35 Burst results for "Gregg"

Kash Patel Will Never Stop Putting Out the Truth

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Kash Patel Will Never Stop Putting Out the Truth

"A former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI who now gets paid by the swamp to talk on TV shows nobody watches got Frank fig Lucy who had this to say on a radio program about somebody called cash. Cash Patel better get an attorney soon because cash Patel is the guy saying, I knew all about this standing declassification order. I know all about it. Oh, good. You'll be telling a grand jury about that process, cash. Are you afraid cash of this individual? Now, since he seems to have the same approach to everything else as the fake news mafia and the corrupt FBI agents has, which is to lie and put on a disinformation campaign. As I said publicly, it's been reported that there was a standing order. And so I believe that to be accurate because it was made by journalists who report accurately. But this Joker is in the same boat as the other crooks that were terminated from government service as a result of my Russia gate investigation that I led with chairman Nunes. The same people calling for me to get a lawyer. Let's just put it on display. Peter strzok, Andy mccabe, Andrew weissman, and whoever this nobody is with a fancy title in government are all people whose glorified FBI I destroyed because I put out the truth. And I will never stop doing that. And most of these guys got fired because of my investigation. So it's amazing that some guy in a T-shirt given some podcasts at the JV puff powder parade is online telling me to get a lawyer. If it takes, if it comes to that for me to tell the American people the truth, I did it for the Russia gate. Excuse me, the Jan 6 subpoena. And it costs $200,000. There's no amount of money in the world that is worth more than the truth. And I will fight for it every single day. God

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Gregg Jarrett on the Political Consequences of the Dems' Latest Moves

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Gregg Jarrett on the Political Consequences of the Dems' Latest Moves

"With Greg Jarrett, who has two hats two very natty hats. He wears at the same time at Fox News. Of course he is the preeminent legal analyst, but also political analysts. So if I can ask you Greg to doff your political analyst hat, what are the ramifications first? What do you think is the overall consequence politically for the Democrats in the midterm year given not only the Mar-a-Lago raid, but the way the January 6th show trial was handled, and if in the next month or two, because we're only 70 days away, we get some concrete accusations, buttressed by the 13 or 14 FBI whistleblowers that, yes, political actions were taken by the FBI to squelch the Hunter Biden laptop story into assist his father winning the election. How dangerous could things become politically in the United States? Well, the show trial hasn't moved the needle according to polling data. But polling data has indicated that it had Americans, I think the number was 70%, it said that if they knew the truth about the laptop, it would have influenced their vote. 78%. So that gives you an indication that Americans are convinced that the fix was in. That there were our deep state bureaucracy led by Merrick Garland's DoJ and the corrupt FBI put their heavy feet on the scales of justice and also tried to influence the presidential election by burying incriminating information about Hunter Biden and Joe Biden. At the same time, propagating a phony story in it, it was all Russian disinformation when they knew it wasn't

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Gregg Jarrett Discusses the FBI, a Cesspool of Corruption

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Gregg Jarrett Discusses the FBI, a Cesspool of Corruption

"Say an impartial judge, but this magistrate had already recused himself from a previous case because it involved president Trump and he said, I'm conflicted. So how the hell is he giving the write off? The go ahead for this ring. How does that happen? Well, he should have recused himself. He obviously has a bias that's political in nature. Because he previously recused himself. Right. There's no explanation for his failure to recuse himself yet again. And he was either snookered by Garland and the FBI when he signed off on the warrant, or he just didn't care. Take a look at the warmth. It's a general warrant, which is strictly forbidden by the force amendment. Which says, general warrants are unlawful, you have to have specific warrants that identify the materials to be seized in the locations from which there's and the crime that has been committed or is about to be committed as well.

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Sebastian Unpacks the FBI's Total Corruption With Gregg Jarrett

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Sebastian Unpacks the FBI's Total Corruption With Gregg Jarrett

"Newt on Fox with his qualification of the federal bureau of investigations cut to. I think that you've been watching political theater. Disguised as law enforcement. We've seen that now for four or 5 years. We've seen case after case where they are overreacting, where they're deliberately humiliating people. I always say that our podcast with Paul Manafort about his experience in prison, he's in, he's kept in solitary confinement for 8 months. And I just think this is, you're watching a corrupt department that is out of control, gave 98% of its money to Hillary Clinton in 2016 of the people who were donating, who worked at that department. The senior justice, the senior FBI, is clearly corrupt and clearly dishonest. Greg, is the FBI out of control and why is half of the affidavit supporting the warrant still unreadable? It's right. It's a cesspool of corruption. And when Merrick Garland says, oh, trust us, we should not. He is not our trust. His actions in protecting, running to protection racket for Hunter Biden, Joe Biden. Together with his lawless rate into Trump's home, grabbing everything in sight are just two examples of why we shouldn't trust them. And today in a court filing down at Florida, Garland, who is opposing the appointment of a special master to examine the seized documents for privileged material. Said up, well, we already looked at them all. We have our own filter team team. To ensure that these documents are properly protected and that executive privilege and attorney client privilege are segregated. Yes, right. And

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True the Votes' Catherine and Gregg on Stash Houses

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 4 months ago

True the Votes' Catherine and Gregg on Stash Houses

"The stash houses. What's the story of the stash houses? Well, it's a good question. And I understand the hesitancy because you're dealing with massive potential legal ramifications here, right? There are, I think, are broader point is to maintain the integrity of any investigation that might go forward. It's really important that we not taint it with some wild allegation and say, if there's ten of them and they only find that's true with 7 of them, oh, I totally appreciate that. Right. I mean, that's a huge, but San Luis Arizona. We had a little bit of a law enforcement busting up in one of them and there's one. So but let's talk more broadly and the specifics will eventually come out. What is involved in a stash house, right? So at least in my mind, I see a bunch of kind of like mass low wage laborers at 2 a.m. like putting things in basket or bags. What happens in a stash house? I mean, all these kind of very, I don't know, clandestine images come to mind. Like, what is a stash house? Well, so all we can really go on is what we have been told by whistleblowers and witnesses and they're actually it takes a lot of different forms. We have information that suggests people go out and going through neighborhoods and taking ballots out of mailboxes, we have other instances where it's being reported that people will bring in their ballots and exchange for payment. We have, we have stories of ballots being bundled from elsewhere and being brought in. So there's all manner of ways that ballots come in. Our constant refrain throughout all of this is, and that's why it should be investigated. We are close to the extent of what we can do. It is now to law enforcement to investigate this.

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Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips on Geo Tracking Technology

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 4 months ago

Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips on Geo Tracking Technology

"But let's kind of start from square one just to kind of refresh our audience. Both of you went and did the tough work to go get the pings or the geolocation technology that anybody could access if they had the money to do so. Is that correct? Yeah, there's a whole lot of data brokers out there. I think there's 40 or so data brokers out there, some of them are quality, some of them are not. In our case, we use a specific set of data brokers buy from different ones. We get different types of signals. We get a different range of signal. Put them all together. Of course, all the media once talked about is, well, you can't do that with cell phone towers and okay, well, it's not self from towers. So what do they mean? What do they mean by that when they say that? The old technology around sort of GIS proper would end your cell phone would triangulate a signal around towers. And that triangulation depending on how many towers there were or whatever there was. It might or might not be accurate. We just don't use that technology. So they're all a little confused. And kath and I ask that anybody can access it meaning that you didn't use some sort of government clearance, right? This is out there for the world if they had the means to be able to actually get stepped through it as well. Yeah, absolutely. It's out there and it's been out there for a number of years. And it's impacts all of us every single day, whether we know it or not. Yeah, and turning it off on your phone is very unlikely. We're getting tracked all the time. You even say in the movie that you could be tracked with your phone off, which is extraordinary. And so this technology is out there, and it's been used by law enforcement for other projects. Talk about that. Well, I mean, I think the most notable of late is the January 6th event. The government was quick to embrace, as was many of the corporate media, quick to embrace the use of the geospatial technology that now they have used as a backdrop to arrest and imprison many Americans. So the accuracy clearly was something that law enforcement looked kindly upon. And in that situation.

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Charlie Sits Down With True the Vote's Catherine E. and Gregg P.

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:27 min | 4 months ago

Charlie Sits Down With True the Vote's Catherine E. and Gregg P.

"Welcome back what a special treat we have and we're gonna go deep into the data, the evidence and the story behind what many of you have been asking us about. And so first we have cap and engelbrecht and Greg Phillips from true the vote, true the vote dot org. Dot org. Thanks for having us. Of course. And everybody should support through the vote and get behind them in any way you can. Some of you are familiar with Katherine and Gregg because of the movie that you saw 2000 mules, but you must understand the data and the research and all of that was made possible because of true the vote dot org. So you want to make sure you guys check it out and support that. Katherine Greg, welcome back. Thanks for having us. Yeah, thanks, Charlie. So you guys are here in Arizona. What are you up to? We have a hearing this afternoon in the Senate, so we are looking forward to making a presentation about a lot of what's covered in 2000 mules and some new stuff. And so Greg, I hear there's been some indictments. Is that right? Yeah, there have a few arrests earlier than a plea deal and another plea deal. I understand that maybe something court tomorrow been down there interviewing a bunch of folks, confiscating computers, cell phones, all manner of stuff going on. Did your data lead to those indictments? You know, I think that it augmented everything that was already happening. I think that the fact that the agreement was made the day after the movie was released, it was pretty interesting. And maybe we'll know a little bit more when it goes to court tomorrow.

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Was the 2020 Election Fraud the Perfect Crime?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | 4 months ago

Was the 2020 Election Fraud the Perfect Crime?

"Catherine dinesh had this brilliant idea to fly all of us Salem hosts who weren't involved in the collecting of the data out to California to see a sample of what you and Greg had done. And then to get our reaction on tape and then to add it to the movie 2000 mules. One thing that my daily beloved Dennis prager had problems with and I had to explain to him on camera is how this is the perfect crime because of the envelope into which the mail in ballot is placed, which is put into the Dropbox or mailed into the polling station. Which means when there's nobody there physically voting, the envelope arrives, the ballot is taken out of the envelope that identifies who should have sent it, who it belongs to. And once it's taken out, that's it. Chain of custody is broken because there's no way to connect that ballot with who was supposed to have filled it out. In that way, isn't this the perfect crime Catherine? Yes, absolutely. And never more so than in 2020 when they removed the very few checks and balances that did exist. They removed to security standards around signature verification. They were quick to take those ballots out of the drop boxes and mix them into the general population of early voting at polling places. And so there was literally no way to unring the bill.

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Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 4 months ago

Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

"Talk to us about the numbers. Greg, you can jump in here or Catherine whoever has the best recall. Talk to us about the limits you put on your analysis. You weren't looking at one guy who went to two drop boxes, but you gated the data. What were the minimum requirements for the mules? Because we had millions of cell phone unique devices that were in the purchase that we made. We had to skinny it down. And we didn't just want it to be people who happened to be randomly walking by some Dropbox occasionally or maybe they weren't near there or something like that. So we established some parameters and began to skinny it down when we first did this in Atlanta. We looked at 5 dropboxes and three organizations came up with 17,000 or so unique devices that fit that criteria. It's too big to really look at and frankly I'm not sure folks would have been very believing of it. So we bumped it up to a minimum of ten drop boxes and 5 organizations during the early voting period. So each mule by your self definition, you said we've got a tighten the group to make it incontrovertible that this isn't somebody taking their grandmothers ballot. Each person has to have 5 visits to an NGO that is the collecting point and then has to then one person has to be visiting at least ten drop boxes is that what you said? I did. And what that emerged from that was 242 individuals that went to an average of 24 drop boxes and 8 organizations during our target period.

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Catherine Engelbrecht on Ballot Harvesting vs Trafficking

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Catherine Engelbrecht on Ballot Harvesting vs Trafficking

"Let's get some basics down. You brought the proof to the table. Everybody has to watch 2000 mules. Let's get some terms correct. Catherine, can you explain the heart of the matter? So the nature of the data, whether it is video or whether it is geolocating. Let's start with just terms. The difference between ballot, harvesting, and ballot trafficking. What are we looking at when we watch 2000 mules? Well, what you're watching in 2000 mules is ballot trafficking. State by state, there are different standards and there are those states where collecting ballots on behalf of other people is legal. That is valid harvesting about trafficking. I can collect ballots from my family members or I can go to an old people's home and I can collect willingly those ballots from somebody. However, if I'm paying somebody for their vote, or if I'm paying somebody to collect votes, am I right in saying that is a crime in all 50 states? Yes. Okay, so that's where we jump from harvesting to trafficking and what are we looking at in 2000 mules? Well, in 2000 mules, we studied what we believed and of course, didn't know at the time, but it turned out to be correct. We were studying the weaknesses of process that came by way of the 2020 changes in standards around the mass mail out of mail ballots, and the sudden appearance of these privately funded drop boxes. And so what we theorized was that if there was to be subversion, it would likely happen on the ground in these areas that were not being well observed while controlled and certainly catalyzed by inaccurate voter rolls. It was just a recipe for disaster.

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"gregg" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"gregg" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Catherine Gregg, welcome to America first one on one. Thanks for having us. Thank you. All right, so let's start with just a quick introduction. What you do, what your background is, Catherine, talk to us about a true the vote and then Greg your credentials, your qualifications, to collect the data for this movie. Let's start with you, Catherine. I started true the vote in 2010, quite by accident. I thought that there was a need for people to go and work at the polls. We didn't have enough volunteers. And so we set out to build those gaps and one thing led to the next, we saw problems at the polls. We wondered why the voter roll data was in shambles and that began our very first research project flash forward 12 years later and we have studied over these many years, the inch by inch by inch subversion of process. And never more never more so than 2020. And that's when I brought in my longtime business partner Greg Phillips to help us take a different tack on evaluating what really happened in the 2020 election. So you were a private citizen, just concerned about the integrity of our elections, created this organization ended up testifying before Congress and then through their vote becomes this incredible influence for fair and transparent elections. Okay, Greg, talk to us about what you've done in the past, what your qualifications are and what you brought to the table for 2000 mules. I got into politics in 1982. Now what is that? 40 years ago. So it's pretty amazing. Since then, I've had the great opportunity and great fortune to work and 22 countries. On elections, I've worked in the United States. Really mostly in the south, but really across the United States. And since Catherine and I connected and started working on this project, it has been a real clarifying opportunity for us to begin to describe the work that we

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Who Are Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 4 months ago

Who Are Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips?

"Catherine Gregg, welcome to America first one on one. Thanks for having us. Thank you. All right, so let's start with just a quick introduction. What you do, what your background is, Catherine, talk to us about a true the vote and then Greg your credentials, your qualifications, to collect the data for this movie. Let's start with you, Catherine. I started true the vote in 2010, quite by accident. I thought that there was a need for people to go and work at the polls. We didn't have enough volunteers. And so we set out to build those gaps and one thing led to the next, we saw problems at the polls. We wondered why the voter roll data was in shambles and that began our very first research project flash forward 12 years later and we have studied over these many years, the inch by inch by inch subversion of process. And never more never more so than 2020. And that's when I brought in my longtime business partner Greg Phillips to help us take a different tack on evaluating what really happened in the 2020 election. So you were a private citizen, just concerned about the integrity of our elections, created this organization ended up testifying before Congress and then through their vote becomes this incredible influence for fair and transparent elections. Okay, Greg, talk to us about what you've done in the past, what your qualifications are and what you brought to the table for 2000 mules. I got into politics in 1982. Now what is that? 40 years ago. So it's pretty amazing. Since then, I've had the great opportunity and great fortune to work and 22 countries. On elections, I've worked in the United States. Really mostly in the south, but really across the United States. And since Catherine and I connected and started working on this project, it has been a real clarifying opportunity for us to begin to describe the work that we

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'2000 Mules' Is a Phenomenon Despite Media Obstacles

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:46 min | 5 months ago

'2000 Mules' Is a Phenomenon Despite Media Obstacles

"One of the really remarkable things about this movie is that we have made it a success. It's been trending pretty much constantly. I mean, it's very unusual to see the same topic trending for day upon day upon day on Twitter and it's funny because I look for it. I'm like 2000 trending and I look a few hours later. It's not trending. I'm like, wait, trending dinesh. Today was trending to Souza. Then back to 2000 meals. So it's back and forth, but the point to make is that this is a phenomenon. And but we have done that with no help. I should say no help from either Fox News or from newsmax. So let's talk about Fox in a minute, but with newsmax, it's kind of a pity. I think these guys, they got a little burned because of the dominion stuff. They've become so skittish about the topic. I was booked to go on gram stinchfield show and then literally hours later canceled. We're not gonna talk about the movie. And as far as I know, they still haven't. So, but I mean newsmax is a newsmax. So kind of who cares. But Fox News is a different matter. Again, you know, it's a little unfortunate because I've been going on Fox News almost weekly to talk about various issues. And, you know, part of my reason for doing that is not just because I like visibility. It's partly because I say, you know what? I'll do them a favor. And then I'll have a book out. I love a movie out, and they'll get behind it. I'm not saying they have to agree with it, but they allow me to talk about it. Yeah, yeah. And that, to me, is the most surprising thing of all because. If they don't agree with the content, they can at least debate it. They can just put it out there and go, you know what? We don't think that what you're saying is a fact. And so we want to fact check it or whatever. But to not mention it. I mean, to pretend it doesn't exist. Purposely, but their purposely not mentioning the movie because as we know, I mean, this may seem a little shocking to you, but you know, I think the purpose of a podcast like this is to level with you and so recently you may have noticed that Catherine engelbrecht of true the vote went on Tucker Carlson's show and they talked about geo tracking and they talked about through the vote. No mention of 2000 meals. And a lot of people were like, what's going on? What's going on? And for a while there I was just silent about it because it's this is the problem with Fox News is they essentially kind of they feel like we have you. You know what I mean? You can't, you can get off the reservation because we can crucify you. This is the underlying and to be fair, we did want for Catherine and Gregg's work to be of course to be known because that's the whole purpose for doing a movie about their work and we told them this from the very beginning. So Tucker Carlson and his producer told Catherine engelbrecht we'll have you on, but do not mention 2000

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Support True the Vote in Their Crusade for Election Integrity

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:27 min | 6 months ago

Support True the Vote in Their Crusade for Election Integrity

"Let's talk more about citizen empowerment to close out here. So this is all ongoing. There's going to be a lot of attacks against you guys a lot there. So what can people do? And then I want you guys to just totally you have my permission. Tell the audience how you can get support and help. Because you need it and you're going to need it because the Republican establishment, they won't be bothered by this. They'd rather lose admirably Vichy French. Most of these big D.C. organizations establishment, they're fine sitting down there endowments. You guys are in the trenches. You're the one that raised the 2 million bucks. You're the one that's connected to a supercomputer, right? So answer that first and then the citizen empowerment side. Well, what people can do to help. I mean, go to treat the vote dot org and support us. I mean, this is money. You guys need money. This is, this is not for the faint of heart. I mean, we are playing at a at a level beyond to get to this kind of data, and you are exactly right. The attacks are going to come and they're going to come hard, and that was part of the calculus that we signed up for. We know it. So I got to ask you, why are you doing this? Because you could just not do it. Well, can you though? I mean, plenty of people do, Brian Kemp does. Well, yeah. I guess that's true. I can't. I can't be complicit in this. I've long said if elections aren't truly fair, we are not truly free. And that's it. And Charlie, the other thing that we need money for is this movie is going to be huge. We believe. 2000 meals. It's going to do it. And you guys are the protagonists in the film. We brought it to dinesh because the news stations wouldn't run it. I think I was smart to do. But what we're planning on after that, remember, we have two petabytes of information. We have cell phone pings. We have video. We have all manner of documents. We have all sorts of things. Catherine and I have long talked about this in our intention at this point. Is at some point shortly after the video runs, we're going to pull the rip cord. We're going to release all of this. Totally transparent. All of it. Give it all to the American people. So like WikiLeaks style. But legal. But legal. And say, do with it what you will. Now you can see what nobody's shown you to this point. So the movie is the kind of the build up. And then you're going to get discredited, isolated incident, dinesh was a Fallon pardoned by Trump, all that crap they're going to try to do. And you'll say, you want to dance? Let's do it. Here you go. Let's

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How True the Vote Acquired Dropbox Camera Footage

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:45 min | 6 months ago

How True the Vote Acquired Dropbox Camera Footage

"And we can watch this together. And Greg, which one would you like us to play? Is that gwinnett county Georgia? Let's play gwinnett Kim. So actually, before we play the video, let's get into actually how you got the video because I'm actually cutting in line here. So in addition to all of the analysis that was happening, we were doing a wide sweep of all kinds of election integrity records or open records. Video was part of that. The federal government had come out and given guidance for all of these new drop boxes saying that their recommendation is that in addition to a number of checkpoints, video surveillance should be among them. And so we began to submit open records to get the video. And these videos are a product of ultimately what came back all what's interesting about what you're going to watch now is that we didn't get this until last month? Yeah, I mean, since the first open records requests went out and probably January, and we've been fighting. So by law and Georgia, they had to have a camera over the Dropbox. Is that correct? But by rule. By rule. I remember they made up they made up the emergency rules that allowed the drop boxes to be there at all. So they had to have rules to go with them. So when raffensperger came in and signed a consent decree with Marc Elias to allow these things to happen, they had to codify some rules internally. So the rules said you have to have these cameras surveillance cameras on the drop boxes. And we almost immediately started as soon as we started asking, they started, well, we don't have it. We can't give you an example or a reason why we don't have it. We just don't have to take 6 months to get it. It'll be including the video you're about to see. I took a year to produce this video and the only reason they produced it at all is because Catherine in true the vote made a complaint to the Secretary of State, which would have been put in place a mechanism for them to get in a lot of trouble. Lo and behold, the next day, I think, all of a sudden the video. Now this is gwinnett county. So before we play the video though, you also suspected that that time place on the video would show you something because you had pings that showed that this individual was doing a route. Is that correct? And in addition to our open records efforts, we had evaluated all of the chain of custody documents. And so you could tell, at this particular location, what a typical day look like, how many ballots they were typically getting. And then a spike. And ballot trafficking by and large. Money laundering works a 100%. When you see the cafe that has the $9000 breakfast, you're like, wait a second. Yeah. Any auditor worked like, why did you have a big, you know, there was no one in the restaurant. There's also no one looking though, Charlie. There's no one looking. They

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How Did the FBI Arrest January 6 Suspects So Quickly?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

How Did the FBI Arrest January 6 Suspects So Quickly?

"You off. So talk about the January 6th thing. So this is a lot of work. Yeah. So recall what happened. So the January 6th event was on a Tuesday. The day after the runoff. It was a Wednesday, I think. So the next day they had allegedly already identified some of the people. Gotten the convened a grand jury. Convened a grand jury and then issued arrest warrants in a matter of 72 hours. It's not possible. So did they have the fence of the pings ready to go? Is that what you're saying? They had the actual devices ready to go. That's our supposition. There's no other way to have done it. We believe they were tracking people all the way back into the latter part of the election. Certainly into November and early December. So people that would be likely to go to that event or is that correct? Yes. Okay, so they had a profile. I'm meeting that profile. And they're tuned up and ready. But then probably the night before they'd be able to say, hey, 200,000 of our profiles are in town. Right? So they'd be like, they're around. We weren't wrong.

True the Vote's Gregg and Catherine Discuss Cell Phone Data

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 6 months ago

True the Vote's Gregg and Catherine Discuss Cell Phone Data

"The one thing that fascinates me on all this is the cell phone data. Can you walk us through a little bit about that? And I'd love to contextualize that. All of our cell phones put off a set of signals. They're mostly hidden. So what's the code? In fact, if you look on your phone, if you type in star pound, zero 6 pound. It's in everybody's phone. Zero 6 pound. Pound, okay. Did the numbers come up? Like that? Nope, start in your phone like you're going to call someone. I'm sorry. Okay. Just like you're going to call somebody. Like that? Oh, wow. Okay. So all of those numbers are unique to your phone. No matter what. So that's amazing. And those numbers then are emitted. That's it. That's it. And those are all tagged to apps on your phone. So this is like a foot fingerprint. That's right. Unique to you can not be replicated. That's right. And so this is my device ID. This is all of this. Yeah. And so based on that information, what do we know? There's 300,000 or so apps that collect that information. There's 27,000 apps that collected on a prolific basis. So the weather channel app or any of your social media Facebook is always is it pinning? Is that right? It's emitting a signal and inside the signal there are several things. First of all, it's the LAT long, like where are we on the earth, right? So my phone's iPhones right there. And it can drill down into about 18 inch and 18 inches of dynamic. So they'll be able to see, Greg Charlie and Catherine are here at our studio, having a chat. Yes. Absolutely. At this time, right? So absolutely. Latin long time and elevation. On the first floor. Sir, are we on the first floor? We're on the second floor. Where are we? And if you combine all of those and then add time to it, we can then build the pattern of life around it. So I came from a different building. You guys came from a meeting, and then you can kind of just trace the pings, right? Right. And we can tell you if that's the pattern you normally take. We can go back years and get very, very exacting. And that's what was necessary in this project.

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Who Is Gregg Phillips and How Did He Dive Into the 2020 Election?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:17 min | 6 months ago

Who Is Gregg Phillips and How Did He Dive Into the 2020 Election?

"So Greg introduced yourself, talk about your background, and then talk about how do you all of a sudden get looking into the 2020 election? Been around politics since 1982. A long time. Been doing election integrity work, did my first deal in Bullock county, Alabama in 1982, literally a guy named memory former was running against George Wallace in his last race for governor. There were a 147% of the voting age population, both registered and voting in bullet county. So that was my intro to it. After all these years and quite a few campaigns and some other things, Catherine and I founded a healthcare technology company together, but sort of kept our side businesses going. Catherine's with truth of the vote, me with a research company. And it's 2020 sort of came together and unfolded. I mean, the day since the day after the election of the day of, to now, it's just been an incredible whirlwind where we've figured out how to take some high end technology capability. And apply it to these elections and come up with come up with not only hypotheses, but now proven hypotheses.

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Fox Analyst Gregg Jarrett Discusses KBJ's Legal Theories on Child Porn

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 6 months ago

Fox Analyst Gregg Jarrett Discusses KBJ's Legal Theories on Child Porn

"We are back with Greg Jarrett. He is the illegal mind political analyst for Fox News follow him at Greg Jarrett by his book, the witch hunt and the Russia hoax. Right now we are witnessing it is dick Danang blumenthal, who is asking questions, puff piece questions from the judge that has been nominated to the Supreme Court by the Biden administration. Greg, just a couple of things about this individual judge katangi Brown Jackson. She helped bring a case against the Trump administration to reinstate 81 Planned Parenthood programs across America. She has refused to state whether or not she believes in a living constitution. And then the strangest thing at all of all, we played it in the break Greg. She has this logic about why she gave the lowest sentence is possible to a child pornographers, she said, well, because the law was written before the Internet, the amount of porn that you can child porn that you can access is so much easier today. Therefore, they should be given a break. Is there some legal principle behind that? No, there's none. And actually one can make the opposite argument because of the ease of gaining child porn and people taking advantage of that ease. The penalty should be more stringent. So it's not an argument that I bought. But it's an argument that others will buy into. I think she's obviously incredibly smart. Knows a great deal about the law in the constitution. But she has been very clever in her responses, she will tell you how she'll go about deciding a particular case, but she won't tell you how she goes about interpreting the constitution, which is principally with Supreme Court Justices do.

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"gregg" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"gregg" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Eunice Moussa's back in, but you have a couple different players in there as well. Sebastian legit, Kellen Acosta. And I think it's a cliche Taylor, but it really feels like this game is lost in midfield. What do we make of the different levels of play that we see three days apart from a midfield trio that wall is different still has one guy in it that's the same, and that's unusual. Yeah, what's concerning for me, her concept is this is that there really is only one 6 on this roster. And that's Tyler Adams. And the moment you take Tyler Adams out of the middle, everything looks discombobulated. Everything looks unhinged, and it doesn't feel comfortable within the system. Yes, he came off the bench in this one, but there was energy immediately to the game. Everyone had a little bit more pep in their step, whatever it may be, there was a few more options to pass the ball through the midfield and whatnot. I think western mckenney at times plays as if he wants to run the show as if he's the guy that can run the show. I don't think he's that type of player, and I think he needs to transform mores to the guy that we saw at Schalke. And so I understand the area concern, and I get it. But I'm still, and I know I'm beating a dead horse here, but they're not creating a ton of chances. The final product isn't there all the time. And I know great bear alternate staff love the model of expected goals, but when you look at the last 13 games that I'm beaten, it's not as if they're creating two three four expected goals every single game. And so chances are extremely limited for this team. So no matter what it is, and I understand if Tyler Adams is healthy, the midfields less of a concern for me, but regarding Ricardo Pepe up front or not. This team still struggles to score goals. And Eric, I don't know if you've seen the same thing I have yet why can they not score goals in the first half and then have to react? Change things and come out the second half. That in a nutshell is a problem. Yeah, and instead he was alluding to that earlier on in the segment where you talk about he got things right a half time. His adjustments were correct and they weren't this go around. That's still begs the question, why are you starting that way? Now we talk about Greg bertram, stani wants to implement and Taylor, you're right, he loves he's expected goals. He's very much excuse the term. Statin nerd when it comes to that. A PowerPoint nerd. But the football has been played that way. Football isn't played with numbers, played with feeling, it's played with instincts. And this is the problem. We talk about him being a possession based coach. This team being a possession based team, for ten halves, they've not been that. They've had two good halves, 8 very bad halves. And you look at the outside backs to me very important because when those acts outside effects have been good and taken care of the ball, it gets the center of the midfield going. It gets Tyler Adams. It gets western McKinney. Whoever's in there, younes Musa whoever's in there involved which gets their junior desk, Antony Robinson. When those fullbacks are good, when they take care of the ball, the team has confidence when they don't, they rely on their center backs to come out with it, and it's root one and it's very, very ugly. It feels a lot of the times like there's home run swings on these lineups, right? And sometimes it hits. Sometimes it doesn't. And I don't know if those risks are necessary, but I assume Gregg halter knows the depth of his of his talent pool better than we do. Let me ask this. Before we move on from the Panama game real quick. Panama in this match was Concacaf to an extreme almost. There's a point where you can have the stretchers come out as much as you want. But there's a difference to me like another line that's crossed when folks are running onto the field at very convenient moments and balls are coming in at very convenient moments. You guys have lived through all the shenanigans of Concacaf. And I know we accept games mention to a point in this region. Did it cross a line into cheating Taylor last night? Well, I mean, what do we expect from Concacaf guys? We're doing a World Cup qualifying round without VAR. And so you guys obviously heard me during the first half of Jamaica, absolutely blow a gasket on this. It's mind boggling to me. And yet you literally had fans running onto the field in beta on city asking for selfies. There were three balls on the field at one point. At what point is Concacaf's gonna look at itself and say, you know what? Fine. But I remind everyone watching this show. In 2017, Panama qualified for the World Cup on a goal that never went in. A goal that never went in. Was parents headed it and went outside the nets came back in. It was all about and went in and they give it a goal because of no VAR. They're like, it's good. Enjoy Russia. I don't know what to do. I don't see her. Expect the unexpected when it comes to concave half is the way I look at it. But you're right. That's the way it's always been, and that's the way it will be in the only way it's going to change is if you implement things like var and I understand most stadiums aren't set up to be quick with var, but those who have it should be allowed to use it. It's very simple to me. And Concacaf, it's known for the dark arts, it's known for stretching its rules, probably more than the Taylor's wearings being stretched. It's the way it is. Taylor, you'll be in Columbus for the game against Costa Rica. Let's look forward to that match for just a second. All right, so you got Greg berhalter's here. You can tell one player that he's gotta put back into the starting lineup for this game. Columbus is easy against Costa Rica. Based on what you said, I think we know who it's going to be, but who is it? It's Tyler Adams. I'm not moving them. I'm not making the fact that he started the first half at right back against Honduras was mind boggling to me..

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"gregg" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"gregg" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Gregg Jarrett and David Sean to discuss the mandates of vaccination, the legality of it as a result, that seems now this is a license to attack. The media is belittling, berating even at times, Gregg Jarrett, those people that for whatever reason that we don't know, because we don't know anything about their medical history or medical condition, etcetera. That everybody has to do this which shocking to me, Greg is and I'm not a doctor. I'm not telling people to do this. But if you have a breakthrough case which we were told, you know, nobody told us if you got back fully vaccinated, you can still get covid at the time. What is happening, Although the it seems to be you still provided protection. Your odds are much lower. You'll be hospitalized or die. But what is the next variant going to bring? What is the variant Mu mu going to bring? What's lambda going to bring? We don't know yet. So my question is with with all of this one size fits all medicine pattern that has been adopted by everybody. Why don't we talk about therapeutics like mono colonial antibodies? Uh and Regeneron, which have shown promise and again, I'm not recommending it. I'm just saying and the other and the other therapeutic said that doctors are talking about again. Whichever works. Whatever your doctor says. Listen to your doctor if you want because Biden's new orders are have been politicized by the media just as the pandemic from the outset. Has been politicized. If Biden's in favor of something the media is and the demonize anybody who suggests otherwise We're trump they take the opposite position. And no one in the media offers any criticism of Biden's own words, which were contradictory in his speech. The other 90 stresses the vaccinated or safe from serious covet. And then he said, the unvaccinated must protect the vaccinated. Um, you know, so, but the media never focuses on that because they are in favor of whatever Biden is in favor and again. They're critical of anybody who is, you know? He's going to be fascinating to watch these these, you know, because now there's shunning people from society can go to a restaurant can go to a concert. Can't go to a ball game can go to a stadium. We can't do anything. You know, you've got to prove that you have what they want. Forget about medical privacy. No one even wants to go there at all, anyway. Gregg Jarrett. Thank you, David shown. Thank you. 809 41, Sean, You want to be a part of the program? Taking a look at KSFO traffic..

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"gregg" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"gregg" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

"True crime was like the ugly stepchild of any john. In in the when you went to the barnes and noble or whatever you would go to that back section with those horrible covers of what they look like. It wasn't it wasn't a classy move. But all of a sudden now you know like everybody a your mom or your grandma. Or your wife or your. Everybody seems to be a true crime. Fan right now and it's a it's the storytelling other podcast. That gets people sucked in a little bit like old radio shows. I imagine where you're listening but you know you're you're able to kind of imagine a little bit on your own and also you're taking it in when it's convenient for you so i think all of those come into play With this huge renaissance crime while looking forward to your to crime podcast. 'cause i watched them on netflix. Said and i listened to the tomato to podcasts. So yeah no that's good. What is your favorite. Are you allowed to say. Oh yeah i think so. I think about to say i cook case files and i liked that one. I like that style. you know. it's just kind of like an. Here's what happened. There's a lot of them too much. you know. I prefer that type of style like the people like drinking wine. Talk about to crime right. There's that style where there's a lot of banter. Yeah and all that mine is lou. What i'm trying to develop is more along the lines you like. Which is i really want to give people that inside. Look at the story from people who were in the story. So it's not just me chatting away about something with somebody and with a glass of wine. Yeah yeah i like does lot better to because yeah you get more into the story to must be great with your background to you know how to interview people and and get resource sources and all that stuff. Yeah now that's the part about Back to true crime versus fiction. Is that when you write true crime. Those people are with you forever in your life. You know they trusted you to write their story. And you burn anybody and you. You do respectful job as you can so they with you forever and then with fiction. It's like sometimes really allen. I can't ever remember who the characters were from a book or two ago. Because i've already written to since then you know what i mean..

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"gregg" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"gregg" Discussed on ExtraTime

"I i guess you could evaluate performance but i think you know giving them give them the golden gloves and basically like call a good like i think we know how played so what now for matt turner is this in and we said on the last show. Charlie is a time to double down. Do you think this is it. Is he the starter. Come september man. Oh man i one thing that i really dislike is that we kinda just skip over. Ethan horvath i mean. He came in as a substitute for zach. Stephan in that nation's league final saved a pen at another big safe. And i had to clean sheet against costa rica in the following game. We don't give him any credit he's he's also in the mix as a starter because he's he's proven any made a move because he needed to make the move to play so he's starting every week at nottingham force in putting in performances than is named would certainly be in the equation. I don't envy gregg berhalter that you have three phenomenal keepers succumb in all three are capable of winning you games and concha calf but you always go at the hot hand. In in every instance the player who's playing consistently the player playing the best. That's always how the national team has been for the most part. It's we want guys who are obviously the considered the best but are playing every week weaken and week out and doing well and matt turner is doing that. So i think in that instance after tonight's performance against the mexican eighteen he volts himself to number. One sorry i just 'cause we're we're gonna have to put this in a graphics. I just wanna make sure that languages. Yeah so what. Charlie davies is saying is the guy who plays for pep guardiola at manchester city in the united kingdom otherwise known as england primarily is not the starter over the guy who plays for the new england revolution matinee. That is correct unless we see so we see we see. Something unforeseen with manchester city and edison goes down injured or something. Zack stephanie. And he's playing bar-. Barring that situation matt turner should be starting. Come world cup qualifiers. Because he's going to be informed should we should we victory lap for doyle or should we let him do that when he gets back from vegas Just in mexico probably like talking the year off of some poor bartender being told everybody like three and a half years ago. I was like matt turner. Have you seen this underlying numbers. His goals expected goals. It's at the top of the league like nobody was talking about this. But i'm here to tell you that he can be the starter for the national team and bartenders probably. Yeah yeah shut up man. Here's some more cuban you if you are. We talked about this stephan and he said look. I'm going to have to make a decision. Does this put any urgency behind that decision. Knowing that there is a world cup and world cup qualifying. We're gonna have ourselves. I'm sorry that there are world cup ours to worse there's a spot earned and is a place in your country's.

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"gregg" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"gregg" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Not only into world cup qualifying ready in going to qualify for the twenty to twenty two world cup but also for for twenty twenty six and beyond. Because we're producing players. major league. Soccer is producing players players young players going over to europe in getting playing time and developing. So there's a good mix within this group and they're all led by gregg berhalter who i think a lot of people that not enough. We need a bigger name for we need. We have bigger than even talked to do. They call him even bigger than that and look what he's done built a culture because you have a national team coach that went through the process and understands what a team means a an american team the chemistry playing that two thousand two world cup being a part of that squad when they went so far you bring that now back full circle as a coach. Redeveloping that same feeling and it showing. It is clearly showing and than we're probably going to talk a lot about gregg berhalter. I did my stock up stock down out of this camp. And i put him top of stock up but he didn't even need it. The nation's league win was enough that that was his goal. This summer was the winning trophy and to show that he could be a winner and show. That seemed could win. It already done that but some of the little points with this group. We've talked a lot about calendar. Costs working his way. Back in and gregg berhalter being able to keep him connected. Keep him motivated. Looking eric williamson. You literally lost his spot in this camp and he was still able to keep him motivating connected to the group he comes on and wins the game in the semifinals off the bench in one role and then he gets pulled into a final and placed is best ever game obviously at international level. Because it's like a second one in a huge moment where he's connected. He's winning tackles. he's doing the things he does. Well turning upfield when he gets opportunities but it just shows you george bello getting his second appearance and the confidence at the coaching staff has flowing over to him on the field. Matthew hoppy a guy who was off the radar six months ago and gives you one hundred eighteen minutes and maybe it was the best player on the field. All of that comes down to what we're talking about. Which is the faith culture. What they've built and and you.

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"gregg" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"gregg" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

"Have three parts of my legacy. One is remember the girl who broke my heart. Heartbreak came a book. I wrote and i always been the kid on the playground on sunday. I'm going to read a book and the kid who actually wrote a book so as part of my legacy is. I do have a book which publishes in the library of congress. Bam part of my legacy will outlive me number two. I have two gorgeous daughters who were straight a students who will go live longer than me but will do something greatness. Well both of them are just so focused on doing something so having children as part of a legacy and last but not least is what we're doing here a startup recovery. This is what jeff. And i had in mind. We started this company for years. Ago is like hey if we can bring somebody in and they can go hall and get their life back together or get their job back together or go back to school and become something great. We've just been part of their legacy. And so that's really the three parts of my legacy. Are this book. i wrote my children and what we've built here at startup recovering. I love that gregg. I love that man. And i think that's beautiful. Why of looking at your on legacy. And i think everyone's legacies very different. It's a unique thing to each individual man. But i love the work that you're doing i think it's at standing and i love hearing where it come from. I think is what this is all about a lot of my and we haven't even really discussed you know your sister's passing but all this stuff builds up and builds up and you've been our to maneuver your i'm on set and a wide. It snowed only sparring from that so obeying myself but ebay now to change people's lawf- in the process. And i think that that will always be a legacy know not a lotta people truly do with. They love in a lot of people truly living right now. And what main by that is. I feel like sometimes you not actually living if you just existing in your existing something that you generally not that passionate about. But on the flip side to that. It's really hard to foreign a passion. Sometimes when you haven't been out of step eddie comfort zone nurtured and try and in that regard the tight though sidesteps and you don't have a great friendship circle around you. Who would be prayed things.

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"gregg" Discussed on Band Ranting

Band Ranting

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"gregg" Discussed on Band Ranting

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"gregg" Discussed on Band Ranting

Band Ranting

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"gregg" Discussed on Band Ranting

"Jim suppo- your hosts and a music teacher Associate professor music college in san diego. we are wrapping up the show here last couple episodes As you know if you've been a regular sir this. The show was co hosted. By great. Hanson professor emeritus of the university of arizona and artistic director of santa wins who passed away about three weeks ago now and so we're trying to do is honor him. Celebrate his life Recognize his his wonderful contribution to the music world to the particularly the world of the wind. Band his effects that he's had on us all and So what i wanted to do today. I thought a lot about you. Know what greg would want and also You know what a crazy time. We're living in where we're living through the this covid epidemic and how it's made it made such a terrible situation where people aren't even able to attend funerals or or a hang out together and console each other and more together so i'm in the spirit of that i wanted to open up This forum for anyone who wants it to call in or to Leave a message to to discuss the with what they would like to say about greg and the impact that he had on him. I've gotten a number of Notes to me. Personally i wanna genuinely think those of you who wrote in some some of you complete strangers some of you Friends or colleagues. And it's it's been very nice I appreciate it very much And i also know there's been a huge outpouring of Emotion and Love for greg on his personal facebook. Page and i considered at one point reading some stuff from there. But i feel like that's i don't want to assume that people would would want those messages shared necessarily On this form although they they showed them already. So what. I've done is We've we've always had kind of an interesting situation with this podcast. It would make greg upset some times where you know we. We can see the statistics so obviously. This is a niche show. We're not this isn't something. The mass general public is is going to into listen into to a show about making classical wind band music but nonetheless it is a show that We have three four thousand people listening at a time so yet people are hesitant to call in to write in for whatever reason and i thought that might be the case again today again. I don't wanna diminish the people who did right to me. Thank you But but as far as I'll point for her greg. I haven't seen a lot of that on this. This page like. I said it's been on his personal facebook page so i wanted to that i do have the phone open right now So if anyone calls as we're going. I will be able to take the call. But what i wanted to do for for those of you. Who are listening going. No where students have greg's and were were Impacted by him is Share with you. Some audio i have of interviews we did. I don't remember. Actually the exact year i want to say it was. I think it was twenty. Fifteen two twenty sixteen Greg greg came out to senegal at the time but He came out that summer to conduct a semi winds concert in also work with our our summer music camp that we ran and while he was out there i thought it would be A great use of his time that while he wasn't Conducting teaching to just sit him down and get them on on camera talking about his life. And i'm really glad we did that so we have probably gosh. I don't even. I would guesstimate twenty hours of footage of of greg. Just talking about You know his life and his experiences in music and at some point it would be great to to to make a project out of that anyone's interested by the way i'm happy to to include you in that But having started to go through the the tapes listened in and Pick out some interesting things. I think there's some stuff that i certainly didn't know that many people probably didn't know And i thought it'd be interesting to kind of share with you. Some of these biographical bits and hear him talking. So that's that's what i was planning to do. Today is to sort of share with you. Some moments from greg's life in his own words And then again if anyone calls and we're happy to take it and then I wanted to do one more show. Only because greg asked for it so one of the last time. I spoke with him. He texted me and is very excited about doing the show I'm trying to look right now. The name of the person he wanted to do a show about sure. I can find it. But he talks to me. And he said again in his typical sort of blunt. Way that He knew he was getting towards the end and he wanted his last show to be about. Tom ford's philosophy of passing cultural relevance. And a lifetime and he said that'll be my last one and so i'd like to fulfill his last wish there to make our last podcast about that. So that all being said let me share with you some clips. I've got him start with Some stuff from his early life. I don't know if. I don't know how much everyone knows about greg. Born in ogden utah and both of his parents were musicians. Pretty remarkable musicians actually. His mother faye was really really famous. Trumpet teacher That folks from all over the country would come to study with. and she's well known Ravelli actually he. He told a story about how ravelli knew her and respected her very much And she was just a very good musician. teacher i think greg got a lot of his Kind of wit and quickness from her. He told me a lot of funny stories about her His dad was a choir director and Greg saying his choir and he had a lot of Early experiences In music from those two. And i remember he used to tell me about how he and his friends would Get records and listen record so early in his life he loved music and he loved specifically classical music. But i found In in the interviews. That was found this clip that i thought was particularly illustrative of how deeply committed to music. He was at a really young age in. This is talking about middle school. So let me play this clip for you about great talking about how much.

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"gregg" Discussed on Band Ranting

Band Ranting

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"gregg" Discussed on Band Ranting

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"gregg" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"gregg" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"So embattled Wichita state coach Gregg Marshall released another statement second statement about the allegations made against him earlier this week. . and. . Among other things, , he said this in response to the allegations put forward in the media I simply state unequivocally that I have never physically struck a player or colleague he continued allegations claiming otherwise are false. . It is important that the investigation is school. . This investigation that Wichita State. . is currently. . Conducting. . It is important that the investigation conclude its work without outside influence in unrelenting character assassination by a member of the media that's Jeff Goodman. . That repeatedly targets in my family threatens to undermine the impartiality of the investigation in quote, , I should make it clear. . Gregg Marshall didn't say Jeff Goodman I was just sort of added that to Mexican people understand the unrelenting character associated by a member of the media. . That seemed directed at at Jeff Goodman who of course, , interviewed more than thirty people connected to Wichita State Program to write the story that they published at stadium a what stadium dot com last week. . So norlander, , what did you think of Gregg Marshall said? ? Statement because it goes way further than the first statement in the first statement, , he did not say he's never physically struck a player or Collie and that's when he did. . On my question for you is, , why do you think Greg Marshall made this statement which was six days after the stories. . From Goodman and from the athletic why do you think he made the statement? ? He made six days for moved. . I have a thought on a theory on but I was curious what you might think I think he has. . been made aware or has reached the conclusion on his own that listen. . If you put your hands on player, , it's over. . And so at that point, , you got really one option if your goal is trying to your job and that is just to say, , didn't happen. .

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"gregg" Discussed on Take It EV

Take It EV

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"gregg" Discussed on Take It EV

"It's going to take you fifteen minutes longer. But because you're not driving so fast you arrange is going to increase massively. And he's had to. Ever since. I got the the the von of just been driving on euros instead of the motorway. And i've got plenty of of jews to go around so i think this is just basically the same thing we saw in the market. Initially where people would or buy a car that has say eighty miles. I'm talking about the twenty four colorado leave of about estimated range but some people saw it was only capable of doing fifty because of the way they drove And it's the same thing with the dvd drivers. I suspect that. And this is unconfirmed. Speculation on my part that some of those either contracting drivers or just drive us who've been given and household charge given some allowance to cover the fuel basically. Because it's going to cost you know two pounds a month to chart that van maybe even more and instead of charging at home they've decided to use public Charging network which is free so the council covers that in most cases that cost instead of they still give the twenty thirty pounds or whatever they get from the dvd but again this is a while speculation on my part and again dvd. If you want to talk about this. I'm happy like i was very excited to talk. Bird to one of the directors but he was so. I'm the true this is going to have a go again but But if you really want to have a you know like a pr campaign just get talked to somebody in a professional manner and just be nice. All i wanted to do at the end of the is find out why some of the drivers are squatting on the public charging infrastructure and. Why some of the drivers need to charge on the repechage of. Hey this is my speculation and this kind of concludes my dvd segment. Which i hope. I'll never i'm never going to charge Talk about again in. In this way again. I love what they're doing and Bio plenty of companies who used dvd. Because you know it's an amazing business so I actually love the fact that Most of my deliveries these days come on an electric one. I'm all for it. So that's that's after the break. I'll talk about why didn't go for i d three. Stay tuned mystic grumpy. Yup let's talk about is e three and why not only three After the the lockdown in uk when business starts is going up open. i still had no information about the pricing ninety three in the uk. You know we will give such a wide range of pricing. Some people would say would be twenty five thousand pounds. Other people will be going to model three level. Forty thousand plus pound costs for the first Generation varied varied so much Very very hard to make a decision. And we've received a call from the kea garbage basically saying to us. Look the car is going to be here in two weeks winter. No now for the take it or 'cause obviously some people have a chance in the change in their circumstance over the lockdown and the you know they decided not to not to go ahead with buying the car which is fair enough. Sada's you know does does actually a surplus of vs in some marriages right now because of that. So actually. if you're looking for a brand new v. I suggest to call calling around because your local guard is not going to tell you the the. That's the same car sitting two hundred miles away in the garbage on the lot Because it's just a different network. Just assad reality so. We had to make a really hard a hard decision about counseling. The id three older just because the key would be here earlier than we under survey us. We still have no news. I think volkswagen garrett was still closed for the two weeks So nacho why we didn't go for. Id three sutton in one before that as well. So basically kiyo has been around since i believe terrorism eighteen and we were driven one last year. I had one from the experience center. So i've seen the car touch the car driven the car. I as far as i know again. I think powertrain didn't change march so we knew that we love that car. In fact i actually. I said that too many people if somebody offered me a second hand in the time when i test drove one Just the go to the bunket alone and just buy it there. And then because i was so happy with it so fast forward couple of weeks and weeks actually I went to the vw garage recently. To have a look at one they now have. I think three of them. Just them around the garage. That you can have a look at believe. Some of them are available for test drive as well and a sudden inside one thought to us. Well maybe i should avoid his. It is actually. It is very nice. Interior interior different. Been more minimalistic and it's it's different. It's it's different anything the vw put out before. But i think that's the whole idea. They they want to establish a new line. Of course so obviously everything to be rethought from ground up. It's a vw. So the quality of obviously visible there from other people who had the delivered the the very very happy with them. You know the plenty of room in the interior of it's been designed from ground up to be an easy unlike the kea in euro which is just a variant of an ice car It you know. There's a lot of voice that space near onto the bonnet and then various other places because it's designed to be peachy mild hybrids whatever other hybrids like fifty different variants of hybrids than pure is. So but i don't know. I had basically i thought to myself. Oh we should have maybe waited hands Keno has proven car whereas the vw id three is fairly new. I you know. I jan.

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"gregg" Discussed on Take It EV

Take It EV

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"gregg" Discussed on Take It EV

"Slot must've issue but I just find myself adjusting the seats quite a lot and speaking of which it's an electric adjustment so it's it's great because because i don't have to stop do it didn't have you ever tried. Changing your seat. Position was driving in a car. That doesn't have an electric one. It's not a very safe thing to do. Is just put it that way so i find myself adjusting it quite a lot but again that's a benefit of having such a such a thing so it's not a massive downside. The boots i find the birth canal how to describe it again. It's there's a false floor on top of the boot you can. You can remove an underneath as a charging cable and couple of other trinka than his styrofoam set of customink that With lift different pocket. You can remove altogether. But anytime i put anything in the boot of just ends up just rolling around. The tooth move does no. There's nothing to grip your shopping or anything like that I think volvo is the only brand that actually has this right which they have lows of hooks and little things that you can actually touch things to and and the thing that you can put around. Would you can buy extra with era era but it doesn't come as a standard To be another downside. there's no way to open the charging from the remote which first world problems right At least it opens in such a way that i can actually see the charging ports. Some brands have decided to put a charging port flop. So that is obscured. I don't understand that. I don't know how to know how that went through. Qa but And i think that's it. Like i mean like i said. The car is pretty amazing. I've no i've no No issues whatsoever. Ob greater it'll be even greater if it was an easy the designed from ground up and that's the only kind of major owns a downside but a major regret from my side. 'cause we initially actually were Looking at the. Id three which we ended up not buying a ended up buying sorry Which i'll talk.

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"gregg" Discussed on Take It EV

Take It EV

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"gregg" Discussed on Take It EV

"Just i drive a leaf so basically planet trip and say okay. Well need to drive for the next hundred thousand miles. And then plug in or hundred miles and unplugging and then wait forty five minutes take of again driver but spoiler driving two hundred miles in this country takes an awful longtime by the us to know about the rest of europe but in the uk you have to dry for about four or five hours. Basically to drive that much. And the that far. And i don't know about yourself even when i was younger. I don't think i could safely say that. I could sit behind the wheel for that long and still feel like you know like it's appropriate nevermind splutters and having to just eat stuff during the day when you're on the long trip and obviously you're passengers might not feel very safe and and and refreshed if they have to sit in the car. That's driving for so long so we've adopted since as slightly Mall sort of appropriate way of driving which is dry for about two hours to the walk clock rather than the mileage stop and of course going to stop at the service station or anywhere. You're going to find a place with a rapid plug plugin it's obviously. Ccs up tomorrow so that kind of changes the pattern of of the The charge network usage but not massively to be honest And said therefore fifteen minutes twenty minutes of a hold of however long it takes for us to go to the toilet. Goats the Place vitamin to drink eat consume. Such things are not and then drive off. And generally. I try and i try to be the place for about fifteen minutes at least And i'll give me enough politics enough charge most of the time to kind of propel myself on another hour two and you know eventually. Of course the the the the the running average serve your your average sham average but like your brackets if you imagine the the up and down a bracket of of the the state of charge of going to descend of drop down eventually but Two longest drive of done so far in one direction was to actually visit the folks at the yorkshire tv club for the meet up in whole that advice and the took me foreign half hours one way of for about five hours one way and stop twice once just to get a coffee again. Fifteen minutes stop and second time. I want to have to have lunch so before. I showed up at eleven o'clock the the meet up and i set of at six o'clock So i stopped around ten o'clock in newark on trent hogwash. Myself a lunch. I waited for the concert about seventy five percent. By the time i got to hold. It was fifty which gives you rated estimated range of about one hundred and twenty miles plenty. I mean hundred. Twenty miles is just enough to the to go. Virtually anywhere in any direction in the uk and you can encounter at least one Rough charge on the way to up. And you're going to be driving for over an hour to do that so again And on my way back. I actually kept on stopping more because Asya know i've driven foreign half five hours. One way spoke to plenty of people. Very lovely people in yorkshire highly. Recommend visiting if you've never been one of them up selfishly now with the with the covert thing. Probably not as much of that happening but happens over again. I highly recommend that you drive to meet those people. Even in yorkshire. Y'all and so you know. I said on my way back home about four o'clock for pm. And i was tired driving. They're talking to people having lunch talking to more people so on my way back. I just took it easy. Take it easy right. I think i just ended up driving sort of about hour and a half and anytime i would encounter either a service station where i wanted to go to the loo. All i wanted to have a snack coffee or there was an on charger. I'll stop for ten fifteen minutes Think it was more like fifteen minutes each time. And just tell pop each time and i got home with you. Know thirty something percent out of all nine pm two. That was a very long day six. Pm six am left. nine pm. came back That was the longest trip. I've done I've done one trip. Where i've just driven without much of a reason to drive in one or the other direction What i actually managed to dry for managed to dry for four hours without stopping. And you know i felt safe at the end but i would not recommend doing it to be honest and and that that was one hundred ninety five miles for from where i live and i didn't drive slow. I didn't draw fast. I drove sort of you. Know average safe idled speed as i call it in the so. That's the key in euro. I i've say you know i love it. It's a it's a massive upgrade from nissan leaf Even for tequila but amazingly from thirty hour. Leave which you know. I don't know if you know much about that car. But thirty thirty our leaves into our lives and not much has changed interior wise since the car was released in two thousand and eleven. I think eliot basically so You know in two thousand. Twenty cars dated visibly insight. It's still pretty good in terms of the interior but its competitive. The today's cars obviously bit dated so jumping into a kia in euro is a massive step up from that but to be honest. Any other any other car that you buy today. Would it be hyon aiko or would it be. Mg's that as e or any other so many now. wow twenty twenty again right. It's it's it's just it's amazing anyway. I'll give you a bit a breather. Because i've been talking lot and safe things more about my new to this request rather take about electric fire that your years are visibly relaxed all safe. Few things more about kia you because you know Why not so the downsides. It's obviously slightly larger. It's more of a problem for my wife than myself. But i don't find the seats. Ask comfortable as the Nissan leaf once it lacks the the sort of the side support dot describing basically in the in the sort of sportier categories of of seeds. You have these so-called bucket seats wrap around your slightly as you sit in them. And the nissan leaf had doubts Sort of around your your waist area. You know it'd be sort of grouping you in the corners. I just don't find a comfortable position in kia in europe at the moment.

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"gregg" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"gregg" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"How you know, this is an opportunity to start thinking about not only the money aspects of work, but the mission you know. What is it that you want to be said about you? What do you want your legacy to be in for the first time in many people's lives, this may be the first time where they may be able to balance the two in really do something that is very fulfilling rewarding to them. Welcome to the.

"gregg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"gregg" Discussed on KOMO

"The cold morning news Gregg Hersholt along with manufacture and Franklin Street the editor's desk a bill addressing the economic fallout to the corona virus outbreak is finally headed to the Senate the house passed a revised version of the emergency bill last night house leaders in the treasury secretary had to make technical revisions to the bill before sending it to the Senate it was first approved early Saturday morning the Senate could take it up today researchers say people who don't know they have the corona virus could be spreading most of the infection epidemic specialists created a mathematical model based on data from China where the outbreak started and the father nearly eighty percent of confirmed cases were transmitted by people who were not diagnosed because they only have mild limited or no symptoms several states are holding presidential primaries today much of the corona virus may have something to say about that C. B. C. news correspondent Ryan burrow is with us right now to kind of get us up to speed first of all let's ask you what's happening in Ohio there was talk about postponing the voting there yeah and it looks like there will be no in person voting today this will turn out to be a legal masks in the coming weeks ahead you just have a feeling because number one early votes have come in absentee ballots have come in today was supposed to be the day that people could make there in person both votes on primary day but the governor as of yesterday afternoon said that he was going to hold that that it would not happen because of CDC regulations barring gatherings of more than fifty people you didn't know how that would be possible bites to do that he had to bring it to a judge or at least that's the Avenue he went he filed for an injunction to stop the the election day from happening the judge denied that yesterday at seven PM eastern time thank look you've only given twelve hours for people to to know this information make a ruling before the polls open I it's going to disenfranchise the people who have already voted and now their votes have not been tabulated as well you didn't bring the General Assembly and to you know issue an emergency session and issue an emergency order that way so the judge denied itself the governor did a little bit of a workaround and it's actually the state health officials who are shutting down all of the polling locations giving them on say so even if people didn't want to vote today likely they will not be able to enter the building where they have a hard time finding plea if people to staff those polling places well E. here in Illinois that was the big issue they were there was a desperate plea yesterday because a lot of the elderly workers did not want to Mandy's polling location so they were calling off we're talking hundreds in Chicago alone were calling off and you don't have election judges and poll workers well you've got big problems so I've already bad talking with a few people here at the Chicago super location who have been shuffled around to three different locations this morning the card to the address that's on their card is not open to a move to a county building then they get shifted to a city building so it's been a little bit of a mass from that perspective some people on their third location before they're able to finally get their vote and so that's all high and then that's Illinois what about Arizona and Florida are we hearing any potential problems in those states which hold primaries today you you could end up seeing very similar situations we haven't heard anything quite is as large but we'll see how this day plays out I don't believe Arizona's building quite yet the Florida I know that the the National Guard was being called in to some extent to help man some of these polling locations but that the polls are supposed to be on and then the elections are supposed to happen in those two states as well the seemingly as a make or break day for Bernie Sanders and we heard about all of this from the candidates you know we really haven't heard at U. Maj Joe Biden's campaign released a statement yesterday telling people that you know they would heed to all of the CDC guidelines and recommendations I mean this was supposed to be a a make or break today for her Bernie Sanders you know if you could if you could hold what we're what we're seeing now is electorate that we don't know who's going to turn out and just to be honest with you a lot of the primaries that are occurring immediately after this we're talking Kentucky were talking Louisiana and that's coming up as they have already started pushing their election days back so we could be in kind of a holding pattern as far as the election cycle goes for a little while Ryan thanks for filling us in this morning A. B. C. news correspondent Ryan burrow with us from Chicago Joe Biden has been declared the winner of last week's democratic presidential primary here in Washington state giving him victories in five out of six states that voted March tenth komo news time five twenty.

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"gregg" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"gregg" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Lord Gregg Jarrett I wanted to ask you I I just can't explain it said explicable to me Gregg Jarrett how is it possible if you could explain how is it possible to think bribing mall is that chant death to America and want to wipe Israel off the map giving the money is a good idea well two things it's easy way out I mean it's just easier to pay cash then to take strong aggressive action to stop terrorists and second of all it is a part of the trump derangement syndrome if Obama does it it's great if trump does it it's horrible and that's just stupid well yes it is you know I think we now have the emergence of the strum Dr I'll talk to anybody a lot of people said that's outrageous while you talk to anybody and also I want peace I'll even take a little bit of your crap you know the drones in those the ship's taken hostages Sir but you're not going to kill Americans that's our line in the sand and if you do you're gonna pay a big price simple right Jeff I like that because I don't boots on the ground we can't send kids to war anymore because they always politicize it in the swamp and then we say never mind so you want to go there just bomb the daylights out of them like we did with ice is now we have new technology right you've been making this point repeatedly and you're absolutely dead on correct once they get us in the war then all hell breaks loose in the protest in there in the streets and all this kind of thing it's just it's just simply not worth an American kids life to do this and notably the irony here I don't know how much attention this is gotten them let alone American contractors it would kill was killed with a legal Muslim American immigrant and what's your reaction Greg Garrett yeah I mean it it's it's a great point it you know your argument is really trumps argument and that is that this is very simple he if you attack our people if you jeopardize our national security well I have a right as president under the constitution to take aggressive action it is always been that way presidents have been doing it for decades in my lifetime and and Democrats you know when trump does it Democrats in two blocks over into this mindless hysteria it's this reflexive Pavlovian response that whatever trump does must be wrong we must condemn it with guard list of whether it makes absolute common sense to do it guys I want to thank you both Jeff floored and Gregg Jarrett kind of take a break here we are when we come back of course is Friday our best sounded the week coming up your calls and much more eight hundred nine four one Shawn you wanna be a part of the program also Daniel Akhbar is going to join us with more Intel information about what life in a ran as like he knows because he was tortured and tried and imprisoned in Bulgaria because he converted to Christianity and he knows what the meeting the real meaning of the killing of Solomonic he is and what it should mean to the people of Iran that straight ahead now news traffic and weather on the patriot in Oakland county we've got the right shoulder blocked by the ninety six westbound at no by road because when an accident also in Oakland county we've got both shoulders blocked by ninety.

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