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"griff jenkins" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Days in a row, New infections Top 200 K and the number of covert deaths and the Johns Hopkins Count nearly 2000 yesterday that is the most since May. Unfortunately, too many of us and around the country have let our guards down. So any other governor Eric Holcomb, a Republican, readying new restrictions, Several states are closing bars and restaurants early and limiting gatherings. An adviser to President elect Biden told Yahoo. Another big shut down might be the best idea. Fox is actually Strohmeyer Michael Osterholm floated the idea of a lockdown in an effort to slow the spread and rejuvenate the economy. As new cases climb. Listen, we could pay for a package right now to cover all of the wages lost wages for individual workers. Our loss is to small companies to medium size companies. Then we could lock down for 4 to 6 weeks. This is the president elect starts to plan his administration. His name Ron MacLean, as his chief of staff. Planes work with Joe Biden before when the Democrat was a senator and then vice president. But President Trump continues to challenge the election results. Starting with Michigan. The Trump campaign has filed a lawsuit against the secretary of state, alleging that credentialed election challengers were blocked from having sufficient view of the vote counting process challenging against a certain balance or ignored. And as result, ineligible ballots were talent. Fox's Griff Jenkins in Pennsylvania. The Trump campaign filing five appeals of Philadelphia County's Board of Elections decision to count different categories of mail in absentee ballots. The president tweeted hundreds of thousands of votes should not count in those states. Democrats say he's trying to get rid of legal votes. Tropical Storm ADA is raining down on central Florida after hitting early this morning along the West Coast. Eight already hit the Florida Keys last weekend, causing.
Fresh update on "griff jenkins" discussed on Memphis Morning News
"And respectfully hopefully they will do what's right. For our country. That was Fox's Griff Jenkins reporting Republicans Still putting up claim is abroad in different states. Americans listening to Fox News So there we go. It's 603 of Alabama's morning news with JT. I mean Gene or Belle and overnight apartment fire in Hoover. It happened at Hawthorne it Mysterion complex 20 units were damaged. Eight of them are in bad shape. Most residents got out before firefighters arrived. But first responders did have to rescue a man in his three dogs from one of the units. No word on any injuries. Alabama Department of Public Health shows there were more than 3000 confirmed two cases of coronavirus 73 additional deaths reported Wednesday. Thousands of students have disappeared from Alabama schools. They're not in class and didn't sign up for remote learning Superintendent Eric Mackey speculating on where they went, they might be enrolled in a private school that might be home schooling that maybe getting some educational benefit. That we don't know about. But nobody knows For sure, Mackey says the loss of students could lead to a loss of funding for schools, money for copiers and instructional support, based on how many teachers to school learns, and the number of teachers arms by stone enrollment so obvious Like when enrollment goes down, the number of teachers go down. Mackey says he's working with mom makers and the governor to make sure they don't lose funding because of this drop in enrollment. Three North Alabama hospitals announced suspension of most elective surgeries do the facilities being overwhelmed by coping 19 and missions. That's the Huntsville health health care system, as well as two affiliated hospitals and Boaz in Gunners bill. Suspensions are only for surgeries that require hospital stay after procedure is complete. Alabama congressman Mo Brooks announces plans to challenge the electoral college vote. One House members meet to certify the results of the November election on January. 6th Brooke says Joe Biden was the largest beneficiary of illegally cast votes in the history of the U. S. The Republican lawmaker says he's asking GOP senators to join him in the effort right now. 39 degrees cloudy. Next news at 6 30. I mean gene or bell on Alabama's Morning news now back to your host J T. All right, Andy. Thanks so much 605 by the way, Speaking of Congressman Mo Brooks, he's going to join us a little bit later this morning at 7 50 to talk about all of this. I mean, there is so much going on here. And what he wants to tell us on the electoral election fraud rather and so we're going to get deep is a zoo. We can in the short amount of time that we've got. But the update coming up on what he's got planned and what Pelosi's doing limiting speeches to address all of this. I mean, it's just insane. They're trying to sweep what's happening in this election process under the carpet and nothing to see here and move along. You don't have any proof that don't even think about talking to a judge the investigation and almost any crime. Takes time to get your ducks in a row. It's like the whistle brothers had come out. How much media attention are they getting from the liberal medium? Yeah, let me know what Channel You saw any news stories on that one. It's just not happening, but Mo Brooks will peel back the layers. What's going on, and it's quite disgusting on I wish we had an hour to talk to him about all this, but we will spend some time with him at 7 50 this morning. Also coming up. What's going on now is the Supreme Court is gonna review one of the election challenges. And it is all that is going on with the president's camp. He's also considering some pardon. So who's on that list? Taking a look with bills and for coming up here in just about five minutes. And also, as you know, Georgia is a contested Senate runoff race coming up in January, and what kind of shenanigans air going on there. The president's planning a trip down there to support obviously. The Republicans on Bush forward on that, although he's getting some pushback from some Republicans saying who easy now you may be causing more of a rift down in here in Georgia, if you come, But you know what the president United States supporting the Republicans bring it on. Bring it on. So the update with bills in for on that coming up on just about four minutes, Traffic and weather together Next stay here. Glowing skin is always in with ST Ives apricot scrub made with 100% Natural Africa. It extracts and walnut shell powder. This cult classic scrubbed goes deep. Remove dirt, makeup and oil. Stephen Glow bright Say Nice apricot scrub turn of the globe. The colder it gets, the more we stay indoors and create environments for covert 19 to spread. So the Virginia.
Biden maintains lead as key races narrow in Arizona, Georgia
"After election Day in some states are still counting votes while President Trump has been filing lawsuits. Here's the latest from Fox's Griff Jenkins America but county counting the results showed the president picked up some 10,000 ballots. However, he still trails behind Biden by just over four points with 84%. Of the precincts reporting in Nevada, Biden leads by barely over a half a point. But in Georgia President Trump leads by about a half a point in North Carolina, Though Trump leads by roughly a point and a half, and in Pennsylvania, the president's leading by more than 2.5 points. Here are the deadlines for ballot counting in Pennsylvania. It's November 10th. Nevada, November 12th in North Carolina in Georgia, it's November 13th. The president is calling for a recount in Wisconsin, where Biden led by less than 1%. Trump has filed legal actions in Georgia, Pennsylvania and in Michigan in Georgia. Here in Fulton County in Atlanta, the poll workers are working hard there, cutting open envelopes, processing about 2000 votes every hour, taking open the envelopes, pulling out the bouts, flattening the bouts and then putting them through a scanner. We He really a steady trend over the past 24 hours votes going away from President Trump the lead with six digits 24 hours ago. It's down that just about 30,000 right now, there's still roughly 100,000 votes outstanding reporter
'60 Minutes' aired its Donald Trump and Joe Biden interviews
"Vice President Joe Biden aired on CBS's 60 Minutes yesterday. Boxes. Griff Jenkins has more the longstanding election year tradition but came it's about parties sitting down for interviews on the eve of the election with 60 minutes Trump Inspite Here's Hall did it, But this time one of them walked out in frustration. Okay, That's enough. Let's go get a little before the president cut the interview short, both he and by made their case for why they should be president. Addressing some of the most pressing issues facing the country from the corner, Viers To the economy. Although Biden ahead in many polls isn't taking anything for granted. President Trump plans three rallies in Pennsylvania today, Biden hosted a virtual online concert. Yesterday. U. S intelligence officials say they have found evidence of
Biden and Trump clash over coronavirus in final debate
"Griff Jenkins in Nashville, Tennessee. With the recap of Thursday night's presidential debate. You got such a contrast between the two candidates and nowhere was it more visible than on the Corona virus. We have a vaccine that's coming, It's ready. It's going to be announced within weeks, and it's going to be delivered miss the same fella who told you that? Don't worry. We're going to end this by the summer. We're about to go into a dark winter. A dark winter and he has no clear plant as we
Debate Commission says it will mute mics at final debate
"President Trump and Joe Biden is upcoming debate is getting some new rule changes. It is rankling the Trump side. Here's Fox correspondent Griff Jenkins Presidential Debate Commission making some changes to the format for Thursday's final face to face showdown, saying this quote the commission is announcing today that in order to enforce its agreed upon rule, the only candidate his microphone will be open during these two minutes. Period is the candidate who has the floor under the rules and the Trump campaign also knocking CPD for the topics chosen by the moderator, which now includes a pandemic, climate change and race issues, as opposed to unexpected focus on foreign policy. In a letter Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien, right, Thiss This was supposed to be the foreign policy debate. So the president still explored to forcing buying to answer the number one relevant question of whether he's been compromised by the Communist Party of China.
"griff jenkins" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Delayed Kentucky Derby. Frances Griff Jenkins was there We took to Neil. He's from Louisville. Here is what he had to say. We're not represented on. They don't want to meet with us. They don't want to talk to us. They won't discuss anything. You look looking. You have fences going our way around. You have barricades, Army going national guards. They were not. Looking to fight you. We don't have guns on us. Earlier in the day, a group of counter protestors led by gentlemen called himself the angry Viking who's protesting what he said was respecting the constitutional rights of all Americans. They were armed, but it was peaceful in the race itself authentic crossed the finish line first at the Kentucky Derby, held without Spectators besting favorite is the law. Three fast spreading wildfires are sending people fleeing and trapping campers and one campground after a brutal heat wave pushed temperatures into triple digits across California. Ahh. Wildfire that broke out near Shaver leak in the Sierra National Forest Friday evening exploded 2 56 Square Miles, jumped a river on Saturday and compromised the only road into the mammoth pool campground. A fire prompted evacuation order Saturday morning as authorities urge people seeking relief from the Labor Day weekend heat wave to stay away from that Popular Lake America is listening to false news. The Bucks, News Podcasts Network download and listen to the one with Craig Gutfeld Cat. I know that you are not particularly pleased with his decision. Do I pick Kamala.
Protest groups clash outside of Kentucky Derby
"Protesters were allowed but peaceful in Louisville, Kentucky, Saturday outside of Churchill Downs side of the pandemic delayed Kentucky Derby. Fiances. Griff Jenkins was there We took to Neil. He's from Louisville. Here is what he had to say. We're not represented and they don't want to meet with us. They don't want to talk to us. They won't discuss anything. You look looking. You have fences going on around. You have barricades, Army going National guards. They were not looking to fight you. We don't have guns on us. Earlier in the day, a group of counter protestors led by gentlemen called himself angry Viking who's protesting what he said was respecting the constitutional rights of all Americans. They were Armed, but it was peaceful in the race itself Authentic cross the finish line first at the Kentucky Derby, held without Spectators. Besting favorite is the law.
"griff jenkins" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Fox's Griff Jenkins. The president's denial came after a campaign trip to Pennsylvania. We're going up, but he's dropping like a rock in water, referring to Joe Biden, who went to Kenosha, Wisconsin. I can't guarantee you everything is solved in four years. But I guarantee you one thing. Me a whole heck of a lot better. The Democratic nominee met with community leaders following the protests over Jacob Lakes police shooting he meant with his family and talking like my phone, America's listening to Fox News. Good morning 703 At Alabama's Morning News with J T I'm Leah Brandon and Alabama congressman calling for an investigation into whether House Speaker Nancy Pelosi broke federal law when she Tora President Trump State of the Union address earlier this year, representative Gary Palmer says Pelosi's famous tantrum on the House floor. Was more than disgraceful. Palmer accuses Pelosi of violating her responsibility to preserve official documents delivered to the House. Hoover Republican questions whether Pelosi violated a law carrying a penalty ranging from a fine to three years imprisonment. Bomber is asking Attorney General William Bar to review Pelosi's actions. So far. No comment from the Justice Department spokesman for Pelosi denies the speaker broke the law. I'm Jim parity, a Democrat who abruptly resigned from the state Senate this week is arrested David Burke, head of Montgomery, accused of pocketing more than $3000 in campaign contributions. State Attorney General Steve Marshall says Burke had committed the crimes in 2015 and 16 while serving on the Montgomery City Council, the University of Alabama Athletics Department now facing a possible $75 million short. Paul. That's according to the Alabama Adie Greg Burn. In a letter to time pride season ticket holders, he said the corona virus pandemic caused revenue to drop 44%. He says the department is implemented spending cuts and thanks time pride members for their support and with the Labor Day holiday weekend. Finally here, Triple A Alabama says, although there won't be as many motorists on the highways in past years because the pandemic Ah lot of people will still be travelling association predicting most vacations. I'd be closer to home this year. Triple A also reports gas prices have spiked about five cents a gallon in the state over the last week, but still Alabama is among the lowest in the nation with an average of 1 94 a gallon. I'm Leah Brandon, and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. All right, Lee. Thanks very much. It is 706 Alabama's Morning news. Aren't you glad we finally made it to Labor Day weekend? Well, here we go. Last night You ate blazer, Football, Rock and Roll blazers. They won 45 35 beats Central Arkansas and also last night yet congratulations to Ah, fine folks over there at South Alabama, Beaten Southern Miss 32 to 21 College football underway it is back. Ah, ah, loving that he has some games this weekend to assay sees not underway yet. That takes place a little bit later this month, but a handful of games tomorrow starting at you know, one o'clock on ESPN going all the way till tomorrow night And then Monday, Yeah. Night game on ESPN. Labor Day B Y U is going to be a Navy and then the next Thursday you Abe's headed down to a Florida South Lord to take on the Miami Hurricanes. That's going to be on the A C. C network next Thursday night, Friday night next week. Smuntz see you getting after it is well for another night game in the next Saturday, the 12th a handful of games a dozens of games. So college football is back. So once again congratulations to coach Clark over you, A B and all the players, you know, busting hard in getting ready for a nice job Legion Field for the home opener once again, beating the folks over there. At Central Arkansas, 45 to 35 707 Alabama's Morning news. Ah, busy morning this morning. There's no doubt about that on the way Next. We're going to talk with Michael Bauer and the latest on what's happening with the campaign for the president. Also, Joe Biden stripped to the An ocean, Wisconsin and what took place there yesterday. And I've got some thoughts on. This is well, so that's coming up four minutes. Alabama's morning news. So what do you have planned this Labour day weekend? Why not add some good food to your fun from state or brothers markets? Yeah. Like bone in rib eye steaks at 5 £99 boneless, skinless chicken breast.
White House and Congress Remain Far From Any Stimulus Deal
"Grid locked still over Corona virus stimulus and despite some Democrats expressing optimism, others say there's really been barely any progress. Griff Jenkins reports the president could step in and he's eyeing taking executive action. But it's really unclear if there's even gonna be another stimulus package because the Senate adjourned went home. The House is out. But millions of unemployed Americans whose enhanced benefits ran out last Friday are struggling with no relief in sight. Meanwhile, Speaker Pelosi Taken shots and Republicans see, the thing is, they don't believe in governance. Now, this after the marathon talks between Pelosi Schumer metas ammunition failed to produce any significant progress, the biggest issue the price tag Republicans offering just north of a trillion Democrats demanding more than 3.4 trillion other sticking points, bailouts for states and the amount off the unemployment benefit extensions. You both agree on another round of stimulus checks.
Trump backtracks on mail-in voting, says it's OK to do in Florida
"Questions over whether states in the US Postal Service are prepared for that. Scenario, and Democrats are accusing the president trying to alter the election. Hillary Clinton tweeting this I fear Republicans sabotage of the Postal Service, including swing mail delivery is a trump strategy to make voting by mail more difficult this fall boxes Griff Jenkins, the president has claimed that mail in voting could lead a widespread fraud in November. Body thinks one state does it well, in the case of Florida, they've done a great job. They've had tremendous success with it. But they've been doing this over many years.
"griff jenkins" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Does the White House and the US intelligence community, denying the New York Times report that the president had been briefed on reports the Russians were paying the Taliban to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan? Lighthouse press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany hinting a fake news. There are dissenting opinions from some in the intelligence community with regards to the veracity of what's being reported. The Defense Department says. There's no corroborating evidence, and the Russians are denying it as well. The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, fishing a full for denial, calling out Nations of Bonnie's ridiculous, Among other adjectives. He used his Griff Jenkins, the Pentagon, the CIA and the director of national intelligence and the National Security Advisor, all issuing statements blasting the release of intelligence information. 10 Democrat lawmakers invited to a White House briefing on the matter today, several states they're hitting the pause button on some public activities. As the number of Corona virus infections and hospitalizations climb again. At least 15 states now reversing course, including California, Texas, Florida, Arizona and New Jersey. Government's top infectious disease. Doctors say the rise in covert 19 cases is largely fueled in part by people ignoring public health guidelines to keep their distance. And where. Master Jacky Baniyas Dr Anthony Fauci of the White House Corona Virus Task force, telling the Fox News rundown podcast masks diminished the risk. But if you put yourself in a situation with a crowd, it doesn't completely eliminate the risk is president Pence cancelling campaign events in Florida? At Arizona, the campaign says, out of abundance of caution China approving a contentious national security law that will allow authorities to crack down on what they call subversive and secessionist activity in Hong Kong. Despite that scores of pro democracy demonstrators gathering in Hong Kong today, America is listening.
US House passes 'George Floyd' police reform bill
"News a policing reform bill the house passed last night in Congress to address the long standing history of police abuse in the African American community democratic Karen bass heads up the congressional black caucus says for three main reforms effectively bans chokeholds and no knock warrants eliminates qualified immunity that protects officers from lawsuits it increases reporting and record keeping up police use of force fox's Griff Jenkins three Republicans joined house Democrats voting for the day after Democrats blocked the GOP's bill in the Senate Republican senator Tim Scott believe that they have a chance of winning back the White House and therefore they will spend their time doing nothing until they with all this after all the protests over George Floyd's death during an arrest to Minneapolis some of these have been violent taking down statues and monuments of sending president trump who told fox's Hannity every night we're going to get our hearts and stuff and some point is going to be retribution because that was the day he called them terrorists in this
Trump says he'll speak to all 50 governors about reopening the country
"The day after president trump said he had the authority to make the decisions in this corona virus nightmare there is a different message president Clinton and governors in the driver seat when it comes to remaining calm to me after what looked like a living badly now since some states are more ready than others and he'll be speaking with all fifty governors today about their plans to system as fox's Griff Jenkins the president also has an Advisory Council now to help improve the ailing economy the change in tone came after New York governor Andrew Cuomo said he was not interested in a power struggle I put my hand down in total partnership and cooperation with the president New York is still by far the hardest hit state with more than forty percent of the twenty six thousand plus U. S. corona virus that's out of more than six hundred thousand cases
As US COVID-19 cases top 100,000, Trump clashes with governors
"President trump is clashing with governors whose states are becoming epicenters for covert nineteen fox's Griff Jenkins is in Washington some of the governors in those emerging hotspots are taking the president to task for not doing enough to help them with ventilators with mass and equipment now none have been more outspoken than illinois' JB Pritzker the five followed the president's criticizing prince cover being totally unprepared for the pandemic in pushing him to take the lead and on another front more criticism over the administration's refusal to declare a national state headquarters machine governor Gretchen Whitmer blasting the White House for a patchwork policy that she says is creating a portion danger situation there are nine states who are holding out over issues such as the national order now this comes as a Surgeon General Jerome Adams stopped short of making the announcement of a national order but encouraging the states to take their own actions
White House, Senators Strike Stimulus Deal
"Up the sentence agreed on a corona virus relief bill Griff Jenkins reports got that two trillion dollars worth of aid can have direct checks to Americans can expand on a pulmonary assistance give emergency loans to small businesses if you name to stabilize key national industries instructor oversight for large
"griff jenkins" Discussed on KTRH
"To the southern US border more than two thousand migrants boarded buses supplied by the state of why we lie to their final destination. What the US Mexico border that at the city of Peter stegar's, which is across from eagle pass Texas border patrol officials. They're saying they are ready prepared for this arrival. There will be federal Mexican resources in Pierre figgers while many of the migrants we're trying to claim asylum. Illegal entry others will try and cross illegally. Te'o. Mexico Griff Jenkins, Fox News and White House previewing the state of the union address that's less than eighteen hours away. Now, President Trump preparing to deliver his state of the union address tomorrow night overshadow to an extent by the continuing dispute over his demand for billions of dollars to build a southern border wall counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway previewed the speech on Fox News. He is certainly will address the border wall, but also national security and border security immigration overall. The president has threatened to declare a national emergency to build a border wall. Even if congress doesn't appropriate the money for it at the White House, Jon decker, Fox News. And the rockets got a win over the sun's what team won ten last night in Phoenix James harden, also got his twenty-seventh consecutive game with at least thirty points per game. Next updates at twelve thirty time now for coast to coast AM with George Noory. I'm Eric sharp on NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h..
"griff jenkins" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Shutdown drags on. I'm Jack Callaghan. Fox news. The partial shutdown of the federal government now in day number twenty seven there are efforts underway to find a solution. Bipartisan group of lawmakers known as the house problem solvers caucus met with the president at the White House. Press secretary Sarah Sanders, called the meeting constructive with both having a good understanding of what the other ones, but there is still no sign in is near even as a separate. Bipartisan group of senators is urging the president to agree to a three week deal to open government in continue negotiating border security logs. Jared Halpern reports the shutdown is now threatening the president's state of the union message scheduled to be delivered to a joint session of congress a week from Tuesday night. House speaker Nancy Pelosi writing the president suggesting he delay the speech no response from the White House yet the ranks of the latest Central American caravan held headed to the southern border swelling as migrants from Guatemala, and El Salvador joining FOX's Griff Jenkins is traveling with them and reports they are aware of the odds face. They're all aware of the stance at Embiid administration has taken against him. But they're also aware that many in the original caravan have gotten across I'll be it many of them illegally. They have made it into the United States. And that is why they are continuing to be determined to try a review of the country's missile defense system has been completed. The Pentagon today recommended new defense strategy, including deployment of missile detectors space to track and help shoot down. Incoming missiles the president will attend federal agents have floated a plan to terror attack in the nation's capital joint terrorism task force.
"griff jenkins" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"He'll make a run for the border. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. President Trump will go to Texas today. The keep up his push for a border wall. The day after he walked out of a meeting with democratic congressional leaders, including house speaker Nancy Pelosi. Mr President the evidence of what's happening. There does not support the crisis that you've described and therefore the solution you suggest because we have a better idea of how to keep our country safe afterwards. The president taking the Twitter saying just off to meeting with Chuck and Nancy a total waste of time. I asked what is going to happen in thirty days. If I quickly opened things up are you going to approve worse carry which includes a wall or still barrier. Nancy said, no, I said bye bye nothing else works where the president visits today does mcallen Texas it's because it's considered ground zero because it is the heaviest illegal border crossing area in some areas. It has a wall in others. It doesn't that's FOX's Griff Jenkins is day twenty of the partial government shutdown in this wall funding standoff about eight hundred thousand federal workers will not get paychecks tomorrow to police officers have been shot one is dead in Shreveport, Louisiana. She was off duty at the time. But getting ready for work it appeared that the officer was reviewing. Ready to come onto shift cheap. Poor believes corporal, Marcus says they have a person in custody for questioning but not under arrest at this point. The other officer was wounded in Raleigh North Carolina trying to make an arrest. He is now out of surgery, no word on his condition. But beliefs are asking for prayers two suspects are in custody. Sentencing is today in Maryland for a man convicted of murdering an undercover police detective, even though he didn't shoot him Michael Ford shot at the police station in Prince George's county that led to an undercover detective opening fire back, but he was in playing clothes and another officer shot the detective mistaking him for a threat..
"griff jenkins" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"It's hard to figure out where this happened. And nobody knows. Unless you can actually talk to the student or people from the school. If this really is enforced. Can you really not wear hats? Can you can you? Can you can will they make anybody else? Take this off. I've been trying to find stuff about this. It's there's no there's no other stories besides the video. That's it. However, though that kid was a jerk. Smart jerk, but a jerk. I mean, I know you're frustrated because you know, the teacher cursed at the teacher was a bit of a jerk, and it's a bit ridiculous. And you hear that the girl students say the hats racist. But if you believe in rules, and if you think that those migrants shouldn't be able to just walk right across the border. Then you also have to think that this kid was also wrong right wrong. And I got. Yeah. Here's a buddy of mine. Texting me. How many students were thrown at a class when they were a hope shirt. Yeah. But that's a you're allowed to wear shirts. Not currently allowed to wear hats. So of course, it's two thousand eighteen some kid had his phone out recorded it put it on YouTube viral. I'll stick that on my page can t dot com. We'll continue have much more to talk about as well, including we gotta get back to the migrants. The fact that the migrants are issuing list of demands we'll hear it again. We gotta hear it all the time and on top of that we also have to get back to the one of the migrants found by Griff Jenkins is an actual criminal. He's an actor in another another criminal. And Griff talk to him about being a criminal trying to get back into America. And wait till you hear what he says is well, don't go anywhere morning ritual. Lewis S.
"griff jenkins" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"In California. I'm Lisa Brady. Fox news. Even as the battle continues against what's already the most destructive fire in state history. Jessica Rosenthal is live in LA. Least in the town of paradise in northern California. Twenty nine people are dead and more than two hundred were considered missing. Many of those killed were found inside their homes. Others found in their cars. Sixty seven hundred structures have been destroyed most of them houses. Is making it the most destructive California wildfire ever. It's also tied as the deadliest thousands of people remain evacuated. I said, this is my life my safety place, and I love it here. But it's also a clean slate and reapers here in southern California. The Wolsey fire took out nearly four hundred homes. Many Malibu, thankfully, the weather's calmed. A bit however, strong winds are in the forecast through Tuesday. Lisa, thanks. Jessica a recount off to a slow start and parts of Florida where two races remain razor thin, including the Senate race between outgoing Republican governor Rick Scott and longtime incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson. Fox's Griff Jenkins is at the Broward County board of elections. Ballot was misaligned as it went into the machine. They had to stop things bring that ballot out bring the canvassing board into session examine it and then go back to their calibration process in that is just a little indication of the challenges here. This comes on top of governor Scott's lawsuits directed at the supervisor Dr Brenda Snipes, which impart claims that she failed to account for the number of ballots. Not yet counted and both sides filed new lawsuits today Senator Nelson's campaign. Arguing the ballots found at a mail processing center should be counted. While Scott's campaign tries to have ballot-counting machines in Broward County impounded when they're not in use on Wall Street a sell off the Dow is down four fifty eight..
"griff jenkins" Discussed on KTOK
"They want someone they can trust. Our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged in bringing what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news. But really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's for Emma, midnight were there, Fox News channel, real news. Real honest opinion. The migrant caravan of thousands of central Americans continues to inch closer to the US border. This group was really trying to police themselves yesterday because it become so very large. But a second caravan down on the Mexican Guatemala border trying to get up here to join this ended up in clashes reportedly one person has died, and when we talked to one of the organizers a man named Ronald here. He said if that other Caribbean tries to get up here, they become too big already. Fox's Griff Jenkins is in south Mexico, traveling. With a caravan South Dakota is getting ready for its first execution in six years. A man who killed a South Dakota prison guard during a failed twenty eleven escape is facing a Monday execution in what would be that states fourth lethal injection since reinstating the death penalty back in the late nineteen seventies. Rodney Berger set to die Monday afternoon for the slaying of Ronald RJ Johnson Bergot and a fellow inmate beat Johnson with a pipe and covered. His head in plastic wrap. That inmate was executed in October of twenty twelve south Dakota's last execution. Took place later that month Johnson's family plans to attend the execution.
"griff jenkins" Discussed on KTOK
"Its March. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott the KT. Okay, new cetera. And this is Oklahoma's first news upper eighties today. Our forecast is coming up rescues underway in North Carolina as hurricane Florence continues. Its path Griff Jenkins is on the scene on the phone with the officials to fire department rescue folks Newburgh, and they tell me already done two hundred rescues there more than one hundred and fifty underway. They have to FEMA teams assisting their fire rescue the newborn fire rescue team. The oldest chartered fire rescue team in the state of North Carolina are working absolutely frantically to get the number called cutting in the officials telling me when I called the emergency number to get through to the public information officer. She said, we're just getting hammered. I just got a call four years. Someone said I've got chest up to my water my house, I gotta get outcome. Getting. The state quarter. Criminal appeals has upheld the murder conviction and life sentence of a broken arrow woman who says she killed her husband in self defense because a battered woman's syndrome, seventy two year old Judith. Knicks was convicted of the March twenty sixteen fatal shooting of sixty nine year old Kenneth Knicks. She claimed his abuse escalated, and he was shot relative fought for control of a gun. However, prosecutors say Kenneth Knicks was shot in the head while he slept. What are the two inmates found dead this week in unrelated incidents at the state penitentiary at Macalester was convicted just six months ago? The hate crime killing him, his Lebanese neighbor and was sentenced to life in prison. Sixty three year old Stanley majors was found dead in his bed at the prison. Infirmary he was convicted in the August twenty sixteen fatal shooting of Thirty-seven-year-old kalija Bara in Tulsa at the time. He was awaiting trial for hitting jabbar's mother with his car. The other inmate found dead was fifty six year old Bobby Bailey officials say he may have been assaulted in his cell. He.
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"Alerts hurricane Florence battering. The Carolina coast. I'm Dave Anthony the walls reached shore. The core of the strongest winds coming onshore and the landfall the I making landfall is the calmest part of the storm. The lowest pressure points ox meteorologist, Janice, dean expects feet of rain and catastrophic flooding. Now, it's the surges coming in. It's excessive cutting already started in communities when this water starts when ideas. Against the conditions. Even worse as FOX's Griff Jenkins Jonathan series and rights Bill beach. Now when will the storm pass the storm is frustratingly slow, and so all of these heavy winds, we're going to be putting up with this for a long time. One three hundred thousand people have lost power was a bad overnight for some who stayed along North Carolina coast. Fox's round live in Wilmington. Dave a hotel in the city of new Bernie's partially collapsed and more than one hundred people are in need of rescue this as the powerful winds of the eye wall are tearing through this region. This is mayor Dana outlaw, the most important thing right now is to get folks say, it doesn't really matter if they painted I revised or not we still fault. Sam. Meanwhile, here in Wilmington, the wind has been so strong. The rain is falling sideways. The trees are bending it is not safe to be outdoors. Dave Evan white houses exploding catch fire in suburban Boston. It's gas related but still under investigation thirty nine houses were damaged in three towns, prompting thousands of people to evacuate as crews turned off gas and power,.
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"Iran will not be doing business with. The United States. I'm Dave, Anthony Fox News President Trump just tweeted that calling the sanctions that went into. Effect after midnight biting President Trump effectively ended the Obama. Era nuclear deal we reinstated those sanctions designed to cut off revenue that funds terrorists dictators militias according to administration officials who also say they're not intended to bring. About regime change they want regime. Behavior to change a sanctions will were hit Iran's dealing in US dollars and doing trade in gold and precious metals, house minority leader Nancy Pelosi, blasting the move calling it a counter productive action only diminishes, America's international credibility erodes our relationship with our NATO allies in the US allies and sits back the path toward a. More stable region the polls that's FOX's Griff Jenkins the polls will open and a half hour in Ohio for a special election to fill a vacant. Seat in CONGRESS Republicans have held for. Three decades Ohio's twelfth district is the type of Democrats want to win to make gains. In the house. In a, special election today could show if it's possible thirty one year old democrat Danny. O'Connor is close to even against Republican state Senator Troy. Balder Sohn Balderstone got a campaign visit over the weekend by President Trump FOX's Jared Halpern there are also primary elections today in Kansas Michigan Missouri and Washington St. Paul manafort's trial will resume this. Morning with the Trump campaign chairman former partner testifying again one of them are prosecutors asked Rick gates were you involved, in criminal activity when you, work for Paul Manafort and gates said yes he also testified, that he did commit a crime and he conspired with Paul Manafort when they filed fraudulent tax returns oxes Peter Doocy. Outside the court in Virginia to wildfires have merged to become the largest fire in California history four hundred forty three square miles fire.
Donald Trump's former campaign boss Paul Manafort appears in court
"Then just everyone running. To get away it's the second deadly quake on Lombok, in a week this trauma large enough to be felt, on. Neighboring Bali Dave, Simon eighteen wildfires. Keep charring California the one around reading killer utility worker, over the weekend the seven th death blamed on the fire that's burned down more than. A thousand homes many large wildfires that are currently burning including the so-called. Mendocino complex fires one of the most active fires right now burning north of San Francisco and so far burning more than two hundred thousand acres and causing hundreds of evacuation. FOX's Marianne Rafferty Paul Manafort returned scored in Virginia today the second week, of his trial the former Trump campaign chairman charged with Bank, and tax fraud and the first case stemming from the special counsel's investigation appro President Trump continues to call. A witch hunt he raised eyebrows, this tweet yesterday denying any knowledge of the twenty sixteen. Trump Tower meeting he tweeted fake news reporting a complete fabrication than I am concerned, about the meeting my wonderful son Donald had. In Trump Tower this was a meeting To get information on, an opponent totally legal and done all the time in politics and it went nowhere I did not know. About it that's FOX's Griff Jenkins, Democrats and the president's changing a story about that Trump. Tower meeting in two thousand sixteen last year he put out a statement that it, was a meeting about adoption issues Fox News. Fair.
Nebraska Cornhuskers coach Scott Frost has over $165K in memorabilia stolen
"What's up just fans man it's it's. A pleasure to be signed now very excited, very, special moment let's. Do it jet up that Sam darnold the entered. The building and signing his rookie contract with the New York Jets a four year guaranteed deal worth thirty point two five million dollars it does have a twenty million dollar signing bonus the news not so. Great in Carolina where they lost tackled Williams, over the weekend to a torn MC. L. today he was cornerback Ross Cockrel who had a lower leg injury reported, to be broken leg Garrett. Bowles went down at Denver's. Training camp but it appears to be a, concussion not a ligament. Tear and a tough. Weekend for new Nebraska head football coach Scott frost as his home while being renovated. Was robbed -mongst the items taken championship rings from Nebraska Oregon and central Florida. FOX News Radio lines Steve rappoport doubling down on a government Shutdown President. Trump saying he. Has no problem with it if Democrats don't get on board with border security even some Republicans were cautioning the president over. Shut down a major consideration now. Is how, this, might affect the. Process for supreme court nominee brick Cavanaugh who Republicans. Hope to confirm around the same time as the budget deadline boxes Griff Jenkins no criminal charges for to Minneapolis police officers who fatally shot a black man last month it must be emphasized again the limited. Role the criminal Justice system and prosecutors play, in police conduct the law permits us. To charge police officers criminally in only the most agree cases Hennepin county prosecutor, Mike Freeman says Thurman Blevins. Had a loaded handgun when. He ran from police then took the gun, out of his pocket. And turned, toward the, officers Fox News we.
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"Terms and conditions one of the most consequential decisions of his administration that's how the president's choice of a nominee is being described to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy he says he plans to pick someone who can serve on the bench for decades but that's not stopping him for making the decision quickly he plans to announce his picture ninth and time to get a senate vote on his nominee before november's midterm elections some of his fiercest opponents are now prepping for battle the million dollar question now on lawmakers minds the landmark roe versus wade supreme court case that set precedent for legalized abortion in the united states for forty five years fox's jillian turner reporting remembering the five people shot and killed in the newsroom of the capital gazette thousands turned out friday in annapolis maryland the sports world also paid tribute attributes extending beyond annapolis to baltimore last night so orioles game a moment of silence dorrell's tweeting this picture of the paper in five five rose is in the press box where the capital gazette reporter would normally sit and it didn't stop a baltimore all the way to new england where patriots coach bill belichick and now nebulous native issuing a statement saying for my entire life the capital has been my hometown newspaper my feeling i have enjoyed special relationships with many great people who've worked for the newspaper my heart goes out to the victims families and entire community fox's griff jenkins reporting six thousand hiv patient names possibly disclosed a class action lawsuit has been filed against cvs care mark and the ohio state health department the suit claims the state shared patients hiv status with the drug chain without consent and then cvs turned around and used that private information to try and real in more customers cbs's promising to change its practices the ohio health department says it doesn't comment on pending litigation i'm an carrick fox news radio this news is brought to you by service.
Pharmacy chain, Ohio Health Department sued over HIV mailing
"The most consequential decisions of his administration that's how the president's choice of a nominee is being described to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy he says he plans to pick someone who can serve on the bench for decades but that's not stopping him for making the decision quickly he plans to announce his picture lying ninth in time to get a senate vote on his nominee before november's midterm elections some of his fiercest opponents are now prepping for battle the million dollar question now on lawmakers minds the landmark roe versus wade supreme court case that set precedent for legalized abortion in the united states for forty five years fox's jillian turner reporting remembering the five people shot and killed in the newsroom of the capital gazette thousands turned out friday in annapolis maryland the sports world also paid tribute attributes extending beyond annapolis to baltimore last night's orioles game moment of silence orioles tweeting this picture of the paper in five white roses in the press box where the capital gazette reporter would normally sit and it didn't stop baltimore all the way to new england where patriots coach bill belichick and now nepal's native issuing a statement saying for my entire life the capital has been my hometown newspaper my feeling i have enjoyed special relationships with many great people who have worked for the newspaper my heart goes out to the victims families and entire community fox's griff jenkins reporting six thousand hiv patient names possibly disclosed a class action lawsuit has been filed against cvs care mark and the ohio state health department the suit claims the state shared patients hiv status with the drug chain without consent and then cvs turned around and used that private information to try and real in more customers is promising to change its practices the ohio health department says it doesn't comment on pending i'm an carrick fox news radio the credit.
Bill Belichick condemns 'terrible,' 'senseless' shooting at Maryland newspaper
"Eat i'm pam who sell fox news two thirds of the country now in the clutches of extreme heat the first summer heat wave of the season hitting the midwest before making its way north in chicago the national weather service issuing an excessive heat warning through saturday night with temperatures and humidity levels creating potentially dangerous conditions with elevated chances of heat stroke and the hydration fox's laura ingle in a number of states the heat feels like one hundred five degrees prompting cities to open cooling centers heating up in washington talk of a replacement for supreme court justice anthony kennedy who announced his retirement this week president trump says he'll unveil his nominee on july ninth for liberals this is the worst case scenario a president who promised during the campaign to only nominate prolife judges is now just days away from announcing his pick to replace the supreme court's critical swing vote and there's little senate democrats can do to stop him fox's christian fisher the president is spending the weekend at his golf club in bedminster new jersey and may interview a couple of potential candidates while they're tributes are pouring into the five people killed this week when a gunman stormed a newspaper office in annapolis maryland one tribute coming from the leader of a new england football team patriots coach bill belichick and napa lous native issuing a statement saying for my entire life the capital has been my hometown newspaper my feeling i have enjoyed special relationships with many great people who have worked for the newspaper my heart goes out to the victims families and entire community fox's griff jenkins last night before a baseball game in baltimore the orioles held a moment of silence no motive yet in southern california where a college security guard was stabbed to death the suspect was killed by police fox news.
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"Up to fifty percent high temperature ninety one degrees it's seventy nine degrees at newsradio nine seventy wfl a social media posts of the alleged gunman in the deadly shooting at a newspaper office in maryland show a long history of complaints and legal actions against the paper the suspect in the attack on the capital gazette has been identified as thirty eight year old gerald rama's the twitter account associated with the suspect has years of posts targeting the paper no indication that rama's has started cooperating he would not speak with authorities when he was taken into custody yesterday at ten thirty this morning he will make his first court appearance here in international county and we'll be charged with five counts of first degree murder we're learning all sir more about the motives behind roma says a heinous attack he had a history on social media according to the police chief of making threats against the paper as well as a defamation lawsuit he brought against the paper in two thousand thirteen that was dismissed the two individuals there were employees of the paper do not work here any longer so there's still answers about that but clearly a history here and that's why officials are calling it targeted griff jenkins reporting according to the gazette which is publishing a paper this morning rama sued the paper it's publisher and reporters for defamation over a story involving his guilty plea to criminal harassment in orlando during a nationally televised debate the gop candidates for florida governor were asked how they felt about donald trump's upcoming summit with ladimir putin and how he trusted putin when he said there was no meddling in the us election florida congressman ron disentis of jacksonville said he had no doubt putin was nowhere near being a model citizen i think they're always up to no good and i think that they tried to do cyber stuff in our election but that's much different than saying that there was collusion between trump's campaign and russia agriculture commissioner adam putnam was asked the same question he said he believed trump would be able to hold his own against putin in the upcoming summit but that he was more focused on florida i last night's debate aired on the fox news.
Hunt on for two suspects as 15 people injured in Mississauga restaurant explosion
"The president also pinned a direct letter to kim officially cancelling the summit but leaving the door open for future talks that's fox's griff jenkins was a man hunting canada for too many bombed in an indian restaurant late last night in the toronto suburb of mississauga canadian police say the men walked into the establishment and detonated an improvised explosive device then they took off running the blast injuring at least fifteen people three the victims are said to be in critical condition fox jackie evonne years there was a shooting during dinner in a restaurant in oklahoma city last night it was complete chaos trampling people to get out of there i mean he were scare guy walked in shadow a winner daughter but then he was shot and killed in the parking lot by civilian who had a concealed gun republican lawmakers who've been demanding info about what president trump calls spy gate got a briefing on if the fbi had an informant in the trump campaign investigation nothing particularly surprising but again it was classified gop senate leader mitch mcconnell adam shifts the top democrat on the house intel committee he was at both briefings nothing we heard today has changed our view he says there was no spine the campaign harvey weinstein is expected to turn himself into police in new york city following a sevenmonth criminal investigation into sexual assault in the.
North Korea to make a show of nuclear test site shutdown
"Trump is meeting with south korea's president at the white house today to iron out details of an upcoming summit with north korea group of journalists have arrived the north korea head of kim jong ins plus dismantle that nuclear site is south korea's president moon jaein arrives here in washington to me with the president just three weeks away from the planned summit with questions over whether it will still take place vice president pence head encouragement in a warning for the north korean leader the administration was surprised last week by the north's announcer that they were reconsidering the summit in being forced into unilateral nuclear abandonment but secretary pump says the maximum pressure campaign will continue now it's hard to say where things exactly stand on that june twelfth meeting only time will tell that's fox's griff jenkins they're closer to home now a isd board president kindle pace has resigned following text messages she sent using disparaging comments to refer to community activists despite those texts being sitting private she says he does wish he'd chosen awards a bit differently.
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"Channel he's he's a fun guy i know griff of that and he's really he's just fun you talk to griff jenkins he's always is always fun to be with and he he he he goes to central america on vacation he's one of these people that i know goes to central america surf trips he's a big surfer griff jenkins said he likes to go to central america to go surfing as you know we open our doors because it's so dangerous that everybody has to leave chris chang drift griff jenkins ran into jerry brown the guvener of the great state of california the once great state of california and ask them about illegal alien criminals because you know they're a sanctuary state there are a lot of cities in california that are rising up against jerry brown and the democrats in sacramento with their their sanctuary state stuff because they don't want ms thirteen showering with their daughters i just melting a couple of democrat plans together there and griff jenkins said well what about the criminal illegal aliens that you're protecting that i would like to remove from the state of california for the safety and welfare of the tax paying citizens of the state of california they are here illegally after all and jerry brown just couldn't have blown them off more had the law now i've been in place i think fox news exploits this issue we have criminals that do horrible things all the time which ones might be document which ones are our guys are look at that but we have very strong law enforcement community in the state and i think the scapegoat the immigrants by the very biased stories i look i you respect doesn't respect i want to protect people and for you to say that we don't care about victims his culminate not even what he said he didn't he didn't say the other guys just he's he's mentally disturbed he's completely insane and the state of california has lost its collective mind he asked about the families of victims and then he turns it into basically he he did what bridget did he goes around calling everybody a racist because that's the only response to they have to they're.
15 dead after Canadian junior hockey team bus crash
"The investigation continues i'm paul stevens fox news canada and the entire hockey world grieving today after fourteen people were killed late yesterday when a bus carrying the humble broncos junior hockey team was rammed by a tractor trailer in northern schedule your stunned and grieving over this incomprehensible situation we know that this is a moment when we must come together to support to comfort and to lean on one another team president kevin guarantor among the fourteen kill the team's twenty year old captain at it's radio play by play announcer the team was on its way to a playoff game when the accident took place germany's chancellor angela merkel saying she's quote deeply shocked by the terrible events in monster unquote a van crash into a crowd outside a popular bar today in the western german city killing two people injuring twenty others the driver of that vehicle then shot and killed himself to states complying so far with president trump's request that national guard troops be deployed to the us southern border with mexico that trip to pull nearly four thousand probably on their way to hundred and fifty national guard troops being deployed as we speak in texas and they're on their way in arizona to governor doug ducey calling up the activation of one hundred fifty guard troops in arizona fox's griff jenkins in washington the reporting the california governor jerry brown has not yet indicated if you'll send guard members to the border wall new mexico governor susana martinez his office has not yet deployed any of the states scarred members some thirty percent of air france flights canceled today's strike over pay rises raises rather appears to be intensifying their most french trains will also screech to a halt and strike plan for tonight over president emmanuel macron's economic reforms that train strike expected to last through monday and that air france strike is the fifth such strike that's taken place since february girls the fox news fair and balanced stuck in traffic we've got the answer from the balance of nature traffic center group within the balance of nature traffic center jane addams we have an accident blocking the three left lanes inbound before plus he wrote in elmhurst have been reported this was a vehicle fire earlier but now is an accident that has the three left lanes oh main street in burlington avenue.
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"Man griff jenkins he's in our nation's capital he tells us they're not debating any one particular bill they're just debating trying to come up with some bill they can agree upon in one at the president would sign if the democrats want to make a deal it's really up to them because we want really tremendous border security but we have to have democrats support for dhaka but senate minority leader chuck schumer wants to narrow the focus to just hundreds of thousands of dreamers brought here illegally as children now is not the time nor the place to reform the entire legal immigration system now one group of senators feel that they're playing the secure and succeed act stands the best chance for success that proposal would provide a path to citizenship for the dreamers in exchange for twenty five billion and border security that of course includes a wall now the president is claiming and a tweet the republicans they want to fix daca more than the democrats want to buy the lewis saw house minority leader nancy pelosi tweeted back hey i spent eight hours on the four talking about daca of starting to get the feeling that that's probably right because if the if they do fix darko what the hell or the democrats they lose one more thing to be able to to to whine about i mean maybe that's oversimplifying it but but i i think that is part of their their uh you know thing right now it's like they look for the it's like not being approved they were thrilled that that was that he didn't release that it's one of their political tools in edward lutely man against divided whatever they can find that is so sole purpose right now what do you make of this so the trump administration is proposing some changes to this supplemental nutritional assistance programme right.