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Pelosi tells House: Trump 'must go,' calls him 'clear and present danger to the nation that we all love'
"On the House floor. They're in the final half hour of debate on whether President Trump should be impeached for a second time. Nancy Pelosi was the first to speak. He must go. He is a clear and present danger to the nation also supporting impeachment. New York Congressman Democrat Gregory Meeks. The cameras of history are rolling. We must act we must in peace. Donald J. Trump to show the world that we will stand for. Most Republicans have expressed opposition Georgia's Andrew Clyde. My Democratic colleagues were serious in their efforts to get to the truth. Would convene the House Judiciary Committee and investigate But they're not one Republican, those speaking in favor of impeachment, Washington's Dan Newhouse, he was critical of the president last week there was a domestic threat at the door of the capital. And he did nothing to stop. The article of impeachment is expected to pass any Senate trial, however, may not come until Mr Trump leaves
"gregory meeks" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"WCBS news time. 11 03 No Corona virus stimulus bill comes up for a vote this week, but Senate Democrats say it will be dead on arrival here's at WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg. Democrats want more money for things like state and local governments, transportation, education and elections. This is Congressman Gregory Meeks. What this president is doing. He's actually doing what he claimed The rhetoric above us. He's really the rhetoric of de funding education. You don't put money into city in state. That's what you're doing The funding hospitals. You don't put money into city in state. You defunding hospitals, the funding fire departments. You don't put money. Into city in state. You defunding fire departments and, yes, the funding the police. White House Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows called Democrats proposal for a trillion dollars in state and local aid not based on reality. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says they are willing to come down in their proposal. But the Senate GOP bill is emaciated in midtown. Mac Rosenberg WCBS news radio 80. The good news out of New Jersey is that Corona virus hospitalizations hit a six month low with 389 patients is of last night. But the state reported 344 new cases in two deaths today, and more importantly, the rate of transmission increased for the 10th straight day. It's now up to 1.9 up from 1.6 the previous day. That means that each Cates leads to a least one additional case, and the outbreak is expanding. This is especially concerning in light of the fact it's schools. They're about to re open this week with a mix of in person remote and hybrid learning plans. Wow. The virus attack, primarily the northern part of the state when the outbreak for started at this point, the transmission rates are fairly evenly divided among North Central and South jersey. Meanwhile, in New York, the numbers were made impressive. The state has now had an infection rate below 1% for an entire month. There were nearly 59,000 test results reported yesterday and 10.8 came back positive. Marking the 31st straight day below 1%. There were two additional deaths reported one in the Bronx and one in Brooklyn, bringing the state total to 25,361 413 people remain hospitalized. In a statement, Governor, Cuomo said As we close out this Labor Day weekend, I urge everyone to remain smart so we can continue to celebrate our progress in the years and months in the weeks and months ahead. Corona. Virus rates are rising in some communities with large Orthodox Jewish populations. And the New York City Department of Health has stepped into action WCBS a steeper and says details. The news came in a letter from the city Department of Health sent to several Orthodox media outlets. It warns of percent positive rates that air rising sharply in a handful of neighborhoods, among them Orthodox Jewish areas like Borough Park, Midwood in Williamsburg. Officials are reminding everyone of the basics. Cover your face, keep your distance but also insisting that there's no evidence of herd immunity anywhere because you may have had a fortunate break in terms of having infection. And having new cases doesn't mean that that's going to persist. Dr. Aaron glad and infectious disease doctor and rabbi in Nassau County says it's often challenging for the city to get its message across in these places, sometimes the most appropriate ways to reach out to these communities to the religious leadership. It's a tremendous respect for the religious leadership because of how insular these communities are. Glad doesn't think the's rising rates posed a danger to the rest of the city. Steve Burns. WCBS NEWS RADIO 80 Gunfire in juvie that's coming up in three minutes. WCBS news time. 11 07 When you need more than just the headlines.
Bloomberg endorsed by 3 Congressional Black Caucus members
"Some members of the congressional black caucus are supporting former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg's run for presidency amid controversy this week over his one time stop and frisk policy NBC's Josh liederman has details three from the congressional black caucus shots yesterday I'm putting Lucy make from nature in neighboring Georgia whose son was killed by gun violence obviously an issue that's very near and dear to the Bloomberg campaign other members backing Bloomberg our representatives Gregory Meeks of New York Stacey Plaskett Virgin Islands at two thousand fifteen audio recording surfaced this week or the three time New York City mayor gave a full throated defense of stop and frisk which disproportionately affected
Congressman Proposes Legislation To Help Relieve Taxi Drivers Of Debt
"New York congressman is trying to keep the taxi medallion owners from being hit with a financial double whammy rich land has the story it turns out under present IRS rules so called debt relief is currently counted as income income congressman congressman Gregory Gregory Meeks Meeks is is the the main main sponsor sponsor of of a a federal federal measure measure to to one one do do that that thus thus preventing preventing beleaguered beleaguered medallion medallion owners owners from from ending ending up up owing owing a bundle to the IRS what is happened to taxi drivers in New York City is both tragic an outrageous yeah this bill is a crucial step that will provide real relief for many drivers and I pray it will push other financial institutions the city and the credit unions to act responsibly as well makes measure has the endorsement of the entire New York congressional delegation
Bailout Up to $500 Million Proposed for Taxi Drivers Trapped in Loans
"A bill is being unveiled today to help struggling taxi medallion owners New York congressman Gregory Meeks so this bill insure that this debt relief would be excluded from gross income for tax calculations so that they would not Nick says nearly a thousand drivers already filed for bankruptcy burdened by medallion debt which can run over a million dollars meantime the market price of medallions has fallen from eighty percent over the past few
"gregory meeks" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Gregory Meeks of New York speaking about the recent anti semitic attacks in and around New York City and around the country you're listening to the CBS news weekend round up I'm bill Rakoff questions and conspiracy theories abound surrounding the death of Jeffrey abstain the wealthy financier who is suspected in human sex trafficking abstain was found dead in his jail cell last year an apparent victim of suicide but those those questions remain sixty minutes decided to investigate and corresponded Suren Alfonsi previews Sunday's reports guards found abstinent approximately six thirty three AM and sources say one of them could be over heard saying three that Steen brief forensic pathologist doctor Michael Baden who observe the autopsy for the F. Steen family believes the Jeffrey Epstein died around four thirty that morning two hours earlier the guards say they came in at six thirty they found them they call emergency services they tried to do CPR with them but he's dead but rather than leave the body there they take the body to an emergency room yeah is that normal protocol no that's a that's not normal protocol the EMS people normally especially in jail should not move a dead body he's right bureau of prison protocol mandates a suicide scene should be treated with the same level of protection as any crime scene in which a death has occurred journal finds he is with us now Sharon welcome what what is the prison guards do with Jeffrey esteemed body so immediately after they discovered him they took him to the hospital and they were trying to do CPR and I'm about an hour after I got to the hospital they declared him officially dead about seven thirty and then it's in the morgue I when they did the autopsy the next day what we.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Aisle have condemned the attacks and others are calling for more protections New York congressman Gregory Meeks spoke at a press conference this week it was it was in here today because I wish that the symptoms of cancer that is taking place in our country didn't exist I wish that we didn't have this sickness in our society I thought then you look at this great experiment we call America that we have observed from our past that we would do better and we would have been healed by now from the sickness I hate we would have learned by now that in this place that we call the United States of America and in this city it is eight it has been an example of multi cultural multi religions and of acceptance would not become one of the cancer there's no existing in our country it means that we've got to all come together to make sure that we do everything leave a stone on turn to get rid of this cancer that is eating at our society.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Means that we've got to all come together to make sure that we do every day leave no stone on term to get rid of this cancer that is eating at our society representative Gregory Meeks of New York speaking about the recent anti semitic attacks in and around New York City and around the country you're listening to the CBS news weekend round up I'm bill Rakoff questions and conspiracy theories abound surrounding the death of Jeffrey Epstein the wealthy financier who is suspected in human sex trafficking abstain was found dead in his jail cell last year an apparent victim of suicide but those those questions remain sixty minutes decided to investigate and corresponded sure now Fonsi previews Sunday's report guards found abstaining approximately six thirty three AM and sources say one of them could be over heard saying breed that Steen brief forensic pathologist doctor Michael Baden who observed the autopsy for the existing family believes the Jeffrey Epstein died around four thirty that morning two hours earlier the guard say they came in at six thirty they found them they call emergency services they tried to do CPR with them that he's dead but rather than leave the body there they take the body to an emergency room yeah is that normal protocol no that's a that's not normal protocol the EMS people normally especially in jail should not move a dead body he's right bureau of prison protocol mandates a suicide scene should be treated with the same level of protection as any crime scene in which a death has occurred journal finds he is with us now Sharon welcome what what is the prison guards do with Jeffrey of Steve's body so immediately after they discovered and they took him to the hospital and they were trying to do CPR and I'm on about an hour after I got to the hospital they declared him officially dead about seven thirty and then hitting them work out when they did the autopsy the next day what we know about what was found in Jeffrey absence jail cell so it's interesting you would think that it would be if sparks right this is a federal prison high security out what we have learned through our reporting is that there was multiple she said there are lots of bad and an electrical cord no prescription medicine there is actually notes and a paper he had written a note and on Sunday will show you what that man said so in the PC or heard saying that a guard was saying read as Jeffrey breed it so this was widely known what was happening in the present or to we we aren't sure well we know the way that the prison was set up he was in a in a secure area were there about eight cells and so we have heard and our our sources tell us that the guards could be over heard saying brie that sting breed and what's kind of areas that after that the prisoners that were in that secure area all started chanting breed that steam bring it so the first day with the prisoners other prisoners were aware of what was going on something was going on it's you know the doors are blocked they probably couldn't see that much but certainly they heard the commotion or that with Mr video surveillance in there and in in that area it's a great question we know that there was video surveillance facing the guard's status which is outside of the area where he was we are told that the video facing the cells the video the might have seen his cell door was corrected so on the question what was in his jail cell I mean is entering you would expect it to be Spartan if currently it wasn't but was that a violation there in that cell and was it with was an unusual to find bed sheets there's a very specific bureau of prison protocol but what's allowed inside the cell and I think you'll see on Sunday when you see the photos that a lot of the betting raises a lot of questions as you know it had been reported that he made a first failed suicide attempt weeks earlier and yet his cell is covered in bedding and sheets he was the only person in the south and if there were enough sheets for lots of people you can see the full report on this week's sixty minutes on Sunday on your local CBS station still to come the democratic presidential heard is standing here listening to the CBS news we can round up on the CBS news weekend round up I'm bill Rakoff joining me now is CBS news congressional on Washington correspondent ed o'keefe we're going to talk a little bit about the presidential campaign in just a minute but let's start out with Congress returning in the Senate returned on Friday the house is back on Monday number one item will be the agenda of impeachment and just how the trial is going to look but we still have an awful lot of questions that remain before we even start talking about when it's going to happen yes exactly I mean we we have Democrats of course still are clamoring for the ability to call witnesses and and essentially have them ready to go at the start of this trial worse as Republicans who are recalling the precedent set during the Bill Clinton impeachment trial that essentially allowed the Senate trial to begin and then left open the option of possibly calling witnesses later if the impasse continues into Tuesday or Wednesday then this could be drawn out affair but if Nancy Pelosi comes back and sends the articles of impeachment over to the Senate in sort of forces Senate Republicans hands and we'll see exactly how quickly this begins everyone anticipates it will begin at some point in January it's just a question of when exactly that's because everybody on both sides of the aisle would like to get this over with you know maybe even if it's got some witnesses attached to it they still wanted over sooner than later for campaign and other purposes right not only do the Democrats running for president who are centers want this over with but the Republican senators running for reelection there are more Republicans and Democrats doing so are also eager to clear the decks of this and everyone generally wants to be able to do again what they did at the end of the year which is passed several big ticket items with bipartisan support remember right before Christmas they laughed and were able to pass a new trade deal in the house which will be taken up soon by the Senate there was work on a prescription drug benefit plan that also will get completed at some point early this year but also the government decided to keep the lights on through the end of the fiscal year September meeting there will be another shut down and it was a massive defense bill that had several other unrelated items in it that allows many members to go home and crow about home state or personal priorities that should help them get reelected so they'll be looking to do that again probably no later than Easter in April at which point essentially the re election season really begins in earnest to the president for a minute add you he has gone back and forth on this while he says he is inclined to follow the lead of Mitch McConnell Lindsey Graham another Senate Republicans as to how the Senate trial should look almost in the same breath afterwards he generally follows up but wouldn't it be great to hear from the whistle blower and see who that was a blower is so the president may be saying one thing but maybe privately he's still looking perhaps for show I think in this case in this instance as with most instances he is his own worst enemy here and while Republicans are sort of urging him to restrain himself and allow this thing to play out as quickly expeditiously as possible yes clearly the president would like to see a show and be able to stick it to his opponents his democratic critics especially not only does he want to hear from the whistle blower he'd love to see a situation where Joe and hunter Biden or track and by the Senate to explain themselves in the issue that essentially was the obsession of the president last year and because its impeachment inquiry to begin but the bite and say that they are necessarily up for obliging to any Senate subpoena so switch gears and talk about the presidential campaign for just a moment this week saw who the young Kastro suspend his campaign Marianne Williamson pretty much lay off her entire staff though is she still considers herself I guess to be in the race here the herd is standing a little bit but other still an awful lot of candidates out there that's right eight feel that once had twenty eight contenders has been cut in half to what some of us would think is a more manageable fourteen certainly for many voters it still overwhelming but really you have to look at maybe no more than seven at this point that are in this and either through polling or fund raising or both have built the kind of formidable operation that has the potential to go for a little while that is of course Bernie Sanders Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Pete booted judge Amy club which are Andrew gang and I guess to some extent while you have to say Mike Bloomberg who is self funding and isn't even worrying about fundraising but all of those others hit double digits in the fourth quarter and my banking away that kind of money they are able to essentially bankroll not only the staff budget in the travel but potentially advertising and the ability to open up operations in new states should they somehow prevail in the first four contests and want to continue on into super Tuesday is Andrea hang a nobody at the beginning of the year at least in the political sense said just this week he now believes that with the sixteen and a half billion dollars he raised in the fourth quarter he has the potential not to go the distance well into the spring CBS news is that keep on Capitol Hill for us thanks so much for your time take care this is the CBS news weekend round up by bill right cough the trump administration and the FDA taking unprecedented action this week to try and stop the team vaping epidemic under the direction of the White House a ban on meant fruit and desert flavored E. cigarette cartridges will go into effect in thirty days the band does not include the sale of menthol or tobacco flavors CBS news investigative reporter Anna Werner has the story insiders told CBS.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Gregory Meeks of New York speaking about the recent anti semitic attacks in and around New York City and around the country you're listening to the CBS news we can round up I'm bill Rakoff questions and conspiracy theories abound surrounding the death of Jeffrey abstain the wealthy financier who is suspected in human sex trafficking abstain was found dead in his jail cell last year an apparent victim of suicide but those those questions remain sixty minutes decided to investigate and corresponded Suren Alfonsi previews Sunday's reports guards found abstinent approximately six thirty three AM and sources say one of them could be over heard saying breeze that Steen brief forensic pathologist doctor Michael Baden who observed the autopsy for the F. Steen family believes the Jeffrey Epstein died around four thirty that morning two hours earlier the guards say they came in at six thirty they found them they call emergency services they tried to do CPR with them but he's dead but rather than leave the body there they take the body to an emergency room yeah is that normal protocol no that's a that's not normal protocol the EMS people normally especially in jail should not move a dead body he's right bureau of prison protocol mandates a suicide scene should be treated with the same level of protection as any crime scene in which a death has occurred journal finds he is with us now Sharon welcome what what is the prison guards do with Jeffrey of teens body so immediately after they discovered him they took him to the hospital and they were trying to do CPR and I'm out about an hour after I got to the hospital they declared him officially dead about seven thirty and then if single work out what they did the autopsy the next day what.
CNN, Special Counsel And Robert Muller discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Majority of house Democrats are now on record supporting impeachment by CNN's count at least twenty three of gonna record since the testimony of former special counsel Robert Muller adding up to a hundred and eighteen supporting impeachment or an inquiry New York congressman Gregory Meeks says they want to move carefully what we want to do is to make sure we dot I's and cross I tease and get every evidence all of the evidence that's will go so that when we do I'm page we get to the impeachment prop up point we can make sure he's also convicted new numbers may bring pressure on house speaker Nancy Pelosi when Congress returns from the August
Hamas accepts cease-fire after massive Israeli Gaza strikes
"Couple of days before they're able to raise an amphibious duck boat from the, bottom of table. Rock lake in Branson Missouri seventeen people, died when it sank, during violent storm NPR's David Schaper reports the NTSB is looking at whether safety problems raised in previous incidents, may contributed NTSB, investigators have, raised concerns. In the past about buoyancy problems with duck boats. And their tendency to easily be swamped and sunk by highways like those on table rock lake during Thursday's storm and there's long been concerns about canopy roof son duck boats that have trapped passengers and crew inside the boat underwater duck, boats are tap straps Philadelphia, attorney Robert Bangalore z. represented victims in two. Thousand ten duck boat incident in the Delaware river these things are defective they're dangerous. And they are, floating and in this case sinking coffins other experts wonder why the duck boat, was even out on the water at all when there appears to have been ample warning That the. Harsh storm was approaching David Schaper NPR news The HAMAs militant group in Gaza says it's agreed to a. Ceasefire which is so far holding NPR's Daniel estrin reports the truce follows a. Flare up with Israel that threatened to escalate to war a HAMAs spokesman said the. Ceasefire was, reached with Egyptian and international help on Friday Israel says Gaza. Militants shot and killed in Israeli soldier near the. Border and, Israel responded with, strikes on HAMAs militant targets Gaza officials say three militants and another Palestinian were killed officials from the u n e you in the World Bank met. This week to try to prevent war in alleviate humanitarian crisis in Gaza Gazans have been protesting against Israeli restrictions on. Gaza including a ban on imports and exports of goods Israel, says it did that because, HAMAs instigating violence against Israel Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem and you're listening to NPR news from Washington And this is WNYC in New York I'm Sean Carlson city officials say inspectors have found no asbestos in air samples near the site of Thursday morning steam pipe explosion in Manhattan and that it's very unlikely witnesses will develop. In his festivals related illness the city, is still inspecting buildings in the area it'll begin cleaning building exteriors after determining. How many of them have been contaminated and evacuation for residents of the affected. Area remains in place the area surrounding Fifth Avenue between nineteenth street and twenty second. Street is, still close to the public meanwhile the city is sandbags at. The ready to barricade the site of the explosion. Against possible, heavy rains tonight, that could complicate the cleanup of his best does least debris streets around the site gradually are being opened it could take days to check in clean. The buildings which include twenty eight in a hot zone closest to the site where the blast left a crater roughly. Twenty feet by fifteen feet in the street authorities have not, determined what caused the blast, in the eighty six year old main members Of the. Congressional Black caucus have joined governor Andrew Cuomo owned. Calling on the. US Senate, to reject supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh because of his expansive interpretation of gun rights, and the second amendment at, a Manhattan news conference today Cuomo said Kavanagh's pass opinions showed that he. Believes it's a constitutional right to carry even the. Most dangerous assault weapons queens democratic congressman Gregory Meeks called Kavanagh's nomination quote a grave threat to reasonable gun control measures and acted by states. An off duty police officer from Long Island has accidentally. Shot himself in the leg while firing at. Men, who assaulted him in the Bronx the NYPD says the Hempstead officer shot two men who were attacking him and then shot his own leg early this morning police say the incident started when a car rear ended. The officer's vehicle they say the officer shot one man in the abdomen and another in the back then shot himself accidents all three retreated for non life threatening injuries none of the men's names were immediately released for the rest of this evening we're going to.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Comparing north korea to libya secretary of state mike pompeo says he takes a backseat that nobody when it comes to diplomatic security he was grilled on funding cuts wednesday by representative gregory meeks during a house foreign affairs committee hearing should we conclude that because you've not mentioned at one time not once two weeks to conclude based upon that fact that you do not care about diplomatic security this qatari haven't heard from that once i'll tell you where i may respond you had to work you know i take you at but i but i but i feel like i need at least have five minutes so i'm gonna take you at your word you'll have a time i happen to agree with briefing i received as a nominee was from of diplomatic fame and my time mr reading from the head of diplomat i happen to know the diligently working on i take telematic secure very serious never make an accusation no not a real coming if i could just explain the located but we want to give the secretary chance to respond he did not do that with secretary clinton let me tell you that okay well we're going to we're going to proceed with the questions and the answers so the budget of the money for diplomatic security has gone down about forty five percent from the obama administration so where is the concern now on the side of the out of this administration about diplomatic security.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The democrats at least give him some credit no giving any credit for anything there i don't ask me why it just not going to do it you know i just played kirk cut from gregory meeks he's a democrat from from new york and the news broke that these hostages might be on the rake of being released and the cnn host turned him and said of course it's happens you give them see trump credit don't you the man would not give him credit he gave president moon credit the president of south korea kirk president moon says donald trump is the one that deserves credit so the guy that makes says deserves the credit is saying trump deserves the credit and make still won't give trump any credit i just what do you call it hate trump or heating i don't know stand why we're still talking about stormy daniels speaking of whom the lawyer for stormy daniels kirk believes that trump is going to be forced to resign because of the scandal listen to what he said well as you know the president has been tweeting this morning and he said that the agreement with mistake was made to stop the false and extortionist accusations made by her about an affair you currently have an anti defamation lawsuit against the president is this going to be added to that lawsuit we haven't made a definitive decision because this just happened but i think it's very very likely he said you might lie the president is digging his whole a whole deeper and deeper with each passing day now he didn't say hold kirk we have mr giuliani this morning in the same row i like eight like individual hold like a whole as opposed to that whole this whole all right we're gonna play phone a little bro speaker triple eight nine seven one sag larry elder show.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Have included gregory meeks from new york and they're pretty shady guy gregory meeks and the exhibitor bizarre is now the attorney general of california is basically leaving the nullification movement of you know not enforcing immigration laws out in the golden state of california so i mean these are and debbie wasserman schultz was the chairman of the dnc so i mean these these are not the backbencher pipes except for maybe makes the these people are pretty prominent players in democrat national democratic politics right and this was the cover of the decade i think there was a lot of shady stuff going on in the election but what stands out about this is how markedly successful they weren't covering it up and the media never asked anyone about these about these things but my god it was frightening stuff so they left them on the network after they knew unauthorized access and then they finally banned him but wasserman schultz paying this guy anyway and then he took her laptop and left it in phone booth two months after he was banned from congress and is probably the worst thing of all is probably our server was identified as being the critical evidence in this hacking probe that server was stolen right after the report came out so that obviously seems like evidence tampering he's going on some of these liberal networks is like some kind of civil rights crusader for fighting for the rights of illegal alien criminals not to be deported that in california and yet they never ask him about this major scandal we're talking to luke roy rosiak he's a reporter for the daily caller and he's been covering this scandal from day one the a one brothers pakistanis who were brought in by the democrats very shady characters and one of them is under indictment now for various federal charges.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Illinois we've got gregory meeks from new york uh i'll be of sires from new jersey we got bobby rash from illinois we got one vargas from california in danny davis from illinois the beauty of it is there's only a handful in this list that people even recognize in the first place right so nobody will will know that they're missing when you're watching it on tv and leisure just really in the know about your congressman congress men and women california democrats though those that are going in those that aren't going they have um they've been innocence trolling the lead up to the state of the union they've come because kamala harris first of all she's been spearheading this thing and she's going to bring a quote unquote dreamer with her to stay younes leaning has guest now uh according to the san francisco chronicle kamala harris is going to bring a d indonesia joseph uh who is seeking raise awareness that black people are also among undocumented they are undocumented population not just asians and latinos there is at least three other california democrat in the house that are going to bring benefeciaries of the daca program which expires march as we know they said that uh jackie spear will be wearing black in solidarity with the meat to campaign so she's playing double d hair yes because the meter was for the sexual harassment south right right acai jared huffman from california is going to bring a transgender marine veteran protest trump's proposed by on transgender overunder how hard it was to find one of that well listen they're not followed from the sky that's what i was kind of thinking uh comspired who is that left wing billionaire that runs as commercials about him we gonna impeach trump or whatever he's going to be running ads uh promoting the impeachment of the president during the address now i don't know that that means it's going to be running on while i guess it would be running on certain channels i can i can imagine fox news.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The really sleazy members of congress leica gregory meeks her queens who settled his uh his sexual harassment case or some kind of sexual harassment case involving his office to the campaign contributor but the the the the treasury paid out the muddy for the subtle but bad duck katherine clark one of the big big elizabeth warren acolytes in the congress for massachusetts sowa now way now you read the other day about how the uh the the uh the scam that was going on with the the the the used car dealerships and by hezbollah hezbollah in addition to running drugs into the united states of america this was a major expose by politico using the ah the saw as sources on the record the agents they ah one of the ways that the hezbollah in addition to war running drugs into the country was wandering money was through used car dealerships and you know i read that it at rang a bell on i said he wait a second didn't the a one brothers have a used car dealership to he has they did and guess what they were getting loans from a guy who was connected the hezbollah where and hezbollah is the iranianbacked terrorist organization in lebanon that was running the drugs into the united states in the obama administration according to political a left wing website the obama administration stopped the da from cracking down on hezbollah's criminal operations including the cocaine running than these crooked used car dealerships the were wandering money for the iranians when the sanctions betrayed so sanctions were in effect before they got one hundred fifty billion dollars so it looks like the a wands i we can't say for sure that they were tied up with the the iranian nuclear deal but they were running allegedly the same kind of scams that hezbollah was running for with you with these used car dealerships and they they set up these uh they they set up these websites with these a use for the used car dealerships you know like you go onto a you know you're looking for car and they say you know come down and visit honest howey you know and they know it never buy a used car off highway they they made up these.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on WGTK
"I i was using the argument that this may be a generational deal this may be fifty five and older fifty and older but now that's not the case james clyburn got caught in the house tunnel uh he is a democrat member of congress uh and he got caught by the conyers question cut number six other man in other industries hit faced similar accusations and out of the way resign stepped down part faster than right harvey winds he charlie rose ludi lin so a stiffer because he elected that's basically the argument of some democrats is that once you get will and i thought by the way constitutionally correct article one vest each body of congress with the authority to expel members and so they can throw him out and the democrats are are resisting doing that meanwhile gregory meeks was on with ball with chris matthews cut number five hires it's been a point criticised here or charged because of his race now i don't think breaks that's okay because i know the historically the congressional black caucus has been very protective seniority and making sure that the black members of the congress do have the fullest possible opportunity represent themselves in the country i i also understand the skunk free gunfree she talked about how close she was to matt lauer for bees admit this is a difficult time john conyers has made america better place when you look at it would not be adopt the king.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on KKAT
"Referring service what are you not colon it liking seizes imus in the morning uh lenovo yeah mm that about a meta burning colorado trade coming up what's going on what we have this new york congressman gregory meeks he was on msnbc yesterday in this current climate he's confused as to how to treat their women when he was a room cut seven low play gregory meeks on msnbc the things that got to be questioned for example i'll just say something about you know way i'd done business myself so we're not go into a room and there's a bunch of women sitting at the table generally not thinking of anything else you go around i would kiss every woman on the cheek i should do that it's a conundrum right now but there are still problems a telegram java papal charter are there now chop harden club pardoned be able to give it some ladies get absurd according to congressman makes listen to him cut nine l and i've had some women when asked if what i felt somebody had failed felt uneasy i wouldn't kissed them of the others would i guess pass them back to hey how can you kiss this one eating kiss me may right all cares anymore hearst treasury bench logan cylinder grief mission she is nudge rule stinging onen she asked for all snippy you died being song by oakwood.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"We did gregory meeks to hakim jeffries to mazy hirono to richard blumenthal ben cardin to john kerry mendy who are they they're your representatives cut one you now think that your colleague congress should resign from the house now what do you think should happen to him xiaoping resigned that's the question will have to be determined after the investigation congress in congress he said with him on traditionally well i think the ethics of process should proceed the epas investigate to be thorough should these two men continue to serving congress well i just heard about the congress kgb on your show i supported the senate ethics committee looking at center can i think that's the appropriate place alfredo has been accused do you think he should resign i think that that is traction to be talking about resignation through uh senator al franken resigned from his seat well i think there ought to be a very thorough ethics investigate there you go we need an ethics investigation on nbc photo where he has his hands only woman its while she sleeping in our off your honour stand that's photoshy right you don't understand he was just ending i have his hands on our breast you just pretending to throw his tongue into her mouth when they were when they were seeing the yeah the the warm up to the planer he was pretending they grabbed a woman's pat he whether he would stand now you don't understand and then we had remember last week he's a comic what are you what he's a comic this is what comics do he and i khan he's like comic he this wednesday comic that one's on i can't uh dr this went didn't serb that one's y k y must be isis now we have little disturbing who represents short people in illinois and i.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on KKAT
"Being antiwoman look at all this mr producer it's unbelievable but angelo arrive course is dead wrong there circling the wagons and defending connors her mumble mouth nancy stretch pelosi defended him as poorly she could you even her jackie spear defend the john conyers uh you've heard many people defend john con uh in the accusers beginning uh drift care and then there is al franken not the line of the senate the comic of the senate pal franken john conyers let's listen shall we did gregory meeks john hakim jeffries too busy hirono to richard blumenthal john jr amending who were they loved that your representatives cut one go now uh colleague congress should resign from the house now what do you think should happen trump should he resigned that's the question that will have to be determined after the investigate can do you think congress is instead with him on judicial resign well i think the ethics process proceed gbi at this investigation would be felt role should these two continued congress i just heard about the congressman conyers issue i supported the ethics committee looking at senator franken i think that's the appropriate place alfredo skin has been accused do you think he should resign i think that that is a distraction to be talking about resignation should senator al franken resigned from his seat well i think there ought to be a very thorough ethics investigate there you go we need an ethics investigation on the phone where he has his hands only woman's breasts while she sniping bernard osher understand uh uh not you don't understand he would just pretending i have hands handson our breast huge pretending to thrust his tongue into her mouth when they were when they were doing the the warm up to the planer he was just pretending they grabbed the woman's back he was he would just now you understand and then we had remember last week he's a comic what are you want he's a comic this is what comics still uh he's an icon he's a key this one's iconic that ones that i can't all that one serve this went didn't serve that one's why why it might be racist.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"United states and that's very important in that a good deal of that would be done by the judiciary committee that john wall gdp consideration you have one members or gregory meeks is already called for him to be withdrawn his ranking member that's something in that in your power catch you decided he should be suspended his ranking member on judiciary of all committees for him to be ranking this all happened during the thanksgiving break when we come together to the guinean this week i think john will do that are not going to unilaterally make this decision i'm not i'm not sharing that with you right now but what i am saying is this is a big distraction and it's very very important to you know that the beginning of the women's movement katie elizabeth katie stent lived in in central falls she would hear down below examples of a family domestic violence and that was one of the motivators for her to advance the cause of women so this is as old as well so that civilization private but in terms of our history in terms of the women's movement one at the motivators now one hundred years after her fight for the right to women to vote we will have will clear the deck on this but i am here to talk about something also transformative in our society and that is this tax bill that the recovery inuit four and i wanna get into this but this seems to be soclean kong there seems to be a bit of a political paralysis here and try to figure it is it isn't we're moving we this week we will pass bipartisan legislation for mandatory on antiharassment anti discrimination behavior a big cool then take the larger issue which has to pass both houses of congress are for ending the nondisclosure ending a who pays all of the concerns that we have about this but i don't think that it should i think that we want to give people hope this is going to be addressed women have spoken out their concerns will be addressed in a way that i think will give comfort as well as end or of this behaviour because you know what it's disgusting it's repulsive and and it has to be zerotolerant will congress will you support congress retroactively making public all of these private settlements the taxpayer dollars have been used it necessarily liked.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on WJR 760
"Threshold of calling for his resignation as gregory meeks as and also a leading republican in the michigan delegation garrison bill highs against alikhan of the grand haven joins us this afternoon to discuss this congressional colleague of his good to have you with us congressman back good to be with you guy i know this is not a a pleasant subject for anybody to talk about but it deep concern now that his second accuser has come forward we have a number of corroborating witnesses who who probably could have filed complaints on their own but didn't uh what should happen with congressman conyers going forward when when uh neighbors comes back into session while uh obviously he has to make some some decisions about uh what is future sugar can look like you know there's there's really a couple of issues here one is the alleged unwanted advances you know sexual harassment part by hot too is uh to add the insult unto that in is the abuse of taxpayer dollars that is a half that um you know even even with those allegations and and settlement that's an improper use of uh of uh a uh office budget that way um and you know in one of those affidavits it uh the adviser about how they had lists of women and then trans or women back and forth and including using congressional resources that was the quote outta there and that's like that is a complete abuse of uh of of taxpayer dollars and and it's not acceptable uh this is this is pretty new i just gotta taxed uh from uh from from somebody who says that uh a uh leading voice in the congressional black caucus uh well um uh gregory it was a good friend of mine from a financial services committee.
"gregory meeks" Discussed on KOIL
"Mr call me is going to say something we some of the national security people are going to say so i don't think so i do not think so but how do i know that there's nothing there because when you go after family church kushner it's a sign that there's nothing there it's like playing poker we call it a tell in poker because it tells me what you got in your hand it's kind of like when they give you a card and yet grimaced though i now know what you got in your hand because you just told me it's called a tell when you go after the family member jared kushner you're telling me what you got in your hand you got nothing because if you had something you wouldn't have to go after the family member this is only if you have a real prosecution you would not have to go after and we were listening gregory meeks who is a congressman says hama prosecutor i'm curious i know mr prosecutor you have nothing how else do i know they're now going after the president's attorney michael cohen who who humiliated you last time without the nonsense will report but now the senate intelligence committee has asked mr cohen to provide information about his contacts with russian officials as part of the probe into russia russian interference and whether.