school in the mid west. I ended up working in the mid-west september for several years. And i would come home to visit my mom. I would just make sure my father was never around. We did not speak to each other for ten years. Now i've graduated from law school. I passed to california and ohio bars and working for a major law firm in cleveland right now and making the equivalent of probably about one hundred and seventy five thousand dollars and i'm twenty five twenty six years old and i should be living large but i can't sleep. I'm having nightmares. I'm thinking about my father. Not that every thought. We'd be friends. But i call my secretary and i said. Cancel all my appointments. I'm going to la. We thinking unfinished business or what would just thoughts. It was unfinished business. That maybe i should just tell him. He's an sob. Maybe he'll tell me. Grateful side and then the air will be cleared sufficiently. So i can sleep at night. I didn't think we'd ever be friends. So i come out to california. Without telling him. I walked into the restaurant. Went thirty a new. They close the two-thirty. My dad was shocked to see me. I had a big bag with me. He said put your bag in the back of only going. Be here for five ten minutes. I want to tell you something he said. Okay wait until we close the counter for an hour. And i said to myself out. Barry don't tee off on the sob. Don't tell them everything he's ever done. You just give the highlights and he'll probably call you an ungrateful site. Maybe you'll be able to sleep so the man set next to me. Not more than a florida to away and i promptly teed off on here. To- him everything he ever did to me this becky that he gave me one time my cousin lane with watching and laughing all the times he hit me all the time he hit me with a telephone cord. All the times. I thought he was successively angry and mean and i spoke for twenty minutes and if the twenty minutes out of ammo predicament and my father looked up and said is that hit. You didn't speak to me for ten years. Because of that. And for the first time i saw by far the cry now. My father is a big man. I didn't think he had the ability to cry. He cried lisa. Let me tell you about my father. You know your last name elder. I said yes. He's not your biological name biological father. Now keep in mind. I knew my dad was an only child because we never got any presents. And i knew he had no grant no father. We didn't get any christmas present outside of that. I didn't know a damn thing about my life. Because i didn't care i didn't like him. I didn't care and my dad for the next eight hours told me about his life. Elder was the name of the man who was in his mom's like the longest she was irresponsible. Didn't work could neither read. Nor write at a series of boyfriends crueler dumber than the one before elda was an alcoholic physically a beat his mom and my dad intervened every now and then he beat him. My dad was punished severely. The reason my dad used a belt. Sam because he thought that there was a progressive way of punishing kids. You smack with anything fist. Orrock any damn thing. Father thought he was being john tear when he was banning us and my dad told me about his life and as he told me about his life over the course of the next eight hours we set at these tools he got bigger and bigger and bigger and larry got smaller and smaller and smaller. Now i'm cry. And i said to my father. Please forgive me for judging you so harshly. And he said there's nothing to forgive. You just didn't note. Follow the lessons. I've always told you and your brothers hard work. Wint you get out of life what you put into it larry. You cannot control the outcome but you are one hundred percent control of the effort before you moan and grown about somebody else did. Do you go to the nearest mirror. Look at it. And say what could i have done to change the outcome and finally he said no matter how good you are a hard. You work sooner or later. Bad things are going to happen. How you respond to those bad things will tell your mother and me. If we raised a man. I wrote a book about this eight hour. Conversation called your father your son to live eight hours because after we had the conversation. Ivo back to cleveland and my father won't let her he'd never gonna be eleven and it said dear son he never called me side running back and i called him. Dear father and my father was a lifelong republican said. He believed democrats. Want to give you something for nothing and we try and get something for nothing. You almost always end up getting nothing for something. He disliked democrats. He never would allow us ourselves as victims always told us the door is wide open. Go through card. You can do whatever you want to do. In america. it is shore's to take and that the philosophy. I've always lived under and that's what i think is made my brothers and these cells successful. You've got to read.

Ged larry california dodgers los angeles elda East coast cleveland Orrock ohio becky Barry la Wint larry lisa florida Elder
"governor newsom" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Welcome difference to this special edition. It's called america first one on one until day. We are delighted to have with us. He is a colleague a mental and to millions across california and america. He is a dear dear friend. They call him the sage he is god. Willing the future governor of california larry elder welcome to american. I you know. If i had voice like yours i probably could have made a career in radio for having i appreciate it is all you do is cram six hours of radio into three hours. And you're the only guy. Ben shapiro tries but he can't do it. You can do it okay. I i think for my lack of resonance with with my voice be a trade off all right first things first. This is the anti fake news. This is salem. We we deliver the truth not spurious allegations conspiracy theories like the lying mainstream legacy media and i want to hear it from the horse's mouth i'm getting. I'm getting conflicting reports. Why larry did this crazy thing. One of them said you had enough. You've seen the homelessness every single day. That's what triggered you another. One of my soul says a very reliable so said no no. No no no it was. It was a rabbi prega. Who said who convinced the sage to actually take this brave brave step. So mr larry elder. Jd why are you doing this. Well it was a combination. I would say twenty percents a woman. You probably don't know name. Jimmy san who came out of nowhere. She's a political activist. Here in california had all sorts of papers documents. Researches kept me contacting me ignoring her she said just have just have dinner with me so i did and she laid out the formula for why she thought i could win a statewide election. If i at this recall election. I thought she was nuts. Then dennis prager came to me. Too twenty percent dennis prager. He asked me to run. And i said hell no twenty percent. A guy named pastor jackets who has the calvary church. In costa mesa. In orange county i twenty percent a man named lionel. Chet wins a longtime filmmaker and friend of mine and they were at eighty percent now and then the rest were barbers laundry. People of the guy that drives me every now and then the one that i just make up for me. I just ask them. You think run people are asking me to do. And i kept waiting waiting for somebody to say. Are you insane. You have a great life. You're making some decent money. Why do you want to subject yourself to this. Want to put your personal life to exposure. Why do you want people to twister by all around and treat you like everything. But a child of god and finally. I got to the point where i said to myself if not you who if not. Now when i'm a native californian i've been talking about these issues about crime about homelessness about the outrageous cost of living about the fact that for the first time in our state's history. Young people are leaving the state places by tennessee and florida and texas. The primary reason is cannot buy a house and then you add to that the arrogant way. This man shut down this date in the most way than any of the other fifty governors or having his own kids enjoying a in school private education while exempting himself from his own distance from the mandate and this famous french restaurant is become a metaphor four-fifths arrogance because naturally was he violating the mass mandates and the social distancing mandates there. He was with the mary professionals. Who drafted up and so people which just live it. That's why two point two californians signed petitions to have this man recalled about a quarter of those who signed the petition are democrats and independents. Who just two years earlier voted for him. Tell us the latest developments. I can find later to his administration. The idea of trying to Get you rejected on technicalities. Like the dumbest decision ever took them to court. You victorious last week. So tell us what they tried to do to you way. You're at an how many other candidates they are. There are on this recall ballots. Well the cliffnote version assists the outgoing democratic governor. Jerry brown vetoed a bill. That was passed by the left wing. Legislature here in california and by the way they're super majorities in the lower house the assembly and super majorities in the upper house. The senate and they pass this bill. Basically they were assigned to force. Donald trump turn over his taxes in order for him to qualify for the twenty twenty ballot. Here in california jerry brown. The outgoing democratic governor vetoed it. Because he said it was constitutional and in california. No bill ever dies. What they do is just lay low and then reintroduced it so incomes. The current governor gavin. Newsom that you're reintroduced the bill. He signs it is litigated. All the way up to the california supreme court left wing. Sevan's zipped rules is unconstitutional both. Us constitution and state constitution however they did rule it apply to gubernatorial races. Now when it does require turnover five years of your tax returns which i did on time they required to turn into sets so hundred and fifty pages another copy of one hundred and sixty pages for whatever reason and i acknowledge it was an error on our part. There were seven pages missing in the second set now the head to seven pages in the first set so the secretary of state could easily have corrected. This under statutory power. She has the power to do so rather than do that. She kept me off the ballot so we sued and we may to arguments a that. The law didn't apply to elections. And if the did i. Substantially complied left wing. Judge in registered democrat. Went to berkeley for crying. Out loud. ruled aimed at the law. Didn't apply to elder and the if it did he substantially complied so far. They tried their best and they and they missed and now. I'm on the ballot. There are there are something like forty some other. Republicans and other were on the ballot. Only about a half. A dozen are really serious and already in. La times poll came out uc. Berkeley poll came out And i have eighteen points. My next challenger has a ten points. caitlyn jenner has around three. And i'm not dissing by republican opponents because it's a two step real simple deal unless fifty.

california dennis prager Ben shapiro rabbi prega mr larry elder Jimmy san larry elder Us calvary church salem costa mesa jerry brown Chet lionel larry orange county Sevan
California Governor Newsom Signs Legislation Supporting Child Care Providers

Tim Conway Jr.

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

California Governor Newsom Signs Legislation Supporting Child Care Providers

"Child care workers in California have rate have a raise. Coming their way Governor Newsom has signed a bill that expands access to childcare and raises the wages of childcare workers contracted through the state. This is about economic development. This is about fundamental infrastructure, Human capital That's as important as roads and bridges and broadband and all the other things. The measure also opens up another 200,000 slots for subsidized childcare. A new union called Childcare Providers, United lobbied for the increase in pay.

Governor Newsom California Childcare Providers United Lobbied
Radio Host Larry Elder Enters California Recall Election

Tim Conway Jr.

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Radio Host Larry Elder Enters California Recall Election

"It. Conservative radio host Larry Elder's entered the recall election race against Governor Newsom. Elder says the state's homelessness crisis and increasing crime and pandemic restrictions encouraged him to run. This would be elders first political

Governor Newsom Larry Elder Elder
California Governor Asks Residents to Cut Water Use

The KFBK Morning News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

California Governor Asks Residents to Cut Water Use

"And governor Newsom is asking Californians to cut their water use by 15%. He says daily. Showers should be five minutes. Laundry appliances and dishwashers should operate just a few days a week. An outdoor watering should be cut to one day a week. The water cuts are

Governor Newsom
"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Trending now governor Newsom and his noontime address today said that the numbers for meeting the criteria for opening up counties are revised and we'll have some news for you on Sacramento county also the governor offering some encouraging news for sports fans and the coronavirus how it's impacting mental health in children right now traffic weather together we'll start with KFBK Stina has this is a garbage report tell you outside yeah it's actually a bag of garbage not garbage bag a bag of garbage in the number four five lanes westbound eighty that scales just east of there until C. H. P. is on their way to do some garbage pick up traffic on the tens every ten minutes morning today afternoon state it has news ninety three point one K. three K. tonight partial clouds low forty nine cool with clouds and sun watch for a shower in the afternoon for Tuesday high seventy three tomorrow night low fifty one mostly sunny on Wednesday hi seventy eight I'm accu weather's eighty rob news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. all right sixty six in Carmichael and El Dorado hills sixty three golf has sixty four degrees six oh one now I'd K. F. B. K. well we'll get to the latest in re opening the counties here momentarily but first let's revisit the latest code nineteen numbers for you KP case Brody Fernandez breaks it down the latest covert nineteen numbers for the nation show those infected have increased in the past twenty four hours only by zero point nine percent totaling near one point five million California's positive coronavirus cases rose by two percent that number standing near eighty thousand deaths in the state are up slightly over one percent standing at over three thousand the number of positive cases here in Sacramento county rose by one point two percent with only fifteen new positive cases overnight the county also reported zero additional deaths in the past twenty four hours and the death toll currently rests at fifty five Brody Fernandez news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. well the governor did announce some revised criteria today and so now it looks like Sacramento and yolo counties could very well open soon Sacramento county now meets all the qualifications necessary to move into stage two of the state's re opening plan the second County Board of supervisors will vote tomorrow on certifying that paper work that will go to the states for approval and of course as soon as we get that news we will announce it for you what we can tell you right now about the county's open we've got twenty four out of fifty eight counties re opening in California and Trinity county being the latest addition to the approved list so among the twenty four counties approved for advanced phase two re opening in our area Amador Butte Calaveras Colusa Eldorado Nevada plaster Yuba and Sutter but again it looks like Sacramento and yolo counties could be re opening soon for more business in phase two so we will certainly keep you posted.

governor Newsom
"governor newsom" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Twenty two governor Newsom says the process of re opening the economy is far more difficult than shutting it down the question is how do you toggle back and make meaningful modifications to the stay at home order and that's where we're now in this point of friction and a lot of frustration governor Newsom is pushing for federal aid to help with the budget shortfall we're not looking for charity we're not looking for handouts at a time when states not just California cities and counties large and small are facing on Presidente budgetary stress Newsome says California is looking at a deficit of more than fifty four billion dollars that's directly related to the corona virus pandemic he says the state had a high budget reserves before the crisis some also says California was paying down its pension obligation before the pandemic hits the university of southern California undergraduate students will be paying nearly sixty thousand dollars in annual tuition this fall that's up three and a half percent from the current school year some student groups are objecting to the tuition hike given that most classes will continue to be taught online through the corona virus pandemic rather than in person in twenty eleven USC undergrads paid forty two grand a year ansible casino resort in Sanya central plans to re open its casino and some of its amenities on may twenty seventh suburban temporarily closed two months ago due to concerns over the corona virus the resort's website says the complex's gaming for two of its bars and three of its restaurants will be back in business however the hotel will remain closed above officials say guests and employees will be required to wear masks for a map of all the current cases in so cal check out our website at KFI AM six forty.

Newsome California governor Newsom university of southern Califor ansible KFI
"governor newsom" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Maryland Haidar governor Newsom is proposing to cut six point one billion dollars from a variety of programs as part of next year's budget this is challenging this will be trying and this certainly it will be a multi year opportunity and effort he says the budget prioritizes public education public health and public safety he estimates unemployment will climb to nearly twenty five percent and tax revenues will drop by about a quarter he plans to tap the state's sixteen billion dollar rainy day fund over three years after a record budget surplus that allowed programs to grow Newsome says it breaks his heart to have to make cuts the world health organization's emergency chief says covert nineteen may never go away and we may be treating the disease in the future much like we treat HIV now but Dr Mike Ryan is still optimistic about developing a way to prevent it we do have one great hope if we do find a highly effective vaccine that we can distribute to to everyone who needs it in the world we what we may have a shot as eliminating this the survivors the WHO's the social distancing is still the best way to prevent the spread of the disease for now the president in Pennsylvania today at a manufacturing plant that has been extremely busy during the pandemic president trump in a suburb of Allentown Pennsylvania paying tribute to workers at a distribution center for personal protection equipment which is supplied health care workers around the country with much needed PPP worry of devoted an amazing one point seven five million and I need respirators from three point four million yeah eighty.

Haidar governor Newsom Newsome Dr Mike Ryan president Pennsylvania Maryland
"governor newsom" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Safety services without federal support says governor Newsom states will be forced to make impossible decisions they have been mismanaged these are blue states they've been mismanaged they have been run by a bunch of incompetence they can't print money they're out of it and they're looking at this arrival of the virus as an opportunity it's no wonder they want to crash they figure that's the only way that they're going to ever be able to find any hope of being made whole coming up with money to fund their pension obligations and all that is gigantic federal bailouts and if you send people back to work if governor Newsom opens the state lets people re open businesses well that starts the California economy we can't have that we can have one of the state's economy start up and get percolating because that would create revenue would create something more than idle financial loss they need idle for that they need financial destruction I think these are these blue state governors are doing this largely on purpose they are destroying the economy of their states in the belief or the hope that they're gonna get federal money to bail him out and now he's called for one trillion dollars for California Oregon Washington Nevada and Colorado I don't know if he means a trillion each truck in total five times this week yes I do here is Susan San Antonio Texas it's great to have you hello hello hello fresh I am a retired infectious disease specialist and I just wanted to point out that the same career bureaucrat I've been watching this unfold without T. the same career bureaucrats that have told us over the decades it he is brilliant and you know perfect and all this are the same ones that gave us the information and the on Muller that he was a man of high integrity and character and it just couldn't be there no question I'm I'm watching all this unfold and he he is a public health officials in these bloated bureaucracies for our public health had been completely blind sided and I want to point out that Taiwan and Singapore were not blind sided they saw this coming and I slammed into place the protocols that everyone had developed during the sars epidemic immediately because they don't trust the communist Chinese and knew better than to when I heard that there was you know an epidemic occurring in Wuhan bay news tests shut down their flights and from there and to put into place immediately their protocols bag because we all learn from the experience in Toronto during the sars epidemic and put protocols and a place for exactly this sort of thing it it could be implemented yeah they weren't and I'll tell you what there are a lot of people in these positions that should not be in them because of pre demonstrated incompetence in dealing with things like sars or aids or or what have anyway I appreciate the call Susan and sadly I'm not a busy broadcast moments for this destruction.

governor Newsom
"governor newsom" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Federal support says governor Newsom states will be forced to make impossible decisions they have been mismanaged these are blue states they've been mismanaged it may have been run by a bunch of incompetence they can't print money they're out of it and they're looking at this arrival of the virus as an opportunity it's no wonder they want to crash they figure that's the only way that they're going to ever be able to find any hope of being made whole coming up with money to fund their pension obligations and all that is gigantic federal bailouts and if you send people back to work if governor Newsom opens the state lets people re open businesses well that starts the California economy we can't have that we can have one of the state's economy start up and get percolating because that would create revenue would create something more than idle financial loss they need idle for that they need financial destruction I think these are these blue state governors are doing this largely on purpose they are destroying the economy of their states in the belief or the hope that they're going to get federal money to bail him out and now he's called for one trillion dollars for California Oregon Washington Nevada and Colorado I don't know if he means a trillion each trillion total prime time this week yes I do here is Susan San Antonio Texas it's great to have you hello hello hello I am a retired infectious disease specialist and I just wanted to point out that the same career bureaucrat I've been watching this unfold without T. the same career bureaucrats that have told us over the decades it he is brilliant and you know perfect and all this are the same ones that gave us the information and the on Mahler that he was a man of high integrity and character and it just couldn't be there no question I'm I'm watching all this unfold and these public health officials in these bloated bureaucracies for our public health had been completely blind sided and I want to point out that Taiwan and Singapore were not blind sided they saw this coming and I slammed into place the protocols that everyone had developed during the sars epidemic immediately because they don't trust the concierge Chinese and knew better than to when I heard that there was you know an epidemic occurring in Wuhan day nudists shut down there flights and from there and to put into place immediately their protocols bag because we all learn from the experience in Toronto during the sars epidemic and put protocols and a place for exactly this sort of thing that could be implemented you know they weren't and I'll tell you what there are a lot of people in these positions that should not be in them because of pre demonstrated incompetence in dealing with things like sars or aids or one have anyway I appreciate the call Susan sadly I'm not a busy broadcast moments for this destruction guaranteed.

governor Newsom
"governor newsom" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A governor Newsom has ordered beaches in Orange County closed because too many people crowded the coast last weekend same reason we are not re opening arenas with tens of thousands of people we don't want to have beaches with tens of thousands of people mixing for the same reason that don't keep people healthy Newsome says the vast majority of people who went to the beach recently did the right stuff such as social distancing but the governor called out crowds and seizing the pictures of crowds were as he put it disturbing OC officials say it's not right to close only beaches in Orange County because of a few media photos supervisor Michelle steel says media pictures of crowded beaches don't look the same as picture from first responders taken at the same time showing beach goers responsibly practicing social distancing I will be looking into the right response to the governors over reaction and abuse of power Sir don Barnes says he hasn't seen the order yet but the last thing I have any intention of doing is enforcing somebody going out in the public space let's see Frank Kim says that the state closes the beaches the county will abide by the order in Orange County court in Carson Calif I news Huntington beach has voted to file for an emergency injunction to stop the state from closing beaches at the city says the governor's order is unconstitutional Dana point is also suing the state over the beach closures for a map of all current virus cases in southern California you can check out our website at KFI am six forty dot com keyword virus we're gonna look at some road work on the ten and west Covina Caltrans crews working on the eastbound side of the tent the west Covina from grand over the fifty seven freeway of the three right lanes off limits to say that's going to wrap up by six AM the connectors of the fifty seven north and south were also shut down Glen Helen top and fifteen past Glen Helen parkway clean up after an earlier accident two of the two left lanes blocked off little sluggish coming off of two fifteen a new problem popped up in Ontario fifteen south just past the sixty solar car spin out with the vehicle against the center divider KFI in this guy helps get you there faster all wrong induction mostly sunny tomorrow with highs in the sixties along the coast in eighties and land the weekend looks like more the same way so these guys.

Ontario Glen Helen west Covina Carson Calif Sir don Barnes supervisor OC Newsome Newsom Glen Helen parkway KFI California Huntington beach Frank Kim Michelle steel Orange County
"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Say they want governor Newsom to lift the lockdown order by next month and they're not alone restaurant owners elsewhere say they're running out of time ABC's Alex stone from Yuba city about an hour's drive north of Sacramento you'll find the dancing tomato restaurant in Yuba city owner Charlene cancers tried surviving with to go orders only and by selling groceries but she says it's not going well we furloughed are fifty one employees on March nineteenth we held their hand through the process of unemployment now counts another restaurant owners in rural areas of California where there are a few cold at nineteen cases are pleading with governor Gavin Newsom to allow them to re open their dining rooms Alex down ABC news officials in Newport beach I voted to keep their beaches open despite criticism by governor Newsom over weekend crowds that threaten efforts to slow the virus he said the city council voted to reject a motion to close the beaches for the next three weekends eighty thousand people hit the shores in Orange County last weekend and lifeguards say that most of the people appeared to be obeying social distancing rule a Sacramento area gym owner is not letting county health order stop him from re opening K. F. B. K.'s nikah makan his report in the system owner Sean canal claims it's part of his constitutional rights he plans to re open his gym at midnight on Friday when the current Sacramento and yolo county health orders are set to expire however county health officials say new extended orders are expected to push past may first canal could face thousands of dollars in fines and could be forced to shut down you give a guy a snooze ninety three point one KFBK it's a stressful time for independent contractors being shut down by the government unable to work and they also have no access to help them for unemployment insurance keeping his Amanda Carroll reports the pandemic unemployment insurance launched yesterday and a website crashed Kevin Delorey owns click to don and here salon in Rockland he was denied for the paycheck protection plan that he tried to log on yesterday morning to get help for independent contractors he tried to file a claim and says it went nowhere he got an error code and could not finish applying is not the only one Gloria says he watches the governor's press conferences daily it appears he's getting his hair cut where are you getting this time at all shops are closed at some point I must say you know what I'm going to work anyway you know because if it's that or draining my bank account then I'm gonna go with that one I have five kids I'm not just gonna lay here and watch Netflix I need to be back at work Polari explains as a licensed professional he is trained on sanitation feels going to get your hair cut is safer than going to the grocery store right now Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. let's get you caught up now in this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. F. B. resident Mike taking criticism this morning for flouting CDC guidelines and refusing to wear a mask during his visit Tuesday to the Mayo Clinic ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega tells us pence is not the only member of the administration to refuse to mask up tweeted that it had informed the vice president about that policy prior to his visit a tweet we should tell you that was later removed pence told reporters that he is frequently tested but he does not have the virus he says he wanted to be able to look researchers in the eye and say thank you but it's worth noting that his office will not tell us when he was last tested ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega president trump signed an order that will keep meat packing facilities open as a potential shortage looms at least twenty one plants across the country have closed after thousands of workers got sick from corona virus in New York City hundreds of people ignoring social distancing guidelines during a rabbi's funeral last night mayor calling it unacceptable Dave Packer ABC news one other county says were ready to re open they've sent a letter to the governor saying they want to reopen next week it's news from your neighborhood in three minutes traffic.

governor Newsom
"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In nineteen antibody testing like an urgent care RT tested about seventy patients and going in depth here governor Newsom is not ready to lift the lockdown but is taking a first step on easing restrictions keep case John Michaels live in studio with more on the governor's decision to modify the state stayed home water Kitty governor Newsom is allowing the resumption of essential medical care if it's been on hold since he issued stay at home orders more than a month ago we are in a position to begin to pull back and lean in by beginning to schedule surgeries once again throughout not only our hospital system but our broader health care delivery system the governor saying the new directive applies to already scheduled essential operations those the surgeries that someone that has a heart valve related issues it's not an emergency but if left neglected for months and months could become an emergency can finally get that scheduled surgery people refer to as often as elective surgeries but these are the scheduled surgeries that we think are foundational to peoplesoft tumors pre cancerous issues before they become cancerous issues related to chronic disease diabetes and alike governor Newsom says Wally knows Californians want to know when the stay at home orders will be lifted there's no specific date on the horizon if there's a date that works to nine the facts on the ground were denied the reality of the spread of the virus which is dynamic we need to be adaptive and our decision making we don't want to debate a date we want to focus on science and health as a predicate for all our decision making and recognizing we need to understand prevalence and we understand spread to that end doctor mark galli says eighty six new testing sites are being added in rural and urban areas across the state not in the common areas not in the places where we already have a significant degree of testing but in what we're calling testing desert's places that because they're a bit more remote don't have as many testing sites that have come together at the local level and then also from a very strong equity lines that we put these in communities that have shouldered the burden of covered nineteen ended disproportionately highway those are brown and black communities those are lower income communities where people are still going to essential work and maybe don't have as much of the PP that we wish they had a doctor galley says the state is also working on a system to provide testing to those who've been in contact with people who test positive for the novel coronavirus for each of those persons that we are contact tracing we want to be able to contact them first sector symptoms offer testing and recommended quarantine to start an isolation as necessary if they indeed test positive governor Newsom says the new sites will help improve testing rates he's hoping to see the current rate of sixteen thousand tests a day increased to twenty five thousand a day by the end of the month that Kitty on its way to an ultimate goal of sixty to eighty thousand tests today okay Cape gaze Joe Michaels there thank you let's get some traffic and weather together now I'll start fifty K. traffic center here's the math and brought you by PGA the westbound fifty Stockton Boulevard operatic and responded that accident with a motorcyclist and that other vehicle maybe four vehicles C. H. P. is that seat is a non injury and things are a little tied up in the area there right now otherwise you'll be limited however do we have two car crash unknown injury accident working there you're free ways speeds are pretty darn good actually if you're on the eastbound cap city going downtown the split you look at it eight minutes from fifty to eighty problem basically eighty all the way to Roseville it's gonna be another nine minutes for you there so.

governor Newsom
"governor newsom" Discussed on HR in Hospitality

HR in Hospitality

11:09 min | 3 years ago

"governor newsom" Discussed on HR in Hospitality

"What is California Governor Newsom thinking now. Here's the deal folks when I originally put this podcast podcast together in this program. I didn't realize the governor would actually start signing bills into legislation the week that I was recording it so as as of the time of this recording on Saturday September twenty first some of these bills may have already been signed into law so keep that in mind and stay posted as we go throughout the next coming weeks and what the governor's going to deal with that in California the legislature introduced two thousand five hundred and seventy six legislative employment bills and this last year in two thousand nineteen so currently those bills several of those bills are sitting on the governor's desk waiting for signature and has reveal and he has until October thirteenth so just a little under four weeks here to either sign or veto those bills so as we go throughout the coming weeks ran and keep our eyes on that now sweeping legislation folks has gone approve this past week and that's known as a b five assembly bill five known as Dynamex we call this the ABC test in human resources and has to relate to contractor status and the appropriate classifications in which we classify employees you know whether we classify them as a salary hourly or contractor contractor this bill which has been signed into law effective. January first of two thousand twenty is going to impact several industries particularly the GIG economy. The GIG economy your ubers and lifts of the world so here's what five tells us. Ab Five basically Lee says that you have to pass a three prong test where a worker is either going to be considered an employee so a W. Two employee early or a contractor a ten ninety nine contractor so the ABC tests you have to pass all three tests so for example test a the worker is free from the control and direction of the hirer in connection with the performance of the work both under the contract for the performance of such work so they have to be completely free from control and direction in other words. The employer cannot control them at any time time or direct them example. You cannot tell them that they have to go on a meal break or they have to report to the company at a certain time. They have to use your equipment. There are lots of areas there which most if not majority of contractors would fail so that's the first one the first test the second test is be the worker performs work that is outside the usual course course of the hiring entities business so whatever the contractor is providing you it is outside the usual course of. Your Business and I think this is where the GIG economy is going to struggle to prove this part of the test such as Uber and Lyft. That's going to be a challenge and then see the worker is is customarily engaged in an independently established trade occupation or business of the same nature as the work performed for the hiring entity not so it's critical here that to pass this test and this is where again. I believe a majority of contractors are going to fail that this worker it is in their own trade so for example you can take myself as a human resources consultant who would not go and work for a hotel full time as their HR director and have to report their forty hours a week between the hours of eight and five and customarily engaged in the hotel business as an HR professional that would not work. I would have to be a w two or an employee so with that. There are exemptions to this fall under the Baruelo test. There's not enough time to describe or discuss what the Barilla's tests is is in this podcast but in some basically says that you know that the employees essentially or the contractor must work directly directly for the business and not for the customer so that is the big test there that if you WanNa hire me as a contractor I must work work directly with you the business not on behalf of the customer so again this is where Uber works on behalf of the customer and that is is where they might run into issues personally. I do not envy the in house counsel for Uber or left who is going going to obviously challenge. Ab Five in the coming months so there are several other exemptions that fall into the brill tests but again keep that in mind as as as we follow this legislation. How does this impact you the the hotel your the restaurant tour or hospitality industry. I don't predict it's going to impact you that much unless you contract out specific tasks such as maybe your marketing department or maybe you have someone who is managing your website. How do you pay them. Are you paying them. As a contractor is a ten ninety nine and are you able to pass the three pronged. ABC ABC test that is one area same with sales sales managers some smaller properties may contract out that service so again are they working directly with your customer because if they are you've already failed to ABC test and you must pay them as an employee so we'll keep that open here is January rolls around and this gets put into effect with the legislature here in California will keep our eyes and of course as we often see in California the state usually sets precedence for the rest of the country so don't be surprised if the federal government and Congress start looking at a b five as a foundation to future legislation all right so enough of the ABC test. Let's look at Ab one seventy. This has not as of today been signed by the governor. Ab One seventy says that this will make the employer automatically jointly liable all for the acts of a contract supervisor regarding harassment whether sexual harassment or other types of harassment such as bullying another words. This is joint liability. The employer and the offender could be jointly liable in that lawsuit showed lawsuit be triggered again this applies to all harassment not just sexual harassment and it doesn't matter if you the employer have direction control control or knowledge of the harassment you will still be liable or potentially jointly liable the idea here. Is that your contractors because you're contractors. Should they including vendors you know maybe it's your Pepsi Pepsi Vendor or a food wholesaler. WHO's coming in to deliver food to your restaurant if this individual harasses anyone whether it's one of your guests or employees they end you will be liable so keep your eyes on that most importantly make sure you're doing your the harassment training which we'll talk about here in embedded in a minute another bill that is hot on the governor's desk is s b one four two and Dan this has to deal with lactation in the workplace and this is based on the San Francisco Ordinance on that is directly adopted from the city of San San Francisco and has now been adopted statewide which is no surprise after all the California governor is the former mayor of San Francisco so with that the SBA one forty-two lactation in the workplace expands the law quite greatly compared to the current law that we have in place for lactation so what this tells us as that lactation lactation room must have several things first the lactation room has to be clean and free of toxic materials and chemicals calls to it must contain a surface to place a breast pump three there must be a place to sit and four. They must have access to electricity within this lactation room. All four of those must now be present. Should this be signed by the governor to there must be a a sink with running water and a refrigerator must be in close proximity with an that lactation room third heard a denial of lactation breaks is subject to Labor Code Two to six point seven which a lot of us know that has to deal with meal meal and rest period so if you do not if you deny if you deny lactation breaks to your employees this falls into the meal and rest penalty which is of course a one hour of straight time wages for denial additionally the employer must develop an implement a lactation accommodation policy so this is where I'm encouraging you the hospitality professional and your Human Resources and council and soul to develop a policy ahead of schedule before January to ensure that you have a lactation policy that outlines all of this and and it doesn't it does not matter the size of employer this applies to every employer threw out the state's regardless of size so that I bill SB one forty two very likely to become signed by the governor I predict this only because it's the right thing to do but also our governor being from San Francisco and have adopted this legislation straight out of San Francisco makes perfect sense in why he might sign it okay so here are a few other bills that I'd like to talk about that. The governor may or may not sign meaning based off of the legislature and what they did may you or may not happen but likely of course California being as liberal as the state is and very employee. Not Friendly are likely to possibly get signed. The first one is a b nine this extends the statue of Limitations for filing claims with the h the.

harassment California legislature Governor Newsom ABC San Francisco Barilla San San Francisco Lee brill HR director Pepsi consultant supervisor federal government Congress SBA Dan