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His story about the possibilities. A real likelihood of Gregorio CAS are becoming the mayor Protein. It's just an absolute It confirms what we've all suspected, uh, is in that he has ambitions to ultimately be the mayor of Boston. And then we're you know, whatever happens after that, Which is an absolutely Beyond terrifying, surreal, bizarre thought of happening, but but it's a reality isn't it really, really could happen and I also see this as A signs of hope. As far as I think if he does actually run for mayor, I really think it will bring the right in the more conservative aspect of Boston more closely together because I think it's gonna be hard fought to keep him from winning that office. Really, I think it is such a potentially dangerous Ah, uh, area I would agree with you. It was if it was the Austin, Texas of 10 years ago, Austin is a completely different place. This is little Seattle on the Colorado. He is a hero of the voting public in Austin, Texas. You know, I know what you're saying. But but I still think Those that would oppose him. His candidacy would would come out in force. I think it would wake what has unfortunately, been for the past many years of sleeping giant. I think it would. It would wake us up knowing what the sheer danger of this would be. And so this right away? What is your biggest fear? What would happen You say Ah, Danger number one, But I know the answer. But go ahead. Number one would be as we were talking about, hey, would want to disband the The police department. He would want that to essentially go away. I don't know what his option would be. I don't know what would he he would offer or suggest or having mind instead. But that scares me to death. Well, here's the thing. Everything that would come along with his friend. I'm listening right now, if you don't know What Greg Cassard talks about Specifically if you don't know what his goals are. Bye now. Then you're a dumb ass. This guy's been talking this way for years about disbanding police about not prosecuting certain crimes about single family dwellings being the enemy of the public single family dwellings. The destruction of the core family unit is what is in his socialistic card carrying Democrat Socialist Association. Mind. Uh on do think that Austin is going to rise up against that now. I don't believe it. I think that's I think you've got wishful thinking. But I think you're completely wrong on that. I think Austin is completely gone. I think I I know what you're talking about, Todd? No, no, I know the reasons why you you would say and think that But I still think that as far as our overall population here in in in this town, it's um or conservative thinking and living town Then then you would think, And I think again, him being listen. I think the kids see Cal, You disagree with you, okay? I think this this this win by McKinsey Kelly for Ah, District six for City Council, beating Jimmy calling in planning it. I think that was the beginning. Right there. I think it was like a little wake up call. It was like, okay, trunks clear was the beginning. I think Mackenzie Kelly got got the attention the public because she seriously wants to solve the homeless crisis. And she's seriously supports police. But I think during Ellen's, uh, stay there in City Council during her term. I don't think we were then where we are now. And so I think we're in a more deranged, dangerous, precarious situation in this town that we were when Ellen was in office. I just think your approach to this how Austin's going to rise up conservatives are gonna rise up. I think that's dangerous to say. I think it's a better thing to say. Let's get rally together. Let's get motivated. This is bad. Let's get going because if you say Austin's going to take care of it. People get fat and lazy, and they just okay? Yeah, we'll get other people to deal with that other people, other people to deal with that. And that's what happens. You know, That's why Alison Alter one because people got lazy and district 10 and they got tricked, and they weren't paying attention. Well, that's really not what I'm saying. I think that this will Maybe. Okay. Also, you know the right's gonna rise. Maybe that's not the way to put her to think about it. But I do think that we would see him or of the right turn out. At the the polling locations to vote if we had two star running tomo to him to make sure that he would not have changed, even if he was even if it was Listen, I appreciate your positive thinking, but that's just Bravo, Sierra. The last several elections prove you wrong man, Greg to start with the one with the mandate this mayor one with the mandate. Austin is lost. It is not the old Austin you think it is. 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05:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You're listening to the best of Todd and don on news radio K O B. J this story about the possibilities. A real likelihood of Gregorio CAS are Becoming the mayor, protein, and it's just an absolute It confirms what we've all suspected, uh, is in that he has ambitions to ultimately be the mayor of Boston. And then where? You know whatever happens after that, which is an absolutely Beyond. Terrifying, surreal, bizarre thought of happening, but but it's a reality isn't it really, really could happen and I also see this as A signs of hope. As far as I think he does actually run for mayor. I really think it will bring the right in the more conservative aspect of Boston more closely together because I think it's gonna be hard fought to keep him from winning that office. Really, I think it is such a potentially dangerous Ah, area I would agree with you. It was if it was the Austin, Texas of 10 years ago, Austin is a completely different place. This is little Seattle on the Colorado He is a hero. Off the voting public in Austin, Texas. You know, I know what you're saying. But I still think those that would oppose him his candidacy. Ah would would come out and force I think it would wake What has unfortunately, been for the past many years of sleeping giant. I think it would. It would wake us up knowing what the sheer danger of this would be on. So this right away. What is your biggest fear? What would happen You say Ah, danger. I mean, number one, But I know the answer. But go ahead. Number one would be as we were talking about, hey, would want to disband the the police. Department. He would want that to essentially go away. I don't know what his option would be. I don't know what would he he would offer or suggest or having mind instead. But that scares me to death. Well, here's the thing. Everything that would come along with his brave. I'm listening right now, if you don't know What Greg Cassard talks about Specifically if you don't know what his goals are. Bye now. Then you're a dumb ass. This guy's been talking this way for years about disbanding police about not prosecuting certain crimes about single family dwellings being the enemy of the public single family dwellings. The destruction of the core family unit is what is in his socialistic card carrying Democrat Socialist Association. Mind. Uh on do think that Austin is going to rise up against that now. I don't believe it. I think that's how I think you've got wishful thinking. But I think you're completely wrong on that. I think Austin is completely gone. I think I I know what you're talking about, Todd? No, no, I know the reasons why you you would say and think that But I still think that as far as our overall population here in in in this town, it's um or conservative thinking and living town. Then then you would think, And I think again, him being listen. I think I can see Cal. You disagree with you. Okay? I think this this this wind by McKinsey Kelly for Ah, District six for City Council, beating Jimmy call again. Planting it. I think that was the beginning. Right there. I think it was like a little wake up call. It was like, okay, trunks clear was the beginning. I think Mackenzie Kelly got got the attention of the public because she seriously wants to solve the homeless crisis and she seriously supports police. But I think during Ellen's, uh, stay there in City council during her term. I don't think we were then where we are now and show. I think we're in a more didn't dangerous, precarious situation in this town that we were when Ellen was in office. I just think your approach to this how Austin's going to rise up conservatives are gonna rise up. I think that's dangerous to say. I think it's a better thing to say. Let's get rally together. Let's get motivated. This is bad. Let's get going because if you say Austin's gonna take care of it. People get fat and lazy, and they just okay? Yeah, we'll get other people to deal with that other people, other people to deal with that. And that's what happens. You know, That's why Alison Alter one because people got lazy and district 10 and they got tricked, and they weren't paying attention. Well, that's really not what I'm saying. I think that this will Maybe. Okay. Also, you know the right's gonna rise. Maybe that's not the way to put her to think about it. But I do think that we would see Maura of the right turn out. At a toothy the polling locations to vote If we had CAS are running Tomo to him to make sure that he would not have changed, even if he was even if it was Listen, I appreciate your positive thinking, but that's just Bravo, Sierra. The last several elections prove you wrong, man, Greg to start with the one with the mandate this mayor one with the mandate. Austin is lost. 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07:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A message Board post this week, Greg Cassard, who wants to be what he wants to be The emperor of Austin, Texas. He wants to be the Mayor Pro TEM and any basically says, we need to continue our efforts to address homelessness and police reform. And you gotta dig deep into what? He really believes it. It'll just shocked the hell out of you. Well, he says the status quo of the past has failed us. But the present state of affairs is not acceptable either. Be very clear, Greg, you've been there for a long time. You have made the homeless problem and are policing problem. Worse, he goes on to say we must house people experiencing homelessness and reform policing in a way that makes everyone More safe. Yeah, This was an open message board posting Greg Kiss. Our city already has the support in his quest for the mayor Pro TEM position from City Council member elect Vanessa Flynn, Tas and Kitchen Lesley Poole and P O Ren Torri era. Well, not this will be the first thing that Mackenzie killing votes. No. One Mayor Steve Adler posted on the message board yesterday, saying that he would support Greg to star in that role writing. Hey, says two guys are I will be directing my attention over the remaining two years of my term on joining with you and all of our colleagues in resolving the homelessness. And public safety issues now before us so now they're gonna fix it. Well, yeah. Get get it so bad. Then they come to the rescue, right? Jeff is in Georgetown. Good morning. Hey, Good morning, guys. You sir, I think things are gonna change with Trump getting back in for four years more years, And with the new City Council member things they're going to change. What do you mean? Well, I just believed as the fraud in a lot of these stolen elections that are being exposed that we're gonna have a lot more wins. Huh? Well, listen, I appreciate your positivity, man. Uh, I just don't feel the way you do. Oh, I wish I did. I mean, I'm leaning that way. I want to bad, but I guess I'm just not as hopeful the way you are you, Jeff. Well, I believe in God and God's in control, and he's changing things that I believe we're gonna have victory. All right. I'm all right. Thank you, man. Let's see. Brian is checking in from Liberty Hill. Hey, Brian. Hey, Brian. Good morning, guys. How you doing? Good. I live on the farthest side of Liberty Hill. You can live and, you know, formally noticed God's country. We're being overrun up here and what I want to beg and implore your listeners in Austin. You screwed that place up. You know, that was a beautiful city, and you neglected it. You destroyed it with your so called socialist dream. And then you look out here and you say, Wow, They got great schools. They got law enforcement. They have a great community and then a flood up here like refugees, and they don't change their mind Set. They screw it up. They start turning our area into their area and then they go. It's still screwed up balloon. What? What? What's going on? What's going on in Liberty Hill? What's what's got you worked up in Liberty Hill. What's happening Blue? Well, we're being flooded with Democrats. Williamson County turned blue. You know what I mean? It's happening. Georgetown's already gone round rock's gone and and now they're flooded. I need you. I don't know if you come up here much, but it's exploding up here. The problem is Many of them are Austin refugees that don't learn from their own mistakes. And all I'm begging is Hey, if you don't learn from your mistakes, stay there. Fix it. Live with it. Deal with it, but way live out here for a reason. We want to mind her own business and live in peace. And we get flooded by these people that hate what they created, But they don't change. They don't say Wait a minute. Didn't do something, or I didn't change what I was thinking I was wrong. They just continue to do the same thing. Right Insanity. Brian, listen. Listen, bride I live in Leander, man. I've seen it. I know what you're talking about, Man. Stay strong out there. I appreciate you all right, 51283605 90. So Austin Fire investigators, they need the community's help identifying two women. Who purchased gasoline and then allegedly set a homeless encampment on fire. Wow! Yeah. The Austin Fire Department reported that two women on Tuesday went to the Circle K on Spicewood Springs Road. About one o'clock in the afternoon had gas can they bought some gas, and investigators say they believe the women then drove to a homeless camp near US one of the three and Spicewood Springs road and used the gasoline to light it on fire. My father said that fire did not hurt anyone. But it did cause a lot of damage destroyed tense and personal belongings. That's still a crime, even if it's a homeless camp. Yeah, the store surveillance camera showed one woman. Inside and fire investigators hoping to find her, maybe identifying the seconds. They believe that the two women between the ages of 25 30, maybe Hispanic. Maybe White's. We've got photos that they've shared all over social media on our website. They were driving a great Nissan Ultima with a temporary license plates and damage to the driver's rear side. Anyone with information is being advised to call the fire departments and, yeah, help identifying these two. They believe that they set that fire on purpose. You know what I was thinking originally? Well, we're going to see a lot more of things like this because Austin is just getting so disgusted and it and really impatient with our homeless situation here. We might see more people acting out, but We were talking earlier. You made a point. Not think these might be actually could be a couple of people that were actually experiencing homeless, homelessness it sometime or another, and maybe have some kind of a personal issue with someone in that camp. It seems like some kind of revenge or scores. Whatever Whatever the story is, it's the reason why we need to get people out of the bloods and out from underneath bridges. Whatever it is, if it's Worst case scenario. It's vigilante arsonist that are mad at homeless people. And if that's the case, that's real bad man. That is really bad. It is. How are it could be just a couple of other people near homelessness, taking out some revenge on another homeless person, because the homeless community lives in a completely different world than you and I, If you ever seen that show 60 days locked in where you're locked in prison for 60 days, the rules are different. It's a completely different world different if you violate those rules. You get your butt kicked. Yeah, And this could be some sort of payback. Possibly. You don't know that's why they need to find these two. Especially in the fact these were women. That did it is. It doesn't seem like kind of thing that women would just ram Aly randomly. Hey, let's go burn down a homeless kid. I think there's got to be more behind it. I hope it's not what you what you originally thought it was vigilante ism because there are plenty of business owners. They're sick and tired of homeless people destroying their property. No doubt about it earlier this year when we had that woman that for that was forced into her own business at South Park Meadows by a homeless person and raped at knifepoint. Yes, People are getting fed up, man. People are fed up. Pip, you Sandy and South Austin. Good morning, Clay. Hey..

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07:24 min | 2 weeks ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"90. So this story about the possibilities? A real likelihood of Gregorio CAS are becoming the mayor. Protein. It's just an absolute confirms what we've all suspected, uh, is in that he has ambitions to ultimately be the mayor of Boston. And then where? You know whatever happens after that, which is an absolutely Beyond. Terrifying, surreal, bizarre thought of happening, but but it's a reality isn't it really, really could happen and and I also see this as A signs of hope. As far as I think he does actually run for mayor. I really think it will bring the right in the more conservative aspect of Boston more closely together because I think it's gonna be hard fought to keep him from winning that office. Really, I think it is such a potentially dangerous Ah, uh, scenario I would agree with you. It was if it was the Austin, Texas of 10 years ago, Austin is a completely different place. This is little Seattle on the Colorado. He is a hero. Off the voting public in Austin, Texas. You know, I know what you're saying. But I still think those that would oppose him his candidacy. Ah would would come out in force. I think it would wake What has unfortunately, been for the minute past many years of sleeping giant. I think it would. It would wake us up knowing what the sheer danger of this would be on. So this right away. What is your biggest fear? What would happen You say Ah, danger. I mean, number one is that I know the answer. But go ahead. Number one would be as we were talking about, hey, would want to disband the the police. Department. He would want that to essentially go away. I don't know what his option would be. I don't know what would he he would offer or suggest or having mind instead. But that scares me to death. Well, here's the thing. Everything that would come along with his brave. I'm listening right now, if you don't know What Greg Cassard talks about Specifically if you don't know what his goals are. Bye now. Then you're a dumb ass. This guy's been talking this way for years about disbanding police about not prosecuting certain crimes about single family dwellings being the enemy of the public single family dwellings. The destruction of the core family unit is what is in his socialistic card carrying Democrat Socialist Association. Mind. Uh on do think that Austin is going to rise up against that now. I don't believe it. I think that's I think you've got wishful thinking. But I think you're completely wrong on that. I think Austin is completely gone. I think I I know what you're talking about, Todd? No, no, I know the reasons why you you would say and think that But I still think that as far as our overall population here in in in this town, it's um or conservative thinking and living town Then then you would think, And I think again, him being listen. I think I can see Cal. You disagree with you, okay? I think this this this win by McKinsey Kelly for AH, District six for City Council, beating Jimmy calling in planning it. I think that was the beginning. Right there. I think it was like a little wake up call. It was like OK, Trump's clear was the beginning. I think Mackenzie Kelly got got the attention the public because she seriously wants to solve the homeless crisis. And she seriously supports police. But I think during Ellen's, uh, stay there in City Council during her term. I don't think we were then where we are now. And show. I think we're in a more dense, dangerous, precarious situation in this town that we were when Ellen was in office. I just think your approach to this how Austin's going to rise up conservatives are gonna rise up. I think that's dangerous to say. I think it's a better thing to say. Let's get rally together. Let's get motivated. This is bad. Let's get going because if you say Austin's going to take care of it. People get fat and lazy, and they just okay? Yeah, we'll get other people to deal with that other people, other people to deal with that. And that's what happens. You know, That's why Alison Alter one because people got lazy and district 10 and they got tricked, and they weren't paying attention. Well, that's really not what I'm saying. I think that this will Maybe. Okay. Also, you know the right's gonna rise. Maybe that's not the way to put her to think about it. But I do think that we would see him or of the right turn out. At the the polling locations to vote if we had CAS are running tomo to him, too, to make sure that he would not have changed, even if he was even if it was Listen, I appreciate your positive thinking, but that's just Bravo, Sierra. The last several elections prove you wrong man, Greg to start with the one with the mandate this mayor one with the mandate. Austin is lost. It is not the old Austin you think it is. It's not days infused in Moon towers. It's not that at all. It's F one racing Major league soccer in a CIA. Okay, Well, let let me it zah completely different city. I know what you're saying. Many old Austinites have haven't been paying attention for too long. I know what you're right. And I'm saying this might if he runs for mayor, and I think it's reality because his his desire to be Mayor Pro TEM, who had putting himself out there for that. Tells us we know where he's heading. So, but I think you're right. I think this would wake up that old Maybe. So Maybe this would be this would be what would put old Austin or whatever you wanna call over? This is what would completely push it over the cliff. Maybe something would be just wonder if there's enough. Enough voters well, A lot of people have moved. A lot of people get sick and tired. You've been talking about moving because you're tired of this city alive. We'll have already moved away. Even though I know property past again. It was an example of how people went to the polls, and they didn't know what they were seeing. And all they saw was something they thought would make Austin better. It was it was, they were either uneducated about this. Or or they were tricked with with wording. So, Todd that given that even though it passed, why did we not hear one time? The all the months and months and months We talked about it on this station ad nauseam. Why did we not get one single fricking phone call that was four property because they love Greg CAS are And they love paying higher taxes. No, I said Why? Why didn't we get a single call? That was four. Prop a. You're right. They were tricked at the polls. Absolutely. But listen, we get ahead of the game. You're talking about voting against him when he becomes mayor. No, I no, I don't think you understand what he could do was Mayor Pro TEM Because there's a real possibility there you're saying There's a real possibility that may rattle is going to be stolen for a beautiful federal job with his BFF Opie Buddha judge running the Transportation Department's edge, and if he gets pulled away, then Greg CAS are could be the acting mayor. If you will, for up to 12 months before they host an election to find the mayor. Hey, could get a lot done in 12 months. You're listening to the best.

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02:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Infectious disease expert, is urging Americans not to travel to see their family. In an interview with The Washington Post, Fauci said he and his wife are not going to see their three adult Children next week that she noted that many Americans ignored travel warnings over Thanksgiving and Christmas could not be travel as usual. There you go, so Yeah. Found. She says, you gotta stay home and even made a rad Loring. Greg, Correct SAR. And what's our little Doctor Fauci here on the Colorado? What's his name? Mascot? Yeah, let's go. Yeah, he's they've sent messages out to churches. They don't want you to get together. Celebrate Christmas this year or they want to keep us worked up, Don't they? They really want to keep us on edge. They really want to keep us scared to be out in the world. The more the longer this go on goes on, the more I realized that for the left and those who love socialism and 11 of socialist world that this is been there Super Bowl, it's their opportunity. And they want this to keep going as long as they can frickin keep it going area to feel it starting to concern me Now you know why people want ammunition and guns. Taking away livelihood. It is destroying families. That's why they want guns and ammunition. They feel as if their country is crumbling apart. 100,000 got a guy that's going to be in office that is trying to change and reimagine everything across this country. You've got Greg Cassard. That's about to be the mayor Pro TEM That's going to disband police going to He's not going to solve the homeless problem and you ask the question why people are concerned about their safety and they need to buy ammunition and guns. I did not the question I can't think of a more important time. For every American to own a gun. Every home should be armed by every single home. I didn't have a weapon. I did not ask that question. But I I I see it. It feels like we're heading in that direction. My my fear is that this is going to go it probably in many cases. It might have a lot of these restrictions or going on too long already, But I think a lot of them even after the The vaccine, and we've all had it or those of us that choose to have it have had it that we're still gonna be wearing these damn mass that we're still gonna have these limitations that are just not needed anymore. You're listening to the best of Todd and don on NewsRadio, K O B. J. So we got a lot of events coming up. It's the holidays like we've been talking about, and you want to be sure that everybody's healthy right and show you want to know about a PCR covert 19 tests that does not involve having a swab crammed up your nose all the way to the back your head. And it is also the gold.

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"Keep the 1.2 million Texans housed. It's 39 degrees and Leander right now, and I'm Patrick Osborne. You could get Austin News on demand at news radio. K l b j dot com This is Don and you are listening to the best of Todd and don right now, But we will be live in your ears at 5 30 will be until 10 so don't go anywhere and thank you for tuning in. You are listening to the best of tide and don on NewsRadio K O B. J. This story about the possibilities. A real likelihood of Gregorio CAS are becoming the mayor protest. And it's just an absolute It confirms what we've all suspected, uh, is in that he has ambitions to ultimately be the mayor of Boston. And then where, you know whatever happens after that, which is an absolutely Beyond terrifying, surreal bazaar thought of happening, but but it's a reality isn't it really, really could happen and I also see this as A signs of hope. As far as I think he does actually run for mayor. I really think it will bring the right in the more conservative aspect of Boston more closely together because I think it's gonna be hard fought to keep him from winning that office. Really, I think it is such a potentially dangerous Uh, scenario I would agree with you. It was if it was the Austin, Texas of 10 years ago, Austin is a completely different place. This is little Seattle on the Colorado He is a hero. Off the voting public in Austin, Texas. You know, I know what you're saying. But I still think those that would oppose him his candidacy. Ah would would come out and force I think it would wake What has unfortunately, been for the minute past many years of sleeping giant. I think it would. It would wake us up knowing what the sheer danger of this would be on. So this right away. What is your biggest fear? What would happen You say Ah, danger. I mean, number one, But I know the answer. But go ahead. Number one would be as we were talking about, hey, would want to disband the the police. Department. He would want that to essentially go away. I don't know what his option would be. I don't know what would he he would offer or suggest or having mind instead. But that scares me to death. Well, here's the thing. Everything that would come along with his loner listening right now, if you don't know What Greg Cassard talks about specifically if you don't know what his goals are by now. Then you're a dumb ass. This guy's been talking this way for years about disbanding police about not prosecuting certain crimes about single family dwellings being the enemy of the public single family dwellings. The destruction of the core family unit is what is in his socialistic card carrying Democrat Socialist Association. Mind. Uh on do think that Austin's gonna rise up against that now. I don't believe it. I think that's I think you've got wishful thinking. But I think you're completely wrong on that. I think Austin is completely gone. I think I I know what you're talking about, Todd? No, no, I know the reasons why you you would say and think that But I still think that as far as our overall population here in in in this town, it's um or conservative thinking and living town Then then you would think, And I think again, him being listen. I think I can see Callie disagree with you, okay? I think this this this win by McKinsey Kelly for Ah, District six for City council. Beating Jimmy will again planning it. I think that was the beginning. Right there. I think it was like a little wake up call. It was like, okay, trunks clear was the beginning. I think Mackenzie Kelly got got the attention of the public because she seriously wants to solve the homeless crisis. And she seriously supports police. But I think during Ellen's, uh, stay there in City Council during her term. I don't think we were then where we are now and show. I think we're in a more didn't dangerous, precarious situation in this town that we were when Ellen was in office. I just think your approach to this how Austin's going to rise up conservatives are gonna rise up. I think that's dangerous to say. I think it's a better thing to say. Let's get rally together. Let's get motivated. This is bad. Let's get going because if you say Austin's gonna take care of it. People get fat and lazy, and they just okay? Yeah, we'll get other people to deal with that other people, other people to deal with that. That's what happens. You know, That's why Alison Alter one because people got lazy and district 10 and they got tricked, and they weren't paying attention. Well, that's really on what I'm saying. I think that this will Maybe. Okay. Also, you know the right's gonna rise. Maybe that's not the way to put her to think about it. But I do think that we would see Maura of the right turn out. A toothy the polling locations to vote if we had CAS are running Tomo to him to make sure that he would not have changed even if he was even if it was Listen, I appreciate your positive thinking, but that's just Bravo, Sierra. The last several elections prove you wrong, man, Greg to start with the one with the mandate this mayor one with the mandate. Austin is lost. It is not the old Austin you think it is. You're listening to the best of Todd and don on NewsRadio. K O b. J Hey, everybody. Todd Jeffries here. Along with Don Prior. This is the best of the Todd and don show but stay with us were live coming up at 5 30 A news radio K l B. J some to start An increasing cloudiness signed today 63 cloudy, mild some rain tonight And although 57 from the Weather Center, I'm Steve Williams..

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07:24 min | Last month

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"Banana Republic Factory. Someone a message Board post this week. Greg Cassard, who wants to be what he wants to be The emperor of Austin, Texas. He wants to be the Mayor Pro TEM and any basically says, we need to continue our efforts to address homelessness and police reform. You gotta dig deep into what? He really believes it. It'll just shocked the hell out of you. Well, he says the status quo of the past has failed us. But the present state of affairs is not acceptable either. Be very clear, Greg, you've been there for a long time. You have made the homeless problem and are policing problem. Worse, he goes on to say we must house people experiencing homelessness and reform policing in a way that makes everyone More safe. Yeah, This was an open message board posting Greg Chris. Our city already has the support in his quest for the mayor Pro TEM position from City Council member elect Vanessa Fuentes and Kitchen Lesley Poole and P O Ren Torri era. He will not. This will be the first thing that Mackenzie Kelly votes No. One Mayor Steve Adler posted on the message board yesterday, saying that he would support Greg to star in that role writing. Hey, says two guys are I will be directing my attention over the remaining two years of my term on joining with you and all of our colleagues in resolving the homelessness. And public safety issues now before us so now they're gonna fix it. Well, yeah. Get get it so bad. Then they come to the rescue, right? Jeff is in Georgetown. Good morning. Hey, Good morning, guys. You sir, I think things are gonna change with Trump getting back in for four years more years, And with the new City Council member things they're going to change. What do you mean? Well, I just believed as the fraud in a lot of these stolen elections that are being exposed that we're gonna have a lot more wins. Mm hmm. Well, listen, I appreciate your positivity, man. Uh, I just don't feel the way you do. Oh, I wish I did. I mean, I'm leaning that way. I want to bad, but I guess I'm just not as hopeful the way you are you, Jeff. Well, I believe in God and God's in control, and he's changing things. And I believe we're going to have victory. All right. I'm all right. Thank you, man. Let's see. Brian is checking in from Liberty Hill. Hey, Brian. Hey, Brian. Hey, Morning, guys. How you doing? Good. I live on the farthest side of Liberty Hill. You can live and you know, formerly known as God's country. We're being overrun up here and what I want to beg and implore your listeners in Austin is you screwed that place up. You know, that was a beautiful city, and you neglected it. You destroyed it with your so called socialist dream. And then you look out here and you say, Wow, They got great schools. They got law enforcement. They have a great community and then a flood up here like refugees, and they don't change their mind Set. They screw it up. They start turning our area into their area and then they go. It's still screwed up. Baloo. What? What? What's going on? What's going on in Liberty Hill? What's what's got you worked up in Liberty Hill. What's happening blue? Well, we're being flooded with Democrats. Williamson County turned blue. You know what I mean? It's happening. Georgetown's already gone round rock's gone and and now they're flooded. I mean, I don't know if you come up here much, but it's exploding up here. The problem is Many of them are often refugees that don't learn from their own mistakes. And all I'm begging is Hey, if you don't learn from your mistakes, stay there. Fix it. Live with it. Deal with it, but way live out here for a reason. We want to mind her own business and live in peace. And we get flooded by these people that hate what they created, But they don't change. They don't say Wait a minute. I didn't do something, or I didn't change what I was thinking I was wrong. They just continue to do the same thing. Sanity. Brian, Listen, Listen, Brian, I lifted Leander. Man. I've seen it. I know what you're talking about, Man. Stay strong out there. Appreciate you all right? 51283605 90. So Austin fire investigators They need the community's help identifying two women who purchased gasoline and then allegedly set a homeless encampment on fire. Yeah. The Austin Fire Department reported that two women on Tuesday went to the Circle K on Spicewood Springs Road. About one o'clock in the afternoon had gas can they bought some gas, and investigators say they believe the women then drove to a homeless camp near US one of the three and Spicewood Springs road and used the gasoline to light it on fire by fighter said that fire did not hurt anyone. But it did cause a lot of damage destroyed tense and personal belongings. That's still a crime, even if it's a homeless camp. At the store surveillance cameras showed one woman inside and fire investigators hoping to find her, maybe identifying the seconds. They believe that the two women between the ages of 25 30, maybe Hispanic. Maybe White's. We've got photos that they've shared all over social media on our website they were driving a great Nissan Ultima. With a temporary license plates and damage to the driver's rear side. And anyone with information is being advised to call the fire departments. And, yeah, help identifying these two. They believe that they set that fire on purpose. You know what I was thinking originally? Well, we're going to see a lot more of things like this because Austin is just getting so disgusted and at and really impatient with our homeless situation here, we might see more people acting out, but We were talking earlier. You made a point. Not think these these might be actually could be a couple of people that were actually experiencing homeless, homelessness it sometime or another, and maybe have some kind of a personal issue with someone in that camp. It seems like some kind of revenge or scores. Whatever Whatever the story is, it's the reason why we need to get people out of the bloods and out from underneath bridges. Whatever it is, if it's Worst case scenario. It's vigilante arsonist that are mad at homeless people. And if that's the case, that's real bad man. That is really bad. It is. How are it could be just a couple of other people near homelessness, taking out some revenge on another homeless person, because the homeless community lives in a completely different world than you and I, If you ever seen that show 60 days locked in where you're locked in prison for 60 days, the rules are different. It's a completely different world different if you violate those rules. You get your butt kicked. Yeah, And this could be some sort of payback. Possibly. You don't know That's why they need to find these two, especially in the fact that you were women. That did it is. It doesn't seem like kind of thing that women were just Ram Aly, randomly. Hey, let's go burn down a homeless kid. I think there's got to be more behind it. I hope it's not what you what you originally thought it was vigilante ism because there are plenty of business owners. They're sick and tired of homeless people destroying the property. No doubt about it earlier this year when we had that woman that for that was forced into her own business. That South Park Meadows by a homeless person in and raped at knifepoint. Yes, People are getting fed up, man. People are fed up. Yep. Yep. Yep. Yep. Sandy in south Austin. Good morning, Clay. Hey. Hi. Wonderful guys. See you this Yes. You know, it's Sandy. Thank you so much for all the information you put out there. I just wanted to say working with cancer. Kelly was awesome this year, and I'm so proud of what awesome nights have done..

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03:18 min | Last month

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"There is not anything to support that could take the idea, not the person. Well, that's what we're focused on is just traffic flow improve. As a result of all this thinking did does anything about our city infrastructure improve? As a result of this thinking there's the homeless issue, which is a damn tragedy here. An absolute absolute emergency situation doesn't help that. What a waste of time. What of what A bunch of Bs, man What? Absolutely What example of people trying to justify their positions with anything? It smells like freshly baked cookies. When I read it, as it really does is, I don't know what we got this story on the tide of Don show Facebook page. People are weighing in with their comments. You you want to read a few of these? Oh, brother here use these little Children this week is that here's Steve says, Can we? The citizens of Austin write a contract for the mayor and the City Council. Somehow these people do understand they work for us. That's true. They don't Francisco says. What a bunch of snowflakes Todd Todd says. I'm sure the criminal social militant elements of the city will be so enthralled inspired by your social contract. Heather, right? You think You think? Well, there's a lot of groups here in town. You think they're going to embrace this? Yet another reason why we've got to get as sane, conservative voice in that city Council. We've got to have somebody in the corner that is just screaming to the top of their lungs that this is a bunch of crap. Because that's all it is, Ivo says. This is embarrassing. These people are acting like they're still in high school, giving themselves a little project and corrected and congratulating each other for a job. Well done. Well. It's called inviting wonder if here's what Brenda says. Why don't you just practice what you preach? That's a good that's a good That's it right. There is the city counts. That's a good and here, Cheryl says OMG. Are they running the city Council like a kindergarten? Yeah. Yes, they they are, And they also speak to the citizens of Austin Judy Center in kindergarten, Judy says, support ideas, evidence and experience of which they have none. It's a good point. There you go. But don't seriously, doesn't it feel going through that that nauseated Spiel there and all these requests as far as promoting diversity and inclusivity. Doesn't it sound like a teacher talking to a bunch of little kids? Doesn't it doesn't sound like a Lesson in class. Yeah, it does. I don't know. It's worse than that. It's it's worse than yeah, it does feel like the talking down to people that Jimmy Flanagan is a pro and expert he has He has corner has a monopoly on talking down to people. That's just the kind of person he is. That's why McKinsey Kelly, so we'll look so good. As far as a candidate. Yep. I mean across the board, but I don't know it just great work. It just seems like they're saying these things just to pat themselves on the back because Greg Cassard doesn't talk like this. They'd none of the City Council talks to the voters the way that they want you to behave in this social contract. Sounds like you haven't resistance to inviting wonder I do I do that Todd and don.

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05:50 min | 2 months ago

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"Again. Factory or gap factory dot com Through November 12 9 16 Times, Jeffries and don prior. A And it seems like face mask of required just about everywhere you go these days, but there was still a number of states that Have not declared a statewide face mask. Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska. We could go on and on and on South Carolina to see Wyoming. We have one here. While these states do not enforce any statewide mask requirement, many counties and cities they got their own rules in place. But every county is the same. I mean, Travis County's a whole lot different than some remote county in Nebraska, right? Yeah, but they got like a couple of 100. People live in there. Sure, so the rules are obviously a little bit different, Joe Biden said once you wanted She gets an office. His first priority will be working with the governors and mayors on a nationwide facemask requirements. We're doing it. We're doing it, Joe. Heavy heavy. I know you haven't been, You know, really out from your basement all that much. But if you if you've looked around, we're all doing it. We're all doing it to the point where we're sick of doing it. We're all doing it. Probably more than we really should be doing it. We're doing it automatically. Now we do it. Doctor s Scott hitting. We may roll back capacity in our local restaurants on 75% to 50%, Man. I tell you, Scott, you're you're playing with fire. You really are you push back on, that is going to be huge. There is no Evidence that go into 50% versus 75% better. There may be some pushback by restaurant owners, but there will not be pushed back by voters of Austin, Texas. Certainly not. Our mayor is a deep progressive city now, man. I don't know, man. We're a city that loves to eat out. But But we've got a mayor in a city council who have not once uttered a breath of Get out. Support your local business. Go to restaurants just be safe while doing it. I've never It's damnedest thing I've ever seen. And he and Greg Cassard man, they want office with the mandate. They are what the people wanted in Austin, Texas. Ah, you got to start thinking like them. If you want to survive in this they are what an extremely uninformed sector of our population wanted. Yes, for sure. Rick on the tide of Don show. Good morning. Well, it's here. Cousin Nicholas Nick, I'm sorry, Cedric on my screen. I apologize. What's on your mind? Love the show. I just wanted to come in there. That's the reason I don't use the toll road brought up their increasing by 33 cents. Every time I pass a toll booth was light truck. You know, a small business loan company that our trailer every single time I had told Louise to cost him seven bucks. That's Yeah, yeah, Over a period of time. You just can't do it. If you drive Georgetown Beard, it's about $32. Wow. Is it because of the additional Axl's. If you add two more get, like an 18 Wheeler unit's completely unaffordable and 90% of the time. It takes longer on the toll road than it does on 35. So if you're up in Europe in Williamson County, I think up in that area and you have to go down to haste, counting on a project you drive through. I 35 obviously it takes you longer. No 35 faster than alone. I guess you're going to different times a day. Would you say if I avoid it too? If it cost that much for May? Yeah, Yeah, we'll start with us. I have everybody started like 9 30 10 o'clock in the morning. So we missed tribe. We work until about 6 30 at night. There's no time to go back. There you go. Noto was pretty smart. Yeah, well, listen, The state of Texas does not on that section of the roadway that Spanish company called Central does. And you could think you could think Senator Kirk watching at the time for selling it. And and yeah, there you go. It's kind of the worst section of the roadway to it's kind of bumpy and wavy, and then you might hit a hog. That's been the problem through their lot of lot of wild hogs run it through their Listen. Austin based torches. Tacos continues its expansion outside of Texas, the company announced just last month it was opening locations in North Carolina. Indiana and now torchy says it's expanding in Tennessee. All of those new locations were expected to open in spring of next year's expanding these restaurants, expanding their in the pandemic. Green Chili Port, Man, Grain Chilli Porter, I love torches, but it appears torches loves their torches to man. Their expensive They are very proud of their very pricey of their of their tortillas and meet. They're very proud of that. No doubt about it. But people, I guess it marksman. It works right will line up for I guess its price just right because they're buying it. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it is kind of. Ah, they have a real kind of cult following man. It's It's just hard core hardcore following its great stuff. Yeah, absolutely, man. What do you What do you get there in the green? Shelly? Poor in Chile. Pork. It's unbelievable. So good. Yeah, but you gotta want it. You gotta And in my case, you know you risk having someone breastfeeding their baby behind you so that that was my What about is we've talked about many times, mon torches experience there, So I'm not going to go into that again, but yeah, the green Chili Port Lovett that happened in a Torchia was in. Did you know that? I have told that story a million times. That was not what I thought it was in a food trailer, son. No, no, no. That's what I know. That was in the torches that was in line. Ah, woman flopping or move out and breastfeeding right behind it was that the was at the daily promotion would like that. You in the door. What? Now that you've said that you've got to tell the story again, I'm gonna have I'm goingto know. Whatever you bring up, we're going Todo. It was again standing in line at that torches. That time it was it was it was. It was my brush with the most. What would have had to be the most militant breast Peter from the face of the planet and her her husband.

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01:36 min | 2 months ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Tactical alert, which means that every officer in the department regardless of where they work will be in uniform. And will have their equipment and ready to respond Cheekbones. His AP respects People's right to peacefully protest in a symbol, but it has to be within the law. Robert wouldn't use RADIO KO BJ accounts remember Greg Cassard has a challenger today. Ramsey's set up, Henry says he is a gay ICO Socialists and his pro progressive for drug and sex work, legalization or decriminalization. Healthcare for our college for all slavery, reparations, living wages, a bashing police Onions and qualified immunity is also for getting money out of politics and claims to be completely self funded while simultaneously take a swipe at us are unlike the Curia Council member Greg who takes over 98% of his monetary contributions from people outside of his district. And even outside of ST John Cooley, NewsRadio, kale, BJ 7 33. Here's Austin's on Time Traffic with Melinda Brandt. Just seen congestion on 35 north manager making your way in from Butte. It starts right around South told 45 to a staff Me and again in between old orphan Cesar Chavez. We've got a couple of injury, Rex reported, as well when it's south first and staff me another Springdale in Tuscany way. And then a water line break has Lavaka close between 5th and 6th Street. You're next reports at 7 45 and Melinda Brant with Austin's on time traffic today, partly sunny, Pleasant Day, the high Today 80. It'll be clear and chilly tonight with a low near 45 from the Weather Center. I'm Steve Williams. This segment.

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01:33 min | 2 months ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Needs to be patient tonight, because if there's one thing I think we should be able to agree in our democracy that every eligible voter Who votes deserves to have their voice heard on their vote counted, City Council member Greg Cassard is facing a challenge today. Ramsey's set up, Henry says he is a gay ICO Socialists and his pro progressive for drug and sex work, legalization or decriminalization. Healthcare for our college for all slavery, reparations, living wages, a bashing police unions and qualified immunity is also for getting money out of politics and claims to be complete. At least self funded while simultaneously take a swipe at Kas are unlike the carrot councilmember Greg, who takes over 98% of his monetary contributions from people outside of his district. And even outside of ST John Cooley, NewsRadio Kale BJ November 16th of Maynor School district will keep the doors closed in Lagos Elementary officials say the decision was made after a staff member working on campus tested positive for covert 19. The campus is closed and cruise they're going to conduct deep cleaning operations. 6 33 K LBJ. Here's Austin's on Time traffic with Don Prior. Yeah, we've got your normal delays Building North found 35 from been white up, Tio. Well, pretty much all the way up to Cesar Chavez right now, and we've got builds up slaughter of to stash Nate don Prior with Austin. Time.

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KLBJ 590AM

03:21 min | 2 months ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Not used again? I think they're making reference to the bean bag. Guns. Yes, things like that spray. Maybe they go on to say, how will you ensure that really threats of violence? Such as those posed by domestic terrorist and white supremacist groups are addressed with the seriousness they deserve, given the recent reports that this that these extremist groups were treated differently and less forcefully than peaceful protesters Then I go on to say, How will you ensure the department will begin to rebuild trust with the public as a relates to safety. First Amendment events through clear communication and accountability. Hiss hate hatred towards the police is so blatant flight. It's so blatant, Come on. He's not the only one It's an entire city of Austin Public Safety Committee that sent this letter and Greg Cassard just kind signed on and said, Yeah, I kind of I agree with that. Because are you bite my ass? So there you go. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. Well, I say Unbelievable. I totally believe it. I totally believe it. What? We don't want any other incidents happening. You know that. We're you know, innocent people hurt. Nobody wants that. No, and it was back in spring. In which Ah, 20 year old Justin, how 16 year old Brad Levi Ayala and Ah, I can't remember the name of C Erica Martin. I think it was a pregnant woman. And several street medics with impact munitions during several days of protest after the killing of George Floyd, This is part of this letter that they're concerned about him reading it right here from this letter that Greg CASS are endorses. They want to make sure that something like that doesn't happen again. Yeah, I understand the concern about that. But his his. His questioning here is very, very aggressive. It's passive aggressive. It's but it's same time just reeks of hate. It does. And it's almost like he's hoping that it happens again so he could go told you so. Well, I mean, I think there is some real concern about some possibility of violence in downtown off. There is concern because there because there are AH wide variety of groups. That are expected to converge on our city and other cities, and they don't like each other, and it's really beyond public safety. It's really beyond a P D. It's really beyond the City Council. It's it's more of a Hey, that's AH Hotbed city. Let's go there and start some trouble. There's a wide variety of groups on both sides of this. You know, I mean, I don't even know some of the names of these groups, but they outline them in this This memorandum. Pretty interesting, though. Minutes Yeah. Well, it yes, there's legitimate concern, but same time it outlines his absolute hatred of our police department zone of this. There's no doubt that Greg Cassard wants to disband. The AP has talked about it. He has tweeted about it. That's his ultimate extreme socialism. You know, ideas. And not once has he offered unaltered native he has not offered a better what he would deem a better alternative. Let's go, Teo Kevin in Austin. Good morning, Kevin. Hey, Kevin. Good morning, Eyes. Beautiful day in Austin, Texas. Yes, sir. Hey, I just so I don't know how great a sorrow he's not married yet. So how can he take? You Don't have no, actually, uh nine other City Council members in the mayor. What? Actually talking about? Sir. What do we want?.

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05:32 min | 4 months ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Happened. Yeah, The aunty from member says this is the shooting was definitely linked to the day of protest that rock Portland last Saturday. I've noticed that they keep saying that it's not clear that it's related to the protests. That's a lie. They know that is related to the protest. Reinhold was arrested in July. And another antifa protest in Portland. Then he was charged with carrying a gun and fighting with the police. And the Portland prosecutor dropped the charges. Originally in that original case back in July, Well, yeah, you could even hearing his voice. You don't sound convinced himself that he was justified in this or maybe in his mind. He is, but I didn't believe him for a second here. And you know, he's somebody that's been looking for Aun excuse to power, his gun, and he did, and it was obviously didn't didn't work out too well for well. They tried to apprehend him at his apartment yesterday about 7 30. And he pulled a gun on the federal agents. There is not a good idea and they ended up shooting him dead right there outside his apartment had been going to this protest. Nightly, armed, threatening to hurt people has hurt people. I thought the police injured. The police arrested many times of these protests. He had that fist symbol on the side of his neck. He has been seen in a lot of video, causing a lot of destruction and hurting a lot of people. And so finally, finally, the feds go apprehend this guy. Hats off to the feds. But where were you months ago? Feds. How is it that this group has been able to simmer and particulate when you got the fads, the FBI, the CIA, the NSA monitoring tracking these people? How is it? That they have been able to a massive such large groups right under our noses. Maybe it's because the fans have been too busy chasing down Russian collusion, things like that on not keeping an eye on the home front. That's exactly right. Yeah. How did you get Teo how to get this far and another. Another reason for local police need to be able to do everything that is within their power. They need to be able to do their job. Everybody in law enforcement needs to be able to Do their job and let things you know not not good to this. Not to mention how frustrating it is. When you got D A's. They're dropping the charges. So you you hire your train? You tell cops. Here's your weapon. Here's your badge. Go out and catch bad guys, And then they do catch bad guys in the act, And then you got a D A that drops the charges. Why the hell what the police even go out and apprehend people. You know what I'm saying? Why would they put themselves in that situation? I thank God for the federal agents that showed up to his apartment because the local cops couldn't and wouldn't I have such a hard time understanding any element of this because I cannot put myself in thes people shoes that choose to go out and carry out their beliefs like this and carry out their agenda like this with guns on the street every day, every night on in the that's what they're doing with their life, And I think that makes a better world. Or maybe maybe it's not to make a better world problems as it is to make the world the worst place. The problem issues you got. You got folks in the right arming themselves to protect Things and themselves, and they got those on the left that are arming themselves to burn buildings and caused destruction. Which side are you on? I mean, if you think about it, you got one political party that supports, you know. Ah, radical violence. Right? That it would appear. And then on the other side there often described as vigilantes, which is the wrong word, but they love to protect and, you know, protect businesses and protect the people. You know, It's just It's just an interesting I thought it is. 6 41 Governor Greg Abbott once again expressed his interest in possibly stripping the Austin City Council. Of its authority over the police department in a tweet this week, Abbott says the personnel other where the proposal is to let you know state takeover a PT, it's still Ah tracked a strategy that he's considering. And and he says the mayor and the council have disrespected law enforcement. Endanger the public in an invited chaos into the city. I know there's a long road for this to happen. If it does happen, it would they released would be next September before this could go through. If it does go a long, long way to go. I love the idea. I think it's a fantastic idea, given the fact that for the obvious reasons that we have a city government that doesn't support them, a CZ well as a lot of taxpayers that don't support him as well, but I think the majority overwhelmingly support them. But in this case, the idea of law enforcement overseeing law enforcement is versus the city. Ah to me a much better solution. City Councilman Greg Cassard, he tweeted out In response. His tweets out. Austin is the safest big city. We're not scared of authoritarians tweets written by bullies. And black lives matter. That's how a Greg gas are responded. He also says, threatening to take over Austin police because he wants to distract from his massive failure to protect Texans from covert 19. That's what Greg Hussars says about Abbot. What is this guy talking about? His will keep fighting. This will keep fighting for civil rights in the safety in Austin. I wish the governor would do the same. 6 42 here, A K. L. B. J. The title Don show. 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05:25 min | 6 months ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Apparently, those are peaceful protestors, according to Ah, The House Judiciary Committee Democrats, it is on the left rose colored glasses there, man. Also, the Austin City Council is on the verge of declaring racism is a public health crisis. So what do I do? Going forward? I don't know. That's my question. I don't know what your orders are as part of this, but Ah, I'm sure Greg Cassard will give you an assignment. If you wish. Maybe tin can help tank isn't down valley this morning, Tim. Good morning. Morning. Take it morning. I love your show. But listen, you guys are missing out on a great opportunity here. City Council wants to declare racism as a public health crisis. Declare yourselves that's consultants who have a vaccine. Once they hear that multi $1,000,000 contract you tell them Here's the vaccine. Rename Racism problems off. There you go. There you go. We could make some money off of this was easy. Would it be great if there was a shot for this? What do you think about this about this story about the City Council, considering Naming, you know, Racism is a public health crisis. Just your thoughts well, considering the extensive medical background that they have a right to give it as much chance of being organized as a soup sandwich. There you go, said sandwich. Thank you, Tink 5123605 So what, three Austin City Council members have rolled out proposals to shift money and responsibilities away from the Austin Police Department. Amid these protests against police brutality and calls too Defund. The agency Councilman Greg Cassard, Jimmy Flanagan and Leslie Pull. The most progressive of the progressives on the City Council all posted proposals on the council's online message board. Outlining ways to revamp policing in Austin. Now, Greg Kosar suggested three amendments to the city's proposed budget that would remove internal affairs and forensics from the police Department and shift the money from previously scheduled police cadet class programs to prevent violence and other harm in the city. Such programs could include family violence shelters. Homeless services and housing and mental health care, Among other things, he says, that does sound like a beautiful world. We're getting rid of the forensics department way. Had a DNA crime lab issue got too long ago. And now Cassatt wants to get rid of the forensics. So you know forensics. It's overrated. It's never solved anything. I don't understand. Well, I mean, sometimes there might be an advantage to having you know some some aspect of Ah, department completely separated, So it's it's Maur. I don't know more focus on it better, but you know, less distraction. I have no idea. That's the thing. They they say they throw this out there. But what is the justification for it? Here's what Sarge says. He says these. These three initial amendments alone would have about $40 million impact and combined with amendments proposed by my colleagues and future amendments. For me, we could easily reach Mohr than $100 million in change in the police Department budget towards Progressive change, he says. That's what he wrote on the on the message progressive change. Now Flanagan has proposed a plan to reconstruct police operations into separate departments with independent department heads and civilian executive leadership. In the city manager's office. Now there's also an effort underway at Austin City Hall, not necessarily at City Hall. But there's an effort underway to push this city to become a mayor. Dominant city. We're not a mayor, dominant city where a city manager city. The city manager, runs the city. Spencer Kronk runs the day to day operations of the city, and there is a push. Similar, like other cities with the mayors have a little bit more authority than just a city manager run city. There's an effort the hand Mohr power more authority, I guess to the mayor's position. To think about that. Think about how overnight Austin, Texas could easily become a Portland or Seattle just like that. Oh, Laura, Chicago, Chicago. We probably become a Chicago quicker what has happened in this town? I know it's been a long, gradual thing, but just the past couple of months. What has happened here is Eyes frightening it again. I talked about fact of being a long lifetime. Also tonight, and for the first time I'm seriously considering about moving out of the city limits we've given up on your sister, so I still want to work giving up on it. Giving up on your city Is Austin, Texas Worth fighting for? Well, that's a very good question. You love. Sex is right. It is worth. Your father is buried here. Your family. You've got a lot of long stories here, multigenerational, multi generation and and you're the generation to give up on the city. I go deep here. Well, the thing is, I don't want to give up on it. But the thing is Todd. It feels like it feels like it's a lost cause. It doesn't because I don't know. The horse is out of the barn. Yeah, I don't know who comes to the rescue. What comes to the rescue? I don't. I don't know. If it can happen in my lifetime. It feels like it. It's gone. It's going. Listen, I want to tell you about my friends at son Lux. Because solar is happening right now. It's not the future and what's really cool about it Having a solar system on your home? Is your home no longer sending a bill to the to the electric company. They're going to continue jacking up your rates. But when you install a solar system in your home, you lock in your rates, and that meter that's on the side of your house starts spinning in the other direction. 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"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:32 min | 6 months ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"20% savings now through Sunday, only a diamond's direct open Sunday Someone played more from this press conference last night in regards to these federal agents being sent into a variety of cities. Albuquerque, Chicago in Portland, you know, a lot of people are very critical of these unidentified agents violating constitutional rights. Apprehending people who were trying to set federal buildings on fire. By the way, well, they're pretty upset, and there's no doubt let's listen. I've seen news reporting that the news reporting tweet after tweet saying quote, you know unidentified, You know, Master stormtroopers again. I want to put stuff on, the secretary said. It is offensive offensive to reform to refer to these dedicated, um men and women there are out there as long enforcement professionals to make that reference. It is disgusting, and it's also a lie. As you can see, we've shown you time and time again. So you saw you saw the markings of the deputy, Dr Klein put out. I wanted it to blow that up to show you are more tacky things. For example, This is a benefit identification. Every single one of them has on their uniforms. And this is a baseline. This is a baseline. Yeah, they have a variety of badges. If you will, and a number. They're identifying number for that particular officer, then write that particular Law enforcement officers. They did have names. They did have their names on their on their uniforms. But they had to take that off. Because these antifa types they like to harass. It's called detoxing. You've heard that were Doc's sick right? Some people have it, but it's It's where these antifa types docks ing that gets your name, and then they start publishing and posting online where you live. Your kids names, your cell phone number, your wife's name and, well an attempt to intimidate people. So what? They took the names off because they didn't want their families put in jeopardy, right? I mean, if he's if these punks these pasty scared punks want to burn down a federal building What do you think they would do it? Owen officers home. Of course, they're capable of anything. Working their animals. They're absolute animal. So, yeah, I understand why they would not want their names on here. It's It's very, very dangerous situation for them. Now there's going to be a lot of talk about this war on cops today in Austin City Hall. Yeah, the first of two public meetings is getting under way for the proposed to city budget for 2020 2021. It started about 10 o'clock this morning, and more than 400 people have signed up to speak. So people are angry. Boston Mayor Steve analyst at a large group of speakers equals about 13 hours of speak time. Someone ordered to hear everybody. The counsellors scheduled two times in two hour blocks for people to call in and provide input. They're going to get started at 10 o'clock this morning and, of course. You know, the hot topic undoubtedly is going to be the funding of Austin police. Yeah, and right now there is there's no Absolutely no justification. All the justification is there to add more police. I mean, overnight again again Overnight. We had bullets flying in Austin, Texas, Shots fired during a police chase in North Austin overnight. We had bullets flying night before that. It's becoming almost a daily thing to see a headline that involves bullets, bullets flying between police and somebody else In this proposal, City manager Spencer Cranky You know he's pencilled in the A P. D s budget at 434 million That's 11 million less than the city's initial proposed budget back in April, which you know that was before George Floyd's death and sparked those protests across the country. And there you go. It's only a $200,000 decrease. Total in the 2019 20 budget. So the public input meeting proposed Teo, You know, budget. Gonna vote on it sometime in mid August is expected and you know they're going to talk about, you know some deeper cuts at a P d. Greg Cassard, Jimmy Flanagan. Mayor Steve Mather. They're all supporting and others deeper cuts as much as $100 million from the Austin budget Police budget Which is a totally random number. I mean, where did they? How did they justify that number? You're right. What's that? Based on? It's It's one of those things that somebody screamed in a protest dollars. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, And that's how they came up with it, You know, not based on needs concerns and goals, but just based on feelings that let's cut 100 million I mean, you know it's it's not that there might not be room somewhere for some budget cuts. Maybe it's just to improve efficiency or move money, Ram. We need money, more money funding over here versus less here there. I mean, that's always worth it. That's called an audit. Which, of course they worded so we would vote that down, but But the There's always room for that, but not just cut 100 million just because we need to cut 100 million and 100 million is shut. Not pulled out right out of my butt. So, Yeah. So Austin police? Yeah, you mentioned a few minutes ago, but the shooting overnight the Austin police. They haven't reported any injuries from this early morning Chase. It ended in gunfire. This happened near Rutland Metric. At this point, it's still not clear who fired the shots. But HPD says the situation began about 4 30 this morning when DPS troopers tried to make a traffic stop. No one involved in the chase was Hit by any of the rounds. So they're still on the scene investigating that incident. Yeah, I mean, just these. These bullets flying headlines just seem to be becoming Mohr Morva Norm here in Austin as of late. Speaking of our police. This's a rather controversial story that we've been following the outgoing Travis County District attorney Margaret Mohr, Lola says. Until she leaves office. There won't be any movement on the Javi Air Ambler and Mike Ray. Most cases these air cases involving while Williamson County Javier Rambler and the In custody death and in Austin, the Mike Ramos shooting. Both men died during interactions with police and Mohr had said that she would send the cases to the grand jury next month but has changed her tune since her election loss. Maur expects Democrat Jose Garza the win, and she says he should make the decision Teo to do this. There you go. Now. He's not the only candidate for the district attorney's office. I got Martin Harry on the Republican conservative side that wants to be the district attorney Jose Garza, formally running the workers defence project is He's got some incredibly reimagined ideas for law enforcement and the judicial system here in Travis County. It's pretty interesting story. Why does she not want to administer justice? Why does she want to keep this community? Ah, you know, holding our breath on this story. Don't I mean, you got some? You got some officers and deputies involved in trying to get on with their lives. And probably would want this case to be presented now, so they can, you know, get this all behind him, But instead, it could be. It could linger out there a little bit more. I don't understand them. And let's be clear Democrat Jose Garza. He would love He wouldn't love it. He's salivating right now for the opportunity. Prosecute a couple of law enforcement officers. He loves it, man. Why does she want to give him that pleasure? Good question. What is well, she's Democrat. He's a Democrat. Maybe it's a gift. You know that kind of thing? Maybe it's a gift. I mean, she she feels listen. This is the obviously the public wanted. They want him, not me. But beyond that, I don't know. I don't understand the motivation unless you just don't wanna have. I don't think it's a matter of. She just didn't want to mess with it. There's got to be something beyond that. It's highly political. It's highly charged. Both of these are very controversial cases. That potentially could get national attention and there's there. Ah, Maybe she just thinks she's not prepared to deal with it because there's such big cases and doesn't want Teo throwing up in the you know. In our current discussion right now, I don't know. You made two big to start at this point that any start fresh with can occupy that office. I guess I don't know. I just think the cases would probably be handled it a little bit different. With a different person in office a little bit more in the middle. You know what I mean? Not extreme. The way guards so we don't have that here in Austin. No, we do not. It is 6 55 here, A k. LBJ, Todd and don show They having a remodeled job done on your home. 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"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:51 min | 6 months ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To the Todd and Don show we're alive. It's gonna be one of those days. Five Windows 50.5 90. Now. Here are Todd and done. There you go 605 times. Geoffrey's a little gone pride here on the tide of done, she would be Get over this year, but a tough morning. Well, then I'm there in the stand. Apparently wasn't Jae Shin that did this might have been the real estate show after him, So I don't know who gave me names, Man. I don't know how many names right now. But I got to track this down. What happened? It was it was it like a slim fast shake that expelled it some kind of something and chocolate in nature that was liquid exploded over here and there's no surface that went untouched. No surface whatsoever. Nobody claimed it on no. Apparently it happened and they went well, That's unfortunate. Okay, let's do the show. Then I'll leave. Very That's not a good coat. No, that's that's not team. You're gonna be okay. Though you could be on make it make it. Listen, because today is a big deal, Man. First of all, congratulations to the far deep loved progressive Democrat socialist of Travis County. They're Super Bowl big victory for you guys last night. And everybody listening that lives in Travis County. You want a business in Travis County? This this is probably the most important story of the day. It could be more important. Then coming up with a vaccine for this virus is a matter of time. Maybe it could be because it will determine what crimes are prosecuted in Travis County going forward. We're on the verge of becoming Seattle with. Well, Travis County District Attorney Margaret More also a Democrat, She'd lost her fight to keep that job last night, and she was a little bit more closer to the middle. And a lot of conservatives and Republicans had no problems with her, but they will not have as many problems with her as they're goingto have. With Jose Garza from the Workers Defence project, Mohr conceded the Democrat primary runoff with challenger Jose Garza and Well, that is well, that's great news. War of Greg Asar. He's very excited about this Greg Cassard he tweeted out last night, Jose Garza will be Austin's new district attorney, and I believe he will be the most Progressive D A in America. Yeah, an organizer, a public defender at the helm of our justice system. As we call for an end to mass incarceration, the movement achieve this. S so there you go. The protesters who got arrested recently. You know they're not going to face any charges with delagarza being the county attorney. Rightly. And now you've got Jose Garza, the Travis County District attorney prosecuting all those big crimes and Travis kind of crimes, you know? He's it looks like he's what he's going unchallenged in November, So he's your new, uh, New D, a Travis County from the Workers defence project about that, You know, I was looking at Ah, Hager's win over Royce West. It wasn't exactly an overwhelming win, which might mean her struggle against corn and might be ah, little tougher. Well, tougher thiss Travis County D a spot. I'm trying to get you to pay attention, Don, because this is a matter of your personal safety. Travis County with Jose Garza as your D A becomes AH, less safe place. He got the endorsement of Bernie Sanders last night. Bernie Sanders endorse Jose Garza on becoming the next Travis County district attorney. It's a big deal. Yeah. Yep. Well, listen, It's just It's incredible what's happening right now. It's just It's really, really kind of surreal seeing what have far left. This is all going. Yeah, it feels like it's absolutely spinning out of control. I just wonder what kind of relationship that's Jose Garza is gonna have with local police. You know what I mean? Yeah, this's it's a big deal. Because the entire you know, mood and feel of Travis County has totally abandoned any, you know, conservative family values, and now it's all deep progressive to the left. Oh, yeah. Get ready, Austin. 60 night in time for the Rush Update Last Saturday, two police officers in McAllen, Texas, responded to a domestic dispute call both the officers were ambushed and murdered by the suspect, who then took his own life. One of the slain officers is males. Chavez leaves an 18 year old daughter, Savannah Chavez, She posted an emotional tribute to rid and on social media, praising him as a hero who died doing the job he loved. She said That words could not describe her pain. She wrote that she would miss her dad very much. But she was glad that he was a piece she closed with the words blow lives matter, And within minutes, the ugliness of social media reared its hateful head. The grieving 18 year old was attacked as a racist. For saying blue lives matter. She was told that her father had a choice of becoming a cop. As if that justified his murdered two things first. The left wants to send social workers instead of police to domestic disturbances like this. Well, that's not going to end. Well, Second, the American left these heartless liberals will not even respect the feelings of a teenage girl who just lost her father. Vile, bitter, politically inspired hatred, all that counts in their world. Savannah Chavez. Grief doesn't matter them at all. It was probably only 10 or 12 of them. That's the thing about this, making themselves look like tens of thousands. You know, truth is no lives of any color really matter of these people, and they shouldn't matter to us because they're non entities. Who are they? 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"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:44 min | 7 months ago

"greg cassard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You're having a great day. 51283605 90. Mayor Steve Adler in the Austin City Council say they're very strongly considering ordering a 35 days shutdown of the Austin economy. They say it worked back in March and April, and it will work again. We're talking about that with you. And this is Tim in South Austin. Hello, 10. Good morning. Hey, Good morning. I find thank you. Well, it appears that the mayor and the other members of the Central Planning Committee there are angry that the citizenry did not follow all of their edicts to the letter now to punish us with 35. They shut down the further financially harm us. Force us into compliance. I think when he talks about how When we come out, people will. What he means is you've been punished. You know better. We will do this again. If you do not follow architects now. Yeah, that's ah, That's that's the right way to look at it, Tim, and it would be devastating to so many businesses for 35 that are barely hanging on right now. This is what it can do to punish the capitalists in this society and force us into some kind of a central planning model where they control all aspects of of production. This is this is this is very And I think they're going to do it. Tim, you can see the Momenta building. They sure want to Jim Thank you. 51283605 90. It would be interesting to hear from any lawyers because we thought yesterday the behind the scenes was probably discussing with some of the lawyers on whether or not they have a ground to stand on. I would like to hear from many lawyers as to how they would have would have advised them. Do they have a ground to stand on? Isn't just wasting money. ISAT worth throwing it out there and see if Abbot does like he did with the business mass mandate. Oh, yeah. Go ahead. And in the meantime, while all the attorneys battle business owners or caught in a vise, they don't know if they if they need to shut down or remain open. That's a terrible predicament. If you're owning a business running a business, trying to figure out what to do. Jerry's in Central Austin 10 17. Hi, Jerry. Good morning. In the meantime, I closed down. People can't get to have their jobs that pay the rent with So I liked ass Adler and Greg Abbott. All these guys, why don't they stay home and put their face diapers on like they're making us do and not draw a paycheck off my tax dollars? A lot of people are asking that question, Jerry. Thank you. Bob is in Pflueger Ville. Hey, Bob. Good morning. How are you? Good morning. I'm doing great. How are you? Fine, Bob, welcome. Hey, I just have two points. One of it wasa little research this morning on the CDC website on covert testing. Says that the covert tests tests for Corona virus antibodies. And would test positive if you'd had the common cold That's directly from the CDC website. In the second point is on the National Institute of Health Website. They say that core queen Is a pro selected and therapeutic treatment for Corona bars. Sounds like they have not gotten together with the Food and Drug Administration, which withdrew its support of using hydroxy chlorate Quinn. It just goes to show that this has been a mess from the GATT. Go on trying to figure out what it is how we treated. What's the best solution. Should we wear mask? Should we not wear mask who's in who's in danger? Who's not in danger? I don't think there's any. Apparently there's no easy answers to this. Which is the exact reason why I don't think you can continue to to shut down. Every time you see a spike, you have to figure it out and learn to go. Okay. At some point, we're going to get to the point where we're working like we always do right through flu season right through cold season. Right through strep throat season. We're going to get there during Cove in season two, and we just continue to work those air sick, Stay home, get the treatment they need till they're ready to come back to work. It is sown a lot of confusion. And that creates problems when the public is confused, Bob. Thank you. Don is in Round rock. 10 20 k. L b J Hi, Don. Good morning. Howdy. So it sounds like a lot of people had the same idea. I'm wondering if Governor Abbott can use his authority. To prevent any politician or any government official. That uses their authority to prevent people from working. To prevent that government officials from receiving a paycheck. I don't know. It's a question's coming up. Ah lot. Now Don Mohr and Mohr You're the second caller who's brought it out so far this morning. I don't think that would have any bearing on Mayor Adler. He's he doesn't care about enough money. Yeah, it's not going to be changes thinking. Have you included their staff? Well, it might don, thank you. They've pretty much made up their mind. They know what's best and they're moving on that track to make it happen. It's another shutdown. No. One. They've already said as much you have Greg Cassard, who's come down and said, We need a shutdown. Ah, and in the mayor, saying, I'm pulling over 35 he's he knows what he wants A 35 days shutdown or longer. There's no thinking it over waiting the pros and cons. That's what he wants. What he's weighing is can he get away with it when they start giving a specific number? You know they've had a lot of discussions behind the scenes. They're talking with lawyers there talking with Dr S. Scott. They've got a very detailed plan in mind in and it's it's going to come out pretty soon. I don't know if it's today or a couple Excuse me couple of days from now, but it's coming. And if it does again here you are leaving at these businesses who are already struggling going, OK, But the governor said that I could stay open. So do I stay open, Risk the city coming in and then having to be into all this lawsuit kind of thing, Which is going to cost time and money which I don't have right now. Maybe I have the time, but I don't have the money to fight them. So then what happens? They just shut down and say nothing. And then the city gets away with it. 10 22 This is Josh on Kale. BJ with Mark and Melinda. Hey, Josh. Good morning. Good morning. All that you do find Josh. So I run a seasonal business. We have to locations, one in south, often one in round rock, and I just named his location. But we've already talked to corporate and they've made it absolutely clear. No matter what the city of Austin says or what the governor says. We will stay open. We will operate and we won't close down this time. Interesting as and if anything comes your way. If the city comes by and tries this lot, they're they're ready to go fight for it. They are, they said they have the attorneys ready for season desist orders. They will not participate. We between both locations at seasonal peaks. On Fourth of July. We employed 30 people, and so we've told everyone, that's what's gonna happen. Everyone wear masks, everybody social distance, be ready for all of that, but we will continue to operate. What? What kind of business isn't? So we run the on ly to indoor fireworks stores in Austin, Okay. I was going to guess Fireworks. Yeah, I bet it is. From the all the reports that we're seeing across the nation. Firework business is a good business to be in right now. It has been crazy, they said across the state on average sales are up about 10% leading into the holiday. Wow. Good. Well, keep us posted on that. If the order comes out, be sure to give us a call and give us an update, Josh. Well, then, Lovelace. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you Have a good day 51283605 90. There was an effort started immediately after the November 2016 presidential election to overturn the results. It was a coup against President Trump. It remains under way. Yeah, the latest version Involves these reports that the Russians were paying bounties to have the Taliban attack and kill US troops in Afghanistan. It's the latest version of the effort to damage President Trump..

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