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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"A lower court dismissed a challenge, as did an appeals court. Maryland's Bannon Bump stocks, which went into effect in 2018 predated a nationwide ban on the sale and possession of the same device is put in place by the Trump administration that went into effect in 2019. Both fans came after a mass shooting in Las Vegas, where the gunman attached bump stocks to his weapons, killing 58 people at a concert boxes. Jared Halpern In Washington. President Biden is in Virginia today discussing his American jobs plans and American family plan. Together they represent roughly $4 trillion in federal spending. Republicans object to the cost of the programs and plans to increase corporate tax rates to pay for some of the spending. They've counter with much smaller proposals that don't include taxing wealthier Americans. Authorities have identified the gunman who killed two people and injured another out of Wisconsin casino restaurant before he was shot by police over the weekend as a former employee at that facility around county Sheriff Tom Delaine, says the gunman 62 year old Bruce hopeful former employee of the Duck Creek Kitchen and Bar who is terminated. Earlier this year, who entered the restaurant Saturday connected to a hotel in Oneida casino, killing two Duck Creek employees and injuring another. Hundreds of people were inside the complex at the time, the investigation into the shooting. He's ongoing. Fox's Jeff Man, also the U. S. Set another record for air travelers since the pandemic, said in the T s A reporting nearly 1.67 million people were screened at US airport checkpoint yesterday. That was the highest number screen since March 12th of last year when air travel begin. And the plummets. America is listening to Fox News sort of music. Four TIMES stock Peterson, with governor walls likely to announce further loosening of covert restrictions.

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"governor walls" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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01:45 min | 2 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Claiming TV coverage on programs that are not news could taint the jury. Those comments made over the weekend by California Congresswoman Maxine Waters, who traveled to nearby Brooklyn Center and they want the defense said We're statements threatening violence in relation to the case could impact the result. Judge Peter Cahill refused but did admit waters may have given you Something an appeal that may result in this whole trail being overturned. The jury has done deliberating for the day is Minnesota has extra security, Minnesota governor Tim Walz says. There is no verdict, so there is no need for a curfew just yet. What we do is and I think we assess multiple times a day. But he was joined by the mayors of the twin cities, saying What cannot happen is the destruction of businesses and lively hoods. Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter said the deaths of George Floyd and Dante right spark outrage, He says one change will in that weaken best stop protests over police killings of unarmed black men. By stopping police killings of unarmed black men. Governor Walls says Minnesota will be shaped by how it responds to the verdict. Whatever it will be Gurnal Scott Fox News work coming in just moments ago that former vice President Walter Mondale has died, according to a family spokesman. Mondale, sir, with President Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981. He was 93. Former president Trump conducting his first on camera interview since leaving the White House, talking to Fox's Hannity about the surgeon migrants coming across the border coming in by the tens of thousands. They're walking in. They we had all he had to do is leave it alone. The full interview airs this hour on Fox News Over the weekend, President Biden called the migrant surge of crisis. America.

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTOK

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01:41 min | 2 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTOK

"Those comments made over the weekend by California Congresswoman Maxine Waters, who traveled to nearby Brooklyn Center. And they were the defense said We're statements threatening violence in relation to the case could impact the result. Judge Peter Cahill refused but did admit swollen waters may have given you Something on appeal that may result in this whole trail being overturned. The jury has done deliberating for the day is Minnesota has extra security soda governor Tim Walz says. There is no verdict, so there is no need for a curfew just yet. What we do is and I think we assess multiple times a day. But he was joined by the mayors of the twin cities, saying What cannot happen is the destruction of businesses and lively hoods. Same poem there. Melvin Carter said the deaths of George Floyd and Dante right spark outrage. He says one change will in that weaken best stop protests over police killings of unarmed black men. By stopping police killings of unarmed black men. Governor Walls says Minnesota will be shaped by how it responds to the verdict. Whatever it will be Gurnal Scott Fox News work coming in just moments ago that former vice President Walter Mondale has died, according to a family spokesman. Mondale, sir, with President Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981. He was 93. Former President Trump conducting his first on camera interviews, is leaving the White House talking to Fox's Hannity about the surgeon. Migrants coming across the border. Look coming in by the tens of thousands. They're walking in. They we had all he had to do is leave it alone. Phil Interview airs this hour on Fox News Over the weekend, President Biden called the migrant surge of crisis. America is listening to Fox News..

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:17 min | 2 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Today show. His attorney, Eric Nelson, tried to make the case that Lloyd's drug use led to his dad's The preposterous notion that this did not come into play here. Special prosecutor Gerry Blackwell said To him, the case is clear and believe your eyes, ladies and gentlemen. Itwas what you thought Itwas is. What's what you saw. It was homicide. Children faces charges of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and second degree manslaughter in Floyd's death. He's the first of four former officers to be tried extra security measures in place in and around Minneapolis. As the community awaits the verdict. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz says he understands the frustration in the community, but it should not be destroyed The goal, he says, try and make sure that we strike that proper balance. Making sure that the peace and stability is upheld. That equally is important is that rage that will be on the street regardless of what happens is channeled into a positive way and that positive way means change, says nearly 1000 businesses were destroyed in riots last year, many of which were owned by people of color. The very people he says were traumatized by Floyd's death. The Coast Guard says the search for crew members who disappeared when the lift boat capsized off Louisiana last week in bad weather will be suspended. It says it does not expect to find any more survivors. Six of the 19 workers on board were rescued within hours of the wreck Last Tuesday, five more bodies were found in the water. New York's attorney general is investigating whether Governor Andrew Cuomo broke the law by having members of his staff help right and promote his pandemic Leadership book. America is listening to Fox News. Your next Fox News update in 30 minutes. No, your top local stories are on twin cities. News talk dot com The jury now controls the fate of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin. Closing arguments in the three week trial ended today, and jurors are sequestered at a hotel until they come to a verdict show. Vin is accused of killing George Floyd last year. He faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted. Governor Walls declares a state of emergency in the twin Cities Metro and is bringing in police backup from Ohio and Nebraska. As that verdict.

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"News network time stop Peterson Governor Tim Walz announcing today that more than 35,000 Minnesotans ages 65 plus will have access to covert 19 vaccines. At over 100 clinics, hospitals, state community vaccination sites and other locations across the state. This week comes in the wake of a successful too weak pilot to test the concept of community vaccination clinics, and I would just tell people it's about protecting you. But it's also this return to normalcy that we're racing against. The Minnesota Court of Appeals has affirmed former Minneapolis police officer Mohammed Nora's third degree murder conviction in the July 2017 shooting death of 40 year old Justine Rust Chick Damond There were questions at North trial about whether the third degree murder statute fit the crime. Theophilus Court ruled it does. Damon had called 911 to report a possible sexual assault when she came upon North squad car in the alley behind her home, nor testified that in that moment he feared an ambush at the driver's side window he fired across his partner, killing Daymond governor Walls is proposed increase on Minnesota cigarette tax by $1 per pack, and raising the price of Vaping products is a step in the right direction. So, says Laura Smith with Minnesotans for a smoke free generation, but in the current legislative session, really hoping that Mommy look at not only the price of tobacco products but also slavers and funding. Make sure that we can continue to have a strong health of our all of our citizens in Minnesota. This is Eminem. Are you thinking about selling your home but get overwhelmed by the practically endless to do list just to get it ready. All the repairs, Theo updates, cleaning and decluttering well, what if you could sell your home without the showings sound too good to be true. It's not It's Homestead Road. At Homestead Road will buy your house, as is in any condition. Whether it's 10 years old or 100 years old process is straightforward, and there's never any pressure. One of our home sales advisors will meet with you at your home and within 24 hours, you'll.

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:28 min | 5 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I hope that we're yet on the other side of this and it is a more democratized market and it is more accessible and empowers more individuals to do what we've seen happen over the course of this week, collectively work together to benefit a ton of people and people make money and everybody's happy about it. But, you know, I'm genuinely concerned that we'll see some Some really bad legislation come out to make sure something like this never happens again. I think it's gonna be tough for him, Andrew. I share your concern. But I think it's gonna be tough for him because this is indicative of something much bigger than the marketplace which you're touching on much bigger than politics. This has everything to do with the freedom this country provides, and you've got a bunch of people who have seen the the elite. Take advantage of the system, and they're now starting to push back. Why? Because there's these online chat rooms where they can get together and share their feelings and share their notes and you've got an overly powerful government. I have to tell you. I love them the front page of the Star Tribune yesterday online with the guy showing our governor the hands speak to the hand Man and the caption underneath. It's saying somebody that is unhappy with the governor Walls and Jan Malcolm's policies. Wow! Somebody who's unhappy There's a lot of people in this country right now that are not happy with the way government is shutting them down and forcing them to change their lives and taking whether freedoms this is a much bigger thing in my mind. Gentlemen, that just what happened in the marketplace is gonna continue to happen in the marketplace. It's gonna continue to happen in politics. It's gonna have to continue to happen all over the place because guess what? Americans have freedom in their blood. And they you know you could tell him all you want that It is what we're telling you, it is that what you see, but they're going to ultimately go with what their heart on their head tells him, not what you say to them, and that's what's happening here in my mind. Representive Amor. Thank you so much, man. Great, great conversation. Great stuff. Keep doing what you're doing, especially in regards to the crypto currency in these new markets that are that are emerging out there. Like I said, you're one of the leading voices on it, and we very much appreciate it. Great stuff. Appreciate the conversation and have a good weekend in the icehouse case. Yeah, we will stay warm. Tom. Take care. We will uncover a little bit more of the means stock craze that's going on right now. Plus, we will be diving into covert anal swabs for Beijing residents more accurate, According.

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:08 min | 5 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"To need to find some time later on this morning to get into a little cove, it news specifically the Beijing and the anal swab. Covert tests. I'm sorry. Sorry than what you haven't heard about this yet. And yet the the anal swabs and the only reason why it's not dominating headlines is because of the game Stock right? Gamestop means docket. So can't get that right. It's so I do it all the time. My gosh, saying Gamestop stock is hard. Yeah. Ballgame Stock games. I know what you're referring to waken just short for the purposes of this program. We could just shorted two game stock. Um way will get into that a little bit later on, and I want to mention something There was, Ah, listener on Twitter pointed, pointed this out. We didn't talk about it earlier, but with the reevaluating of the vaccine. Lottery, right? I know I watched a little bit of this yesterday. I I paid less attention to the to the stock nonsense and kind of went down my own little rabbit hole when I When I saw the story about how they were going to be re evaluating after 260, plus 1065 and older individuals in Minnesota, you know entered the lottery for 9800 vaccines and what a debacle. It's all been Governor Walls showed up at one of the distribution centers. Just it again shows up, got his mask on. It's got a stupid Flamel. You know, it just it just didn't so much style over substance. But a listener pointed out that Darth Jan Malcolm, the health commissioner, she said something really interesting in the in the press conference, and she said, You know, those that ended up signing up for the lottery. The list of names will be used for other things. It's like, Oh, yeah, that's a bit of data mining going on with all of this, and and and we didn't mention it when we talked about it yesterday, But I had that thought from the get go is that no They want all these people signing up for a reason. They're gathering this this this data and they're not gonna let it go to waste. Yeah, and they're probably going to have attacked because it's the state of Minnesota and seems like every three or four months we hear another data breach is happening somewhere in the state of Minnesota government, So, yeah. Good. Good job. Guys. Way to take advantage of a pandemic way to take advantage of People's fears and people's concerns, and I don't know their innate desire to want to stay alive. It was interesting to in the article because it had they actually pointed out that well, you know, the governor had had some mixed reception when he showed up there and I was like, Okay, well, they're saying he got mixed reception that he probably got a lot of pushback and good. Usually, I don't like to read reviews. But I'm just excited like I can't. I can't wait. I want to know how people feel about it. I don't know how much they love it. So Governor Walls reading here we go with the vaccine lottery. Hmm. Do you see? They gave it a negative review. No, like it's a negative four out of 10 Positive 10. I soon made Oh, what? I'm gonna knock my hustle. Let's look at another one. Mr..

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:05 min | 5 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Two weeks ago, he did inside an erection on the capital and the insurrection on the capital. Do Pete a busy scrubbed Schumer saying that they took the I think took the clip it edited that out and just go to the correction. Oh, my God. Did you did you see Schumer's face Just right. In that moment, he realized it is classic. Um, it's just awesome. It's funny. It's really funny. Funny. It tells you how much they care about the optics, though, um, getting back to the impeachment. So is this is this Are we? Are we on the slow fade out? You know, they know they've They've marched it over to the Senate. You know you, lady, you sort of laid out where we stand right now. But is this thing dying on the dying on the vine, and we're just kind of looking at a time line for the Democrats to slowly kind of back away on this, or do you think it still continues to move forward? Because I can't imagine them going and taking a vote on having it failed. That doesn't seem like it would be good for them. I don't. I don't see how they don't go through the motions in light of how deep the residual hatred is for Trump and I heard Tina Smith Recently say, Well, yeah, well, Joe Biden want unity, But we only get unity after accountability and you get accountability through a process of, you know, looking at the facts and trials and all of that, so They still think that unity has had through Relitigating a second impeachment for president. That's no longer there. There's enough of that in their base that I think even though they know politically it's the end for the country. It's a bad idea. They'll have to go through the motions, and I think they will. With the article sent over. They'll probably go through that timeline and knocking out could be wrong. They could, but I have yet to see Democrats allow rationality to win. In in In this case, when it comes to trump in one last bite of the apple. I don't think they can resist. Rick Grenell, the former acting security director. He came out recently. And we've asked this question of a couple of different people, but because I think the general consensus seems to be that this is not Joe Biden running things, right? I mean, he's for crying out loud. We had the audio clip It was hard to hear. But even he doesn't even know what executive orders. Like. What? I don't know what I'm signing is just you know, so Who bring? L thinks he's under the impression that this is that that a lot of what we're seeing right now in these 30 executive orders that you signed this in six days is actually coming from Susan Rice. That's who he's pointing at behind the scenes. What do you What do you think, or is? This is more of sort of a sort of Ah, presidency by committee. Where there's a group of individuals and Buyten's off taking a nap in there, making all the decisions for him. Well, there's no doubt about that. He would know better who the specific individual is. This is Obama era staffers with a lot of experience. It understand how to navigate these things taking advantage of it. I also think there's a ton of left wing special interest giveaways here. I mean, look, you guys were talking about due north with governor walls yesterday, who's standing at the podium Education Minnesota Rohit They're the number one backers of the Democrat Party. The most partisan organization in Minnesota is welcomed up to the podium to present this plan is, if it's good for everyone, by the way. Please hammer this point on that Due north stuff and the left. It applies T O Biden to notice how they never use the word equality anymore. It's always equity. It's always equity, not equality. Interesting, very different words. Equality is equal treatment. That's what America is always been about, and we failed at it, but we've tried to get closer. Equity is equal outcomes quotas. It is proportional. So what they're saying when they say equity. It sounds like equality, but it's actually bring the schools with the swimming pool's down the schools with the leaky roofs up and then everyone is more equitable. Pay attention. Joe Biden's doing it to. They'll do it today with the executive orders that he's signing, and it's because the radical special interests on the left, they always use speech. They always use political correctness. They always use the words to contort what they're doing, and in this case, they have an empty vessel in Joe Biden, who's happy to sign away, Whatever, because he doesn't really know what he's signing, and he knows he's beholden to everyone that got him to this office as he was in his basement. Campaigning the entire time reading off of a TelePrompTer course he's going to do what they want and let the chips fall where they make. This is not a Joe Biden president. This is the presidency of the left. Is anyone asking the question? Why so many executive orders? I mean, it's not like he doesn't have a Congress willing to work with him and willing to pass whatever he wants to pass right. Why does he need to? I mean, I You know, I understand doing some on your first day. A lot of it's symbolic things like that. I mean, every president has done that, not to the extent that Joe Biden did, obviously, but he's continuing on every day. It's more executive orders more executive orders when they have Congress what's preventing them from passing this passenger stuff in the legislation, or is it just that You know the Democratic Congress? People do not want to get their hands dirty. I think it's because this is the undue trump presidency. I really do. I mean, I'm no necessarily. What is proactive agenda is when he talked about covert 19, he says the same thing. Trump said, would accept with 100 Day mask challenge that he's not even winning because he's not wearing one on his own public land. So this is the undue trump presidency. Most of these executive orders have the effect of doing just that. He joined Paris. Get rid of Keystone XL. Get rid of the 17 76 Commission reverse trans gender in the military river. I mean, it's all undo, and unfortunately for those of us who like a lot of those policies, a lot of them were done through executive orders, So I'm not saying it's okay. It's just when you when they're done through executive order, they could be repealed as such, as well. He also as a senator knows a 50 50 Senate isn't gonna do anything of substance. So if he wants to do something big and bold, but you promised You going to do as much as he can with a flurry of these executive orders, and of course, if he can, if he can I grab that Think about it. Undo the border wall and this is all the undue trump moment and he's doing it as fast as you can. One last question before we let you go, Pete, who you got Tampa Bay or Kansas City. You got you got Yoda or baby Yoda. Yoda. Tom Brady's Yoda home. That's good. I got it. Good. I like that broke you, But whatever you say, because I so dislike the way Patriots fans lorded their their era over everyone else as if they were great when it was actually just Tom Brady. I'd like to see him do it in Tampa Bay. There you go. That's the answer. I was open for. Yep, already seen some people out there talking about how, like Bill Bill check had nothing to do with the Patriot successes. They pump the brakes, pump the brakes. Let's not start deal. It's actually give Brady all the credit and say Bill Belichick didn't have anything to do with it. I mean, you're still a good coach. But, yeah, zits need to see Tom Brady go out there and be able Tomo to take another team to the Super Bowl. Pretty impressive. Very true. I love it will be watching. Thanks, guys. Have a great week. We'll catch over the next week, buddy saying, e No. I know it's grow goo. Yeah, just you know you.

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:12 min | 5 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Media. Elite members of the Republican Party decided. Hey, this guy don't belong. What age they are colluded, you know, to a call him a massage anus. Uh huh. Land the plane kw land. The plane. Okay. The plane is now landing. So bottom line is Donald Trump or the one term president Like I predicted, all right, Okay. It does show you the power of the narrative, though it shows you what's the ones that once enough people and enough members of the media decide that nothing is true. You can't chip away at that narrative. They just stick with it, and they cram everything that happens retroactively to fit into their predetermined narrative. Well, you know, it must be watch on the screen. You know, it's again. It's just got such mixed emotions right now. We're just watched Air Force one, You know that beautiful 7 47 taken off taken Trump down toe down to Florida. Ah lot was learned. There was a lot learned, and we're gonna get to your phone calls coming up in a moment. But a lot was learned over the last four years, you know, and Trump taught us that I think taught us a lot. They taught us a lot about future elections taught us a lot about and not even missing intentionally. I'm not even I'm not even trying. This isn't me Propping President Trump up up. This is me just saying that we learned a lot from what he did over the four years in the media reacted and now It is incumbent upon conservatives. I'm not going to say GOP because I'm frustrated with the GOP. Right now it's incumbent upon conservatives to make sure and those future leaders toe learn from what Trump did and to play this game better because the left has a much better game there ever. They have a much better game that they play. And I know we try to counter it with truth and authenticity and honesty, right and actually following the Constitution, but they play dirty and I don't want that. I don't want conservatives to play dirty. I just wanted to play smarter. I think we learned a lot over the past four years. Let them play. MN is a grassroots organization consisting of parents and coaches and athletes and fans who are fighting against governor walls is continued mask mandate and restrictions on youth sports. They filed an injunction in federal court are they filed a motion? I'm sorry in federal court seeking a preliminary injunction to block this mandate, and we're pleased to be joined now by Sam Deal who is the attorney representing Let them play em. And good morning, Sam. Thank you for joining us. Hey, Good morning, guys. How did you come to be involved with this organization? Well, you know, I've been very blessed to to get involved in this stuff. Early on, Uh, In August, the mental state high school league shut down. Canceled football volleyball for no reason and I was I was able to sue them and we got that reversed very quickly. And it wasn't saying that it came about that. It was really part of what we're talking about. In our filing with the court yesterday, the Department of Health has stepped in and told the high school League that they need not Have football volleyball the fall because it was safe and they did that. We sued them pointed that out. Explain that, you know, there was no reason to shut down football volleyball, and the board immediately reversed it. And so I've kind of been working on this stuff. Ever since I started my own law firm. A couple months ago, because, uh, you know it. It's not always popular toe work on issues supporting kids. And you know the powers that be are a little easier to be supportive of so, but it's been a whole lot of fun. Um, but I really hope you can make Different here. Governor Walls likes to talk a lot about how you know he's following the science and following the data and listening to the most most updated and current science and information. But his continued insistence on on a mask mandate for youth sports seems to belie that that statement because even the C D C and W H O and all of these organizations like I have. I haven't done a ton of research on it. I've done a bit But I haven't been able to find any organization out there that is actually pushing for youth sports before mask mandates in youth sports, because there's no there hasn't been any indication that that it's a risk that there there's significant amounts of spread coming from these activities. So why? What rationale is the governor and Dan Malcolm, using to continue to push this mandate? Well, you know, it seems like they're fixated on labels and symbols. You know, without substance behind them Since the beginning of this they've been talking about. You know, the dials. Is it science and sort of the real world and Minnesota socialize there, just Ah, dial that could be turned with a knob. And and they're experts can conduce that and this is just a way that they are trying to show that they're making a difference when in reality, there's no substance. No, and I feel the same way like we were talking about it earlier this earlier this week, I think it was on Monday discussing this particular issue when the reluctance that dark Malcolm has into my words You know, has to remain deliver these restrictions. And I wondered what What's really a play here? What's really driving this and I think you're right, Sam. I think it just comes right down to just compliance. They want. They want the symbolism of it. You know when they don't want the visual of a bunch of kids out there playing sports in the middle of when they're engaging in that without a mask on and they don't want the kids to feel like they're safe without a mask on and we showed that you know the photographs going around that we're real. It's ridiculous. We've got kids playing, you know, instruments and they're wearing a mask. But the whole mouth. Part of it is cut out so they could blow into the flu to the saxophone is like Yeah, that's all just symbolism because you want them to be compliant. And, you know, I hope your efforts bear some fruit out because this I mean, there's got to be illegal mechanism to stop this nonsense. Yeah, We feel good about our case. It is. It's really crazy to have gone back. And in this motion, we go back and look over the last year and all the different things that the state has done two kids and what data they claim to have behind. That the decisions and there's nothing there that they label things outbreak when they're not an outbreak they wanted wanted. When they don't even get enough numbers in their phony outbreak definition. They then talk about cases they talk about, you know the spread beyond the cases. And it's just There's no substance. It seems like they've got they got over their head, and they can't admit it. Your your your suit claims that the administration quote unquote rigged the data. To make youth sports seem unsafe. Can you elaborate a little bit on on what you mean by that on on how on how they rigged the data to to to benefit their agenda. What is so I think it's not even better for their agenda is it's a show that they are doing something or effective when they're not at all. And so it's a good great example is the definition outbreak and I'll break in youth sports. Is not an outbreak. It all the definition of an outbreak. The CDC uses that the Department of Health has own website that the department health applies in workplace context is What you would think it would be his cases that have some common connection and time in place that arise at the same time that they give an indication of a possible common source, right? I mean, pretty common sense, but But in sports, for example, it's similar to the health club definition that they've used a similar to the bar and restaurant definition that they've used. That they're the term shouldn't be outbreak. It should be sort of a possible potential coincidence. Or is it best to weak correlation so in sports if if two people associated with a sport or program At and so you know, you've got wise at a hockey youth hockey, which has thousands of people involved with it..

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:02 min | 5 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"From now beat except was in Atlanta. No, we've got tough. Runoff races for Senate going on today. Not a big deal. You know, just the balance of power in Congress. Yeah, I'm not a huge deal hanging on this hanging on the brink. Yeah. Fate of the nation, Kamila Harris potentially be a deciding vote frightening. Well, I'm not sorry. Not commonly. Whoever ends up being her VP, wouldn't it be Nancy Pelosi At that point? I don't know what happens. Then what happens if that doesn't scare everybody into voting? No. E media partners, often those Senate Majority Leader, Paul Gonzaga. Good morning. Yeah, all I know is, uh If I'm not laughing, I'm crying. Yes, that's why we get so silly on this show. Sometimes it's more of a coping mechanism than anything and why we don't have cameras on during the commercial. Yeah, that's when that's when we we just back up into a ball. The fetal position, So we got a legislative session kicking off, But we still are sort of operating under the auspices of governor Walls is emergency declaration s. So how does that Impact your planning going into the session or does it at all? I mean, you know, you guys have things you need to accomplish. You guys think of things you have to get done this this year. So is that a factor in your preparations and your strategy's going into the session? Yes, I think the fact that now we control the purse strings for a two year budget, and we're in session. He's gotta cooperate a lot more. And that's what we frankly have been asking for for the last half a year And so we're back there where the two year budget and covert are sort of related. I mean, there's some problems that we're gonna Like we still have to address related to covet, and that's going to require cooperation. And so the governor has been going out on his own for a while. I think it's been seven times that we voted to remove emergency powers so that we could be Working together, but he I think he prefers it this way, And we're going to stop him well, and I can't help it all and also speak for me again. Talking with Senate Majority Leader Apologize, Elka, I can't help but think that the loosening of restrictions Wednesday You know, we've been true pointed out earlier is like going to do it. Just do it now. But be that as it may the loosening of restrictions Wednesday. I can't help but feel is a bit of a peace offering, you know, say, Hey, you know, guys, I know we're going back into session. But look here all I'll do this and I look, that's just the cynic in me, Paul that that thinks that way. Do you think there's a possibility that that you know, maybe you could strip him of the powers and we can actually, you know, look at dealing with covert through the through the state Legislature rather than having him and his autocratic powers. It's a possibility. I'd say it's a small possibility is the House for the first time came within one vote in December of removing emergency powers. But as we go into session, I believe that they have to suspend the rules. Which wish we wouldn't Maura than a simple majority Tol bring it up, so I don't think they will. But it does show you that there's a growing momentum. I think people want Their legislative branch engaged with the executive branch is he's made a number of bad decisions because he's done it. He's gone alone, and that's where you know, we hope to stop that. The thing I'm trying to focus on now is It's the vaccines out for whatever reason we're behind and getting the vaccine out in Minnesota, and that's frankly, the one thing we can all agree on that. Anybody that wants it. Should be able to get it and when they get it, hopefully then we can open everything up. Even according to the governor standards have you have you been involved? Had to see that the table or any input on the vaccine distribution plan that the state has rolled out or has that been much like everything else? That's that's happened during this pandemic with with this administration has that been pretty much just you know that the governor and his team Behind closed doors. Yeah, There's there's been no legislative import. It's uh, you know, the first level was the nursing homes and health care professionals. The second level is people over 75. Third levels. People over 65. I'd probably what it came to that exact same conclusion. Get get the people that are most at risk of vaccinated, but we have really, you know, it's basically that he tells us what he's going to do. And that's where It's frustrating because that's not working together. That's you know, Mama. Yes. You're a monarch. You're just telling people what you're going to do. Oh, yeah. You know, that's them. It's been the great frustration. I think even a number of Democrats would Would privately say that, but but I am hopeful that by coming into the session where we have a lot more power that will begin to work. Better together. You know, it hasn't been what it should be on. That's just the way it is. I mean, we That's why we try to remove the power seven times, but but I am You know that people said we'll take out more commissioner as well. Misters. If they're not doing their job is when we remove them or if they take their power and go go around us to do something significant, like, for example, California emissions standards. Them. Then they start to be looked after about. Are you doing your job? That's I'm glad you brought that up, because that was gonna be one of my follow up questions. Anyway, I've had a lot of listeners because you've been on the program. You know, several times you come on very frequently, and we're very grateful for that. We always appreciate having you on but vet been asked a number of times. Why? Why not? Jan Malcolm. What is what is the thought process around around not removing or her as a commissioner. I'm sure it's been discussed. I'm sure it's been been kicked around a little bit. But you know, in those in those moves to try to gain some leverage with this governor. What? What has the thought process been around him, Malcolm Well, first of all, any time we remove a commissioner, it takes all 34 Republican senators to do it, and so you have to have agreement around. Every single significant decision like that. That would be number one and number two. I would say it ultimately comes down to it. The governor's responsibility toe, listen to the advice and then make decisions and so, having her as one of many voices, I don't think it's harmful. What I think is harmful is the governor Just apparently making every decision related to it. Like, how could you come to a decision that at the exact same time you could have 50 people in a bar and only 10 people in a church? I mean, how do you come to some of these? Conclusions with science, but but that's the governor's decision listening to the advice of the people around him, and so she's been around a while. It's it's sort of like trump and funky and you know, some of the people around him is still ultimately his responsibility. Yeah, People are concerned. We've got the the You know, congressional January 6 looking at the integrity of the election. There's a lot of concern here in the state as well with the way that our own elections went down, But what can be done is there what is being looked at in this session in terms of Voter protection and trying to make sure that people like myself, You know when we go to vote feel like you know, our vote matters and that you know, there isn't cheating going on in the plain and simple terms. Is there anything you guys can do, or you're looking at to bring about some some sense of security and our election process. Yeah. You know, we're gonna We're gonna focus on the budget. We have They have to deal with redistricting and Kobe. Those air. You know, the Big three. But in that top five first five bills, we're gonna have an election reform Bill..

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:31 min | 6 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Dining at bars and restaurants. On pause through the holiday season. This plan will help bridge the gap to vaccination. No, it won't. No, no, it won't. It's not gonna do a damn thing because you know what? The bars and the restaurants and the elementary schools should all be open. The decision by walls is part of an international trend from New York City to Europe of prioritizing K through five schools over bars and restaurants that acknowledges several covert facets. And and we know on we talked about it. We talked about this yesterday. The the data doesn't show the data does not bear out. When it comes to the spread inside of these of these places, and these restaurants have gone out of their way. Just okay, Look, here's another perfect another perfect example for you and your back to me getting a haircut yesterday. I'm in there. I got to sit on the I got because they have so few chairs because this is such a small space. They got a socially distance. There's 1234 or five chairs. Also, it was like Logan's got to see the other side of the room because the other two were taken up. Right, But we're all able to sit in there breathing the air in this tiny little, you know, Strip mall. Great clips, right, you know, and all that, but a restaurant can't have the table space apart and people that it zero. It's so ridiculous and you're you're killing people's livelihood, man. I mean, I'm glad you know that there's there's some conversation around getting in person learning back. That's good. That's important. I know a lot of parents and a lot of kids want to get back to school, and they want to see their friends and and in person. Learning works a lot better than distance learning. For most of these kids, I get all of That, But there's people that are just out there trying to earn a living. Yeah, you don't want to pay their mortgage. You don't want to go on vacation, really want to do all these things will that end of invested their entire life, Their life's worth into their bar, their restaurant that they own and they've built up and now and they're just being told No. We don't know. Sorry. It's on pause. Your ability to go out there and earn a living is on pause because Governor Walls has to appease the covert fear porn crowd that wants him to just do something. And that's the only thing he can think to do. You can go to get so good. A Starbucks inside of target. Yeah, that's so That's so That's that's that's open there, and they've got their spaced apart. You can't go to a drive through. You know, you get all sorts of unhealthy options from drive thru around the place. Got that last night. Because because you can't go to another restaurant. You mean the wife, right running the errands over the weekend? You know, getting hungry. It's lunchtime, and we're like, Well, we're you know, 40 minutes away from home. So our options are, you know, Go, go get some take out. Let it sit for 40 minutes in the car while we drive home or hit a drive thru, and none of us way don't want drive through, you know, but there's nothing like nothing else to get. So we're kind of forced to eat unhealthy drive through food. Because we're not allowed to go sit at a table for 30 minutes and pay somebody to bring us food coming up. There's a writer who has a pending op ed, where he says that parents are an oppressive class the destruction of the family that perpetuates patriarchy and enforce it enforces solitary confinement. Get into this. Next. You're listening to the best of justice and drew here on Twin cities. New stock. If you want to catch up on all the latest episodes of justice and Drew just find our podcast.

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Today's announcement tops the prior single day record four reported deaths, which was 56. Coming the day after governor Walls announced his previous round of restrictions for bars and private gatherings. Restrictions expected today will reportedly include bars, restaurants, fitness centers and youth sports. Sarah Winston 17 year old daughter spent time in the ICU because of covert 19. But she says kids like hers still need athletics state right now. Doing distance learning, and that really is there on Lee outlet right now, Unfortunately, their mental well being is being jeopardized right now responded that beating the virus has to be our singular concern right now. Too long time state senators from the Iron Range Tom Bach and Dave Thomas. Sony are leaving the Senate Democratic Caucus and forming a new independent caucus box says he's very disappointed by the extreme partisanship and both political parties are to blame. Target Corporation reporting results from a strong third quarter despite the reaction to Cove in 19, the Minnesota based retailer says comparable sales grew by 20.7%. And online sales rose by 155% targets. Total revenue was up more than 21%. This is imminent. Hi. This is Jan. Thanks for calling Toyota. Hi, Jan. I heard Toyota thought is on It. Sure is. We've got great year and deals on camera RAV four Tundra, Highlander and more. Um, Do you hear that? That would be my mom. I'm home for the holidays. And apparently, she's still eavesdropping on my calls like she used to. Oh, what was that again about urine deals? Mom. Oh, I'm sorry, honey. And did I mention every new Toyota comes with Toyota Care our two year or 25,000 mile mate? His plan. Toyota Thon is on now. Come.

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Network I'm Tasha Raedle Hastings Restaurant was recently fined $7600 for an alleged mask infraction after a recent OSHA inspection. That's in the wake of governor Walls is order for stepped up compliance checks on Minnesota's hospitality industry. Amid Cove in 19 State Republican representative Tony Juergens of Cottage, Grove says it's too much. I think that failure by the governor to reverse its policy and reverse the excessive fines is accepting the fact that a business owner that's trying to survive Trying to comply with the spirit of the orders. Executive orders and trying to do the right thing doesn't matter because the state might force you out of business, anyway. The restaurant's owner is contesting the fine. The governor's office has not commented on this specific case. Moving begins today for students on the University of Minnesota Twin cities, campus students will be tested for covert 19 as they start moving into dorms and other on campus housing. The move in date was pushed back two weeks to give U of M officials more time to prepare and put safety precautions in place. Students can only leave their dorms for work class or to eat for the 1st 10 days. There is also a nine PM curfew to start the fall semester the teenage girls in serious condition after being struck by a vehicle while she was skateboarding in north Minneapolis. And police are asking for the public's help identifying her. It happened around 8:15 P.m. at the intersection of North Bryant and Dowling Avenues. This is Hi. I'm Rick Adelman with a warning. Millions of people are buying stocks they think or low in price. Watch out. A lot of investors have no idea the risks they're taking. But you're holding steady, right? You haven't made a trade all year. That could be a problem, too. With covert on the scene, you might need Maurin cash than before. Maybe you need to reduce your market risk is well. Are you sure your portfolio is Covad ready?.

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:40 min | 10 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Be playing the Friday News quiz. Your contestants this week are lovely, talented, radiant and effervescent producer Samantha San Severe. That's me and the equally lovely, talented, radiant eyes. Effervescent. This's your Friday edition of Justice and during we do thank you for choosing to spend a little bit of time with us each and every morning. Very pleased to be joined as we are Most Fridays by representative Tom Emmer. Good morning, sir. Hey, Good morning, Andrew. Good morning. Everybody haven't article they have an article on our hands here. Governor Walls and representative Tom Emmer. Hey, that's you is bar on more Corona virus support for states. I don't want to read from the article because we have one of the guys in the headline on the phone. What was going on with this? What was going on with this with this meeting that you had this back and forth with Governor Jim walls? Well, I didn't think we were sparring at all. It was OK. You know, it's funny. How it gets framed them is Wass. What one person Sparring is another person's constructive discussions? No, I, uh the governor who probably has better things to do in Minnesota, then show up to testify before Congress. About the need for more Corona virus funding. It was in front of our committee. The Financial Services Committee yesterday do do just that to talk about the need. For additional funding, despite the fact that as of June 30th only 25% of the funds that were provided by the carriage, Zach remember, that was a trillion two states. Who the cares act only 25% of that had actually been used. And I did say it's outrageous that they would come back in, especially in front of the financial Services Committee, guys. That's not our jurisdiction. This was Maxine Waters, helping Some of her crazy progressive governors that used to serve with her a come in and try to plead for more money, and it was Look, if people think that that's necessary they need to make the case for it. But what I said to the governor was I really want to find out how he intends to empower and stop penalizing are business owners there school administrators and our families. I want to know what information he is going to give them. Hi and what he's going to push forward to drive our economic come back. Instead of digging our Children and grandchildren deeper and deeper into debt, which seems to be all these guys were interested in doing so. You know if that was sparring because I was him this You know, he should actually start looking at how we not only get Minnesota back on track and opened safely, how we get our kids back in school by doing what we need them to be doing so they don't fall back. I and really empower Minnesota to move forward. I stop Stop playing the partisan politics and start to believe that you know, I couldn't be more direct than that. No, it was a fantastic question. And this is you know, Governor Walls has been asked similar questions throughout this throughout this emergency declaration and the continued extension of it, and that's been one of the biggest frustrations for me personally is you know I like I like To know Alec goals, you know, Give me some goals. Give me some light at the end of the tunnel. Give me something, OK, If we get to hear than weaken, do this. If we get to here, then we can do this. And in this administration, the walls administration has been Has been anything but forthcoming. With that type of with that type of of of information of that type of data of give us some points that when when we get to this many cases per 10,000 or this many cases per county or when our testing capacity reaches this percentage, then we can maybe start to loosen things up a little bit, and we can open things up. It has been six. Months, half a year of a peacetime emergency declaration and because we don't have any sort of goal posts we have we have no end in sight As to win. He's going to finally allow the Legislature to have some input in any of this decision making and it's incredibly frustrating. And that's why I was frustrated yesterday, Andrew because here he is requesting to extend his emergency powers yet again, Look, we can all disagree on how things have been handled. Hindsight's always 2020. But to your point it's been six months. You have got to start trusting Minnesotans. Yes, you can. You gotta stop dictating and you've got to stop. Empower our start empowering. If you give Minnesotans the information If you tell them, this is what's necessary. This is the best practice. This is how you can keep yourself and your family safe and get about your business. You know what Most Minnesotans, If not all are going to do that. When you start telling Minnesotans Oh, you can only go here. You can only sell to these people during these hours. You must wear this. When you do it that way, you're absolutely going to get, uh, some pushback from people because freedom is something that's in the genetic in this country, and if you again invite people to participate for their own benefit for their own health. You're going to get a completely different results. By the way, you're not going to kill one of the greatest innovation states in the union, which is totally incompetent leadership is desperately it appears trying to do Talk a little bit about the status of further stimulus..

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"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:45 min | 11 months ago

"governor walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Talk Am 11 31 035 FM justice and Drew along with Sam. We were reading a moment ago from the hill. There's a teacher says. Every day when I walk into school is a public school teacher. I am prepared to take a bullet to save a child in an age of school shootings. That's when that's what my job requires. But asking me to return to the classroom amid a pandemic and expose myself and my family to cove in 19. It's like asking me to take that bullet home to my family. I won't do it. And you shouldn't want me to sew target workers, Retail workers, grocery store workers, You know, front line workers, all those people. That's fine. You know, they they need to keep going out there and going to work. But teachers have apparently deemed themselves un essential. Yes. Joining us now as he does every single Monday, Jason Lewis. Good morning, sir. Entirely legitimate will be sending that teacher their severance cheque next week if they don't want to work. Yeah, fine. And I think I look everybody has been saying from day one. That we handle the pandemic wrong. And when you look at these models were supposed to be 20 to 36,000 dead by now in Minnesota, according to the very model that walls in the Minnesota Department of Health used There are some 15 1600 still too many butt off by orders of magnitude. So everybody's been wrong on a the models and be on how we handle this. Instead of quarantining the sick and the elderly and nursing homes, we quarantine the young and healthy and infected. The former But But, look if these teachers don't want to go back and teach the kids because of this I think it's unnecessary. There's now more data coming in that kids don't transmit and certainly don't transmit a symptomatically. That's their prerogative. I guess if you don't want to do that, and you don't want to teach, But you're not going to collect a paycheck or not doing your job well, but just the property taxes ought to be refunded. On the state and have tuition tax credits. The beds in the elementary and education secondary are secondary education Act oughta be refunding money that for parents that want to have another education alternative, and we've been saying that on the trail all week long. It's frustrating, though, Jason because education Minnesota's is ultimately going to be the one that makes the decision here as to whether or not schools are are back in the fall or not. It really doesn't matter what but Donald Trump, Betsy DeVos governor walls would any of these people say if education Minnesota says to there to their members? Don't go back there, not going back, and there is no school. So you've got a little water politicians for I mean education owns Governor Walls owns Venus Smith. And if you look at their campaign contributions they do then their governing the state UN elected as they are not Governor, Walter Gina. And that certainly appears to be the case, doesn't it? I mean, I don't expect school would be back in the fall. The education Minnesota's already sending the letter after letter out, and the language in these letters, mirrors the same language that you're seeing in other parts of the country as well where they're making all these demands before they're willing to come back. And most of those demands don't have anything to do with, you know, providing a nice, clean, safe sanitary environment. Where the virus is less likely to spread its all about funding and money and positions and racial equity and social justice demands on all of these things that have nothing to do with Corona virus. But that's what they want before they're willing to go back and teach your kids. Sure they're exploiting a public health challenge for political aims. Well, welcome to the new world they want right? That's what walls has been doing. That's what Democrats have been doing exploiting the public health challenge for ulterior motives. I think that I think the citizenry look last week we were up in the Canadian border this weekend of down on the Iowa border. Everywhere I go. People are fed up. They can see right through this. Parents control the education of their Children. Not politicians, not education. Minnesota, not anybody else and they want it back. Look what education Minnesota is proposing What Tina Smith and governor Walls on the Minnesota Department of Health and the Minnesota Education Department proposing if now crackle Wait. We have done to young people in this lock down is unforgivable. Unconscionable from the mental health crises that they've instituted to the graduation, Miss. To the last goodbyes denied. This has been an assault on the safety ofthe Minnesotans, especially young people. It really is shameless. And those people don't have a Tub. What they lecture other people on how they care about kids. Are you kidding me? Well, there's two. There's two ends of the There's two interesting things to note here, and I and I'm glad you brought it because I was going to ask you sort about what you're hearing on the campaign trail and and you echo this often, and it's very important because there's two different. There's two different, unseen things that that's affecting everything right now. One. You have this perfect storm handed to the left of a a novel, Corona virus that cannot be seen right. You can't see it. Rights but you, but you could be scared of it and data that's easily manipulated to go and fit whatever agenda you have, But the other part of that, Jason and I believe, and I believe you do believe this is well, that you're seeing is the other unforeseen thing, And that is the individuals that have not been affected by this and the vast majority of people. Have not been over the past four months have not been affected by Corona virus or had even individuals close closely around them directly impacted on a physical level, if the actual virus but they certainly can see all of the moves to combat it and the damage being done to the economy, and I feel I feel like I could be wrong, Jason There's a sleeping giant of voters that is ready to go to the polls Come come November. It's going to be drastic, drastically different in the polls, one offer. I'm looking at the state of unemployment in America right now and in the Midwest, Minnesota, not South Dakota, which is as almost zero applications, But Minnesota has an unemployment insurance recipient based That is a larger share of the work force. The North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin. Why is that? Because of that media mantra, the covering for Democrats that says, Oh my gosh, it's going to kill us. All. We were told 281 million people would be infected by now..

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Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death

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00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death

"President trump says the U. S. government will designate the anti fascist group antifa as a terrorist organization as NPR's Joel rose reports the trump administration is linking it to protests against police brutality that have turned violent in recent days president trump said on Twitter that the US will be designating antifa as a terrorist organization but didn't offer any details it's something he's called for before Attorney General William Barr blamed radical agitators for hijacking peaceful protests Barr said such violence is quoted domestic terrorism and will be treated accordingly it's not clear how many if any of the protesters involved in violent clashes around the country are associated with antifa as protests over the death of George Floyd have grown government officials have put the blame for violence and destruction on outsiders officials in Minnesota where Floyd was killed offer a very different assessment of who those outsiders our governor Tim Walz says far right white nationalists maybe sparking the violence Joel rose NPR news governor walls also said today protests were mostly peaceful in Minneapolis overnight after National Guard troops joined local and state police in a show of force to quell violence but governor wall says it will take far more fundamental changes to address the problem in his state we don't just right near the top on educational attainment we rank near the top on on personal incomes on homeownership on life expectancies things that make this and when they came out awhile back we are we rank second in a survey of the fifty states second in happiness behind a white but if you take a deeper look and peel it back which this week is peeled back all of those statistics are true if you're white if you're not we rank near the bottom wall cited unequal educational opportunities for children of color and lending practices that suppress black homeownership demonstrators turned out in Berlin Copenhagen in Toronto today saying they were rallying in solidarity with American protesters and NPR's Frank Langfitt reports hundreds of people marched on the U. S. embassy in London the protests began in London's Trafalgar Square where hundreds face Britain's National Gallery and took a knee the March continued across the river Thames to the U. S. embassy where protesters packed enough against a police cordon a black lives matters group in London organized the protest a Twitter account for black lives matter U. K. which said it is not affiliated with the London group questioned a mass gathering while Britain is still largely under lockdown adding quote we are currently discussing the implications of calling a mass March in the middle of a pandemic that is killing us the most government statistics show British blacks of African descent are nearly four times more likely to die from covert nineteen than white Britons Frank Langfitt NPR news this is NPR this is WNYC in New York I'm lance lucky governor Cuomo says new York's Attorney General will investigate the NYPD's actions during yesterday's protests the demonstrations turn violent at times with protesters hurling objects at police and police pepper spraying protesters video also show police SUVs driving into a crowd of protesters Cuomo says any allegations of police misconduct should be investigated by an external authority nuts local officials are they really in a position to be feet fair and objective they will say yes I say from a public confidence point of view have the investigation done by someone else Blasio has announced two of his some point appointees are conducting an investigation into the violent protests in the past few days in addition to the NYPD's internal probe the governor says the AG's review will be done by next month and in his press conference this morning mayor de Blasio largely praise the NYPD for its approach to policing this weekend's protests but he said his administration needs to do more to identify police officers in leadership or on the beat who he said are not cut out for the job that work needs to be amplified it speeded up intensified we need to make sure that anybody who should not be a police officer is not a police officer the NYPD says three hundred forty five people were arrested and thirty three officers were injured last night it is not clear how many civilians were

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George Floyd protesters burn huge buildings to the ground as Minneapolis erupts in flames and National Guard called in

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00:46 sec | 1 year ago

George Floyd protesters burn huge buildings to the ground as Minneapolis erupts in flames and National Guard called in

"On civil society I'm Pam who sell fox news that's how Minnesota governor Tim walls describes the overnight riots in Minneapolis buildings burned to the ground in businesses looted in response to the death of George Floyd the black man who died after a white police officer held is need to be snack with more protests expected today governor walls says law enforcement will respond more forcefully than it did last night we mobilized the largest mobilization of National Guard that were in the field last night of over seven hundred we pulled in state patrol and state assets to augment Minneapolis isn't Paul's force today the full mobilization of the Minnesota National Guard has been ordered that means over thirteen thousand

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"governor walls" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"governor walls" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Passes the house and the Senate governor Wall Street's assigned because it is by partisan in nature anything that gets through. He needs to sign Bryce unless it's an anti gun Bill, then he should throw it away. Anti gun. Bill never should make it through the Senate. So just an F Y to hold the line. Thank you. So much Representative months and really appreciate you coming in for this abbreviated version of this hour, thanks to go for gopher basketball who got stomped, by the way. All right coming up in the next hour. We'll talk about Amy klobuchar. We'll talk about the new green deal. We'll talk. Oh, loads to talk about democrat. Crazy sue Jeffers. Twin cities news talk AM eleven thirty. Twincitiesnewstalk dot com. From Kris Lindahl relisting studios. Twin cities news talk AM, Minneapolis. Camp David meeting to avoid another shutdown. I'm Jane Metzler, Fox News acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, hosting the conference committee. They're working to keep the government open past next Friday when a temporary funding Bill runs out the committee chairs confident they will reach a compromise this weekend. It's still needs to pass the full house, and it still needs to pass the full Senate, and there's going to be some disagreement coming from the far left and the far right from the far left. They're going to be opposed to any money for that border wall with Mexico and in the far, right? You have to wonder if it's not five point seven billion dollars that's agreed to for the border wall. What will be satisfactory to them? And then finally what about the president? If it's less than five point seven billion dollars. What would be satisfactory to him? Fox's John decker at the White House. The president holding a rally Monday and Al Paso to again highlight his demand for a border wall. He'll have some competition for the. Media spotlight. Former three term Texas congressman better Rourke holding a rally in his hometown. At exactly the same time. His wife and kids will be with him along with the congresswoman who replaced him unclear though if he will announce he's running for president Elizabeth Warren officially announcing her candidacy today at a rally in Lawrence, Massachusetts, Amy clover shore expected to announce tomorrow in Minneapolis and already announced candidate at a theater in Des Moines, Iowa, ladies and gentlemen. Let's welcome Senator. Cory booker. Becker told the crowd. His grandmother grew up in Des Moines, and my grandmother's grandmother moved from Alabama. To Buxton Iowa. Now, some of you all know was incredible town ahead of its time box. It was.

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"governor walls" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

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"governor walls" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

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