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"grand julie" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

08:33 min | Last month

"grand julie" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Grand Julie. This Tiger Woods story get I remember I was as working on Chelsea lately this was one of the greatest stories that ever happened ever happened in my lab. Tiger Woods famed Golfer. Beloved. You know great story biracial his MOM was Asian his Dad Black The dad was teaching him to golf at two. He was on the tonight show at like three years old with the dad hitting like doing a hole in one. He marries a beautiful white they have two adorable children. Everybody's watching them every day on the golf channel I mean just below my dad. Who I don't talk to. When I tell you that he idolizes this man like the level of his obsession with Tiger Woods. He's a Golfer and he so he loves golf and he watches it's just torture all of it his whole existence. My family is a golfer. So so mooring. I can't believe you don't like I would golf with by Saddam always like, Oh, we've got a drake by. The younger brother seems to be coming up on it but this has been a sibling rivalry that's been going on since they lived in their humble beginnings to south of Boulevard Woodland Hills. and. That was. Going to be hard thing to recover. Is like do it do it? Okay. Good course golf is the thing that came back I and cove it right and they're all thrilled. There's no people there because of course, they do terrible when there is huge crowds. So my dad would is obsessed with him. So when this happened I was like. Oh my God I couldn't have been happier although I didn't care member like that's great. You pulled someone's Tampon out in front of a Denny's and threw it out the window and then attack wait what was that part of it Got The. Best Way. Let me just fill people. So the way, the story broke. Is. What was her name Lynn e shortage she was. Or Swedish Swedish she apparently thought he'd been cheating. And took a nine iron, which again, everyone's like Oh my God this specific like the to his car as he was driving or going to try to bash him with it or bash the car with it. So there was a record of that the police were called that. And so everyone's like the greatest cheating story ever that golfers wife finds out and starts bashing his car with a nine iron. All my God. So he's having its turns out. He had an affair with. Rachel Wichita. Now Rachel Bell. was famous because she was the the famous face that was like on the cover of the New York Post right after nine eleven very tragic but she was engaged. To or yes. Gager newly married to like a Wall Street guy that had you know she didn't know where he was and of course, he had died in the towers and she was very pretty and her tears were crying and it was just like the face of nine hundred eleven. She went on white privilege and she right now she was supposed to have a life of marrying Wall Street Guy Living in the Hamptons. Having three kids but this really through for a loop and she went on to work like the VIP world nightclubs and she was like maybe thirty at the time like not really that young to be like still doing this job. That's where she met him and she was having like a real affair with him like they were a couple. They did all this stuff then when the story broke. Is when they so they knew about this girl. But once that story broke all these people started coming out all these people and it was all these the waitresses. But then there was one that worked at a waffle house and you're like which one does the? Literally listed them all and then one just like. It was just like. and. Then there's me. Yeah. I hear and that's the one re pulled the Tampon out. The windows here in this. I can't remember this. Yeah. I think yeah I think that makes sense. Yeah. I don't know. But like the Rachel Patel was very beautiful and then all these girls were like. And VIP hostesses and the VIP hostess. This thing was so funny because people like my God what is this like? Why is he so into like a wait staff but it was obviously he was a sex addict and he'd go and he was another one of those people that once you saw how far was he? A lot these girls probably insisted that he keep that hat on. But. Yes So He literally pulled her tampon out and what set storytelling. So I thought it was like I thought it was an I hop or Denny's okay. So. He takes her out to his escalade and. She pulled her tampon out she. Out threw it out the window and had sex with her in the escalade center on back into work and I'm pretty sure the tip is something around thirty dollars. I remember a thirty dollar figure there, but then didn't a bunch of them. I think. The whole thing is that they're all like wait a minute like Rachel got some some money to like not talk and then other people the rest of them are like wide like some to like yeah I'm out of Tampa. So the person that lives by the waffle houses like I remember that Tampon there it's. Like. He texted that chick Rachel who later went onto celebrity Rehab Dr drew's here with us off got away. She might love that celebrity Rehab with so good. So she later went on that I remember she had this makeup brush on that show and I was I'm getting that she did her make full make an on watched her do mega-bombs like I'm going to get that rush Isla I loved her looks to and should very full lips I think they were enhanced I think she was one of the first people to get you that in. fricken. Loved them. I was like I'm behind this. Yes she's she was really. So he texted her while. I think, Ellen was like giving birth right. There was a thing where he's at the hospital with his second and he was texting her and it was like. Oh, God I thought the Tampon was the worst part of it. You're texting while she's giving birth and this by the way I became obsessed with Sweden. So because my dad like because my dad loved loved him I was there the whole time she was an open hair and? She was an pair for some other Golfer. Was Like right mentor. And then that guy introduced him. So the net guy was like a fucking hate you tiger, how could you do this to my former nanny like everybody was so mad at Tiger while I was like this what idiot hires that girl She's the most beautiful I've ever seen. She had those aviator sunglasses I literally majorly get them I'm obsessed with US sunglasses I will look the photo please everyone maybe maybe it was the wife that was like if you don't get that fucking married off tomorrow I'm GonNa. fucking curious on. What She was supposed. To me, she's the prettiest girl at to me and. We went to Sweden and it was like she was everywhere. This is heaven here and then she gets they get divorced and I believe, can you look this up Kelly? She went on to marry another billionaire delight because they live in Florida I. Mean you go from billionaire to billionaire to billionaire it's like I don't. It's just like it's just like Jackie. O know. Babe. Babe I thought Kelly was there looking up the aviators? So I didn't know I didn't ever see what had never seen what he looked like but he was like her neighbor I think in that one percenter like Howard Stern love gated community. Okay let's get onto this. This was a fun cheating rumor. At the height of the twilight series. Robert. Pattinson was dating then Heterosexual Kristen Stewart Okay and Kristen Stewart also dating than heterosexual robber patents. Yeah my just my opinion. I also would like to interject. Then heterosexual. You know what I mean we yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I'm just you know I, know. Right right. Right. Right. She would be an adjective we would use to arrive right recycling I. I did that too I was the only. We had this discussion for years about Kristen Stewart. Like she's not gay she's with men like and then surely with this episode and I knew she was gay when she was trapped in the panic room with jody..

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"grand julie" Discussed on SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

11:47 min | 4 months ago

"grand julie" Discussed on SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

"Hey all you sober people hand anyone else. Who is interested in listening to me talk about mental wellness? Some of you might remember that my word for the year is clarity and especially with. Cova did that word has not changed my journey. This year is very much about taking the noise out of my daily life and boy has that been difficult in this time of lockdown and isolation and loneliness which is why. I'm GonNa talk about loneliness today and what it means. Not only to me but to you all as well. The statistics are growing. Not only because of covet but prior to Cova. We are becoming more and more lonely. And why is that and more importantly what can we do about it? I live alone and if I am feeling the loneliness even though I have people built into my daily work. I can't imagine how other people are feeling who don't work any longer or don't necessarily engage with people daily in their line of work before Kovin. I liked living alone. I enjoy the peace and quiet and frankly I like my relationship with myself but now that I'm confined an had been confined by the way. I'm still very much. Laki myself down except for a walk that I take almost daily with some friends Monday through Friday but we social distance or physical distance during the walk. I carry a mask with me so although I'm getting Interaction I still spend most of my downtime. My non work time by myself and it's become more difficult. I only imagine how difficult it is for some of you who live in bigger cities and can't get out to walk every day on walking past like I do. It has to be really tough. Interestingly the rate in which we are living alone has been on the increase for the last fifty years Grand Julie Aching up to about twenty eight percent in two thousand nineteen of our total population here in the US which means at thirty five point seven million people here in the US live by themselves in a recent study by CIGNA which is a health insurance company here in the US of twenty thousand people. Us adults they found that half of Americans feel like they are alone. Only slightly more than fifty percent of the respondents said they had meaningful in person. Social interactions on a daily basis and fifty percent said that sometimes or always they feel that the relationships are not meaningful and that they're isolated from a smaller but still surprising number of people. Twenty percent of the twenty thousand said they never or rarely feel close to people and eighteen percent felt like they have no one to talk to and this same study by Cigna revealed that Young People Age Eighteen to twenty two are far more likely than senior citizens to report being lonely and Import Health. Making them the loneliest generation and well loneliness itself is not an diagnoses or a mental health disorder. It goes hand in hand with many of the diagnostic criteria in the DSM. Five diagnostic statistical manual. That most of us in the mental health professionals zone us. Furthermore there's no accepted definition of loneliness. Sometimes it gets jumbled together with social isolation but the two concepts are very different social isolationism indicator of how much contact. Somebody has with other people. Whereas loneliness is the subjective feelings of isolation and there is no agreed. Tipping Point at which acute loneliness transitions into a chronic problem with long term mental health and physical health ramifications. Alone doesn't necessarily mean that you're lonely nor does being around people mean that you're not loneliness is a very subjective. Feeling loneliness is a feeling that only you the person experiencing it can truly identify the fancy schmancy definition of loneliness is the distress that results from discrepancies between ideal and perceived social relationships. That's according to the Encyclopedia of human relationships. What that means is that loneliness is a feeling and a perception. It involves a wave seen ourselves and the world around us. We can feel lonely. In a wide variety of social settings and circumstances. It doesn't take being alone. Some studies have shown that people who struggle with loneliness may actually perceive the world differently. Does that sound familiar to some of us. I know it sounds very similar to the world that I grew up in the world that I created for myself through my perceptions and certainly when I was drinking boy did I create A world within a world one researcher even found structural and biochemical differences in what he labeled the lonely brain. Okay and I'm going to murder his name. I'm sure John Casio Gosh. His research revealed that a lonely person can experience more difficulty recognizing positive events and have more trouble picturing the thoughts of others known as mental ising. Another University of Chicago study found. That lonely inviduals are more likely to construe the world as threatening hold more negative expectations and interpret and respond to him. Big You a social behavior in a more negative off-putting fashion while when I read that that is trauma to me. Viewing the world as threatening and beyond our control and for most of us that meant we tried to control what we did have in our hula-hoop and beyond were twenty-foot hula-hoop if you know what I mean that huge expanse between that feeling so different from the person next to in the classroom growing up or outside playing feeling as though we were incredibly weird compared to our neighbors. Here's where I get really excited. If loneliness is a state of our mind state of our thinking can we change it? Can we change the experience of feeling lonely? The answer is yes. This is exactly what self esteem does for us. And how do we achieve self esteem? We do things like pay attention to that. Inner critic voice in our head and separate at separated out from who we are and what we believe and what we think improving our relationship with ourselves for those of you who are in recovery or thinking about getting sober or maybe have pockets of sobriety in your lives. This is. I think what you're after leaving the ideal that a substance can make you feel. Colmer is imperative because it is short lived it takes us away from our relationship with ourselves therefore diminishing our self esteem and it pumps up the volume of our inner critic in my book. Five weeks self-confidence a guide to confronting your inner critic and controlling your relationship with your thoughts available anywhere you buy books or swizzle what I talk about is this relationship with this voice in your head who is giving you really bad advice. The critical inner voice mine negative. Nellie that voice. The inner critical voice is a well integrated pattern of negative thoughts toward ourselves and others. That is at the root of much of our self limiting and self destructive behaviors. This voice makes us feel like we're different. Apart undeserving unworthy when we feel the loneliest. We are in the company. We are Simpatico with this inner critic. We listen and believe when they tell us. No one really cares about you. You are such a burden. Don't tell people that who wants to be around somebody who thinks and says those things don't put yourself out there. You're only going to be rejected. No one ever understands you. So don't try you're going to embarrass yourself and so on and so forth this attack invoice. This spiral of critical thoughts discourages. Us hurts our self confidence and turns our self esteem to Marsh. Instead of doing things that will help us. We create more disk ease in ourselves and were inclined then to be more awkward in social interactions. And then we're going to avoid them altogether or drink through them or pop pill before we go out the more attention. We give this inner critical voice. The louder it gets in order to counter this inner critic we have to do the opposite of what he or she or they are saying when you stop or reduce the amount of time you're listening to this inner critic.

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Fighting Loneliness? Try Friending Yourself.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

06:56 min | 4 months ago

Fighting Loneliness? Try Friending Yourself.

"Hey all you sober people hand anyone else. Who is interested in listening to me talk about mental wellness? Some of you might remember that my word for the year is clarity and especially with. Cova did that word has not changed my journey. This year is very much about taking the noise out of my daily life and boy has that been difficult in this time of lockdown and isolation and loneliness which is why. I'm GonNa talk about loneliness today and what it means. Not only to me but to you all as well. The statistics are growing. Not only because of covet but prior to Cova. We are becoming more and more lonely. And why is that and more importantly what can we do about it? I live alone and if I am feeling the loneliness even though I have people built into my daily work. I can't imagine how other people are feeling who don't work any longer or don't necessarily engage with people daily in their line of work before Kovin. I liked living alone. I enjoy the peace and quiet and frankly I like my relationship with myself but now that I'm confined an had been confined by the way. I'm still very much. Laki myself down except for a walk that I take almost daily with some friends Monday through Friday but we social distance or physical distance during the walk. I carry a mask with me so although I'm getting Interaction I still spend most of my downtime. My non work time by myself and it's become more difficult. I only imagine how difficult it is for some of you who live in bigger cities and can't get out to walk every day on walking past like I do. It has to be really tough. Interestingly the rate in which we are living alone has been on the increase for the last fifty years Grand Julie Aching up to about twenty eight percent in two thousand nineteen of our total population here in the US which means at thirty five point seven million people here in the US live by themselves in a recent study by CIGNA which is a health insurance company here in the US of twenty thousand people. Us adults they found that half of Americans feel like they are alone. Only slightly more than fifty percent of the respondents said they had meaningful in person. Social interactions on a daily basis and fifty percent said that sometimes or always they feel that the relationships are not meaningful and that they're isolated from a smaller but still surprising number of people. Twenty percent of the twenty thousand said they never or rarely feel close to people and eighteen percent felt like they have no one to talk to and this same study by Cigna revealed that Young People Age Eighteen to twenty two are far more likely than senior citizens to report being lonely and Import Health. Making them the loneliest generation and well loneliness itself is not an diagnoses or a mental health disorder. It goes hand in hand with many of the diagnostic criteria in the DSM. Five diagnostic statistical manual. That most of us in the mental health professionals zone us. Furthermore there's no accepted definition of loneliness. Sometimes it gets jumbled together with social isolation but the two concepts are very different social isolationism indicator of how much contact. Somebody has with other people. Whereas loneliness is the subjective feelings of isolation and there is no agreed. Tipping Point at which acute loneliness transitions into a chronic problem with long term mental health and physical health ramifications. Alone doesn't necessarily mean that you're lonely nor does being around people mean that you're not loneliness is a very subjective. Feeling loneliness is a feeling that only you the person experiencing it can truly identify the fancy schmancy definition of loneliness is the distress that results from discrepancies between ideal and perceived social relationships. That's according to the Encyclopedia of human relationships. What that means is that loneliness is a feeling and a perception. It involves a wave seen ourselves and the world around us. We can feel lonely. In a wide variety of social settings and circumstances. It doesn't take being alone. Some studies have shown that people who struggle with loneliness may actually perceive the world differently. Does that sound familiar to some of us. I know it sounds very similar to the world that I grew up in the world that I created for myself through my perceptions and certainly when I was drinking boy did I create A world within a world one researcher even found structural and biochemical differences in what he labeled the lonely brain. Okay and I'm going to murder his name. I'm sure John Casio Gosh. His research revealed that a lonely person can experience more difficulty recognizing positive events and have more trouble picturing the thoughts of others known as mental ising.

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"grand julie" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:43 min | 11 months ago

"grand julie" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Your hundred million she lives in about nine million dollars a year by not having this money invested in the something conservative and one is not high I don't want to put your high risk I lost everything I owned it I don't I don't believe in high risk stuff but a good mutual fund that has a sixty or seventy or fifty year track record that does go up and down and there is no guarantee on it but right now you are guaranteed one million I'll take a possible over guaranteed one million every time out when the possibility is based on a sixty year or fifty year track record you bought the ranch and you weren't scared to buy it and there's no guarantee with it well there's no guarantee work I mean right and so that's the point I I think you're I think you need to do some get some advice not to turn your money over to someone blindly but to start learning about investing gradually over the next few years and you need to start moving some of this money into some real estate that makes money they may be if you like real estate and maybe some of this money into mutual funds that's what my money's in and both of those things and I have a net worth far exceeding a hundred million dollars show the one building I'm sitting is worth seventy million and so and it's paid for so we know I have more than that right and so the but the the that's the process of that that you've got but it's just a matter the reason I'm comfortable with all of those things is because I've learned about them not because I blindly trusted some guy on the radio or some guy with a nice suit and an officer who had sounded slick so I I think you need to probably I know you need to learn more about investing get a comfort level in grand Julie overtime mean take five million of the hundred million invested see how does info without for for five years and then invest some more and invest some more if it works and buy a few pieces of real estate here they're they're creating income not just the ranch and all of that and then in the process of that in terms of taking care of your child all of that is gonna take your your child if you pass away it's all going to be invested in it's all gonna be there to take care of them in that trust and you don't have to set aside a hundred thousand dollars a year for the kid because it's there and you've got the money and if you need if you're alive you can simply give them some money if if you want to send them to school if you want to get him set up and certainly if you die then it's being left to them anyway so no I would not be setting aside a hundred thousand dollars in a savings account for a ten month old I would be investing some for college and I would be investing all the rest of it for you as long as you live in for him in the US state by learning a little bit more if you want to learn just go to smart buster click smart restaurant by rooms are dot com one of them should be click me decide surround talked when I'm if you feel like you're you know you're being misled or you feel slimy get out of there but I think you'll find someone that's content in common one is where the heart of a teacher and that will show you as a beginning investor how to invest gradually and that's what you're looking for all right let's go to Maranda in Arizona I'm around the welcome to the Dave Ramsey show I wanted to speak with you you too what's up I shall intense about paying off debt the last sixteen months over twenty three thousand in that town all the credit card debt medical bills I just have a little bit left to go on my husband however I discovered some messages between and younger brother again saying don't tell my wife about that credit card she doesn't know usually the brother asked if you could be on the car so he could quote the miles for him and yeah I do don't really know what to say about it to them how old are you I'm twenty seven to twenty six with a married for five and a half years are you in a good church yeah is he no the Christian right local time like I need to go to church and stuff yeah well I think what you just discovered is that your husband has been lying to your guard lists of what the subject is lying about is that.

"grand julie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"grand julie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Into a very different form of government. What do you have to hide let's make this public? That's the whole point. And the more you office gate and the more words. Cover grand jury. MSL st. CNN? Actually, learn anything from these. Cable networks. Have they done anything to correct their pass reporting on collusion? Any circumspection any reformation nothing? They're still at it. Nothing. They doubled down tripled down. And so now, we have another one of these pseudo events that somehow bar is in the business of covering up. And if you don't deliver it by April fifteenth, the very stupid, Don lemon says full doesn't that look like a cover up? What do they find these clowns? It's not hard. They're all former local news men. Former congressman former this former that John dean, I believe John dean did some time in jail if I'm not mistaken. Michael Cohen will be joining him on CNN. No question about it, though. Have Michael Cohen, though, have John dean put that fat slob Carl Bernstein between them there. There's quite a crowd right there. Give him miss two chairs to sit on. But Joe Scarborough. Will will your heart in them? What are you hiding? The American people know. I don't care about grand Julie's. I don't care. I don't care about classify. Let the American people know we have a right to know, if our presidents connected to the Russians we were, right, Geno? L? Let me do his job. Let Muller do his job. Who stopped me from doing his job. Nobody. If your viewer of the Scarborough program, your IQ goes down every day, you gotta be in the negative category. You're turned inside out mentally. And you don't know the facts, and you learn nothing. The people who watch this buffoon. All twelve of them. Do they know that Muller's office is working with the attorney general in the attorney general's working with other career lawyers in the department to determine what to redact and whatnot to redact or is this a systemic conspiracy systemic conspiracy. Meanwhile. You had McCabe out there leading a coup effort yet Komi leaking like a sieve you had this guy Baker the general counsel of the FBI he's under criminal investigation. They're all wiped out there all in trouble there on investigation that they don't see but bar is leading conspiracy. That includes Muller Muller is part of the conspiracy. Now. And the career lawyers at the department of her part of the conspiracy to the office legal KOMO. Yeah. We have a right to know. We have a right to know to know what you idiot. And what is this right to know where does that come from? No, you don't have a right to know. What's took place in the grand jury room Twi? They locked the door. That's why there's a sheriffs standing in front of the door. So you don't have a right to know. Because of what's going on in there. It's all one sided the witness doesn't have a lawyer. But we have a right to know. So to AMI Joe Scarborough. Brzezinski? She's a right to know. My wife has a right to know too. But you don't you don't have a right to know that and you don't have a right to classified.

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"grand julie" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"grand julie" Discussed on KTOK

"Duty. MSL CNN actually learning from these cable networks. Have they done anything to correct their pass reporting on collusion? Any circumspection any reformation nothing? They're still at it. Nothing. They doubled down tripled down. And so now, we have another one of these pseudo events that somehow bars in the business of covering up. And if you don't deliver it by April fifteenth, the very stupid, Don lemon says, well, doesn't that look like a cover up? What do they find these clowns? It's not hard. They're all former local men former congressman former this former that John dean, I believe John dean did some time in jail if I'm not mistaken. Michael Cohen will be joining him on CNN. No question about it, though. Have Michael Cohen. They'll have John dean put that fat slob Carl Bernstein between them there. There's quite a crowd right there. Give him his to chairs to sit on. But Joe Scarborough. Will you hard in them? What are your hiding? The American people. No, I don't care about grand Julie's. I don't care. I don't care about classify. Let the American people know we have a right to know, if our presidents connected to the Russians we have a right to know. Now, let Mahler do his job. Let Muller do his job. Who stopped me from doing his job. Nobody. If your viewer of the Scarborough program, your I q goes down every day, you gotta be in the negative category. You're turned inside out mentally. And you don't know the facts, and you learn nothing. Do the people who watch this buffoon. All twelve of them. Do they know that Muller's office is working with the attorney general in the attorney general's working with other career lawyers in the department to determine what to redact and whatnot to redecked or is this a systemic conspiracy stemmed conspiracy. Meanwhile. You had McCabe out there leading a coup effort yet Komi leaking like a sieve you had this guy Baker the general counsel of the FBI he's under criminal investigation. They're all wiped out there all in trouble there on investigation that they don't see but bar is leading conspiracy. That includes Muller Muller is part of the conspiracy. Now. And the career lawyers at the department of the part of the conspiracy to the office of legal, KOMO. Yeah. We have a right to know. We have a right to know to know what you idiot. And what is this right? To know. What does that come from? No. You don't have a right to know, what's took place in the grand jury room. It's why they locked the door. That's why there's a sheriffs standing in front of the door. So you don't have a right to know. Because of what's going on in there. It's all one sided the witness doesn't have a lawyer. But we have a right to know says who AMI Joe Scarborough. And Brzezinski as a right to know. My wife has a right to know too. But you don't you don't have a right to know that and you don't have a right to classified information period. I'll be right back. Lovin? Glucose through sealed believes everyone.

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"grand julie" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"grand julie" Discussed on WJR 760

"Of cover up. And it seems like voor was covering up for the president, or at least trying to whitewash some of the nastier facts that they have to know by. And how it looks. It looks at this point like a whitewash if we start running our government based on lies and deception cover up to make that the normal standard operating procedure. We're moving into a very different form of government. Why do you have to hide let's make this public? That's the whole point. And the more you office gate, and the more words and your I. Grand jury. MSL ST CNN actually learning from these cable networks. Have they done anything to correct their pass reporting on collusion? Any circumspection any reformation nothing? They're still at it. Nothing. They doubled down tripled down. And so now, we have another one of these pseudo events that somehow bars in the business of covering up. And you don't deliver it by April fifteenth, the very stupid on lemon says well, doesn't that look like a cover up? What do they find these clowns? It's not hard. They're all former local newsmen, former congressman former this former that John dean, I believe John dean said did some time in jail if I'm not mistaken. Michael comb will be joining him on CNN. No question about it, though. Michael Cohen, they'll have John dean put that fat slob Carl Bernstein between them there. There's quite a crowd right there. Give him to chairs to sit on. But Joe Scarborough. Well, what are your hard in them? What are you a hijacking? The American people. No, I don't care about grand Julie. I don't care. I don't care about classify. Let the American people that we have a right to know if our presidents connected to the Russians we were, right, Geno? Now, let me do his job. Let Muller do his job. Who stopped me from doing his job. Nobody. If your viewer of the Scarborough program, your I q goes down every day. He got to be in the negative category. Your turn it inside out mentally. And you don't know the facts, and you learn nothing. Does the people who watch this buffoon? All twelve of them. Do they know that Muller's office is working with the attorney general in the attorney general's working with other career lawyers in the department to determine what to redact and whatnot to redact or juche hysteria conspiracy a systemic conspiracy. Meanwhile. You had McCabe out there leading a coup effort yet Komi leaking like a sieve you had guy Baker the general counsel of the FBI he's under criminal investigation. They're all wiped out there all in trouble there on investigation that they don't see but bar is leading conspiracy. That includes Muller Muller is part of the conspiracy. Now. And the career lawyers at the department of her part of the conspiracy to the office of legal. Oh, yeah. We have a right to know. We have a right to know to know what you edit. And what is this right to know where does that come from? No, you don't have a right to know. What's took place in the grand jury room Twi? They locked the door. That's why there's a sheriffs standing in front of the door. So you don't have a right to know. Because of what's going on in there. It's all one sided the witness doesn't have a lawyer. We have a right to know says AMI, Joe Scarborough. And Mika Brzezinski, then she is a right to know. My wife has a right to know too. But you don't you don't have a right to know that and you don't have a right to classified information period. I'll be right back. Lovin? I seventy five southbound between twelve mile and eight mile roads moving work through blocking the right lane and the white shoulder through five AM tomorrow. Six ninety six westbound between I ninety four and a quarter a movie work crew..

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"grand julie" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"grand julie" Discussed on KTRH

"If we start running our government based on lies in deception and cover up and make that the normal standard operating procedure. We're moving into a very different form of government. Why do you have to hide let's make this public? That's the whole point. And the more you office gate and the more words. Ryan grand jury. MS LSD CNN actually learning from these. Cable networks. Have they done anything to correct their pass reporting on collusion? Any circumspection any reformation nothing? They're still at it. Nothing. They doubled down tripled down. And so now, we have another one of these pseudo events that somehow bars in the business of covering up. And if you don't deliver it by April fifteenth, the very stupid, Don lemon says, well, doesn't that look like a cover up? What do they find these clowns? It's not hard. They're all former local men former congressman former this former that John dean, I believe John dean did some time in jail if I'm not mistaken. Michael Cohen will be joining him on CNN. No question about it, though. Michael Cohen, they'll have John dean put that fat slob Carl Bernstein between them there. There's quite a crowd right there. Give him his to chairs to sit on. But Joe Scarborough. Will will you hard in them? What are you hiding? The American people. No, I don't care about grand Julie's. I don't care. I don't care about classify. Let the American people know we have a right to know if our presidents connected to the Russians we were right? You know? Now, let me do his job. Let Muller do his job. Who stopped me from doing his job. Nobody. If your viewer of the Scarborough program, your I q goes down every day, you gotta be in the negative category. You turned inside out mentally. And you don't know the facts, and you learn nothing. Do the people who watch this buffoon. All twelve of them. Do they know that Muller's office is working with the attorney general in the attorney general's working with other career lawyers in the department to determine what to redact and whatnot to redact or is this a systemic conspiracy systemic conspiracy. Meanwhile. You had McCabe out there leading a coup effort yet Komi leaking like a sieve you had this guy Baker the general counsel of the FBI he's under criminal investigation. They're all wiped out there all in trouble there on investigation that they don't see but bar is leading conspiracy. That includes Muller Muller is part of the conspiracy. Now. And the career lawyers at the department of her part of the conspiracy to the office legal. Oh, yeah. We have a right to know. We have a right to know to know what you idiot. And what is this right to know where does that come from? No, you don't have a right to know, what's took place in the grand jury room. It's why they locked the door. That's why there's a sheriffs standing in front of the door. So you don't have a right to know. Because of what's going on in there. It's all one sided the witness doesn't have a lawyer. We have a right to know says to me Joe Scarborough. And Amiga Brzezinski as a right to know. My wife has a right to know too. But you don't you don't have a right to know that and you don't have a right to classified information period. I'll be right back. If you have.

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"grand julie" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"grand julie" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Of cover up. And it seems like voor was covering up for the president, or at least trying to whitewash some of the nastier facts that they have to know how it looks. It looks at this point like a whitewash if we start running our government based on lies and deception and cover up and make that the normal standard operating procedure. We're moving into a very different form of government. Why do you have to hide let's make this public? That's the whole point. And the more you office gate and the more words. Grand jury. MSL? CNN actually learning anything from these. Cable networks. Have they done anything to correct their pass reporting on collusion? Any circumspection any reformation nothing? They're still at it. Nothing. They doubled down tripled down. And so now, we have another one of these pseudo events that somehow bar is in the business of covering up. And if you don't deliver it by April fifteenth, the very stupid, Don lemon says, well, doesn't that look like a cover up? What do they find these clowns? It's not hard. They're all former local newsman, former congressman former this former that John dean, I believe John dean said did some time in jail if I'm not mistaken. Michael Cohen will be joining him on CNN. No question about it, though. Michael Cohen, they'll have John dean put that fat slob Carl Bernstein between them there. There's quite a crowd right there. Give him to chairs to sit on. But Joe Scarborough. What are your hard in them? What are you hiding? Let the American people. No, I don't care about grand Julie. I don't care. I don't care about classify. Let the American people that we have a right to know if our presidents connected to the Russians we were right? You know? Now, let me do his job. Let Muller do his job. Who stopped me from doing his job. Nobody. If your viewer of the Scarborough program, your I q goes down every day, you gotta be in the negative category. You turned inside out mentally. And you don't know the facts, and you learn nothing. Does it people who watch this buffoon? All twelve of them. Do they know that Muller's office is working with the attorney general in the attorney general's working with other career lawyers in the department to determine what to redact and whatnot to reject or is this a systemic conspiracy systemic conspiracy. Meanwhile. You had McCabe out there leading a coup effort yet. Call me leaking like a sieve you had this guy Baker the general counsel of the FBI he's under criminal investigation. They're all wiped out there all in trouble there on investigation that they don't see but bar is leading conspiracy. That includes Muller Muller is part of the conspiracy. Now. And the career lawyers at the department of the her part of the conspiracy to the office of legal counsel. Yeah. We have a right to know. We have a right to know to know what you Eddie. And what is this right to know where does that come from? No, you don't have a right to know, what's took place in the grand jury room. It's why they locked the door. That's why there's a sheriff standing in front of the door. So you don't have a right to know. Because of what's going on in there. It's all one sided the witness doesn't have a lawyer. We have a right to know says to AMI Joe Scarborough. And Amiga Brzezinski a right to know. My wife has a right to know too. But you don't you don't have a right to know that and you don't have a right to classified information period. I'll be right back..

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"grand julie" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"grand julie" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Titans radio WTO Chatanooga Ken meyer Aka flounder if you look at, his photo he does little snippets. For media all the writers there do. Little snippets basically media is a site that that hawks mostly cable TV puts clips up and then puts a liberal twist, on them not all, of them but most of them overwhelming number. Of them do Get Trump anybody who supports Trump is an idiot you know stuff like that you can check, it out so this, CNN legal analyst by the name of Renato Maryati Renato Mariani and he was on Twitter Media tells us flounder, reports and we're supposed to be very very. Impressed because. You see CNN's legal analyst Renato Mariotti he knows everything and he's telling us what to worry about Today the Wall Street Journal reported that. Trump organization. CFO Allen Weisselberg received immunity from federal prosecutors investigated Michael Cohen He says off. The bat this tells us that Weisselberg had criminal liability people who don't have criminal exposure, don't need immunity Now that doesn't mean he had criminal liability this. Guy's legal analyst it means, he could have been threatened with criminal liability he hasn't been found to have, committed any crimes He got immunity Let's continue people who don't have criminal exposure. Don't need immunity no people who are threatened by prosecutors. Do need immunity To the Wall Street Journal Weisselberg received immunity and. Testify before the Manhattan grand Julie Jerry earlier this year The decision about when to give. A witness immunity versus forcing them to plead guilty and get a deal to flip is. A complicated one it prosecutors. Didn't, have enough evidence to charge Weisselberg. And couldn't make their case without him immunity was their only option no that wasn't their only option dropping the, matter was another option So at least he confesses it must have been very very. Weak because they gave him immunity to didn't force him to plead to some crimes there. Can be no question that. Weisselberg, provided viable testimony to prosecutors well. There's no doubt about that Apparently they got, him to sing and dance, and do whatever they needed him to do prosecutors don't give immunity blindly they would have. Required Weisselberg attorney to tell them what Weisselberg would say if he. Testified, before they gave him immunity Prosecutors wouldn't. Have given immunity the information provided by Oiseaux Burke was not valuable or. If the information provided by Weisselberg was useful Useful to the prosecution not necessarily criminal I. Want to continue with this because over media they, think this is fantastic and this guy really is.

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"grand julie" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"grand julie" Discussed on KTRH

"Say thanks we need everyone of you Ken meyer Aka flounder if you look at, his photo he does little snippets for media all, the writers their. Little snippets basically media is a site that that hawks mostly cable TV puts clips up and then puts a liberal twist, on them not all, of them but most of them overwhelming number of them do get Trump anybody who support Trump is, an idiot, you know stuff. Like that you can check. It out so there's a CNN legal analysts by the name of Renato Mariotti Renato Mariani and he was on Twitter media tells us flounder reports And we're supposed to. Be very very impressed because you see CNN's legal analyst Rinaldo Mariotti he knows everything and he's telling. Us what to worry about Today the Wall Street Journal reported that Trump organization. CFO Allen Weisselberg received immunity from federal prosecutors investigated Michael Cohen He says off. The bat this tells us that Weisselberg had criminal liability people who don't have criminal exposure, don't need immunity Now that doesn't mean he had criminal liability. This legal analyst it means, he could have been threatened with criminal liability he hasn't been found to have, committed any crimes He got immunity Let's continue people who don't have criminal exposure. Don't need immunity no people who are threatened by prosecutors. Do need immunity Going to the Wall Street Journal Weisselberg received immunity and. Testified before the Manhattan grand Julie Jerry earlier this year The decision about when to. Give a witness immunity versus forcing them the plead guilty and get a deal to flip. Is a complicated one it. Prosecutors, didn't have enough evidence to charge. Weisselberg and couldn't make their case without him immunity was their. Only option no that wasn't their only option dropping the, matter was another option So at least he confesses it must have been very. Very weak they gave him immunity to didn't force him to plead to some crimes there. Can be no question that. Weisselberg, provided valuable testimony to prosecutors well. There's no doubt about that Apparently they got him, to sing and dance and, do whatever. They needed him to do prosecutors don't give immunity blindly they would have. Required Weisselberg attorney to tell them what Weisselberg would say if he. Testified, before they gave him immunity Prosecutors wouldn't. Have given immunity if the information provided by Weisselberg was not valuable or. If the information provided by Weisselberg was useful Useful to the prosecution not necessarily criminal I want continue with this because over media they, think this is fantastic and this guy really is.

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"grand julie" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"grand julie" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Ken meyer Aka flounder if you look at, his photo he does little snippets. For media all the writers there do. Little snippets basically media is a site that that hawks mostly cable TV puts clips up and then puts a liberal twist on not all, of them but most of them overwhelming number of them do get Trump anybody who support Trump is, an idiot, you know stuff. Like that you can check. It out so there's a CNN legal analysts by the name of Renato mariachi Renato Mariani and he was on Twitter media tells us flounder reports We're supposed to. Be very very impressed because you see CNN's legal analyst Rinaldo Mariotti he knows everything and he's telling. Us what to worry about Today the Wall Street Journal reported the Trump organization CFO. Allen Weisselberg received immunity from federal prosecutors who investigated Michael Cohen He says. Off the bat this tells us that Weisselberg had criminal liability people who don't have criminal exposure don't need immunity Now. That doesn't mean he had criminal liability this guy's. A legal analyst it means, he could have been threatened with criminal liability he hasn't been found to have, committed any crimes He got immunity Let's continue people who don't have criminal exposure. Don't need immunity no people who are threatened by prosecutors. Do need immunity According to the Wall Street Journal Weisselberg received immunity and. Testify before the Manhattan grand Julie Jerry earlier this year The decision about Wendy. Give a witness immunity versus forcing them to plead guilty and get a deal to flip. Is a complicated one it. Prosecutors, didn't have enough evidence to charge. Weisselberg and couldn't make their case without him immunity was their only option no that wasn't their only option dropping the, matter was another option So at least he confesses it must have been very. Very weak they gave him immunity to didn't force him to plead to some crimes there. Can be no question that. Weisselberg, provided valuable testimony to prosecutors well. There's no doubt about that Apparently they got him, to sing and dance and, do whatever. They needed him to do prosecutors don't give immunity blindly they would have. Required Weisselberg attorney to tell them what Weisselberg would say if he. Testified, before they gave him immunity Prosecutors wouldn't have. Given him immunity if the information provided by Burke was not valuable or. If the information provided by Weisselberg was useful Useful to the prosecution not necessarily criminal I. Want to continue with this because over media they, think this is fantastic and this guy really is.

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"grand julie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"grand julie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Ken meyer Aka flounder if you look at, his photo he does little snippets for media all, the writers their. Little snippets basically media is a site that that hawks mostly cable TV puts clips up and then puts a liberal twist, on them not all, of them but most of them overwhelming number. Of them do Trump anybody who support Trump is an idiot you know stuff like that you can check, it out so there's, CNN legal analyst by the name of Renato mariachi Well not to. Mariani and he was on Twitter media tells us flounder reports And we're supposed to be very very impressed because you see CNN's legal. Analyst, Renato Mariotti he knows everything and he's telling. Us what to worry about Today the Wall Street Journal reported that. Trump organization. CFO Allen Weisselberg received immunity from federal prosecutors investigated Michael Cohen He says off. The bat this tells us that Weisselberg had criminal liability people who don't have criminal exposure, don't need immunity Now. That doesn't mean he a criminal liability this guy's. A legal analyst it means, he could have been threatened with criminal liability he hasn't been found to have, committed any crimes He got immunity Let's continue people who don't have criminal exposure. Don't need immunity no people who are threatened by prosecutors. Do need immunity To the Wall Street Journal Weisselberg received immunity and. Testified before the Manhattan grand Julie Jerry earlier this year The decision about when to give. A witness immunity versus forcing them to plead guilty and get a deal to flip is, a complicated one if prosecutors. Didn't, have enough evidence to charge Weisselberg. And couldn't make their case without him immunity was their. Only option no that wasn't their only option dropping the, matter was another option So at least he confesses it must have been very. Very weak because they gave him immunity to force him to plead to some crimes there, can be no question that. Weisselberg, provided valuable testimony to prosecutors well. There's no doubt about that Apparently they got him, to sing and dance and, do whatever they needed him to do prosecutors don't give immunity blindly they would have. Required Weisselberg attorney to tell them what Weisselberg would say if he. Testified, before they gave him immunity Prosecutors wouldn't. Have given immunity if the information provided by Burke was not valuable or. If the information provided by Weisselberg was useful Useful to the prosecution not necessarily criminal I. Want to continue with this because over media they, think this is fantastic and this guy really is Typical. Dummy I'll be right back.

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"grand julie" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"grand julie" Discussed on KNSS

"Ken meyer Aka flounder if you look at his photo He does little snippets for. Media all the writers there do little snippets basically media is a site that that hawks mostly cable TV puts clips up and then puts a, liberal twist on the not all of them but most of them overwhelming number of them do get, Trump anybody, who support Trump. Is an idiot you know. Stuff like that you can check it out so there's a CNN, legal analyst. By the name of Renato mariachi Well not. To Mariani and he was on Twitter media tells us flounder reports We're. Supposed to be very very impressed because you see CNN's legal. Analyst, Rinaldo Mariotti he knows everything and he's telling. Us what to worry about Today the Wall Street Journal reported that Trump organization CFO. Allen Weisselberg received immunity from federal prosecutors who investigated Michael Cohen He says. Off the bat this tells us that Weisselberg had criminal liability people who don't have criminal exposure don't need immunity Now. That doesn't mean he had criminal liability this guy's. A legal analyst it means, he could have been threatened with criminal liability he hasn't been found to have, committed any crimes He got immunity Let's continue people who don't have criminal, exposure don't, need you know people who are threatened by prosecutors. Do need immunity According to the Wall Street Journal Weisselberg received immunity, and testified, before the Manhattan grand Julie Jerry earlier this year The decision about when to. Give a witness immunity versus forcing them to plead guilty and get a deal to flip. Is a complicated one it. Prosecutors, didn't have enough evidence to charge. Weisselberg and couldn't make their case without him immunity was their only option no that wasn't their only option dropping the, matter was another option So at least he confesses it must have been very. Very weak because they gave him immunity to force them to plead to some crimes there. Can be no question that. Weisselberg, provided valuable testimony to prosecutors well. There's no doubt about that Apparently they got him, to sing and dance and, do whatever they needed him to do prosecutors don't give immunity blindly they would have. Required Weisselberg attorney to tell them what Weisselberg would say if he. Testified, before they gave him immunity Prosecutors wouldn't have. Given him immunity if the information provided by Burke was not valuable or. If the information provided by Weisselberg was useful Useful to the prosecution not necessarily criminal I. Want to continue with this because over media they, think this is fantastic and this guy really is.

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"grand julie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"grand julie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Wants to. Say thanks we need everyone of you Ken meyer Aka flounder if you look at, his photo he does little snippets. For media other writers there. Little snippets basically media is a site that That hawks mostly cable TV puts clips up and then puts a, liberal twist, on not all. Of them but most of. Them overwhelming number of them do get Trump anybody who support Trump is an. Idiot you know stuff like that, you could check it out so. There's a CNN legal analysts. By the name of Renato Mariotti Renato Mariani and he was on Twitter media tells us flounder reports And we're supposed to be very. Very impressed because you see CNN's legal analysts were not on mariachi he knows everything and he's telling. Us what to worry about Today the Wall Street Journal reported the Trump organization. CFO Allen Weisselberg received immunity from federal prosecutors investigated Michael Cohen He says off. The bat this tells us that Weisselberg had criminal liability people, who don't have criminal exposure, don't eat immunity Now. That doesn't mean. He had criminal liability this, guy's a legal analyst it means he could have been threatened with criminal liability, he hasn't been Found to have. Committed any crimes He got immunity That's continue people who don't have criminal exposure. Don't need immunity no people who are threatened by prosecutors. Do need immunity According to the Wall Street Journal Weisselberg received immunity and. Testified before the Manhattan grand Julie Jerry earlier this year The decision about when to. Give a witness immunity versus forcing them to plead guilty and get a deal to flip. Is a complicated one it. Prosecutors, didn't have enough evidence to charge. Weisselberg and couldn't make their case without him immunity was their only option no that wasn't their only option dropping the, matter was another option So at least he confesses it must have been very. Very weak because they gave him immunity to force them to plead to some crimes there. Can be no question that. Weisselberg, provided valuable testimony to prosecutors well. There's no doubt about that Apparently they got him, to sing and dance and, do whatever they needed him to do prosecutors don't give immunity blindly they would have. Required Weisselberg attorney to tell them what Weisselberg would say if he. Testified, before they gave him immunity Prosecutors wouldn't have. Given immunity if the information provided by Oiseaux Burke was not valuable or. If the information provided by Weisselberg was useful Useful to the prosecution not necessarily criminal I want to continue with this because. Over media they think this is fantastic and this, guy really is.

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"grand julie" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"grand julie" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Meyer Aka flounder if you look at, his photo he does little snippets. For media all the writers there do. Little snippets basically media is a site that that hawks mostly cable TV puts clips up and then put the liberal twist, on them not all, of them but most of them overwhelming number of them do get Trump anybody who support Trump is, an idiot, you know stuff. Like that you can check. It out so there's a CNN legal analyst by the name of. Renato mariachi Renato Mariani and he was on Twitter media tells us flounder reports And we're supposed to. Be very very impressed because you see CNN's legal analyst Rinaldo Mariotti he knows everything and he's telling. Us what to worry about Today the Wall Street Journal reported that Trump organization CFO. Alan Weisselberg received immunity from federal prosecutors who investigated Michael Cohen He says. Off the bat this tells us that Weisselberg had criminal liability people who don't have criminal exposure don't need immunity Now. That doesn't mean he had criminal liability this guy's. A legal analyst it means, he could have been threatened with criminal liability he hasn't been found to have, committed any crimes He got him unity Let's continue people who don't have criminal. Exposure don't need immunity no people who are threatened by. Prosecutors do need immunity One of the Wall Street Journal Weisselberg received immunity and. Testified before the Manhattan grand Julie Jerry earlier this year Decision about when to. Give a witness immunity versus forcing them to plead guilty and get a deal to flip. Is a complicated one it. Prosecutors, didn't have enough evidence to charge. Weisselberg and couldn't make their. Case without him immunity was their only option no that wasn't their only option dropping the, matter was another option So at least he confesses it must have been very very. Weak because they gave him immunity to didn't force him to plead to some crimes it. Can be no question that. Weisselberg, provided valuable testimony to prosecutors well. There's no doubt about that Apparently they got, him to sing and dance, and do whatever they needed him to do prosecutors don't give immunity blindly they would have. Required Weisselberg attorney to tell them what Weisselberg would say if he. Testified, before they gave him immunity Prosecutors wouldn't have given. Him immunity if the information provided by Oiseaux Burke was not valuable or. If the information provided by Weisselberg was useful Useful to the prosecution not necessarily criminal. I want to continue with this because over media they, think this is fantastic and this guy really is.

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"grand julie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"grand julie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Flounder if you look at his, photo he does little snippets for. Media all the writers there do little. Snippets basically media is a site that that hawks mostly cable TV puts clips up and then puts a liberal twist on, them not all of, them but most of them overwhelming number of. Them do Get Trump anybody who supports Trump is an idiot you know stuff like that you can check it, out so there's a, CNN legal analyst by the name of Renato mariachi Renato Mariani and he was on Twitter Media tells us flounder reports We're supposed to be very very impressed because. You see CNN's legal analyst Renato Mariotti he knows everything and he's telling. Us what to worry about Today the Wall Street Journal reported that. Trump organization. CFO Allen Weisselberg received immunity from federal prosecutors investigated Michael Cohen He says off. The bat this tells us that Weisselberg had criminal liability people who don't have criminal exposure, don't need immunity Now. That doesn't mean he had criminal liability this guy's. A legal analyst it means, he could have been threatened with criminal liability he hasn't been found to have, committed any crimes He got immunity Let's continue people who don't, have criminal exposure. Don't need immunity know people who are threatened by prosecutors. Do need immunity Going to the Wall Street Journal Weisselberg, received immunity and. Testified before the Manhattan grand Julie Jerry earlier this year The decision about when to. Give a witness immunity versus forcing them to plead guilty and get a deal to flip. Is a complicated one it. Prosecutors, didn't have enough evidence to charge. Weisselberg and couldn't make their case without him immunity was their. Only option no that wasn't their only option dropping the, matter was another option So at least he confesses it must have been. Very very weak because they gave him immunity to force him to plead to some crimes. There can be no question. That, Weisselberg provided valuable testimony to prosecutors. There's no doubt about that Apparently they got him to, sing and dance and do, whatever they needed him to do prosecutors don't give immunity blindly they would have required. Weisselberg attorney to tell them what Weisberg would say if he testified. Before they gave him immunity Prosecutors wouldn't have. Given immunity if the information provided by Oiseaux Burke was not valuable or. If the information provided by Weisselberg.

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"grand julie" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"grand julie" Discussed on KARN 102.9

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